Bruce High Quality Foundation, ‘Untitled’, 2013, Mana Contemporary

MEGUMI is a limited edition portfolio of 50 examples featuring signed and numbered ink jet prints commissioned in 2013 including works by the following artists with an introduction by Laurie Anderson.

Chuck Close -
Patrick Demarchelier -
Eric Fischl -
Bruce High Quality Foundation -
Ralph Gibson -
Nate Lowman -
Mary Ellen Mark -
Enoc Perez -
David Salle -
William Wegman

All images are printed 20 x 24 inches on a fine rag substrate to the highest archival standards by Caleb Cain Marcus Editions.

Artsy Portfolio Price: $10,000.
(Market Value of Individual Works: $26,800.)

Image rights: Signed and Numbered - Edition of 50 - Printed by Caleb Cain Marcus Editions - Published by Armitage Gone! Dance

About Bruce High Quality Foundation

With a beguiling blend of reality and fiction, seriousness and humor, the anonymous artists behind The Bruce High Quality Foundation (BHQF) have been challenging the social, economic, and institutional structures of the art world since 2001. The group has created events, performances, installations, sculptures, videos, mixed-media projects, and even an art school, founded as an alternative to the university system. Centered upon the fictional deceased sculptor, “Bruce High Quality,” the Foundation aims “to invest the experience of public space with wonder, to resurrect art history from the bowels of despair, and to impregnate the institutions of art with the joy of man’s desiring.” They have accomplished this through such puckish activities as holding their “Brucennial” the same year their multimedia assessment of America, We Like America and America Likes Us (2010), was included in the Whitney Biennial, the very exhibition they were critiquing.

American, Founded 2001, based in New York, New York