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Eduardo Paolozzi exhibition opens!

The new major retrospective exhibition, Eduardo Paolozzi: Collaging Culture opened on the 6th July 2013 at Pallant House Gallery. Featuring around 150 works in a variety of media, the exhibition explores the importance of collage as a working process within his career, not only in the traditional sense of paper collage, but also in terms of […] Read more →

Eduardo Paolozzi Moonstrips

Eduardo Paolozzi: Collaging Culture

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi KBE RA was born 7 March 1924 in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was the eldest son of Italian immigrants. Paolozzi studied at the Edinburgh College of Art in 1943, briefly at the St Martin’s School of Art in 1944, and then at the Slade School of Fine Art at University College London from […] Read more →

Speed by Claude Flight. 1922

Grosvenor School of Art

The Grosvenor School of Art was set up in Warwick Square, London in 1925. Over the next four years Claude Flight held informal lectures on the art of linocutting, educating some of the best known artists of the movement including Cyril Power, Sybil Andrews, the Australian artist Ethel Spowers and the Swiss artist Lil Tschudi. […] Read more →

Paul Nash

Paul Nash was born in London in 1889, the elder brother of artist John Nash. Although predominantly a painter, Paul Nash was also a book illustrator, designer and writer. Nash was essentially a self-taught artist but did briefly study at the Slade School of Art. His first solo show was held at the Carfax Gallery […] Read more →

The Chichester Street Art Festival

The first ever Street Art Festival was held in Chichester from 2nd to 6th May 2013. Organised by Street Art London the festival brings together a number of internationally renowned street artists to create a number of murals and installations around the city. The organisation works alongside street and graffiti artists across the world to […] Read more →

Barbara Jones Unsophisticated Arts

Barbara Jones: The Unsophisticated Arts

The Unsophisticated Arts by Barbara Jones was first published in 1951, the same year that she curated the ‘Black Eyes and Lemonade’ exhibition for the Festival of Britain. It was during the 1940s Barbara Jones set about documenting everyday art throughout Britain, visiting fairgrounds, tattoo parlours, taxidermists, houseboats, high street shops, seaside piers and amusement […] Read more →

Paul Weller performs for Peter Blake’s 80th

Legendary Jam frontman Paul Weller performed an exclusive charity gig at Pallant House Gallery on Saturday night to celebrate the 80th birthday of Sir Peter Blake. The guest of honour was Sir Peter Blake himself, whose extensive musical connections are currently being celebrated at the Gallery with a major exhibition called ‘Peter Blake and Pop […] Read more →

Derek Boshier: David Bowie and the Clash

One of the pioneers of British Pop Art, Derek Boshier reached a mass audience through his collaborations with musicians such as David Bowie and The Clash. Derek Boshier, born in Portsmouth in 1937, is a British Pop artist. He works in various media including painting, drawing, collage, photography, film, and sculpture. Boshier attended the Royal […] Read more →

Richard Hamilton: Swingeing London

On 28th June 1967, The Daily Express ran an article on the arrests at the home of Keith Richards, lead guitarist of the Rolling Stones, at Redlands in West Sussex. ‘JAGGER SPENDS NIGHT IN CELL‘ ‘The prison doors clanged last night behind Mick Jagger, lead singer of the Rolling Stones. And ahead stretched a night […] Read more →

Prints by Enid Marx

A rare print from a set of six linocuts originally produced by Enid Marx between 1936 – 1970. Printed on thin ‘Japon’ paper, these five colour linocuts with red accents were produced as a box-set portfolio edition by the Judd Street Gallery, London in 1989. This print entitled Feline Phantasy is yet another example of […] Read more →