Wallpaper* Pops Up at St Martins Lane Hotel

Carabo, 2005 by Benedict Redgrave. Available as a digital c-type print on crystal archive matt paper 40.5 x 51cm in a limited edition of 20 signed by the artist. £381.70
We’ve just heard word that Wallpaper* magazine, in collaboration with art publishers Eyestorm, are to open a pop-up gallery entitled Wallpaper* Selects at London’s swanky St Martins Lane Hotel. The space, which will be open to the public from 10-19 December, will showcase ten works by photographers whose work has appeared in Wallpaper* in recent years: Jonathan de Villiers, Mauricio Alejo, Jonathan Frantini, Christopher Griffith, Stefan Ruiz, Daniel Stier, Benedict Redgrove and Joël Tettamanti.


Carabo, 2005 by Benedict Redgrave. Available as a digital c-type print on crystal archive matt paper 40.5 x 51cm in a limited edition of 20 signed by the artist. £381.70

We’ve just heard word that Wallpaper* magazine, in collaboration with art publishers Eyestorm, are to open a pop-up gallery entitled Wallpaper* Selects at London’s swanky St Martins Lane Hotel. The space, which will be open to the public from 10-19 December, will showcase ten works by photographers whose work has appeared in Wallpaper* in recent years: Jonathan de Villiers, Mauricio Alejo, Jonathan Frantini, Christopher Griffith, Stefan Ruiz, Daniel Stier, Benedict Redgrove and Joël Tettamanti.


Cintia 1, 2005 by Jonathan Frantini. C-type print on crystal archive matt paper, 76 x 51cm, signed by the artist in an edition of 20. £538.30

Each of the works shown will be available to purchase in limited editions of 10, 20 or 30 signed, editioned prints. All of the works have appeared in Wallpaper* and were commissioned especially for the magazine. The limited edition prints will be priced between £290 and £990. None have ever been available to buy before.


Cape Town, 2003 by Jonathan de Villiers loses some of its magic reduced to blog-size but trust us, it’s fantastic. Available at Wallpaper* Selects as a 101.5 x 76cm c-type print on crystal archive matt paper. Signed by the artist in an edition of 10. £968.93

“Wallpaper* works with the world’s most exciting photographers,” says editor-in-chief Tony Chambers, “despatching them to far flung places to shoot boldly and beautifully.” We receive many enquiries from readers asking if they can buy the photographs we feature,” he continues, “so we expect Wallpaper* Selects to be very popular.”

Wallpaper* Selects runs between 10-19 December at St Martins Lane Hotel, 45 St Martin’s Lane, London WC2N 4HX and is open between 11am and 6pm daily. Tel. +44 (0) 20 7300 5500

wallpaperselects.com

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