Carol Bove,Tomas Saraceno, Ryan Gander, Judith Hopf, Peter Coffin, Rosalind Nashashibi

Tomas Saraceno, Untitled, 2008
In 2006, in a commission for the Barbican Centre, London, Saraceno travelled to the world's largest salt lake, Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia. The artist's photograph captures a sensation that is created in this extreme environment: that of immersion in the clouds.

Medium: Giclée print on paper
Size: 50 x 40cm
Courtesy of the artist; Andersen_S Contemporary, Copenhagen; and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York

Carol Bove, The Sun, 2008.
Carol Bove, The Sun, 2008.
Bove's silkscreen print is based on a string drawing, and is printed using saffron. The artist feels that string drawings offer an interesting parallel with instruction-based conceptual artworks of the 1960s-even though they come from a very different, and craft-based, tradition. Carol Bove is based in New York.

Medium: Silkscreen on paper, in acrylic and saffron
Size: 40 x 50cm.
Courtesy of the artist; Hotel, London; and Maccarone, New York
Signed and numbered
£220 (Members' price £165)

These prints are also part of the ICA Anniversary Print portfolio :
Carol Bove / Peter Coffin / Ryan Gander / Judith Hopf/ Rosalind Nashashibi / Tomas Saraceno

A portfolio of six prints available individually or as a set

Edition of 60, various media, presented in a custom-made box
1-40 (box set only) £950 (Members price £850)
40-60 box £950 (Members price £850),
Individual prints £220 (Members' price £165)

You can order the individual print or the complete portfolio at ICA London here

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