of the artist’s vision, and the thousand-mile quirkiness of the assemblages made from rubbish and found objects are what distinguish the collection.
Prices range from £2,800 + vat for a limited edition artist book to £5,000 + vat for ‘The Gunduster’.
Al recently exhibited at the XVA Gallery in Dubai, UAE (15-22 March, 2009). Braithwaite has exhibited internationally; in Tehran, Muscat, Amman, London, New York and Amsterdam. Exhibitions include FBI and Chocolate: A Public Installation, Penn Station, Baltimore, MD, USA (2007), Off Screen: Axis of Evil at Briggs Robinson Gallery, New York City, NY (2004), Deepression (2004) and Deeper Depression (2006) at Atbin Gallery, Zangar Gallery and Zahad Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2004; 2006), Off Screen: New Blood at Orfali Gallery, Amman, Jordan (2003). Braithwaite’s work is in collections including the British Council, Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA) and the Royal Jordanian Collection.
‘Museum No. 1: Hizbollah’s Caviar’ is at Rose Issa Projects in London from 23 April to 16 May. Rose Issa is an independent curator, producer and writer specialising in the visual arts and films of the Middle East and North Africa.
Rose Issa Projects is located at 269 kensington High street, London W 8 6NA
0207 602 770
**Nicholas Forrest is an art market analyst, art critic and journalist based in Sydney, Australia. He is the founder of http://www.artmarketblog.com, writes the art column for the magazine Antiques and Collectibles for Pleasure and Profit and contributes to many other publications.