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World House Editions

World House Editions was launched by Donald Taglialatella in the summer of 1998 and is an active publisher of prints, portfolios, multiples, photographs and video projects by an eclectic group of international artists. World House Editions collaborates closely with the artists it publishes and works with a select group of contract print workshops and fabricators in the U.S. and in Europe. Occupying both floors of a converted carriage house in the small town of Middlebury, Connecticut, we are open by appointment only.

Middlebury, Connecticut

United States
Address:
The Carriage House 26 Wheeler Road
06762
Phone: +1 203 758 2662
Fax: +1 203 758 2601
Website: http://www.worldhouseeditions.com


Gallery/Dealer Photos (2)

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Artists Represented

Rita Ackermann, Brian Alfred, Darren Almond, John Armleder, Mike Bidlo, Richmond Burton, Robert Cottingham, Jane Dickson, Sylvie Fleury, Mark Francis, Jim Gaylord, Antony Gormley, Nicky Hoberman, Julian Lethbridge, Ryan McGinness, Anne McGuire, Jonathan Meese, Niamh O'Malley, James Rielly, Ugo Rondinone, Graciela Sacco, Beverly Semmes, Josh Smith, John Trembly, Bernar Venet, Not Vital and Marijke van Warmerdam


Sample Art Work (10)

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

Sylvie Fleury and Rita Ackermann: New Editions 15 November 2010 - 30 January 2011

Josh Smith: New Monotypes 15 November 2009 - 30 January 2010

Robert Cottingham: ODE, 15 November 2009 - 30 January 2010


Previous Exhibitions

Darren Almond, Norilsk December 2008 - February 2009

Antony Gormley: Acts, States, Times, Perspectives - 10 New Lithographs May - August 2008


Art Fairs

Editions|Artists' Book Fair 09, New York, 03 - 06 November 2011

Editions|Artists' Book Fair 09, New York, 04 - 07 November 2010

Editions|Artists' Book Fair 09, New York, 05 - 08 November 2009

Editions|Artists' Book Fair 08, New York, 30 October - 02 November 2008

Editions|Artists' Book Fair 07, New York, 01 - 04 November 2007

Baltimore Print Fair 06, Baltimore, Maryland, 31 January - 02 February 2006


Submission Policy

Please contact prior to submission.


News

World House Editions is now a member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA)

Exhibiting new monotypes by Rita Ackermann and a new photo edition by Sylvie Fleury at E|AB 10 in New York

Exhibiting new monotypes by Josh Smith at E|AB 09 in New York.

The Catalogue Raisonné of the Prints of Robert Cottingham will be compiled by Donald Taglialatella and will be published by Lund Humphries, London in collaboration with World House Editions. Expected release date is May 2011.

Darren Almond's portfolio, Norilsk, has been selected by Art On Paper magazine (Nov/Dec 08) as one of the best editions of 2008. Norilsk was published by World House Editions and Edition Copenhagen.

New Book - Antony Gormley: Acts, States, Time, Perspectives. 2008, World House Editions / Edition Copenhagen publication, 45 pages, hardcover, fully illustrated, essay by Poul Erik Tøjner



Location And Getting There

We are based the bucolic little New England town of Middlebury, Connecticut, approximately 70 miles (112 kilometer) Northeast of New York City and approximately 12 miles (19 kilometer) from the town of Roxbury, Connecticut, where Alexander Calder spent much of his life. We are accessible by several major interstates as well as train.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Donald Taglialatella, owner


Opening Times

Strictly by appointment only.