Ignasi Aballí: Latitudes Anniversary Tote Bag (ONLY 1 LEFT!)

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Ignasi Aballí: Latitudes Anniversary Tote Bag (ONLY 1 LEFT!)

50.00

This bag is one of four limited-edition silkscreened totes produced on the occasion of our Barcelona friends,  Latitudes’ 10th Anniversary. The bags are made from natural durable cotton canvas with a reinforced base. Each tote features a press-stud closure, an internal pocket with a zip (never loose your keys again!), an adjustable shoulder strap, as well as smaller handles for carrying like a briefcase.

The full tote edition has been featured in the exhibition “A short history of the art book bag (and the things that go in them)” (24 August–24 October 2015) at the Asia Art Archive in Hong Kong curated by Ingrid Chu (Curator of Public Programmes).


Ignasi Aballí’s design is a nod to Nothing, or Something, his project at Suitcase Art Projects / Today Art Museum, Beijing, that Latitudes curated in 2009. This project centred on the artistic history of absence and comprised a series of display windows of a retail centre which drew attention to mundane or invisible materials such as dust and newspapers, light and air. Ignasi’s bag is a mischievous take on slogan apparel, a bold statement (in Helvetica, naturally) printed in barely visible ink. By showing the first side you would reticently declare “NOTHING”, or by deploying the reverse side you could display the skeptical catch-all message: “SOMETHING”.

This bag is one of four limited-edition silkscreened totes produced on the occasion of Latitudes’ 10th Anniversary.


The work of Ignasi Aballí (Barcelona, 1958) has been shown in solo exhibitions including: Artium Centro Museo Vasco de Arte Contemporáneo, Vitoria, Spain (2012); Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo (2010); ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany and Museu de Serralves, Porto (2006). He is currently preparing solo exhibitions at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid (autumn 2015) and at the Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona (2016).

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