We are proud to announce that our esteemed clients, Jack Bullen and Lizzie Glendinning, will present their second edition of the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair from 20 – 23 October 2017, taking place at Building 10, Major Draper Street, Royal Arsenal Riverside, Woolwich, London SE18 6GD. From central London, the river clipper makes the venue easy to access by boat.
Stewart Pettigrew and Charlie Walker will be imprisoned for nearly four years for breaking into the Museum in 2014 and snatching sports medals, a casket containing a historical scroll and a chain of office. Continue reading
An art dealer stole at least £435,015 from his clients to fund a gambling habit, a court in Gloucester has heard.
Jonathan Poole of Poulton, Gloucestershire fleeced money out of nine victims over a period of 30 years by selling their artworks at a fraction of their value and pocketing the difference. He admitted to 26 offences of fraud and theft of artworks by Auguste Rodin, John Lennon, Rolling Stones’ guitarist Ronnie Wood, painter Sebastian Krüger and even jazz musician Miles Davis. Continue reading
It was the artistic installation that took the nation’s breath away.
888,246 ceramic poppies, one for each British or colonial serviceman killed in the First World War transformed the Tower of London into a dramatic, commemorative field in 2014. Five million visitors including the Queen came to marvel at ’Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red’, the creation of ceramic artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper. Continue reading
Following its opening to the public on Saturday (2 September), contemporary art festival Folkestone Triennial is back again in the seaside Kent town.
Now in its fourth year, the Triennial began in 2008 with the assistance of the Creative Foundation charity, the brainchild of Folkestone local Sir Roger De Haan.
The 2017 Triennial is entitled ‘Double Edge’. Continue reading