news and events
our pick of new exhibitions, art fairs and private views.
For all our Swedish followers, Jealous favourite Joakim Allgulander is set to open his solo show in Stockholm next week. The exhibition "Intruders" includes paintings with images from everyday life, but pitched in colour and composition that creates an existential drama and intrigues the viewer.
The opening party takes place Thursday 25th September, 5-7pm, Galleri Agardh & Tornvall, Sibyllegatan 65, Stockholm.
A Jealous Gallery favourite, Katharine Libretto will be showing new works in a month long solo exhibition in Hong Kong.
One One Out Gallery
G/F, 34 Sau Wa Fong, Wanchai, Hong Kong
27 September - 27 October 2014
Private View, 7 - 9pm 26 September
A unique photographic event incorporating a major exhibition and print sale plus photographic workshops for all levels and a guest lecture series featuring creative leaders from across the industry.
Celebrating the photographic creativity of 125 Magazine's contributors over the last decade, this is a major exhibition featuring the work of 100+ artists, each of whom have selected their most innovative pieces for public display in an eclectic range of sizes and framing styles. All work is for sale with prices starting at £250.
There is also a lecture series and workshops. See for more details: http://www.125world.com/125live
12 – 28 September 2014, 28 Redchurch Street, London
Save the Bees is a new environmental campaign founded by beekeepers Barnes & Webb to protect the honey bee.
Artists and illustrators have been invited to create unique artworks inspired by the Save The Bees campaign which will be on display as well as a living pollinator garden, educational exhibits, and music. The works will be for sale at the launch event on Thursday 18th, with all money raised funding the new not-for-profit Save the Bees campaign activities. The exhibition is then open to the public.
18 – 21 September 2014, Forge & Co Gallery, 154-158 Shoreditch High Street
Bringing together solo exhibitions by two artists, 'Something For The Weekend, Sir?' considers what it means to be a man today. Caught in an undefined and contradictory state this project explores masculinity from a range of perspectives. Hennessey’s hybrid collages explore themes of identity and personal representation investigating the role of men in society and how this is reflected in our every day. Riddiough creates vivid film & photographic essays that combine fact & fiction using found imagery, with works such as Clip Cut Gel addressing male grooming, masculinity, the gaze and the painful compulsions of male sexuality.
2 – 11 October 2014, A Brooks Art/Offsite-Gallery at Vic The Barbers,185 Grays Inn Road
Private View 6 – 9pm Thursday 2nd October 2014
For more events see: http://abrooksart.com/portfolio/something-for-the-weekend-sir/
The Blake Project are set to hold a festival to kickstart a crowd-funding campaign to buy William Blake's cottage and preserve it as a place of cultural significance.
The campaign to buy Blake’s Cottage, the birthplace of the English 'Jerusalem' was launched at the Houses of Parliament on Monday 7 July and The Blake Society have to raise £520,000 to secure it.
The 'Golgonooza' (Blake's mythical city) festival is planned for 18-20 September, with many musicians, writers, poets and performers lined up for events in Felpham.
Now in it's eleventh year, the Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair is hitting the road, and Jealous are joining them.
After a fantastic event at London's Brick Lane earlier this year, we are very excited to be joining the likes of Peter Blake, Tracey Emin and Gavin Turk on the Folkestone seafront.
Famous for exclusive one-day bargains, you are sure to find fantastic big name pieces for very low prices. Visit the Jealous stand for astonishing deals on your Jealous favourites, plus a few surprises. Get in early to avoid dissapointment!
The fair coincides with the opening weeekend of the fantastic Folkestone Triennial and Folkestone Fringe, so more than worth the trip.
Saturday 30th August, 12-4pm
Folkestone Harbour Carpark, CT20 1QH
£3 Entrance fee
For the first time, an immersive exhibition brings together different art forms that demonstrate the astounding possibilities of digital technologies in creative fields such as music, cinematography, game design, fashion and art. London's Barbican Centre plays host to the work of a new generation of artists, designers, filmmakers and musicians who are pushing the boundaries of their disciplines; plus new commissions by some of the biggest names in the technology and arts industries such as Christopher Nolan, will.i.am and Google. Visitors can interact with digital art installations, experiment with new technologies, visualise music and play indie videogames, all of which create a mind-blowing experience of the advances in digital media from cult computer games of the 1980s to anticipated designs of the not-too-distant future.
3 July - 14 September 2014
When thinking of modern geometric art, the works of European artists such as Kandinsky and Mondrian spring to mind, but in South America in the 1930s a group of young artists were pioneering a new visual language that redefined the rules of art at the time and should not be neglected. Artists across five cities boldly experimented with colour and form, incorporated new materials such as neon and kinetic sculpture into their practice and turned to abstraction as a revolutionary mode of expression. By mimicking industrial processes and exploring the psychology of perception, they created a kind of art that could be made by anybody and understood by everybody.
This summer, The Royal Academy of Art is giving these modern artists the spotlight that they deserve for their forward-thinking work. Radical Geometry demonstrates how South America embraced the modern in the mid-century and played a pivotal role in challenging the traditional perceptions and processes of art.
5 July — 28 September 2014
“The idea is simple: Ghosts Of Gone Birds asks each artist to adopt an extinct bird from a list of over 200 species and breathe life back into it - so we don’t lose any more” explains Ghosts of Gone Birds creator and creative director, Chris Aldhous.
