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  • Michael Craig-Martin: Elevating the everyday in art, architecture and design

    Be inspired by the work of Michael Craig-Martin, the conceptual artist who influenced a whole generation of young British artists – we’re not kidding, he has links to three decades-worth of famous Goldsmiths art graduates! However, it’s Craig-Martin’s own catalogue of contemporary art work....
    Be inspired by the work of Michael Craig-Martin, the conceptual artist who influenced a whole generation of young British artists – we’re not kidding, he has links to three decades-worth of famous Goldsmiths art graduates! However, it’s Craig-Martin’s own catalogue of contemporary art work that we’re focused on. We’re excited to be able to share three small editions of Craig-Martin’s work with you. They do, however come with a warning: the Royal Academician’s pieces always get snapped up quickly so, if you want to enjoy this artwork at your leisure, you’ll have to move quickly. Born in Ireland, Craig-Martin studied Fine Art in the States at Yale’s School of Art and Architecture in the Sixties before moving to London, where he developed his now-famous pared-back depictions of everyday objects. His elegant linework drew on everything from items of clothing to the built environment. A recent example of this can be seen in his limited edition “Design and Architecture” silkscreen prints. Across a four-piece set, Craig-Martin depicts the work of four renowned Twentieth century architects, placing one of their buildings side-by-side with an interior design classic that they also created. Modernists Frank Lloyd Wright, Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe come under highly saturated scrutiny, alongside Gerrit Rietveld of the De Stijl movement. The joy? That Craig-Martin highlights the linear similarities between each designer’s large and small-scale structures, and messes with our minds a little by making us consider them together rather than in isolation. Speaking of sets of objects, we also have 15 limited edition sets of Craig-Martin’s “Quotidian 2017”; eight laser-etched acrylic panels that each focuses on a single quotidian (or everyday object). The high-contrast white-on-black images move from the mundane – a stiletto, a pair of glasses, a steering wheel – to quite literally throw a little heat into the work, via a hand grenade. What is Craig-Martin saying about everyday life in 2017? Take a closer look at the set in our Brighton gallery and make up your own mind. Finally, if you’re focused on finding an artwork that’s a little more playful, “The Planets” limited edition silkscreen print is definitely worth checking out. At first glance, it’s a Pop-style depiction of a solar system, but look again: the planets are, in fact, reimagined as sports balls. This is one piece that never fails to bring a smile to our faces. What do you think? If you want to find out more, have a chat with one of our art advisors - they’re always on hand in the gallery or online to share their knowledge and advice with you. Discover our latest Michael Craig-Martin prints to buy online or visit our Brighton gallery, call 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com. For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $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 =
  • 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 =
  • Coming Soon Our Peter Blake Raffle Draw – 28/09/17

     A family afternoon with tea, cake and colouring in our Brighton Gallery. If you’ve recently visited our Brighton Gallery you may have seen that we’ve been selling raffle tickets to win a fabulous prize of one of Sir Peter Blake’s Brighton box sets of prints. The prize draw, taking pl....
     A family afternoon with tea, cake and colouring in our Brighton Gallery. If you’ve recently visited our Brighton Gallery you may have seen that we’ve been selling raffle tickets to win a fabulous prize of one of Sir Peter Blake’s Brighton box sets of prints. The prize draw, taking place on Thursday 28th September, is to raise much-needed funds for Middle Street primary school in Brighton, who require backing after much of their budget was slashed during finance cuts. The money raised will go towards building maintenance and will also fund technology equipment such as computers and their art department. Ticket will still be available for £20 a strip up until the draw. Between 4pm - 6pm there will be colouring activities for the children with afternoon tea and cake. The prize draw will take place during this time and as a further act of goodwill, we’ll be donating 20% of all sales from the day to Middle Street School. For further information on the prize draw or gallery afternoon please our Brighton Gallery on 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com. The prize - a box set of 6 signed limited edition prints by Peter Blake Peter Blake, who is widely known as the Godfather of Pop Art, kindly donated the portfolio of prints and has previously visited the school.  We're inviting friends of the gallery, collectors, Middle Street pupils, teachers and parents, as well as anyone else who is keen to come along for the afternoon. Peter Blake signing his Brighton box in our gallery last year Peter Blake Raffle Draw for Middle Street School Thursday 28th September 4pm - 6pm in our Brighton Gallery Raffle tickets are £20 a strip and will be on sale up to the draw. We look forward to seeing you there! For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $test =
  • New Harland Miller Brings Happiness To Our Gallery

