Toby Mott: Empty The Archive ” It is a way of relinquishing some of my art works that have built up over time.”

Toby Mott I need Therapy at Sotheby’s

Toby Mott’s The Empty The Archive project is a way of him relinquishing some of the artworks that he has built up over time.

From childhood oil pastel works to 1980’s Central School of Art life drawing studies, early 1990’s wax crayon works from his time in Los Angeles and dip pen and ink drawings made in London throughout the 2000’s, to sculptural works.
A few items from the Grey Organisation archive will also be available.
Following on from a recent sale of a detention line painting at Sotheby’s in London, works from this series will be available, everything on a first come first-served basis.

At the exhibition, you are able to pay what you can for a work of your choice and take it away with you.
All that is requested is that you post a photo of the received work in situ adding the hashtags #EmptyTheArchive #TobyMott

About the Empty The Archive project, video watch below:

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“Better on your wall than in my storage unit”

Toby Mott

TOBY MOTT: EMPTY THE ARCHIVE 12th–16th February Reception Thursday 13th February 6–8pm
Open daily and by appointment Wednesday–Sunday 12–5pm 198 Kensington Park Rd Notting Hill, London W11 1NR

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