RA Editions Catalogue

Page 1

RA Editions



We are delighted to present this, our first comprehensive sales catalogue of RA Editions.  The RA Editions programme publishes an ever-evolving collection of artworks specially commissioned from Royal Academicians and invited artists. The programme has built into a rich and varied compilation of works and generates valuable revenue for the RA, in particular the RA Schools. This new catalogue brings together our current listings, featuring more than one hundred works. These include not only prints, but special publications, sculptures and more, all produced in limited editions. Each is a testament to the creativity and skill of the artists, printers, publishers and makers who produced them.

For anyone interested in discovering and purchasing contemporary art, all our editions are available to buy from the RA Shop online and Gallery X in Burlington House, as well as from a series of displays around the RA.   We can arrange framing and advise on any special requests you may have. You will find our contact details at the back of the catalogue; we would be happy to hear from you.  Please enjoy exploring and thank you for your support.

Alison Acampora Art Sales


It’s fair to say, there is nowhere quite like the RA Schools. Established in 1769 at the centre of the Academy and today delivering a free, threeyear, postgraduate studio programme. Our students become part of a rare multigenerational community of visiting artists, lecturers and RA professors. As an independent art school and a charity committed to fine-art education, we can never say thank you enough to our many generous donors, sponsors, patrons and supporters. As the newly appointed Keeper of the Royal Academy, I would like to take this opportunity to highlight the amount of collaboration that goes on inside the Schools as we strive towards self-sufficiency and so I am delighted to be able to introduce this catalogue of RA Editions. The RA Editions programme exemplifies the best kind of creative collaboration within the RA.

This wonderful enterprise originated with an idea from Eileen Cooper RA MBE (Keeper, 2011–2017), whose special talents for bringing people together and making things happen created a clever and simple conduit of mutual benefits. It was launched in 2009 with a series of etchings made within the Schools by Derek Boshier, with the works subsequently sold to raise money for the Schools. The earliest RA Editions include works made with Academicians Tracey Emin, Stephen Chambers, Vanessa Jackson, Phillip King, Chris Orr, Peter Freeth and Eileen Cooper. Like many great ideas, RA Editions is a simple but effective concept. Through it, we are able to draw from a multi-generational roll call of RAs, students, graduates and associated artists, some of whom are invited into the Schools workshops to collaborate with our specialist workshop tutors. The range of creative options encourages opportunities for artists to explore new mediums and approaches with the added bonus of offering a platform for freedom and experimentation. Students working alongside the artists benefit from interactions and insights as each project unfolds in an open and mutually supportive environment.

Collaborations, drawing upon the expertise of the print-specialist tutors, are of pivotal importance in supporting artists to realise their creative ideas and perhaps equally important, are the many conversations that spontaneously arise in the workshops, corridors or over a shared lunch time. Such collaborations establish friendships and connections between artists, students and tutors in an informal network of shared experience and support. I have witnessed at first hand the positive effect and renewed student interest in processes brought to life by visiting practitioners. Prints have been created in diverse mediums including woodcut, screenprint, etching, linocut, chine-collé, photography, digital as well as multiples utilising 3D print technology and casting processes.  I would like to take this opportunity to pay tribute to the skill and patience in the production of our wonderful and affordable RA Editions.

Cathie Pilkington RA Keeper of the Royal Academy of Arts


Artists A–Z

Artists A–H

Page

Pio Abad 1 Norman Ackroyd RA 3 Georg Baselitz Hon RA 7 Céline Baumann 9 Hannah Bays 11 Basil Beattie RA 13 Sebastian Bergne 15 Charlie Billingham 19 Petra Börner 21 Derek Boshier 23 Olwyn Bowey RA 27 John Carter RA 29 Stephen Chambers RA 31 Ann Christopher RA 33 Hen Coleman 35 Sir Peter Cook RA 37 Eileen Cooper RA 41 Sir Michael Craig-Martin RA 43 Adam Dant 45 Anne Desmet RA 47 Jennifer Dickson RA 53 Elliot Dodd 55 Peter Donaldson 57 Jennifer Durrant RA 59 Zachary Eastwood-Bloom 61 Zhang Enli 63 Anthony Eyton RA 65 Adham Faramawy 67 Stephen Farthing RA 71 Blue Firth 73 Peter Freeth RA 75 Bella Freud 77 Sir Terry Frost RA 81 Marisa J. Futernick 83 Sir Antony Gormley RA 87 Anthony Green RA 89 Mark Hampson 91 Jane Harris 93 Karoliina Hellberg 95 Gary Hume RA 97 Paul Huxley RA 101

CONTENTS

Artists J–W

Page

Bill Jacklin RA 103 Tess Jaray RA 107 Allen Jones RA 111 William Kentridge Hon RA 117 HaYoung Kim 119 Liane Lang 121 Kyla McCallum 123 Jock McFadyen RA 125 Mary Maclean 127 Chitra Merchant 129 Aino-Maija Metsola 131 Nancy Milner 133 Mick Moon RA 135 Mali Morris RA 137 Humphrey Ocean RA 141 Michael O’Reilly 147 Chris Orr RA 149 Cornelia Parker RA 153 Tom Phillips RA 155 Sarah Pickstone 157 Cathie Pilkington RA 159 Barbara Rae RA 163 David Remfry RA 167 Kustaa Saksi 169 Rebecca Salter PRA 171 Jenny Saville RA 173 William Scott RA 175 Conrad Shawcross RA 177 Bob and Roberta Smith RA 181 Emma Stibbon RA 185 Joe Tilson RA 189 Luc Tuymans 191 Maciej Urbanek 193 Bill Viola Hon RA 195 Ai Weiwei Hon RA 197 Chris Wilkinson RA 201 Richard Wilson RA 203 RA Schools 250 Digital Print Portfolio, 2019

205


Pio Abad

Pio Abad’s work mines alternative or repressed historical events and combines these with selected aesthetic phenomena. He investigates cultural events or personae, delving into their histories, drawing out associations between them and other moments, incidents or people.

Dazzler (Farrah), 2012 Digital Print Edition of 30 70.5 x 50.5 cm £450 SKU 02082584

In this print, an image that adorned the bedrooms of millions of teenage boys in the 1970s – that of pin-up star Farrah Fawcett-Majors – is deconstructed to create an iconoclastic artwork operating across a range of registers. Produced in a limited edition of 30, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

1

RA Editions


Pio Abad


Norman Ackroyd RA

Norman Ackroyd RA immerses himself in the wilderness of the landscape to paint and etch, creating intensely atmospheric work. Presented here is an RA Edition print and two Special Edition publications. This limited edition work was first shown in an exhibition of prints to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Royal Academy of Arts in 2018. A sugarlift aquatint, the piece boasts a technique of etching that gives the image a wash-like quality.

Estuary captures the view across the Stour Estuary, a body of water that borders two counties. Depicted from Manningtree on the Essex side of the estuary, the scene is viewed across the water looking north towards Suffolk. The location is about a mile downriver from Flatford Mill in Suffolk, where Constable produced many of his greatest works. The etching plate used to print this work was made in Ackroyd’s studio in Bermondsey, London, from drawings he had made at the site.

Produced as an edition of 90, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

3

RA Editions

Estuary, 2018 Etching Edition of 90 34 x 28.5 cm £540 SKU 02086935


Norman Ackroyd RA


Norman Ackroyd RA

A Line in the Water is a unique collaboration between Royal Academician Norman Ackroyd and the eminent Scottish poet Douglas Dunn. Reproductions of 80 prints are interleaved with 15 poems, including ‘Working with Norman’, based on Ackroyd and Dunn’s visit to the most northerly point of the British Isles, the Muckle Flugga lighthouse.

A Line in the Water Hardback 160 pages 24.5 x 29.5 cm McDara’s Church Etching Edition of 125 18 x 25 cm

Each book in this edition of 125 is accompanied by a copper-plate etching produced in Ackroyd’s Bermondsey studio with the assistance of the artist Niamh Clancy. McDara’s Church depicts a medieval Christian church located off County Galway in Ireland. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

£400 SKU 02066745 ISBN 9781905711529

A Shetland Notebook contains 39 watercolours selected from various journeys to the edges of the Shetland Islands in the spring and summer of 2012. Back in his Bermondsey studio, with the assistance of artist Niamh Clancy, Ackroyd uses these studies made en plein air as a foundation for creating beautiful monochrome prints.

A Shetland Notebook Hardback 80 pages 14.5 x 29 cm The Noup of Noss Etching Edition of 75 13 x 24.4 cm

Each book in this limited edition of 75 is accompanied by an etching, The Noup of Noss. Depicting the highest cliff on Shetland’s east coast, this print has the unmistakable vantage point of an artist painting from the water. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

5

£350 SKU 02081982 ISBN 9781907533907

RA Editions


Norman Ackroyd RA


Georg Baselitz Hon RA

Georg Baselitz Hon RA re-energises the tradition of selfportraiture with Farewell Bill.

Farewell Bill, 2013/2014 Etching Edition of 40 84.5 x 65 cm

This electrifying piece is a direct homage to the gestural figures of Willem de Kooning, whose primal paintings Baselitz encountered as a student in 1958.

£3500 SKU 02082578

Baselitz works instinctively and with a watercolour-like fluidity. Consistent with his established formal vocabulary, which acts to disrupt the painted subject visually and symbolically, the artist portrays himself upside down. Published in 2014 in a limited edition of 40, each etching is signed and numbered by the artist.

7

RA Editions


Georg Baselitz Hon RA


Céline Baumann

Céline Baumann is a French landscape architect based in Basel. Her eponymous studio operates in the fields of urbanism, landscape architecture and exhibition. She aims to create dynamic open spaces, informed by the interactive ecology between people and nature.

Parliament of Plants, 2019 Digital print Edition of 25 50 x 70.7 cm £450 SKU 92088205

How different would our world be if nature took power and had a voice? Would nature be better at tackling issues of race, gender, normativity, inclusivity, ecology and climate change than we are? These are the questions this highly speculative piece aims to bring to the fore. Produced as an edition of 25, each print is presented in a portfolio.

9

RA Editions


Céline Baumann


Hannah Bays

RA Schools graduate Hannah Bays’ dynamic screenprint has a strong Pop Art influence with a distinctive, contemporary edge.

Carousel, 2016 Screenprint Edition of 80 90 x 70 cm

Produced as an edition of 80, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

£600

Bays’ recent work focuses on desire as motivational force and something also open to manipulation.

SKU 02084344

Containing both abstract and figurative elements, her painting is characterised by spontaneous painterly gesture, bold lines and an affecting use of colour.

11

RA Editions


Hannah Bays


Basil Beattie RA

Basil Beattie RA’s dynamic limited edition screenprint celebrates the Academy’s 2016 Abstract Expressionism exhibition.

Broken Promises, 2016 Screenprint Edition of 30 40.5 x 32 cm

Broken Promises relates to a painting by Beattie of the same name and features his characteristic ‘stair’ motif. Beattie describes the image as having ‘psychological and emotional weight’, citing the landmark Abstract Expressionism exhibitions of the late 1950s, which profoundly influenced him at the time.

£750 SKU 02085068

Printed with oil-based inks at Advanced Graphics London, Beattie’s limited palette of black, red and grey lends this work strength and impact. Published as an edition of 30, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

13

RA Editions


Basil Beattie RA


Sebastian Bergne

British designer Sebastian Bergne is renowned for making everyday objects special with his essential and human approach to design.

Sun Burst, 2020 Screenprint Edition of 20 63.5 x 48 x 3.5 cm

This multi-faceted edition by Bergne explores a single sheet of paper as an object more than a surface. Exploring both sides of the page, the boundaries are pushed to the extreme; piercing and extending beyond the edge of the print.

£500 SKU 12090633

Working with the RA Schools, one side of this work is screen-printed with glowing, ombré colour. On the other side, a series of digitally cut incisions pierce the surface of the paper. This allows parts of the work to be folded forward to form a powerful, multi-dimensional piece referencing the Sun. Produced in a limited edition of 20, each piece is signed and numbered by the artist and presented in an RA Edition portfolio box.

15

RA Editions


Sebastian Bergne




Charlie Billingham

Charlie Billingham often produces paintings, prints and site-responsive installations using expanded approaches to painting which reference the history of the British satirical print. Untitled is a continuation of this practice.

Untitled, 2013 Relief print Edition of 125 32 x 24 cm

Billingham’s distinctly anachronistic references are merged and layered with passages of abstract and decorative painting. Other linear fragments hint at contemporary cartoon culture and a playful positioning of both historical and modern props.

