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The Roots of Industry - limited edition etching by Candice Lin

£1,520.00

Candice Lin
The Roots of Industry
, 2016
Exclusive limited edition of 6 etchings with 2 artist proofs.
62cm x 75cm unframed
Printed on Japanese Kozo paper

Price £1,900 incl VAT (+ shipping)
Christmas discount price: £1,520 incl VAT (+ shipping)

NB. Please contact Gasworks directly to purchase this print, it is not available to buy online. 

About
For The Roots of Industry Candice Lin reinterprets an engraving of the Potosí silver mines in Bolivia by Theodor de Bry. The Andean potato was cultivated to feed indigenous miners mining silver and mercury in places like Potosí. In turn, this silver and the excess potatoes travelled across the sea and fuelled the Industrial Revolution in the UK and Europe. Sold unframed. This print has been produced to accompany Candice Lin's exhibition A Body Reduced to Brilliant Colour at Gasworks, her first UK solo show. 

Artist Biography
Candice Lin received her MFA in New Genres at the Salon Breton in Paris (2017), the Kadist Art Foundation in Paris, the Delfina Foundation in London, La Maison Populaire in Paris, and Akuna Zentroa/Alhondiga Bilbao, Spain with recent solo exhibitions at Francois Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles and CAAA, Guimarães.

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Shipping
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About Gasworks Limited Edition Prints
Gasworks regularly produces editions with artists involved in its exhibition and studio programmes. These beautiful and affordable limited edition artworks are generously created for Gasworks in close collaboration with artists. All editions are exclusive to Gasworks and are signed and numbered by the artist. Proceeds from the sale of these works directly support our programme, generating vital funds to ensure that we can continue to support emerging artists to research, develop, make and present new work.