Jealous are proud to release the Mai 68 portfolio co published with with Gerrish Fine Art to commemorate the 50 year anniversary of the Mai 68 Riots in France.
'Demand The Impossible'
'Demand the Impossible' was one of the calling cries from the Mai 68 Paris protest riots and perhaps naively was the very ideal and spirit that brought this project alive.
This Portfolio consists of 50 one colour screen prints in a numbered Edition of 68 with 5 AP’s. The Portfolio includes 'Paris Riot', a signed and numbered one colour silkscreen by artist Ben Eine.
The Mai 68 Commemorative Portfolio is co published with Gerrish Fine Art and will be officially released at the London Original Print Fair held at the Royal Academy in May 2018.
Jealous Prize Winners 2018
Now entering it’s ninth year, the Jealous Prize is an established award in the London Masters Fine Art graduate course calendar. Conceived in 2009 the Jealous Prize is given to MA students from London’s most prestigious Fine Art courses. This year we welcome our first winner from City and Guilds London Art School, Oli Epp. He is joined by Slade Graduate Fleur Yearsley.
David Shrigley 'I am Currently on Fire'
PLEASE NOTE THIS EDITION IS NOW SOLD OUT
Jealous are thrilled to be releasing a new edition with the formidable David Shrigley ‘I am Currently on Fire’, printed and published by Jealous. This exclusive edition will be available from Tuesday 9th January at 9am GMT by phone only on +44(0)207 739 4107.
Ally McIntyre's Ambrosia @ The Curtain
JEALOUS WISHES YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
TO MARK THE OCCASION, WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL NEW INSTALLATION IN OUR THIRD GALLERY SPACE IN THE CURTAIN, SHOREDITCH.
ALLY MCINTYRE'S STUNNING ACRYLIC AND SPRAY PAINT ON CANVAS ENTITLED 'AMBROSIA' WILL BE ON SHOW FOR 2 WEEKS ONLY! IT IS A SPECTACLE PIECE AND WORTH THE VISIT TO CURE THE JANUARY BLUES!
Charming Baker & Jealous in Miami
Soho House has commissioned Charming Baker to create an installation in their Miami Beach House. Created in two chapters, the exhibition features 153 original portrait drawings of ducklings inside the House and an oversize toy plane on their private beach, that appears to have crashed. ‘Ultimately we’re all sitting ducks at some point, we have no choice, and sometimes we choose not to have a choice.’More