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  • The artrepublic Art Yard Sale

    We are very pleased to announce the return of our annual artrepublic Art Yard Sale, a day where you can buy art directly from your favourite artists. Following the huge success of last year’s inaugural event, the forthcoming Yard Sale promises to be bigger and better than ever. Market stalls man....
    We are very pleased to announce the return of our annual artrepublic Art Yard Sale, a day where you can buy art directly from your favourite artists. Following the huge success of last year’s inaugural event, the forthcoming Yard Sale promises to be bigger and better than ever. Market stalls manned by more than 30 of our favourite artists will transform Brighton’s Jubilee Square, creating a day-long treasure trove for contemporary and street art fans. We've got some of the biggest names in the art world taking part this year including Ben Eine, Copyright, Magda Archer, Eelus, Lucy Sparrow, Joe Webb, STATIC, Ryan Callanan and Pure Evil, who will be holding an interactive kids workshop. There will also be a very strong contingent of locally based artists taking part with the likes of Bonnie & Clyde, Maria Rivans, Sara Pope, Veebee, AROE, Mike Edwards and more, giving further merit to the city’s position as an important artistic hotspot. Founder and curator Lindsay Alkin said: “We’ve been looking forward to this event since last year and can’t think of a better way to close Brighton Fringe. Even with bad weather, the first Art Yard Sale was a roaring success, with over a thousand people braving the elements to see the artists in action and grab themselves unique artworks. “As well as the best local talent, this year we’ve got some big international artists confirmed. It’s a really fantastic opportunity to meet the artists and even commission your own piece of art for a snip of its true value.” Each of the artists taking part will be creating unique, one-off pieces and commissions from their stands. With all art on sale priced between £25-£250, the Art Yard Sale aims to make art more accessible and affordable for all. PLEASE NOTE: All purchases on the day will be made with specially designed ‘artrepublic money’. These vouchers can be purchased from the artrepublic gallery in Bond Street, between 9am and 11am on Sunday 5 June. From 11am, the vouchers will then be available to buy at the event itself. Any unused artrepublic money can be changed back for cash on the day at the artrepublic market stall. This year’s Yard Sale poster has been designed by Brighton based collage artist Bonnie & Clyde, prints of which will be available on the day with proceeds going to a local homeless charity. The Art Yard Sale will take place from 11am-5pm on Sunday 5 June at Jubilee Square, New Road, Brighton - a short walk from our Bond Street gallery. Last year’s event saw a frenzy of limited edition works quickly selling, so get down early to avoid missing out. We can’t wait to see you there for what promises to be a truly unforgettable day! $test =
  • Gemma Compton Heads To Upfest

    A few weeks ago, artist Gemma Compton, along with her partner Copyright, took on an art project of a different nature…spray painting a VW ahead of Upfest, Europe’s largest street art festival to be held in Bedminster, Bristol between 23rd and 25th July 2016. Gemma has been selected as the festiv....
    A few weeks ago, artist Gemma Compton, along with her partner Copyright, took on an art project of a different nature…spray painting a VW ahead of Upfest, Europe’s largest street art festival to be held in Bedminster, Bristol between 23rd and 25th July 2016. Gemma has been selected as the festival’s 2016 artist - and she is also their first ever female festival artist. As one of her projects for the festival, the transformation of a regular VW Transporter is incredible – as you can see for yourself. Talented artists travel from 25 countries and across the UK to paint live on 30,000 sq ft of surfaces in front of 25,000 visitors. The affordable art sale, music stages and art workshops round off a visually spectacular weekend! For more information head to: www.upfest.co.uk More Projects... Gemma is currently working with a talented bunch of film makers from Friction Collective who are making a mini documentary about her work. The van was her first project with Copyright and they have been filming the duo over the past few weeks to get to know the artist behind the work. Find out more at: http://www.frictioncollective.com/   $test =
  • Shakespeare in art

