"In these works, the moon is altered to contain rectilinear excavations," says the art gallery and platform. "The day moons depicted are only visible when the moon is bright enough and high enough in the sky. These works also reference the 2016 Blue Moon paintings first made after Arsham's introduction to special lenses for correcting his colorblindness. It is hardest for the colorblind to see colors in shadow, and with these particular works Arsham had special blue paint produced with five times the amount of pigment used in normal paint."
The 18" x 14" prints were created with eight individual screens on archival Hahnemühle 300g 100% cotton paper and come hand-signed and numbered to 300 by the artist. Each purchase also arrives encased in a special Arsham Studio linen box with COA.
Unfortunately, scoring one for your place won't be easy. Archive Editions will be running a raffle on April 29 at 12 pm Beijing time through their official WeChat account (ID:ArchiveEditions) before announcing the winners on April 30. Good luck!