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Spodki Gallery, Bialystok

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Embassy Tea Gallery, London

Goto Gallery, Tokyo

Spazio Ostrakon, Milan

Yanagisawa Gallery, Urawa

Mile End Art Pavilion, London

 

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PRISM WORLD PRINTMAKING ONE – Mile End Art Pavilion June 2013

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14 artists - 7 from the Yanagisawa Gallery, Japan, and 7 from the UK 'Printworks' group, showed their prints at the vast and beautifully airy Art Pavilion in north London's Mile End Park at mid summer.

This was a fantastic inauguration for our exhibiting and exchange programme and it was wonderful to have so much space to hang the large number of fine works. We were really delighted with how the show looked and the message it conveyed.

We are extremely grateful to all of the artists for helping us through the teething troubles.

Park Jae Young, Yoko Hara, and Keisuke Kinoshita came from Japan and attended the opening party with Yanagisawa-san.

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L-to-R: Susan Aldworth, Trevor Banthorpe, Nigel Oxley, Toshihiko Ikeda, Rebecca Jewell, Dolores De Sade, John Read (Image R. Jewell)

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Printworks

Susan Aldworth, Trevor Banthorpe, Dolores De Sade, Toshihiko Ikeda, Rebecca Jewell, Nigel Oxley, John Read

Yanagisawa Gallery

Toshihisa Fudezuka, Tomohide Kameyama, Takahiko Hayashi, Yoko Hara, Keisuke Kinoshita, Ritsuko Ozeki, Park Jae Young

Ritsuko Ozeki - Night 2013. Etching and aquatint

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PRISM 2 - Yanagisawa Gallery Urawa, Japan November 2012

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Prism accepted the kind invitation of Toshiaki Yanagisawa to an exchange exhibition alongside the gallery artists in November at the gallery in Urawa, to the north west of Tokyo.

It was great to be in Japan again, despite the cool weather. Trevor Banthorpe joined John Read and his wife Kyoko for the exhibition and several of the Japanese artists also turned up for the opening party (see above). Professor Tetsuya Noda and his wife Dorit also attended, much to our pleasure.

It was a beautiful looking show. Yanagisawa-san had made a great effort to ensure all looked especially fine. Numerous visitors commented on the quality of the works, and especially on how differently the UK artists' approached their printmaking ideas.

There was much curiosity about Susan Aldworth's prints taken from images of brain slices, particularly from a psychologist who appeared on one occasion. The arcane skills and delicacy of Rebecca Jewell's prints on real feathers intrigued too.

So there we were, sharing space with works on paper, yet all could not have been more different - Wonderful!

Opening party. From the left: First Toshiaki Yanagisawa, third Ritsuko Ozeki, fifth Trevor Banthorpe, tenth Toshihiko Fudezuka, eleventh Takahiko Hayashi

Yanagisawa Gallery Artists

Toshihisa Fudezuka, Tomohide Kameyama, Takahiko Hayashi, Yoko Hara, Keisuke Kinoshita, Ritsuko Ozeki, Park Jae Young

Printworks Artists

Susan Aldworth, Trevor Banthorpe, Dolores De Sade, Toshihiko Ikeda, Rebecca Jewell, Nigel Oxley, John Read

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Rebecca Jewell - Gilded Owl (2013) Etching and gilding

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Dolores de Sade - Regarding Formalist Concerns V (2012)

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Rebecca Jewell - Cape of Pacific Voyages (2011)

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The exhibition was jointly curated by Nigel Oxley and John Read.

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The Yanagisawa Gallery, Urawa, Saitama, Japan

http://www.yanagisawagallery.com

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Prism will be at the IXth Engraving Exhibition in the Santa Maria della Pietà in Cremona, Italy, September 24 - October 29, 2017!

PRISM 5 at the Embassy Tea Gallery, London SE 1, 5 18 October 2015

PRISM is delighted to announce it will be holding its fifth exchange exhibition of fine printmaking from around the world at The Embassy Tea Gallery in the heart of London's newest gallery area, just by the Jerwood Space and close to the Tate Modern. The confirmed list of artists, from China, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland and the UK, is:

PAULINE AITKEN

SUSAN ALDWORTH

MARCIN BIALAS

IAN BROWN

TREVOR BANTHORPE

CLAUDIA DE GRANDI

DOLORES DE SADE

VLADIMIRO ELVIERI

YOLANDA EVELEENS

YOKO HARA

JIN HIROSAWA

TOSHIHIKO IKEDA

REBECCA JEWELL

YUUICHI KASHIMA

MASAHIRO KAWARA

SHIZUKO KIYOHARA

HIDEKI KONDO

TOMASZ M. KUKAWSKI

MASATAKA KUROYANAGI

SOPHIE LAYTON

NAO MASUDA

TSUTOMU MORITA

HISAHARU MOTODA

NIGEL OXLEY

RITSUKO OZEKI

PARK JAE YOUNG

JOANNA PIECH

JOHN READ

ARIANNA TAGLIABUE

RYOKO TANAKA

MARIA CHIARA TONI

JIAN ZHOU

The Embassy Tea Gallery 195-205 Union Street, London SE1 0LN www.embassyteagallery.com

There will also be a special exhibition of selected works from the important Nigel Oxley Archive and Nigel Oxley will give talks about the works, their origin and history. These are etchings made during his time at both White Ink and Kelpra Studio in London during a hugely creative period for British printmaking when a wide range of well known artists began to extend their work into etching, adding to their oeuvre and their range of expressivity by working closely with master printer Nigel Oxley.

We are really proud to be able to reveal these works and their histories during the PRISM 4 exhibition in October.

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It is planned to mount a selected exhibition of prints in various mediums by the late London artist Gordon House who founded White Ink, encouraged the establishment of Chris Prater as an art silk screen studio, was instrumental in shaping the graphical look of much of the London artworld during the 60s and 70s, and pursued a single-minded path in his bold paintings. He was also a profound influence on the two founders of PRISM, John Read and Nigel Oxley.

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