Keith Coventry – Christmas Present for the addict in your life
To mark the first of his two-part exhibition at Haunch of Venison, British artist Keith Coventry has produced a limited edition silkscreen print derived from his acclaimed “crack series”.
Appropriated from an etching, the print features a miscellany of plastic drinks bottles transformed into crack pipes with the aid of pin-pricked Bacofoil, rubber bands, chewing gum and hollowed Biro chambers.
Like the paintings and sculptures on which it’s based, the work references Giorgio Morandi’s intensely observed still lifes of bottles and jugs.
Edition of 200
Signed and numbered by the artist
One colour screenprint on 310gm Somerset Tub sized paper, glazed finish with one deckle edge
Image size: 26cm X 18cm
Total size: 38cm x 30cm BUY HERE
Gagosian today announced the gallery’s global representation of painter Anna Weyant. The artist will be the subject of a solo […]
The Royal College of Art (RCA), London has been ranked the number 1 university for art & design internationally for the 8th consecutive year according to the QS World University Rankings
This April Philip Colbert will release his most advanced community project to date, “Lobstars”, a new collection of 7777 lobster […]
Radiohead vocalist Thom Yorke and artist Stanley Donwood first met in the 1980s as students at Exeter University and have created art together ever since. Donwood has created the cover art for all of Radiohead’s ground-breaking albums since The Bends in 1996.