Limited edition abstract lithograph artwork by Jade Fadojutimi. A mixture of pink, purple, blue and black.

Jadé Fadojutimi: Submerged above ground once again

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Submerged above ground once again, 2024
Edition of 47 (plus  7 artist proofs)

Signed and numbered by the artist on the verso
657 x 481 mm

*This edition will be dispatched in late April / early May*

Purchases are limited to one per customer, any orders with more than one will be automatically refunded in full.

Jadé Fadojutimi has collaborated on this edition with The Hepworth Wakefield. All funds raised through the sale of the edition allow us to present ambitious and captivating exhibitions, care for our growing art collection and new garden, and deliver a programme of engaging learning activities that enhances lives.

As is traditional in edition publishing, the price of the work will increase as the edition sells out.

Produced with Red Breast Editions, a fine art printmaking studio based in London, specialising in short run print editioning.

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Fadojutimi’s work combines abstract and figurative elements in compositions that have intense graphic energy. At the heart of Fadojutimi’s work is an introspective mining of facets of her own identity and the social and cultural environments that shape them. Her artworks are typically made in bursts of energetic mark-making. 

You can read more on Jadé's work here.

Collection from the gallery is free.

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Europe - £65

Worldwide - £100

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Commissioned to coincide with the exhibition Jadé Fadojutimi: Can we see the colour green because we have a name for it? on display at The Hepworth Wakefield from16 September 2022 until 19 March 2023.

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