Printed organic cotton bandana in 3 designs
Each an edition of 50
45 x 45cm
Exclusive for House of Voltaire
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About the artwork
This new limited edition bandana features three different designs based on a series of distinctive watercolours by the artist. The edition is made from exceptional quality organic cotton and features hand-rolled seems and produced in the UK. Although the edition has been designed to be used and enjoyed, it would look equally wonderful as a framed edition on your wall.
About the Artist
Francis Upritchard (b. 1976, New Plymouth, New Zealand) lives and works in London. Recent solo exhibitions include Big Fish Eat Little Fish, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Belgium (2020); Centaurs and Sea Creatures, Ivan Anothony, Auckland, New Zealand (2019); Wetwang Slack, The Curve, Barbican Centre, London (2018), Christchurch Art Gallery, New Zealand (2018); Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), Melbourne (2016): Anton Kern Gallery, New York (2016); The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2014) and Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham (2012).
House of Voltaire commissions and sells unique artworks, limited edition prints and specially–commissioned homewares, objects, clothing and accessories by world–renowned contemporary artists and designers. Everything on sale is one of a kind or limited edition, and exclusive to House of Voltaire. All sales directly support not-for-profit arts organisation Studio Voltaire’s exhibition, learning and studio programmes.
The first ever permanent House of Voltaire will open at Studio Voltaire in Clapham, London in 2021 following a £2.8 million Capital Project. First established in 2010, House of Voltaire occurred biennially as a temporary store in Mayfair and has had international presentations in Miami and Melbourne. Special projects have included Jeremy Deller's Fuck Brexit and Jeremy Deller's FUCK YOU 2020 and John Booth's The Artists' Bedroom. House of Voltaire can be shopped year–round online with global shipping.