The Multiplied print fair

Now in its third year, contemporary print fair Multiplied returns to Christie’s South Kensington salerooms next month.

Alex Dodge, Everything Appears As It Is
Alex Dodge, Everything Appears As It Is

The fair, which coincides with the Frieze art fair, will house prints from 41 international contemporary galleries and printmakers including newcomers Bearspace, Grey Area Editions Eastern Pavilions and Parasol Unit Foundation; as well as works by artists from Manifold Editions, Karsten Schubert, Riflemaker and the Whitechapel Gallery.

As well as traditional prints, digital art and photography and artist’s books from the likes of Peter Blake, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Damien Hirst, Marc Quinn, Rachel Whiteread and Jasper Johns will also be on display. Prices range from a reasonable £100 to a more eye-watering £20,000.

Jorma Puranen, Shadows, Reflections and All That Sort of Thing
Jorma Puranen, Shadows, Reflections and All That Sort of Thing

As well as being able to feast your eyes on a vast selection of works, including a special exhibition curated by recent printmaking MA graduates from the Royal College of Art, Christie’s Education and Art Wednesday will also be providing a tailored events programme.

A pop-up café hosted by William Norris & Company will be on hand for hungry print-lovers.

Carolyn Bunt, And When I Looked Up It Had Gone 1
Carolyn Bunt, And When I Looked Up It Had Gone 1

Multiplied runs from 12-15 October at Christie’s South Kensington salerooms, 85 Old Brompton Road, London, SW7. For more information visit www.multipliedartfair.com.

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