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  • ANNE AND PATRICK POIRIER | ‘Eurydice’, ‘Fragility’, ‘Gradiva’ and ‘Sex’
    July 22nd 2021
    Intrigued by the link between the present and past civilisations, Anne and Patrick Poirier absorb an array of thoughts which go on and inspire their creations. Found objects and memories become artworks presenting the fragility of the passing of time: the ruins of a roman temple deteriorating over millennia; a citrus fruit mouldering in a week; or a flower petal breaking up within a day. As artists, architects, and archaeologists, the Poiriers consider their life as a series of journeys, and their works intrinsically linked to each and every one of them. Four photographic editions illustrate the different ways in which the Poiriers throughout the course of their fifty-year partnership have remained focused on one reoccurring theme of cultural memory - and the very real fragility of it.
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  • HELMUT NEWTON | 'Cyberwoman'
    July 09th 2021
    One of the most infamous photographers in art history and best known of the twentieth century, Helmut Newton’s influential fashion photography earned him a place as a forefather of provocative aesthetics. In Newton’s work, the women command attention. They are treacherous, even menacing, and always elegant. The artist’s portraits achieved international fame in the sixties while Newton worked for French Vogue in Paris - and his work became celebrated for the controversial scenarios, bold lighting, hyper-sexualised poses, and striking compositions. By the age of eighty, Newton’s series of Cyberwoman reassured the audience that he was still on top of his game.
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  • MICHEL FRANCOIS | ‘Manure, Nettels and Dandelions’
    June 25th 2021
    Analysing objects and space through a lens of contradictions, Michel Francois’ has a refined and unique view of reality. An installation of a noisy, chaotic and stressful office space questions the balance between work and leisure; and calm glass cases of growing nettles and dandelions invites the public to consider social structures of freedom and captivity. The artist’s philosophical works - often presented as sizable installations that include sculpture, video and photography - are investigative, allowing them to have a voice about society. Two photographic works from 1999, J. Aux Pissenlits and Transport de Pissenlits, were part of Francois’ solo show ‘Manure, Nettels and Dandelions’.
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  • JACKY TSAI | ’Sanctuary Skull Lenticular’
    June 11th 2021
    A decade after the floral make-over of the famous skull, Jacky Tsai continues to reinvent the iconic image. The London-based artist’s early reflections of ‘beauty and decay’ - the underlying theme of the ‘floral skull’ - remains the conceptual approach to his later creations of the skull; some works formed by drawn collages of birds, butterflies and flowers and others by Pop Art imagery such as playing-cards and casino roulette wheels. Inspired by artefacts and historical architecture, Sanctuary Skull Lenticular is a marvel of details, enhanced by the lenticular medium, and one of the most captivating skulls in the young artist’s career.
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  • TIERNEY GEARON | ’Mohawk, New York’, ’Palm Springs’ and ‘Utah’
    May 28th 2021
    Photographing her children at play, as they discover of the world around them, Tierney Gearon’s debut is an honest documentary of family life as it is. The artist’s intuitive understanding of composition, colour, and natural light, presents her work as photographs that could have come from any family album. Images that would later in life become evident in her understanding of herself. The series, shot as the artist’s returned to the United States, instantly received great acclaim in the artworld and beyond. Four photographs from Mohawk, New York, Palm Springs, Utah - and one unknown location - give a look into Gearon’s break-through series that caused much debate.
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If you are not familiar with the name Noma Bar, you’ll probably recognise his work. It’s the bold, minimalist shapes that appear on the covers some of the most widely-sold magazines in the world.

Sitting somewhere at the intersection of caricature, editorial cartooning, and graphic design, Noma executes complex ideas with a stunning and deceptive simplicity that is inimitable and impactful.

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INTEREST IN EARLY PRINT EDITIONS BY LUCIE BENNETT
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For more than a decade Lucie Bennett has been seducing viewers with her silhouette line drawings of haunting sirens, alluring pin-ups and supernatural nymphs. Her print editions from 2005 - 2012 are increasingly being requested by collectors.

If you own a print, such as Pink Knickers, Green Felt Tip Girl or Red Felt Tip Girl and you wish to sell, we have clients who are looking for select pieces. You can get in touch with us via the Contact page, which you can find here.
 
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