Collection One

With BORCH Editions

Date17.05.22

Al Taylor, Mr. & Mrs., 1991
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We are delighted to announce SOL LDN’s first online partnership, with BORCH Editions as our inaugural partner. We are excited to have collaborated with BORCH to present a curated collection of works on paper from artists Al Taylor, Albert Oehlen, Martin Kipperberger and Eva Löfdahl.

Al Taylor, Mr. & Mrs., 1991
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BORCH Editions was founded in Copenhagen in 1979 and over the years has established a esteemed reputation as one of the world’s leading producers and publishers of original prints. Through the studio’s 40-year history runs an undercurrent of bold experimentation and continuous hard work to reshape and revitalise the field of printmaking together with some of the world’s leading artists.

BORCH Editions’ print projects are part of renowned international contemporary art collections, both private and public, among them the Museum of Modern Art (New York), the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), The British Museum (London), Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (Humlebæk), and Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

Martin Kippenberger, Hinten, 1996

Participating Artists:

Al Taylor’s work is filled with playful, quotidian poetry, elevating banal phenomena above the everyday.

Exploring both abstraction and figuration, Albert Oehlen’s work is characterized by rejection of what is considered to be beautiful or visually appealing, displaying an air of deliberate amateurism.

Eva Löfdahl is known for her understated and often indefinable objects and installations. She explores the objects’ physical properties, presenting them without context or explanation.

Martin Kippenberger’s work spans several mediums including painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, photography, collage, and printmaking. His work is rich in political commentary, reflections on his own biography, as well as on the role of the artist.

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