William Kentridge, The Bird and it's Watcher, 2013. Favorite This year Multiplied, 18 - 21 October, returns for the fourth time at the peak of the contemporary art season in London. The fair is unique in offering contemporary art in editions, from prints and photographs to sculpture and artists' books, showcasing both established and emerging artists from a range of international galleries and collectives. With free entry and works of art priced to suit every budget, Multiplied provides a unique opportunity for collectors, curators and enthusiasts to see and buy contemporary art in editions.
You can find a document featuring some of the new edition releases at Multiplied here
William Kentridge has generously donated The Bird and its Watcher (top image) to be offered for sale through The Artist Proof Studio as a limited edition linocut. The work will be available exclusively at Multiplied at the special price of £2,500. Proceeds will benefit four centre for orphans and vulnerable children in Soweto, South Africa, and their children’s art programmes.
Raffle: Win a Bob and Roberta Smith Print
As part of Multiplied 2013, Vital Arts is raffling Bird Search by Bob and Roberta Smith. The print was produced in 2009 as part of The Department of Ogolothinry, Bob and Roberta’s public art commission for Vital Arts for The Royal London Health and Wellness Centre. Devised as a joyful word search puzzle for visitors to disentangle, The Department of Ogolothinry features over forty painted signs with the jumbled names of birds, a playful work inspired by the artist’s love of the country and nature. Bird Search provides the key to his bird spotting conundrum.
Raffle tickets cost £10 each and can be purchased online or at the Vital Arts stand during the fair. All proceeds raised will go towards funding the patient participation programme for Barts Health NHS Trust.
The Raffle will be drawn on Monday 21 October 2013 at 5pm.
Bob and Roberta Smith, Bird Search, 2009
Medium: Giclée archival pigment print,
Size: 480 x 560 mm.
Signed and numbered,
Edition of 100