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  • Ryan Callanan Teams Up With The Prodigy On New Action Figures

    The Poptorian Artist RYCA Launches His Latest Rave Inspired Sculptures. Hit UK rave pioneers The Prodigy have teamed up with artrepublic favourite Ryan Callanan AKA RYCA on a fabulous new set of art figures. Callanan has re-cast all three members of the electronic group in miniature figurine f....
    The Poptorian Artist RYCA Launches His Latest Rave Inspired Sculptures. Hit UK rave pioneers The Prodigy have teamed up with artrepublic favourite Ryan Callanan AKA RYCA on a fabulous new set of art figures. Callanan has re-cast all three members of the electronic group in miniature figurine form, capturing incredible detail and accurate likenesses of the big-beat stalwarts. View The 'Rave Heroes' Set On Our Site The 250 hand sculpted sets of chrome-plated 3.75” scale art figures feature backdrop artwork from the band’s live shows. They have individually been silkscreened and hand printed, resulting in a stunning piece of highly collectable art. Every box is individually numbered and hand signed by Liam, Keith, Maxim and RYCA. In addition to these there are 10 sets gilded in 23.5ct gold leaf, not available for purchase anywhere, but sent out at random to ten buyers of the original 250 sets of art figures sold. Ryan has previously teamed up with another legendary UK music icon in Fatboy Slim. The prolific artist has created bespoke artwork for the DJ, collaborating on his recent snow dog ‘Boomer’, which sold at auction for £20,000 and an acid smiley World Cup replica released back in 2014. RYCA is also famed for his series of hip hop legends including figures of Biggie Smalls, Tupac and Eazy-E which led him to approach the band to make his ‘Rave Heroes’ collection. On teaming up with Prodigy RYCA said “The Prodigy have been the soundtrack in my life since I was playing with action figures, I'm now immortalising my rave heroes as art toys...”. The Prodigy X RYCA Ltd Edition Chrome Art Figures are now available from artrepublic. Get your hands on a set before they all sell out! $test =
  • Spotted In The Gallery: Martin Varennes-Cooke

    We recently had the pleasure of welcoming local Brighton-based artist Martin Varennes-Cooke to the gallery, when he popped by to drop of new prints. Brighton is well known for its artistic community and it’s always a treat for us to have some of favourite local practitioners stop by with new....
    We recently had the pleasure of welcoming local Brighton-based artist Martin Varennes-Cooke to the gallery, when he popped by to drop of new prints. Brighton is well known for its artistic community and it’s always a treat for us to have some of favourite local practitioners stop by with new examples of their work. Varennes-Cooke is known for combining Pop Art aesthetics with the more traditional techniques associated with Fine Art. His colourful hummingbird editions have proven to be a longstanding favourite amongst visitors to our Brighton gallery. With the artist perfectly capturing the exotics birds’ plumage and rich colours in his prints. In ‘Morning Commute’ Varennes-Cooke has accurately rendered the interior of Brighton’s iconic train station, using a predominantly muted monochrome pallet, with the addition of soft pink light signifying the rising morning sun. ‘Morning Commute’ is available online at our Brighton gallery. Call 01273 724829 or email brighton@artrepublic.com for further information. $test =
  • Peter Blake Comes To Brighton

    1 We are thrilled to announce that the Godfather of Pop Art Sir Peter Blake will be releasing his Brighton inspired box set, exclusive to artrepublic, in our gallery. http://www.artrepublic.com/wp/wp-admin/link-manager.php The evening will offer the unique opportunity to meet the artist in pe....
    1 We are thrilled to announce that the Godfather of Pop Art Sir Peter Blake will be releasing his Brighton inspired box set, exclusive to artrepublic, in our gallery. http://www.artrepublic.com/wp/wp-admin/link-manager.php The evening will offer the unique opportunity to meet the artist in person with a champagne reception, followed by a special dinner. The gallery event will be free for visitors but you'll need to get tickets if you want to attend the dinner with the much celebrated artist. The evening will take place on Sunday 20th October. To register your interest and get your name on the guest list, please call the gallery or email us - events@artrepublic.com. $test =
  • The London Art Fair 2015: 21-25 January

    Destroy The 27th edition of the London Art Fair will officially launch the art world year in the UK this month with a multitude of exquisite work on show. The Main Fair will bring together over 120 leading galleries from across the UK and overseas.  It will be....
    Destroy The 27th edition of the London Art Fair will officially launch the art world year in the UK this month with a multitude of exquisite work on show. The Main Fair will bring together over 120 leading galleries from across the UK and overseas.  It will be presenting exceptional modern British art alongside contemporary work produced by both established artists and new upcoming, emerging talent. Our Brighton based sister gallery ink_d promise a spectacular return to this year’s Main Fair which takes place at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London. Established in 2007, ink_d displays the cream of collectable and affordable art, with a diverse range of painting, prints, sculpture and ceramics. The gallery has a strong ethos that supports and nurtures local talent alongside rising stars and established artists.  Destroy The ink_d London Art Fair stand (G12) will be showing many new and exclusive works from artists including Dan Baldwin, Enzo Marra, Ian Hodgson, Carrie Reichardt, Carne Griffiths, Sarah Shaw, Jake Wood-Evans, Ryan Callanan, Matt Smith, Paul Scott, Mike Ballard, Tom French, Pure Evil, Nick Walker & more! There will also be an new print on offer from Magnus Gjoen, which will be available exclusively from the stand.  Familiar faces from the friendly team at ink_d will be at the fair all week and will be on hand to offer sage advice about collecting, investing, framing and all this contemporary art. So ensure you pop by ink_d at stand G12 to take in some of the fabulous work on display.  Destroy Alongside the Main Fair London Art Fair 2015’s museum partner Pallant House Gallery will be showing key works from their permanent collection in 'The Figure in Modern British Art', a unique exhibition housed in a pavilion space at the front of the Fair. The collection includes works by Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, John Piper, Eduardo Paolozzi, Richard Hamilton and Patrick Caulfield.  Also taking place will be Photo50, a guest-curated exhibition of contemporary photography featuring fifty works. It is located within London Art Fair on the second level and provides a critical showcase of some of the most interesting and distinctive elements of current photographic practice. Talks from a number of esteemed artists, critics, gallerists and collectors be taking place over the course of the week and will be free to attend with a Fair ticket.  Destroy The London Art Fair is a fantastic opportunity to enjoy exceptional art from over 1,000 leading artists in one location. On Thursday 22nd January the doors will be kept open until late, giving guests the chance to browse art work while enjoying complimentary drinks, talks and performances. Booking in advance is strongly advised to avoid queuing at the venue. All of the team ink_d very much look forward to welcoming you at stand G12. See you there!  Destroy Venue: Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London, N1 0QH. Visit the London Art Fair website here for helpful travel information. Opening Hours: Tues 20 January (VIP Preview): 3pm-6pm. (Preview Evening): 6pm-9pm Wed 21 January (Photography Focus Day): 11am-9pm Thurs 22 January (Thursday Late): 11am-9pm Fri 23 January: 11am-7pm Sat 24 January: 10am-7pm  Sun 25 January: 10am-5pm Book Tickets: www.londonartfair.co.uk The ink_d gallery will continue to be open for the period of the fair in their intimate and unique gallery space on North Road, Brighton.  artzine your guide to everything that's happening in the art world $test =

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