Veronica Ryan: Coco Beans
Veronica Ryan: Coco Beans
Veronica Ryan: Coco Beans

Veronica Ryan: Coco Beans

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Coco Beans, 2022
Edition of 40 (plus artist and school proofs)
Signed and numbered by the artist
Materials: Lithograph with screen printed varnish

49.5 x 76 cm
Print is unframed 

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The Hepworth Wakefield has released a new print for sale from artists Veronica Ryan for the 2023 iteration of School Prints. Each artist was carefully selected and commissioned by The Hepworth Wakefield to create new work for the culmination of the project due to their remarkable contributions to the gallery. The sales of the edition fund an engagement project with local schools.

Winner of the 2022 Turner Prize, Ryan, has produced a lithograph, Coco Beans, with a screen-printed varnish. Throughout Ryan’s career, she has revisited concepts that were also important to Barbara Hepworth. Between 1998 and 2000 Veronica Ryan was the first artist to undertake a residency at Hepworth’s Palais de Dance studio in St Ives. At the time, Hepworth’s full scale plaster prototypes that are now permanently displayed at The Hepworth Wakefield, were still housed there. In 2021, Ryan was commissioned to create work for The Hepworth Wakefield’s 10th birthday exhibition, Barbara Hepworth: Art & Life. One of these works, Cluster, was acquired for the gallery this year alongside Sweet Dreams are Made of These, a major floor-based piece incorporating ceramic casts on a fabric base.


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Veronica Ryan (b. 1956) is a Montserrat-born British artist who currently splits her time between New York and the UK.

She studied at St Albans, Bath Academy of Art, the Slade School of Art and the School for Oriental and African Studies.

In 2000, Ryan completed a residency at Tate St Ives, where she worked in the former studio of Barbara Hepworth and used marble gifted by the Hepworth Estate.

During her time there, Ryan made a series of works that responded to Hepworth’s sculpture, the Cornish landscape and to her own interests in interior and exterior forms, identity and place. A number of these pieces have since joined existing works by the artist in the Tate Collection and Arts Council Collection.

This item will ship W/C 18th September 2023.

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