ICA - Trojan

Our design team were pleased to frame a unique exhibition of preparatory sketches and previously unseen photographic scrap books by Trojan, a self-taught artist, make-up artist and fashion icon from the 1980’s London club scene!

Artworks on paper are particularly vulnerable to the long-term damaging effects of heat, light, dust and airborne pollutants. Each frame has been designed to a museum quality to provide long-term conservation against these threats. The designs are cut from high quality maple wood and waxed to retain the natural colour of the timber. Each drawing is secured into place using high quality photo corners and protected with ultra violet light filtered glazing. These simple, square-profile frame designs provide a sleek and un-intrusive backdrop to Trojan’s comical and absurd artworks and are the ideal solution for large-scale museum and gallery exhibitions.

John Jones is delighted to act as the preferred framer for all editions at the Institute of Contemporary Art.

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ICA - Trojan
ICA - Trojan
ICA - Trojan


Trojan - Works on paper
Images Courtesy of the ICA
Photographer: Stephen White

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