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Tschabalala Self, 'Cross' (detail), 2016. Fabric, linen, Flashe® and acrylic on canvas, 182.9 x 121.9 cm, 72 x 48 in. Courtesy of Juan Bonet Collection,Spain. Photograph by Dan Bradica.
Extraordinary new limited edition by London-based artist Nathaniel Rackowe, produced in powder coated steel, timber, paint and fluorescent light.
Nathaniel Rackowe, 'Sign 2', 2017. Powder coated steel, timber, paint and fluorescent light. 24 x 99 x 59 cm (9½ x 39 x 23¼ in). Edition of 3 + 2 APs. Signed, numbered and dated on the back of work.
Tschabalala Self in conversation with Ziba Ardalan.
On this occasion of her first UK solo exhibition, US artist Tschabalala Self has produced this extraordinary limited edition mixed media print.
Tschabalala Self, 'Choker', 2017. Silkscreen and inkjet print on Somerset Satin Enhanced paper 330 gsm, 42 x 30 cm (16½ x 11¾ in). Edition of 25 + 2APs. Signed, numbered and dated.
London-based artist Nathaniel Rackowe presentS his extraordinary light sculpture 'Black Shed Expanded', 2014/16, as part of the Parasolstice - Winter Light series 2016 at Parasol unit.
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Nathaniel Rackowe: 'Black Shed Expanded', 2014/2016. Timber Shed, Fluorescent lights and fittings, Bitumen, Paint, Steel. 240 x 220 x 220 cm. Edition 2 of 2 (2016 edition). Courtesy of the artist. Image courtesy of Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai.
To mark the occasion of Tschabalala Self's first UK exhibition, Parasol unit has published this limited edition publication.
Tschabalala Self publication.
Tschabalala Self's first UK solo exhibition at Parasol unit, brings together a body of dynamic works, in painting, print and sculpture, spanning the first five years of Self's artistic career.
Tschabalala Self, 'Pieces of Me' (detail). 2015. Oil and acrylic on paper, 111.8 x 152.4 cm, 44 x 60 in. Courtesy of Friedman Collection. Photograph by Thomas Nelford.