Christie's regrets to announce that, due to its re-scheduled London auction calendar, Multiplied will not be taking place in 2016. The Multiplied team would like to thank all our visitors for their support and look forward to welcoming you again soon at Christie's.
Multiplied is proud to support both new and established galleries, publishers, artists’ collectives and not-for-profits from across the global art scene. This year’s edition of the fair will present 40 exhibitors showcasing a range of contemporary prints, photography, multiples and artist’s books. The fair will also present works by recent graduates from London’s leading Arts Universities.
Art Seen – Contemporary Art Projects & Editions
Vicky Pericleous, History Today, 2014–15
Atelier Ji – Fine Art Prints & Publications
Katherine Jones, Map of Shifting Land, 2014
Victoria Arney, Hokusias Dream Red, 2014
Benveniste Contemporary & Tamsin Wilkinson Editions
Alison Wilding, Out there (Spin), 2010
Friday 16 October • 2:30pm – 3:30pm
Cornelia Parker OBE in conversation with Iwona Blazwick OBE, Director, Whitechapel Gallery
Saturday 17 October • 2:30pm – 3:30pm A Year at ENO: Visual Artist in Residence Tom Hammick discusses his prints and paintings in response to a season of opera productions, with ENO Director Elaine Tyler-Hall
Sunday 18 October • 2:30pm – 3:30pm Bob and Roberta Smith in conversation with Helen Pheby, Senior Curator, Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Please note numbers are limited and RSVP is essential.
The new work in situ at Excelsior Works in South Bermondsey, London. The missing section of prints will be on view at Multiplied
Multiplied in association with art organisation V22 is proud to support the creation of a new work by Maurice Carlin. Carlin has undertaken a 3-week-long performance work – to ‘publish’ a 5,000 square foot warehouse floor plate with CMYK prints and live web streaming, resulting in a large-scale installation at V22’s Excelsior Works building in South Bermondsey. Carlin’s printing method is inspired by ancient Chinese rubbing techniques originally used to reproduce the imprint of stone inscriptions, allowing information to be duplicated and distributed – the first known form of publishing. The installation on view at Multiplied comprises a section of this larger project.
Maurice Carlin’s work explores artistic structures and processes – themes that emerged from an independent peer-led educational structure he co-founded in 2007. Islington Mill Art Academy has been acknowledged as one of the first in the recent wave of alternative art schools set up in response to raised student fees and the debate surrounding the relevance and usefulness of mainstream art education. Recently Carlin has been exploring the subject of shared ownership through the production of ‘distributed installations’ – artworks made of multiple elements, which have the potential to exist individually or together as one work, where the life of the work beyond the studio and exhibition becomes equally important.
Carlin's recent exhibitions and projects include Name it by Trying to Name it, The Drawing Center, New York (2015), PRESS ROOM, Creative Time Summit, Venice Biennale (2015), The Negligent Eye, The Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool (2014), Self-Interruption, Jack Chiles Gallery, New York (2013) and First...Next...Then...Finally, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester (2013).
Individual prints from this installation are for sale. Please contact the artist for further details: mauricecarlin.com/contact/
Multiplied Edition • Friday 16 October
Multiplied is delighted to be partnering with Christie’s Lates for an evening of talks, printing workshops and more. Guest speakers will include Jacky Tsai, creator of the Alexander McQueen floral skull motif, reflecting on the launch of a new lenticular edition with Eyestorm, and Cathie Pilkington RA speaking on the hybrid processes of sculpture, bricolage and print. Interior designer Anna Burles will also offer tips on showcasing editions in the home.
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