Carriage Trade

Shop

 

The posters, catalogues, videos, archival material available from carriage trade are described below. The archival material included in carriage trade exhibitions and offered here is produced by the gallery and provides a fact-based context for the artworks in the show. Employing the formal properties of traditional exhibition presentation, the content of this material often reflects the adage “truth is stranger than fiction.”

Note: For amounts of $75 (“look-a-likes”) and $175 (“doubles”) please e-mail us, your image preference and we’ll do our best to accommodate you depending on availability. The five look-a-likes are a fixed set at $350.

Item:

 


Click to enlarge

 

$25
“Another Green World” poster

The exhibition will include work by Betty Beaumont, Neil Jenney, Barbara Ess, Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson, Mathias Kessler, among others.

 

 


Click to enlarge

 

$12
“Mistaken Identity” catalogue

With texts by writer Fred Dewey, former director of Beyond Baroque, Los Angeles, and carriage trade director and exhibition curator Peter Scott.

 

 


Click to enlarge

 

$45
“Another Green World” poster and “Mistaken Identity” catalogue

With texts by carriage trade director and curator Peter Scott, and Fred Dewey, former director of Beyond Baroque, Los Angeles.

 

 

 

$75
Archival Material (“look-a-likes”), 2008

From a series of “look-a-likes” of media personalities originally included in the exhibition "The Cult of Personality" at carriage trade in 2008 and Galerie Erna Hecey, Brussels in 2009.

archival inkjet print, 9" x 5," framed, ed. 10

See all available pieces

 

 


Click to view trailer

 

$125
Diane Nerwen, Open House, 2009

Diane Nerwen’s Open House, (Chapter 1: Removal) was first exhibited at carriage trade in 2008. Lengthened to a 31-minute video, Open House was recently shown at MoMA. The video presents powerful evidence of the destabilizing effects of the speculative housing boom in the Willamsburg section of Brooklyn.

video, 31-minutes

 


Click to enlarge

 

 

$175
Archival Material ("doubles"), 2010

Included in the exhibition “Mistaken Identity,” the series pairs an image of a politician/celebrity with an image of their possible double displayed side by side.

archival inkjet print, 10" x 10," framed, ed. 5

See all available pieces

 

 


Click to enlarge

 

$250
Archival Material (Diana), 2008

This image is from a newspaper article concerning a portrait of princess Diana that inspired Elton John. The article claims that Elton brought the portrait on tour and “talked to” Diana before each concert. Included in the exhibition "The Cult of Personality" at carriage trade in 2008 and Galerie Erna Hecey, Brussels in 2009.

archival inkjet print, 17" x 22," unframed, ed. 10

 

 


Click to enlarge

 

$350
Archival Material (“look-a-likes”), 2008
set of five

From a series of “look-a-likes” of media personalities originally included in the exhibition "The Cult of Personality" at carriage trade in 2008 and Galerie Erna Hecey, Brussels in 2009.

archival inkjet print, 9" x 5," framed, ed. 10

 

 


Click to enlarge

 

$900
Archival Material (Trigo/Osama), 2010

Shown in the exhibition “Mistaken Identity.” The image and text are derived from a letter sent to the FBI by the Spanish leftist politician Gaspar Llamazares Trigo. Trigo took issue with the FBI’s use of his image in a photo composite with Osama Bin Laden’s face, intending to show how Bin Laden might appear as an older man.

archival inkjet print, 18” x 24," framed, ed. 10