In the preview days leading up to the public opening of the 2017 Venice Biennale, Jealous will be screenprinting live at the diaspora pavilion in the beautiful Palazzo Pisano Santa Marina close to the famous Rialto bridge.
The Diaspora Pavillion is a major Arts Council funded project showcasing the work of 11 Black British artists. It is organised by the international curators forum with University of the arts London and curated by writer and photographer David a Bailey.
Over the last few years, the Jealous Pop-Up print studio has popped up in London, New York, Los Angeles, and this year it's Venice!
Olivia Kemp Solo Exhibtion
Jealous Prize winner Olivia Kemp is holding her first solo show at the Browse & Darby gallery titled ‘Where the Land Lies’. The Wimbledon College of Arts graduate caught our attention back in 2014 when her skill and craftsmanship in pen and ink drawing awarded her the Jealous Prize. Kemp’s edition printed by Jealous is now held in the Victoria & Albert Museum Permanent Print Collection and is still available to purchase online and in the Galleries.More
Jealous East Closed 19th-21st October
We're making way for Beautiful Crime Gallery and Day-Z's 'Ninety Nine Problems' pop-up exhibition, as they take over Jealous East to present Day-Z's new body of work.
Jealous North will be open as usual, now 7 days a week, we can also be contacted on 0208 3477 688 or email@example.com, so never fear!
JOAN CORNELLÀ: A LONDON SOLO EXHIBITION
Barcelona based cartoonist and illustrator Joan Cornellà will be having 16-day exhibition, hosted at the charming Hoxton Arches, which will include new canvas, paintings, and limited edition illustrations, as well as books, shirts, and prints available for purchase. Joan will be signing copies of his new book, SOT, on various occasions across the exhibition.More
Sarah Craske Solo Show at Chetham’s Library
Jealous Print Studio has been working closely with bio-artist Sarah Craske to produce her experimental works for solo show 'Biological Hermeneutics'. The works feature a series of pages from a 300-year-old volume of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, displaying the bacteria grown within its pages from built up through its user's history.More