The Hepworth Wakefield Gallery
10:00 - 17:00
Image: Keith Piper, Reviewing the Future in Broken English, 2016. Screen print 42 x 59.4 cm, edition of 50.
Iniva is delighted to announce its participation in the Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair 2017 exhibiting our print collection alongside the Bluecoat, Liverpool. Celebrating the success of our jointly produced silk screen print created by Keith at the Bluecoat Print Studio, Iniva and Bluecoat will share a stand at the fair to exhibit and sell recent limited edition prints from their collections.
Iniva will be exhibiting our most recent print collection (2012-16), including the stunning diptych digital print with gold leaf All Things Considered (2015) by Nepalese artist Tsherin Sherpa. And remaining prints from short run editions by Shiraz Bayjoo and Alida Rodrigues, both produced during their residencies at Iniva in 2014-15. As well as iconic prints from the late South African artist Peter Clarke Homage to the poet Langston Hughes and Sonia Boyce’s Good Morning Freedom, both of whom had prominent solo shows at Iniva in 2013 and 2014.
Iniva print collection
Since Spring 2004 Iniva has produced limited edition prints by artists participating in its exhibition programme. This series is designed to facilitate a unique opportunity to collect affordable art by contemporary artists from a broad range of international backgrounds. All limited editions are signed, dated and numbered by the artists. Browse our prints here.
Sales of all of our prints support Iniva’s public programme.
Bluecoat print collection
The Bluecoat Print Studio is a vibrant open access printmaking facility based within the Bluecoat Gallery and studios in the heart of Liverpool City Centre. We are committed to promoting and facilitating the exploration of print via workshops, exhibitions, residencies and offering low cost rental of our studios to artists. Bluecoat creates new limited prints with its artists in residence.
The Print Fair will be held inside The Calder, The Hepworth’s converted mill space, and will feature 50 print makers, collectives and galleries from around the UK.