    It’s the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death so here are our top Shakespeare inspired works of art. 'William Shakespeare' is a limited edition giclee from British photographic artist Mark Vessey. A beautiful line up of batter copies of Shakespeare’s 37 plays including many of the classic ....
    It’s the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death so here are our top Shakespeare inspired works of art. 'William Shakespeare' is a limited edition giclee from British photographic artist Mark Vessey. A beautiful line up of batter copies of Shakespeare’s 37 plays including many of the classic orange penguin paperbacks. Ophelia from Shakespears Hamet has inspired artists again and again over the ages. The best known image is Pre-Raphaelite John Everett Millais version of the tragic heroin. Millais’s treatment of the model for the painting has become infamous, as he forced the young Elizabeth Siddal to lie fully clothed in a tub of cold water while he completed his work. It also inspired other Pre-Raphaelite artists like Arthur Hughes. This image was used on The Jesus and Mary Chains 1992 album Honey’s Dead. Finally we have this new ethereal limited edition Ophelia from Rosie Emerson Swiss artist Henry Fuseli painted a series of images inspired by Shakespeare plays including the Withes from Macbeth and Titania from midsummer night’s dream. John Singer Sargent painted the famous artist Ellen Terry in one of her most famous rolls as Lady Macbeth. $test =
  • Happy 90th Birthday to Queen Elizabeth II

    The Queen turns 90 today! So here are our top regal prints featuring the queen in a number of guises. These two amazing pop art images are part of a series of silkscreens Andy Warhol produced in the 1980’s of reigning Queens. We love this winking Queen from British street art duo Prefab77, finis....
    The Queen turns 90 today! So here are our top regal prints featuring the queen in a number of guises. These two amazing pop art images are part of a series of silkscreens Andy Warhol produced in the 1980’s of reigning Queens. We love this winking Queen from British street art duo Prefab77, finished with beautiful metallic gold paint and from a signed edition of 100. One of the most iconic unofficial images of the queen is Jamie Reid’s reworking of the Cecil Beaton Silver Jubilee portrait of the Queen with a safety pin through her nose, for the cover for Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols. The ‘Republic Box Set’ features black and white images of the Queen each in different compositions. This is an unusual portrait of the by Magnus Gjoen queen drawing from her image on the postage stamp it combines one of his recurring themes the skull. AME72 creates a great image of the Queen and Prince Phillip as Lego figures, with the Union Jack in the background. ‘Beauty on Beauty – 'Queen’ is a gorgeous limited edition print from Dirty Hans, featuring Her Majesty the Queen, adorned in a floral motif. View all Queen prints $test =
  • Our best garden inspired prints for national gardening week

    It’s national gardening week this week so we have pick some of our best prints to bring the outside in and get inspired to get out into the garden. First up we have Marc Quinn’s amazing floral compositions. He creates a still-life arrangement in his studio using flowers and fruit bought in Londo....
    It’s national gardening week this week so we have pick some of our best prints to bring the outside in and get inspired to get out into the garden. First up we have Marc Quinn’s amazing floral compositions. He creates a still-life arrangement in his studio using flowers and fruit bought in London on a particular day. Since most of the flowers and fruit in these compositions would never bloom at the same time, or even be found together in the natural world, they show us the way in which human desire has created new seasons - bringing together in one geographical location things that nature would not assemble. The paintings depict a frozen moment of 'unnatural' time. Often large in scale and dramatically coloured, their beauty belies a sinister subtext: the relentless human desire to control nature. Titled after freaks of ecology the works offer up a corrupt beauty that suggests our possible future. Claude Monet was not only a great artist but an amazing gardener. He created his masterpiece in his gardens in Givenchy France and these then inspired his most famous Water Lilly paintings. Eric Ravilious painted some beautiful garden views including this watercolour inspired by the green houses at Firle House in Sussex. You can just smell the ripening tomatoes. Gustav Klimt produced lots of floral paintings inspired by his summer holidays in in Villa Oleander, in Kammer on Lake Attersee. This one is a riot of flowers and foliage yellow sunflowers as well as red pink blue and white blooms. Bruce McLean produces beautiful strong and bold abstract flora works that are a riot of colour. The artist has hand painted onto this beautiful silkscreen print, giving it texture and depth, as well as making each one unique. The use of collaged elements adds an extra tactility to the surface. View all floral prints   $test =
  • Runners and riders in our top horse prints