A percentage of the profits from the sale of the original art goes to help frontline conservation projects fighting to save the lives of endangered birds around the world. Ghosts Of Gone Birds has already helped highlight critical endangerment issues like illegal hunting in Malta & use of mist-nets, lime sticks to trap rare birds in Cyprus.
Ghosts Of Gone Birds at The Lookout will show 20 artists including driftwood sculptor Guy Taplin, video artist Katie Goodwin, local artists Sula Rubens, Martin Carter, and returning Ghosts artists Adam Bridgland, Beatrice Forshall and Philip Hardaker.
Ghosts Aldeburgh: Admission free
Exhibition dates: July 29th – Aug 9th 2014 Venue: The Lookout Tower, 31 Crag Path, Aldeburgh, Suffolk. IP15 5BS Opening times: Tues – Fri 10am – 5pm / Sat & Sun 11 – 6pm
Ben Eine LIVE @ Jealous
This week, pioneering street artist Ben Eine will be transforming the outside of Jealous Studio with his iconic graffiti letter-writing.
With a new ground floor space currently being transformed for our upcoming Jealous Gallery East, we thought we might employ one of the most prolific urban artists to spruce the place up with some specially commissioned pieces.
Come and catch the man himself in action, until the 31st July.
2A Luke Street, Shoreditch, EC2A 4NT
Captivated by the endless aesthetic and formal possibilities of the materiality of the human body, Saville makes a highly sensuous and tactile impression of surface and mass in her monumental oil paintings. Subjects are imbued with a sculptural yet elusive dimensionality that verges on the abstract. In recent paintings, she renews her enduring figurative investigations by depicting bodies embracing and intertwined.
Several new works are inspired by the ancient Egyptian rubbish dump at Oxyrhynchus, one of the most important archeological sites ever discovered. Heaps of discarded documents and literature, incredibly preserved in the area’s dry climate, are now invaluable; fragments of ancient Greek texts such as Euclid’s Elements and the poems of Sappho are among the excavated papyri. Saville alludes to this history through a deep layering of paired subjects: faces, torsos, and limbs overlap with shadows and reflections, palimpsests of living bodies and ancestral apparitions. Silhouettes drawn in charcoal through the surfaces of oil paint underscore the motion of the central embracing figures, while evoking the timeless human process of sketching. These intermediate “studies” echo the shifting status of the unearthed papers—once discarded, now treasured.
13th June - 26th July
In a unique work created for the Serpentine, the internationally acclaimed artist Marina Abramović will perform in the Gallery for the duration of her exhibition: 10am to 6pm, 6 days a week. Creating the simplest of environments in the Gallery spaces, Abramović’s only materials will be herself, the audience and a selection of props that she may or may not use. On arrival, visitors will both literally and metaphorically leave their baggage behind in order to enter the exhibition: bags, jackets, electronic equipment, watches and cameras may not accompany them.
The public will become the performing body, participating in the delivery of an unprecedented moment in the history of performance art.
11 Jun 2014 to 25 Aug 2014
The Human Factor surveys how artists over the past 25 years have reinvented figurative sculpture, looking back to earlier movements in art history and drawing on contemporary imagery.
The artists engage in dialogues with modernist, classical and archaic models of art.
Across their work, the figure is a catalyst for exploring concerns from political violence and mortality to sexuality and voyeurism.
The exhibition features works by over 20 leading international artists including Pawel Althamer, Frank Benson, Huma Bhabha, Katharina Fritsch, Ryan Gander, Rachel Harrison, Georg Herold, Thomas Hirschhorn, Jeff Koons, Paul McCarthy, John Miller, Cady Noland, Ugo Rondinone, Yinka Shonibare, Thomas Schütte, Paloma Varga Weisz, Rebecca Warren, Andro Wekua and Cathy Wilkes.
Tuesday 17 June - Sunday 07 September 2014
This special display offers an introduction to the largest but least known part of the Gallery’s outstanding collection – its holding of prints.
The Courtauld Gallery houses one of the most significant collections of works on paper in Britain, with approximately 7,000 drawings and watercolours and 20,000 prints ranging from the Renaissance to the 21st century.
This display of some thirty particularly remarkable and intriguing examples spans more than 500 years and encompasses a variety of printmaking techniques.
The selection includes works by Mantegna, Bruegel, Canaletto, Picasso, Matisse and Freud.
Runs from 19 June - 21 September 2014
After it's successful premiere at the Crypt in Bristol, this Friday marks the London opening of Jess Albarn's astonishing solo show Resurrection. On display at Soho's Lawrence Alkin Gallery, Resurrection is an exploration of the natural beauty of death, preservation and extinction.
On display will be a selection of intricate paintings on clay and glass, as well as Jess's signature delicate pencil drawings on paper.
13th-28th June, Lawrence Alkin Gallery Soho.
The doors to this year's Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy are almost open. The world's largest submission-led exhibition presents a wide array of paintings, sculptures and of course, prints.
The work displayed ranges from the affordable to the slightly less-so, but it helps to bear in mind the proceeds from each purchase goes towards the Royal Academy Schools Bursary Scheme, supporting budding young artists with a leg-up into the world of contemporary art.
09 June — 17 August 2014
Royal Academy of The Arts
London, W1J 0BD
Jealous Needs You!
Jealous Needs You is an ongoing project that produces prints with the best of upcoming artists, illustrators and designers.
We have previously worked with Rose Blake, Daniel Frost, Frank Laws, Adam Hayes and many many more.
