26. Eileen Quinlan

In a September 2009 interview with artist Walead Beshty, the Brooklyn-based Quinlin brought up her 2006 work consisting (initially) of five separate editions of identical prints, plus artist's proof (AP). "I was interested in collapsing the idea of the edition by turning it into something unique. So the five prints plus the AP couldn't be broken up, and it was titled as one work: The Full Edition of Smoke & Mirrors #24A." By reacting to the reproducible possibilities of photography, Quinlin changed the market approach.

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Above: The Full Edition of Smoke & Mirros #24A, 2009