Known for its collaborative approach to producing high quality limited edition prints, Jealous has worked creatively with numerous artists, galleries, designers and museums, to make truly original works of art. Their screenprinted editions are held in several notable public and private collections, including the Victoria & Albert Museum, Tate, The Institute of Contemporary Arts, Selfridges, The Imperial War Museum and many others.
The exhibition will feature some of the finest editions to come from the Jealous Print Studio and Gallery, and will show works from emerging artists to established names, such as Joe Webb, Charming Baker and Ben Eine. Showcasing the true breadth and depth of the Print Studio’s talent, the exhibition features a range of styles, from street artists to illustrators and graphic designers.
Combining quality and love for screenprinting, Jealous has a commitment to young and emerging printmakers that mirrors CNB’s desire to reinvigorate the arts.
Says Gallery Director Rebecca Lidert: ‘Jealous ‘took over’ CNB to kick off 2015, now they’re back once again. I think they are one of the most vibrant studios anywhere and we will have a huge selection of fantastic works that have been conjured up behind the doors of Jealous Print Studio. Dario and I were introduced back in 2014 and bonded over a mutual passion for supporting emerging artists, and this Christmas the wonderfully talented bunch over at Jealous will all be on show in one space. Excited doesn’t quite cover it.’
For more information, please contact Albany Arts Communications:
Mark Inglefield, firstname.lastname@example.org
t: + 44 (0)20 73 88 09 97; m: + 44 (0) 75 84 19 95 00
Carla von der Becke, email@example.com
t: + 44 (0) 20 73 88 09 97; m: + 44 (0) 79 74 25 29 94
About Jealous Gallery:
Jealous Gallery opened its first gallery and print studio in Crouch End, 2008. Four years later, as the studio, artists and reputation of the gallery grew, Jealous moved to a bigger studio space in Shoreditch. In 2014, the penthouse studio in Shoreditch gained another floor and opened the second JealousGallery on the ground floor of the building, 53 Curtain road is now home to the JealousTowers.
About CNB Gallery:
CNB Gallery opened in 2012, located in the basement of Mark Hix's Tramshed restaurant on Rivington Street, Shoreditch. A wide range of artists, from the established to the undiscovered, show their work with exhibitions changing monthly. It is a celebration of Gallery Director Rebecca Lidert’s love for art and hunger for innovation and creativity.
Opening Times: For the duration of the exhibition the Gallery will be open Monday – Sunday from 11am until 6pm.