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  • ANDRE SARAIVA | 'MR A'
    June 14th 2019
    “A city without graffiti is a dead city” and so is the mantra for the man whom street artists and fans call André, Monsieur A, Mr A or André Saraiva. His iconic personal tag of a round-headed cartoon with a devilish grin, top hat and winking eye established him as a breakthrough artist at a time when the alphabet provided the basis of most graffiti art during the nineties.
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  • LUCIE BENNETT | 'ROSE', 'AMANDINE' AND 'CORALIE'
    May 24th 2019
    With their tender expressions, intimate compositions, and delicate colour palettes, Lucie Bennett’s recent works saw the artist take a somewhat new direction with her depictions of women - no longer vivacious and dominating, but instead subtle, thoughtful, and dreamlike - caught in their own private moment. Eyestorm is now excited to present three new paintings by Bennett - Rose, Amandine and Coralie, which continue on from this approach, using her meticulous and minimalist drawing technique to represent beautiful female figures that exude mystery, and invite us to delve into their world.
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  • GEORGES ROUSSE | 'METZ' AND 'CAMBRAI'
    May 17th 2019
    Rousse is first and foremost a photographer. However, rather uniquely his work extends well beyond this medium - also using painting, sculpture, and a passion for architecture, to achieve his distinctive visual concepts. When first encountering a Georges Rousse photograph, you may ask yourself - what exactly am I looking at? The image appears as an abandoned architectural space, which is interrupted by a bright, flat plane seemingly floating on the surface of the paper. This plane appears two-dimensional, as if it has been digitally layered over the original photograph - but appearances can be deceiving!
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  • JACKY TSAI | 'NY CITYSCAPE STAMP'
    May 02nd 2019
    With its monumental skyscrapers, large illuminated signs, beloved sports teams, and glamorous celebrities, New York City has always provided enormous inspiration for artists over the last one hundred years. Notably, New York is one of the central cities associated with Pop Art of the 1950s and 60s - the overt consumerism and rise of the movie star providing ample subject matter for artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein - and Chinese artist Jacky Tsai.
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  • JO BRADFORD | 'PORTALS, ORANGE' | NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC EDITION
    April 19th 2019
    In March last year, Eyestorm released the first three works in a new series by British artist, Jo Bradford, titled ‘Portals’. This series illustrates the development of Bradford’s camera-less photographic technique - a continuing refinement of her unique self-taught method. Today, we are excited to be introducing Portals: Orange, the fourth edition of the Portals series, which furthers Bradford’s exploration of pure colour through subverted photographic methods.
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May 24th 2019
With their tender expressions, intimate compositions, and delicate colour palettes, Lucie Bennett’s recent works saw the artist take a somewhat new direction with her depictions of women - no longer vivacious and dominating, but instead subtle, thoughtful, and dreamlike - caught in their own private moment.
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DAMIEN HIRST | INVESTING IN ART
British artist Damien Hirst is world-famous for works such as his shark preserved in a tank of formaldehyde which has been loaned in the past to Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. A tenacious businessman as well as a Creative, his London studio produces pieces at such a pace that it has been dubbed 'the art factory' and there have been reports that sometimes Hirst's only contribution is his signature on the work.

Despite this and other controversies that have dogged this Turner Prize-winners’ rise to infamy, he is Britain's most successful living artist and his work is much in demand.

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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.

If you have one of the above prints that you are potentially interested in selling, please do get in touch with us via the Contact page, which you can find here.
 
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