Archive for October, 2016

New Sedition App for Apple TV

We’re delighted to launch a new Sedition App for Apple TV, providing a seamless experience for displaying your Sedition art collection on any high-definition TV screen with HDMI. The Sedition App for Apple TV is now available to download free from the App Store on Apple TV.

The app is the latest to join Sedition’s apps for iOS, Android and Samsung Smart TV. Our aim is to give collectors access to their Sedition art collection across all their digital devices including smartphones, tablets, and TVs. To find out more about the full range of devices Sedition can be used on, visit:



Artwork selected from playlist in the Sedition Vault

Key features of the Sedition Apple TV App include the ability to easily browse and search artists and artworks, and purchase artworks directly from the app. Play your Sedition collection from the Vault, order your playlist, and view your certificate of authenticity. You can also add artworks to your Wish List and follow artists to receive updates on new artworks and exhibitions.


Sedition Art Stream

For easy access to a curated display of twelve artworks, streamed online, you can subscribe to the Sedition Art Stream from within the Apple TV app. Each week a new artwork is added to the stream and the oldest work is removed, providing a regularly rotating collection of works for your screen. By subscribing to Art Stream, you can discover new artists and artworks for just $10 per month. To find out more, visit our
Art Stream page.

To get started displaying art on your TV, search for Sedition Art in the App Store to download the app on your Apple TV. The latest Apple TV is available from the Apple Store starting at just $149.

Sedition Guide to FIAC 2016, Paris

This week, Paris is enlivened with art as the FIAC and satellite events (including Paris Internationale, Asia Now Paris, Outsider Art Fair and YIA) come to the French capital. To help you navigate the fairs, we’ve curated a selection of exhibitions now taking place across the city. View works by your favourite artists from Sedition presenting works in an around FIAC 2016.

Artists at FIAC

Lawrence Weiner is exhibiting work with three galleries at the fair. With Galerie 8 + 4 his embroidered work Form of Difficulty is shown in a group exhibition featuring works by Véra Molnar, Anne & Patrick Poirier and Pierrette Bloch. Meanwhile, represented by Marian Goodman and Alfonse Artiaco, the artist presents a large scale floor and wall based work On The Up, On The Above Up, On The Below Up outside the Petit Palais.

The Documentary: Geocentric Puncture, Guan Xiao 2014

The Documentary: Geocentric Puncture, Guan Xiao 2014


Guan Xiao presents a number of sculptural works, installations and digital prints at Kraupa-Tuscany Zeidler, one of ten galleries exhibiting as part of the La Fayette sector in the Grand Palais.

Ron Arad’s Armadillo Tea Pavillion (2016) is among outdoor sculptural works presented at the Jardin des Tuileries as part of the Tuileries sector. His work features alongside that of Alexander Calder, Gloria Friedmann and Jean Nouvel and is exhibited by Revolution Precrafted.

Anatomy of an Angel, Damien Hirst

Anatomy of an Angel, Damien Hirst, 2008


Damien Hirst presents Anatomy of an Angel (2008) with White Cube at the Petit Palais. The work, carved in Italian Carrara marble, is a depiction of an angel in a classical style inspired by L’Hirondelle Alfred Boucher (1920). The skin of the angel is torn, revealing glimpses of the human anatomy as depicted and dissected in medical practice.

Elsewhere in Paris

Scroll by Jonathan Monaghan at Galerie 2248m2

Scroll by Jonathan Monaghan at Galerie 2248m2


While in Paris for FIAC, be sure to catch GOTHAM, Jonathan Monaghan’s current solo exhibition at Galerie 2248m2. The exhibition runs until 29 October and presents sculpture, video and installation works which explore the digital transformation of materiality in relation to concepts of wealth and prestige.

