5 Year Print Market Review 2023

In London

Julian Opie’s works in this collection, Walking In London, reflect the artist’s investment in the mundane. The artist explains why he was so drawn to figures in motion elaborating: ‘when you move, the world becomes more visible’ as the act of walking allows one to be transported from the isolation of a screen or a book into the outside world and wider communities.

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Meaning & Analysis

Walking In London is an iconic collection produced by Julian Opie in 2014. The inkjet prints on a lenticular acrylic panel are signed and come in an edition size of 50. They show a full-length figure in motion. The figures appear to be walking somewhere and the prints capture the essence of everyday life in London. Opie’s works in this collection reflect the artist’s fascination with and love of the mundane. Discussing his depictions of quotidian reality, Opie explains ‘mundane things are just as exciting as all the things you might imagine escaping into.’

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