Marfa, Texas is known for the ‘New York chic’ meets ‘cowboy cool’ art scene that has been noted globally. In 2005, the artists Elmgreen and Dragset came to Marfa to create their hyper-commercialism vision, a free standing Prada store in the middle of nowhere. The “artscape” with minimal materials was built, then the door was sealed shut. Upon Gray’s first visit, he snapped a few photos of the illusive Prada Store, yet knew he would return. Though the purpose of the store can be argued, he interprets it as an attempt to challenge the viewer to think outside the box and should incite all of us to continue to question art.
ABOUT THE PRODUCT
The unexpected pairing of rural countryside with lavish luxury is celebrated in WINDOW SHOPPING I from Gray’s Prada Marfa series, showcasing the beloved exhibit by artists Elmgreen and Dragset and shot on location in Marfa, Texas.
Print signed by the artist and printed on premium archival luster paper.
Small — Image Size: 11.5" x 17"; Paper Size: 13" x 19" (Open Edition)
Medium — Image Size: 24" x 36"; Paper Size: 32" x 44" (Limited Edition of 100)
Large — Image Size: 36" x 54"; Paper Size: 44" x 62" (Limited Edition of 50)
Special return policy for this collection:Custom made to order; not returnable.
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