Back to the End of the Beginning of the End, Again – Jake and Dinos Chapman


Amalia Ulman’s solo exhibition, Reputation, is presented at New Galerie in the Marais from 20 October to 20 December. Those in Paris for FIAC might also like to head to London for Ulman’s current exhibition Labour Dance at Arcadia Missa. Kamel Mennour presents an exhibition of installation works by Jake and Dinos Chapman in two separate Paris locations. Back to the End of the Beginning of the End, Again is on display both at the gallery’s main Paris location on the rue Saint-André des arts from 14 October to 26 November, and at 28 avenue Matignon from 20 October to 26 November 2016.

FIAC, contemporary art fair takes place at Grand Palais, Petit Palais and at off-site locations around Paris from 20-23 October 2016. For more information visit:

Introducing… The Sedition Frame


Sedition is delighted to introduce the Sedition Frame, a beautifully designed frame for collectors to turn their iPads and Samsung Galaxy tablets into a high-quality art display. The Sedition Frame is a hand-crafted wooden frame, designed to complement any interior – at home or in the office.

There are many ways to display artworks on the Sedition Frame. Using the Sedition iOS or Android app, display your artworks from the Vault on a rotating playlist. Download the artworks into the app to enjoy them even while offline. Alternatively, subscribe to the Sedition Art Stream to view a curated stream of twelve artworks that are updated weekly. seditionframe_twocolours_blackoak-1Crafted from solid oak, the Sedition Frame comes in two finishes: Black and Light Oak. The frame features a magnetised front cover in matte-black powdered steel, which ensures that devices are held securely in place and allows easy access to install or remove the tablet in seconds.

Along with the frame are three inserts adapted to fit the most popular tablets including iPad 2, iPad Air 1 and 2, 9.7 inch iPad Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Tab A. The frame can be wall-mounted or displayed free standing on a flat surface in portrait or landscape format. Convenient access ports for power cables in the back allow for discreet powering of the device.



  • Solid oak frame available in Black or Light Oak
  • Tablet inserts for iPad, iPad Air 1 and 2 and Samsung Galaxy Tab A
  • Powder-coated steel front cover plate in Matte Black
  • Access for power cables
  • Hanging mounts for display in portrait and landscape
  • Dimensions: 36 cm x 31 cm x 5 cm
  • Weight: 3.1 kg


Prices for the Sedition Frame start at $530 plus shipping (tablet not included). Frames can be shipped internationally from London, UK.

The Sedition Frame is also available for purchase from the Royal Academy of Art shop. Sedition has partnered with the Royal Academy to sell a range of digital limited edition artworks by Royal Academicians including: Michael Craig-Martin, Ron Arad, Jenny Holzer and Tracey Emin. The frame can be purchased from the Royal Academy’s gift shop as part of a package which can be purchased at £1,550, which includes an iPad Air tablet and the full RA collection of 14 artworks.

For more information on the Sedition Frame visit:


Sedition Guide To Frieze Week 2016


The New Brutalists by Jane and Louise Wilson


It’s that time of year again in London – with the arrival of Frieze London and Frieze Masters, the city becomes a hub for the international art community during early October as galleries and artists from across the world converge for a busy programme of talks, exhibitions and satellite events. We’ve put together a guide to this year’s Frieze Week for Sedition artists and collectors, with a focus on Sedition artists and digital art.

Sedition Picks At Frieze

Frieze Art Fair showcases the work of artists and gallerists from around the world in London’s Regents Park. This year, the fair features a series of interactive interventions, a celebration of the legacy of the 1990s, and a keynote talk by Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry. As a platform for the presentation and distribution of digital editions of art, Sedition is drawn to work which actively explores the influence of the digital medium on art. The influence of the digital can be seen in the work of emerging and established artists alike. Here are a few Sedition picks for navigating Frieze:

1. Jane & Louise Wilson

On 7 October Jane and Louise Wilson join Wolfgang Tillmans, Julia Peyton-Jones and Adrian Searle will discuss how London’s contemporary art scene has changed since the 1990s. The talk, titled Upstarts / New ‘90s Art’ is part of a strand of the festival which celebrates 25 years of Frieze Magazine by focusing on the influence of the 90s on current art practices. The talk is a chance to reflect not only on how much things have changed in the past 25 years, but also looking ahead at how things are set to change in future.