£195 SKU 02082617

Produced as an edition of 125, each print is signed and numbered by the artist. This print is one of a suite of four small-scale works produced by RA Schools graduates to celebrate the opening of the Keeper’s House. Other works in the suite by Adham Faramawy, Michael O’Reilly and Nancy Milner are also available.

19

RA Editions


Charlie Billingham


Petra Börner

Petra Börner is a Swedish artist and illustrator living and working in London. She uses a diverse range of materials and techniques including works on paper, canvas, ceramics and animation. But at the heart of her practice lies her passion for drawing. Painting, drawing, sculpting or cutting into paper, she instinctively creates layers of colour and bold shapes.

Couvert, 2020 Screenprint Edition of 20 65 x 49 cm £500 SKU 92088265

This screenprint is based on a collage Börner created in 2019. Originally hand-cut in paper using a scalpel, the incisions mimic the organic movements of drawing. Layering paper on top of paper, the forms create positive and negative space, breaking down the shape of the body as pattern and exploring identity. Published in a limited edition of 20, each print is signed and numbered by the artist and is presented in a portfolio.

21

RA Editions


Petra Börner


Derek Boshier

As part of the British Pop Art movement, Derek Boshier has been drawing on media coverage as a source of inspiration since the early 1960s. This series was commissioned by Eileen Cooper RA, then Head of the Royal Academy Schools Print Department, bringing established artists into the Schools to make prints.

Celebrity Dilemma, 2009 Etching Edition of 30 38 x 28.5 cm £480 SKU 02082589

This series of etchings features six characters: the celebrity, the fashion model, the corporate executive, a transsexual, a terrorist and the depressed urbanist. All are inspired by media coverage of specific events. Produced in a limited edition of 30, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

23

RA Editions


Derek Boshier


Derek Boshier

25

Black Dog, 2009

Bender, 2009

Etching Edition of 30 38 x 28.5 cm

Etching Edition of 30 38 x 28.5 cm

£480

£480

SKU 02082587

SKU 02082586

RA Editions


Corporate Bling, 2009

Freedom Fighter, 2009

Model Citizen, 2009

Etching Edition of 30 38 x 28.5 cm

Etching Edition of 30 38 x 28.5 cm

Etching Edition of 30 38 x 28.5 cm

£480

£480

£480

SKU 02082590

SKU 02082591

SKU 02082593

Derek Boshier

26


Olwyn Bowey RA

Glasshouse in West Dean Gardens, 2016 Archival digital print Edition of 40 49 x 65 cm £490 SKU 02084365

Olwyn Bowey RA’s work is characterised by its vigorous interrogation of her subject matter, which includes flowers, fruit and cacti. Bowey studied at the Royal College of Art when Ruskin Spear, Leonard Rosoman and Carel Weight were tutors. Initially interested in portraiture, Bowey later moved to the countryside to concentrate on landscape and stilllife. One of her main sources of inspiration comes from the tradition of the artist-plantsman, particularly John Nash who was also teaching at the RCA.

The Melon House, West Dean, 2016

Presented here are two digital prints produced by Bowey, from her days spent drawing in the warmth of West Dean’s Victorian greenhouses in West Sussex.

Archival digital print Edition of 40 50 x 65 cm

Published in limited editions, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

£490

27

SKU 02084364

RA Editions


Olwyn Bowey RA


John Carter RA

Influenced by the works of European concrete and constructivist artists, John Carter RA’s printmaking is closely related to his process of developing the abstract wall objects for which he is best known.

Transition Development, Blue, Red, Black Aquatint Edition of 30 64 x 64 cm

This limited edition aquatint print was first shown in an exhibition of prints to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Royal Academy of Arts in 2018. It forms part of the Transition series which Carter has been working on since 2012.

£725 SKU 92087660

‘[The title of the series] refers to the transition, from left to right, of a channel of space which cuts into the body of the work, dividing it into two zones, one which points to the left and the other which points to the right. Two squares, one above the other, in various dimensions, are another feature of the theme.’

Produced in a limited edition of 30, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

29

RA Editions


John Carter RA


Stephen Chambers RA

The Talking Trees of England: Three Naughty Girls, 2018 Etching Edition of 40 33 x 28 cm £840 SKU 92087653

The personification of trees is at the heart of Stephen Chambers RA’s series The Talking Trees of England. Chambers’ subjects are knowing and mischievous; they provide shelter, or a place to hide, and represent longevity and the great tradition of the English countryside. This pair of etchings was produced to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Royal Academy of Arts in 2018.

The Talking Trees of England: The Old Rascal, 2018

Published as an edition of 40, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

Etching Edition of 40 33 x 28 cm

‘I have often thought that if a tree could talk it would have multiple tales to tell. They have hearts, limbs and crowns after all.’

31

£840 SKU 02086939

RA Editions


Stephen Chambers RA


Ann Christopher RA

This special edition monograph by the renowned critic Richard Cork coincided with Ann Christopher RA’s solo exhibition at the Royal Academy.

Ann Christopher Hardback 176 pages 27 x 23.5 cm

Published in a limited edition of 35, each copy is accompanied by a print, Finding Lines. Produced in collaboration with Amy-Jane Blackhall at Ink on Paper Press in Wiltshire, each intaglio print was hand-finished by Christopher, with hand-drawn graphite lines and collage.

Finding Lines Intaglio Edition of 35 24.5 x 21 cm £350 SKU 02084379 ISBN 9781912520787

‘I know little about the technical art of printmaking, but I knew what I wanted to achieve. One thing I had to ask AJ to do was to stop me working by hand on each individual print something I had often done in the past. She didn’t succeed... I added a three-dimensional paper spike and hand-drew lines on each print.’

33

RA Editions


Ann Christopher RA


Hen Coleman

Hen Coleman’s work contrasts the abundance of nature with the carefully measured environment of ideas to depict a dynamic third territory. Throughout her practice, the use of certain repeated motifs and marks hints at the examination of nature in detail.

The Falling, 2016 Etching Edition of 40 57 x 70.5 cm £840

This specially commissioned etching, produced in the RA Schools, depicts a layered natural form in a transformed state. Using chine-collé, a collage technique which uses thin pieces of Japanese paper, Coleman adds a further subtle dimension to the monochrome palette of the print.

SKU 02084338

Produced as an edition of 40, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

35

RA Editions


Hen Coleman


Sir Peter Cook RA

Sir Peter Cook RA is an English architect, lecturer and writer. As a founder member of the visionary group Archigram in the early 1960s, he helped to reimagine radically new possibilities for architecture, dismantling constructs and then reassembling them. Cook compares drawing by hand to new computer-based techniques, reasoning that while software can do amazing things, drawing by hand allows the architect to learn, communicate and experiment in a way that is irreplaceable.

Hidden City, 2020 Archival digital print Edition of 40 85 x 85 cm £2500 SKU 92088318

‘From the earliest days after graduating from the AA, I was determined to explore the edges of architecture: particularly the limits of its formal vocabulary. Drawing was the inevitable method for this.’

The RA Editions programme is proud to present this limited edition digital print. Hidden City was produced in the RA Schools from an original handcoloured, mixed media drawing. Published in a limited edition of 40, each print is signed and numbered by the artist and presented in a portfolio.

37

RA Editions


Sir Peter Cook RA




Eileen Cooper RA

Characteristic of Eileen Cooper RA’s celebratory female character, Rosa Solo is one of a series of works inspired by Akram Khan’s unique production of Giselle performed by the English National Ballet. Given access to the day-to-day workings of the dance troupe, from rehearsal through to performance, Cooper transforms first-hand experience into a body of work that captures the dynamism and passion of the dancers.

Rosa Solo, 2018 Linocut Edition of 35 73 x 57 cm £1050 SKU 02086937

This limited edition linocut was first shown in an exhibition of prints to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Royal Academy of Arts in 2018. Produced in a limited edition of 35, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

41

RA Editions


Eileen Cooper RA


Sir Michael Craig-Martin RA

We are proud to present Book (RA), a limited edition screenprint specially made by Royal Academician Sir Michael Craig-Martin.

Book (RA), 2019 Screenprint Edition of 40 60 x 60 cm

The artist’s dynamic composition references both his career as a hugely influential teacher at Goldsmiths, London, and the Royal Academy’s role as a pioneering centre for learning and debate. Carefully cropped, with its pages mid-turn, the image becomes almost abstracted.

£1800 SKU 92087929

Published in a limited edition of 40, each print is signed and numbered on the back by the artist. Craig-Martin’s multi-disciplinary practice encompasses largescale painting, installation and sculpture as well as printmaking and computer works. His work is characterised by its exploration, in deceptively simple forms, of everyday domestic objects such as lightbulbs, shoes, umbrellas and coffee cups. Using line drawing and a vibrant palette, CraigMartin’s visual language is unique.

43

RA Editions


Sir Michael Craig-Martin RA


Adam Dant

Burlington Bertie’s Shove Ha’penny, 2015 Screenprint Edition of 80 56 x 75 cm £500 SKU 02084339

Adam Dant is renowned for creating highly detailed prints, drawings and maps with elaborate narratives that trace their lineage back to the works of eighteenthcentury social commentary artists such as James Gillray and William Hogarth. Rather than creating direct political satire, Dant deploys the anecdotal and the everyday in a humorous way to reveal the slippery contingencies of contemporary life. This pair of limited edition screenprints celebrates Burlington House and 6 Burlington Gardens, home to the Royal Academy of Arts.

The Discovery of Burlington House, 2015 Screenprint Edition of 80 75 x 56 cm

Produced as editions of 80, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

£500 SKU 02084340

45

RA Editions


Adam Dant


Anne Desmet RA

New RA in Construction, 2017 Stone lithograph Edition of 25 28.5 x 65.5 cm £290 SKU 92087638

Presented here are two RA Edition prints and two Special Edition publications. These two prints by Anne Desmet RA were first shown in an exhibition of prints to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Royal Academy of Arts in 2018. Both are limited editions and each print is signed and numbered by the artist. Reflecting Desmet’s strong connection to the Royal Academy, the first work, New RA in Construction, a stone lithograph made at Hole Editions, Newcastle, celebrates the expanded RA campus via a series of studies of the 6 Burlington Gardens building site. The print reveals the artist’s exploration of the historical architecture of the building, including the entrance staircase, the inner structure of the domed ceiling in the listed British Academy Room and the imposing roof statuary. Also featured is the newly created grand lecture theatre, which in Desmet’s depiction suggests the form of an ancient amphitheatre.

47

In the second print, Skylines (London), Desmet frames London monuments in roundels, each engraved on a separate tiny boxwood block and seen as if viewed from the ground through binoculars. Iconic London buildings depicted include the Gherkin, St Bride’s Church off Fleet Street, Hawksmoor’s Christ Church, Spitalfields, and the BT Tower. Desmet intersperses these buildings with engraved studies of clouds printed in a two-colour blend.

Skylines (London), 2013 Wood engraving Edition of 60 18 x 76 cm £350 SKU 92087637

RA Editions


Anne Desmet RA




Anne Desmet RA

Experience the splendour of the Italian landscape with this jewellike pocket-sized book. Anne Desmet captures so much in tiny drawings reproduced here at actual size. This special edition copy includes a signed wood engraving print, San Severino Marche, and is presented in a chic, clothbound clamshell box. Published as an edition of 40, each is signed and numbered by the artist. This densely packed book spans 25 years of the artist’s extensive travels the length and breadth of Italy and is filled with her intensely observed drawings. Desmet specialises in wood engravings, linocuts and mixed-media collages. She became a member of the Royal Academy of Arts in May 2011 and is one of only three wood engravers to be elected as an Academician in the RA’s history.

Tour the Greek islands with Anne Desmet in this beautifully produced pocket-sized book of her keenly observed tiny drawings and vivid watercolours. This special edition copy includes a signed wood engraving print, Pelagos Revisited, and is presented in a clothbound clamshell box. Published as an edition of 40, each is signed and numbered by the artist. Every page of this delightful book – meticulously reproduced at actual size from the miniature sketchbooks that Desmet has used since her first travels to Greece in the 1980s – mirrors the warmth and colour of the country. She commits every detail to paper and the book’s small-scale format emphasises her distinctive flair for capturing the relationship between extreme foreground and distance.

