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Stranger Danger

Stranger Danger

JOAKIM ALLGULANDER & JOHN SLADE @ Jealous East

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Magda Archer

Magda Archer

But I Am

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Magda Archer

No Thanks 1, Sexist Twatism

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Scooter LaForge

Scooter LaForge

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Gary Stranger New Edition

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Follow the Tune

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Jayoon Choi New Edition

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Adam Bridgland

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Rainbow Prints

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Anthony Burrill Letterpress Prints

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OWN ART

OWN ART

Making it easy and affordable for anyone and (almost) everyone to buy contemporary art

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Ben Eine
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Ben Eine

Born in London, Ben Eine is one of the most successful street artists in the world and is regarded as a pioneer in the exploration of graffitti letterforms. Originally a...

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Charming Baker
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Charming Baker

Born in Hampshire 1964, Charming Baker spent most of his early life travelling around the world following his father, a Commando in the British Army. At the age of 12,...

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David Shrigley
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David Shrigley

David Shrigley (1968) is best known for his distinctive drawing style and works that make satirical comments on everyday situations and human interactions. ...

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Joe Webb
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Joe Webb

Joe Webb (1976) uses vintage magazines and printed ephemera that he has collected to create simple but elegant hand-made collages. After many years of working on computers as a...

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Stranger Danger

JEALOUS East Exhibition

Stranger Danger

Joakim Allgulander & John Slade

19 Apr 2018 to 6 May 2018

Jealous East, 53 Curtain Road, London, EC2A 3PT

Jealous is proud to present ‘Stranger Danger’, a show that brings together, for the first time, the works of Swedish artist Joakim Allgulander and Dublin-based artist John Slade.
        
Multi-disciplinary artist Joakim Allgulander will show five new paintings, further exploring monochromatic surfaces depicting close up scenes from nature, which become almost abstracted in their close study. Using a myriad of materials, such as spray paint or metallic liquids, the works are quiet and peaceful while conveying a sense of energy and life. Alongside the paintings, Allgulander will present Burned (2007) an installation of a classic sun chair where the seat is made in red neon; it’s hot, electric and high voltage.

John Slade’s will also present a wide scope of his practice, showing multimedia works on paper and canvas in materials including oil paint, charcoal, inks and pastels .
 
Pieces include Slade’s recent letterpress works, featuring multiple gradients with handpainted brand logos; ‘I’m lovin’ it’ (2018) appears to resemble McDonald’s logo, distorted through the application directly from Slade’s memory. While the charcoal works are delicately worked, they depict uncomfortable moments, sharing a narrative with a dark twist and giving the viewer a sense of unease.

The exhibition, curated by Jealous, features new bodies of works from the two artists, whose works will be shown side by side for the first time.

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Life after Death

JEALOUS East Exhibition

Life after Death

Jessica Albarn Solo Exhibition

10 May 2018 to 3 Jun 2018

For her exhibition at Jealous, Jessica will be further exploring the idea of the meadow; how it is symbolic to us as a place of peace and serenity, and where life is played out in all its beauty and brutality. She will be showing her second short film/installation with sounds by Nick Powell (musician, composer and sound designer). It will include live footage and sound recordings taken from the meadow that Jessica has been developing in Devon for the last 3 years.

This project began not only as place to research the life that grows there, but also to support the conservation of the area - for two species of bee in particular: The Shrill Carder and the Bilberry Bumblebee. Jessica has worked alongside the BBCT (Bumblebee ConservaCon Trust) to raise awareness for the plight of the bee through her work for many years.

Alongside the film she will be showing work which plays with the idea of surface and layers, using honey and glass, as well as her drawings - for which she is best known.

Join us for the Private View party on Thursday 10th May at Jealous East, from 6.30 -8.30pm. All welcome!!

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Fistful of Bananas

JEALOUS North Exhibition

Fistful of Bananas

Shuby

25 Apr 2018 to 13 May 2018

This April, Jealous will be showcasing brand new screenprinted editions and originals by Shuby. Running from 25th April, ‘Fistful of Bananas’ is exclusive to Jealous North and introduces ‘Candy Barr’ to the family.

Created in the Jealous Print Studio, Shuby’s new works play on her instantly recognisable and subversively humorous banana motif. Presented in her pop-art style and originally given to cowboy Lone Ranger - the banana guns have been passed down to the new lady in town Candy Barr.

