Allied Editions, a unique artists’ editions collective made up of arts organisations in London and the UK, returns to Frieze London presenting over a hundred artworks by international artists from as little as £100.
Camden Arts Centre, Chisenhale Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), Serpentine Galleries, South London Gallery, Studio Voltaire and Whitechapel Gallery are joined by guest regional partner, The Hepworth Wakefield.
Simon Wallis, Director, The Hepworth Wakefield, said:
“I am delighted that The Hepworth Wakefield has been selected by Allied Editions as their regional partner at Frieze, London. We have developed an exciting portfolio of artists’ editions produced in collaboration with some of the most significant international contemporary artists now working. This is a wonderful opportunity for us to showcase the range of editions we offer, especially as the proceeds from sales are vital in supporting our programme and free entry in an area of very high socio-economic deprivation. We are also excited to be launching new commissions by Mona Hatoum and Cerith Wyn Evans, two of the artists shortlisted for our biennial award, The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture.”
Visitors to the Allied Editions stand (B20) at Frieze London can purchase limited editions from all eight organisations by renowned British and international artists, including Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Johnathan Baldock, Hernan Bas, John Booth, Martin Boyce, Ulla von Brandenburg, Banu Cennetolu, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Ian Cheng, Lubna Chowdhary, Tomasso Corvi Mora, Christo, Alexandra Da Cunha, Elmgreen & Dragset, Peter Fraser, Dan Graham, Mona Hatoum, Richard Healy, Lubaina Himid, Jenny Holzer, Gary Hume, Arthur Jafa, Patrick Kelley, Ian Kiaer, Jim Lambie, Elad Lassry, Jack Lavender, Helen Marten, McDermott & McGough, Yoko Morhi, David Noonan, Silke Otto Knapp, Lydia Ourahmane, Sondra Perry, Rory Pilgrim, Seth Price, Mary Reid, Magali Reus, James Richards, Amy Sillman, Do Ho Suh, Martine Syms, Hayley Tompkins, Caragh Thuring, Erik van Lieshout, Jessie Wine, Jonas Wood, Rose Wylie and Cerith Wyn Evans.
These limited yet affordable editions are specially commissioned and donated by the artists in support of each gallery’s exhibition, education and public programmes. New editions will launch exclusively at Frieze London, with editions available from as little as £100 at the fair and online.
Frieze Fairs Artistic Director, Jo Stella Sawicka, said:
“We are delighted to be hosting Allied Editions – a collective of London’s publicly run galleries – at Frieze again this year. Allied Editions sells extremely high-quality prints and multiples by some of the world’s leading artists to benefit their programmes. It provides a really accessible entry point to begin collecting and a feel-good factor knowing your purchase goes directly into funding great exhibitions for all to enjoy. It is also exciting to welcome guest gallery The Hepworth Gallery for the first time to Frieze, who will bring some really exciting sculptural multiples to the fair.”
Allied Editions at Frieze Art Fair Stand B20
Allied Editions, a unique artist’s editions collective featuring Camden Arts Centre, Chisenhale Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), Serpentine Galleries, South London Gallery, Studio Voltaire, The Hepworth Wakefield and Whitechapel Gallery, returns to Frieze London from 4-7 October 2018.