COLLECTOR'S EDITION: "The Sheep and the Goats"

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COLLECTOR'S EDITION: "The Sheep and the Goats"

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NEWS: The Griffin Museum of Photography and the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston have acquired the COLLECTOR'S EDITION of "The Sheep and the Goats" for their permanent collection.

"The Sheep and the Goats" represents two bodies of work, The Bovidae: Divine Animals and Out to Pasture, in visual conversation. The work calls attention to the cultural landscapes surrounding domesticated animals. The Bovidae: Divine Animals looks at animals and environments in Kern’s ancestral heritage: Ireland, Germany, Norway, and Iceland. Out to Pasture responds as a meditation on rural America from his home state of Minnesota, USA. Together, these projects offer perspective on the meaning of pastoral in contemporary time. Among Kern’s influences are the landscape painters of the nineteenth century, especially regarding the use of light and composition.

Trade Edition includes an Introduction by Lisa Volpe, Associate Curator of Photography, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; essay by George Slade; interview by Stuart Klipper. Designed by Kehrer Design (Maximiliane Hüls). Hardcover. 9.1 x 11.8 inches (23.2 x 30 cm). 120 pages, 52 color illustrations. Retail price: US $45.

The COLLECTOR'S EDITION features:

  • SIGNED Limited Edition PRINT from a choice of two images (1/25)
  • 50 numbered copies
  • Customized wool felt book sleeve
  • National Geographic magazine (November 2017) which features three images featured in the book
  • Hand signed book and magazine
  • Two relics
  • Includes all Trade Edition details

$300 per set for the first 25 copies. Pricing to increase as edition sells out.

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