Sensationalism: Young British Artists

Damien Hirst Black Heaven (Nite Time)

The Young British Artists (YBAs) are taking a word and running with it, creating a whole other art style that they’ve grown popular with. Sensationalism is the use of something (whether stories or … [Read more...]


Barcelonetta R.B. Kitaj

A Curated Print Exhibition From Marlborough Fine Art, London In 1970 Allen Jones exhibited for the first time a group of three fibreglass sculptures: Hatstand, Table and Chair depicted young … [Read more...]

E/AB Fair – A Whistle Stop Tour

Ryan McGinness at Lower East Side Printshop

Editions And Artists' Books Fair, New York We are having a fabulous time visiting our friends and colleagues exhibiting at the fair and as well as meeting many wonderful new print studios.  The … [Read more...]

Editions / Artists’ Books Fair (E/AB Fair)

Blue Wonderwheel - William Steiger

EDITIONS / ARTISTS' BOOKS FAIR (E/AB FAIR), NEW YORK November 5-8, 2015 E/AB Fair Thirteen standout leading print dealers and print studios who are exhibiting at the E/AB Fair, New York. View … [Read more...]

Art Periods – Why Do Artists Have Them?

Visiting Animals Paula Rego

Every notable artist has a distinct style that you can spot across a room – you’d never mistake a Pollack for a Magritte as you wander the halls of the MOMA. Even so, an artist’s work drastically … [Read more...]

Art Prints at the House of Commons – Jealous Gallery Makes a Great Impression

Launching its campaign ‘Our Future Is In The Making: An Education Manifesto for Craft and Making’, the Craft Council and its partners took to the House of Commons on to urge the government to engage. … [Read more...]