Please note: The Museum will be closed on September 19 for a Members-Only preview and September 20 for a private event.
Aldrich Editions was established in 1998 to make limited edition works by emerging and mid-career artists who have exhibited at The Aldrich. This program offers The Aldrich community an opportunity to make an investment in an original work of contemporary art at an affordable price and to simultaneously support the Museum.
With the purchase of an Aldrich Edition, collectors receive a certificate signed by the Museum’s registrar with complete details of the work.
To place an order or for additional information, please contact Kris Honeycutt, Head of Membership and Annual Giving, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 203.438.4519, extension 125. All works are available to ship or for pick-up in 3 to 6 weeks.
Below please find a selection of available Aldrich Editions. To purchase visit our online Shop or contact Kris Honeycutt, Head of Membership and Annual Giving at email@example.com.
Kay Rosen’s limited-edition print, Silence License, made to benefit The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, reimagines her permanent installation by the same name at the Chicago Public Library’s Mabel Manning Branch. Silence License is unique among all of the artist's edition work in its use of textured, wood grain cardstock and gold foil stamping. Purchase here.
This print is a high resolution digital scan at a 1:1 scale of a woven study for Folded Letter O, the tapestry that Hernmarck will be producing during her residency at the Museum. The design is based on the letter O as it appears on traditional maritime signal flags. Hernmarck created a watercolor of the flag’s design that she folded, and the resulting tapestry captures the nuances of the watercolor, including the raised folds on the paper. Purchase here.
Own a rare and exquisitely beautiful conceptual necklace, designed and handmade by Beth Campbell. This collection marks the first time Campbell has created 14K gold jewelry based on her mobile, My mother’s house, 2008. Purchase here.
Top image: "Silence License" print by Kay Rosen.