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MARCELLE HANSELAAR SHOWS WITH LOUISE BOURGEOIS AND FRANCIS BACON
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April 9th 2014
Our very own Jacky Tsai, has been invited, along with over 260 other world-renowned artists, designers and architects including Jeff Koons, Tracey Emin, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and Zaha Hadid, to create a large-scale sculpture in the shape of an egg for the Fabergé Big Egg Hunt, an interactive public art display designed to raise awareness and funds for Elephant Family and Studio in a School, a program that brings visual arts to New York City’s public schools.
January 24th 2014
Royal College of Art graduate and established print artist Will Maw superimposes often contradictory imagery to create complex collage pieces that explore the diversity of the printed media that surrounds us.
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March 28th 2014
Lucie Bennett’s most recent works are a series of small-scale collages, which we’re offering for the first time today. Angie talks about the work below.
April 5th 2014
Amongst the selection of works showing in New York this week at our booth at Affordable Art Fair, we have a series of new original canvases by Kate Allen. Angie talks about the work below. I find Kate Allen’s paintings very pleasing to look at.
March 1st 2014
When we first released our Noma Bar screenprint editions back in the autumn, they were very well received by visitors to art fairs in both London and New York, with many selling to admirers who were charmed by Noma’s clever imagery paired with the beautifully executed printing.
April 11th 2014
New this week we have original drawings by Stephanie Homa. There’s something very endearing about Stephanie Homa’s small-scale works on paper. Playful and child-like, they represent an honest style of working that we can all relate to, whether it reminds of us how we used to draw when we were children, or how our own children depict their view of the world.
September 7th 2013
Usually with works of art, the unsaid rule is generally to ‘look but don’t touch’. Helen Barff’s new sculptural works however are different. Consisting of stones she’s found on the shores of the Thames near to her home which she’s then covered in felt, these objects are intended to be picked up and handled (providing hands are clean!).
 
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Marcelle Hanselaar has work on show in Brussels alongside Louise Bourgeois and Francis Bacon. Read more at http://t.co/o3MPxAfBxo
Read about Stephanie Homa's new works on paper in today's article at http://t.co/ZLYktlgYL4 #stephaniehoma #art #eyestorm
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