If you would like to produce a print edition with Jealous, for free, send a submission to email@example.com
Jealous Gallery and Charming Baker are very proud to present the UK premiere of ‘Faith’s Leap’ for the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict, 10-13 June 2014 at ExCel London.
The Foreign Secretary and Angelina Jolie, Special Envoy for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, will co-chair the event.
‘Faith’s Leap’, consisting of a 30ft airplane sculpture and four ornate aluminium and bronze busts, will be on view to the UK public for the first time in support of a very important cause.
Jealous and Charming Baker will also be releasing a brand new print edition, with all proceeds going to War Child.
More details to come soon…
Turner prize 2014 shortlist unveiled
The 30th Turner prize will be contested by four artists who are almost impossible to pigeonhole, using techniques that include film, storytelling, installation and screenprinting.
The shortlist, announced on Tuesday at Tate Britain, is made up of Duncan Campbell, Ciara Phillips, James Richards and Tris Vonna-Michell.
All four are in a sense collagists, often using images and films they have physically discovered or found online. They also explore subjects that are more their parents' history than their own.
Penelope Curtis, Tate Britain's director and chair of the judging panel, said: "This year's nominations illustrate the mobility of the contemporary art world, in which works are seen at global biennales and festivals over the course of the year. The four shortlisted artists share a strong international presence and an ability to adapt, re-stage and re-interpret their own and others' works, very often in collaborative social contexts."
The four artists will now use or create work for a Turner prize exhibition at Tate Britain from 30 September with the £25,000 winner named on 1 December.
Whatever you’re doing this weekend, it can probably wait. The Tate Modern calls, with its seminal exhibition of the vibrant and fabled Matisse cut-outs. Displaying 130 powerful and groundbreaking works created with only a pair of scissors, a pile of paper and some glue, the masterpieces of Matisse’s final years are a feast for the eyes and soothing for the soul.
A major influence on a generation of 60s and 70s American painters, the cut-outs have continued to inspire many to this day.
The exhibition will be at the London gallery until 7 September before it travels to New York's Museum of Modern Art in mid-October. It can also be seen by cinema-goers from 3 June with the launch of Matisse Live.
If you are lucky enough to be in Spain, Jealous favourite Adrian Navarro has a new exhibition opening at Galeria Maior on 20th April, entitled Loops. Navarro’s visual exploration celebrates the dichotomy among physical confinement and expansive freedom in painting. The artist’s training as an architect becomes apparent in his approach, showing architecture’s ultimate function: creating habitable spaces. His paintings work as a window to an illusory landscape through a skin that creates the effect of permeability and detachment. Navarro’s struggle between opposites symbolizes the pulsation of life that plays tensely with the role of our body in the artificial world.
20 April – June 2014
Plaça Major, 4-1º – 07460 Pollença
5th Base are delighted to present a new print exhibition by artists Drift London.
Drift is a collective of London based Artists, Illustrators and Designers. Their new show 'Half-Tone Heroes' brings together the work of Craig Keenan, Ben Rider and Raiph Vaughan in an explosion of colours, styles and techniques. Three very different artists unified by their passion for print making and united in their quest to vanquish boring white walls.
The exhibition runs through the whole Easter weekend and is open daily from 12 till 6pm.
The exhibition opens Thursday 17th April from 6pm and Jealous will be hosting live screenprinting all evening.
5th Base Gallery
23 Heneage Street (Off Brick Lane)
London E1 5LJ
Discover the beautiful art of Chiaroscuro woodcuts as the Royal Academy present works from two of the finest collections in the world. Conceived as independent works or based on the designs of the greatest Renaissance artists such as Parmigianino, Raphael and Titian, you will see how this pioneering 16th-century printing technique breathed new life into well-known biblical scenes and legends; from Perseus slaying the Medusa to Aeneas Fleeing Troy, and the Miraculous Draught of Fishes. They have brought together 150 of the rarest and most exquisite examples of this forgotten art form.
15 March — 08 June 2014
The Sackler Wing, Burlington House
Jealous highly recommends the Tates Modern's current retrospective from the founding father of pop art, Richard Hamilton. Aside from iconic pieces ‘Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing‘ and ‘Swingeing London 67’, the exhibition spans 60 years of work. From oil paintings, sculpture, and polaroids, to collage, x-rays, and large scale installations, the show examines the diversity of Hamilton’s work. In one room a giant Robbie the robot from The Forbidden Plant looms overhead, as visitors stroll over a foam floor, while a jukebox belts out classic hits. Elsewhere is his recreation of a hotel lobby from a postcard. Visually stimulating pieces are underpinned by sharply political references, including Margaret Thatcher, IRA hunger strikers and Tony Blair depicted as a gunslinger.
13 February - 26 May
From 10th March to 18th April 2014, Scream Editions is taking its newly launched online print gallery to the busy streets of Soho with an exciting pop-up just off of London’s iconic Carnaby Street at 20 Foubert's Place.
On Thursday the 20th, Saturday 29th March and Sunday 30th March 2014, Jealous will be welcoming the public to take part in live printing an exclusive run of prints only available to purchase at the pop-up on the day. This will include exclusive prints by David Shillinglaw, Shuby and Magda Archer that will be available to buy there and then.
We hope to see you there!
Jealous Prize Winner 12/13 Maaike Anne Stevens presents Black Sea, an exhibition of new work at the Acme Project Space.
