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Contemporary Editions

The RIBA exhibitions and public events deliver inspiring programmes, providing a platform for rigorous debate and visual experiences about historical and contemporary architecture. Since opening our Architecture Gallery in 2014 we have hosted historical exhibitions from Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Palladian Design to contemporary site-specific installations such as the critically acclaimed The Brutalist Playground by Assemble and Simon Terrill. Our purpose is to connect the RIBA Collections with contemporary practice to create engaging and thought-provoking programmes for people of all ages and backgrounds.

RIBA Contemporary Editions showcase work by leading and emerging contemporary architects, designers and artists in support of the RIBA’s public programmes.

We sell unique works, which have been specially commissioned by RIBA, complementing our diverse and unique exhibitions programme.

Every purchase supports our work as a registered charity and keeps our gallery free.

 

Covid-19 Update: During the UK lockdown we are still processing orders for your contemporary editions but please note that delivery time is delayed due to restricted access. We apologies for the inconvenience. Stay safe and up to date by contacting exhibitions@riba.org for approximate delivery time.

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Pezo von Ellrichshausen - ABC

XCE9
Pezo von Ellrichshausen is an art and architecture studio founded in 2002 by Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen. They live and work in the southern Chilean city of Concepción and share the position of Associate Professor of the Practice at AAP Cornell University. Their work has been exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago and the MoMA in New York, and at the Venice Architecture Biennale, where they also were the curators for the Chilean Pavilion in 2008. The have previously exhibited in Britain at Sensing Spaces at the Royal Academy in 2015 and were commissioned by the RIBA and Hull UK City of Culture 2017 for A Hall for Hull, a monumental public installation in the city’s Trinity Square.
 
  • Edition of 50
  • Hand pulled X03 colour screenprint
  • Each comes with a signed certificate
  • Size – B2 - 500 x 707 mm

 
Created especially for the exhibition Beyond Bauhaus – Modernism in Britain 1933-66 at the Royal Institute of British Architects, 1 October 2019 to 1 February 2020.
¥19,653
excluding shipping

You+Pea - Playing the Picturesque

XCE8
The digital drawing captures the formal style and picturesque qualities of the work of 19th century architect John Nash. Much like his idealised architectural motifs, the drawing turns buildings into a world within a world, surrounded by nature, but here placed together into one environment.
 
Playing the Picturesque is an interactive installation exploring the boundaries between virtual and physical space. It takes the form of a series of scaled folly structures extracted from real picturesque landscapes and extended into interactive virtual game environments. By exploring the interface between the physical and virtual realms, it asks whether such boundaries are now so fluid that we can consider virtual worlds as sites for realising architecture in their own right.
 
You+Pea is the architectural design studio of Sandra Youkhana and Luke Caspar Pearson. They established and lead the Videogame Urbanism studio at the Bartlett School of Architecture, where they promote the use of game technologies in architectural education. Working with cultural and educational institutions, industry partners, developers, and city planners they bridge the gap between multiple disciplines and provoke new conversations about the future of architectural design through the use of games.
 
  • Edition of 50
  • Digital Prints on Canson Paper
  • 42 x 42 cms

 
This limited edition has been created especially for the RIBA by You+Pea in connection with their exhibition Playing the Picturesque commissioned by the Royal Institute of British Architects, 4 June – 7 September 2019.
¥10,482
excluding shipping

Pablo Bronstein - 2 Lauriston Road and Well Street, E9

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Pablo Bronstein is an Argentine-British artist who lives and works in London. His practice revolves around the discipline of drawing, though he also produces installations and choreographed performances. As a draughtsman, he focuses exclusively on architecture, which he depicts with a unique blend of acuity, imagination, critique and candour. Like a contemporary Baudelaire, Bronstein portrays the present while exposing peculiar and contrary traces of the past; of continued traditions and constructed ambitions.
 
  • An edition of 50
  • Digital pigment print on Somerset Photo Satin 300g
  • All prints signed by the artist
  • Size: 370 x 280mm (unframed)

 
Created as part of Pablo Bronstein’s exhibition ‘Conservatism, or the Long Reign of Pseudo-Georgian Architecture’ at The Royal Institute of British Architects, 21 September 2017 - 11 February 2018
¥19,653
excluding shipping

Sam Jacob - Special Edition Collage

XCE6
Sam Jacob is principal of Sam Jacob Studio for architecture and design whose work spans scales and disciplines from urban design through architecture, design, art and curatorial projects. Recent projects include the V&A Gallery at Design Society, Shenzhen; Fear and Love at the Design Museum; a new mixed use building in London’s Hoxton; public realm design and cultural strategy for a south London market and a landmark project for London Design Festival with Mini Living.
 
Jacob’s work has been published and exhibited internationally including at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2016 and 2014 (where he was co-curator of the British Pavilion); Spaces Without Drama at the Graham Foundation (2017), Chicago; A Very Small Part of Architecture in Highgate Cemetery (2016) and the 2017 Chicago Biennial. Previously he was a director of FAT Architecture.
 
  • An edition of 50
  • Hand assembled collage on screen-print
  • All prints signed by the artist
  • A2 (420 x 954 mm)
¥15,723
excluding shipping

Giles Round - Design 2

XCE2
By turning the gallery into a production studio and shop, this exhibition questions the ways in which we collect, preserve and purchase façades today. Inspired by the work of a wide-range of architects in RIBA’s Collections, it explores the increasing tension between the changing interior and static exterior of the architecture around us and our subsequently unreliable understanding of cities and spaces.
 
