Chisenhale X Norton & Sons

From September to December we are hosting The Chisenhale Gallery at Norton & Sons, providing a home in the West End to display works from their Editions catalogue to support the gallery.

Norton & Sons has a history of supporting artists and the arts whether it be in the shop or through working with artists and artisans in the work we do ourselves. For this collaboration The Chisenhale X Norton & Sons, we have two hangs on the walls of the shop. Our first hang has 7 works by artists that have had previous exhibitions at The Chisenhale Gallery. Below you can discover the works on view at 16 Savile Row.

Christina Mackie - Dark Drops, 2012

Handmade ink and wax interventions onto Digital Pigment print with 1 colour silkscreen plus Glaze onto Somerset Photo Satin 300gsm

Edition of 40 +5AP

Camille Henrot, Untitled, 2016

Lithograph and digitally printed collaged elements on Somerset Satin White 300gsm

Edition of 45 +5AP, signed and numbered

Rosalind Nashashibi, The Demimondaine, 2017

Hand painted gouache onto Somerset Satin White 410gsm, hand collaged digital print onto Somerset Radiant White Velvet 330gsm

Edition of 30

Eddie Peake, Opinel Hoard Shadow, 2017

Unique screen prints on Somerset 410gsm using hand torn stencils placed by the artist

Edition of 100

Rachel Whiteread, Installation of Ghost, 1990-2012

Digital C-type print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper

Edition of 100 + 25AP, signed and numbered

Wolfgang Tillmans, Chisenhale Poster, 1997

Reprinted 2017, Offset print

Edition of 500 with Typography by Scott King

The first hang also features a triptych by Cornelia Parker and a hat by Peter Wächtler. These works will be on show until the first week of November when we will change the hang for a new group of works that will remain at Norton & Sons as part of the collaboration with Chisenhale Gallery.

Feel free to stop by the shop to have a look at the works, only the Tillmans is now sold out.

Visit The Chisenhale Gallery in East London:

Chisenhale Gallery
64 Chisenhale Road
London E3 5QZ

Where their current exhibition features Lawrence Abu Hamdan until December 9th