In conjunction with the opening of Active Blur, an exhibition of works by Nepalese artists of Tibetan descent Tsherin Sherpa and Tenzing Rigdol, Rossi & Rossi have produced an outstanding giclée print of Tsherin Sherpa’s monumental work All Things Considered (2014) in partnership with Iniva(Institute of International Visual Arts). Iniva is an institution that explores the politics of race and global identities through the contemporary visual arts, working across media with artists, curators, creative producers, writers and the public. Iniva supports artists and their practice, creates platforms for debate at the intersection of society and politics and encourages access to and awareness of, transnational art practices and art histories. Iniva has been producing limited edition prints since 2005 and proceeds from the sale of Sherpa’s print will directly support Iniva’s programme of exhibitions, events and publications.
Image: Tsherin Sherpa, All Things Considered, 2015, digital giclée print with gold leaf on Somerset paper, 2 panels, total size 51.3 x 81.7 cm (20 ¼ x 32 ¼ in), edition of 50