ATELIER JI - FINE ART PRINTS & PUBLICATIONS
Founded in 2013, Atelier Ji publishes and produces Contemporary Art in Print. As a publisher and a producer of limited edition prints, Atelier Ji works in close collaboration with the artist so as to ensure the highest standard of production and authenticity in our prints.
Our printers have worked with many internationally acclaimed artists including: Gillian Ayres, Stephen Chambers, Ian Davenport, Richard Deacon, Arturo Di Modica, Lukas Duwenhögger, Tracey Emin, Conor Harrington, Elizabeth Hayley RCA, Damien Hirst, Gary Hume, Katherine Jones, Anish Kapoor, Ben Kustow, Joe La Placa, Wolfe Von Lenkiewicz, Antony Micallef, Lisa Ruyter, Amy Stephens, Finlay Taylor, Simon Vernon, Richard Woods, Jonathan Yeo and many more.
Our printers have worked with leading international publishers including; Alan Cristea, Paragon Press, All Visual Arts, Eyestorm, The Future Tense, Geist Galleries, Hungry Boy Books, Cubitt Gallery and Studios, Pocklington Press, Emma Hill Fine Art, Eagle Gallery, Emin International, ICA (London), William Benington Gallery, Rodeo Gallery, HUS Gallery and Studio Voltaire.
WORKING WITH US
CONTRACT: Artists can collaborate with us on a contract basis. We provide a full consultation and production service from plate-making to proofing, editioning to finishing for our clients. Projects range from unique impressions to editions, portfolios and/or box sets. Prices for this service vary. This service is available to individual artists, galleries or publishers. For all enquiries relating to our studio services please contact us at email@example.com.
PUBLISHING: Atelier JI invites artists in to the workshop each year to collaborate with the Master Printer and produce a print or series of original prints. Artists will normally work with us for one or two weeks. Atelier JI cover the production costs of these projects and are also responsible for the sale of the impressions. We welcome submissions from artists wishing to be published by Atelier JI. Please send a CD/DVD with images, CV, artist statement and a project outline to our mailing address, or alternatively via WeTransfer.
MONOTYPE: For artists wanting to make unique, single print impressions (not editioned) with a spontaneous, painterly quality, monotype sessions can be booked for half days, full days or multiple days