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  • Last Chance To Buy

    Things come and go quickly in our Brighton gallery, here are a few prints that are nearing the end of their edition. Call the gallery on +44 (0)1273 724829 for further information on anything featured. Grace by Peter Blake When it comes to British artists - or any artists - with a distinctiv....
    Things come and go quickly in our Brighton gallery, here are a few prints that are nearing the end of their edition. Call the gallery on +44 (0)1273 724829 for further information on anything featured. Grace by Peter Blake When it comes to British artists - or any artists - with a distinctive style, you could never confuse the work of Sir Peter Blake with anyone else. A favourite with artrepublic’s art lovers, right now it’s Blake’s Tattooed People series that’s getting snapped up quickly. So if you want Grace to grace your walls, you need to move fast – there are only six of these individual giclee prints of the tattooed lady with the playful gaze still in the gallery and online. Alternatively, you could also opt to bring her home as part of the full sleeve of 10 Tattooed People and make one of your walls a colourful ode to contemporary inkwork.   DECADENCE - DARK RED (GICLEE PRINT WITH GOLD GLITTER SIGNED LIMITED EDITION OF 25) BY SARA POPE We are down to the last few prints of this captivating and alluring edition by esteemed local painter Sara Pope. Pope has become well known for her seductive paintings of lips and is one of the few living artists to have their work in the Pope’s personal Vatican collection! ‘Decadence’ has been embellished with shimmering gold glitter, which adds an opulent feel to the piece, with the artist also adding a mixture of medium and MAC Reflects Sparkle Pigment to the lips for further sex appeal. Giclee with Silkscreen and Gold Glitter, Signed Limited Edition of 25, £695 “Extraordinary beauty and allure are inevitably transient… I think these perfect glossy pouts characterised by drips of colour represent this dissolution.” – Sara Pope Produced as a very small edition of just 25 this print has proven to be hugely popular would add glamour and opulence to any setting. DESIGNER TREES (SILKSCREEN WITH COLLAGED ELEMENTS SIGNED LIMITED EDITION OF 100) BY BRUCE MCLEAN Scottish contemporary artist Bruce McLean creates traditional themed works including still-lifes and landscapes by collaging colourful geometric shapes. His work has long proven to be very sought after in our Brighton gallery by a variety of art fans, collectors and followers.  ‘Designer Trees’ sees the artist create architecturally inspired forms, along with tree-silhouettes, which form an interesting dialogue between natural and metropolitan spaces. A fragment of a London street map brings an extra dimension along with the 3D collage paper elements that provide captivating textures.  Nearing the end of its edition this is a fabulous collector’s item and a joyful offering by the innovative and ever-evolving McLean. Don’t miss out on the masterpiece that is ‘Designer Trees’.   Call the gallery on +44 (0)1273 724829 or pop in for further information. For further information on any of the artwork featured call us on 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com, as things can quickly sell out and those featured are right at the end of their edition! $test =
  • Coming Soon: Dave White Print Launch

    Meet the artist in our Brighton Gallery on Thursday 2nd November from 6pm. We are thrilled to announce that on Thursday 2nd November from 6 pm Dave White will be present in our Brighton Gallery for the launch of his hotly anticipated new Doe and Stag limited edition prints. There will be very ....
    Meet the artist in our Brighton Gallery on Thursday 2nd November from 6pm. We are thrilled to announce that on Thursday 2nd November from 6 pm Dave White will be present in our Brighton Gallery for the launch of his hotly anticipated new Doe and Stag limited edition prints. There will be very super special giveaways for those who attend on the evening. The first 25 people who purchase will be getting an extra special package, so get down early to avoid missing out! The evening will also present a rare chance to view Dave White’s other hugely sought after editions while enjoying a glass of bubbly on us, in our Brighton Gallery. Dave will be present signing and dedicating some of the editions on the evening, giving you the opportunity to meet one of our most popular artists! If you’d like to attend our Dave White print launch it’s important that your RSVP to events@artrepublic.com or call our gallery on 01273 724829 with your name, plus the names of any guests to be added to the list. Get down early as the first 25 to purchase will receive a special gift from Dave! Dave White Print Launch Thursday 2nd November 6 pm – 8 pm In our artrepublic Brighton Gallery RSVP - events@artrepublic.com or call 01273 724829 $test =
  • Damien Hirst’s Rare ‘Curare’ edition available in our Brighton Gallery

