New Limited editions from Serpentine Galleries
Anish Kapoor - Monad - 2020
In a groundbreaking partnership in 2010, Royal Parks and the Serpentine Gallery showcased a series of Anish Kapoor’s most important stainless-steel works, which had never previously been shown together in London. Anish Kapoor: Turning the World Upside Down was the first contemporary sculpture project to be sited in Kensington Gardens for over 25 years. Now, this new limited edition by Anish Kapoor has been generously donated to the Serpentine Galleries on the occasion of the Galleries' 50th Anniversary.
“Supporting free and open institutions like the Serpentine Galleries, is vital in our current landscape. The Galleries are a place of innovation and experimentation, creativity and hope, and we need to collectively ensure these spaces are protected for us now in these times and for future generations to experience.” Anish Kapoor
Medium: Polymer Gravure type etching on Velin arches Blanc 250 gsm
Size: 33 x 40cm
Edition of 100
Signed and numbered
Price: £ 4,360
Jimmie Durham - Over the Mountain - 2020
The Serpentine presented a major survey show in 2015 by Jimmie Durham (b. 1940, USA), an artist, poet, essayist and political activist whose career spans five decades. The core of Durham’s work is his ability to explore the intrinsic qualities of the materials he uses, at times fused with the agility of wordplay and, above all, irony. This limited edition lamp is designed by Jimmie Durham for LABINAC (a design collective started by Jimmie Durham, Maria Thereza Alves and Kai-Morten Vollmer) and has been generously donated to the Serpentine Galleries on the occasion of the Galleries' 50th Anniversary. Each limited edition lamp is unique and hand-made by the artist and comes crated in its own box.
Medium: Steel, glass, light fixture, cable
Edition of 7
Designed by Jimmie Durham for LABINAC
This limited edition works are available at Serpentine Galleries