Anne Desmet An Italian Journey Hardback 124 pages 10 x 14 cm San Severino Marche Wood engraving Edition of 40 16.5 x 12 cm £350 SKU 02085218 ISBN 9781912520671

Anne Desmet A Greek Journey Hardback 92 pages 10 x 14 cm Pelagos Revisited Wood engraving, linocut and stencil Edition of 40 16.6 x 12.1 cm £350 SKU 12090180 ISBN 9781912520350

51

RA Editions


Anne Desmet RA


Jennifer Dickson RA

Stone Garden: Two (Vita’s Lions, Sissinghurst), 2011 Archival inkjet print, hand tinted in watercolour Edition of 30 57.5 x 46 cm From £480 SKU 92087632

Jennifer Dickson RA is renowned for hand-tinted etchings and archival digital prints in which she captures the atmospheric pleasures of European architecture and landscape. Her imagery is characterised by vibrant colour, dramatic tonal contrasts and intense detail. Presented here are two of her hand-tinted prints. They form part of a cohesive group of garden images in which she explores the drama and beauty of several manmade historical gardens, both in the UK and beyond. Both prints are limited editions, each signed and numbered by the artist.

Stone Garden: Three (Roses for MarieAntoinette, Hadspen), 2011 Archival inkjet print, hand tinted in watercolour Edition of 30 38.5 x 51.5 cm From £480 SKU 92087630

53

RA Editions


Jennifer Dickson RA


Elliot Dodd

Working in film, computer animation, music, drawing and sculpture, Elliot Dodd’s multidisciplinary practice is dominated by his unique characters. Part human, part fantastical creature and characterised by fluorescent colour and bulbous eyes, they reside in simulated worlds that hover between reality and the virtual.

Whippy Snaggle Stack, 2017 3D-printed composite plaster Edition of 15 18 x 12 x 12 cm £895 SKU 02086534

This limited edition sculpture by the RA Schools graduate brings together a number of technologies. Dodd made a larger version of this work for the Virtually Real project at the Royal Academy in January 2017, exploring the creative possibilities of virtual reality software. Using cutting-edge technology, he started with a drawing made using Google Tilt Brush and then threedimensionally printed it. Produced as an edition of 15, each sculpture has the artist’s name, title, edition number and date printed onto it.

55

RA Editions


Elliot Ana Cuba Dodd


Peter Donaldson

The starting point for Peter Donaldson’s sculptures is ordinary everyday objects. Recomposed and re-created in new materials, these mundane items acquire a sense of the uncanny.

And Another One Bites The Dust, 2017 Jesmonite Edition of 12 42 x 22 x 15 cm

And Another One Bites The Dust – a sculptural edition commissioned by the RA Editions programme – was made by casting a giant foam hand in Jesmonite, a chalky water-based resin. Donaldson manipulates this culturally loaded object by fossilising the foam and breaking it into three parts which he reassembles in a different order. While this gives it the appearance of a damaged relic from a bygone era, the work’s title itself pays homage to a 1980 anthem by the British Rock band Queen.

£795 SKU 92087662

Produced in the RA Schools an as edition of 12, each piece is handpainted, initialled and numbered by the artist.

57

RA Editions


Peter Donaldson


Jennifer Durrant RA

Jennifer Durrant RA’s work has been praised for its symbolic resonance. The abstract forms which distinguish her work often suggest natural processes but resist definition. The paintings from her Ghirlanda series feature vertical bands of colour incorporating strips of irregularly shaped circular forms.

Untitled Woollen rug Edition of 150 180 x 120 cm £495 SKU 92088223

Exclusive to the RA, this limited edition rug features a design from the series and is produced in collaboration with Christopher Farr. Produced as an edition of 150 and delivered with a signed certificate of authenticity, each rug is hand dyed and made from 100% wool. Christopher Farr prides itself on using only the very best available yarn, dyes and weavers to produce the finest rugs and textiles. The company actively supports Care & Fair, an organisation based in India dedicated to the elimination of child labour in the rug industry and the education of children in weaving areas.

59

RA Editions


Jennifer Durrant RA


Zachary Eastwood-Bloom

Zachary Eastwood-Bloom is a London-based artist who explores the blurring space between the material and digital worlds. He works with various materials and processes as well as sound and video.

Asklepios, 2014 Jesmonite Edition of 12 27 x 14 x 14 cm

In this RA Edition, Asklepios, the Greek god of healing, is re-presented through a modern filter. Digitally manipulated and recast in Jesmonite, EastwoodBloom has created a talisman for our present age.

£1000 SKU 02082599

‘Digitisation has become a new filter through which to view the world, like when you go for an eye test and the optician inserts another lens and ask you to read the letters one more time. Only each previous lens is still in your facial armature: for some it makes the picture clearer and for others clarity is lost.’

Produced in the RA Schools as an edition of 12, each piece is signed and numbered by the artist.

61

RA Editions


Zachary Eastwood-Bloom


Zhang Enli

From familiar everyday objects in his immediate surroundings, to municipal structures in the streets of Shanghai, Zhang Enli’s works offer new perspectives on unusual details. His installations often involve fluid, painterly walls, floors and ceilings, which fully immerse the viewer while emphasising a sense of emptiness.

Line, 2018 Screenprint Edition of 60 71 x 52 cm £1100 SKU 92087782

Zhang Enli is the first Chinese artist-in-residence to take part in the RA’s residency programme in collaboration with K11 Art Foundation. This exclusive screenprint is a light yet immersive topographic study of Shanghai’s coastline, and was made in the RA Schools’ print studio during his time at the Academy. Published as an edition of 60, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

63

RA Editions


Zhang Enli


Anthony Eyton RA

Royal Academician Anthony Eyton RA’s travels throughout Europe and Asia have informed his long career as a painter. Working from life, his rich, dynamic images are dense with colour and expression.

The Bridge, Rainforest, Eden, 2009 Screenprint Edition of 30 69 x 34 cm

This vibrant screenprint captures the humidity and colour of the rainforest, inspired by Eyton’s tenyear artist’s residency at the Eden Project, Cornwall. It juxtaposes the lush jungle foliage with the characteristic architecture of the dome structure in the background.

£780 SKU 02084357

Printed at Advanced Graphics London, this screenprint has a textured and painterly quality attributable to the oil-based inks used in the printing process. Produced in a limited edition of 30, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

65

RA Editions


Anthony Eyton RA


Adham Faramawy

Adham Faramawy’s works explore tactility through digital collage. In their broader practice, they use a variety of media including video, performance, painting, sculptural installation, computer programmes and apps to test the complexities of cultural identity.

Feel Good, 2013 Digital photographic print Edition of 125 32 x 24 cm £195 SKU 02082618

Presented here are four RA Edition prints. How is it to inhabit one’s body and feel through it? Faramawy explores the question in Feel Good, the piece that won them the RA’s Keeper’s Print Prize. Produced in the RA Schools as an edition of 125, each print is signed and numbered by the artist. This print is one of a suite of four small-scale works produced by RA Schools graduates to celebrate the opening of the Keeper’s House. Other works in the suite by Nancy Miller, Michael O’Reilly and Charlie Billingham are also available.

67

RA Editions


Adham Faramawy


Adham Faramawy This Feels Awesome 1, 2016 Digital print Edition of 40 64 x 44 cm

This Feels Awesome is a vibrant, hyper-real group of prints produced in a series of experiments folding physical collage through digital processes that characterise Adham Faramawy’s practice and style.

£400 SKU 02084345

Published as editions of 40, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

This Feels Awesome 2, 2016 Digital print Edition of 40 64 x 44 cm £400 SKU 02084346

This Feels Awesome 3, 2016 Digital print Edition of 40 64 x 44 cm £400 SKU 02084347

69

RA Editions


Adham Faramawy


Stephen Farthing RA

Stephen Farthing RA’s print for the RA Editions programme continues his fascination with the drawing process, taking a domestic tree in Virginia as his subject.

A Tree in Virginia, 2016 Etching Edition of 60 75.5 x 57.5 cm

Farthing drew his first ‘tree portraits’ in the summer of 1999, in Southern France. The following year he moved to New York and halfway through the process of re-drawing the trees onto etching plates, the project was halted as a result of a studio fire. His advice on drawing trees is to “start with the very highest leaf and slowly work your way down… the trunk is the easy bit”.

£895 SKU 02084964

Produced in a limited edition of 60, each etching is signed and numbered by the artist.

71

RA Editions


Stephen Farthing RA


Blue Firth

Blue Firth’s work often uses historical narratives and explores how our perceptions can be shaped by built environments. Her prints use layering, metallic inks and textured images to create moiré effects that appear to move in and out of the page. These effects are used in conjunction with symbols and imagery from popular culture. The graphic symbolism she forms creates images which reference the ambiguity and surrealist tendencies found in everyday media.

Pa Pa Pa Pa Paa! (or however you sing it), 2012 Screenprint Edition of 50 85 x 49 cm £400 SKU 02082601

This multilayered screenprint has all the hallmarks of Firth’s visual language. Produced as an edition of 50, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

73

RA Editions


Blue Firth


Peter Freeth RA

One of the abiding themes in Peter Freeth RA’s artwork is that of past masters. In Shop Talk on Parnassus – Le Chat de Monsieur Manet Rencontre Le Chien de Monsieur Seurat, he draws on the canon of art history to create a visual metaphor for inspiration.

Shop Talk on Parnassus - Le Chat de Monsieur Manet Rencontre le Chien de Monsieur Seurat, 2011 Etching Edition of 40 74 x 62 cm

According to some, Parnassus was the home of the muses and site of the Castalian Spring, a font of inspiration. In Freeth’s capriccio a dog from Seurat’s pointillist masterpiece A Sunday on La Grande Jatte encounters a cat from a woodcut by Manet, made for the cover of a book of essays by Champfleury. The meeting is imagined in the company of birds and against a background borrowed from works by Piero, Bellini and others.

£700 SKU 02082602

Published in a limited edition of 40, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

75

RA Editions


Peter Freeth RA


Bella Freud

The daughter of Bernardine Coverley and artist Lucian Freud, and the great granddaughter of the inventor of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud, Bella Freud was born in London. She studied in Rome and trained with Vivienne Westwood before launching her eponymous brand in 1990 – with a logo designed by her father.

Naked Self Portrait, 2019 Screenprint Edition of 40 61.5 x 49.5 cm £350 SKU 12090161

Naked Self Portrait celebrates the work of Bella Freud’s father and was created exclusively for the RA to accompany the 2019 exhibition Lucian Freud: The Self-portraits. Printed in the RA Schools in a limited edition of 40, each print features hand-finished edges and is signed and numbered by the artist.

77

RA Editions


Bella Freud




Sir Terry Frost RA

Variations (Black on White) Woollen rug Edition of 150 213 x 200 cm £995 SKU 92088224

Sir Terry Frost RA (1915–2003) was one of the leading British abstract artists of his generation. In 1992 Frost was elected a Royal Academician and in 1998 he was knighted for his services to art. In 2000 the Royal Academy staged a major retrospective of Frost’s work to coincide with his 85th birthday. Presented here are two limited edition rugs featuring the abstract designs Variations (Black on White) and Red and Black Solid by the artist, produced in collaboration with Christopher Farr.

Red and Black Solid

Each rug is delivered with a signed certificate of authenticity and is handmade from 100% wool.

Woollen rug Edition of 250 150 x 107 cm

Christopher Farr prides itself on using only the very best available yarn, dyes and weavers to produce the finest rugs and textiles. The company actively supports Care & Fair, an organisation based in India dedicated to the elimination of child labour in the rug industry and the education of children in weaving areas.

81

£495 SKU 02079845

RA Editions


Sir Terry Frost RA


Marisa J. Futernick

Marisa J. Futernick is a Los Angeles-based artist and writer and a graduate of the RA Schools. Her work explores expressions of ‘Americanness’, weaving together the personal with the historical and fact with fiction. Born in the US, the artist lived in London for 15 years, during which her work became increasingly focused on her home country. She uses a variety of media including photography, film and video, installation, writing, radio, and painting; with the combination of text and image a regular feature throughout.

In works such as this, Futernick tells stories about the promise of the ‘American Dream’, addressing issues of class, progress, and real estate. This photograph features in the artist’s book How I Taught Umberto Eco to Love the Bomb, which accompanies the print. Featuring real-life cultural critics as fictional characters, How I Taught Umberto Eco to Love the Bomb is the tale of a California road trip, with Futernick serving as driver, tour guide, and American optimist. The book combines original colour photographs with a short story by the artist. Published in a limited edition of 40, each print and book is signed and numbered by the artist.

