Addison/Ripley Fine Art Presents Minted Group Exhibition

Damien Hirst, The Virtues: H9-3: Mercy, 2021, laminated Giclee print on aluminum composite panel, 47 x 38 inches, ed. 461/817.
On View: June 9 – August 20, 2021

Addison/Ripley Fine Art is pleased to present Minted, a curated summer selection of fine art prints featuring fourteen local, national and international artists.

From the latest offering by Damien Hirst’s London publisher, three of the eight Virtues: “Loyalty”, “Justice” and “Mercy”, highlight this collection. Large scale works in edition, mounted on aluminum panel, these works focus on the Bushido values and reference Impressionist painting. Here in Washington, the cherry blossoms, which are the subject, are particularly resonant. Four prints from Sam Gilliam, three of which were printed in Lou Stovall’s Workshop, add to the highly colorful selections. In fact, Stovall’s print, “Into The Light”, made for President Obama’s first Inauguration, is also included. Fellow DMV artists, Anne Smith, Cory Oberndorfer and Dan Treado are represented, as well. Helen Zugraib’s recent print, “The Space Between”, a rondo made up of the Arabic work “home” or “bayt” repeated over and over, is striking in black and white. Three technically challenging mixed media prints by Alison Saar, printed at Tandem Press render the female form. Tandem describes her work as “…powerful totems exploring issues of gender, race, heritage, and history”. Two unusual Wolf Kahn prints, a work by Amy Sillman, three by Irish artist Maser, an early Beatriz Milhazes and monotypes by Rachel Burgess complete this vibrant selection.

DAMIEN HIRST – ALISON SAAR – SAM GILLIAM – SUZANNE CAPORAEL – MASER – BEATRIZ MILHAZES – WOLF KAHN – CORY OBERNDORFER – ANNE SMITH – DAN TREADO – RACHEL BURGESS – LOU STOVALL – HELEN ZUGHAIB – AMY SILLMAN

click here to view the works in MINTED

For more information and images, please contact Ms. Romy Silverstein at info@addisonripleyfineart.com.

Gallery Hours:

  • Tuesday-Saturday, 11 – 4pm
  • and by appointment

The gallery is located at 1670 Wisconsin Avenue in Upper Georgetown at the intersection of Reservoir Road.