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editions by major contemporary artists



The Multiple Store was one of the first initiatives set up in the late-90s to offer great art at reasonable prices. Unlike many art organisations, the enterprise keeps its edition sizes small, ensuring that each artwork’s value increases.
Jessica Lack, the Guardian




The perfect introduction to art collecting for anyone new to the game.
Daily Telegraph, Saturday Review




The Multiple Store, the cheapest way to buy works by some of the best known names in contemporary art.
Louisa Buck, the Art Newspaper




The Multiple Store, the favourite haunt of contemporary art lovers in search of original works at affordable prices.
Eurostar Magazine




The prices rise as the editions begin to sell out and these [The Multiple Store’s commissions] are works which should have a long-term secondary market value.
Elspeth Moncrieff, The Art Newspaper




Best prices are at The Multiple Store’s customer-only pre-launch drinks parties where prices are usually £50 or more below the publication-prices.
John Windsor, The Observer




The Multiple Store sets the pace as far as 3-D British Multiples are concerned. There is a certain cachet which goes with owning a Multiple that you don’t get with other, one-off pieces of art. Because not only will you own something by an artist who has works in, say, the Tate, but you can own the very same piece that is on display there.
Weekend FT How to Spend It




One of the most affordable places to purchase art by well-known names including Turner Prize nominees. The Multiple Store commissions high-quality, mostly 3-dimensional pieces in low edition sizes, ensuring the work is a solid investment.
Elle Decoration




The Multiple Store brings fantastic cutting-edge art to a wider audience. Their partnership with the artists has resulted in some remarkable work.’
Stuart Evans, Simmons & Simmons, Chairman, Tate Patrons of New Art, 1998 to 2000; Juror, The Turner Prize 2001




Over the past 40 years sculpture has been the most potent area of visual arts practice in the UK and yet few people have been able to afford and house work by the most influential sculptors. The Multiple Store changes all that in an instant. It’s modus operandi is artist-driven rather than commercially led and the range quality and inventiveness of the projects produced are phenomenal.
Tim Marlow, former editor TateETC, art critic, broadcaster, Exhibitions Director; White Cube