83

RA Editions

Madonna Inn, 2014 Archival fine art print from 35mm slide Edition of 40 77.5 x 109.5 cm How I Taught Umberto Eco to Love the Bomb, 2015 Hardback artist’s book 68 pages 17.8 x 17.8 cm £600 Published by RA Editions & California Fever Press SKU 02082603


Marisa J. Futernick




Sir Antony Gormley RA

Published to coincide with Sir Antony Gormley RA’s exhibition at the Royal Academy, this special edition catalogue features an exclusive etching. Produced in a limited edition of 100, each is signed and numbered by the artist and presented in a clothbound clamshell box. HOLD, an etching on 39gsm Hoskawa paper, was printed and folded by the artist and master printer Pete Kosowicz at Thumbprint Editions in Camberwell.

Antony Gormley Hardback 272 pages 30 x 28 cm HOLD, 2019 Etching Edition of 100 91 x 61 cm £3000

The exhibition catalogue showcases striking installation photography within the galleries of Burlington House, along with contributions from cosmologist Priyamvada Natarajan, author Jeanette Winterson and co-curator Martin Caiger-Smith.

87

SKU 12089883 ISBN 9781912520329

RA Editions


Sir Antony Gormley RA


Anthony Green RA

This special edition monograph celebrates Anthony Green RA’s 2017 exhibition The Life and Death of Miss Dupont, and the 40th anniversary of his election as a Royal Academician.

Anthony Green Painting Life Hardback 208 pages 28 x 24 cm

Featuring exquisite reproductions of his inimitable paintings and text by Martin Bailey, this title charts the developments in Green’s intertwined personal and artistic lives.

Anthony Green Etching Edition of 50 26.4 x 23 cm

Published in a limited edition of 50, each book includes an etching, signed and numbered by the artist.

£500 SKU 02085482 ISBN 9781912520770

The prints are hand-coloured with watercolour, making each one unique. Produced at The Print Studio with Kip Gresham.

89

RA Editions


Anthony Green RA


Mark Hampson

Madame, 2014 Etching Edition of 40 48 x 38 cm £480 SKU 02082604

Madame and Monsieur are a pair of fictional portraits of fantastical artists created by Mark Hampson. They have their origins in a larger family of anachronistic figures entitled Keepers of the Creative Muse [they also paint caves]. Created by a merger of digital and autographic drawings and processing through solar etching plates, they are then inked by hand in single colours and embossed. Although a committed printmaker and painter since his graduation from the Royal College of Art in 1992, Hampson considers this pair to be the first true etchings he has professionally published.

Monsieur, 2014 Etching Edition of 40 48 x 38 cm

Both prints are produced in an edition of 40, with each print signed and numbered by the artist.

£480 SKU 02082606

91

RA Editions


Mark Hampson


Jane Harris

Contemporary British painter Jane Harris is known for using the ellipse as a recurring motif in her paintings and works on paper. A geometric form, the ellipse can be perceived simultaneously as a flat shape on the picture surface and a circle in perspective, creating formal and spatial ambiguities. These ever-changing relationships between surface, light, form and space have been a preoccupation for over 30 years. Through her meticulous process, she creates intense and seductive works that have been poetically termed as ‘Rococo Minimalism’.

The Parting, 2012 Embossed screenprint Edition of 30 57 x 76 cm £750 SKU 02082607

The Parting, Harris’ first printed artwork, features a double reversed emboss and bears the signature qualities of her paintings – elliptical forms, mirroring pairs and boldly luminous colour. Produced in a limited edition of 30, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

93

RA Editions


Jane Harris


Karoliina Hellberg

Attention to detail, versatile painting and printing techniques and a skilled use of colour are strong qualities of Karoliina Hellberg’s work.

Lökar (Onions), 2019 Silkscreen Edition of 25 29.7 x 42 cm

Lökar (Onions) was made specially to accompany the Helene Schjerfbeck exhibition at the Royal Academy. Hellberg employs her distinctive detailed and layered approach to this newly imagined interior. A selection of literal references to Schjerfbeck’s works, which Hellberg finds most personally meaningful, can be found throughout the composition.

£250 SKU 12086779

‘Schjerfbeck was so versatile, the self-portraits and landscapes come to mind very quickly when thinking of her work, but I also find her still-lifes extremely sensitive and beautiful.’

Produced in a limited edition of 25, each work is presented in a portfolio. This print is among a group of three works celebrating Finnish artists. Other works by Kustaa Saksi and Aino-Maija Metsola are also available.

95

RA Editions


Karoliina Hellberg


Gary Hume RA

Candy, 2021 Silkscreen and woodblock Edition of 40 52.3 x 38.2 cm £1800 SKU 92088367

The RA Editions programme is pleased to present these two exciting limited edition prints by Gary Hume RA. The recurring theme is nature, in all its forms: from the initial desire to create, to the inspiration behind the prints. Hume embraces the spontaneous nature of the woodblock technique, where mis-registration and accidents are ‘part of the beauty’. Published in the RA Schools’ print studio with printmaker Leigh Clarke, both prints are produced as an edition of 40, each signed and numbered by the artist.

Mum, 2021 Silkscreen and woodblock Edition of 40 50.4 x 39 cm

‘What’s really lovely about doing these prints is after placing the different wood blocks in, a slight twist one way or another is just remarkable and makes each one unique…so while you’re printing you’re still drawing.’

97

£1800 SKU 92088368

RA Editions


Gary Hume RA




Paul Huxley RA

Atlas, 2018 Silkscreen Edition of 40 62 x 67.8 cm £980 SKU 02086933

‘Following a set of large wall drawings I made in Venice I began a series of works playing with balancing and toppling geometric shapes giving a sense of precariousness and suspense.

This limited edition print by Paul Huxley RA was first shown in an exhibition of prints to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Royal Academy of Arts in 2018. It is a five-colour silkscreen print produced as an edition of 40, each signed and numbered by the artist. Paul Huxley’s multi-disciplinary practice includes painting, sculpture and printmaking. The image for the print is one of a series that has its origins in a large wall drawing that the artist made for the 2015 Venice Biennale.

101

I discovered that this format with its implied sculptural manifestation could seem sinister at times, as was my first intention in shapes of varying proportions to illustrate impending climate catastrophe, but also playful and entertaining at other times evoking acrobatic performances’

RA Editions


Paul Huxley RA


Bill Jacklin RA

Sheep Meadow NYC I, 2013 Etching Edition of 40 28 x 25.5 cm £540 SKU 02082610

Bill Jacklin RA studied graphics in Walthamstow, London. He worked as a graphic designer before turning to painting in the early 1960s, studying at the Royal College of Art. Initially concerned with abstraction, Jacklin moved towards figurative work in the mid-1970s after relocating to New York. Recording ‘people involved in their passions’, Jacklin examines the flow of forms and the play of light.

Sheep Meadow NYC II, 2013

Presented here are two RA Edition prints and a Special Edition catalogue.

Etching Edition of 40 28 x 25.5 cm

This pair of etchings is drawn from various sketches Jacklin made over the years while observing Sheep Meadow, a large lawn in Central Park, New York. The works explore the relationship between the figures in the park, their shadows and the patterns that are created.

£540 SKU 02082612

‘I always thought of the city as an arena, the light shining down is my spotlight, in which I can create my own drama.’

Produced in a limited edition of 40, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

103

RA Editions


Bill Jacklin RA


Bill Jacklin RA

This special edition publication accompanied the first ever retrospective of Bill Jacklin’s graphic works at the RA. Featured in this volume is The Rink, a quintessential Jacklin etching capturing the energy and essence of Central Park.

Bill Jacklin: Graphics Hardback 160 pages 29 x 23 cm The Rink

Written by Nancy Campbell with an introduction by Jill Lloyd and a printmaking glossary by Michael Barratt.

Etching Edition of 50 22.2 x 27.9 cm

Published in a limited edition of 50, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

£600 SKU 02084585 ISBN 9781910350409

‘The print is one of a long line of graphic interpretations of skaters, where patterns are found in their silhouettes and shadows. The original image came from sketches I made at the Wollman Rink in 1989 as the sun was setting over the buildings on Central Park South.’

105

RA Editions


Bill Jacklin RA


Tess Jaray RA

Stacks, Blue Digital print Edition of 20 42 x 28 cm £400 SKU 02083300

Tess Jaray RA’s work is characterised by the enigmatic interaction of colour and form. Her use of bold colour creates a subtle pulsating effect, compelling the eye to adjust constantly between stacks and background. The work’s perfectly flat surface ensures nothing intrudes upon the viewer’s experience and creates a similar effect to Jaray’s paintings and screenprints.

Stacks, Red

Presented here are two RA Edition prints and a Special Edition publication.

Digital print Edition of 20 42 x 28 cm

In Stacks, Blue and Stacks, Red, Jaray repeats an arrow-like motif to disorient the viewer and suggest spatial ambiguities.

£400 SKU 02083301

Both digital prints are produced in a limited edition of 20, each signed and numbered by the artist.

107

RA Editions


Tess Jaray RA


Tess Jaray RA

The metaphysical Threshold drawings of Tess Jaray are the subject of this beautifully crafted book. Published by the RA as an edition of 25, each book presents a unique silkscreen print, Drop, Yellow, individually signed and numbered by the artist.

Tess Jaray: Thresholds Hardback 37 pages 30 x 28 cm Drop, Yellow

Drop, Yellow is one of a series of images created by Jaray in response to this transient moment.

Silkscreen Edition of 25 26 x 28.7 cm £450 SKU 02080169 ISBN 9781907533587

‘There is one particular movement that some small birds make which can only be described as a drop. It is not flight, because their wings are closed. It is not quite falling, because that seems uncontrolled, and their drop is perfectly controlled. It is a little as though they have the finest of invisible strings attached to ensure the lightest of landings’

109

RA Editions


Tess Jaray RA


Allen Jones RA

Presented here is an RA Edition print, an edition lamp and a Special Edition publication.

Plein Air, 2017 Woodcut Edition of 50 49 x 38.5 cm

This limited edition woodblock print was created by Allen Jones RA in response to the Academy’s 2017 Matisse in the Studio exhibition.

£650

Although the visual language and pistachio palette are both inspired by Matisse’s work, the source material for this image can be found in the metal screens or ‘moon gates’ that Jones has made for various rural sites in the UK including Chatsworth House. The linear design around a circular void lends itself perfectly to framing a vista. In this print, Jones’ characteristically sensual figures surround the negative space; the small still-life in the corner of the design is a direct homage to Matisse.

SKU 02086291

Produced in the RA Schools as an edition of 50, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

111

RA Editions


Allen Jones RA


Allen Jones RA

Designed collaboratively by Allen Jones and designer Lola Lely, Red Lamp is an exclusive edition created to celebrate Jones’ 2015 retrospective at the Royal Academy.

Red Lamp, 2014 Wood and linen Edition of 50 44.5 x 40 x 40 cm

Having previously worked on a project at London Design Festival, the artist and designer teamed up again to create this piece, inspired by Jones’ Aram Designs floor lamp from1985. Combining contemporary practices and materials with traditional techniques, a mass-produced domestic object is transformed into an artwork.

£595 SKU 02082552

Produced in a limited edition of 50, each lamp is individually spray-painted and screen-printed by hand. Signed and numbered by the artist on an accompanying card and presented in a screenprinted box.

113

RA Editions


Allen Jones RA


Allen Jones RA

Tracing the sharp and satirical work of Allen Jones, this catalogue is a journey from the swinging sixties to the present day.

Allen Jones Hardback 160 pages 29 x 24.5 cm

Published to accompany Jones’ major retrospective at the Royal Academy in 2014, this special edition catalogue features the silkscreen Dancers.

Dancers Silkscreen Edition of 50 24 x 20 cm

Published in a limited edition of 50, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

£500 SKU 02082726 ISBN 9781910350157

115

RA Editions


Allen Jones RA


William Kentridge Hon RA

The RA Editions programme is proud to present The Pool Ahead is Not to be Trusted, a limited edition print by William Kentridge Hon RA. A sugarlift aquatint, the technique enables the artist to etch beautiful marks similar to brush-strokes into the plate. Rooted in Kentridge’s recent project The Head & the Load, ‘The Pool Ahead is not to be Trusted’ is a line from the project’s accompanying libretto. A stage piece of recorded music and voice, performance, shadows and projection, it was first presented at the Tate Turbine Hall in 2018. Produced as an edition of 40, each work is signed and numbered by the artist.

117

‘The Head & the Load is about Africa and Africans in the First World War, that is to say about the contradictions and paradoxes of colonialism that were heated and compressed by the circumstances of the war. It is about historical incomprehension (and inaudibility and invisibility). The colonial logic towards the black participants could be summed up as, “Lest their actions merit recognition, their deeds must not be recorded.” The Head & the Load aims to recognise and record those deeds.’

