Stiff Variety!, 2013 Silkscreen on found scarves Dimensions variable Edition of 45 plus 5AP
Standard price: £500 (unframed) Chisenhale Friends' price: £450 (unframed)*
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Chisenhale Gallery presents a solo exhibition by London born, New York based, artist Nick Relph who works across video, drawing and installation. Tomorrow There is No Recording examines handicraft, materials and ideas of value. To accompany the exhibition Nick Relph has produced a series of hand printed limited edition silk-screened scarves.
Focusing on his interest in the handmade and textile production alongside his preoccupation with the circulation of digital images, Relph uses a collection of found scarves as a working surface on which to screen print a range of images of liquid crystals.
Nick Relph (born 1979, London) lives and works in New York. Recent solo exhibitions include Chisenhale Gallery, London; The Kitchen, New York (both 2013); Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York (2012); Standard, Oslo (2011); Herald Street, London (2010) and Frieze Projects, Frieze Art Fair (2010). Recent group exhibitions include Summer 2013, Tate St Ives (2013), How To Look At Everything, Common Guild, Glasgow (2012); Modify as Needed, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami (2011). Relph was a participating artist in ILLUMInations, the 54th Venice Biennale (2011).