Utilising moving image, text, print and sculptural forms, Maaike creates a friction between time and events, both real and supposed. The port city of Odessa, on the Black Sea acts as a point of enquiry for Maaike who has spent a period of time researching the rich synthesis of historical events and narratives that surround the sea and the city. The resulting work acts as an exploration of the transitional state between personal drives and appropriated behavioural patterns, set within a landscape marked by Facebook posts and age-old rocks.
Acme Project Space - 44 Bonner Road, E2 London.
21.3.2014 - 20.4.2014
Marcelle Joseph Projects is thrilled to present and curate PAZAR, British sculptor Jonathan Trayte’s first exhibition in Turkey. This exhibition will feature a seductive array of sculptures, paintings, and images inspired by the marketplace and specifically the sensuous bazaars of Istanbul. In this exciting new exhibition space, enormous concrete casts of pumpkins and marrows are presented amongst sugary aluminium paintings and exotic, meticulously painted bronze fruits mounted on towering cemented plinths. Trayte’s practice is concerned with the mimicry of foodstuffs and inspired by the language of colour used in food display and packaging. The exhibition has been titled PAZAR, the Turkish word for both market and bargain.
Exhibition dates: 21st March - 31st May 2014
Hours: Monday - Friday, 10am - 6pm, Saturday, 11am - 6pm.
Istanbul Art Project at Ajans Medya Ltd
Kuruçeşme Caddesi No. 3, Beşiktaş 34345 Istanbul
After last years spectacular installation Rain Room by Random International, The Curve Gallery at the Barbican is home yet again to another transfixing and disorientating installation; Momentum. The United Visual Artists (UVA) collective have created a carefully choreographed sequence of sound, light and movement, which responds to the unique space of the Curve.
The installation consists of twelve impressive pendulums, which swing from the ceiling, activating lights that have been designed to move in different ways, sometimes in unison, sometimes in pairs. This is an installation absolutely not to be missed, prepare to navigate through this haunting and impressive space guided by your heightened senses.
Momentum is on until the 1st of June. Barbican.org.uk
Jealous will once again be exhibiting at the London Original Art Fair, Royal Academy of Arts, 24th - 27th April.
Now in its 29th year, the London Original Print Fair is the world’s longest running specialist art fair, allowing a chance to browse works from all periods pf printmaking.
Jealous will be live screenprinting at the event and showcasing the best work from the Jealous Print Studio.
For complimentary tickets please email your address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year we are very excited to be venturing over to NYC to take part in the Affordable Art Fair New York City.
We will be taking along work from our top artists and the best of our Jealous editions onto American soil. We will also be releasing some new editions especially for our US Jealous debut. Watch this space..
A four-day event hosting over 80 galleries and a huge array of contemporary art, the spring edition will host thousands of original paintings, prints, sculptures and photographs, ranging from $100-$10,000, with more than half priced under $5,000.
April 2-6 2014, Metropolitan Pavilion
We are very excited to confirm that, following the official launch of the Jealous Prize Winners prints at Art14 (27 February - 2 March), the suite of new prints will be on display at the Saatchi Gallery from 1st-30th March.
The print portfolio will then be entered into the V&A permanent print collection.
We can now officially announce the Jealous Prize Winners 2013/14:
Teo Ormond Skeaping (Slade School of Art), Olivia Kemp (Wimbledon School of Art), Sean Penlington (Chelsea School of Art), Nicola Thomas (Royal College of Art), Charlie Billingham (Royal Academy of Art), Hwa Seon Yang (Central Saint Martins), Trevor Abbott (Camberwell School of Fine Art), Mitra Saboury (Goldsmiths).
Jealous will once again be exhibiting at Art 14 at stand F6, which takes place at Kensington Olympia from 28th February - 2nd March.
We will be launching our Jealous Prize Winners new print editions, as well as featuring editions by Kate Gibb, Jacky Tsai, Anthony Burrill, Ann-Marie James, Russell Marshall, Joakim Allgulander and a very special print release by Charming Baker. Stay Tuned for more information.
Jealous Projects will also be taking a stand at M28 to debut a collaboration with the current composer in residence of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Fung Lam. The installation, entitled 'The Tiananmen Square Project (1989-2014)' punctuates the 25th Anniversay of the Tiananmen Square Incident and highlights the silence of the Chinese Government in relation to the event.
The live performance will involve 3 soloists, performing the specially composed piece on a specially constructed stage.
For free tickets please email email@example.com
Recently picked up by the V&A permanent collection, Chris Agnew is a skilled artist who has a unique approach towards drawing and painting. A Jealous Graduate Prize winner from 2010, Agnew's signature technique of etching on panels stands him out from the crowd. Focusing on the fluctuating processes of constructing and deconstructing political, religious and sociocultural belief systems, Agnew finds inspiration in classical works. His love for historical etchings is evident in his use of complex geometric patterns. His core goal is to “seek and observe rhythms and patterns at work in nature and particular events”.
The Mighty Grip of Fate runs from 10 January to 9 February at ArtEco Gallery Ltd, 533 Old York Road, Wandsworth, London SW18 1TG.
Jealous will be exhibiting at the London Art Fair, at the Business Design Centre, Islington from the 15th- 19th January. As always, we are excited to be part of one of the premier events for Modern British and contemporary art. We will be showing our favourite Jealous editions, and a selection of original pieces.
If you would like complimentary tickets please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your postal address.
If you haven’t had a chance to get down the newly-opened Serpentine Sackler gallery, then we have good reason to make the trip.
The Zaha Hadid-designed extension to the Serpentine is temporary home to the Chapman Brothers’ latest twisted assault on the senses.
