Artspace’s advisor, Hannah Flegelman, recently wrote about the artworks in her cart. Jonas Wood’s Clipping was one of the six that made the cut. Here are her reasons why:
Jonas Wood's paintings have crossed the million-dollar mark in both primary and secondary markets (he’s represented by mega-dealer Larry Gagosian) but his canvases are so big you’d need to build a barn to house them. This limited edition scarf fits anywhere, and at just $500 it’s actually affordable.
The ultra-cool publisher and gallery Karma just released a new book of Wood’s paintings from his “Clippings” series—the series from which this image is taken. Now Brooklyn-based Massif Central has teamed up with the artist to produce this limited edition—the fourth in a series (the first three are all sold out!)
Though you can wear this scarf around your neck and look absolutely fabulous, you can also frame it or hang it like a tapestry. A 51-inch square, it’s large enough to look great right above the bed or the couch. You can never have too many plants!
- Give the gift of art. The holidays are coming up and this year, Santa's elf is Jonas Wood.