  • 4 Designs each in an edition of 20
  • 3 colour screen print on blue-back paper
  • All prints signed by the artist
  • Size: 649 x 500mm (unframed)

 
One of four limited edition screen prints created for Giles Rounds' exhibition 'We Live in the Office' at The Royal Insitute of British Architects, 22 September - 5 February 2017
¥15,723
excluding shipping

Giles Round - Design 3

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By turning the gallery into a production studio and shop, this exhibition questions the ways in which we collect, preserve and purchase façades today. Inspired by the work of a wide-range of architects in RIBA’s Collections, it explores the increasing tension between the changing interior and static exterior of the architecture around us and our subsequently unreliable understanding of cities and spaces.
 
  • 4 Designs each in an edition of 20
  • 3 colour screen print on blue-back paper
  • All prints signed by the artist
  • Size: 649 x 500mm (unframed)

 
One of four limited edition screen prints created for Giles Rounds' exhibition 'We Live in the Office' at The Royal Insitute of British Architects, 22 September - 5 February 2017
¥15,723
excluding shipping

Giles Round - Design 4

XCE4
By turning the gallery into a production studio and shop, this exhibition questions the ways in which we collect, preserve and purchase façades today. Inspired by the work of a wide-range of architects in RIBA’s Collections, it explores the increasing tension between the changing interior and static exterior of the architecture around us and our subsequently unreliable understanding of cities and spaces.
 
  • 4 Designs each in an edition of 20
  • 3 colour screen print on blue-back paper
  • All prints signed by the artist
  • Size: 649 x 500mm (unframed)

 
One of four limited edition screen prints created for Giles Rounds' exhibition 'We Live in the Office' at The Royal Insitute of British Architects, 22 September - 5 February 2017
¥15,723
excluding shipping

Adesola Akinleye - Catching a Memory

XCE11
The Royal Institute of British Architects commissioned the artist, scholar and choreographer Adesola Akinleye to create a series of new video artworks inspired by the work of Sir David Adjaye OBE as part of the 2021 Royal Gold Medal celebrations. A series of watercolours followed the commission, two of them available as an edition of 50 Giclee Prints on Aquarelle Rag Paper from original watercolour.
 

Akinleye’s pieces respond to a prevalent theme throughout her practice, that of memory, through videos that convey how memories of specific places keep us connected to the sites that we have been physically separated from during the pandemic. The works invite viewers to be fully present in a cathartic experience that will temporarily take you outside of yourself to share in Akinleye’s multi-layered assemblage of memories.
 
Akinleye recollects sites that remain important to her and therefore form part of her identity despite their distance from the location of her home. She remembers the presence of her body in different places and conveys this through a layering of imagery, movement and sound that playfully engages the glitch in the Zoom background algorithm.
 
In these works, Akinleye reflects on the past year of isolation within the confines of our domestic interiors and suggests recognising shared experiences of specific buildings can form a collective memory that holds us together as a society.
 
You can watch Adesola Akinleye's commissioned video artwork Whispered memory here: https://youtu.be/MJrajrnY0NY

¥7,861
excluding shipping

Adesola Akinleye - Pieces of Me (in you)

XCE13
The Royal Institute of British Architects commissioned the artist, scholar and choreographer Adesola Akinleye to create a series of new video artworks inspired by the work of Sir David Adjaye OBE as part of the 2021 Royal Gold Medal celebrations. A series of watercolours followed the commission, two of them available as an edition of 50 Giclee Prints on Aquarelle Rag Paper from original watercolour.
 

Akinleye’s pieces respond to a prevalent theme throughout her practice, that of memory, through videos that convey how memories of specific places keep us connected to the sites that we have been physically separated from during the pandemic. The works invite viewers to be fully present in a cathartic experience that will temporarily take you outside of yourself to share in Akinleye’s multi-layered assemblage of memories.
 
Akinleye recollects sites that remain important to her and therefore form part of her identity despite their distance from the location of her home. She remembers the presence of her body in different places and conveys this through a layering of imagery, movement and sound that playfully engages the glitch in the Zoom background algorithm.
 
In these works, Akinleye reflects on the past year of isolation within the confines of our domestic interiors and suggests recognising shared experiences of specific buildings can form a collective memory that holds us together as a society.
 
You can watch Adesola Akinleye's commissioned video artwork Pieces of me (in you) here: https://youtu.be/c6RW3F_-Pt0

¥7,861
excluding shipping

Giles Round - Design 1

XCE1
By turning the gallery into a production studio and shop, this exhibition questions the ways in which we collect, preserve and purchase façades today. Inspired by the work of a wide-range of architects in RIBA’s Collections, it explores the increasing tension between the changing interior and static exterior of the architecture around us and our subsequently unreliable understanding of cities and spaces.
 
  • 4 Designs each in an edition of 20
  • 3 colour screen print on blue-back paper
  • All prints signed by the artist
  • Size: 649 x 500mm (unframed)

 
One of four limited edition screen prints created for Giles Rounds' exhibition 'We Live in the Office' at The Royal Insitute of British Architects, 22 September - 5 February 2017
¥15,723
excluding shipping

Takeshi Hayatsu – The Road

XCE7
As part of ‘Making it Happen: New Community Architecture’ the RIBA commissioned architect Takeshi Hayatsu to make a piece about one of his latest projects featured in the exhibition, entitled ‘The Road’. Hayatsu worked with Grizedale Arts in Coniston, a community engagement and interpretation project which aims to transform the public realm of the Coniston Institute and John Ruskin Museum in the Lake District.
 
Takeshi Hayatsu is a Japanese architect and a founding director of Hayatsu Architects in London. His practice’s current portfolio includes private commissions from arts-related clients, and public commissions collaborating with arts and community led organisations. Alongside his practice he also teaches post graduate architecture studios at Central Saint Martins and Kingston University.
 
  • An edition of 50
  • Giclee print on Hahnemühle Bamboo paper
  • Size: 35cm x 25cm
  • Paper size: 40cm x 30cm
¥10,482
excluding shipping
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