In 2014, England’s greatest portrait photographer David Bailey, shot the world’s most famous monarch, Her Majesty The Queen. Charming her to exude… Read More
British born, NY based photographer- Mick Rock (who this year celebrated 51 years lensing the music industry) will be auctioning (online) an exclusive… Read More
Damien Hirst’s cherry blossom prints sold for a record-breaking $22,443,000, last week believed to be the most successful print drop… Read More
Kicking off the inaugural launch of the Clown Skateboard Guest Art Project is a seminal figure in the landscape of urban contemporary art. Esteemed Paris based artist Ludo (Ludovic Vernhet)
HENI Leviathan has released a set of 8 cherry blossom prints by Damien Hirst, The Virtues, published by HENI Editions.
Creator Projects have announced the pre-sale launch of M.M.S. #1 (Much. More. Shit.), the first in a series of affordable, curated art portfolios delivered via the mail. The portfolio, which celebrates egalitarian access to art and experimental format, will include 12 new artworks by 12 international artists.
This limited-edition print has been created by artist Jeremy Deller, in response to a request from Harry Burden and Emily… Read More
Artemisia is temporarily closed but is reopening next week on Wednesday 2nd December running to 24th January 2021.
Late Works, a permutable collective of artists, musicians, film-makers, writers, dancers and designers known for their nomadic series of live intermedia events and monthly radio show on Resonance EXTRA, recently announced the limited edition vinyl release of ‘Late Works: of Noise’ on Slow Dance Records.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Edinburgh Printmakers has moved its gallery online and this month marks the first archive exhibition since relocating to Castle Mills in Fountainbridge. Showcasing a collection of rare prints for sale by leading Scottish artists,
50 celebrated artists have partnered with the Coalition for the Homeless to create these stunning limited edition artist plates.
Papercutting is a traditional Chinese art going back 2,000 years. The coloured, intricately cut papers are used as a story-telling medium in festivities, for prayers, and as everyday decoration. The bags and scarves take their motifs from a papercut created by Ai Weiwei as part of his Papercut Portfolio published by TASCHEN in 2019.
NEW : Silk Scarves from Misha Milovanovich SS13 collection
Fifty years after Andy Warhol developed ’32 Campbell’s soup cans’, Campbell’s soup has decided to pay tribute his work by… Read More