    Taken from the artists iconic ‘Spots’ series.  In our Brighton Gallery, we currently have available one of Damien Hirst’s exquisite spot prints ‘Curare’. Unlike many of the artist’s editions, this print has been created as a woodcut, giving the work a rich texture and unique qua....
    Taken from the artists iconic ‘Spots’ series.  In our Brighton Gallery, we currently have available one of Damien Hirst’s exquisite spot prints ‘Curare’. Unlike many of the artist’s editions, this print has been created as a woodcut, giving the work a rich texture and unique quality. The spots series began when Hirst was still a student at London’s Goldsmiths Art School. The works have been described as “essays in pure colour” and often refer to Hirst’s on-going fascination with medicine and pharmacological drugs.   ‘Curare’ was created by the master printers at Manifold editions. The precise and complex printing process has been described below. 1. Cherry wood is cut to an exact circle by a laser.   2. A brayer is used to roll the ink onto the cherry-wood face to give an exact paint surface. Cherry wood is used as it absorbs the ink in the correct capacity.   3. The spots are inserted into the woodblocks of a printing press at the exact spacing required.   4. A larger roller is used to place the paper onto the cherry-wood blocks – the paper is 410gsm somerset white paper which is the right grammage to absorb the ink.   5.The pressure used needs to be exact to take the ink, but not too much to smudge.   6.The printing process is replicated for every print, so no two prints are exactly the same.   ‘I’ve always had a phenomenal love of colour… So that’s where the spot paintings came from ... It was just a way of pinning down the joy of colour’ – Damien Hirst In our Brighton gallery, we have a number of rare and sought after editions by Damien Hirst including his ‘Souls’ series of butterflies, additional spots prints and ‘The Cure’, the artist's series of pop-coloured medicinal pills. For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $test =
  • Spotted in our Brighton Gallery: Mike Kerr from band Royal Blood

    The local rockstar was adding to his art collection.  Recently we were thrilled to welcome to our Brighton Gallery Mike Kerr, the singer from the hugely popular band local Royal Blood. Perfoming alongside drummer Ben Thatcher (who has also been in with us) the duo are well known for thei....
    The local rockstar was adding to his art collection.  Recently we were thrilled to welcome to our Brighton Gallery Mike Kerr, the singer from the hugely popular band local Royal Blood. Perfoming alongside drummer Ben Thatcher (who has also been in with us) the duo are well known for their modern take on traditonal blues rock with their debut album ‘Royal Blood’ receiving a Brit Award back in 2015 for best British Group. Mike Kerr (right) with Jake from our Brighton Gallery The band are no strangers to the art world having recruited artrepublic artist Dan Hillier to create the now iconic album artwork for their debut smash.  In an interview conducted with artrepublic at the time, Hillier explained the genesis of the ‘Pachamama’ image, that went on to become a sold-out print edition. “The band got in touch and commissioned me to make a new picture for them, which I did. Then Mike (lead singer) saw Pachamama and decided he wanted that because he was looking for something really feminine. I had to have a think about it because she’s quite precious to me, I really love that picture. I’m very glad they did use it, as it’s great to get it out there. It works as a good counterpoint to the music, which is very masculine.  It’s not this perfect match of art and music but it’s good to have that contrast there. I met up with the guys, we talked and got on well and they just asked for a picture without any sort of guidance, which really suits me.” – Dan Hillier on collaborating with Royal Blood. Whilst perusing in our Brighton Gallery Kerr picked up 'Alabama Make Up' by Brighton-based artist/photographer Matt Henry. Henry’s work explores the power of fiction through the photographic medium. Inspired by the politics and culture of the 1960s and 70s America, Henry’s work is driven by an attention to style and characterisation, each photograph beautifully designed, composed, and executed. We look forward to welcoming Mike Kerr to the gallery again very soon! For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $test =
  • Peter Blake raffle at our artrepublic Brighton Gallery raises £2,290 for Middle Street School

