Now Is No Time At All
210mm x 297mm
Giclée print on Hahnemühle Museum Etching
£100 + VAT
This Limited Edition print by Larry Achiampong has been created as part of London Zeitgeist, a new group show that brings together video works by five leading artists from the city’s emerging art scene: Larry Achiampong, Alvaro Barrington, artist duo Rosie Hastings and Hannah Quinlan and Matt Copson. Curated by Sir Norman Rosenthal, the exhibition adopts its title from the curator’s 1982 exhibition ‘Zeitgeist’ that brought together 45 of the world’s most driven and symbolically heroic artists of the moment, and illustrated Rosenthal’s unwavered motivation and capacity to embolden the great talent of the time. Available to purchase on CIRCA for one month only (24.06.21 - 31.07.21).
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
Each Limited Edition comes with a stamped and dated certificate of authenticity.
Although we endeavour to deliver the prints as soon as possible, please note that due to the process involved, they may take between 1-2 months to arrive in the post. To guarantee each print arrives in perfect condition, they are carefully wrapped in tissue paper, hand packaged in a heavy duty cardboard wrap and delivered with a tracking number. This is reflected in the shipping fee at checkout.
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CIRCA commissions a different artist each month to present new ideas that consider our world circa 2021. Previous CIRCA commissions include work from artists Patti Smith, Tony Cokes, David Hockney and Ai Weiwei.
Now Is No Time At All by Larry Achiampong is created especially in support of the #CIRCAECONOMY, an initiative which arises in response to our post-Covid world. The #CIRCAECONOMY distributes 70% of profits to commission new culture and help support the creative community through cash grants to artists and institutions.
ABOUT LARRY ACHIAMPONG
Larry Achiampong's solo and collaborative projects employ imagery, aural and visual archives, live performance and sound to explore ideas surrounding class, cross-cultural and post-digital identity. With works that examine his communal and personal heritage – in particular, the intersection between pop culture and the postcolonial position, Achiampong crate-digs the vaults of history. These investigations examine constructions of ‘the self’ by splicing the audible and visual materials of personal and interpersonal archives, offering multiple perspectives that reveal entrenched socio-political contradictions in contemporary society.
Larry Achiampong © Photographer: Emile Holba