RA Editions

The Pool Ahead is Not to be Trusted, 2019 Etching Edition of 40 45 x 50 cm £3800 SKU 92087927


William Kentridge Hon RA


HaYoung Kim

HaYoung Kim examines the notion that people are losing some part of their humanity and individuality by participating in a high technology society. Are we becoming, as she calls them, ‘characterless characters’?

Cyborgs, 2012 Screenprint Edition of 35 63 x 59.5 cm

In this screenprint, Kim continues her exploration of how the cold, rational and ‘intelligent’ logic of technology can create vulnerability and fragility in people.

£450 SKU 02082616

Produced in a limited edition of 35, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

119

RA Editions


HaYoung Kim


Liane Lang

Liane Lang merges sculpture and photography to re-present the Albert Memorial, and the imperial, self-aggrandising tendencies it embodies, provocatively.

Europe (Albert Memorial), 2011 Etching Edition of 30 32 x 42 cm

Lang’s works often examine and question the credibility of museum artefacts and the narratives they attempt to tell, particularly figurative sculptures and political monuments. In Europe (Albert Memorial), she continues her interrogation through visual puns, making the original work more relevant to the twenty-first century. Besieged by rising seas, Germany holds a bucket, and Europe a bag of money – mockingly to evoke both flooding and catastrophic debt.

£500 SKU 02082613

Produced in a limited edition of 30, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

121

RA Editions


Liane Lang


Kyla McCallum

Kyla McCallum is a paper artist and the founder of Foldability studio in London. She creates art, set design, bespoke installations and sculptures inspired by origami and geometry. This paper sculpture takes inspiration from her first origami piece made in 2009: a scaled model design for a treehouse suspended in the woods.

Entwine, 2020 Paper sculpture Edition of 5 37 x 50 cm £1500 SKU 92088317

Made from two separate pieces of folded paper, Entwine is similarly architectural. The paper pages rise from flat sheets into rippling and dense combinations of folds, curving and intertwining, commanding different viewpoints. Produced in a limited edition of 5.

123

RA Editions


Kyla McCallum


Jock McFadyen RA

Discover the colourful life and work of one of today’s foremost figurative painters of urban life, Jock McFadyen RA. This special edition monograph includes Calton Hill 3, a digital print on board with hand colouring.

Jock McFadyen Hardback 160 pages 30 x 24 cm Calton Hill 3

Written by the award-winning architecture critic Rowan Moore, this generously illustrated book creates a fascinating portrait of the painter. An in-depth analysis of his work is intertwined with stories from his eventful life.

Digital print on board with hand colouring Edition of 50 43 x 32.9 cm

Published in a limited edition of 50, each is signed and numbered by the artist.

125

£700 SKU 12086747 ISBN 9781910350911

RA Editions


Jock McFadyen RA


Mary Maclean

The RA Editions programme is pleased to present this photogravure print by the artist, photographer and lecturer Mary Maclean (1962–2018).

Outcomes May Vary #1, 2017 Etching Edition of 40 53 x 68 cm

This characteristically monochrome print uses as its starting point a photograph of a traditional blackboard. The versatility of the photogravure technique, a contemporary form of etching, allows the artist to create a dynamic image rich in texture, tone and varied mark-making.

£500 SKU 02085926

‘Outcomes May Vary #1 is a continuation of my investigation into institutional space and sites of exchange. The image speculates on the ambiguities of a casual gesture of erasure and the fragmentary remains of information.’

Produced in a limited edition of 40, Outcomes May Vary #1 reflects many of the themes and processes Maclean explored in her practice.

127

RA Editions


Mary Maclean


Chitra Merchant

In much of her work Chitra Merchant uses ancient Indian historical sites as a source of inspiration to develop imagined structures. This limited edition screenprint, produced exclusively for RA Editions, continues that theme.

Devakad – Remembered, 2019 Screenprint Edition of 30 56 x 56 cm

Devakad – Remembered is part of a body of work inspired by Merchant’s trip to India. During this journey she was able to visit some of the forests of Karnataka and Kerala, in particular the Devakads and sacred groves found on the Western Ghats. The depicted building is a composite image of a working temple in the Kodagu district of southern India together with ancient animistic deities. The Dravidian-style architecture of the temple features in many buildings in this region.

£350 SKU 92087933

‘Local custom dictates that no one is allowed to forage or cultivate within these forests as they are protected and presided over by deities. Apart from them being a model for biodiversity and conservation, I am interested in these spaces for their wildness and inherent mystery.’

Printed at Spike Print Studio in Bristol as an edition of 30, each is signed and numbered by the artist.

129

RA Editions


Chitra Merchant


Aino-Maija Metsola

Aino-Maija Metsola creates vibrant paintings, patterns and illustrations using a combination of materials and techniques from watercolour to ink, markers and gouache. This print was specially commissioned by the RA Editions programme to accompany the Helene Schjerfbeck exhibition at the Royal Academy. To create this painterly piece, Metsola drew inspiration both from Schjerfbeck’s work and life as well as her own.

Untitled, 2019 Giclée Edition of 25 42 x 29.7 cm £250 SKU 12086778

‘I remember loving Helene Schjerfbeck’s work since I was a teenager. I think it was my grandmother who introduced her to me. My grandmother was a very curious person and always interested in arts and culture.’

Produced in a limited edition of 25, each piece is presented in a portfolio. This print is among a group of three works celebrating Finnish artists. Other works by Kustaa Saksi and Karoliina Hellberg are also available.

131

RA Editions


Aino-Maija Metsola


Nancy Milner

In what is Nancy Milner’s first foray into printmaking, this work stays true to her painting practice. Milner works out colour and composition through a slow process of building and layering. The Royal Academy’s Keeper’s Print Prize award offered Milner the first experience of working in a printed medium. The resulting etching, produced using multiple plates and repeat layerings of coloured inks, dramatically shifts the scale and speed of her painterly approach by creating an intensity of image and intimacy of mark making that is a unique consequence of the etching technique.

Untitled, 2013 Etching Edition of 125 32 x 24 cm £195 SKU 02082619

Produced in the RA Schools in a limited edition of 125, each print is signed and numbered by the artist. This print is one of a suite of four small-scale works produced by RA Schools graduates to celebrate the opening of the Keeper’s House. Other works in the suite by Adham Faramawy, Michael O’Reilly and Charlie Billingham are also available.

133

RA Editions


Nancy Milner


Mick Moon RA

Published to coincide with a major show at Alan Cristea Gallery in London, this volume by the late Mel Gooding is a comprehensive survey of Mick Moon RA’s career. Moon’s paintings and prints combine a wide variety of media and techniques in complex layers. More recently, photographic elements have formed part of his practice, along with textural materials such as wood and cloth, which the artist combines with ink and paint.

Mick Moon Hardback 160 pages 30 x 24 cm Back and Forth Silkscreen Edition of 50 23 x 23 cm £700

For this special edition, Moon has created a silkscreen print Back and Forth. Co-published by the Royal Academy and Advanced Graphics London as an edition of 50, each is signed and numbered by the artist and presented in a clamshell box.

135

SKU 02088188 ISBN 9781912520480

‘I liked the simplicity of the image reflecting the simplicity of the process.’

RA Editions


Mick Moon RA


Mali Morris RA

Ruby Tuesday, 2011 Screenprint Edition of 34 56 x 68 cm £700 SKU 02082352

‘Printing is totally different from painting, and I have found this contrast useful to think about. I imagined it to be like painting back to front, or inside out, and with less freedom to play. Instead it has brought other, unexpected, possibilities.

Mali Morris RA’s experiments with colour, layering, and pictorial space have made her one of the most intriguing abstract artists working in Britain today. Presented here is an RA Edition print and a Special Edition publication. Mali Morris translates her painterly preoccupations with colour, light and space – and how these relate to experience – into the medium of screenprint. Ruby Tuesday was produced in the RA Schools in collaboration with Hen Coleman.

The crucial moment was when I asked for a second red over the top right rectangle. I had planned for further stages, more shapes, but that move suddenly opened up the space and everything clicked into place, so I decided it was finished.’

The concentrated composition of the piece engages the viewer in the contemplation of pure abstraction, in which colour relationships create luminosity, and set up rhythms and layers across the page. Published in a limited edition of 34, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

137

RA Editions


Mali Morris RA


Mali Morris RA

This is the first comprehensive publication dedicated to Mali Morris’ paintings, covering the last forty years. Prefaced by the late Mel Gooding, the book also features an insightful essay by Sam Cornish that evaluates the influence and importance of Morris’ work, as well as writings by the artist.

Mali Morris: Painting Hardback 160 pages 29 x 24 cm Calling Screenprint Edition of 50 21.7 x 29.7 cm

Each book in this limited edition of 50 features an original screenprint, Calling, individually signed and numbered by the artist.

£450

The process of making this print was a considered one for Morris: ‘I made very many studies in paint and collage to arrive at this configuration and palette, trying out a range of colours and scales, finding out how the space is changed by every tiny difference. Everything matters, every edge, every density, every interval and every relationship. At the same time I wanted a directness of handling – for the forms to go down with an immediacy of touch.’

139

SKU 02088186 ISBN 9781912520282

RA Editions


Mali Morris RA


Humphrey Ocean RA

Yellow Chair, 2018 Screenprint Edition of 30 75.5 x 56 cm £995 SKU 92087802

‘The chair is a most intimate piece of furniture, more public and shared than a bed.’

Humphrey Ocean RA is very much a convert to print. In 2003 the artist began work on his first small box-set of aquatints, based on his Dot Book drawings. He soon went on to make his larger Love Chair etchings. Today, the medium is one of his favourite forms of expression. Presented here are two RA Edition prints and a Special Edition publication. The first print, Yellow Chair, is drawn from Ocean’s many drawings, paintings and prints of chairs that can be interpreted as a form of portrait.

After Dark, 2018 Woodcut Edition of 40 49.5 x 57 cm

The second, After Dark, is an intensely atmospheric yet characteristically playful woodblock, featuring a house at night, a recurring image for the artist.

£850 SKU 02082580

Both are produced in limited editions, each signed and numbered by the artist.

141

RA Editions


Humphrey Ocean RA




Humphrey Ocean RA

‘In 1993 I saw a puffin and that was it.’

A Book of Birds by Humphrey Ocean

Ever since this inspiring moment, Humphrey Ocean has been attracted by the unusual behaviour and colours of birds, finding everyday British garden visitors in all their variety quite as exotic as those he sees in the hedgerows and lake near where he stays in Africa.

Hardback 64 pages 15 x 21 cm Tufted Duck Digital print Edition of 250 15 x 21 cm

Drawing from Ocean’s notebooks, this book mirrors the charming collection of paintings and sketches the artist has made over the years.

£75 SKU 12089991 ISBN 9781912520541

This special publication includes the print Tufted Duck. Each is signed by the artist and printed in an open edition.

145

RA Editions


Humphrey Ocean RA


Michael O’Reilly

In his printmaking debut, Michael O’Reilly combines the medium’s expressive and gestural potential with elements from his painting practice.

Cotton Mouth, 2013 Screenprint Edition of 120 24 x 32 cm

O’Reilly’s imaginary and sometimes idyllic landscapes resemble real scenarios in which he places mystifying objects and figures relating to personal memories and conflicting feelings. His work intends to articulate close sensory experiences. Found photographs, as well as everyday encounters and journeys, provide the inspiration for O’Reilly’s work.  Produced in the RA Schools in a limited edition of 120, each is signed and numbered by the artist.

£195 SKU 02082620

This print is one of a suite of four small-scale works produced by RA Schools graduates to celebrate the opening of the Keeper’s House. Other works in the suite by Adham Faramawy, Nancy Milner and Charlie Billingham are also available.

147

RA Editions


Michael O’Reilly


Chris Orr RA

The virtuosic works of Chris Orr RA revel in the surreal comedy of human life, juxtaposing the everyday and the extraordinary with playful humour and an acute eye for detail. Presented here is an RA Edition print and a Special Edition publication. Part of The Miserable Lives of Fabulous Artists series and first shown in a 2018 exhibition of the same name, this lithograph by Chris Orr celebrates the 250th anniversary of the Royal Academy of Arts.

149

The series of paintings, also published as a monograph by the RA, features some of the great names from art history including Pablo Picasso, Frida Kahlo and Hokusai, among others. Using his characteristically humorous visual language, Orr portrays each artist in scenarios that elaborate inventively upon wellknown elements of their life and work. Looking beyond, Orr’s work engages with the modern city and the social interactions that shape it. Produced in a limited edition of 50, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

RA Editions

Zoomania, 2018 Lithograph Edition of 50 56 x 77 cm £870 SKU 92087658

‘Leonora Carrington imagined people as untamed beasts. As a student I read her short stories and shoved them to the back of my mind. I rediscovered them in 2017 and found that I had, unbeknown to myself, been using elements of them in my work for years.’