    The money will go towards a brand new Arts Centre. Our raffle to win a box set of limited edition Sir Peter Blake prints has raised £2,290 for Brighton’s Middle Street School. Hosted in our Brighton gallery, more than 450 raffle tickets were sold with all proceeds donated to the school. ....
    The money will go towards a brand new Arts Centre. Our raffle to win a box set of limited edition Sir Peter Blake prints has raised £2,290 for Brighton’s Middle Street School. Hosted in our Brighton gallery, more than 450 raffle tickets were sold with all proceeds donated to the school. The money will go towards transforming Middle Street Nursery, which recently closed due to budget constraints, into a brand new Arts Centre. With a reinforced dancefloor, big screen and blackout blinds, the space will not only be put to good use by Middle Street pupils, it will be available to hire to external groups and classes. Head teacher Julie Aldous commented: “With impending cuts we have to think about how we can make the school more self-reliant while ensuring our pupils continue getting the best education. While we’re very sad the nursery was forced to close, it’s presented us with an opportunity. “Reserved for school-use during school hours, the new Arts Centre will be available to hire in the evenings, weekends and during school holidays. We hope the space will become a great new venue for classes, children’s parties and possibly even events and screenings during the Brighton Festival.” artrepublic founder Lawrence Alkin pictured with Middle Street head teacher Julie Aldous The revenue generated from hiring the space will feed back into the school budget, contributing to maintenance, new equipment and staffing costs. Lawrence Alkin, founder of artrepublic and parent to Miri Alkin who is in Year 2, presented the cheque to Middle Street School. He said: “It’s heartening that Peter Blake fans and the local community came together to raise a significant amount for the school. We’re all delighted the money will be put to such good use. I’m also genuinely impressed with the foresight and resilience of the school in using the money to make money at a time when school budgets are so uncertain.”   The prize - Sir Peter Blake's iconic Brighton Box Set The raffle winner is Annette from Hove who bought a ticket for her son after he purchased the Peter Blake box set during the original print release and later that evening accidentally left it in a local car park. When he returned it was gone. The box set includes five Brighton-inspired prints and is worth £1250. For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $test =
  • Free Louise McNaught Polar Bear Print!

    To celebrate the launch of Louise McNaught’s latest prints we are offering a FREE limited edition giclee with every order of a Louise McNaught work over £150, while stocks last. To claim your free print, purchase any of work by Louise McNaught over £150 (this includes framing) between the 15th ....
    To celebrate the launch of Louise McNaught’s latest prints we are offering a FREE limited edition giclee with every order of a Louise McNaught work over £150, while stocks last. To claim your free print, purchase any of work by Louise McNaught over £150 (this includes framing) between the 15th to 22nd of October 2017. This is a limited time promotion and we anticipate stock to run out quickly - so act fast! ‘Chilled’ This could be yours for free! Chilled by Louise Mc Naught 20 x 20cm Giclee Signed by Louise McNaught Limited Edition For ‘Chilled’, McNaught employs her signature ‘bleed’ motif, with soft, thin lines of fluorescent yellow paint running down the print to produce a gentle sense of dynamism and flow. The trails have been created by a large, white polar bear, half of his resplendent head dipped in the the brightly coloured paint. A brilliantly arresting print, McNaught has captured the power and dignity of the arctic creature with bold, artistic prowess. Louise has just released these two amazing new limited prints Royal Blue and Before Religion The work of Louise McNaught takes its inspiration form the natural world: raising the status of animals and creatures to the majestic and sublime, McNaught creates bold images, using striking colour and compositional techniques. VIEW ALL OF LOUISE MCNAUGHT'S WORK >> $test =
  • Experience our Brighton Gallery with a 3D Virtual Tour

