Art

Bouncing off the wall – 20th Century Graphic arts fair

Celebrating Gordon Cullen’s restored mural at Greenside School which is unveiled on Saturday 10th May. Organised in conjunction with Jennings Fine art there will be 20th Century posters, prints and books for sale as well as the launch of a previously unavailable Ravilious wood engraving entitled ‘Muse’ which will be launched in an edition of …

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Design Museum

The Paul Smith show ‘Hello I’m Paul Smith’ at the Design Museum on the South Bank has been extended to 22nd June 2014. The two stunning art walls have been hung from floor to ceiling with photographs and ephemera from the Paul Smith archive, much of which has been framed by Picture over the last …

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Art Exhibition – Sarah Ezekiel, Andy Wild, Lisa Todd

Exhibition featuring a variety of paintings made by artists with disabling illnesses. Movement for Hope is a charitable social enterprise that utilises the arts to increase support for people with brain and spinal cord illnesses. The organisation exists to bridge the communication gap between patients and researchers, and to use the arts to make their …

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A ‘must see’ for all Blockheads

First ever showing of Ian Dury: More Than Fair pop art exhibition at RCA Kensington (now until 1 Sept). Great friend and influenced by Sir Peter Blake, show curated by daughter Jemima Dury – worth a visit. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1996276438/ian-dury-more-than-fair-art-exhibition

Going on a Bear Hunt?

Going on a Bear Hunt Live opens for its West End Summer Season at the Lyric Theatre Shaftsbury Avenue tomorrow (through to 1 September) http://www.bearhuntlive.com/about-the-show.htm And we’ve got limited edition Helen Oxenbury prints in stock – four different images to choose from. What a beautiful day!

Fiona Rae Framed

Just framed a couple of Fiona Rae prints (solid white box frames with recessing spacers and UV glass). Described as ‘a Jackson Pollock for the digital age’ her work challenges the modern convention of painting. Current exhibition at Towner museum in Eastbourne (until 23 June). Fiona Rae: Maybe you can live on the moon in …

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