Chris Orr RA


Chris Orr RA

With a foreword by his long-time friend and collector Michael Palin and a fine text by the author Robert Hewison, this book explores Chris Orr’s influences and significant contribution as an artist and teacher.

Chris Orr The Making of Things Hardback 238 pages 27 x 26 cm

This special edition of the book features the print Brittania on the Move. A hand-coloured engraving, it is published in a limited edition of 30, individually signed and numbered by the artist.

Brittania on the Move Hand-coloured engraving Edition of 30 25.5 x 25.5 cm £350 SKU 02080674 ISBN 9781907533655

‘One thing this book reminds me most forcibly is how prolific Chris has been. His appetite for looking at the world seems never to have diminished. There’s always something new to be looked at and experienced and digested and made sense of.’ Michael Palin

151

RA Editions


Chris Orr RA


Cornelia Parker RA

An everyday object is transformed into a curious and engaging image in this striking polymer photogravure etching by Cornelia Parker RA.

Beautiful Glass (Broken), 2015 Etching Edition of 70 26 x 28 cm

Parker is known for her practice of destroying objects only to recreate and transform the remnants, changing both their appearance and contextual meaning. In this print, the glass is broken and exposed to ultraviolet light in order to create a photographic positive. This medium creates a powerful image formed of sharp and blurred edges in the monochrome tones which characterise Parker’s work.

£1080 SKU 02084296

Produced in a limited edition of 70, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

153

RA Editions


Cornelia Parker RA


Tom Phillips RA

This silkscreen print by Tom Phillips RA is from a series in which he responds to the life and work of writers who have inspired him. The combination of mesmerising mark-making and response to selected snippets from literature are characteristic of Phillips’ thought-provoking imagery.

Beckett Again: I Can’t Go On, 2018 Silkscreen Edition of 75 45 x 37.5 cm £750 SKU 92087635

The subject of this work, derived from the last section of Samuel Beckett’s novel The Unnamable, is both a tribute to the author and the paradoxical impulses of a creative pursuit.

‘You know that lovely line of Beckett – “I can’t go on, I’ll go on” – that’s how it feels.’

Published as an edition of 75, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

155

RA Editions


Tom Phillips RA


Sarah Pickstone

Eighteen separately screened layers make up this stunning edition by Sarah Pickstone.

Angelica, 2019

Paying homage to one of the only two female Founding Members of the Royal Academy, Pickstone’s work is a direct response to Angelica Kauffman’s four painted roundels displayed on the ceiling of the Front Hall at Burlington House. Borrowing elements from all four paintings, Pickstone creates a free and open image.

£750

Screenprint Edition of 50 42 x 53 cm

SKU 92087931

‘It felt like a collaboration with Kauffman herself and above all a celebration of the creative spirit that is at the heart of the Royal Academy.’

Produced in the RA Schools as an edition of 50, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

157

RA Editions


Sarah Pickstone


Cathie Pilkington RA

Bright Birds, 2015 Photogravure etching Edition of 40 31 x 36 cm £400 SKU 02083298

The Consolations of Nature, 2015 Photogravure etching Edition of 40 31 x 36 cm

The RA Editions programme is proud to present The Consolations of Nature, a suite of four etchings printed in the RA Schools with Simon Lawson, during Cathie Pilkington RA’s time as Professor of Sculpture.

£400 SKU 02083296

In this series, Pilkington uses the process of etching to transform a group of origami animals and toys into sculptural propositions. The rich, painterly effects are achieved by using the à la poupée technique, whereby different colours are applied and hand wiped on each plate.

Origami Goat, 2015 Photogravure etching Edition of 40 30.5 x 36.5 cm £400 SKU 2083299

These four prints are produced in an edition of 40, with each print signed and numbered by the artist.

Unicorn, 2015 Photogravure etching Edition of 40 32.5 x 37 cm £400 SKU 02083297

159

RA Editions


Cathie Pilkington RA




Barbara Rae RA Ice Track – Baffin Island, 2018 Etching Edition of 40 54 x 46 cm £1795 SKU 92087749

Presented here is an RA Edition print and three Special Edition publications. This etching is one of a series of work originating from Dr Barbara Rae CBE RA RSA RE’s inspirational travels through the Arctic. Following a path taken by her namesake, Dr John Rae, Barbara Rae has now made several journeys to the Arctic Ocean. Her practice involves taking photographs, making sketches and small paintings in her cabin, and completing larger works in her Edinburgh studio upon her return. The specific location of this piece, Baffin Island, is the largest island in Arctic Canada, known for its dramatic scenery, wildlife and Inuit culture.

In 2015 Rae followed in the footsteps of explorer Dr John Rae on a journey through Greenland. In this impressive publication, with fine texts by Duncan Macmillan, Tom Muir and Tagak Curley, the reader is immersed in the frozen landscape of the Arctic. To accompany this special edition of the book, Rae created the etching, Sea Ice – Bellot Strait. Published in a limited edition of 30, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

‘There is so much unexpected colour in glaciers, icebergs and icecaps. Evening skies were a painter’s heaven: strips of pink, orange and yellow set against indigo sea.’

Barbara Rae The Northwest Passage Hardback 144 pages 29 x 23.5 cm Sea Ice – Bellot Strait, 2018

Produced in a limited edition of 40, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

Etching Edition of 30 19.7 x 19.7 cm £500 SKU 02088190 ISBN 9781912520657

163

RA Editions


Barbara Rae RA


Barbara Rae RA

The sketchbooks of Barbara Rae provide themes and motifs for her paintings and prints. This publication draws its rich content from those sketchbooks and is contextualised through insightful interviews and texts by Gareth Wardell and Richard Cork. This special edition of the book includes the etching Skipness. Produced as an edition of 100, the prints are individually signed and numbered by the artist.

‘Skipness evolved from studies on the peninsula of Kintyre on the west coast of Scotland. I was drawn to this area because of its proximity to Kilmartin, which has the most important concentration of Neolithic and Bronze Age remains in mainland Scotland, spanning 5,000 years.’

In this first comprehensive study of Rae’s prints, Andrew Lambirth charts her development as a printmaker from her early experiments at Edinburgh College of Art to her recent collaboration with Coriander Studios. While the significant relationship with her painting is demonstrated, it is Rae’s unwavering commitment to printmaking as an independent and important medium, and her continued experimentation with its methods and materials, that distinguish her work. Included in this special edition of the book is Achill, an exclusive etching inspired by Rae’s yearly travels to the far west coast of County Mayo in Ireland. Published in a limited edition of 100, the prints are individually signed and numbered by the artist.

Barbara Rae: Sketchbooks Hardback 148 pages 29 x 23.5 cm Skipness, 2011 Etching Edition of 100 19 x 24.2 cm £450 SKU 02078888 ISBN 9781907533181

Barbara Rae: Prints Hardback 160 pages 29 x 23.5 cm Achill, 2010 Etching Edition of 100 19 x 26.5 cm £450 SKU 02077529 ISBN 9781905711864

165

RA Editions


Barbara Rae RA


David Remfry RA

David Remfry RA has long been fascinated by the relationships that develop between dogs and their owners. This book features drawings of dogs and their often famous owners, made in Remfry’s studio in the Chelsea Hotel in New York and in London.

The book features Alan Cumming and his rescue dog Honey; Susan Sarandon and her diva-like Pomeranians, Penny and Rigby; Agnes Gund and her Wheaten Terriers, Tina, Giotto and Bronzino; Laura Kaplan and her Dachshund Oscar; and Ethan Hawke and Nina.

At the beginning of We Think the World of You, Remfry recalls a conversation he overheard in a gym locker room in New York. One young man asks his friend: ‘So, how are you getting on with her?’ The friend replies: ‘I am consumed by her. I think of her all day. I’m desperate to see her. I’m so in love with her it scares me.’ Who is the object of this man’s affection, Remfry wonders? Then, the first man asks: ‘Is she your first dog?’ The anecdote perfectly illustrates the special love dog-owners have for their dogs, a relationship that Remfry has been drawing for many decades.

This special edition is presented with the print Dog Talk.

167

Produced in a limited edition of 50, each etching is signed and numbered by the artist.

David Remfry We Think the World of You Hardback 144 pages 24 x 26.5 cm Dog Talk Etching Edition of 50 19 x 26.5 cm £380 SKU 02084084 ISBN 9781912520664

RA Editions


David Remfry RA


Kustaa Saksi

Kustaa Saksi is interested in creating contemporary spaces, objects and atmospheres, building extraordinary worlds with playful, paradoxical, troubling yet inviting environments.

Helene, 2019 Screenprint Edition of 25 42 x 29.7 cm

In Helene – specially commissioned to accompany the Helene Schjerfbeck exhibition at the Royal Academy – Saksi has reimagined one of the artist’s selfportraits, commenting on Schjerfbeck as a powerful, female, Finnish visionary. His image contains all the spirit, wealth of pattern, texture and strength of colour typical of his work.

£250 SKU 12086777

‘Helene’s wearing a colourful cape, sort of a tribal outfit and face paint. I see her as a tribal leader; an iconic, strong woman.’

Produced in a limited edition of 25, each work is presented in a portfolio. This print is among a group of three works celebrating Finnish artists. Other works by AinoMaija Metsola and Karoliina Hellberg are also available.

169

RA Editions


Kustaa Saksi


Rebecca Salter PRA

not seen, 2018 Woodcut Edition of 30 23 x 23 cm £475 SKU 92087644

The RA Editions programme is proud to present two prints by Rebecca Salter PRA, not seen and trace(d) element 1. Salter often uses traditional Japanese woodblock printmaking techniques to create the subtle, light-filled imagery of her distinctive prints. Although not seen is a laser-cut woodblock print, the artist’s visual language in this print explores similar territory. Both prints are produced in limited editions, each signed and numbered by the artist.

171

‘My work is incredibly detailed, obsessive really, and there’s a correlation between the time it takes for me to make works and time it takes people to look at them. There’s a term in Japanese: “your eyes sit”. It means that you stop actively looking – the muscles in your eyes relax, you start seeing things in a much more receptive way because you’re not as active in the way that you’re looking. So that’s what I want people to do.’

RA Editions

trace(d) element 1, 2018 Woodblock Edition of 60 48.5 x 68.3 cm £600 SKU 02084341


Rebecca Salter PRA


Jenny Saville RA

The RA Editions programme is proud to present this specially commissioned print by Jenny Saville RA. The work takes its title from Saville’s drawing on canvas of the same name, first exhibited at the Royal Academy’s Rubens and His Legacy exhibition.

Voice of the Shuttle (Philomela), 2015 Indigo print Edition of 100 40 x 50 cm

The myth of Philomela has inspired many creative minds through the ages, among them Ovid, Shakespeare and T. S. Eliot. Philomela is believed to have been the princess of Athens in Greek mythology. After being assaulted by her sister’s husband, she takes revenge and is transformed into a nightingale, a bird renowned for its sorrowful-sounding song. Saville is best known for her large-scale oil paintings of female figures; focusing on flesh, extremities of anatomy and the grotesque. This very special limited edition provides a lasting legacy of Saville’s close association with the Rubens exhibition.

£1100 SKU 02086538

Produced in a limited edition of 100, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

173

RA Editions


Jenny Saville RA


William Scott RA

William Scott RA (1913–1989) was one of the leading British artists of his generation. Known for his still-life and abstract paintings, his work explored the space between abstraction and figuration.

Permutation Brown Woollen rug Edition of 150 140 x 230 cm

This limited edition rug features the painting Permutation Brown, 1977 and is produced in collaboration with Christopher Farr.

£995 SKU 02080928

Produced as an edition of 150 and delivered with a signed certificate of authenticity, each rug is handmade from 100% wool. Christopher Farr prides itself on using only the very best available yarn, dyes and weavers to produce the finest rugs and textiles. The company actively supports Care & Fair, an organisation based in India dedicated to the elimination of child labour in the rug industry and the education of children in weaving areas.

175

RA Editions


William Scott RA


Conrad Shawcross RA

The sculptures of Conrad Shawcross RA explore subjects that lie on the borders of geometry and philosophy, physics and metaphysics. For the 2015 Summer Exhibition’s Annenberg Courtyard installation Shawcross created a large-scale immersive work – The Dappled Light of the Sun – consisting of five weathered steel, cloud-like forms made from thousands of tetrahedrons that divide and cascade down in scale from the centre out.

