For a time-limited print edition, Gabrielle Garland concocts a vision of domestic bliss.
Garland’s enticing homes – alive with pastel hues and skewed perspectives – are inspired by photographs taken around her New York neighbourhood. Anything worth having hurts a little borrows its title from a line in The Neon Demon (2016). References to film, TV and music in Garland’s titles hint at the limitless stories hovering just beyond the edge of her canvases. With no figures present, narrative possibilities are endless. A newspaper waits on the doorstep, but for who? Flowers bloom below the window, but who planted them?
The number of artworks produced will be confirmed when the 24 hour release window ends, based on the number of orders placed. Once printed, Garland will add a number to the blue plaque on the front of each house in black acrylic pen – denoting the edition number and making every print unique. Numbers will be allocated chronologically, with the first order recieving house number 1, and so on. Worldwide shipping is free.
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