2. Yuri Pattinson

In a new installation to be unveiled at the Fair, Yuri Pattison, the winner of the Frieze Artist Award 2016, will examine systems for the interpretation of ‘Big Data’ with a fair-wide network of screens which display – digitally interpreted – live responses to the behaviour of consumers at the fair. By mirroring data interpretation systems more generally the work thinks through the mechanics and politics underlying data management, and emphasises its connection to people and objects. Pattison’s work is part of the Frieze Projects programme, curated by Raphael Gygax and supported by the LUMA Foundation.

3. Samson Young

Another of this year’s Frieze Projects, Samson Young’s When I have fears that I may cease to be, what would you give in exchange for your soul is a multimedia walk through the fair venue loosely based on Graham Greene’s Ministry of Fear. Young, a sound artist and composer born and based in Hong Kong, uses music playlists, photographs, research materials and site-specific films to create an unsettling narrative in the form of a series of surveillance reports on a bookshop owner whose trade is in personal confessions.

4. Edward Thomasson & Lucy Beech / Amalia Ulman

Alongside Frieze Projects and Frieze Talks, Frieze London Live intervenes in art fair proceedings with a programme of live interactive interventions. Sedition recommends looking out for an auditorium based choreographic work by Edward Thomasson & Lucy Beech, represented by Southard Reid, and an intimate performative work by Amalia Ulman (Arcadia Missa).

5. Angelo Plessas

At Booth H13, The Breeder presents an installation by Angelo Plessas titled Eternal Internet Brother/Sisterhood I-III. The work is an immersive installation, a platform and a network; it actively connects artists working internationally with online art. The work was first exhibited at the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens and was awarded the 2015 Deste Prize.


Prison Breaking / Powerless Structures, Fig. 333 by Elmgreen and Dragset at Victoria Miro


Satellite Events

Visitors to London during Frieze Week are spoilt for choice where exhibitions are concerned, as galleries across the city showcase incredible projects, monumental artworks and must-see talks. Works and events including a number of Sedition artists feature among the events in London from 5-9 October. We’ve put together a run-through of Sedition artist events to add to your Frieze Week calendar; we’ve also included exhibitions by artists whose work engages directly with digital art.

On 4 October, head to London’s The Strand for the Private View of Infinite Mix: Contemporary Sound and Image featuring works by Elizabeth Price, Jeremy Deller, Martin Creed, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Rachel Rose. The exhibition is organised by Hayward Gallery and The Vinyl Factory and is accompanied by a party and performance evening on 6 October. Earlier in the evening on 6th, head to the Private View of Yinka Shonibare’s solo exhibition …and the wall fell away at Stephen Friedman Gallery.

From 11am – 1pm on 8 October, see Shezad Dawood in conversation with Nicolas Bourriaud at Timothy Taylor as part of the artist’s solo exhibition Kalimpong, which combines traditional art practices and mythologies with Virtual Reality.

In Shoreditch, works by Elmgreen & Dragset and Isaac Julien are included in group exhibition Protest at Victoria Miro. The exhibition is open during Frieze week alongside Victoria Miro’s booth at the fair, which features the work of Yayoi Kusama, Chantal Joffe and Grayson Perry.

Meanwhile in Mayfair, Suzanne Treister presents a body of work made by a fictional algorithmic High Frequency Trader in solo exhibition HFT: The Gardener at Annely Juda Fine Art. On 3, 4 and 8 October visit Streams of Warm Impermanence, a group exhibition exploring flesh in networked era at DRAF. In Peckham, Arcadia Missa presents Labour Dance, a solo exhibition by Amalia Ulman. Visit the gallery during Frieze week from 6 to 8 October.

Frieze London and Frieze Masters take place at The Regent’s Park (Park Square West entrance), London NW1 4NR, UK between 5 and 9 October 2016.