Take 5 : Prints & Multiples

7/10/2019     Prints & Multiples , News Stories & Press Release

We asked a group of artworld professionals to Take 5 and pick five of their favourite lots from the upcoming  Prints & Multiples auction. The sale will take place on Monday 14 October, starting at 12 noon.



Lizzy Vartanian Collier (@gallerygirlldn )

Lizzy Vartanian Collier


Meet our first taste-make Lizzy Vartanian Collier. Lizzy is a writer and curator based in London. She is the founder of website and curatorial platform Gallery Girl, and specialises in contemporary art from the Middle East and North Africa. Her work has been published in Dazed, Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, Hyperallergic, the Guardian, Vice Arabia and Vogue Arabia amongst many other publications. She has curated exhibitions in London, including ‘Perpetual Movement’, which took place during Arab Women Artists Now (AWAN) Festival 2018, as well as art fair booths in Armenia. Lizzy has spoken about the MENA art scene at UCL and Oxford universities, and is currently coming to the end of a residency at Darat Al Funun in Amman, Jordan. Here she chooses her top five lots from our coming sale.

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Lot 4 : Leon Underwood, British 1890-1975- Joie de Vie, 1944; linocut 
Lot 21 : Sir Sidney Nolan OM AC, Australian 1917-1992- Leda and the Swan, 1961; lithograph
Lot 153 : Alekos Fassianos, Greek b.1935- Untitled (two figures); lithograph
Lot 182 : Marc Chagall, Russian/French 1887-1985- Double Visage [Mourlot 925], 1978; lithograph 
Lot 345 : Zhang Xiaogang, Chinese b.1958- Fantasy from Bloodline: Big Family, 2002; lithograph




Helanzi Dreyer ( @helanzi ) 
Helanzi Dreyer
Meet Helanzi Dreyer, South African art director, stylist, designer, photographer and content creator working in London, UK. With a BA in Visual Communication and Art Direction, Helanzi has worked with the likes of Elle Decoration to Dokter & Misses. You can view a range of her work here. Here she chooses her top five lots from our coming sale.

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Lot 73 : John Piper CH, British 1903-1992- Castle Martin [Levinson 259], 1976; screenprint
Lot 146 : Milton Avery, American 1885-1965, Untitled (Nude), 1961; linocut
Lot 240 : Joe Tilson RA, British b.1928- Arrival of Kore, 1982; etching with aquatint and carborundum
Lot 347: Zeng Hao, Chinese b.1963- Interior (green), 2003; lithograph
Lot 353 : David Shrigley, British b.1968- You are not alone & Untitled, 2014; two linocuts







Kevin Kafesu (@kevinkafesu)

Kevin KafesuMeet Kevin, a multi-disciplinary creative based in Copenhagen with a background in spatial architecture with over 8 years of experience within the fashion industry working his way through a multitude of functions from buying to merchandising and now Marketing and PR. Kevin recently joined Wood Wood as their new Marketing and PR manager, having worked ANDERSEN-ANDERSEN, and Norse Projects within the Danish fashion industry. 

Here he chooses his top five lots from our coming sale.

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Lot 43 : William Tucker RA, British b.1935- B.Blue and C.Brown, 1969; screenprints with collage 
Lot 95 : Sir Terry Frost RA, British 1915-2003- Ochre, Red, Blue [Kemp 50], 1969; lithograph
Lot 96 : Sir Terry Frost RA, British 1915-2003- Sun Up, Newlyn [Kemp 86], 1984 screenprint
Lot 177 : Jo Delahaut, Belgian 1911-1992- composition in Blue and Black, 1975; screenprint 
Lot 256 : Gerald Laing, British 1936-2011- Triple [SRG 004], 1966; screenprint






Yan Gi Cheng (@yangicheng4836 )

Yan Gi Cheng


Meet Yan Gi Cheng, British born Chinese Artist now based in London. Yan’s multidisciplinary art practice spans drawing, collage, performance, sculpture, painting and video. His work explores the intersections of contemporary and ancient philosophy, art and religion from both western and non-western perspectives. Here Yan Takes 5 and chooses his top five lots from our Prints & Multiples auction. 

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Lot 34 : Robyn Denny, British 1930-2014- Thomas Suite IV (blue & red), 1975; screenprint 
Lot 44 : Mark Lancaster, British b.1938- Eighths, 1967; screenprint 
Lot 106 : Victor Pasmore CH CBE, British 1908-1998- Variation No.1, 1971; screenprint 
Lot 177 : Jo Delahaut, Belgian 1911-1992- composition in Blue and Black, 1975; screenprint
Lot 219 : Derrière Le Miroir, No 113 - Alexander Calder, 1959; the book, comprising two lithographs






Joyce Du  ( @joycedudu )

 Joyce Du 
Born in China, Joyce Du is a London based cross-discipline art and media professional having previously established herself as a journalist at the China Daily and later at the Financial Times, and later as Executive Curator of Shanghai Fashion Weekend. Here she chooses her top five lots from our coming sale.

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Lot 28 : Laurence Stephen Lowry RBA RA, British 1887-1976- Britain at Play; offset lithograph
Lot 127 : Joan Miró, Spanish 1893-1983- Femme et Chien devant la Lune [Dupin 18], 1935; pochoir in colours on wove
Lot 155 : Pablo Picasso, Spanish 1881-1973; Portrait of Jacqueline [Bloch 827; Mourlot 289], 1956; offset lithograph 
Lot 264 : David Hockney OM CH RA, British b.1937- Smaller Study of Lighting [Tokyo 124], 1973; lithograph
Lot 289 :  Bridget Riley CH CBE, British b.1931- About Lilac, 2007; screenprint in colours on wove








Monday 14 October, 12 noon 

Thursday 10 October 1.00 pm - 5.00 pm 
Friday 11 October 9.30am - 5.30 pm 
Sunday 13 October 10.00am - 2.00 pm 
Monday 14 October 9.30 am - 11.30 am 



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