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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.

 

Gurley’s ‘What Happens in the Print Room…’ at Anise Gallery until 24/March

Monday, February 29th, 2016

 

Image: Bikes on Camper by Gurley (Courtesy of the artist and Anise Gallery)
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Shad Thames based Anise Gallery presents What Happens in the Print Room… a new exhibition by Gurley. Using an artistic process that has been an established art form since the early 1900’s, London based Gurley has been focussed on developing her own evolution of the screenprint for the past ten years of her practice. Back at Anise Gallery for her third solo exhibition, What Happens in the Print Room… turns its attention to the process of the screenprint, the methodology that lies beneath its printed surface.

Click here to read more on the Anise Gallery website.

Catherine Rayner’s ‘Alexander’ arrives at the Sarah Wiseman Gallery, Oxford

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

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Just arrived to the Sarah Wiseman Gallery, the latest hare print by Catherine Rayner ‘Alexander’ (illustrated above, courtesy of the Sarah Wiseman Gallery). He will be added to the Printmaking Focus exhibition when he comes back from the framers however it is sure to be a popular print. Also in the Printmaking Focus Exhibition the last in the edition of ‘Pascale’ by Catherine Rayner; an ideal opportunity to pick up a desirable silkscreen by this highly collectable artist. For more information contact Sarah Wiseman Gallery.

AWAD’s Flaere Gallery and artist Hidemi Takagi to raise funds for Japan

Thursday, March 24th, 2011

In the light of the scale of damage from the Tohoku Pacific earthquake in Japan,  Hidemi Takagi and Flaere Gallery have decided to raise funds for the artist’s country.

The new project of Hidemi Takagi, Blender will be offered on a limited basis at a special rate of £55 with all profits to the Japan Society Tohoku Earthquake Relief Fund.The Fund will channel 100% of all donations received to the ongoing work of voluntary and community organisations (NPOs) working in the most affected prefectures.

The Blender project is a lens into New York’s immigrant communities and cultures. (more…)

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