ALAN BERRY RHYS’ SOLO EXHIBITION, ‘CARNADA VIVA’, AT THE CONINGSBY GALLERY

Later this Summer, The Coningsby Gallery will be delighted to welcome Début Art-represented artist Alan Berry Rhys to The Coningsby Gallery to present ‘Carnada Viva’, an exhibition of original paintings and screenprints inspired by the culture and lifestyle surrounding the Paraná River in Argentina. The exhibition will run from the 29th August until 9th September 2017.

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Natural History Museum Whales Exhibition by Sarah Maycock.

In the depths of winter 2016 Sarah Maycock and Tom were invited to the Natural History Museum to discuss a new and exciting (top-secret) project. Ushered through a side door they gathered round a grand table in one of the many rooms of the museum that are closed off to the general public. Benji from Weidemann Lampe showed us some complex looking floor-plans, which were the initial thinkings of the 'Whales: Beneath the Surface' exhibition that opened it's door in July 2017.

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This month we celebrate the work of Brian Sanders.

Artist Partners are proud to announce:

A celebration of the work of Brian Sanders, the leading British Illustrator, who rose to prominence in 1960s London. As a highly respected member of Artists Partners he created work for most major UK magazines, from Sunday Times to Nova, for advertising campaigns such as Ford, Phillips and the British Army, and for film posters including ”Oh What A Lovely War”, “Paint Your Wagon” and “Lady Sings The Blues”.

During 1965 he was appointed by Stanley Kubrick to paint and draw the filming of “2001; A Space Odyssey”.His work provides a beautiful and remarkable insight into one of the most celebrated science fiction movies of all time.

In 2011, Sanders re created his early style of work and captured 1960’s New York Madison Avenue in a poster and DVD cover for Mad Men Series 6.

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London is instantly recognisable by its transport imagery


London Transport Museum’s exhibition Poster Parade: Re-imagining historical posters explores the pervasive influence of London’s transport design.

“I feel like London is the only city in the world which is instantly recognisable by its transport images, ” says Elizabeth Scott, head curator at the London Transport Museum. “The tube map, the roundel, the red bus – they’re all symbols of London itself.”

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Good news all round from The Bookseller’s Children’s Conference 2015

 

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2015 was a record-breaking year in growth and turnover. Last year the numbers were the best since Neilson reports began. The Bookseller Children’s Conference took place on Tuesday 29th September; with Bright opening our first exhibition, ‘Where The Story Began’;

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Paul Young’s Exhibition of Works Spanning 30 Years

Paul Young showing works from the past thirty years of his career, with other friends from college.

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It was 30 years ago Paul Young and his classmates from Wrexham art college David Walker & Andrew Tudor had their final college exhibition at Clwyd Theatr, North Wales.

The three of them have revisited in the same space all these years later with an exhibition which showcases all of Paul’s incredible work from  his career as an illustrator spanning from his earlier airbrush artwork through till present digital work.

Details of the exhibition can be found here

Paul Young is represented by Artist Partners

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Alex Trochut – Think Twice Exhibition at Collette Paris, May 5th to June 7th of 2014.

Alex Trochut is currently exhibiting his latest binary prints exhibition: ‘Think Twice’ at Collette in Paris. Alex invented (and patented) a process through which two completely separate images could be shown on one surface–one which appears in light, and one which appears only in the dark. This glow in the dark wall installation explores dual transformations of multiple subjects, depending on how we perceive them, either from day light or in the dark.

Alex Trochut is represented by Debut Art

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Alison Jay in Tokyo

This month we are extremely excited to announce a brand new exhibition opening in Tokyo, featuring the wonderful work of Alison Jay. The world famous Japanese artist, animator and director, Hayao Miyazaki, responsible for acclaimed animated films such as 'Spirited Away', invited her to contribute her stunning work to the Ghibli Museum's new exhibit based on the story of The Nutcracker. He has admired her work for a long time, and upon seeing her version on The Nutcracker,  published by Templar, he simply had to collaborate with her - what an honour! Her work will be showcased in its own room in the exhibition, dedicated to introducing children to the classic tale. Curated by Miyazaki himself, and in collaboration with the Tokuma Memorial Cultural Foundation for Animation, this is a must see exhibit and runs from 31st  May 2014 to May 2015. More information regarding the exhibit can be found here:http://www.ghibli-museum.jp/en/

Alison Jay is represented by The Organisation

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Retrospective exhibition of Gary Blythe

Very exciting news! A long awaited and comprehensive and retrospective exhibition is being held at The Williamson Art Gallery and Museum in Birkenhead.
Gary Blythe the renowned children's book illustrator and Kate Greenaway award winning artist will be showing just some of his many famously  beautiful oil paintings from The Whales Song and other award winning and best selling books  - Book covers, quirky paintings, and  personal paintings, and text illustrations will adorn the walls of two rooms.
The exhibition being held next door is that of Henry Moore's ... Well worth a visit.
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