    You can visit us digitally via your computer, smartphone or tablet. We are thrilled to announce you can now experience wonders of our Brighton Gallery with an immersive 3D virtual tour! Dive into our Bond Street space and view our eclectic walls in high definition. So if you can’t make it do....
    You can visit us digitally via your computer, smartphone or tablet. We are thrilled to announce you can now experience wonders of our Brighton Gallery with an immersive 3D virtual tour! Dive into our Bond Street space and view our eclectic walls in high definition. So if you can’t make it down to our gallery in person you’ll no longer miss out on the stunning selection of prints on display! Take a tour of the artrepublic Brighton gallery below!  Here’s a brief round-up of some key pieces currently gracing our gallery walls… ‘Happiness’ by Harland Miller Acquaint etching and block printing Edition of 50, 178.5cm x 120cm. POA Call us today about this piece +44 (0)1273 724829 Celebrated artist Harland Miller’s prints are incredibly rare and sought after collector’s items, so we are thrilled to have this huge edition in our Brighton Gallery. Sold out on release, this is the largest print to ever be hung in artrepublic Brighton! ‘Rainbow Target’ by Peter Blake 3D Vacuum formed plastic Edition of 100 , 69cm x 69cm, £4,100 Call us today about this piece +44 (0)1273 724829 The exquisite edition released last year sees Blake explore his famous target motif, this time presenting it as an eye-catching three-dimensional form, complete with his signature pop coloured rainbow. A rare foray into sculptural editions from the much-loved Godfather of Pop Art. ‘His n Hers’ by Lucy Sparrow Handmade felt sculpture Edition of 50, 77cm x 60cm x 12cm, £7,500 Call us today about this piece +44 (0)1273 724829 The Queen of Felt’s His 'n' Hers cabinets are nearly at the end of their edition, so won’t be hanging around in our gallery for much longer. They contain a variety of hand-made felt medicinal and cosmetic products. From condoms to anti-aging cream, they are pure Pop-Art fun and a brilliant collector's item.  In our Brighton Gallery, we also have other exquisite cabinets by Lucy including ‘Such A Sad Time’ and ‘For Riche for Poorer’, all of which are selling fast! ‘Ellipsis’ by Dan Hillier Silkscreen print Edition of 100, 120 x 120, £1109 Call us today about this piece +44 (0)1273 724829  Dan Hillier is best known for his surrealist collage inspired by tradition Victorian illustration. ‘Ellipsis’ was released by the artist at his 2016 exhibition ‘Ceremony’, which took place at London’s Saatchi Gallery. Monochrome in palette with exceptional detail and presence this is Hillier at his mesmeric best. A real blockbuster edition from one of our most popular artist! 'Dream Garden Mono 1’ by Bruce McLean   Hand painted, collaged silkscreen print Mono print , 91 x 110, £3891 Call us today about this piece +44 (0)1273 724829 This is a very rare original monotype print that was created using hand painted and collaged elements on silkscreen print. Based on the artist’s garden in Spain, McLean uses colour, texture and form to express the image of his dream garden. ‘Tiger’ by Dave White Giclee, silkscreen print, handfinished with 24crt gold leaf Edition of 30, 122cm x 106cm, £3066 Call us today about this piece +44 (0)1273 724829 Painter Dave White has expertly captured the imposing presence and intensity of the ‘Tiger’ in this stunning edition. Dave is one of our most popular artists, whose desirable prints are known to quickly sell out. This gilded masterpiece has been hugely popular in the gallery. ‘Tokyo Beat’ by Bonnie and Clyde 30 layer silkscreen print with hand collaged elements Edition of 50, 119cm x 85cm, £1240 Call us today about this piece +44 (0)1273 724829 Local artist Bonnie and Clyde has depicted one of her favourite travel destinations of Tokyo, Japan is this energetic and dynamic edition. It is a marvel of print techniques incorporating silkscreen with glazes, silver leaf, glitter gloss, and fluorescent ink. 'Box Set 1’ by Pure Evil Silkscreen prints Edition of 50, 26cm x 26cm, £1038 Call us today about this piece +44 (0)1273 724829  Earlier this year we had the honour of launching Pure Evil’s first ever box set of prints, which is an artrepublic exclusive. Pure Evil is universally known for his bright punchy, stenciled images of celebrities. ‘Box Set 1’ contains some of his most iconic and sold-out images reproduced as small-scale prints. For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $test =

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