Bill Viola vinyl edition and prints, Rachel Howard’s jewellery and posters of Freud’s drawings; just a few of the items available via our website along with a large selection of other signed prints, editions, monographs and other publications.
Bill Viola published two highly collectable and unusual editions this autumn: a signed lithographic print of one of his drawings and a limited vinyl edition featuring rare sound compositions from the late seventies.
The hand signed and numbered vinyl edition documents Viola’s pioneering sound performances and features archive photography as well as faithful replicas of the original invitation and program notes, and an essay by Astra Price, California Institute of the Arts. In an edition of 100 this truly rare and unusual piece is a must-have for serious followers of video and sonic arts.
Bill Viola, The Talking Drum 180-gram heavyweight vinyl, housed in bespoke colorplan outer and inner sleeves Edition of 100 £500 Click here to buy
The print, in a limited edition of 250, was produced on the occasion of Viola's current solo exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park and all profits got to support the vital work of YSP. It features text from the 16th century Sufi romance, Madhumalati and is signed and numbered by the artist.
Bill Viola, Madhumalati (2015) Somerset satin white 300gsm 28 x 21.5 cm Edition of 250 £ 350 Click here to buy
Also in conjunction with recent institutional exhibitions, Mat Collishaw has recently published a new photographic print in an edition of just 100. The print was co-commissioned to raise funds for The New Art Gallery Walsall, The Library of Birmingham and Grain on the occasion of Collishaw's major solo exhibition at The New Art Gallery Walsall (25 September 2015 – 10 January 2016) and the display of a new work made in response to the photography collection at The Library of Birmingham (18 September 2015 – 10 January 2016).
Mat Collishaw, Third Degree, 2015 70 x 70 cm + white border Lamda print Edition of 100 + 5 AP’s £195 + VAT, unframed Click here to buyBack to news