Theo Stylianou & Eleanor Stephenson: #Take5

26/10/2021     Prints & Multiples , News Stories & Press Release

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Meet Theo Stylianou and Eleanor Stephenson, the duo behind Just a Studio.

Just a Studio is a London-based pop-up art gallery, specialising in contemporary art and design. Founded in 2020 by the art collector, Theo Stylianou and curator, Eleanor Stephenson, Just a Studio aims to bring fresh art and ideas straight from the artist’s studio to collectors homes. By working closely with a select number of top artists and designers, the gallery offers a bespoke art advice service, commissions, and unique artworks. Simplicity and a seamless experience for both artists and patrons is at the heart of what they do. While Just a Studio is principally an online platform, the team host a diverse programme of pop-up exhibitions, talks and events. Their most recent exhibition UNSELLABLE, featured the work of five emerging artists, Andreas Stylianou, Sam Harris, Sola Olulode, Sophie Vallance Cantor and Yulia Iosilzon.

To keep updated on Theo and Eleanor's movements and to hear about Just a Studio’s exclusive launches, visit their website here: justastudio.com or follow their Instagram accounts below. 
Eleanor Stephenson, Co-Founder and Curator: @ellystephenson | eleanor@justastudio.com
Theo Stylianou, Co-Founder: @stxxth | theo@justastudio.com

Here, Theo Stylianou, and Eleanor Stephenson behind Just a Studio art gallery #take5, to pick five of their favourite lots in the upcoming Modern & Contemporary Prints & Multiples auction that will take place on Tuesday 2 November at Roseberys.


Gillian Wearing CBE, British b.1963- To Diane Love Gillian (Homage to Diane Arbus),

 

  1. Lot 170: Gillian Wearing CBE, British b.1963- To Diane Love Gillian (Homage to Diane Arbus), 2005; hand printed photograph on wove, inscribed, dated and numbered 58/110 in black ink, printed by Golden Shot, London, published by Counter Editions, Margate, sheet 50.5 x 40.5cm (framed) (ARR)
    Estimate - £800- £1,200

    Gerald Laing

  2. Lot 186: Donated to the Royal Society of Sculptors: Gerald Laing, British 1936-2011- Sandra, 1968; screenprint in colours on wove, signed, titled, dated and numbered 45/200 in pencil, with the artist's blindstamp, from Baby, Baby Wild Things, published by Richard Feigen, New York, sheet 82.2 x 56.7cm (framed) (ARR)
    Estimate - £3,000- £5,000

    Kenny Scharf

  3. Lot 193: Kenny Scharf, American b.1958- Ratfinkbonerthunk, 1990; giclée print in colours on Arches wove, signed in pencil, from the unnumbered edition of 20, published by Editions Vermorel, sheet 75.5 x 55.5cm (unframed)
    Estimate - £1,000- £1,500

    Nara

  4. Lot 214: Yoshitomo Nara, Japanese b.1959- Marching on a Butterbur Leaf, 2019; offset lithographic poster in colours on wove, from the edition of 1000, published by Dallas Contemporary, sheet 46 x 61cm (unframed)
    Estimate - £600- £800

    Banksy

  5. Lot 350: Banksy, British b.1974- Peckham Rock Postcard, 2018; postcard in colours on wood postcard, produced by the British Museum with the permission of Pest Control, overall 18 x 12cm (unframed) (ARR)
    Estimate - £200- £300

 

 

 

Modern & Contemporary Prints & Multiples

Tuesday 2 November, 10am

View the fully illustrated catalogue here

Viewing Times at Roseberys 

Friday 29 October 9.30am – 5.00pm
Sunday 31 October 10.00am – 4.00pm
Monday 01 November 9.30am – 5.00pm

Please contact prints@roseberys.co.uk for condition reports and further information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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