Untitled (DeLorean), 2009
Giclee print with single colour screen print, on 330gsm Somerset Velvet paper
59.2 x 44 cm
Edition of 50 + 10 AP
Christmas discount price: £180 (unframed)
Christmas discount Chisenhale Friends' price: £160 (unframed)*
[Standard price: £200 (unframed)
Chisenhale Friends' price: £180 (unframed)*]
Special 10% Christmas discount from 12 November 2018 to 15 January 2019.
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Kindly supported by Glasgow Print Studio
Glasgow based artist Duncan Campbell has made a new limited edition print for Chisenhale Gallery, to coincide with the premiere at the gallery of his major new film Make it new John, co-commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery; Film and Video Umbrella; Tramway, Glasgow and The Model, Sligo. Make it new John tells the story of the DeLorean car, its creator John DeLorean and the workers of the Belfast-based car plant who built it. The film deftly contrasts the DeLorean dream with its spectacular downfall during a critical period in Northern Ireland’s history, and the canonisation of the car – the DMC12 – as a symbol of the American myth of mobility. Campbell's edition depicts a photographic image of the DeLorean car overlaid with a sinuous black screenprint.
Duncan Campbell lives and works in Glasgow. In 2008 Campbell was the recipient of the Baloise Art Prize and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for Artists. Recent solo exhibitions include Arbeit, Hotel, London (2011); Artists Space, New York (2010); Tramway, Glasgow (2010); Make it New John, Chisenhale Gallery, London; Kunstverein Munich; Ludlow38, New York and The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (all 2009). His work has also been featured in the British Art Show 7, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham and Hayward Gallery, London and Gwangju Biennale (all 2010). Campbell was one of three artists who represented Scotland at the 55th Venice Biennale (2013).
For more information about the exhibition and to see images click here.