New Photo Editions from Blind Spot –

New Photo Editions from Blind Spot –

The awesome people at Blind Spot are celebrating their 15th anniversary and to celebrate they are offering a selection of new limited edition prints from some of the biggest names in contemporary photography. Fantastic new works by Alec Soth, Lawrence Beck, James Welling, Larry Sultan, Richard Misrach and others are now available to be purchased from the Blind Spot website by those looking for an affordable art investment.

According to their website, “Blind Spot published its inaugural issue in 1993, and is still the only journal that focuses solely on photographs. Since its launch, Blind Spot has featured over 300 living artists. To celebrate our fifteenth year, we are pleased to present limited edition prints from a group of artists that represents the range of work that appears in our pages. Proceeds benefit Photo-Based Art, Inc, the 501(c)(3) nonprofit that publishes Blind Spot, and supports our mission of creating unique opportunities for living artists to present significant new photographic work.”

Check out the available prints here:

image: Blind Spot magazine issue 37 cover featuring photo by Hannah Whitaker

**Nicholas Forrest is an art market analyst, art critic and journalist based in Sydney, Australia. He is the founder of, writes the art column for the magazine Antiques and Collectibles for Pleasure and Profit and contributes to many other publications

One Response

  1. Ed Burtynsky print was sold out in a few days. Soth and Shore are great deals. Not too crazy on the Misrach print but it’s still a good deal.

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