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Ground Floor Gallery presents Drums on Paper: With the Neighbors

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

For Drums on Paper: With the Neighbors, Ground Floor Gallery has invited local, Park Slope-based printing studio, Authorized to Work in the US Press, to take over their gallery space for a month!

The studio’s founder, artist Cem Kocyildirim, will print new Risograph work from the gallery – in collaboration with local artists – and encourage the gallery’s neighbors to experience the process through artist-led workshops from the space. The show will evolve as prints are created in the gallery each week and added to the exhibition. Cem will also continue his Riso Bike tour (initiated this summer) throughout the City!

The exhibition and workshops run through October 15, 2017, with the closing reception from 3 – 5pm.

 

Curious Duke Gallery will be exhibiting at the Buy Art Fair, Manchester (26-29 September)

Monday, September 2nd, 2013

Curious Duke Gallery  will be exhibiting at the Manchester’s Buy Art Fair from 26 to 29 September. Curious Duke Gallery was founded by Eleni Duke in 2011 to support emerging and established artists to exhibit and sell art work at affordable prices. Contact  Curious Duke Gallery  for more details.

 

Modern Art Buyer presents a series of prints with a strong Cornish flavour by Jess Townsend

Monday, June 24th, 2013

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Image: Heather on cape by Jess Townsend (Courtesy of Modern Art Buyer)

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Modern Art Buyer has recently introduced Jess Townsend, a printmaker specialising in etchings inspired by her life-long love of Cornwall and the South West Coast. Her sensitive prints focus on her fascination with detail and patterns found in nature. The works are tranquil and beautiful, depicting fragile flora and minerals after years of exposure to the coastal elements. For more information click here

DegreeArt.com releases the first film in their ‘Guide to Collecting Affordable Art’ series

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

DegreeArt.com has just released the first film in our Guide To Collecting Affordable Art series! Don’t Be Intimidated.  Watch it here.

With the release of a guide to buying and collecting Affordable Contemporary Art DegreeArt has decided to collaborate with Vivay’s Pubilishing and Beatrice herself to give you first hand advice when it comes to purchasing and collecting affordable art. Click here to find out more and purchase the book.

DegreeArt.com , which was founded in 2003, is an innovative company selling, commissioning and renting the finest artwork created by the students and recent graduates emerging from the most prestigious art establishments. Since its inception, DegreeArt.com  has established itself as the market leader in UK student and graduate art sales.

DegreeArt.com  is run by founding partners Isobel Beauchamp and Elinor Olisa. They created the company to provide promising, emerging artists with a platform from which to launch their careers and to provide the art buying public access to these artists and their art through their website, showcases, events and exhibitions. The company is based at The DegreeArt.com  Gallery on Vyner Street. Read more about the gallery

The Delicate Mayhem Gallery and A Little bit of Art at the East London Design Fair this weekend

Friday, December 2nd, 2011

A Little bit of Art and The Delicate Mayhem Gallery will be exhibiting at the popular East London Design Show from 2nd to 4th December. Click here for a 2 for 1 ticket offer.

The Delicate Mayhem Gallery Stand 89

The Delicate Mayhem Gallery aims to represent the best in contemporary illustration and artists working in socio-political and architectural themes, at this years ELDS we will be showing the work of Laura Jordan.

A Little bit of Art – Stand 96

A Little bit of Art specialises in selling affordable printed artworks. Our commitment is to source a diverse selection of artists, illustrators and printmakers who are using different mediums and techniques to create exciting imagery. A Little bit of Art has been set up by Gina Cross who spent 10 years commissioning illustration for the Guardian newspaper and continues to work with some of the best illustrators and artists in the UK and beyond.

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