Monograph brings you: new artworks, great talents, gift prices
Monograph has brought together a collection of new prints by some of the country’s leading contemporary artists and brightest new talents.
What’s more, at £80 each they are the perfect price to give as a present to any art-lover in your life.
Benedict Drew is a bright, emerging talent who graduated from the Slade in 2011 and has quickly made a name for himself through collaborations with a diverse mix of artists and musicians including Otomo Yoshide, Rhodri Davies, Greg Pope and Emily Richardson.
He has exhibited and performed at The Tate Modern in London, the Yamaguchi Centre for Art in Japan and at the Rotterdam Film Festival.
The Persuaders (2012) is a signed limited edition print of 50.
BEN JEANS HOUGHTON
Ben Jeans Houghton graduated from Northumbria University in 2007 and since then he has presented exhibitions and performances at the Globe Gallery in Newcastle, Off Space in Stuttgart, the Cornerhouse in Manchester and taken part in projects alongside the Athens Biennial and the group show CrASH in London.
Black Cloud No 6 (2012) a signed edition of 50, is taken from the Blackcloud series, a project developed by Jeans Houghton and CIRCA Projects. Taking photographs of the Byker Scrapyard fire in May 2011 as a starting point the project draws parallels between this event and the Great Fire of Newcastle in 1854.
His reputation was established in the USA and Europe following solo exhibitions at the Salvatore Ala Gallery in New York, the Walker Art Centre in Minneapolis, the ICA in Boston, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and the DELFINA in London.
From 1989 to 1991 he was Henry Moore Fellow at the Slade School of Art and in 1996 received the Paul Hamlyn Foundation prize for sculpture. Recent exhibitions include a retrospective at mima, Middlesbrough in 2008, Galleria Caroline + Salvatore Ala in Milan, Italy and Modern British Sculpture at the Royal Academy in London in 2011.
This signed limited edition print, Two Sausages (2011), is taken from a still from Bainbridge’s video work. It was developed for his solo show ‘Eric Bainbridge Video Show’ at CIRCA Screen.
Born in New York in 1969 Doug Fishbone gained an Ma in Fine Art from Goldsmith’s College in 2003. His solo exhibitions include shows at: the Rokeby in London, Gimpel Fils in London and 30,000 Bananas in Trafalgar Square, London. Group exhibitions include Rude Britannia: British Comic Art at the Tate Britain; the Busan Biennale Expenditure, Busan, South Korea, and Laughing in a Foreign Language, Hayward gallery, London.
He performs regularly at both international and UK venues including appearances at ICA and Southbank Centre, London.
Circa developed Untitled (2011), a signed edition of 50 with the artist for his solo exhibition of recent video work entitled ‘The Parallax View’ at Circa Screen.
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