‘Come and See’ is a multimedia exhibition, showcasing Jake and Dinos' sculpture, painting, literature, film and musical skills, building a dark and provocative take on Western culture. Rub shoulders with Klu Klux Klanners in stripy socks and open-toed sandals as you admire taxidermied woodland animals in ‘compromising’ situations, washed down with a good dose of dismembered body parts and a film sequence of the terrible twosome emerging from a giant vagina. You have been warned.
Open until Feb 9th 2014.
Jealous is delighted to announce that the Jealous Prize for MA Graduates has now been included as part of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s permanent print collection.
After a visit to The Jealous Studio, Gill Saunders, Senior Curator for Prints at the V&A spoke of how delighted she was to have received such a diverse and important collection of works from the countries best emerging talent.
Awarded to one Fine Art MA graduate from each of the eight major London colleges the Jealous Prize is an all expenses paid residency at the Jealous Print Studio in London working with our studio team to create a new limited edition print. These editions are then launched and surveyed at Art 14 before a general release.
London Colleges involved in the Jealous Prize include The Royal Academy, The Royal College of Art, Goldsmiths, Camberwell, Central St Martins, The Slade, Chelsea and Wimbledon.
The high cost of living in London comes with its rewards. London is home to fantastic, free-admission places to go for culture, live entertainment and family-friendly activities.
With their vast permanent collections and free talks and tours, London is spoilt for choice of world-class museums and stunning art galleries. Jealous whole heartedly recommends you make the most of all they have to offer, starting with the Daily Introductory Tour at the Victoria & Albert Museum. Running four times a day, every Monday and Wednesday until the 31st of December, the tour is free, non-bookable and drop-in. Learn about the history of the V&A and be introduced to a selection of treasures from the Museum’s outstanding collections.
A great starting point but only the tip of the iceberg! The V&A offers a selection of different talks and tours ranging from neo-Renaissance earthenwares to a close look at their Medieval Galleries. Well worth a visit.
The Victoria and Albert Museum is located at Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL. The tours leave from the Meeting Point, Grand Entrance.
The team behind the British Library's major new exhibition has commissioned the brilliant Gregori Saarvedra to create an array of beautiful and playful illustrations as part of 'Georgians Revealed: Life, Style and the Making of Modern Britain.'
Spanish-born Saavedra's new work will be displayed alongside over 200 unique items; from the first ever British fashion magazines to theatre tickets, interior design portfolios and masquerade masks.
8 November - 11 March 2014
British Library, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB
Jealous will be exhibiting at the London Illustration Fair this November, London's premiere showcase for emerging talent in the world of contemporary illustration, print and design. Primarily artist-led, it offers the opportunity for buyers to come face to face with their favourite artists and designers.
There is something for everyone and prints to suit all budgets, so join us at the Hoxton Arches from the 29th of November till the 1st of December for this fantastic fair, not one to miss!
In 2011, Jealous released a portfolio of prints by 18 artists in aid of the charity Bird Life International's 'Preventing Extinctions' Campaign. The portfolio was released at the Ghosts of Gone Birds exhibition in London on the 2nd November.
Ghosts of Gone Birds create multimedia exhibitions that aim to breathe life back into lost species of birds and raise awareness of birds on the brink of extinction.
The new book, by Ghosts creator Chris Aldhous, is a dazzling record of the first four exhibitions, how the project came about it, the artists involved and how the project has evolved.
Featuring artists as varied as Billy Childish, Jamie Hewlett, Rob Ryan, Desmond Morris, Felt Mistress, Le Gun, Adam Bridgland and Ralph Steadman.
50% of the royalties from sales of the book will be given to frontline conservation projects selected in conjunction with BirdLife International.
Visit http://goo.gl/5j9zzh for the Jealous Ghosts of Gone Birds portfolio, available to order.
Jealous highly recommends Adam Dix's upcoming solo show, a series of original works on paper exploring the way in which objects of communication are idolised in modern society.
Jealous Graduate Prize '09 winner Dix brings together folk, family tradition, ritual and religion from ages past, with satellites, technology and the modern infatuation with mass connectivity.
Check out our artist page for our Adam Dix print editions.
Jealous favourite Dan Baldwin kicked off new solo show ‘Fragile’ last week at Gallery 8, with a star-studded private view. Expect the usual intricate and colourful mixed media canvas’, mixing the light innocence of youth, with the dark and macabre. He will also be showcasing some fantastic new ceramic work, vibrant large-scale tile paintings and new silkscreen editions.
The show also coincides with the launch of his book; ‘Dan Baldwin: 23 years’, featuring over a hundred visuals from his stunning portfolio of work.
Get down before the 4th October, this one is not to be missed!
Once again Jealous returns to the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea.
We have half price tickets to give away, if you are interested in popping along send an email to email@example.com and we will send some tickets your way!
24-27 October 2013, Battersea Park London.
Patrick Caulfield/Gary Hume at the Tate Britain
This summer the Tate Britain is pairing two icons of English contemporary art, Patrick Caulfield and Gary Hume.
Tracing the development of Caulfield’s distinctive style, the show features over 30 significant pieces from key moments in his career. Seminal pieces such as Dining Recess 1972 and Interior with a Picture 1985-6 are being shown alongside less well known works and paintings.
Showing alongside is an exhibition on contemporary painter Gary Hume. Hume is known for his bold exploration of colour, line and surface, and was a leading figure in the ‘Young British Artists’ group.