    One of the largest prints we’ve ever had is currently available. We are thrilled to currently have in our Brighton Gallery the monumental print ‘Happiness: The Case Against’ by one of the most sought after artists of the moment, Harland Miller. 'Happiness: The Case Against' was released ....
    One of the largest prints we’ve ever had is currently available. We are thrilled to currently have in our Brighton Gallery the monumental print ‘Happiness: The Case Against’ by one of the most sought after artists of the moment, Harland Miller. 'Happiness: The Case Against' was released earlier this year with the entire edition immediately selling out. It is part of a body of work by the artist exhibited at his 2016 solo show ‘Tonight We Make History (P.S. I Can’t Be There)’, which took place in Berlin to much critical acclaimed. This is one of the largest editions we’ve ever had in the gallery and demands to be seen in the flesh to be truly appreciated. We only have one of these rare prints available, please call our Brighton Gallery on 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com “One of my favourite artists is Rothko. If you look at a lot of Rothko, when he got into the maroon phase he was dealing with a lot of oranges and this redness of orange. There is a Rothko which is essentially a Penguin book . . . the same format – the orange-white-orange – just without the graphic furniture.” Harland Miller explaining the influence of Rothko in his work. Harland Miller has carved out a hugely popular niche in the art world by creating jovial and humorous reinterpretations of Penguin book covers. By experimenting with scale and often enlarging book covers to enormous proportions Miller challenges the viewer to reinterpret the familiar media, incorporating his own imagined titles and adding geometric elements as seen in ‘Happiness'. This print takes inspiration from popular psychology books of the 60’s and 70’s, a subject Miller has further explored in his recent show at London’s White Cube gallery, ‘One Bar Electric Memoir’. “There are lots of aspects to the Penguin classic that inspire me visually. I love it as a colour field.” – Harland Miller ‘Happiness: The Case Against’ is a triumph of printmaking and has been produced using a variety of print techniques with polymer-gravure, photo-etching and block printing all being applied to build up a painterly, and layered surface texture. We only have one of these rare prints available. To purchase or for further information please call our Brighton Gallery on 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. $test =
  • PURE EVIL’S BOX SET LAUNCH AT ARTREPUBLIC BRIGHTON

    A fabulous evening spent in our gallery with the street art aristocrat; relive some of the magic. We’d like to say a big thank you from all of the team at the artrepublic Brighton gallery to everyone who attended our box set launch with street art heavyweight Pure Evil. The box sets are pr....
    A fabulous evening spent in our gallery with the street art aristocrat; relive some of the magic. We’d like to say a big thank you from all of the team at the artrepublic Brighton gallery to everyone who attended our box set launch with street art heavyweight Pure Evil. The box sets are priced at £666 and are selling out very quickly! To get your hands on one before they all go call our Brighton Gallery on 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com. As well as that thanks to Charlie Uzzell-Edwards aka Pure Evil for providing us with the fabulous new set of prints. It was an honour and a pleasure to have Pure Evil in our Brighton Gallery. The artist kindly signed dedications to his fans and followers on the box set cover sheets, adding his signature vampire bunny. The box set sees the artist revisit some of his most popular iconic females with Audrey Hepburn, The Queen, Jackie O, Sharon Tate, Liz Taylor and of course Marilyn Monroe all featuring in his bold and elegant aesthetic. We were also lucky enough to have Pure Evil paint our gallery wall with a quirky totem pole mural. The piece features the portrait of Marilyn Monroe, a new must-see piece of street art for Brighton that is sure to be hugely popular on Instagram. ‘Box Set 1’ by Pure Evil is a true collector's item presented as 6 signed limited edition silkscreen prints in vivid, pop colours with a bespoke archival box and certificate of authenticity. 'Box Set 1' Hand finished - Signed Limited Edition of 10 The box set has already proven to be hugely popular with customers and collectors quickly snapping them up. The stunning prints are also available as a special hand finished set. Pure Evil has drawn hidden messages on each print with a special UV pen that will only be revealed under UV light. For more news stories and events visit our Brighton Gallery page. ‘Box Set 1’ by Pure Evil is priced at £666 and are selling out very quickly! To get your hands on one before they all go call our Brighton Gallery on 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com.  $test =
  • artrepublic Brighton Adds New Dave White Editions

