Sir Michael Craig-Martin - Turning Pages
Created by Sir Michael Craig-Martin especially for Turner Contemporary, Turning Pages (2016) celebrates the gallery’s only permanent artwork which has been positioned in the Sunley Gallery, above the information desk since the gallery opened.
The neon work Turning Pages (2011) is a recreation of Craig-Martin’s first ever public commission for Margate Library in 1975 and was installed in the Sunley Gallery for Turner Contemporary’s opening in 2011.
This exclusive print represents the iconic open book motif in Craig-Martin’s distinctive style, offering you the opportunity to own an artwork by an internationally renowned artist which is also a special part of Margate’s history.
Unframed, digital inkjet print, 61cm x 61cm.
Limited edition of 40, signed and numbered by the artist on the back.
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