Tate Britain brings together 24 artworks spanning his career from 1988. The show features iconic paintings and sculptures alongside less familiar pieces, new works and international loans not yet seen before in the UK.
All Night Summer Shorts at Jealous Gallery
The Jealous Team introduces all new 'All Night Summer Shorts' to the window our Crouch End gallery, a walk by cinematic experience.
Throughout the summer we will be showing short films by MA graduates, beginning with with 'Stumbling Block' by Mitra Saboury, MFA Goldsmiths.
Mitra Saboury's work articulates the effect of the built environment on subjective experience. She has a Bachelors of Science in neuroscience from the University of Pittsburgh, and is currently completing her Masters in Fine Arts at Goldsmiths College. She has exhibited internationally and was recently selected by Axisweb as a MAstar, distinguishing the most promising artists from the UK’s leading MA courses.
As the world quickly moves towards a ‘paperless’ society and even art is threatened with Digitalization, Saatchi Gallery debuts their latest exhibition ‘Paper’.
Jealous recommend visiting The Serpentine this month to see the first solo exhibition of American artist Sturtevant held in a UK public institution.
Sturtevant is celebrated for her work centered around the relationship between repetition and difference, placing particular emphasis on replicating a selection of prolific artists who themselves lifted their imagery from pre-existing sources.
LEAPS JUMPS AND BUMPS showcases a retrospective of Sturtevant’s work since the 1970s, and at an almighty 83 years old, she is still top of her game. The exhibition features core works in a variety of media and platforms, including Finite Infinite (2010), an impressive large-scale video piece, and Gonzalez-Torres Untitled (2004), an adornment of light bulbs) an earlier version of which was shown at the Serpentine Gallery in 2000 in the Felix Gonzalez-Torres exhibition).
Unique in many respects, this show allows you to experience artwork that constantly reworks and refreshes the notion of repetition.
Come and visit The Ellen Gallagher solo show at the Tate Modern this summer, not one to be missed! Ellen Gallagher is one of the most acclaimed contemporary artists to have emerged from North America since the mid-1990s. Her gorgeously intricate and highly imaginative works are realised with a wealth of virtuoso detail and wit. This is her first major solo exhibition in the UK, providing the first ever opportunity to explore an overview of her twenty-year career.
A beautiful video by the super talented Frederick Rich, focusing on the construction and opening of Charming Baker's Los Angeles solo exhibition 'Lie Down I Think I Love You'.
Jealous Prize Winner Erica Donovan at the Venice Biennale
Past Jealous Graduate Prize Winner Erica Donovan has been commissioned by Artquest to create new work for the Artists Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
The Artists Pavilion is the primary social space for visual artists throughout the Biennale previews.
Every two years, Venice becomes the international meeting point for the contemporary art world, with over 400,000 art lovers, critics and professionals flocking to the city to take in the vast array of art, architecture, music and theatre as well as the Venice Film Festival.
Erica transformed the window of The Artists Pavilion into a façade of an English beach hut. Erica constructed and photographed a model of the beach hut, which was then scaled up on Contravision to fit the window.
Much of Erica’s work uses simple, bold colours and highly skilled techniques to create pieces that are unique, approachable and that parallel the concepts behind her work. Her beach hut is a humorous response to the national pavilions from a ‘British seaside holiday’ perspective.
Erica is a MA Graduate of Fine Art from Camberwell School of Art and won one of the first Jealous Graduate Prizes back in 2009. A highly talented screen printer, Erica has exhibited across the UK, with residencies including The Florence Trust in Islington. Erica has also set up her own screen print studio where she teaches screen printing, produces and publishes her own work.
Jealous at Open East Festival!
After a hugely successful Art Car Boot Fair, Jealous are pleased to announce that the fun doesn’t stop there.
The Open East Festival on the 27th and 28th of July marks the re-opening of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on the first anniversary of the London 2012 Games. If you didn’t make it down to The Art Car Boot Fair don’t despair, it is resurfacing for a second appearance. Featuring the Real Food Festival, The House of Fairy Tales, live music from the likes of Toots and the Maytals and The Waterboys, and various other activities and entertainments it certainly sounds like a weekend not to be missed.
Tickets are only £9.50, and can be booked in advance here: www.ticketmaster.co.uk/openeastfestival
If you didn't manage to have your mugshot taken fear not, Jealous will be repeating the hugely successful live pop-up portrait event with artist Russell Marshall, as well as having various other treats in store.
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Jealous at The Art Car Boot Fair
Jealous were at the unmissable 10th Anniversary Art Car Boot Fair. Teaming up with Jealous favourite Russell Marshall, booters had the opportunity to have their own free mugshot taken and signed by the artist in our pop-up police line up booth.
One colour silkscreen ‘mini-mugshots’ editions were available for highly affordable prices.
Brick Lane Yard
Corner Brick Lane and Buxton Street
London E1 12-7pm
BOXPARK is Now Open!
Our pop up gallery in Shoreditch opened today! The gallery is slowly but steadily following the Studio in the East London expansion.
New prints and old favourites will be on show, framed and unframed as well as books, posters and more. Please do come and visit when you're in the area. Jealous at BOXPARK will be around for another 6 weeks, so you have plenty of time to check it out.
Affordable Art Fair Tickets
We have a limited number of tickets available for the Affordable Art Fair in June, tickets available are Late View Invitations for Thursday 13th, Free Friday Invitations for 14th June and Half Price invitations. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org tickets and we'll see you there.