Shawcross’ choice of the tetrahedron is rooted in his practice of modelling scientific thought and reason into his artwork. The tetrahedron was regarded by the ancient Greek philosophers as the symbol of the atom – the unobtainable but essential unit of all matter that could not be further subdivided. Produced as an edition of 250, each piece is signed and numbered by the artist.

Presented here is an RA Edition sculpture and a Special Edition publication that both relate to the installation. Entitled Seed, this RA Edition is composed of four equilateral triangles welded together to form a tetrahedron which is the essential building block or cell that the vast installation is composed of.

177

RA Editions

Seed, 2015 Metal sculpture Edition of 250 9.5 x 11.5 cm £240 SKU 02083537


Conrad Shawcross RA


Conrad Shawcross RA

Through photography, working drawings, structural diagrams, as well as text by the architecture writer Patrick Sykes, this generously illustrated book takes the reader behind the scenes to explore Shawcross’ process in creating The Dappled Light of the Sun.

Conrad Shawcross The Dappled Light of the Sun Softback 72 pages 23 x 17 cm Bifurcation Study for a Cloud

One of Shawcross’ drawings, Bifurcation Study for a Cloud, is included in this special volume as a print. Published in a limited edition of 50, each is individually signed and numbered by the artist.

Digital pigment print Edition of 50 15.5 x 15.5 cm £300 SKU 02083567 ISBN 9781912520794

179

RA Editions


Conrad Shawcross RA


Bob and Roberta Smith RA

Presented here is an RA Edition and a Special Edition publication.

Art Party, 2011 Screenprint Edition of 40 54.7 x 72.7 cm

In this screenprint, Bob and Roberta Smith RA combines images from his polemical film Art Party, to satirise brilliantly the Conservative Education Secretary Michael Gove’s policies on art education.

£600 SKU 02082595

The print, deliberately ‘low tech’ and gritty in appearance, incorporates pictures of contemporary artists including Cornelia Parker RA, Jeremy Deller and Richard Wentworth. Bob and Roberta Smith’s iconic text-painting letter to Michael Gove was shown in the Academy’s 2014 Summer Exhibition. Produced in a limited edition of 40, each screenprint is signed and numbered by the artist.

181

RA Editions


Bob and Roberta Smith RA


Bob and Roberta Smith RA

Bob and Roberta Smith’s parents were artists. Each year, they submitted work to the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and waited nervously to see if they’d be accepted. Triumph or disaster accompanied the result. Then, Bob and Roberta’s mother, the painter Deirdre Borlase, discovered that she was more likely to be accepted if she disguised her gender, signing her paintings ‘D. Borlase’.

Bob and Roberta Smith The Secret to a Good Life Hardback 96 pages 24 x 24 cm The Secret to a Good Life Lithograph Edition of 250 22.5 x 22.5 cm

Told in his signature signwriting style, this family story explores the role of women artists, the sexism of the art world and the benefits of drawing every day.

This is Mary Moser Risograph zine Edition of 250 14.8 x 10.5 cm

This special edition is accompanied by two wonderful limited works: a Bob and Roberta Smith lithograph The Secret to a Good Life, as well as a risograph zine exploring the life of Mary Moser RA by Deirdre’s granddaughter, the artist Etta Voorsanger-Brill.

£100 SKU 02088192 ISBN 9781912520756

Published as an edition of 250, both pieces are signed and numbered by their respective artists.

183

RA Editions


Bob and Roberta Smith RA


Emma Stibbon RA

Emma Stibbon RA has recorded some of the world’s most transient landscapes, from the decaying architecture of East Berlin to Iceland’s volcanic terrain. Her work often explores the impact of natural forces: the shifting tectonic plates, volcanic activity and powerful glaciers that shape and transform the Earth’s surface. Presented here is an RA Edition print and a Special Edition publication. This print, inspired by her travels in the Antarctic Peninsula, explores the elemental power and fragility of the frozen Polar ice sheets.

185

On an artist placement aboard HMS Protector, Stibbon documented the vast yet delicate environment of the Antarctic in varying media. In contrast to the sophisticated digital technologies employed by the Royal Navy, Stibbon used brush and ink to draw swiftly from observation. She believes that the human, tactile response still has an important role in communicating about environments undergoing dynamic change. This richly tonal intaglio etching is produced as an edition of 25, each signed and numbered by the artist.

RA Editions

Sea Ice, Antarctica, 2018 Intaglio Edition of 25 32.5 x 49 cm £500 SKU 92087640


Emma Stibbon RA


Emma Stibbon RA

Beautifully illustrated, Fire and Ice reveals Stibbon’s eye-witness drawings made in the field alongside commentary by the artist on the making of each image and her motivation to depict nature’s extremes.

Emma Stibbon Fire and Ice Hardback 104 pages 13 x 21.5 cm

Stibbon has accompanied research expeditions in the Arctic and Antarctic Oceans, lived on the rim of a volcano in Hawai’i and has made several field trips to Norway, Iceland and Stromboli, off the coast of northern Sicily. This book presents the sketches she made during her travels. They have the immediacy of work made at speed using materials to hand, such as volcanic ash, produced in difficult circumstances and often frozen conditions.

Ice Floe Intaglio with hand colouring Edition of 50 14 x 21.5 cm Eruption, Stromboli Intaglio with hand colouring Edition of 50 14 x 21.5 cm

This special edition of the book includes two intaglio prints with hand colouring: Ice Floe and Eruption, Stromboli.

£600

Published in a limited edition of 50, each is signed and numbered by the artist and presented in a clamshell box.

‘The polar regions are remote and disorientating landscapes where scale and distance confound the eye. Passing through this strange, ethereal light certainly felt like one was travelling into an internal world. I wanted the work to reflect a feeling of reverie or introspection.’

187

SKU 12086748 ISBN 9781912520336

RA Editions


Emma Stibbon RA


Joe Tilson RA

Joe Tilson Pop to Present Hardback 64 pages 29.5 x 25.5 cm Ziggurat, 2002 Screen and woodcut Edition of 300 29 x 23.5 cm

Published to accompany Joe Tilson RA’s retrospective exhibition at the Royal Academy in 2002, this book explores over sixty years of work.

£400 SKU 00113182 ISBN 9781903973120

‘Defying the conventions of traditional printmaking practice, Joe Tilson RA’s unique visual language continues to draw on his early experiences as a carpenter,’ writes Mel Gooding in his insightful introduction. This graphic visual language is clear to see in Ziggurat, a screen and woodcut print produced by Tilson with Advanced Graphics in London. This special edition features an exclusive print. Produced as an edition of 300, each is signed and numbered by the artist.

189

RA Editions


Joe Tilson RA


Luc Tuymans

This print celebrates Luc Tuymans’ curation of the exhibition Intrigue: James Ensor in 2016. As a lasting legacy of his involvement in the Royal Academy show, Tuymans produced this work in the RA Schools.

Premonition, 2016 Screenprint Edition of 80 44 x 35 cm

Tuymans often works from pre-existing imagery such as Polaroid photographs, television footage and magazine cuttings. His paintings and drawings appear slightly out of focus with a deliberately washed-out palette giving them an eerie quality. Characteristic of this approach, the starting point for Premonition was an unsettling drawing of the same name on lined paper. This drawing also appears on the cover of a book of drawings he published in 1997.

£1850 SKU 02085224

‘What interested me here was the idea of the clown as a disguise, the nature of friendliness as something deceptive, and of dangerousness, which is connected to anonymity. The stereotype of the clown’s face is enhanced by the sunglasses.’

Published as an edition of 80, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

191

RA Editions


Luc Tuymans


Maciej Urbanek

In his characteristic hyper-real style, Maciej Urbanek depicts the tropical foliage of the Everglades, Florida, in this limited edition print.

So There Would Be No Thoughts, 2016

Urbanek makes large-scale photographic prints which explore and interpret the distinction between representation and reality. He describes the location behind So There Would Be No Thoughts as having heat reminiscent of the Caribbean and an underlying unease provided by the resident crocodiles.

£800

Archival print Edition of 40 76.5 x 110.5 cm

SKU 02084366

‘In my art practice I have been using a variety of media to speculate on the subjects of existence, beauty, production of meaning and the nature of representation. I am interested in elevating the banal and prosaic elements of life and turning them into powerful and rich visual statements.’

Published as an edition of 40, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

193

RA Editions


Maciej Urbanek


Bill Viola Hon RA

This limited edition print by Bill Viola Hon RA was made in celebration of the Academy’s exhibition Bill Viola / Michelangelo: Life, Death, Rebirth in 2019. The starting point for this etching, which was produced in the RA Schools, was a drawing by Viola made in 2006. The circular form, which seemingly vibrates on the page, is evocative of an eye or viewfinder. As a student at Syracuse University in the early 1970s, Viola experimented with homemade versions of a camera obscura, allowing him to explore this method of image projection which dates back to ancient China.

195

Throughout his 45-year career Viola has extensively researched and experienced Eastern religions, which he describes as being ‘all about the knower and the known being part of a larger unity’. These concepts have been fundamental within Viola’s practice. The text is a translation from the Quran; it is attributed here to Zia Inayat Khan who is a scholar and teacher of Sufism. Key to this creed and central to Viola’s art is the notion of personal and collective transformation. Published in 2019 as an edition of 40, each print is numbered in pencil, with the artist’s signature blind-embossed.

RA Editions

Bodies of Light, 2006/2019 Etching Edition of 40 56 x 44 cm £1100 SKU 92087887


Bill Viola Hon RA


Ai Weiwei Hon RA

Presented here are four RA Edition sculptures and a Special Edition publication. To celebrate his landmark exhibition at the Royal Academy in 2015, Ai Weiwei Hon RA handsculpted these beautiful porcelain chrysanthemum Flower editions exclusively for the RA.

Each piece is unique and limited to 60 each. Weiwei’s Flowers come in a clothbound presentation box with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist. Available in white, pink, pale blue and mauve.

Porcelain sculpture Edition of 60 each 9–12 x 3 cm £14000 each SKU 02083846 | White SKU 02083844 | Mauve SKU 02083843 | Blue SKU 02083845 | Pink

First cultivated in China, chrysanthemums are considered a symbol of good luck and longevity. They are a recurring motif throughout Ai Weiwei’s work and also feature in his activism. When his passport was withheld by the Chinese government, Weiwei placed a fresh bouquet of flowers in a bicycle basket outside his studio every morning. He also set up an Instagram project called #aiflowers, inviting people everywhere to make flowers in remembrance of the children lost in the 2008 Sichuan earthquake.

197

Flower, 2015

RA Editions


Ai Weiwei Hon RA


Ai Weiwei Hon RA

Published to coincide with the 2015 exhibition, this catalogue explores the multidisciplinary work of the artist in texts by Tim Marlow, John Hancock and Daniel Rosbottom.

Ai Weiwei Hardback 240 pages 30 x 28 cm A series of hand-painted book dust jackets Edition of 110

For this limited edition, Ai Weiwei created 110 special hardback dust jackets. In each, a bold, calligraphic stroke sweeps across the paper to produce a painting of great vibrancy and spontaneity in celebration of the tactile qualities of the medium. Using a fully loaded brush, he allowed the paint to run and dribble down the paper under its own weight, producing works with an affinity to his Coloured Vases, which he creates by dipping antique Chinese ceramics into the same type of brightly coloured paint and allowing it to flow downwards.

£7000 each SKU 02083833 | Black SKU 02083834 | Blue SKU 02083835 | Green SKU 02083836 | Grey SKU 02083837 | Lilac SKU 02083840 | Turquoise SKU 02083841 | White SKU 02083842 | Yellow ISBN 9781910350423

Painted in ten colours as an edition of 110, each dust jacket is signed and numbered by the artist, and presented on the book in a clothbound clamshell box. We have eight of the ten colours available.

199

RA Editions


Ai Weiwei Hon RA


Chris Wilkinson RA

Collected from 20 years of his sketchbooks, this publication presents Chris Wilkinson RA’s dedication to hand drawing as a foundation to his architectural design. In a world that is dominated by computer-aided design, Wilkinson still uses drawing as a way to think through ideas to grapple with design problems and as a tool for communication. This unique insight into the design sketches of a hugely influential architect includes drawings for many of his practice’s most ground-breaking works around the world. They include the Stirling Prize-winning Magna at Rotherham, the Dyson Campus at Malmesbury, the Mary Rose Museum and the reconstruction of the King’s Cross Gasholders into some of the most sought-after apartments in London.

