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This Week's Highlights

Read reviews and articles about the following artists...

RYCA

Seb Lester

Eelus

Andy Warhol

Peter Blake

Bruce McLean: Sculpture, Painting, Photography, Film

Bruce McLean: Sculpture, Painting, Photography, Film

Bruce McLean’s first major retrospective has opened at Firstsite, the contemporary art gallery in Colchester. The Scottish born artist represented Britain at the 1980 Venice Biennale and is regarded as a major force in contemporary British art. 

Carne Griffiths: ORIGINS

Carne Griffiths: ORIGINS

We are all very excited about the opening of ORIGINS, Carne Griffiths' fantastic solo show current being held in our sister gallery ink_d. This highly anticipated exhibition of new works follows on from the success of his last show at the gallery in 2012.

Lights, Camera, Action: Art Inspired by Film

Lights, Camera, Action: Art Inspired by Film

Films and their stars have both proved to be incredibly influential in the work of a great number of artists. At artrepublic we have a plethora of magnificent prints by artists who have been inspired by films in different way to create beautiful unique images.

The Art of Printmaking

Beautiful prints are what we specialise in here at artrepublic so it seemed rather fitting to examine the process behind some of the fabulous works we showcase both online and in our gallery. 

Top 5 Trees in Contemporary Art

This week we’ve seen fans flocking in to snap up Rob Wass’ magnificent new print ‘Murmuration’. The work is an elegant depiction of a tree formed from wheeling and darting starlings. This exclusive release has inspired us find shade from the summer sun and contemplate our favourite trees in contemporary art...

Warren J Fox: Artist Interview

Australian artist Warren J Fox swapped London for Brighton and from his seaside studio he is now crafting images ranging in style from photorealistic pencil or ink illustrations to colourful graphic compositions like his new print ‘Freedom’. Warren was kind enough to put down his pencil for a few minutes to answer our probing questions about his life and work.

The Enduring Influence of Venice on Art

The city of Venice in Italy is a unique and precious repository of art with a distinctive and influential role in the history of visual culture. Whilst Venice is well known for its ancient works, this magical Italian city remains as inspirational as ever. Check out these 5 incredible, Venice-inspired, contemporary artworks...

Sarah Shaw: Artist Interview

Contemporary painter Sarah Shaw graduated from Falmouth College of Art in 2001 with a first class honours degree in Fine Art. Based in Brighton, she creates incredible paintings which explore some of the conditions of being human and the concept of living through time. New to artrepublic, Sarah kindly took some time away from her brushes and canvases to answer our curious questions..

The Art World Cup

World Cup fever has gripped the country once again and the sight of different nations coming together to celebrate the beautiful game has got us thinking of the various countries being represented at our Brighton Gallery and the variety of great prints we get from all around the world.

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