Donald Sultan signs with Editions Limited Galleries

JULY 14, 2009 — Editions Limited is proud to announce a partnership with renowned artist Donald Sultan. Open edition prints of Sultan's acclaimed florals are now available and may be viewed at www.editionslimited.com.

Born in 1951 in Asheville, North Carolina, Donald Sultan received his BFA from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and his MFA from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. After moving to New York in 1975, Sultan’s career blossomed as he became well known for his ability to successfully merge the best of yesterday's artistic tradition with a fresh, unique approach to imagery and materials. Sultan's work incorporates basic geometric and organic forms with a formal purity that is both subtle and monumental. Sultan describes his work as "heavy structured, holding fragile meaning" with the ability to "turn you off and turn you on at the same time."

Sultan has been given numerous exhibitions dedicated to his work, as well as having been included in a number of group shows. His work is included in the permanent collection of many prestigious institutions including The Museum of Modern Art, the Dallas Museum of Art, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A monograph of Sultan’s 30 year career was published in 2008, entitled, Donald Sultan: The Theater of the Object.

Editions Limited focuses on artwork for hotel projects, healthcare facilities, corporate venues, and retail stores. Please visit our website at www.editionslimited.com or call (800)228‐0928 to speak with one of our experienced art consultants. Donald Sultan, Four Reds May 7 2009

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