In her new works, Shuby features Candy Barr, an American stripper, burlesque dancer, actress, and adult model from magazines of the 1950's and 60’s. Candy Barr’s signature character, a gun slinging cowgirl, has coupled up with the Lone Ranger in an outlaw mask and banana guns exploding in pop fluro colours, all on a series of hand painted unique canvas’.

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Stranger Danger

JEALOUS North Exhibition

Stranger Danger

Joakim Allgulander & John Slade

16 May 2018 to 3 Jun 2018

Jealous is proud to present ‘Stranger Danger’, a show that brings together, for the first time, the works of Swedish artist Joakim Allgulander and Dublin-based artist John Slade.
        
Multi-disciplinary artist Joakim Allgulander will show five new paintings, further exploring monochromatic surfaces depicting close up scenes from nature, which become almost abstracted in their close study. Using a myriad of materials, such as spray paint or metallic liquids, the works are quiet and peaceful while conveying a sense of energy and life. Alongside the paintings, Allgulander will present Burned (2007) an installation of a classic sun chair where the seat is made in red neon; it’s hot, electric and high voltage.

John Slade’s will also present a wide scope of his practice, showing multimedia works on paper and canvas in materials including oil paint, charcoal, inks and pastels .
 
Pieces include Slade’s recent letterpress works, featuring multiple gradients with handpainted brand logos; ‘I’m lovin’ it’ (2018) appears to resemble McDonald’s logo, distorted through the application directly from Slade’s memory. While the charcoal works are delicately worked, they depict uncomfortable moments, sharing a narrative with a dark twist and giving the viewer a sense of unease.

The exhibition, curated by Jealous, features new bodies of works from the two artists, whose works will be shown side by side for the first time.

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OOF Magazine and Rose Wylie
Studiograbs

OOF Magazine and Rose Wylie

Plastic Footballers by Rose Wylie for OOF Magazine

Rose Corcoran
Studiograbs

Rose Corcoran

New Servals edition for Rose Corcoran's solo exhibition in May 2018

The Chapman Brothers edition for Blain Southern
Studiograbs

The Chapman Brothers edition for Blain Southern

Editioning The Chapman Brothers print for Blain Southern

Digital Printing
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Digital Printing

We use the newest and highest quality 11 colour HDR Epson wide format machines to make digital (giclée) prints on fine art papers.

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Diamond Dust
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Diamond Dust

The Studio team are experts in working with diamond dust and can source and apply this to your edition.

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David Shrigley 'I am Currently on Fire'
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David Shrigley 'I am Currently on Fire'

PLEASE NOTE THIS EDITION IS NOW SOLD OUT

Jealous are thrilled to be releasing a new edition with the formidable David Shrigley ‘I am Currently on Fire’, printed and published by Jealous. This exclusive edition will be available from Tuesday 9th January at 9am GMT by phone only on +44(0)207 739 4107.

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Ally McIntyre's Ambrosia @ The Curtain
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Ally McIntyre's Ambrosia @ The Curtain

JEALOUS WISHES YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR!

TO MARK THE OCCASION, WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL NEW INSTALLATION IN OUR THIRD GALLERY SPACE IN THE CURTAIN, SHOREDITCH.

ALLY MCINTYRE'S STUNNING ACRYLIC AND SPRAY PAINT ON CANVAS ENTITLED 'AMBROSIA' WILL BE ON SHOW FOR 2 WEEKS ONLY! IT IS A SPECTACLE PIECE AND WORTH THE VISIT TO CURE THE JANUARY BLUES!

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Jealous Christmas Orders and Opening Dates
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Jealous Christmas Orders and Opening Dates

This Friday 15th December is the last day to get your Jealous framing orders in in time for Christmas! And don't forget, last orders for unframed print UK based deliveries is Tuesday 19th December. Don't say we didn’t warn you...

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Jealous Rooftop Mural Project
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Jealous Rooftop Mural Project

This project invites artists onto the roof of the Jealous building to paint a mural against the Shoreditch skyline.

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Jealous Prize
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Jealous Prize

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.

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Jealous Needs You
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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.

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Jealous is a Contemporary Gallery, print Publisher and printing Studio, based in East London’s creative hub of Shoreditch, with jealous north in Crouch End. We are known for our collaborative approach to producing high quality limited edition prints with many artists, galleries, designers and museums.

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