Jealous have been working away behind the scenes on this new collaborative project with Soho Home Editions! Curated by Kate Bryan and printed by Jealous Print Studio, Soho Home have released a portfolio of new editions including the incredible talents of Archie Proudfoot, Paul Davies, Aimee Parrott, Danny Augustine, Scarlett Bowman, Eliza Hopewell, Jack Burton and Alice Browne.
These eight prints produced and printed in the Jealous Print Studios make the first portfolio of works for Soho Home Editions, a new artistic venture for Soho Home. The prints are reflective of the artworks currently displayed in the Soho Houses internationally which are curated by Head of Collections Kate Bryan. Here she talks more about the Editions;
‘The Soho House art collection consists of about 5000 art works across all our different sites. It’s a really important part of our identity and the way we engage with the creative community. The members often ask us ‘how can I build a good-looking art wall like that?’, or’ how do I find a young emerging artist?’ or ‘how do I go about creating a salon hang?’ That’s where Soho Home Editions came from – wanting to create a version [of the artist's work] which was affordable but well curated so people can have a piece of the action at home.'
You can read more about the collection and purchase works from the portfolio on the Soho Home website or via this link
Keep on scrolling to learn more about each edition and why the artists were chosen to collaborate with Soho Home Editions.
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