Mar 16, 2016
It is with great excitement that we announce the launch of The Kitchen's Store , an easy one-stop-shop for our limited editions, CDs, totebags, and catalogs.
Inspired by the innovative show posters that The Kitchen first produced during the 1970s and '80s, our Limited Edition Program commissions new work to accompany performances, exhibitions, and galas taking place each season. Proceeds from sales of these unique prints and posters will support artists at The Kitchen during the year ahead. Pieces are currently available by Richard Prince, Stephen Prina, and Raymond Pettibon, with a new edition by Jacob Kassay to be released soon.
Plus, on the occasion of the US premiere of legendary artist Joan Jonas's performances with Jason Moran, They Come to us Without a Word II, Jonas has made available her unique piece Stockhausen Fish I, 2014. Jonas created this work as part of the restaging of Stockhausen’s Originale at The Kitchen co-produced with Goethe-Insitut in 2014. She joined the cast of “originals”—the word used to imply a simultaneous sense of authenticity and eccentricity—along with a cast of over thirty contemporary performance makers, musicians, and artists who enacted Stockhausen’s score.
Our From the Archives CDs collection provide access to rare sound recordings of performances at The Kitchen by artists including Steve Reich, David Tudor, Harold Budd, Philip Glass, Meredith Monk, George Lewis, Sonic Youth, The Swans, Arthur Russell, and Christian Marclay, among many others. Our newest release is the CD The Kitchen Improvises 1976-1983!
Also, limited edition totebags, made for our recent galas, include designs in celebration of Kim Gordon, Dan Graham, David Byrne, and Robert Longo. Catalogues are also available from select exhibitions including Between Thought and Sound (2007), Just Kick it Till it Breaks (2007), and Gretchen Bender: Total Recall (2013).
Works are available to be shipped in the USA; to check availability and inquire about international shipping please email firstname.lastname@example.org.