Limited Edition Blanket
Made in Scotland
150 x 130 cm
Edition of 75
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About the edition
A new 100% superfine Cashmere wool blanket by artist Sanya Kantarovsky, produced by master Scottish craftspeople. The double–sided knitting technique achieves a design–rich finish. The front face of the blanket showcases the Kantarovsky's artwork, whilst a colourful birdseye pattern is achieved on the underside. The blanket has a noticeably soft handle and luxurious heavyweight feel.
The cashmere blanket is gift–wrapped and presented in a bespoke, embossed House of Voltaire gift box.
Free worldwide shipping, using the code HOVCASHMERE at checkout.
Sales from this special edition raise funds for The Studio Voltaire Capital Project, a transformative £2.3 million project, creating 42% more artists’ studios, renovated exhibition space and 233% new public spaces including a dedicated learning space, public garden, café and the first–ever permanent House of Voltaire.
About the artist
Sanya Kantarovsky (b. 1982, Moscow, Russia) lives and works in New York. Solo and two person exhibitions include: Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin (2017); Feral Neighbours, Stuart Shave/Modern Art (2016); London in the Gutter, Tanya Leighton, Berlin (2016); Apricot Juice, Studio Voltaire, London (2015); Gushers, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles (2015); Allergies, Casey Kaplan, New York (2014); and You Are not an Evening, GAK, Bremen (2013). Group exhibitions include Notes on Neo Camp, Studio Voltaire, London (2013). Recent special projects include Research and Reporting, KW, Berlin (2014); and LAX façade, Los Angeles (2013). Kantarovsky is represented by Marc Foxx, Los Angeles; Tanya Leighton, Berlin; and Stuart Shave/ Modern Art, London.
Studio Voltaire has been supporting artists for over twenty years, through our renowned programme of exhibitions, performances, events and education projects as well as providing affordable studios.
We have gained a reputation for championing both emerging and underrepresented artistic practices, often at key stage in the artist’s career. These have included Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, Phyllida Barlow, Ruth Ewan, Elizabeth Price, Jo Spence, Joanne Tatham & Tom O’Sullivan, Richard Slee and Cathy Wilkes.
The gallery also provides an important UK platform for international artists, often providing them their first-ever presentation in the UK. These have included Nairy Baghramian, Thea Djordjadze, Nicole Eisenman, Judith Hopf, Paulina Olowska and Henrik Olesen.