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  • DAVID BRAY | ’By Day’, ’By Night’ and ‘Seasons of Missed Opportunities’
    May 13th 2021
    In a utopian world of his own making, David Bray timely exposes that not all dreams come true; some doors are left unopened and leave opportunities behind. The artist’s portraits of young hopefuls in the urban landscape are brought into existence through pens and pencils, giving life to the sketchbook characters, as he little by little reveals complex emotions underneath the surface of what first appears as images of beauty and perfection. Four print editions, Seasons of Missed Opportunities, By Day and By Night, are based on intricate drawings - a style for which Bray is recognised for - and represent the artist’s early days in the studio in London.
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  • CATHERINE GFELLER | ‘Multi-Compositions’, New York and Paris
    April 30th 2021
    Weaving her way through the crowds of a lively urban city, camera in hand, Catherine Gfeller photographs the world around her in quick succession. People brushing past as they bustle along their busy lives, lights flashing from the city signs, tall buildings looming up all around, busses whirring past the pavement. Rising from the multitude of life and momentum making up a unique and vibrant city, the artist’s layered collages create a rhythmic feeling of contemporary life. Five photographic editions capture her time living in New York in the late nineties, and her residence in Paris, where Gfeller lives today.
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  • LUCIE BENNETT | ’Thundercloud’, ’Eve I’ and ’Eve II’
    April 16th 2021
    Unifying the natural world, mythical characters and the innate power of the female, Lucie Bennett’s contemporary portraits of empowered women have been the central theme from early in her artistic practice. Although having escaped the passing of time in their striking appearance, the artist’s minimalist line drawings have evolved over the past two decades, leading to works which today are celebratory of the modern powers of the female. Thundercloud, Eve I and Eve II represent three of the artist’s early screenprinted works.
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  • MARK STEINMETZ | ’South East’
    April 02nd 2021
    In the world of Mark Steinmetz, the seemingly insignificant moments in life are little frames of unimaginable beauty. Portraits of anonymous subjects become stand-ins caught in a moment of reflection, often unaware of the artist’s presence. Presented as black and white pockets of time, the American photographer slows down the speed to allow the viewer to focus and connect through the familiarity of each touching moment. Steinmetz was awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship in 1994 and shortly after moved to Athens, Georgia, to start on what would become an acclaimed trilogy about the American South. From the book ‘South East’, two monochrome works from New Orleans, Louisiana, and Athens, Georgia, were released as photographic editions.
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  • HENRIK SIMONSEN | ’Magenta’, ’Ochre’ and ’Scarlet’
    March 19th 2021
    The moment Henrik Simonsen settled into the new studio in sprawling Kreuzberg in the summer of 2013, the Danish artist sat down and painted a love letter in three parts to the short Nordic summer. His move a few months earlier to this creative part of Berlin, would highlight a year of his practice where the colours in the works became fewer and the mark making more energetic, resulting in a series of scenic abstract serigraphs. Three screenprint editions, Magenta, Ochre and Scarlet, depict the days from late spring to the end of summer. A landscape flushed in the Nordic light; one Simonsen knows very well.
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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.

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DO YOU OWN A DAMIEN HIRST PRINT EDITION YOU WISH TO SELL?
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With two major exhibitions during the Venice Biennale, 2017 was a year which increased the awareness of Damien Hirst. With Hirst still actively releasing new print editions, many collectors focus on his earlier work from 2000 and before, such as Valium, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD), Opium, Beautiful, Galactic, Exploding Screenprint (Spin) and Painting-by-Numbers.

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