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  • DENNIS OPPENHEIM | ‘Identity Stretch (1970-1975)’
    January 20th 2023
    Applying two thumb prints stretched to one thousand feet on a field in upstate New York, Dennis Oppenheim set his mark on the history of contemporary art and came to play a key role in the Land Art movement in the late sixties. Later, ambitious installations such as an upside-down church with its steer pointing towards the ground and a chamber made with translucent petal-shaped walls, placed the artist in the visible public space. These are just two of the visionary works that continue to amaze the passers-by. From the series of early ‘Earthworks’, Identity Stretch (1970-1975) is one of his most ambitious land art projects, existing today only as documented by Oppenheim; aerial photographs of the thumb prints, a location on a map, and a description.
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  • EYESTORM | ‘Hung, Drawn, Quartered’
    December 30th 2022
    As the leaves started to change their from green summerly look into warmer Autumn hues, sixty drawings lined the gallery space for the end-of-year exhibition at Eyestorm in 2006. Goldsmith graduates, YBAs, music creatives, and talents taking on London’s art scene contributed to the show; filling it with intriguing and spontaneous drawings. Resurfacing from the hidden drawers and forgotten compartments of art collectors, a few of the drawings are again available.
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  • LUCIE BENNETT | ‘Duck Feather Blue’ and ‘Softest Cinnamon’
    December 02nd 2022
    In the most graceful of poses, Lucie Bennett shows what a quiet moment looks like; peaceful and detached from the world around. Over time, the artist’s female subjects have grown from sexy young seductresses with an appetite for life, into women with more life-experience, exposing new sides to their individuality where strength does not derive entirely from an extroverted and cool façade. Drawn in the minimal style she is known for - and supported by a calm and tranquil palette - Duck Feather Blue and Softest Cinnamon is a departure from the earlier works, reassuring that beauty and self-confidence also come from within.
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  • PETER BLAKE | ‘Fag Packets’
    November 09th 2022
    For sixty years, Peter Blake’s love-affair with objects of popular culture has made him synonymous with British Pop Art. Contemporary badges and emblems found their way onto jackets and jerseys of his subjects in the mid-fifties, steadily shifting his work from urban realism to pop art. In his practice everyday designs and items are collaged or presented individually as works of art. Vintage cigarette packets are splendidly displayed in blown-up sizes; fictious wrestlers portrayed for fly-posters; and the letters of the alphabet are dazzling one by one as icons in bold colour. Amongst the most successful multiples released by Eyestorm, the two series of ‘Fag Packets’ are truly representative of Blake’s dedication to the genre.
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  • ANTONY MICALLEF | ‘21st Century Love’
    October 20th 2022
    Portraits that burst with tense and fiery energy, Antony Micallef reflects on the storm that’s lurks just beneath the surface of anyone. The monochrome brushy self-portraits from his early twenties slowly absorbed the elated lights of Tokyo cityscapes and later shaped a practice which today is focused on highly expressive, sculptural impasto paintings. Micallef’s extended residence in Japan became a major inspiration for the series of print editions released in 2005; a street-art style of ragged lines, super brands and cultural icons. 21st Century Love in particular hit the zeitgeist, portraying the divine resurrection of the modern everyday consumerist.
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Swayed by pop culture and consumerism, Kenny Scharf swiftly became an integral part of the influential East Village art scene in the early eighties in New York; a diverse group of graffiti, hip hop and street artists. Trying to push the line between popular culture and art, his early cartoon-style work, informed by Flintstone and The Jetsons, shifted in the decades to come into colourful, smiley and stylised aliens blending into each other - a genre he framed as Pop Surrealism. Bismoland, Check Fest and Red Spiral Snake are three lithographic editions from the nineties released through Eyestorm, presenting different visual sides to Scharf’s urban art practice.
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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.

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