Iris Touliatou
sweeter and lower, 2022

Perspex box, ground stationery, former Grazer Kunstverein CI
Edition: 8
18,5 x 14 x 2,2 cm
Numbered and signed certificate
€ 500,00* (incl. VAT, excl. packing and shipping costs)

sweeter and lower contains some of the remnants of untitled (sweet and low), a work presented during appendage, Iris Touliatou’s solo exhibition at Grazer Kunstverein in 2022. untitled (sweet and low) was the result of having transformed the old, left-over stationery of the Grazer Kunstverein— half white / half red—into a pink pulp, which then was scattered over the floors of the building. By shredding the stationery with a blender, a pink fluff emerged from the transactional paper that in a former life used to transmit official communication, invoices, announcements, etc. sweeter and lower gathers fragments of that action and compresses them into a plexiglass box. Contained and preserved, the left-overs of what once was whole meet again and are turned into a vivid chromatic picture in hues of pink.

*The editions are available to the members of Grazer Kunstverein. It is possible to become a member when purchasing an edition.

Iris Touliatou (b. 1981, Athens) lives and works in Athens. Recent solo exhibitions include mothers, Rodeo, London/Piraeus (2022); appendage, Grazer Kunstverein (2022); Organs, EXILE, Vienna (2020); and Overnight, Radio Athènes, Athens (2019). Touliatou has been part of the group exhibitions SIREN (some poetics), Amant, New York (2022); 2021 Triennial: Soft Water Hard Stone, New Museum, New York (2021–22); Work and Leisure, Milan (2022), When I state I am an anarchist, PLATO, Ostrava (2022); Anabasis, Rodeo Gallery, Athens (2022); Eclipse, the 7th Athens Biennale (2021); Lives of an Object, Andreas Melas and ARCH, Athens (2021); The Way In, Haus N Athen, Athens (2021); Anti Structure, DESTE Foundation, Athens (2021); Interval, Goethe-Institut Athen (2021); The Same River Twice, Benaki Museum, Athens (2019); and Manifesta 12, 5x5x5: Selected Projects, Palermo (2018), among others.

Maria Toumazou
Old Town Street (towards Photo Net), 2022

Pigment print on Hahnemühle FineArt Baryta, 325 gsm
Edition: 10 + 3 AP
16 x 23,5 cm, unframed
Numbered and signed certificate
€ 375,00* (incl. VAT, excl. packing and shipping costs)

Old Town Street (towards Photo Net) depicts the expressive painting of a female nude displayed in a framer’s shop window and is layered with the reflection of Nicosia’s old town. Resembling the processing and the becoming of an image, the analog photograph was shot at a close distance to Photo Net, Toumazou’s local photography store, where her pictures are developed and printed. The photograph is part of a series of 26 pictures resulting from numerous walks through Toumazou’s hometown. The series appeared for the first time in R, C, the publication that accompanied RHYTHM, CITIZEN, Toumazou’s solo exhibition at Grazer Kunstverein in 2022. One of them is now available as an exclusive artist’s edition. 

*The editions are available to the members of Grazer Kunstverein. It is possible to become a member when purchasing an edition.

Maria Toumazou (b. 1989, Cyprus) is an artist and publisher based in Nicosia. Recent solo presentations include RHYTHM, CITIZEN, Grazer Kunstverein (2022); SCRAP B, Point Centre for Contemporary Art at Moufflon Bookshop, Nicosia (2022); Coil, Hot Wheels Athens (2021); and Fair-face Elysée, Thkio Ppalies, Nicosia (2019), among others. Toumazou has participated in group exhibitions including SISTERHOOD, Streaming voices unifying energies, Angelo Plessas and P.E.T. Projects, Nicosia (2021); Touch Release, Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden (2021); Hypersurfacing, NiMAC, Nicosia (2019); Soft stone documents, Municipal Arts Centre, Limassol (2017), among others. Neoterismoi Toumazou (Toumazou’s former collective with Orestis Lazouras and Marina Xenofontos) was invited as a special guest to the Cyprus Pavilion at Biennale Arte 2017, Venice, curated by Jan Verwoert. She was a guest student at Städelschule, Frankfurt, after completing her studies at Goldsmiths College, London, and the Glasgow School of Art.

Leporello, 22 pages, limited edition
11.5 x 17 cm
De Hallen Haarlem, Grazer Kunstverein, 2016
Price: 50,– Euro

Chris Evans, Morten Norbye Halvorsen
Jingles (Grazer Kunstverein, spring, summer, autumn, winter)
12” Vinyl LP
Sets of 6 Limited Editions

Each hand-printed silkscreened sleeve is produced in an edition of 25 and signed by the artists. Digital download link included.
Colors available: Green, Pink, Dark Blue, Red, Grey, Light Blue

Single price: 30,– Euro
Price for a set of six: 150,– Euro