Jealous Prints For Chris Levine
Last night marked the opening of Chris Levine’s new solo show at the Fine Art Society, ‘Lightness 3.142’ featuring new limited edition prints produced by Jealous Print Studio. The new silkscreen and Giclee prints include the iconic and meditative image of the Queen and a new selection of works using phosphorescent inks of supermodel Kate Moss.
The exhibition runs from the 17th of May until the 15th of June at The Fine Art Society on New Bond Street, not to be missed!
Charming Baker Secondary Market Prints
We have some secondary market Charming Baker prints available in the gallery, half pint (balck background) £3900 + VAT, half pint nyc (gold patterned background) £3500 + VAT. Please call the gallery to enquire on 020 8347 7688 or come in to the gallery to have a look for yourself.
Check out this amazing video by the fantastic team at Peligro Pictures documenting the build up of Charming Baker's solo exhibition in LA.
London Original Print Fair
Jealous will be at London Original Print Fair at Royal Academy from 25th- 28th April. Expect a very special live printing event with the lovely Menna Jenkins and a young collectors talk.
Jealous will be exhibiting at stand 46, so do pop over and say hello!
For free tickets please email email@example.com
Lie Down I Think I Love You
The opening of Charming Baker’s solo exhibition ‘Lie Down I Think I Love You’ is fast approaching and Jealous are making our final preparations, before we jet set off to Los Angeles! The exhibition takes place at Milk Studios 855 N Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90038 on 03/22/13 10am-6pm, 03/23/13 10am-7pm and 03/24/13 10am-7pm.
Be prepared for big surprises, Baker’s beautiful original works and live printing events.
Baker's new editions will be available to purchase online from 21st March 6pm LA time (1am GMT) and will be sent out in the second week of April.
We will be updating our Twitter and Facebook pages with photos from the exhibition, so please do keep a look out for our updates!
We hope to see you all there!
Jealous will be exhibiting at Art 13, at Olympia, Kensington from the 28th February- 3rd March. We will be exhibiting at stand B12, debuting our Jealous Prize winners and Charming Baker print releases. For complimentary tickets please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lovely Axisweb Video featuring Ian Gonczarow's work on our stand at the London Art Fair here:
LONDON ART FAIR
Jealous will be exhibiting at the London Art Fair, at the Business Design Centre, Islington from the 16th- 20th January. We will be taking two stands this year, G45 and G7, showing our favourite Jealous editions, and a selection of original pieces. If you would like complimentary tickets please email email@example.com
In the studio over the last couple of months we have been working on the Sir John Tenniel Alice in wonderland Chess Boards project. Matthew our master printer worked on this to screenprint over 16 different alice in wonderland images from the original book artwork. please click the title to follow the link the Telegraph article written about this project.
It's that time of year again!
We will be exhibiting at both the Battersea and Hampstead Affordable Art Fairs this year.
Come down and bag some affordable art!
Battersea AAF - 25th - 28th Oct
Hampstead AAF - 1st - 4th Nov
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for free tickets
Peace One Day Global Truce Foundation is a non-profit organisation founded in 1999, with one objective; to raise awareness of the International Day of Peace. One of the foundations projects is to work with artists to create pieces of art work that can be auctioned off to raise money for the foundation.
This year artists; Damien Hirst, Antony Gormley, Charming Baker, Stuart Semple, Tim Noble and Sue Webster, Sarah Lucas and Sam Taylor-Wood, Gavin Turk and Jeremy Deller amongst others have been given recast AK47s as canvases, to re-work and transform into works of art.
These pieces will be going on show soon and the show will be curated by Jake Chapman. Stay tuned for more details.
MTV RE:DEFINE charity auction for The Goss-Michael Foundation
Jealous is pleased to announce that Charming Baker has once again raised a vast amount of money for charity. This time it was for The Goss-Michael Foundation.
This Foundation which was founded in 2007 by recording artist George Michael and his partner Kenny Goss and is nonprofit organization that raises money for AIDS and HIV research. Charming Baker’s Sculpture raised over $37,000 at auction which took place at the MTV RE:DEFINE event on the 22nd September.
Along with Charming Baker’s bust/sculpture “All I Want Is Love, Attention And Permission To Fail”, artists; Akaash Nihalani, Chuck Elliot Collider, Dave White, Gerard Rancinan, James Huqonin and Marc Quinn all auctioned off beautiful work for the charity too.
It's that time of year again!
We will be exhibiting at both the Battersea and Hampstead Affordable Art Fairs this year.
Come down and bag some affordable art!
Battersea AAF - 25th - 28th Oct
Hampstead AAF - 1st - 4th Nov
Email email@example.com for free tickets
This October Jealous will be collaborating with urban art fair 'Moniker Projects' to create a number of screenprints, which will be printed live during the fair.
Visitors will be able to see exactly how the screen printing process is done and meet the artists behind each exciting new screen print we will be printing during the fair.
As well as all that, Jealous resident 'Jess Wilson' will also be there exhibiting her newest works which will also be available to buy.
Artist Sophie Smallhorn (who created the very popular 'Colour Wheel' prints with Jealous) has been commissioned by architects Populous to create a colour palette that would work throughout the Olympic Stadium at Stratford. The installation of the Wrap – a spectrum of 56 coloured banners which encircle the building – is now complete, ready for the opening ceremony this Friday!
Jealous Graduate Prize Winner Chris Agnew's solo show is now on at Nancy Victor gallery.
