Today, the Benefit Print Project rolled out an “outstanding and rare edition” by the accomplished artist, Donald Sultan, in support of the Atlantic Center for the Arts in Florida, titled Ten Greens March 20 2006. This is the artist’s second edition with BPP.
“For more than thirty years, Mr. Sultan has experimented with and expanded still life painting. His work, which travels the line between essentialism and abstraction, is featured in the permanent collections of, amongst other institutions, the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; and the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. In 2010, Mr. Sultan was named the distinguished recipient of ArtHamptons Lifetime Achievement Award.” – Benefit Print Project
The recently established Benefit Print Project was founded by Tom Lollar, Executive Director of the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions at Rutgers, and former Director of Visual Arts and the Vera and Albert List Print Program at Lincoln Center (NYC) and Paul Limperopulos, Assistant Director of the Brodsky Center and former curator at the Vera and Albert List Print Program at Lincoln Center. They have joined forces to leverage their curatorial expertise to create limited edition projects to help raise funds for selected non-profit arts organizations.
For more information about the project you can visit their website here