    With the Grand National on today we thought we would give you our top equine inspired artworks from past and present. First up is Whistlejacket 2015 by Nick Smith. Based on George Stubbs painting of the race horse Whistlejacket each of the 1450 individual colour blocks that make up the image are nam....
    With the Grand National on today we thought we would give you our top equine inspired artworks from past and present. First up is Whistlejacket 2015 by Nick Smith. Based on George Stubbs painting of the race horse Whistlejacket each of the 1450 individual colour blocks that make up the image are named after a different race horse many grand national winners and runners. An incredible image of an incredible animal. Next is Picassos Cheval a beautiful silkscreen print of a horse on heavy weight paper of one of Picasso’s line drawings of animals. His single line drawings are so simple but at the same time so powerful, as they create so much meaning from one single unbroken line. Picasso loved animals and kept a huge variety over his life-time, many of which appeared in his work, and particularly in his line drawings. Vichy- Horseshow is a great collection of riders bought together by Pop art icon sir Peter Blake. Chaucer’s pilgrims ride alongside medieval knights cowboys and English gentlemen in this eclectic collage horse show. A beautiful silkscreen print with glazes signed and numbered by Peter Blake. Horse racing was one of Sybil Andrews’s favourite themes and this her most popular. She captured the excitement and movement of the horses as they approach and clear the hedge. She also crated images of the spectators in wet race meeting. Lyrical by Wassily Kandinsky captures the movement of horse and man together in a beautiful expression of the experience of riding. Kandinsky sought a synthesis of the arts, in which meaning was created through the interaction of, and space between, text and image, sound and meaning, mark and blank space. The horses in Eric Ravilious’s works tend to be cut out of the hillside in chalk but they are no less majestic. There is also a horse on his Saddlers and Harness makers in his high street series. The Only Thing I'm Sure Of Is That I'm Sure Of Nothing and It Is My Heartfelt Desire To Improve But I Never Do by Charming Baker are two detailed silkscreens featuring horses heads. This fun piece from Magda Archer kitsch master features a fun and frisky pony with the text ‘Hormonal and Lovin It’ Borrowed Freedom by Marion Mcconaghie shows the freedom and sprit of the horse through her use of loose and sketchy strokes with careful fine lines creating a delicate yet energetic work. Heather J Ferguson is an artist who specializes in Equestrian themed art MELODIC MELODY is a striking giclee print that really captures the power and muscle of the race horses physique. View all horse prints $test =
  • Eelus Meet and Greet In The Brighton Gallery

    This Thursday street art supremo Eelus will be present in the Brighton gallery for a meet and greet, following the online launch of his highly anticipated and sought after Lenticular. The brand new piece ‘Not Everything Is So Black & White’ sees the Brighton based artist draw upon one of h....
    This Thursday street art supremo Eelus will be present in the Brighton gallery for a meet and greet, following the online launch of his highly anticipated and sought after Lenticular. The brand new piece ‘Not Everything Is So Black & White’ sees the Brighton based artist draw upon one of his most popular images, transforming it with state of the art Lenticular printing technology to create an edition that has three dimensional depth, movement and breath taking colour saturation. The evening presents a rare opportunity to meet the artist in person, as well as a chance to see his exquisite new lenticular up close. If you would like to attend please RSVP to events@artrepublic.com with your name plus the names of any guests. Eelus Meet and Greet 31st March 6pm-9pm artrepublic Brighton 13 Bond Street BN1 1RD 01273 724829 $test =
  • The Strange Case Company soup kitchen prints

