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Michael Clark Because We Must

Richard Haughton £900£1,440

Archival Giclée prints – printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper –
Limited Edition of 50
All Prints signed by the Photographer

Sizes:
297 x 420mm £900 (including VAT)
420 x 594mm £1,440 (including VAT)

ALL IMAGES CAN BE PRINTED TO BESPOKE DIMENSIONS
ALL PRINTS AVAILABLE FROM 14TH OCTOBER

Richard Haughton - James Thiérrée Raoul

James Thiérrée Raoul

Richard Haughton £900£1,440

Archival Giclée prints – printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper –
Limited Edition of 50
All Prints signed by the Photographer

Sizes:
297 x 420mm £900 (including VAT)
420 x 594mm £1,440 (including VAT)

ALL IMAGES CAN BE PRINTED TO BESPOKE DIMENSIONS
ALL PRINTS AVAILABLE FROM 14TH OCTOBER

Dark Tango

Richard Haughton £900£1,440

Archival Giclée prints – printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper –
Limited Edition of 50
All Prints signed by the Photographer

Sizes:
297 x 420mm £900 (including VAT)
420 x 594mm £1,440 (including VAT)

ALL IMAGES CAN BE PRINTED TO BESPOKE DIMENSIONS
ALL PRINTS AVAILABLE FROM 14TH OCTOBER

Richard Haughton - Akram Khan ITMOI 2

Akram Khan ITMOI 2

Richard Haughton £900£1,440

Archival Giclée prints – printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper –
Limited Edition of 50
All Prints signed by the Photographer

Sizes:
297 x 420mm £900 (including VAT)
420 x 594mm £1,440 (including VAT)

ALL IMAGES CAN BE PRINTED TO BESPOKE DIMENSIONS
ALL PRINTS AVAILABLE FROM 14TH OCTOBER

Akram Khan ITMOI 1

Akram Khan ITMOI 1

Richard Haughton £900£1,440

Archival Giclée prints – printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper –
Limited Edition of 50
All Prints signed by the Photographer

Sizes:
297 x 420mm £900 (including VAT)
420 x 594mm £1,440 (including VAT)

ALL IMAGES CAN BE PRINTED TO BESPOKE DIMENSIONS
ALL PRINTS AVAILABLE FROM 14TH OCTOBER

Richard Haughton - Akram Khan Desh

Akram Khan Desh

Richard Haughton £900£1,440

Archival Giclée prints – printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper –
Limited Edition of 50
All Prints signed by the Photographer

Sizes:
297 x 420mm £900 (including VAT)
420 x 594mm £1,440 (including VAT)

ALL IMAGES CAN BE PRINTED TO BESPOKE DIMENSIONS
ALL PRINTS AVAILABLE FROM 14TH OCTOBER

Tom Price - Bronze Tree Grilles

Bronze Tree Grilles

Tom Price Contact Studio

Patinated black on the underside and polished to a mirror finish on the top, these two part bronze tree grilles can be made to any size or scaled up to form gates, wall panels or screens.

Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions with a 4-8 week lead time.
For all commission enquiries please contact us at the studio

Please contact us for any URGENT requirements.

 

Synthesis L3

Tom Price Contact Studio

Synthesis is the study of a dialogue between two contrasting materials – resin and tar – and their negotiation for space and identity when forced to become a single unified entity.

What appear to be petal-like inclusions are actually cracks and fissures created through a careful manipulation of the catalysing process of the resin. They cluster around and interact with amorphous invasive bodies of tar, which loom – apparently suspended in space. The tar initially appears densely black, almost light-absorbent, but upon closer inspection, a network of fine green vapour trails can be seen drifting from a surface partially melted by the exothermic reaction of the curing resin. As the tar heats it expands searching for pathways within the resin and rushes to claim opening cavities, creating wafer thin golden slivers of coral-like protuberances.

The effects of the synthesis of these two disparate elements – one black and dense; the other clear and liquid – results in a riot of colour and explosive formations that engage on both a macro and micro level.

Standard size 85 x 117.5 x 40cm made to order with a 4-8 week lead time.
Artwork can be made to bespoke dimensions
For all commission enquiries please contact us at the studio

Please contact us for any URGENT requirements.

 

Synthesis L2

Tom Price £19,200

Synthesis is the study of a dialogue between two contrasting materials – resin and tar – and their negotiation for space and identity when forced to become a single unified entity.

What appear to be petal-like inclusions are actually cracks and fissures created through a careful manipulation of the catalysing process of the resin. They cluster around and interact with amorphous invasive bodies of tar, which loom – apparently suspended in space. The tar initially appears densely black, almost light-absorbent, but upon closer inspection, a network of fine green vapour trails can be seen drifting from a surface partially melted by the exothermic reaction of the curing resin. As the tar heats it expands searching for pathways within the resin and rushes to claim opening cavities, creating wafer thin golden slivers of coral-like protuberances.

The effects of the synthesis of these two disparate elements – one black and dense; the other clear and liquid – results in a riot of colour and explosive formations that engage on both a macro and micro level.