Innovations and developments in classical printing techniques have allowed artists to create limited Editions also in three dimensional shapes.

Sometimes referred to as multiple, the sculptural equivalent to a limited edition print, is created, numbered and authorized by the artist himself.

Its history dates back to the 1950s, when avant-garde artists Jean Tinguely and Yaacov Agam put forward the idea as a way of making their art more widely available and accessible – a subversive notion at the time. In 1959, Swiss artist Daniel Spoerri founded MAT edition, selling three-dimensional artworks in sets of 100, by Marcel Duchamp, Tinguely and Man Ray amongst others. Experiments like these encouraged many artists to create multiples, and huge numbers have produced them ever since.


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