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Stephen Prina
The Kitchen, April 22, 2015
Pigment print on Epson HotPress Natural Paper, overlaid with screen-printed ultraviolet cured gloss ink
39 3/4 x 12 3/4 inches, unframed
Edition of 25
$1,000 plus tax

Stephen Prina created this limited edition print on the occasion of performances at The Kitchen in Spring 2015. He played the guitar depicted in the print in a performance of his composition Concerto for Modern, Movie, and Pop Music for Ten Instruments and Voice as joined by an ensemble organized by Christopher McIntyre. This work was inspired by a supposedly singular Anton Webern piece in which Prina detected the infamous “Jimi Hendrix chord” used in Purple Haze and other of his songs from the 1960s. Prina used the depicted white Fender Stratocaster electric guitar and guitar strap in reference to Hendrix, who like Prina also played it left-handed.

Proceeds from the sale of this limited-edition will support artists whose groundbreaking, genre-defying work appears at The Kitchen throughout the year. Print courtesy of the Artist and Petzel Gallery. Print editioning by Axelle Fine Art and Ribouli Digital.