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Towner Eastbourne and King & McGaw are delighted to launch three new limited edition prints by Clare Woods, Emma Stibbon and Mark Titchner to celebrate Towner’s Centenary, with proceeds going towards Towner’s Emerging Artist Fund.
Turner Prize 2006 nominee artist Mark Titchner creates an edition that adapts a text inscribed upon the gravestone of artist Tirzah Garwood and her husband Eric Ravilious, a version of which was exhibited as part of this year’s Following Ravilious project in Newhaven.
About the limited-edition print
Mark Titchner, Blessed Are The Eyes That See The Things We See, 2023
Edition of 30 + 3 AP & 2 PP, signed and numbered on verso
Archival giclee layered print with spot gloss varnish on Somerset Satin 330gsm
29.7 x 42 cm
The archival giclee prints are unframed and folio packed, with certificates of authenticity. Prints are fully condition checked before packing.
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About the artist
Mark Titchner’s (b. 1973, Luton, UK) work focuses on an exploration of words and language, in recent years much of his production has been based in the public realm. These public works have often been created from group activities, working particularly with young people and in mental health settings.
He was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2006, participated in the Venice Biennale in 2007 and was Artist in Residence at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto in 2012.
His work is held in many public collections including Tate, Arts Council, Government Art Collection and the British Council.