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music to visual arts, there is only one step. Christie's will soon offer auction several creations of the Leader of Radiohead, Thom Yorke, and the British artist Stanley Donwood. Among them are six canvases, created for the pouch of the album "Kid A" which celebrates this year its 21 years.
After meeting Thom Yorke on the banks of the Exeter School of Art, Stanley Donwood started collaborating with Radiohead for their third EP, "My Iron Lung", released in 1994. He has since realized the covers of All of their albums, including the newest, "A Moon Shaped Pool" (2016).
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Christie's will sell six Stanley Donwood paintings during his sale "First Open: Post-War and Contemporary Art", which will be held from October 5th to 19th. This series of dystopic landscapes, carried out between 1999 and 2001, is closely linked to the pouch of the fourth disc in Radiohead, "Kid A" (2000).
Stanley Donwood designed them in a barn that Radiohead had bought as a recording studio with the money he had won with their third album, "OK Computer" (1997). "We had many versions of the blanket, all with different images and different titles in different fonts. We could not determine which was the right one, then we all descended them and stuck them with Adhesive tape on cabinets and the kitchen refrigerator, hoping that the next morning, the good coverage and the right title would be obvious. And it was the case, and it was called 'Kid a', " -He remembered in a statement.
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A new record for Stanley Donwood?
These canvases are estimated between 10,000 and 15,000 pounds (between 11,651 and 17,473 euros). Amounts slightly below Stanley Donwood sales record at auction. It was established in November 2009, when "Kabul" was awarded 16,250 pounds (about 18,929 euros) in the London galleries of Phillips.
Before going under the hammer, these six paintings will be exhibited from October 9 to 15 at the London headquarters of Christie's. They will be presented to the general public alongside drawings, words and digital artwork selected for the occasion by Stanley Donwood and Thom Yorke. "Visitors to our galleries will have the opportunity to glimpse the celestial world around the melodies of 'Kid A', said Victoria Gramm, a specialist in post-war and contemporary art at Christie's.
The sale and exhibition of these paintings coincide a few days with the 21st anniversary of the release of "Kid A". To mark the event, Radiohead will be released on November 5 a new album truffle of unpublished, entitled "Kid A Mnesia". This is actually a reissue of the fourth and fifth albums of the group, "Kid A" and "Amnesiac".
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