We’re hugely excited to reveal that, to mark his first major UK exhibition, My Head is Disconnected, taking place at HOME as part of MIF19, David Lynch has created a limited edition print in an exclusive edition of 100, each personally signed by Lynch himself.
Entitled Four (4) Heads Came Out on Wednesday, the print was produced in the Parisian workshop of Item éditions, where Lynch has created medium and large-format black-and-white lithographs for many decades in keeping with his typical themes: loneliness, love, eroticism, dreams, and death.
Priced at £425 each, Four (4) Heads Came Out on Wednesday is an amazing opportunity to purchase a work by the iconic filmmaker and artist. Purchasers will also be invited to a private preview of the exhibition My Head is Disconnected on Friday 5 July.
All profits from the sales of the prints will go to HOME to help fund future exhibitions
The exhibition opens on Saturday 6 July, part of David Lynch at HOME – a unique season of art, film, music events and talks offering a rare and fascinating insight into the mind and work of the internationally renowned director, commissioned and produced by HOME and Manchester International Festival in association with the David Lynch Foundation UK.
Prints are priced at £425 each
Sales are limited to one print per person
Purchase will be available in person at HOME only
Sales open to MIF and HOME members from noon on Wednesday 3 July (members must provide membership number at time of purchase)
Sales open to Public from noon on Thursday 4 July
Each print will be presented within an embossed folio slip cover and accompanied by a limited-edition exhibition tote bag
Each buyer will also be added to the guest list for the private preview of David Lynch: My Head is Disconnected at HOME on Friday 5 July from 18.30 until late
Further information about the print
Title: Four (4) Heads Came Out on Wednesday
30.5 x 30.5 cm (image is 20.5 x 20.5 cm and with surroundings margins the lithograph is 30.5 x 30.5 cm)
Japanese paper, printed by Item éditions, Paris
Edition of 100 / unframed, presented in embossed folio slip cover
Photograph of David Lynch by Michael T. Barile