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  • MARC RIBOUD | ‘Paris (1953)’ and ‘Jaipur (1956)’
    September 08th 2022
    A fraction of a second was all Marc Riboud needed to explain an often complex situation. Always camera by his side, the French photographer quickly earned the trust of people he met, using the lens to break down barriers between cultures and ideas. His sincere photographs opened doors wherever he visited; from elected politicians and distrusted dictators, to passers-by and movie celebrities. Exploring most corners of the world throughout his career, yet insisting he was not a globetrotter, Riboud - as his work - is an example of seeing the nuances in simplicity. The acrobat painter in Paris (1953) and Jaipur (1956) belong to some of the artist’s most famous photographs. Two works that have circled the earth, living a life of their own.
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  • ROSS HOLDEN | ’13 Million Miles’ and ‘300 Billion Years’
    August 17th 2022
    Returning from his travels along the Silk Road in Central Asia, Ross Holden experienced how memories little by little condensed into impressions of light, colour, sound and smell. Reflecting on his observations, while using the thousands of photographs as a trigger of memories, the artist found a new direction in his practice where the key sensations of a moment were translated into single blocks of flat colour, then compiled in complex kaleidoscopic patterns. The two works on paper, 13 Million Miles (Diamond) and 300 Billion Years (In The Past), exemplifies his conceptual idea and are a remarkable achievement as debut print editions, consisting of up thirty layers of ink; each single colour representing a specific memory from his journey.
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  • SETON SMITH | ‘Editions’
    July 22nd 2022
    Figurines, mirrors and cabinets, chandeliers and staircases, Seton Smith has spent four decades to study how architecture and its interior affects people. Photographs of objects are intentionally diluted from distinct details and room-settings are split into diptychs, cropped and shown from unexpected angles. In that way, they are images inviting the viewer to become conscious of the surroundings by presenting compositions that stray from the formal aspect of a given space. Heart Pitcher and Curving Windows and Stairs represent two types of works, and are part of the six photographic editions from the series titled ‘Editions’.
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  • ALESSANDRO RAHO | ‘Ewan’ and ‘San Francisco’
    June 21st 2022
    Carl, Catherine, Ewan, Simon and others, Alessandro Raho introduces friends and family through engaging and stimulating portraits. Gazing directly at the viewer his subjects call for attention. Kevina is only wrapped in a pink towel and caught slightly off guard, just having stepped out of the bath; and Ben - hands in pockets - poses in his new Moschino t-shirt. These are portraits of its time affirming the artist’s position as principle figure amongst a generation of figurative painters. Released as print editions, Ewan and Simon are two friends often revisited in his work, while the landscape work, San Francisco, represents an analogue form of portraiture. Each one a candid portrait of the world encircling Raho.
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  • HENRIK SIMONSEN | ‘Blue Grass’
    May 29th 2022
    To convey a moment long gone and a memory distorted by time, Henrik Simonsen chooses colour as language; presenting delightful scenery articulated by the unique Nordic light cascaded onto branches, leaves and grasses. Typical of the artist’s work, he depicts the often unnoticed occupants of the wild Scandinavian flora, elevating them to magnificence; a token of his appreciation to a landscape that has gifted an abundance of memories during his childhood. The second of three print editions circling a theme of blue - a colour the artist regularly revisits - Blue Grass is an exceptionally vibrant portrait of a small patch of nature conquered by untamed grasses.
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Described as the ‘enfant terrible’ of the art world, Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan creates controversial sculpture and performance work, often with a morbidly dark humour. The artist pushes the boundaries of the ever-actual question of “What is art?” by bringing the viewer into a no-man’s land of absurdity and existential brilliance. In 2019 Cattelan reiterated his status of notoriety by taping a banana to a wall with duct tape at the Art Basel art fair in Miami.
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Child and Woman (1988)

Coot

Paris (1953)

Snowblind

Red and Blue

The Escape

Available from a private collection
Available from a private collection
Available from a private collection
DO YOU OWN A DAMIEN HIRST PRINT EDITION YOU WISH TO SELL?
Valium
With two major exhibitions during the Venice Biennale, 2017 was a year which increased the awareness of Damien Hirst. With Hirst still actively releasing new print editions, many collectors focus on his earlier work from 2000 and before, such as Valium, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD), Opium, Beautiful, Galactic, Exploding Screenprint (Spin) and Painting-by-Numbers.

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