'ART FOR ALL' Inkwashes
"It’s simple, from the very first day we wanted to make Art For All" - Gilbert & George.
Created during the opening year of the Centre, each 'ART FOR ALL' Inkwash is individually hand-painted by Gilbert & George meaning each one has its own unique, vibrant characteristics such as heavy brush strokes, ink splatters and gold drips.
This vision remains as vital as ever to Gilbert & George and the creation of their art, of which they are the embodiment.
Gilbert & George created a suite of 12 Inkwashes with each design featuring in an edition size of 50 originals.
Rich, heavy brush strokes depict blunt and direct exclamations, so often overheard in streets, restaurants or whilst travelling, inciting the viewer or listener to theorise and explore the messages portrayed to them from the artists.
Each Inkwash is individually hand-painted, numbered and signed by the artist.
The White Prints
To celebrate the opening of The Gilbert & George Centre, Gilbert & George created a suite of 21 fine art Limited Editions - THE WHITE PRINTS.
Each title within the series is an edition of 50, with subjects ranging from KISSMET to CRUCIFICTION.
The vision that underpins the art of Gilbert & George is ‘Art for All’, and the Centre is an extension of this vision. In keeping with this, entry to the gallery is free of charge.
Each sale directly benefits The Gilbert & George Centre, which will provide a permanent home for the art of Gilbert & George and a place for visitors to convene from across the globe to experience the art of Gilbert & George.
To commemorate and celebrate the accession of Charles III to the throne, Gilbert & George created suite of eight Royal Inkwashes.
The luscious, individually hand-painted, with rich, heavy brushstrokes in a palette of red, white, blue and gold, depict exclamations associated with the monarchy.
Each of the eight designs is in an edition size of 50. Every Royal Inkwash is individually created with unique characteristics, numbered and hand signed by Gilbert & George.
Only available from The Gilbert & George Centre with all proceeds directly benefiting the Centre remaining open to all - Art For All.