Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

RA Burlington House, Piccadilly, London,

Susan Aldworth, Adam Dant and Katsutoshi Yuasa all have artworks featured in this year's Royal Academy of Arts' Summer Exhibition.

Began in 1769, this annual exhibition is the world's largest open entry exhibition and is a highlight of the cultural calendar.

Exhibition runs until 16 August 2015

Jul 10 2015

AAF HK | 22 - 24 May

Stand A02 | HKCEC | Opening Times

We look forward to returning to Hong Kong to exhibit as part of this year's edition of AAF HK.

We will be showcasing new limited editions and originals from artists including Ryan Callanan, Gonkar Gyatso, and Susan Stockwell.

Gonka Gyatso | Holy Moly I | 2015 | Mixed media collage, giclee, gold and silver leaf on fine art paper | Unique in an edition of 30

Apr 30 2015

London Original Print Fair | 23 - 26 April

Royal Academy | Stand 37 | Opening Times

This month we look forward to exhibiting at London's longest running fair, The London Original Print Fair, as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.

We will be exhibiting new work by artists including Ryan Callanan, Adam Dant, Ewan David Eason, Tobias Till and Katsutoshi Yuasa.

Katsutoshi Yuasa | Death of Love #2 (detail) Woodcut on paper | Edition of 10 | Signed and editioned by the artist | 65.5 x 50.5 cm

Apr 10 2015

AAF New York | 25 - 29 March

Booth 1.1 | Metropolitan Pavilion

Next week we are delighted to be exhibiting in New York for the Spring edition of AAF NY.

We will be launching new limited editions and originals from artists including Ryan Callanan, Emma Johnson, Justine Smith & Katsu Yuasa.

Ryan Callanan | Love & Happiness | 2015 | Silkscreen print with diamond dust

Mar 18 2015

Adam Dant | Bloomberg SPACE

50 Finsbury Square | EC2A 1HD | until 15 March

Adam Dant's specially commissioned solo exhibition The Budge Row Bibliotheque contains a series of densely wrought and wryly humourous drawings, in which the artist responds to the unique position Bloomberg holds within its surroundings.

Together these artworks encapsulate two millenia of the everyday life and times of Budge Row, the lost street of the City of London.

Mar 03 2015