2022 Luncheon Editions

Three new limited editions will launch on November 10, 2022!

Please stay tuned for all details of these three new editions and how to purchase them.

Read more about the participating artists below.

Jungil Hong

Jungil Hong (b. 1976, Seoul, Korea) is a multidisciplinary artist with formal backgrounds in ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, and fiber arts. Across mediums, her work is characterized by focused attention to the natural world and the energetic patterns of both human and ecological creation.

Kameelah Janan Rasheed

A learner, Kameelah Janan Rasheed (she/they), grapples with the poetics-pleasures-politics of Black knowledge production, information technologies, [un]learning, and belief formation. They are a recipient of a 2022 Schering Stiftung Award for Artistic Research, a 2022 Creative Capital Award, and a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship in Fine Arts. Rasheed is the author of three artist’s books: An Alphabetical Accumulation of Approximate Observations (Endless Editions, 2019), No New Theories (Printed Matter, 2019), and the digital publication Scoring the Stacks (Brooklyn Public Library, 2021). They are an adjunct instructor at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, a Core Critic at Yale School of Art, Sculpture, and a Mentor-in-Residence with NEW Inc. Rasheed is represented by NOME Gallery in Berlin, Germany.

Clare Rojas

Clare Rojas (b. 1976, Columbus, OH) paintings are in numerous museum collections including recent large-scale acquisitions by the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Orange County Museum of Art, CA; and de Young Museum, San Francisco. Rojas is included in current group exhibitions at the 2022 California Biennial, OCMA; The Contemporary Austin, where nine paintings and a commissioned outdoor bronze sculpture are featured; and McEvoy Foundation for the Arts. She has new permanent installations in San Francisco’s Central Subway “Chinatown” Station and the Los Angeles Metro “Little Tokyo” Station, and will enjoy a solo exhibition at Andrew Kreps, New York, in 2023.

Patricia Treib

Patricia Treib is an American painter who lives and works in Brooklyn. Recent solo exhibitions have been held at Overduin & Co., Los Angeles (2021); Bureau, New York (2020); Kate MacGarry, London (2019); Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm (2018); and Crown Point Press, San Francisco (2018). Upcoming exhibitions include Friends in a Field: Conversations with Raoul De Keyser at Mu.ZEE in Oostende, Belgium, and a solo show at Galerie Nordenhake, Mexico City. Treib has participated in residencies at the American Academy in Rome (2017), the Dora Maar House (2014), MacDowell (2013), and was awarded a 2020 Guggenheim Fellowship.