Each year we offer a limited edition lithographic signed and hand-numbered print (strictly limited to 200) for the far from princely sum of £12. Buying the print entitles the purchaser to automatic entry into the draw for our ‘LOTTERY SHOW!’, now in its twelfth year. The draw (which usually takes place in October, on the Sunday of the weekend of Frieze Art Fair) this year will take place on Sunday 19th December. The winner will be given a 4 week slot (to use however they like) as part of the gallery’s programme in 2022.
THIS YEAR’S winner is EMMA COOP
This Year’s Annual
(it still isn’t who you know!)
limited edition ticket is by PETER SYLVEIRE
2020′s limited edition A5 ticket was by STEPHEN HARWOOD (below)
2019′s was VANESSA JACKSON (R.A.)
2018′s ticket was ‘Love Birds’ by JAY CLOTH (below)
the year before it was JEREMY WILLETT
and the year before MARCUS COPE
the year before it an iron-on t-shirt image by KERAN JAMES
(last year’s winner was Deborah Westmancoat, who, with Stewart Geddes will be exhibiting in April 2016)
2014′s limited edition was by JORDAN McKENZIE
above ‘Woolworth’s Death Mask’ – the last bag of Pick ‘ Mix bought from Woolworths Bethnal Green branch 06/01/2009
(photo Sean Pines)
(last year’s winner was Paul Carey-Kent, who’s curated show ‘The Combinational’)
the previous year’s limited edition – was by KATE LYDDON ! (below)
This limited edition is still available, however buying it will no longer give you entry into the ‘Lottery Show’ draw.
above ‘A Scene from Sarah’s Social’, lithograph on card with collage, 2013 edition of 500, 21 x 15 cms
Kate’s exquisite, intimate psychodramas of modern life bring the demi-monde to the near mythological. She has exhibited all over the world as well as (naturally) having had several solo shows with us over the years.
below an example of just one of the versions newly collaged and glittered!
below – signature and back of lithograph
Our artist’s edition the year before that was produced by Giorgio Sadotti above, (chosen to provide Tate Britain’s Christmas tree in 2010) who in typical deadpan fashion produced a card (above, as yet un-individuated and unsigned) which was also be numbered by the artist, long-hand – bringing happily into question signature/authorship, the whole idea of an ‘edition’… and unlimited uniqueness.
…and the winning number for our 4th Annual ‘Lottery Show’ was…
The winning ticket was drawn by Modern Language Experiment’s Matthew Stock… the winning artist was ALICE PEILLON! More to come…