Peter Doig – Brixton Ritzy

Peter Doig - Brixton Ritzy - 2023

Peter Doig - Brixton Ritzy - 2023The limited edition print is a portrait of Linton Kwesi Johnson, legendary dub poet, activist and pivotal figure in contemporary poetry, culture, and music. The print is "like a hand-painted poster, of the kind I made for my film club - 'studiofilmclub' - in Trinidad". For Desert Island Discs recently Doig selected 'Want Fi Goh Rave’ by Linton Kwesi Johnson as one of his 8 tracks. "It remains as fresh today as it was when I first heard it back in 1979". It was in that year that Doig moved to London. “I was very interested in Punk and particularly Post-punk music, and that was really the draw to come to London”.

Medium: Inkjet on Photo Rag 308gsm.
Size: 101.5 x 71.5cm.
Edition of 150 + 30 APs
Signed and numbered
Price: £ 2,000
(Available at this launch price for a period of 24 hours until 10 November 16:00 GMT, after which the price will rise.)

This limited edition Peter Doig print is available for purchase  from 9 November 16:00 GMT at Paul Stolper Gallery

A percentage of the profits from sales of the print will go towards supporting The George Padmore Institute, raising urgent funds to restore the the Institute's building and helping to secure its future. Set up in 1991 The George Padmore Institute grew out of a community of people connected with New Beacon Books, Britain's first black publisher and bookshop, and its founder John La Rose. The Institute is an archive, educational research and information centre housing materials and documents relating mainly to black communities of Caribbean, African and Asian descent in post-war Britain and continental Europe