LUBOMIROV-EASTON Limited Editions
LUBOMIROV-EASTON Private View: Friday 26 October. Exhibition Dates: 27 October to 23 November. Address: Enclave 8, 50 Resolution Way, SE8 4AL
Matt Blackler | Daryl Brown | Gordon Cheung | Bella Easton | Jason Hicklin | Valerie Jolly | Juliette Losq | Iavor Lubomirov | Oliver MacDonald | Jessica Nina Mello | Seung Ah Paik | Michael Petry | Frances Richardson | Lucy Tomlins | Paul Good and Kirsty Wood | Daniel Wray
HOME by LUBOMIROV-EASTON Limited Editions
For this year's Multiplied Art Fair, at Christie's in South Kensington, Iavor and Bella, directors of LUBOMIROV-EASTON, have been thinking about HOME. An intimate and special place, a HOME is filled with useful and personal small objects. Gathered slowly, one by one, over time they come to inhabit the furniture. Each object finds places to live: a cupboard or shelf where it sleeps at night; a work top in a kitchen or garage where it performs its daily duties with its owner, whose tastes, interests and needs define its universe.
Iavor and Bella have spent a year individually gathering their own selection of objects, or approaching artists they work with and know, to create new editions to fill their HOME. When choosing, what Iavor and Bella most like is unique multiples, made by non-traditional edition methods and a richness of mediums, such as wood, glass, plastic, paint, paper moulds and cuts, metal, plaster and resin - it is the variety of HOME. And because objects do not live on plinths, their HOME is filled with vintage furniture, painted in gallery colours, where the objects loll comfortably on table tops, in cupboards, on walls and on shelves.
After Multiplied, Bella and Iavor will return HOME back to LUBOMIROV-EASTON, where you can pop by for a visit into November and see some more of the objects they have been collecting since moving in last year.
HOME highlights include Loving Cups from Michael Petry's recent Palm Springs Art Museum exhibition, tomatoes by Frances Richardson, crushed cola cans by Valerie Jolly (ARBS), drill bits by Matt Blackler and a walnut veneer box housing an unplayable game by Daniel Wray.