Blind Dates Project

Editions

Limited editions of works by the participating artists are offered here in order to support various needs ofthe project. These works are all related to an aspect of the artists’ Blind Dates Project production process. 80% of the proceeds from the sales go directly to the artist.
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Michael Blum and Damir Niksic

Oriental Dream (set photograph), 2010

C-print on aluminum

18 x 20 centimeters

Edition of 3 and 2 artist proofs

Price: $900


Jean Marie Casbarian, Bury Me At Sea

Jean Marie Casbarian

Bury Me At Sea (in 5 shades of blue), 2010

Video stills

Archival inkjet print

24 x 36 inches

Edition of 5 and 2 artist proofs

Price: $800


Elif Uras, Ani, 2010
Elif Uras, The Gift, 2010
Elif Uras, Homage to Civanian, 2010

Sultan Abdulmecid I receiving a model of

Dolmabahce Palace from Garabet Balyan

Elif Uras, Gulyabani

Elif Uras

(From left) Ani, 2010

Watercolor on paper

16 x 12 inches

Price: $1750 (matted and framed)

Sold

The Gift, 2010

Watercolor on paper

16 x 12 inches

Price: $1750 (matted and framed)

Sold

(From left) Homage to Civanian, 2010

Watercolor on paper

8 x 8 inches

Price: $750 (matted)

Gulyabani, 2010

Watercolor on paper

8 x 8 inches

Price: $750 (matted)

Sold


Linda Ganjian

Tile Study, 2010

Watercolor on paper

Group of tiles

24 x 36 inches combined

Price: $1750 (framed)

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Linda Ganjian

A singular watercolor of a tile on paper, 2010

8.5 x 11 inches

Price: $300 (design is chosen by buyer)


Elif Uras, Gulyabani
Elif Uras, Homage to Civanian, 2010

Elif Uras & Linda Ganjian

Ceramic Tiles, 2010

Ceramic tiles

20 x 20 centimeters

Edition of 3

Price: $1000 set of four tiles

$500 set of two tiles


Aram Jibilian

Gorky and the son he never had, 2010

Chromogenic print

20 x 16 inches

Edition of 7. This one is 4/7. 3/7 is Sold

Price: $900


Karen Andreassian

Ontological Walkscapes: The discus thrower, 2010

Black and white photographs

Edition of 5 and 2 artist proofs

Price: $1500 (matted and framed)


Silva Ajemian and Aslihan Demirtas, Aerial 02
Silva Ajemian and Aslihan Demirtas, Eccentric Growth-Faultline Arpacay Akhurian

Silva Ajemian and Aslihan Demirtas

(Top) Aerial 02, 2006

Ink print on Mylar

20 x 30 inches

Edition of 5

Price: $500 w/frame

Mind the gap-river time

Ink print on archival paper

13 x 38 inches

Edition of 5

Price: $600

Eccentric Growth-Faultline Arpacay Akhurian, 2006

Ink print on archival paper

13 x 38 inches

Edition of 5

Price: $600


Karine Matsakyan

(From left) Woodu Love 1, 1999

Scanner print on paper

29 x 42 centimeters

Edition of 3 each, plus artist 1 proof

Price: $500 (matted only)

Woodu Love 3, 1999

Scanner print on paper

29x42cm

Edition of 3 each, plus artist 1 proof

Price: $500 (matted only)

Woodu Love 2, 1999

Scanner print on paper

29x42cm

Edition of 3 each, plus artist 1 proof

Price: $500 (matted only)


 

Hrayr Eulmessekian

Still Bruitage, 2010

Photograph with two speakers and audio

10 x 18 inches

Edition of 5

Price: $1000 (matted and framed)


Nina Katchadourian, Gold Popcorn Kernel, 2001

Nina Katchadourian

Gold Popcorn Kernel, 2001

Bronze-cast gold-plated popcorn kernel in jewelry case

1 x 1 x 1 inch

Number 19/25 of an edition of 25

Price: $1500

Sold


Ahmet Ogut Small Icon, 2006

Ahmet Ögüt

Small Icon, 2006

Pen and ink drawing

26 x 30 centimeters

Price: $1200 (framed)

Sold


xurban_collective, 2003 From "The Containment Contained" Series

xurban_collective

From “The Containment Contained” Series, 2003

Digital C Prints

4 x 11 x 12.5 inches

4 Photographs

Edition of 15

Price: $800 plus shipping


Stefanos Tsivopoulos Zeybek-Zeibekiko (working title), 2006

Stefanos Tsivopoulos

Zeybek-Zeibekiko (working title), 2006

B/w prints of archive images on archival paper

10 x 14 centimeters

Series of 6

5 Editions and 2 artist proofs

Price: $1500 (matted and framed)

Zeybek-Zeibekiko (from Turkey to Greece and back to Turkey again)

Zeibekiko dance is a male solo dance, its origins could be traced to the Zeybek warriors of Anatolia who simulated movements of hawks as a ritual to protect village people against landlords, bandits and tax collectors. The dance was introduced in Greek mainland after the 1923 Treaty of Lausanne and population exchange which allowed the merging of the East Thracians and Anatolian cultures. The first form of Zeibekiko dance practiced by male refugees in Greece, sometimes in prisons, was heavy, impassionate and introverted to reflect the sorrow, anguish and pain of the dancer as well as his emotional distress and loss. Through the years Zeibekiko was naturalized in Greece and became a popular local dance, typically boosts masculinity. Nowadays the dance has become passionate and flamboyant, a personal expression of individuality including fears and desires, a way to unwind through music and dance. The series of images represent different groups of musicians who were performing the Zeybek music and the later Greek Zembekiko in the early 30’s and 40’s.

For inquiries, please contact:

Project Director at Blind Dates: blinddatesproject@aol.com

Some of the artworks may no longer be available at the time of your inquiry.

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