Digital Artwork - Art Makes Children Powerful by Bob and Roberta Smith

Art Make Children Powerful is a high-resolution limited edition video of Bob & Roberta Smith’s iconic banner which was created as part of his Art Party campaign to promote art in education and public life. Click on the video below to preview this artwork and see the full effect of the animation. Once your order is received a gift card will be posted to you. For instructions on how to use this card to access your artwork and numbered certificate, please see below. Available in a digital edition of 300. This product has been discontinued. See the Related Products below or email and we can suggest something similar which you may also like.
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Dimensions 16.7 x 12cm
Fabric & material Plastic/Card
Edition 300
SKU 02084637

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Bob & Roberta Smith (aka Patrick Brill, b.1963) is a British artist renowned for political slogans and brightly coloured banners that are often humorous and empowering in their message. He has been actively campaigning in support of arts education across the UK, to emphasise the value and importance of the arts for children today in light of government cuts.

Smith graduated with an MFA from Goldsmiths College, London, in 1993 and shortly thereafter chose his pseudonym, which references his sister Roberta with whom he collaborated creatively in the early years. In 2009, Bob and Roberta Smith was shortlisted for the Fourth Plinth exhibition in London’s Trafalgar Square. His work can be found in public and private collections including the Tate Collection, UK Arts Council Collection and UK British Council Collection.