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12-May-2017

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!

In the preview days leading up to the public opening of the 2017 Venice Biennale, Jealous have been 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 Bailey.
The pavilion is part of a larger 22 month project over which these emerging artists are mentored and supported in their professional development by a group of established artists including Yonka Shonibare, Ellen Gallagher and Nicola Green. Nicola has been working extensively with Jealous over the last few years making work for her new major show last summer at Flowers and staging an intimate show of her new work at Jealous North.

 

Jealous have been live printing a commemorative silk screen for the diaspora pavilion, with plenty of VIP visitors rolling up the sleeves and pulling the squeegee themselves.

 


Nicholas Serota pulls a print with Jealous Master Printer Matthew Rich

 


David Lammy MP stops by the pop-up studio

 


Matthew Rich and Ex Frieze Director Stephanie Dieckvoss 
 
We will also be presenting a beautiful screenprint edition made in our studio this spring by one of the pavilions emerging artists, Khadija Saye.

 


 


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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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