LUX and LUX Scotland are pleased to launch a new limited edition print by Kate Davis, commissioned to accompany her current solo exhibition Charity at LUX in London, which continues until 28 October.

Print Digital pigment
Paper Hahnemühle Photo Rag Satin 310g
Edition 25 (plus 2 artist’s proofs), signed and numbered
Paper dimensions 29.7cm (w) x 42cm (h)
Image dimensions 29.7cm (w) x 42cm (h)
Price £120 (ex VAT,) unframed
P&P £10 (unframed, UK only; contact LUX for overseas quote)

For the duration of the exhibition, Charity is available to purchase at a special exhibition price of £100 (ex VAT, unframed).

For further information or to purchase an edition, click here or call LUX on 020 3141 2960.

Proceeds from the sale of this edition directly support LUX and LUX Scotland’s programme.

Kate Davis works across a range of media, including film/video, drawing, printmaking, installation and bookworks. Questioning how to bear witness to the complexities of the past, Davis’ artwork is an attempt to reconsider what certain histories could look, sound and feel like. This has often involved responding to the aesthetic and political ambiguities of historical art works and their reception.

Davis has presented solo exhibitions at The Drawing Room, London; Temporary Gallery, Cologne; GoMA, Glasgow; Museo de la Ciudad and La Galeria de Comercio, Mexico; CCA, Glasgow (with Faith Wilding); Tate Britain, London and Kunsthalle Basel amongst others. Her current exhibition at Stills in Edinburgh, Nudes Never Wear Glasses, continues until 8 October.

Davis was the 2016 recipient of the Margaret Tait award and in 2014 took part in LUX Scotland and BBC Scotland’s Artists and Archives: Artists’ Moving Image at the BBC residency and commission programme. Born in New Zealand, Davis lives and works in Glasgow.