This past weekend Grey Area was thrilled to celebrate the final chapter of our residency at Glenn Horowitz Bookseller in East Hampton: an exhibition of new works by Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe in conjunction with the launch of the artists’ first major monograph published by Glenn Horowitz Bookseller. The fully illustrated volume—printed in both a trade and a limited, deluxe edition, with two discrete covers—spans their initial collaboration in Marfa, TX, to their latest installation at Art Basel Unlimited, with texts by Ali Subotnick, Glenn O’Brien, Mark Flood, Gianni Jetzer, Hamilton Morris, and Jan Tumlir. The book also features a photographic essay by Todd Eberle and images by Greg Kessler and Joshua White.

In celebration of this milestone publication, the artists revealed a book and text themed installation of works including paintings, silkscreens, and sculptures.

The exhibition will be on view August 22nd – September 17th 2014 at Grey Area x Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, 87 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937  

The Justin Lowe Jonah Freeman monograph is available in both trade and limited deluxe edition here:

Following the launch of Justin Lowe Jonah Freeman’s monograph at Glenn Horowitz booksellers we were proud to present a private screening of Justin Lowe Jonah Freeman’s new film The Floating Chain hosted at The Brigde in Bridgehampton by Cointreau, Marlborough Chelsea, and Grey Area co-founder Kyle DeWoody.

Guests reclined on GREY AREA x PAOM linen throws printed with images by Lowe and Freeman while sipping cocktails mixed from by icebuckets and cocktail mixing kits provided by Cointreau. The Psychic Ills — who played at Freeman and Lowe’s 2008 exhibition, which consisted of their recreation of a meth lab, at Ballroom Marfa in Texas — provided a live score to the film.

JUSTIN LOWE & JONAH FREEMAN x GREY AREA x PAOM Linen Throws now available here: