JEALOUS North Exhibition
26 Feb 2020 to 31 Dec 2099
The exhibition has now been extended due to popular demand (and corona)
Following a successful debut at Jealous East, ‘Earthlings’ is ready to take over the walls of Jealous North. ‘Earthlings’ explores human experience and our situation and impact on Earth, as well as looking far beyond into the awe-inspiring cosmos. On surface level, Webb’s dynamic and energetic artworks are visually intriguing due to Webb’s unique style. On a deeper level, these works challenge the viewer to consider physical issues such as our impact on the planet as well as social and gendered issues, usually with a humorous spin. Webb questions our perceptions of reality, contemplating our place, purpose and identity on Earth.
Nearing completion of three new Ben Eine screen prints. To be launched in collaboration with The Big Issue, inspired by the artist's front cover designs. Gearing up for the exhibition at Jealous East on April 12th. Print details to follow.
The Connor Brothers
Collating the new box set prints for The Connor Brothers
This week we have begun editioning new-to-Jealous-artist Liam Mertens' 10 colour screen print. Edition of 25. 'Watching The Past Pass' was released earlier this month at the London Art Fair, and is now available through our website.
Mixed Media - Mixing Screenprinting and Digital Mediums
Jealous are experts in mixing both the screenprinted and digital mediums on an edition.More
Jealous Rooftop Mural Project
This project invites artists onto the roof of the Jealous building to paint a mural against the Shoreditch skyline.Read More
Now in its eighth year, the Jealous Prize is awarded to one MA Fine Art graduate from each of the eight major London colleges; The Royal Academy, The Royal College of Art, Camberwell, Central St Martins, The Slade, Chelsea, Goldsmiths and Wimbledon.Read More
Jealous Needs You
We run an ongoing project called Jealous Needs You where, from open submission, we publish editions with many illustrators, designers and emerging artists.More