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Brighton 01, 2008

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Ross Holden

Brighton 01, 2008


80(w) x 80(h) cm
31.50(w) x 31.50(h) inches
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Colour lambda print

Also available in at 120 cm x 120 cm in an edition of 5 for £1,815 +VAT

Edition of 40
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Ross Holden Biography

Ross Holden’s large scale works present an often challenging, unique observation of what shapes the world around us, whether it be major world events, political issues or everyday life. By using colour photographic imagery in slick, perfectly formed circular repetition, referred to as ‘mandala format’, the artist’s satirical tone is apparent through carefully chosen iconography to give a fresh perspective on what we might take for granted.

Finding this method of working incredibly versatile, Holden believes that it allows him to treat themes both big and small with great impact and a sense of humour. From a distance the works appear as visually stunning mosaics of pattern and colour, but as a closer look is taken, the striking message is revealed. The idea spurred from Holden’s interest in the way a situation is often judged by a passing observation. In these works he attempts to challenge and subvert the perception of a media age that favours presentation over content.

Based in London, Holden graduated with BA in Illustration and MA in Fine Art. With his first large-scale commission, Holden recently joined the prestigious ranks of artists including Man Ray, David Hockney and Paul Nash in receiving the commission from Transport for London to create their promotional campaigns. Holden’s TFL campaign is one of the few times an artist has been granted permission to alter the iconic London Underground logo.
 
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June 3rd 2016
Inspired by star constellations and past civilizations, Ross Holden’s new large scale limited edition encourages us to consider the beauty of our everyday surroundings and the brevity of human life. Angie talks more about the work below.
September 29th 2017
Ross Holden’s vibrant new 30-colour screenprint edition, titled 13 Million Miles (Diamond), is one of the most challenging abstract editions in our twenty-year history.
August 7th 2015
Ross Holden’s ‘Static’ series sees the artist take fragments of photographs taken whilst travelling the world, and piece them together to make collage style works.
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January 12th 2018
Weaving her way through the crowds of a bustling urban city, camera in hand, Catherine Gfeller photographs the world around her in quick succession. People brushing past as they bustle through their busy lives, lights flashing from the city signs, tall buildings looming up all around, busses whirring past the pavement - a multitude of life and energy making up a unique and vibrant city.
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