Marlborough Graphics is delighted to participate in the London Original Print Week 2021 .

For this year's edition, Marlborough Graphics presents a selection of prints and limited edition works in our private viewing rooms at Marlborough Gallery on Albemarle Street in London. This display runs alongside the current exhibition of work by Victor Pasmore in our main galleries, and full details of all the prints on view can be found below.

This display of limited edition and graphic works for London Original Print Week is open for public view from 4 - 7 May 10:00 - 5:30pm and on Saturday 8 May 10:00 - 4:00pm.

Bookings are encouraged and can be made by following the link to ArtSVP here.

Grayson Perry describes how he created his Map of Nowhere –his personal worldview and a parody of the intellectual constructs of religion.

Denis Lawson explains the influence of the Hereford Mappa Mundi on Grayson Perry’s Map of Nowhere.


Grayson Perry, Map of Nowhere
The Countess of Rosslyn talks Tatler through the highlights of this year’s fair starring enigmatic prints from Picasso to Grayson Perry, old and modern masters alike. Alongside Perry's Map of Nowhere, Rossyln also includes Francis Bacon's Study from the Human Body in her list of what to see this week.