No Image Available (Limited Edition Print, 2018)
A special edition print designed by Fiona Banner with Book Works Studio.
210mm x 297mm
Edition of 350
Signed and numbered by the artist
Standard Price £60
Supporters price* £54
*Please note that the Supporters price is available to those who support Book Works via the Readers Club and Supporters scheme. For more information how to support Book Works please click here.
This special raffle ticket edition was created for Book Works’ second fundraiser raffle, summer 2018.
About the work:
After a successful launch in 2017, Book Works is excited to present our second annual raffle ticket edition, No Image Available, named after the raffle ticket artwork specially designed by Fiona Banner. Each ticket edition is signed and numbered by the artist in a limited edition of 350, and acted as a raffle ticket for the fundraiser event.
The fundraising raffle was held at Toynbee Studios on 20/11/18. Details of the event and prizes that were drawn are below:
Book Works Winter Party and Raffle Prize Draw
Featuring a special guest reading by Momtaza Mehri
Tuesday 20 November, 7–9.30pm
28 Commercial Street
London, E1 6LS
The Book Works Raffle is a continuation of our efforts to raise money for our artists’ new work, events, and workshops. In addition to the limited edition ticket print, each ticket offers the chance to win one or more of six kindly donated artworks and is an invitation to our No Image Available Winter Party at Toynbee Studios on Tuesday 20 November.
1. No Image Available, Fiona Banner (2018)
Digital print, 560mm x 430mm
Edition of 3
Signed by the artist
2. Pieces of Important Humans & Animals, Marcus Coates (2018)
Pencil and ink drawing, 420mm x 594 mm
Signed by the artist
Courtesy of the artist and Kate MacGarry
3. Freedom and Change, Lubaina Himid (2017)
Digital print, 375mm x 530mm
Edition of 3 artist’s proofs from the book Freedom Kangas, published by Book Works in an edition of 30
Signed and dated by the artist AP 2/3
4. Still No News, Sofia Niazi (2018)
Risograph print, 295mm x 420mm.
Edition of 10
Signed by the artist
5. The mushroom bum found down the tunnel, Laure Prouvost (2015)
Digital print, with acrylic paint, and handwriting with Black Biro pen, 340mm x 290mm
Edition of 20, plus 10 artist’s proofs
Signed by the artist, AP 5/10
6. La Guerre, Stephen Sutcliffe (2012)
Silkscreen print, 594mm x 420mm
Edition of 20, plus 3 artist’s proofs
Signed by the artist, AP 3/3
There is no limit on the number of tickets you can buy, and each ticket will give you and one guest admission to our No Image Available Winter Party, at Toynbee Studios on Tuesday 20 November.
About the artist:
Fiona Banner AKA The Vanity Press is a British artist whose art explores the complexities of conflict and language, both written and metaphorical. Her work encompasses text, sculpture, drawing, film and installation. Born in 1966 in Merseyside, northwest England, Banner studied at Kingston University before completing an MA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths, University of London in 1993. Publishing, in the broadest sense, is at the heart of her practice. In 1997 she started working under the title of The Vanity Press. She has published books, objects, and performances —often deploying a playful attitude and bringing pseudo grandeur to the act of publishing. Her early works took the form of ‘wordscapes’ or ‘still films’ —detailed accounts written in her own words of feature films. More recently, she has explored the idea of the art historical nude, observing a life model and transcribing the pose and form in relation to her earlier transcriptions of film. In 2002, Banner was shortlisted for the Turner Prize, and in 2010, she was selected to create the 10th Duveen Hall commission at Tate Britain. She has exhibited across the world and has recently had solo exhibitions at De La Warr Pavilion, Ikon Gallery and Yorkshire Sculpture Park among others. Her work is held in public collections including the Arts Council, British Council and the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
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