Twelve Days of Unbound

3 to 14 December 

2020’s Unbound seasonal sale is Twelve Days of Unbound – 12 days of 12 guest editors with each recommending books or films or editions that they would like to give or receive as festive gifts, and all offered at 12% discount. Keep an eye on LADA’s newsletter and social media to see the selections picked our guest artists and the LADA team.

The guest editors of Twelve Days of Unbound are: Neil BartlettAmy Sharrocks,  Krishna IsthaAma Josephine BudgeNwando EbizieRiver Lin,  Nando MessiasJoon Lynn GohTammy ReynoldsKeith KhanCharlotte Cooper, and the LADA team.

Think of it as a Live Art advent calendar 🎁.

Shop 'Twelve Days of Unbound'

All items will remain on sale until January 6th. Our last UK post run will be Monday 21st December. International customers should well in advance of that date.

Banner image credit:

Image by Rosaleigh Harvey-Otway

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