    The celebrated painter’s latest offerings have a strong tropical theme. It’s always exciting when Dave White announces new work and fans of his art won’t be disappointed with the fresh editions from his recent ‘Tropical’ series. Call our Brighton Gallery on 01273 724829 or email br....
    The celebrated painter’s latest offerings have a strong tropical theme. It’s always exciting when Dave White announces new work and fans of his art won’t be disappointed with the fresh editions from his recent ‘Tropical’ series. Call our Brighton Gallery on 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com to get your hands on these fantastic new exotic editions by one of our most popular artists! First up is a pair of eye-catching birds of paradise, ‘Sun Bird’ (below) and ‘Parrot II' (above), each of which demonstrates White’s technical brilliance as a painter and colourist. Bold, wide brushstrokes are contrasted with the artist’s signature expressive flicks, drips and splashes of paint to create a mesmerising composition that seemingly refuses to sit still. Sun Bird Closely cropped in on each of the bird’s heads, their beady eyes really draw the viewers into the picture, while the abstract marks add a real vibrancy and energy. Clown Fish Dave has depicted the distinct ‘Clown Fish’ in one of his new dynamic movement compositions. By using increasingly fainter applications of watercolour paint White creates a fabulous visual allusion of the tropical fish darting around, using the white negative space of the paper as water. Tree Frog Dave has played around with scale in his eye-popping new 'Tree Frog' edition, enlarging the typically miniscule creature, exentuating it's enormous amber coloured eyes and vibrant green colouring. A mesmerising diamond dust background further elevates this print, adding a distinct opulence and luxurious feel. Tarantula Finally the artist has presented a creature that can easily send a shiver down one's spine, the exotic Tarantula spider. Although even the most die-hard arachnophobics who view this print might just find themselves re-examining this animal due to Dave White's stunning representation! Dave White’s prints are always hugely popular in our Brighton Gallery, so be sure to contact us quickly to get your hands on one of these tropical editions before they’re all gone. Call our gallery on 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com for further information. $test =
  • Lucy Sparrow Is Taking New York By Storm

    Her installation '8 Til Late' is the talk the of the town! Lucy Sparrow is currently taking New York by storm and captivating the art world with her long-awaited convenience store '8 Til Late'. The exhibition features over 9000 felt sculptures of commonly found convenience store items, every....
    Her installation '8 Til Late' is the talk the of the town! Lucy Sparrow is currently taking New York by storm and captivating the art world with her long-awaited convenience store '8 Til Late'. The exhibition features over 9000 felt sculptures of commonly found convenience store items, everything from tinned food to beer, cigarettes and even pizza by the slice. Since opening its doors last Monday the installation has been a huge hit, garnering rave reviews from the global press; including glowing write-ups in The New York Times, The Huffington Post and Artnet. Lucy has even been forced to close the store for two days in order to restock the shelves after such high demand for pieces! You can read extracts from her interview with Artnet below. Follow this link to read the full story. How has the response from New Yorkers been? It’s been absolutely incredible. People have come in and just screamed with excitement, which is the perfect response! We’re going through some dark times at the moment, in England, so it’s nice that this is light relief in contrast to crazy political times. It may appear fluffy and lovely on the surface, but it’s offering an alternative. You had nine months to make 9,000 objects. Did you ever think it wasn’t going to get done in time? Yes! I kept having to adjust deadlines. I had this Google calendar and I was literally scheduling by the hour, because I thought I wasn’t going to get it done. It was scary. I was painting beers the morning I got onto the plane! Was it one of those things where the more you worked on it, the more the scope of it grew, where it was kind of never ending? Yes. Completely. I’d be looking at some more bodega pictures and be like, “Oh God!” Or I’d be asking some advice from a New Yorker and they’d be like, “you’ve gotta have this, you can’t not have this, or it’s not a bodega.” So there was stuff being added to it all the time. '8 Til Late' has received extensive press coverage and has proven to be one of the most Instagrammed art exhibition to hit New York City in recent years. See below for links to recent Lucy Sparrow features. Artnet Lucy Sparrow on Why Her Cuddly Felt Bodega Brings Relief From Our ‘Crazy Political Times’ Lucy Sparrow’s Felt Groceries Are Actually Lab Supplies New York Times A 'Fauxdega' Where the Real Bodegas Have Been Priced Out Huffington Post Lucy Sparrow Opens an All-felt Bodega in NYC Lucy Sparrow Works Available In Our Brighton Gallery 'Such A Sad Time' His 'N' Hers 'Til Death Do Us Part' We only have limited numbers available of Lucy Sparrow wonderful felt-filled cabinets. Her work has proven to be hugely popular in our Brighton Gallery and demand is likely to increasing even more as a result of the immensely successful '8 Til Late'. Be to sure to contact the gallery while these pieces are at their first price - they will increase as the editions sells out. Now is the time to invest in one of the most exciting and sought after artists of a generation! We have a selection of Lucy Sparrow's cabinets on display in our Brighton Gallery, so pop in or contact us via 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com for further information. $test =
  • Magnus Gjoen To Launch New Box Set At Our Brighton Gallery

