On the occassion of the Winnipeg Jets season opener: discover a print edition at Plug In ICA
POSTED ON OCT 08 2011
Sunday, October 9, 2011 marks the return of Winnipeg’s National Hockey League team after a 15 years. What better time to acquire Paul Butler’s original fine art print Winnipeg Without the Jets, available for purchase at the Plug In ICA Art Book Shop? Made in 2006 after the team’s historic 1996 departure, this print marks a time passed.
Paul Butler, Winnipeg Without the Jets, 2006.
Serigraph print on paper, edition of 50, $300 + taxes, unframed, signed by the artist.
Published by Plug In Editions and Martha Street Studio. All proceeds support Plug In’s ongoing programs.
Only a few copies of this print remain in stock.
Paul Butler is an artist who’s practice includes hosting the Collage Party – a touring experimental studio established in 1997, and directing The Other Gallery – a nomadic commercial gallery, established in 2001 that focused on overlooked artists’ practices. In 2007, he founded the UpperTradingPost.com, an invitational website that facilitates artist trading. He has exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Hart House, University of Toronto, White Columns, New York City, Creative Growth Art Centre, Oakland and Sparwasser HQ, Berlin. His curatorial projects have included works by Matthew Higgs, Mitzi Pederson, Harrell Fletcher, DearRaindrop and Guy Maddin. He has contributed writings to the book Decentre: Concerning Artist-run Culture and to the magazines Hunter & Cook, Bad Dayand Canadian Art.
Visit the Plug In ICA Art Book Shop to see additional prints for sale as well as a rich assortment of books on art, design architecture and film, editions, CDs, and objects. Plug In members receive discounts. Plug In is open Sundays until 5 pm.