201

For this special edition, Wilkinson created the accompanying print City Place. The inspiration behind the print is to imagine a ‘fictitious urban space with misleading perspective, I like the idea of an abstract architectural drawing’. Produced as an edition of 50, each is signed and numbered by the artist.

The Sketchbooks of Chris Wilkinson Hardback 144 pages 28 x 23 cm City Place Archival print Edition of 50 27 x 22 cm £200 SKU 02083827 ISBN 9781912520763

RA Editions


Chris Wilkinson RA


Richard Wilson RA

This print by Richard Wilson RA presents a composite of low resolution ‘image grabs’ which create the impression of an accidentally ‘low tech’ print, very much intended.

Hang On A Minute Lads, I’ve Got A Great Idea, 2012 Digital print Edition of 40 41 x 58 cm

Hang On A Minute Lads, I’ve Got a Great Idea relates to Wilson’s monumental 2012 sculpture of a bus on the edge of the roof of the De La Warr Pavilion at Bexhill-on-Sea. The sculpture paid homage to the closing scene of the classic 1969 film The Italian Job. Like the film, both the installation and the print create a feeling of limbo, leaving the viewer unsure of what the future holds.

£600 SKU 02082588

Produced as an edition of 40, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

203

RA Editions


Richard Wilson RA


RA Schools 250 Digital Print Portfolio 2019 The RA Schools has been a key part of the Royal Academy since its foundation in 1769. This portfolio celebrates the 250th Anniversary of the RA Schools within the history of the Royal Academy and its impact as a leading and independent fine art school. This portfolio of 30 prints features artists who have a deep connection to the RA Schools. Throughout 2019, the contributing Royal Academicians and RA Schools Professors – Academic staff and graduates – have made these prints alongside current students. The portfolio demonstrates the range and breadth of artistic approach and the multi-generational voices that contribute to the creative evolution of the RA Schools. All the works have been created and editioned in the EPSON digital print workshops at the RA Schools using the latest in archival inkjet printing technologies with the help of generous sponsorship from long standing supporters Epson UK and Europe. For some of these artists digital print is a new medium, whereas other contributors have practices that are defined by their longterm commitment to digital image making.

RA Schools 250 Digital Print Portfolio, 2019 30 single prints Edition of 80 59.5 x 42 cm £10,000 SKU 92088096

205

RA Editions


Alison Wilding OBE RA Sleeping Dogs

Brian Griffiths and Frank Kent Green Arc

Cathie Pilkington RA Full House

Sir Christopher Le Brun PPRA Pare

RA Schools 250 Digital Print Portfolio

206


Eliza Bonham Carter Weizao

Elliot Dodd Fastest Ever

Farshid Moussavi OBE RA Simone

Frances Drayson Effects to compound regions at 13.00:04

207

RA Editions


Gary Hume RA Blue Vase

Güler Ates Presence IV

Hannah Perry Endless Misunderstandings

Hen Coleman Quicksilver

RA Schools 250 Digital Print Portfolio

208


Jack Burton Hotel Hotel

Liane Lang Joan and Maria Reading Mary Beard

Maciej Urbanek Open Forms 69

Mădălina Zaharia Lady on Her Day Bed II

209

RA Editions


Margarita Glutzberg Escalator Girl

Mark Hampson A Muse [Take Six]

Nicky Carvell Inter Niche

Paul Huxley RA Scaramouche

RA Schools 250 Digital Print Portfolio

210


Pio Abad Octopus 1

Prem Sahib Chariots Waterloo

Rebecca Salter PRA Still Light

Richard Elliott NO PARKING

211

RA Editions


Richard Kirwan Corte Reale

Richie Moment Video Still from ‘The Phone Call: Internet Presence 003’

Samuel Keelan Did you forget me already for the taste of someone sweeter? [Part 2: The body count continues…]

Simon Lawson Light Trap

RA Schools 250 Digital Print Portfolio

212


Suzanne Moxhay Ledge

213

Vanessa Jackson RA Riff

RA Editions


The RA is a unique institution, an independent charity with a mission to be a clear, strong voice for art and artists, where art is made, exhibited and debated. Receiving no public funding, the RA depends on the continuing generosity of our supporters and Friends.

RA Editions

Certificate of Authenticity Sold as part of the RA Editions programme Artist name Print title Print type Dimensions Edition

Every purchase supports the RA

All works are available for sale through the RA Editions programme, which generates valuable revenue for the RA and in particular the RA Schools. royalacademy.org.uk/raeditions

All the prices listed in this catalogue are inclusive of VAT. Inclusion of a work in this catalogue is for information purposes only. Our editions are available in limited quantities and prices are subject to change. If you make an order, this will be treated as an offer, which we reserve the right to decline. If you have any questions, please talk to us.

Authenticity Each RA Edition print comes with a certificate of authenticity. Getting your work home In order to prepare your editions carefully, our dedicated team pack orders weekly, available for delivery, courier and collection. We work to have your editions home within a fortnight.

RA Framed We are happy to talk through our bespoke framing options and provide quotations for our editions. Each frame is made to measure with your choice of recommended mouldings and glazing. All our prints are float-mounted on conservation cotton core mounts and set back from the glazing using a fillet. Our specialist Customer Service team is available to make sure you find what you are looking for and to help you with orders and questions. Talk to us raonlineshop@royalacademy.org.uk 020 7300 8090 Shop with us roy.ac/editions Royal Academy of Arts Burlington House, Piccadilly London, W1J 0BD

214


Photography credits Listed as clockwise per spread, per artist. Pio Abad © Pio Abad. Photo © RJ Fernandez Norman Ackroyd RA © Norman Ackroyd RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Benedict Johnson. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London Georg Baselitz Hon RA © Georg Baselitz Hon RA, 2021. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Elke Baselitz, 2021

Anne Desmet RA © Anne Desmet RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Eamonn McCabe

Paul Huxley RA © Paul Huxley RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Paul Huxley

Jennifer Dickson RA © Jennifer Dickson RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Kenneth Ginn

Bill Jacklin RA © Bill Jacklin RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Chris Cramer

Elliot Dodd © Elliot Dodd. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Enrico Policardo

Tess Jaray RA © Tess Jaray RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: Marcus Leith

Peter Donaldson © Peter Donaldson. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London

Céline Baumann © Céline Baumann. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © SAM, Andreas Kofler

Zachary Eastwood-Bloom © Zachary Eastwood-Bloom. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Jack Doncaster

Hannah Bays © Hannah Bays. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Hannah Bays Basil Beattie RA © Basil Beattie RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. ©Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: James Hunkin

Zhang Enli © Zhang Enli. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © A J Levy

Sebastian Bergne © Sebastian Bergne. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Iona Wolff. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London Charlie Billingham © Charlie Billingham. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London Petra Börner © Petra Börner. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Rebecca Reid Derek Boshier © Derek Boshier. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Penny Slinger & Dhiren Dasu Olwyn Bowey RA © Olwyn Bowey RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Eamonn McCabe John Carter RA © John Carter RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Eamonn McCabe Stephen Chambers RA © Stephen Chambers RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Sanju Nutmeg Editions Ann Christopher RA © Ann Christopher RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Eamonn McCabe Hen Coleman © Hen Coleman. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Sean Gleason Sir Peter Cook RA © Sir Peter Cook RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Alexander McIntyre Eileen Cooper RA © Eileen Cooper RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Eamonn McCabe Sir Michael Craig-Martin RA © Sir Michael Craig-Martin RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: James Hunkin Adam Dant © Adam Dant. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Dafydd Jones

215

Anthony Eyton RA © Anthony Eyton RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Browse & Darby Adham Faramawy © Adham Faramawy. Photos © Royal Academy of Arts, London Stephen Farthing RA © Stephen Farthing RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: James Hunkin Blue Firth © Blue Firth. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London Peter Freeth RA © Peter Freeth RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Benedict Johnson 2013 Bella Freud © Bella Freud. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Bella Freud. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London Sir Terry Frost RA © Sir Terry Frost RA. Photo © Christopher Farr Rugs © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: James Hunkin Marisa J Futernick © Marisa J Futernick. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London Sir Antony Gormley RA © Sir Antony Gormley RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Lars Gundersen Anthony Green RA © Anthony Green RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: James Hunkin Mark Hampson © Mark Hampson. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Benedict Johnson Jane Harris © Jane Harris. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Jane Harris Karoliina Hellberg © Karoliina Hellberg. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Sofia Okkonen at the Amos Rex museum Spring 2021 Gary Hume RA © Gary Hume RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Royal Academy of Arts, London Photos © Royal Academy of Arts, London

Allen Jones RA © Allen Jones RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: James Hunkin William Kentridge Hon RA © William Kentridge Hon RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London HaYoung Kim © HaYoung Kim. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © HaYoung Kim Liane Lang © Liane Lang. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Barney Cokeliss and © Liane Lang Kyla McCallum © Kyla McCallum / Foldability. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Matthew Pull Jock McFadyen RA © Jock McFadyen RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Ian Georgeson Mary Maclean © Mary Maclean. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London Chitra Merchant © Chitra Merchant. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Ask Art Sales Aino-Maija Metsola © Aino-Maija Metsola. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Georgi Eremenko Nancy Milner © Nancy Milner. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Nancy Milner Mick Moon RA © Mick Moon RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: James Hunkin Mali Morris RA © Mali Morris RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Fred Scott. © Mali Morris RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: Marcus Leith Humphrey Ocean RA © Humphrey Ocean RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Mark Alexander Michael O’Reilly © Michael O’Reilly. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London Chris Orr RA © Chris Orr RA. Photos © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Cornelia Parker RA © Cornelia Parker RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Benedict Johnson Tom Phillips RA © Tom Phillips RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Anne-Katrin Purkiss


Sarah Pickstone © Sarah Pickstone. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Justine Trickett Cathie Pilkington RA © Cathie Pilkington RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Alun Callender Barbara Rae RA © Barbara Rae RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Barbara Rae RA David Remfry RA © David Remfry RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: Marcus Leith Kustaa Saksi © Kustaa Saksi. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Jussi Puikkonen Rebecca Salter PRA © Rebecca Salter PRA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Hollie Fernando Conrad Shawcross RA © Conrad Shawcross RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: Marcus Leith Jenny Saville RA © Jenny Saville RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London William Scott RA © William Scott CBE RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London Bob and Roberta Smith RA © Bob and Roberta Smith RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Benedict Johnson Emma Stibbon RA © Emma Stibbon RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: Marcus Leith Joe Tilson RA © Joe Tilson RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Eamonn McCabe Luc Tuymans © Luc Tuymans. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photo © Alexander Salinas Maciej Urbanek © Maciej Urbanek. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London Bill Viola Hon RA © Bill Viola Hon RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London Ai Weiwei Hon RA © Ai Weiwei Hon RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photos © Ai Weiwei Studio

© 2021 Royal Academy of Arts, London All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording or any other information storage or retrieval system, without prior permission in writing from the Royal Academy of Arts. Permissions may be requested by emailing rightsandreproductions@royalacademy.org.uk For press enquiries and image requests, please contact our press office press.office@royalacademy.org.uk

Acknowledgements Special thanks to our Royal Academicians, Honorary Academicians and invited artists who have generously taken part in the RA Editions programme. To Eileen Cooper RA, Cathie Pilkington RA, Eliza Bonham Carter and Mark Hampson for their continued commitment and support of the RA Editions print programme. To Workshop Tutors Simon Lawson, Hen Coleman, Peter Donaldson, Zachary Eastwood Bloom, Mick Stokes, Leigh Clarke, Güler Ates, Maciej Urbanek, Barton Hargreaves and Madalina Zaharia. To Print Fellows and RA Schools Graduates Lucy Farley, Bea Haines, David Price, Vytenis Semenas, Cengiz Ozer, Adam Hogarth, Suzy Moxhay, Elliott Dodd and Adham Faramawy. And to all the printers, publishers and makers in the UK and beyond, who have worked with us to produce these wonderful works. To the dedicated work of our team at the RA compiling, reviewing and designing over the last year; Pouya Motallebzadeh and Rosanna Hardstaff, Peter Sawbridge and Florence Dassonville, Laura Valentine, Jennifer Camilleri and last but not least Matthew Hunt. A heartfelt thank you.

Chris Wilkinson RA © Chris Wilkinson RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: James Hunkin Richard Wilson RA © Richard Wilson RA. Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London. © Harry Borden RA Schools 250 Digital Print Portfolio 2019 All images © Royal Academy of Arts, London Frame photo © King & McGaw

216