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Pop-Up of the Week: Counter Culture

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Clockwise, from top left: Mary Heilmann, Autumn Wave, 2012; Ugo Rondinone, Blue Blue Blue Clock, 2012; Richard Phillips, Lindsay II, 2013.   

Thirteen years after London gallery owner Carl Freedman started Counter Editionsa website that commissions affordable art in the U.K.he’s launching his inaugural American series. From May 8 to 12, the New Museum store (235 Bowery, at Prince St.; 212-343-0460) will sell eight limited-edition works by New York artists, coinciding with their debut on Freedman’s site. The pop-up includes a kaleidoscopic screen-print by painter Mary Heilmann ($1,200), a graphite chocolate bar by sculptor Adam McEwen ($4,500), and a stained-glass, numberless clock face by mixed-media artist Ugo Rondinone ($3,600). German, Latin American, and L.A. series are also in the works.


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