Celebrating Wu-Tang’s Cultural Legacy in the Visual Arts

Wu-Tang Clan and Absolut Art are pleased to present a new collection of signed, limited edition prints by contemporary artists who have been brought together to celebrate Wu-Tang’s 26-year cultural legacy.

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Meet Me In the Bathroom

A piece of music history

The Strokes. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Fischerspooner. These were some of the bands that gave rise to the grit and grime of NY’s counterculture scene in the early 2000s – a time where musicians and artists created work as a way to subvert the norms of mainstream society.

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Rashaad Newsome

Ranging freely among formats from collage and video to dance and performance, Rashaad Newsome addresses topics like sexuality and sexual identity, racial difference, and the power of imagery to convey power and status.

Who We Are

Our Legacy in the Art World
Building on Absolut’s thirty year involvement with contemporary art (from Warhol to Damien Hirst, Keith Haring and Louise Bourgeois), the goal of our platform is to expand access to contemporary art, support local artist communities, and democratize the process of procurement.

Limited Edition Artworks
Absolutart.com sells limited edition, signed and framed prints – printed on the highest quality archival paper – by emerging and established artists from around the world. We invite first time buyers and seasoned collectors to peruse our carefully curated prints – without the intimidation of traditional galleries or institutions.

Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion
In choosing our artists, we’re committed to championing the voices of a culturally, racially and gender diverse community. We invest in communities by supporting local artists and care deeply about democratizing the art buying process.

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Carefully Curated Art

Diversity, Equality and Inclusion

Limited Edition Prints - Signed, Framed and Delivered

NADA MIAMI X ABSOLUT ART

Learn more about Absolut Art’s ongoing partnership with NADA – the only major American art fair to be produced by a non-profit organization, and recognized as a much needed alternative assembly of the world’s youngest and strongest art galleries dealing with emerging contemporary art.

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Artist Spotlight

About Hank Willis Thomas

New York artist Hank Willis Thomas confronts issues of racial identity, consumer culture, institutionalized racism, and the African Diaspora in an astounding array of formats, from public sculpture to photography, from fabric works to interactive installations that involve the participation of thousands of visitors.

Hank Willis Thomas