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 artistsโ€™ first major monograph published by Glenn Horowitz Bookseller. The fully illustrated volumeโ€”printed in both a trade and a limited, deluxe edition, with two discrete coversโ€”spans their initial collaboration in Marfa, TX, to their latest installation at Art Basel Unlimited, with texts by Ali Subotnick, Glenn Oโ€™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 โ€“ 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 Freemanโ€™s monograph at Glenn Horowitz booksellers we were proud to present a private screening of Justin Lowe Jonah Freemanโ€™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 โ€” who played at Freeman and Loweโ€™s 2008 exhibition, which consisted of their recreation of a meth lab, at Ballroom Marfa in Texas โ€” provided a live score to the film.

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