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  • An exclusive series of high-quality limited editions, aiming to make contemporary romanian art accessible to the community. 

    Each edition is signed and numbered by the artist on the bottom of the edition's front side, certified through a hologram carrying a unique number and comes together with a certificate of authenticity. Please note that the hologram can’t be removed without being destroyed. This way, transfer of the hologram to other objects is not possible. 

     

    Each edition is carefully wrapped in tissue paper and rolled in secure cardboard tubes to ensure its safety. Please allow us 5-7 working days to deliver your edition nationally or for personal pick-up. For personal pick-up, our team will contact you via email or phone to communicate when your edition is packed and ready to go on your arrival. For international deliveries, please consider up to 2 weeks. 

     Editions are not framed. If you wish to have our team assist you with studios recommendations or to intermediate the framing process (asking for price offers or types of frames), please, contact us at [email protected]

     

    Limitd Editions are available in various sizes on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm, a natural white cotton art paper with an inkjet coating specially optimised for FineArt printing that does not contain optical brighteners.

     

     When you receive your edition, remove it from the tube and store the piece flat, between some cardboard or place smooth objects on the four corners. When framing the edition, we recommend Museum Glass as it will better protect it over the years. Also, please consider placing your certificate of authenticity inside the frame, behind the edition, to keep them together. 

  • new editions release

    BY Saddo

    We are hugely excited to announce brand-new editions release of Saddo’s diptych ‘Party for Your Right to Fight’ and ‘Fight for Your Right to Party’, based on two canvases, part of FANBOY series. The pieces depict two opposite sides of hip hop, a glamorous one of pool parties, champagne and riches, and a darker, more underground one, stemming from a history of racial and social injustice. The titles are inspired by two songs by Beastie Boys and Public Enemy.