The Jealous Needs You 2016 portfolio is now being exhibited at the Saatchi gallery, through January and February 2017.
The Jealous Needs You 2016 portfolio has moved South and is now being exhibited in the Saatchi gallery, from 5th January - 16th February 2017. After an incredibly successful show at Jealous East in November 2016, the prints are on their next leg of the journey at the Saatchi gallery before making their way up to Jealous North in February/March. This years portfolio consisted of 66 new prints from both established artists and new talents from our open submission competition.
Jealous Needs You 2016 at Jealous East, November 2016
Jealous Needs You Private View, 2nd November 2016
Jealous Needs You
Established in 2011 and headed by illustrator and Jealous Creative Director, Jess Wilson, Jealous Needs You (JNY) invites submissions of artworks with
a graphic persuasion to make a portfolio of new screenprint editions.
Last year, JNY came back bigger and bolder then ever and saw the Jealous Print Studio select and produce beautiful and diverse limited edition screenprints for 48 artists, designers and illustrators, working to a brief of 50 x 50cm, and a maximum of 2-3 colours.
The Saatchi Gallery
Following the success of the previous Jealous Needs You portfolio in the Duke of York's HQ, JNY was invited back to exhibit this year's submissions in the 'Prints and Originals' gallery in January 2017. 50 of the prints will be shown in the gallery with a remaining 21 prints displayed online. The further 5 prints in the show have been exclusively commissioned by the Saatchi and released especially for the exhibition.
The exhibition is free for all, open 10am - 6pm 7 days a week, last entry at 5:30pm.
Duke of York's HQ
The gallery is 3-4 minutes walk from Sloane Square Underground (District and Circle lines) and 10-12 minutes' walk from Victoria (Victoria, District & Circle lines).
11,19,22,49,211,319 (King's Road), 11,137,211 (Lower Sloane Street).
The nearest mainline railway station is Victoria. It is 10-12 minutes' walk from the gallery.