    The former Vivienne Westwood designer Magnus Gjoen promises more stunning work for 2017. We are very excited to announce that Magnus Gjoen will be launching his first major works of 2017 exclusively in our Brighton gallery on Wednesday 1st March. The hotly anticipated new artwork in question wi....
    The former Vivienne Westwood designer Magnus Gjoen promises more stunning work for 2017. We are very excited to announce that Magnus Gjoen will be launching his first major works of 2017 exclusively in our Brighton gallery on Wednesday 1st March. The hotly anticipated new artwork in question will be an exquisite box set of skull prints, incorporating the artist’s most desired and well-known motif. Related: 'Dan Hillier Launches His Box Set ‘Six Women’ In Our Brighton Gallery' BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU’RE DEAD - GOLD LEAF Magnus is without a doubt one of our most popular artists at artrepublic and the box set launch will follow on from the release of his highly sought after lenticular print in 2016. Through his work Gjoen is well known for examining our relationship to objects, often manipulating traditionally morbid or destructive forms to give them a fresh new perspective. Magnus combines his skull designs with imagery from renaissance paintings and ornate earthenware, adding an extra dimension of allegorical meaning and resulting in truly spectacular prints. As with our previous lenticular launch, Magnus will be in the gallery for the release of his box set, presenting the perfect opportunity to meet the artist over a glass of bubbly whilst viewing the stunning prints in person. DEI GRATIA “I tend to look for beauty in the macabre. It’s about showing the audience something which they have a relationship to and making them see it in a different light.” – Magnus Gjoen Our ‘Meet The Artist’ series of gallery events have become a regular fixture in the Brighton art calendar, with the likes of Dan Hillier, Sir Peter Blake, Ryan Callanan aka RYCA, Copyright and Joe Webb all exclusively releasing work in our Bond Street space. EVERY CLOUD HAS A SILVER LINING - SMALL 'Meet The Artist' with Magnus Gjoen takes place from 6pm on Wednesday 1st March in our Brighton gallery. To get your name on the list call 01273 724829 or email events@artrepublic.com. This is a night not to be missed! $test =
  • Dan Hillier Launches His Box Set ‘Six Women’ In Our Brighton Gallery

    We recently hosted acclaimed artist Dan Hillier in our Brighton Gallery for the release of his debut box set ‘Six Women’. Following on from the success of our previous ‘Meet The Artist’ events including Joe Webb, Magnus Gjoen and Sir Peter Blake, we had a packed out gallery for the even....
    We recently hosted acclaimed artist Dan Hillier in our Brighton Gallery for the release of his debut box set ‘Six Women’. Following on from the success of our previous ‘Meet The Artist’ events including Joe Webb, Magnus Gjoen and Sir Peter Blake, we had a packed out gallery for the evening as hoards of Hillier fans, followers and friends filled out our Bond Street space. Dan Hillier is well known for creating surreal, often monochromatic works that are comprised of traditional Victorian illustrations, etchings and engravings. The artist layers up the found imagery to form radical new compositions, adding a fresh aesthetic that links surrealism with neo-Victoriana. Hillier shot to fame in 2014 after creating the album cover for local Brit award winning band Royal Blood’s eponymous debut release. The image used, ‘Pachamama’, has been revamped in the new box set, appealing to those who missed out when it was initially released as a signed limited edition print. The ‘Six Women- Box Set’ is made up of six of giclee prints on 305gsm Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Paper, from an edition of 100, with each print hand finished with exquisite and delicate gold leaf. The set was available for a special release price on the night, with many fans taking full advantage of the offer. Presented in a bespoke archival display box ‘Six Women’ presents the opportunity to own a beautiful and affordable set of prints by one of our most sought after artists. The set has been hugely popular and there are only a few still available, so contact the gallery to avoid missing out! We have a number of Dan Hillier editions available online and a few of his box sets at our Brighton gallery: Call 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com. $test =

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