- Composition: Pigment print, Paper
- Details: Political, 2010 by Tom Lubbock. Digital pigment print on Somerset Velvet Enhanced 255 gsm paper. 250-piece edition plus 15 artist proofs. Stamped and dated. Print produced to celebrate his solo exhibition at Victoria Miro Gallery. A beautifully simple work, it is a wry critique on geography, power and international relations that remains relevant as ever today.
- Measurements: Height: 18.72 inches Width: 14.04 inches
- Product code:58010038AE
- Victoria Miro Gallery - One of the largest commercial spaces in London, Victoria Miro Gallery represents established names such as film and installation artist Doug Aitken, and younger talent including Conrad Shawcross; and also works with estates of artists, such as the painter Alice Neel. The gallery represents two winners of the Turner Prize: Chris Ofili, who won the prize in 1998, and the 2003 winner Grayson Perry, as well as three Turner Prize nominees: Ian Hamilton Finlay, Peter Doig and Isaac Julien. Victoria Miro first opened her gallery in Cork Street, Mayfair in 1985 and relocated to an 8,000-square-foot former furniture factory situated in northeast London in 2000. In October 2006 the gallery expanded further by opening Victoria Miro 14, a 9,000-square-foot exhibition space.
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