8 January 2021
You may not be able to visit the Zabludowicz Collection London gallery right now, but you can fill that art void by hitting our January Sale in our online shop.
Use code JAN20 at checkout for 20% off your order until 31 January.
We'll also be donating 5% of all online sales to Trussell Trust.
Browse all publications and limited edition artworks in our online shop here, and take a stroll down memory lane with some of our special items that were produced to coincide with some of our extraordinary exhibitions.
Like this one by Ed Fornieles. Midnight Special, 2016 is an artist edition produced alongside our 2016 exhibition Emotional Supply Chains which featured Fornieles’ work, Dorm Daze (2011). A video installation which featured interactions and events from a 'real' facebook page that Fornieles created for a fictional high school, on which his collaborators, adopting the personae of students, interacted and posted messages.
Shop Ed Fornieles’ Midnight Special, 2016.
Was £300, now £240 with code JAN20.
Self-taught programmer and painter Rachel Rossin works at the forefront of the artistic medium of virtual reality. Producing this edition, Heat Trace Mug, to coincide with her 2019 exhibition Stalking the Trace at the Zabludowicz Collection, London.
The exhibition presented a new iteration of The Sky is a Gap (2017), a work in virtual reality where visitors could manipulate the passage of time, and leave traces within a digital narrative. As an extension of these ideas, Rossin's Heat Trace Mug, 2019 slowly reveals motifs of the exhibition as hot water is poured.
Shop Rachel Rossin’s Heat Trace Mug, 2019.
Was £17.00, now £13.60 with code JAN20
How about a wearable art piece? Elliot Dodd’s The Manbody (Marrow), 2018 was produced with his 2017 Invites: Elliot Dodd exhibition at the Zabludowicz Collection, London. Elliot Dodd responds to the absurd and awkward nature of consumer products and contemporary masculinity. His work uses diverse points of reference, both contemporary and historical, to reflect on human desire as it is shaped through channels of technology.
Shop Elliot Dodd’s The Manbody (Marrow), 2018.
Was £50, now £40 with code JAN20