For one week only you can see a new exhibition of contemporary printmaking, showcasing colourful, diverse and strong pieces by established, influential, as well as emerging artists.
Store Street Gallery opens its Contemporary Printmaking Exhibition tomorrow. It will take place at the gallery in Bloomsbury from 13th until 18th March.
The exhibition promotes printmaking as an art form and celebrates the importance of the medium.
It includes a variety of exciting and innovative prints by Lisa Denyer, Alexander Gough, Damien Hirst, David Hockney, Max Lowry, Dénes Maróti, Will Martyr, Andy Warhol and Giulia Zaniol.
Chloe Nelkin, consultant for Orion Contemporary, says: “This is a small pop-up show to give the artists exposure, Orion Contemporary have established collections from artists such as Warhol.”
Andrés Olow Clase, director of Orion Contemporary, says ‘From Andy Warhol’s exceptional print of 1974 to works made in 2012, the show explores the diverse vivacity and technical skill of printmaking.’
All artists in the show excel as painters as well as recognising the importance of the print; Zaniol, Maróti and Gough will be displaying previously unseen works, fresh off the press.
The exhibition is for free and a must-see for anyone interested in contemporary art.