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Aesop, the Australian skincare brand, is currently hosting an exhibition commissioned by The Paris Review, “Arts and Letters.” The limited-edition collection of prints opened on July 1 at the Aesop Harvard Square in Boston.
The exhibition highlights the distinguished literary quarterly’s support of the visual arts. “Arts and Letters” follows a tradition of The Paris Review starting in the mid-sixties, embodying the message that print is also an art form. Seven works in total are featured for this show and four are currently available for purchase from the publication while three prints have been sold out and remain solely for viewing purposes.
Contributing artists include Louise Bourgeois, Robert Motherwell, Sol LeWitt, and Andy Warhol. In addition to the exhibition is a select amount of current and past publications of The Paris Review, serving as an on-site library but also available for purchase. “Arts and Letters” remains on display through September and parallels the launch of issue no. 217 of The Paris Review, the summer 2016 edition.