Neat Neat Neat: punk and print making exhibition at The Art Hound Gallery

When the Art of Print Making Becomes an Act of Rebellion- THE ARTHOUND Gallery

Artist: Jessica Ballantyne  Title: Oh Oh!  Medium: Giclee print on German Etching paper, hand finished with diamond dust  LIMITED EDITION OF 20, Signed and numbered  Size: 297 x 420 mm  Price £80- (unframed)

Artist: Jessica Ballantyne

Title: Oh Oh!

Medium: Giclee print on German Etching paper, hand finished with diamond dust

LIMITED EDITION OF 20, Signed and numbered

Size: 297 x 420 mm

Price £80- (unframed)

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The Art Hound Gallery are proud to present a new immersive exhibition chronicling the art, music and attitude of the punk movement through print making.

From photo copied cut and paste fanzines, to 7 inch single covers hand screen printed in basements, the visuals of punk were created by musicians and artists pushing the boundaries with print. The underground DIY print ethos of the scene created infamous icons such as the Misfits’ Skull and The Sex Pistols safety pinned Queen - once banned and feared, these images emblazon merchandise world wide today and have come to represent the rebellion of a generation.

Neat, Neat, Neat will explore the print work of punk from the 1970s to the present day. Featured artists will include Jamie Reid, the Sex Pistols artist who originated the iconic cut up text and ripped up flags associated with UK punk, Shepard Fairey, America’s biggest street artist and Jimmy Cauty, one of the masterminds behind Art Punk band The KLF. Alongside there will be a Rock N’ Roll selection of brand new works from the Art Hound’s top Contemporary Artists created just for the show, influenced by the people, the music and the attitude.

The list of artists creating exclusive works just for the show include; Terry Pastor (David Bowie’s original LP cover artist), Simon Freeborough (former Creative Director of the NME), David Studwell (Contemporary Pop Artist whose collectors include Kate Moss and Nile Rodgers), Clare Wardman and Iain Robertson (top Contemporary Abstract artists, whose work has featured at The Tate) and up and coming urban artists and print makers such as Chris Bourke, Alex Bucklee and Charlotte Cooper. Also featured will be neon light art by major international artist Lauren Baker. Neat, Neat, Neat will also see the introduction of underground all female urban art collective Channel 138 to the gallery.

The show will also feature rare original posters from the 70’s punk scene, original film and music chronicling punk both now and then, and some of the stories of Cambridge’s incredible punk past - what exactly happened on the 24th November 1979 between The Damned and The Misfits - two of punks biggest bands - in Cambridge City Centre?

Opens 24th May 2019 to 16th June 2019 at The Art Hound Gallery, Burwash Manor, Cambridge

Sunday - Tuesday | 10am - 5pm

Monday by Appointment


Full list of Artists featured in the show -

Jamie Reid, John Angus, Jimmy Cauty, Billy Childish, Shepard Fairey, Terry Pastor, David Studwell, Charlotte Cooper, Alan Rogerson, Will Wright, Chris Bourke, Callum Russell, Libby Morris, Barry D. Bulsara, Clare Wardman, Iain Robertson, Alex Bucklee, Simon Freeborough, Jessica Ballantyne, Lauren Baker and introducing Channel 138

website: https://thearthoundgallery.com/

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Punch Opening Party 20th August at Espacio Gallery

Punch Opening Party 20th August at Espacio Gallery

Punch Sweet 'Art, a non-profit arts organisation based in London, are hosting their first Summer Arts Festival in collaboration with curator Shannon Rose, including an Art Bar Crawl. I am very excited to be a part of the opening party for Punch, part of Sweet 'Arts summer Festival!

Join me tonight at Espacio Gallery for the opening party! If you are keen to learn about the artists and their works, we will be having artists talks and Q&A at Espacio Gallery on Saturday 22 August from 4;30pm.

Sweet ‘Art’s Summer Festival will be an exciting week of art, music, installations and activities, free to all and supporting the charity Papyrus.

Sweet ‘Art will also be hosting London’s first ever Art Bar Crawl. Visitors will be welcomed with drinks at each venue, with talks and Q&A by our talented artists, before heading to the next venue with aid of our Festival Map and Art Tour Guide.

For more information, see Sweet 'Arts page here or Espacio Gallery's website here



Espacio Gallery

159 Bethnal Green Road,
E2 7DG Opening hours: Tuesday-Saturday 1-7pm, Sunday 1-5pm Closed on Monday Tube: Liverpool Street Station, Bethnal Green Station Overground: Shoreditch High Street Buses: 8, 388


Private View: Thursday 20 August 5-8:30pm (Afterparty at Juno Bar 7pm – late) exhibition runs until 23rd August

Art Bar Crawl: Sunday from 4;30 Venues; Espacio Gallery, Juno Bar, The Looking Glass Bar

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