    The Strange Case Company has just bought out three prints inspired the Andy Warhols Pop Art Campbells soup cans. However these three have some very different contents. The blue can has primordial soup the term use to refer to the origins of life on earth. This liquid was a solution rich in organic c....
    The Strange Case Company has just bought out three prints inspired the Andy Warhols Pop Art Campbells soup cans. However these three have some very different contents. The blue can has primordial soup the term use to refer to the origins of life on earth. This liquid was a solution rich in organic compounds in the primitive oceans of the earth, from which life is thought to have originated. ‘To serve. Set on a low heat (98.6F) for 4.5 billion years or until resentment starts to bubble to the surface. Feeds One’ The Strange Case Company. The red can is open and slightly crushed and is taken from the term to open a can of whoopass. So whoever is on the receiving end of this is in for a whole world of pain. The green can contains the most sinister contents soylent green.  This is from the cut sci-fi movie of the same name soylent green is the rations on which the human population is living on which the main protagonist discovers is made from people. Hungry anyone? Each of these print are printed on Radiant White Somerset 225gsm 100% cotton acid free mould made paper signed embossed and hand finished with gold embellishment. $test =
  • Easter inspired art

    It’s the Easter weekend so here are our top Easter prints with bunnies chicks and eggs galore. Bunny blossom is the spring print from Kozyndan’s seasons of the bunny. The pink cherry blossom of spring is created from equally print like bunnies. Its composition is a homage to the Japanese’s w....
    It’s the Easter weekend so here are our top Easter prints with bunnies chicks and eggs galore. Bunny blossom is the spring print from Kozyndan’s seasons of the bunny. The pink cherry blossom of spring is created from equally print like bunnies. Its composition is a homage to the Japanese’s wood block prints of Hiroshige and Hokusai who inspired this series. BUNNY BLOSSOM BY KOZYNDAN Get some great colourful kitsch with these lively Easter birdies with this silkscreen and giclee limited edition from Alanna Eakin. BIRDIES BY ALANNA EAKIN Eggs all round with this colourful print of Andy Wahol’s eggs. One of his later works its pure abstraction and simple colours make it a perfect piece for any wall. EGGS, 1982 (MULTI) BY ANDY WARHOL This majestic rabbit by Andy Wilx was inspired by the classic novel Watership Down. It tells the story of ‘El-Ahrairah’ the prince of all rabbits, and ‘Frith’ the sun god, and creator of everything. EL-AHRAIRAH'S LOVE FOR FRITH BY ANDY WILX Finally we have Cadburys Grenade framed limited edition by DS from his Easter Egg Grenade Hunt collection. Others include Parisian Grenade, From Russia With Love and Faberge Egg Grenade 2. A real cash of beautiful Easter eggs. FRAMED CADBURYS GRENADE BY DS $test =
  • VNA Magazine x Seb Lester Launch in the Brighton Gallery

    We are very excited to announce that this Friday in our Brighton gallery the cult independent magazine VNA (Very Nearly Almost) will be releasing a special box set collaboration with local artist Seb Lester. VNA launched back in 2006 as a quarterly publication featuring interviews with the hottest....
    We are very excited to announce that this Friday in our Brighton gallery the cult independent magazine VNA (Very Nearly Almost) will be releasing a special box set collaboration with local artist Seb Lester. VNA launched back in 2006 as a quarterly publication featuring interviews with the hottest names in urban art, illustration and photography. artrepublic favourites including Dan Hillier, Ben Eine, Shepard Fairey and RETNA have all graced it’s hallowed pages in the past, with the magazine also covering all aspects of the art world from stencils on street corners to huge gallery shows. Seb Lester is a Lewes based typographic and calligraphy master, who has gained global recognition through a number of viral videos demonstrating his incredible handwriting skills, the most popular being a video of him drawing famous logos freehand that has racked up nearly six million views! Seb has personally amassed over a million followers across his social media platforms and is also known for creating original artwork, prints and fonts. ‘VNA Magazine X Seb Lester’ Ltd Edition Box Set launch takes place in our Brighton gallery from 6-9pm on Friday 25th March. The box set on offer includes ‘Passion’, a new signed, limited edition print along with a silkscreen printed copy of VNA Magazine, issue 33. Seb will be in the gallery signing copies of the magazine, there will also been an Easter egg hunt with a chance to win prizes including bespoke artwork. Come on down to meet the incredible artist for what promises to be a great start to the Easter weekend! $test =

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