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Pejac | Apnea | Berlin - Latest Info

More details are emerging of the long anticipated Pejac exhibition taking place October 2021 in Berlin. The location is ModersohnstraBe 35-45, most likely the Nåpoleon Komplex which is an art/gig/rave venue. 

Pejac was originally going to have an exhibition in New York in 2019, however this was postponed and eventually it was rescheduled for 30th October to 7th November 2021 in Berlin. More info about how to get tickets to follow.

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Pejac Berlin Exhibition

Grayson's Art Club / Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Grayson's art club Bristol

Really great news that an exhibition of artwork from the second series of "Grayson's Art Club" is coming to Bristol in December 2021. 

Members of the public were invited to share their own artworks, and thousands of entries were submitted throughout the series exploring a weekly theme such as family, nature, food, dreams, work, and travel.

These works will feature in the exhibition exclusively at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery alongside pieces by Grayson and Philippa Perry, guest celebrities and artists.

“I am honoured and delighted that the second Grayson’s Art Club exhibition will be held at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery. I am especially pleased for all the artists who have contributed to Art Club that they will get to show their work in such a prestigious venue in a great city.”

– Grayson Perry

Roll on December. Check out the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery website for more info.

Free Giveaway | Snik 'Taken Away' AP

Snik Taken Away print

Do you fancy winning this Artists Proof (AP) of Snik's latest print release? - Of course you do.

To have a chance you need to head to Snik's website and complete a virtual treasure hunt, where one lucky winner will get their hands on an AP of 'Taken Away'

Hurry - the giveaway ends on Sunday 4th July at 5pm GMT

Click here to take you to the Treasure Hunt 

Vanguard / Bristol Street Art | Exhibition at M Shed

Bristol street art exhibition vanguard Mshed

Bristol has always been synonymous with street art ever since a certain Banksy took to the streets with a spray can and made history. His images are global icons and Banksy's prints sell for many thousands of pounds (which is why we love the affordable Banksy replicas by the West Country Prince). 

From anarchist origins in the ‘80s and ‘90s through to the explosion of the scene in the early ‘00s, this exhibition brings together one of the largest collections of original works and memorabilia ever seen in the UK.

Presenting new and original works from Adam Neate, Andy Council, Antony Micallef, Bill Posters, Carrie Hitchcock, China Mike, Conor Harrington, Dale VMN Collins (formerly known as Dale Marshall), Dicy, Eko, Feek, Filthy Luker, Inkie, Karen Dews, Kineta Hill, Lucas Price, Lucy McLauchlan, Matt Small, Mau Mau, Mr Jago, Paris, Rowdy, Sickboy, Swoon, Will Barras and Xenz.

Besides seminal works, notable moments, key events and extraordinary artists, the show examines the creative response of the city’s pioneering underground scene throughout the UK’s turbulent social and political history. It also considers the drive for social change that underpins the work of many of today’s street artists.

Beyond Bristol, Vanguard | Bristol Street Art explores the evolving disciplines of British and Irish artists as they draw inspiration from nature, new tech, activism and history to challenge the bounds of ‘street art’, actively contributing to a new unfolding visual genre.

Check out the Bristol M Shed website for more info.

Pejac | Apnea | Berlin

Pejac has just announced that he will be having an exhibition in Berlin in October 2021. Details are yet to be confirmed - when they do we will update the blog.

Pejac Scattercrow

Jean-Michel Basquiat | King Pleasure | Exhibition at Starrett-Lehigh Building - New York

Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibition new york

The Starrett-Lehigh Building in New York will be hosting an exhibition of rarely seen artwork by Jean-Michel Basquiat that will be curated by his family.

One of the pioneers of street art, Jean Michel's artwork will be showcased through immersive environments providing unique insight into the late artist’s creative life and his singular voice that propelled a social and cultural narrative that continues to this day.

Organized and curated by the family of Jean-Michel Basquiat, this exhibition of over 200 never-before-seen and rarely shown paintings, drawings, multimedia presentations, ephemera, and artifacts tell the story of Jean-Michel from an intimate perspective, intertwining his artistic endeavors with his personal life, influences, and the times in which he lived.

And just in case you were wondering; 'King Pleasure' is the the title of a painting created by Jean-Michel in 1987 and is the name of a bebop-loving bartender turned jazz vocalist whose first hit, in 1952, “Moody’s Mood For Love,” catapulted him to fame.

Check out the King Pleasure exhibition website for more info.

Tracey Emin / Edvard Munch | The Loneliness Of the Soul | Exhibition at The Royal Academy

Tracey Emin / Edvard Munch exhibition at the Royal Academy

We love to champion and feature art by amazing female artists such as We Have Your Prints favourites Michelle Mildenhall and Amy Gardner.

Tracey Emin has been at the cutting edge of the UK art scene since emerging in 1993 and has remained a polarising figure since her Turner Prize nominated 'My Bed' at the Tate Gallery.

A great bit of Art news for London, an exhibition is currently running at the Royal Academy. The Loneliness of the Soul sees Tracey Emin selecting masterpieces by Edvard Munch to show alongside her most recent paintings.

Tracey Emin has long had a fascination with the Norwegian expressionist and painter of The Scream, Edvard Munch: in her words, “I’ve been in love with this man since I was eighteen”. In 1998 she even created a haunting video piece filmed at the same Oslo jetty that was the location of many of his well-known works. It is just one example of how, like Munch, she embraces even the most painful experiences to create art.

The exhibition features more than 25 of Emin’s works including paintings, some of which will be on display for the first time, as well neons and sculpture. These works, which explore the loneliness of the soul, have been chosen by Emin to sit alongside a carefully considered selection of 18 oils and watercolours drawn from MUNCH’s rich collection and archives in Oslo, Norway.

Check out the Royal Academy website for more info.

Bridget Riley | Pleasure Of Sight | Exhibition at The LightBox

Bridget Riley exhibition

To celebrate Bridget Riley's 90th birthday this year, this exhibition will explore the artist's love of sight and how it surprises us. Delve into the historical roots of Bridget Riley’s art and her working methods, through a selection of exemplary striped, curved, colour and black-and-white works. Examples will be drawn from each decade – from the 1960s to the present day – with oils, prints and preparatory colour studies forming a medium scale retrospective that will explore the artist’s enduring exploration of colour, structure and perception.

Checkout The LightBox website for more details

 Yayoi Kusama | Infinity Mirror | Exhibition at the Tate

The Tate presents a rare chance to experience two of Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms. These immersive installations will transport you into Kusama’s unique vision of endless reflections. Tickets for this exhibition are sold out through to October 2021; however more tickets will go on sale in September. Check the Tate website for more details

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