MULTIPLIED Art Fair

What: MULTIPLIED, the UK’s only art fair dedicated to contemporary prints and editions

Where: Christie’s South Kensington

When: Open to the public from 17-20 October 2014, (Frieze Week)

Why: Forty contemporary galleries from around the world will showcase an extensive and eclectic range of prints, photography, digital art, artist books and multiples.

Mat Collishaw, The Human Body series, 2012, photoetching, edition of 25, 485 x 375 mm. Courtesy of Alteria Art

Jacky Tsai, Stained Glass Skull, 2013, 6 colour screenprint, edition of 60, 850 x 1100 mm. Price: £895.  Courtesy of Eyestorm.

Gary Hume, Geranium, 2013, linocut and silkscreen, edition of 18, 800 x 1190 mm. Courtesy of Galerie Simpson Dark Matter Studio

Gary Hume, Geranium, 2013, linocut and silkscreen, edition of 18, 800 x 1190 mm. Price: £3,850. Courtesy of Galerie Simpson Dark Matter Studio

Victoria Browne, Swarm, 2012, reduction Linocut, edition of 10, 1120 x 760 mm. Courtesy of East London Printmakers

Victoria Browne, Swarm, 2012, reduction Linocut, edition of 10, 1120 x 760 mm. Courtesy of East London Printmakers

Victoria Arney, Geometry of a Waterfall, Etching with Chine Colle 72x72 cm, Edition of 10. Courtesy of Bearspace

Victoria Arney, Geometry of a Waterfall, Etching with Chine Colle 72×72 cm, Edition of 10. Price: £490.  Courtesy of Bearspace

Sir Peter Blake, 3D Wooden Puzzle Series 50, 2014, silkscreen print with glitter, embossing, glazes and 3D printed collaged elements mounted on wood, edition of 25, 416 x 492 mm. Courtesy of CCA Galleries

Sir Peter Blake, 3D Wooden Puzzle Series 50, 2014, silkscreen print with glitter, embossing, glazes and 3D printed collaged elements mounted on wood, edition of 25, 416 x 492 mm. Courtesy of CCA Galleries

Mona Kuhn, AD6365 + AD6369 (Diptych), 2013-14, chromogenic print, edition of 8, 1520 x 1140 mm. Courtesy of Flowers Gallery

Mona Kuhn, AD6365 + AD6369 (Diptych), 2013-14, chromogenic print, edition of 8, 1520 x 1140 mm. Courtesy of Flowers Gallery

Mat Collishaw, The Human Body series, 2012, photoetching, edition of 25, 485 x 375 mm. Courtesy of Alteria Art

Mat Collishaw, The Human Body series, 2012, photoetching, edition of 25, 485 x 375 mm. Courtesy of Alteria Art

Who: As well as featuring works by established stars of the contemporary art world, including Damien Hirst, Gary Hume, William Kentridge, Sarah Lucas, Daido Moriyama, Cornelia Parker, Yinka Shonibare, David Shrigley, Gavin Turk and Rachel Whiteread

And another thing: The Fair will also showcase exciting, emerging talent from leading graduate institutions such as the Slade School of Fine Art, the Royal College of Art and the University of the Arts London. Among this year’s exhibitors, several of which are new to the Fair in 2014, are BEARSPACE, Flowers Gallery, Galerie Alex Daniels – Reflex Amsterdam , Keystone Editions, Marc Quinn, Modern Art Oxford, Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art, Paul Stolper Gallery, Tristan Barbarà editions and the Whitechapel Gallery.

Must see: Events programme, includes artist talks, panel discussions and special projects. New for 2014 is the introduction of Live Printing sessions in association with Rabley Contemporary and CFPR Editions, where artists will make prints and host printmaking demonstrations onsite in front of a live audience. Different aspects of printing will be explored, including traditional printmaking methods as well as the latest in 3-D printing techniques.

Gallery list includes:  Alteria Art, Andipa Gallery, Arte Cocodrilo Ediciones, BEARSPACE, CCA Galleries, CFPR Editions, Creatively Recycled Empire Ltd., dalla Rosa Gallery, David Krut Projects, Dundee Contemporary Arts, East 2 Gallery, Eyestorm, Fashion Illustration Gallery, Flowers Gallery, Galerie Alex Daniels – Reflex Amsterdam, Galerie Simpson / Dark Matter Studio, Gazelli Art House, GBS Fine Art, Grey Area Multiples, Grey Tiger, Julian Page Fine Art, Keystone Editions, LN Edition, londonprintstudio, LRRH_, Marc Quinn, Mclean’s Artist Malts, Made in Arts London, Modern Art Oxford, Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art, Paul Stolper Gallery, Rabley Contemporary, René Schmitt Druckgraphik, Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop/ Forth Estate, Royal College of Art, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, Stoney Road Press, The Multiple Store, The New Dome, Tristan Barbarà editions, Whitechapel Gallery.

Artists include: Sia Armajani, David Austen, Roger Ballen, Phyllida Barlow, Glen Baldridge, Sir Peter Blake, Dan Baldwin, Glen Baxter, Eileen Cooper, Mat Collishaw, Shezad Dawood, Adrian Esparza, Graham Fagen, Angus Fairhurst, Emily Floyd, Yang Fudong, David Goldblatt, Marcus Harvey, Tim Head, Damien Hirst, Tom Hammick, Georgie Hopton, Rachel Howard, Patrick Hughes, Gary Hume, William Kentridge, Sara Lee, Liliane Lijn, Linder, Sarah Lucas, Goshka Macuga, Alexander Massouras, Dane Mitchell, Harland Miller,Daido Moriyama, Polly Morgan, Navid Nuur, Shinro Ohtake, Cornelia Parker, Simon Periton, Mai-Thu Perret, Peter Saul, Jenny Saville, Hiraki Sawa, Lucy Scaer, Yinka Shonibare, David Shrigley, Slinkachu, Simon Starling, John Stezaker, Gavin Turk, Diane Victor, Rachel Whiteread, Rose Wylie, among others.

www.multipliedartfair.com

Location: Christie’s South Kensington 85 Old Brompton Road, London, SW7 3LD

Admission is free

Opening dates and hours:

Friday 17 October 9.00am – 7.00pm

Saturday 18 October 11.00am – 7.00pm

Sunday 19 October 11.00am – 6.00pm

Monday 20 October 9.00am – 5.00pm


Selected price guide:

Jacky Tsai – Stained Glass Skull – £895 

Gary Hume – Geranium – £3,850

Victoria Arney – Geometry of a Waterfall – £490



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