Atelier JI are delighted to announce the release of five new projects with artists, Amy Gear, Katherine Jones, Shinyoung Park, James Singam and Yesnik. Monotypes, screenprints and embroidered printed fabrics all feature in this series of exciting new collaborations. Join us at this years Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair to see these new works and more from Atelier JI collaborators.
22 - 25 November 2018, Building 17, Cartridge Place, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, SE18 6ST
CHARITY AUCTION WITH BISSER & HIS RECENT ETCHING ‘MIGRATION’
Atelier JI & Bisser present "Migration" on behalf of the National Autistic Society.
This October Bisser joined Atelier JI in their London studio to produce a new limited edition etching "Migration", published by Graffiti Street, UK. This November the artist and studio are presenting the rare opportunity to purchase the BAT Edition (the first print off the press, usually held in the studio archives) to raise money for the National Autistic Society.
100% of money raised from the sale of Bisser's "Migration" will be donated to the National Autistic Society (Bexley Branch), which is close to the the heart of Peter Bennett of Atelier JI and family, as well as the organisers of the fair.
For more information on how you can bid for this print please click here.
LIVE PRINTING WITH LUCY MCLAUCHLAN & ATELIER JI
Atelier JI are delighted to announce they will be joined by Lucy McLauchlan at the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair 2018, where they will together produce a new limited edition screen print in a live printmaking demonstration. The new edition will be signed by the Artist and available for purchase at the Fair.
British born Lucy McLauchlan's large-scale monochromatic paintings have covered multi-story buildings across Europe, gigantic billboards in China, windows in Japan, huts in The Gambia, Italian water towers, Norwegian lighthouse, Detroit car parks and abandoned NYC subway tunnels.
Implicit within her work is a deep respect for nature as she draws inspiration from her immediate environment; allowing it to inform and direct what is an intuitive and explorative process.