The Pomp of Circumstances presents a series of works that operate on the understanding that belief systems – be they philosophical, ideological or religious – are largely based on a labyrinth of accidents, mistranslations, pseudo-scientific reasoning and dogmatic entrapment.
It runs until Friday 6th July at Nancy Victor Gallery at 6 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1SG, more info www.chrisagnew.co.uk
Following in the footsteps of the Whitechapel Gallery, Paragon Press, Hope Sufferance and Advanced Graphics, Jealous has been invited to exhibit a range of our limited edition prints at Deutsche Bank's London offices in Winchester Street. Artists on display include Charming Baker, Damien Weighill, Adam Dix, Sara Pope and Simone Lia, the work will be on display until the end of June, although the exhibition is not open to the public, we will keep you updated with snapshots!
Out of Focus is the Saatchi Gallery’s first major photography exhibition in 11 years, presenting wide-ranging work from 38 artists who challenge established "rules" of photography, demonstrating how the medium has evolved — often in unconventional and surprising ways — and giving an insightful snapshot of today’s photography at its most innovative.
Damien Hirst first came to public attention in London in 1988 when he conceived and curated Freeze, an exhibition in a disused warehouse which showed his work and that of his friends and fellow students at Goldsmiths College. In the nearly quarter of a century since that pivotal show, Hirst has become one of the most influential artists of his generation. This will be the first substantial survey of his work in a British institution and will bring together key works from over twenty years. The exhibition will include iconic sculptures from his Natural History series, including The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living 1991, in which he suspended a shark in formaldehyde. Also included will be vitrines such as A Thousand Years from 1990, medicine cabinets, pill cabinets and instrument cabinets in addition to seminal paintings made throughout his career using butterflies and flies as well as spots and spins. The two-part installation In and Out of Love, not shown in its entirety since its creation in 1991 and Pharmacy 1992 will be among the highlights of the exhibition.
A must see;
Alighiero E Boetti (1940–1994) was one of the most important and influential Italian artists of the twentieth century. He was a key member of the Arte Povera group of young Italian artists in the late 1960s which was working in radically new ways using simple materials. This will be the first solo show by an Arte Povera artist at Tate Modern.
The Royal Academy of Arts presents the first major exhibition of new landscape works by David Hockney RA. Featuring vivid paintings inspired by the East Yorkshire landscape, these large-scale works have been created especially for the galleries at the Royal Academy of Arts and are shown alongside related drawings and film.
This is a varied, spectacular exhibition of a truly unique artist. There has never been an exhibition of this size of her work in the UK and this is an unmissable opportunity for both Kusama fans and those new to her work.
Jealous will be exhibiting at the London Art Fair, at the Islington Business Design Centre from 18th - 22nd January 2012.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for free tickets.
Grayson Perry curates an installation of his new works alongside objects made by unknown men and women throughout history from the British Museum’s collection, until 19th February 2012
Highly recommended by the Jealous team!
November 2 to November 23
GHOSTS OF GONE BIRDS will be presenting its latest show featuring over 200 NEW WORKS by artists such as Sir Peter Blake, Billy Childish, Charming Baker, Jamie Hewlett, Kai and Sunny, Ralph Steadman, Pure Evil, Le Gun, Jessica Albarn and Ben Newman The exhibition is dedicated to breathing artistic life back into the bird species we have lost so we don’t lose any more. There will also be LIVE PRINTING, TALKS, READINGS AND PERFORMANCES.
JEALOUS has created a brand new portfolio of limited edition prints currently on display both at the Rochelle School and in our gallery in Crouch End and will be live printing at the event every Saturday, from 1 - 3pm
The Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, Shoreditch, E2 7ES
Monday - Friday, 12.00 - 20.00
Saturday - Sunday, 10.00 - 18.00
We will be exhibiting at both the Battersea and Hampstead Affordable Art Fairs this year.
Come down and bag some affordable art!
Battersea AAF - Wed 19th - Sun 23rd Oct
Hampstead AAF - Thur 27th - Sun 30th Oct
Please email email@example.com for tickets and further details.
Following the success of the ground-breaking inaugural contemporary editions fair Multiplied in 2010 – the first of its type in the UK – Christie’s is pleased to announce that the salerooms in South Kensington will once again be transformed during Frieze week this year. The fair will be open to the public with free admission from 14-17 October 2011.
Following Moniker project's hugely successful debut last year, Moniker is back to shake up London’s art fair scene once again. Moniker sets out to highlight the international scope of street art and beyond and to challenge traditional conventions with an assemblage of gallery exhibits and signature project spaces. Moniker has become recognised by those in tune with international art trends, along with collectors, critics and art lovers alike.
We will be collaborating with Moniker to create prints which will be printed live everyday of the show. Visitors will be able to see exactly how the screen printing process we specialize in is done and you will be able to have a go yourself!
Jealous and Smiths Row have come together to curate an exhibition that explores contemporary printing through a portfolio of work represented by this emerging young company.
It has come to our attention that postcards, catalogues, stickers and badges given out for free at our Charming Baker show are being resold for extortionate prices on ebay. If you would like any of these and cannot make it to the show, please send a self addressed envelope to Jealous and we will post you back goodies, FREE of charge.
SHOOTING FROM THE HIP - The art world has surrendered to the firepower of Charming Baker, a painter whose unconventional methods include mixing oils with buckshot.
By Florence Waters.
Photographs by Wang Wei
CHARMING BAKER PRINT SOLD FOR....
A massive £4900!!! The proceeds have all gone too comic relief.