Paddington: Illustrated and Animated

September 26th, 2014 by Special Projects

Paddington House of Illustration

2 Granary Square, King’s Cross, London. N1C 4BH

Saturday 18 October 2014 – Sunday 4 January 2015

Opening times 10am until 6pm

In the run-up to the launch of the first Paddington movie on Friday 28 November, our new South Gallery exhibition explores how different illustrators and animators have interpreted Michael Bond’s much-loved bear.

Paddington: Illustrated and Animated will bring together a selection of artwork from over 50 years of Paddington, from original drawings by Peggy Fortnum, Fred Banbery, David McKee and R.W. Alley, to clips from Ivor Wood’s 1970s stop motion Paddington TV show and material from the new Paddington movie.

Paul Slater Retrospective ‘The Full English’

September 26th, 2014 by Special Projects

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The Artworks, Shaw Lodge, Shaw Lane, Halifax, HX3 9ET

Sunday 28 September – Thursday 9 November 2014

Opening times Thursday – Saturday 11am until 4pm, Sunday 12pm until 4pm

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The Artworks present ‘The Full English’, a new exhibition by Paul Slater.

Slater’s witty portrayals of British life were once a staple of national newspapers and magazines, along with a feature of many major advertising campaigns. This retrospective show of AOI patron Paul Slater’s work will showcase great drawing and techniques, and his surreal take on the subject matter.

The Art of Shaun Tan

September 26th, 2014 by Special Projects

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Illustrationcupboard Gallery, 22 Bury Street, St. James’s, SW1Y 6AL

Until Saturday 18 October

Opening times Monday – Friday 9.30am until 6pm, Saturday 11am until 5pm

With this new collection of original artwork Illustrationcupboard Gallery is presenting its third solo outing with Shaun Tan. The exhibition explores enduring themes such as loss and alienation and features personal work celebrating his much-loved Australia, with an array of warm and colourful pastels. This exhibition offers both fans and collectors an opportunity to see original artwork by Shaun Tan, and acquire pieces by an artist who does not often release work from his studio.

The International Lemniscaat Illustration Competition exhibition

September 25th, 2014 by Special Projects

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The Hive, Sawmill Walk, The Butts, Worcester WR1 3PB

30 September – 31 October 2014

Lemniscaat, one of the oldest and most well-known children’s book publishers in Holland, has played a significant role in the University of Worcester’s Art, Design and Creative Media division, as part of the Illustration course’s Centre for the Picture Book in Society. The twelve winners of the publisher’s first ever Picture Book Illustration Competition will be exhibited at the Hive from Tuesday 30 September.

Founded in 1963 Lemniscaat represents a roster of award-winning authors and illustrators, publishing collection that reflects the vibrant and inspiring international heritage of the Dutch.

Winners of the International Lemniscaat Picture Book Illustration Competition will have their work exhibited at the Hive, the Library of Rotterdam, the Shanghai Library and the Meermanno Museum in The Hague.  In addition to this, winners were also invited to follow a masterclass by Piet Grobler, Course Leader in Illustration at the University of Worcester, renowned illustrator and competition judge.

Graphic Details

September 25th, 2014 by Special Projects

Confessional Comics by Jewish Women

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Space Station Sixty-Five, 373 Kennington Road, London, SE11 4PS.

Until Saturday 13 December 2014

Opening times Wednesday – Saturday 12pm until 6pm and by appointment. Late night openings 6.30pm until 8.30pm, as part of South London Art Map on Friday 26 September, Friday 31 October and Friday 28 November

Graphic Details provides an in-depth look at a unique niche of graphic storytelling – Jewish women’s autobiographical comics.

While the influential role of Jews in cartooning has long been acknowledged, the role of Jewish women in shaping the medium is largely unexplored. This exhibition of original drawings, full comic books and graphic novels, presents the work of eighteen international artists whose intimate, confessional work has influenced comics over the last four decades.

Fifty Years of Illustration Exhibition

September 25th, 2014 by Special Projects

50 Years Of Illustration Exhibition

Upper Street Gallery, London College of Communication Elephant and Castle, SE1 6SB.

Until Friday 31 October

Opening times 10am until 5pm Saturday 11am until 4pm and Sunday closed

Fifty Years of Illustration looks at contemporary illustration’s impact on design, while popular culture is investigated through introductory essays and profiles of leading practitioners, accompanied by examples of their greatest work.

‘Fifty Years of Illustration’ accompanies the launch of a new book of the same title by Professor Lawrence Zeegen, Dean of the School of Design.

Chronicle: An Exhibition of Topolski Studio’s Residents’ Reportage Drawings

September 24th, 2014 by Special Projects

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Private view Friday 3rd October 6.30pm at Topolski Studio

Open to the public with drop-in family art activities: Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th October 10am-6pm Monday 6th 10am-5pm and Tuesday 7th October 10am-3pm

Topolski Studio and Reportager, University of the West of England, present the work of Edwood Burn, Luisa Crosbie, Pat Macdonald, Jack Miller, Jack Wheatley and Georgia Wilson, the Residents of the Chronicle Residency Programme, at Topolski Studio.

For Topolski Studio’s Chronicle Residency Programme, six young artists reported local issues and events through drawing. They produced a hand-printed Chronicle, a broadsheet of reportage drawing, chronicling contemporary issues of the Twenty-First Century just as artist Feliks Topolski did of the Twentieth.

Sixty years since Topolski launched his Chronicles, Topolski Studio’s Chronicle for the Twenty-First Century and accompanying reportage drawings of London will be exhibited alongside Feliks Topolski’s original Chronicles and drawings, contrasting what Topolski recorded 50 and 60 years ago with what the young artists record today.

Topolski Studio is located behind the security barrier of the Southbank Centre around the back of the restaurant Ping Pong. For more information, please go here

Peek – MA Illustration Graduates

September 23rd, 2014 by Special Projects

Peek – Arts University Bournemouth MA Illustration Graduates

Rag Factory, 16-18 Heneage St, (off Brick Lane) London E1 5LJ

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3-4 October 10am until 4.30pm

5 October 10am until 12.00 midday

Sharanya Kunnath

Loren LeBlanc

Yvonne Lee

Maria Naydenova

Donna Jean Peters

Marta Vives Poch

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David Mahoney
 Black + White

September 22nd, 2014 by Special Projects

A solo exhibition of works 22 September – 27 September 2014

The Coningsby Gallery, 30 Tottenham Street, London W1T 4RJ  www.coningsbygallery.com 020 7636 7478

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Black + White is a body of works by David Mahoney. The exhibition centres around portraits of leading individuals who operate in disparate and opposing ways; from the likes of the Rolling Stones to Kanye West, Miley Cyrus to Adele and Putin to Obama.

“In this series I wanted to try to unify these contrasting figures in a similar style, with simple black ink wash backgrounds, black clothing and small pen drawings around their portraits that each person can be identified by.’

David has had his work displayed in numerous publications and has spoken at events in both the USA and UK.

Malicious Damage: Illustration Research colloquium

September 22nd, 2014 by Special Projects

A one day Illustration Research colloquium looking at collage

Venue: Southampton Solent University

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Using the defaced library books of Kenneth Halliwell and Joe Orton as a starting point, this colloquium will allow attendees to explore the accessible and powerful medium of collage, through theory and practice.

For delegates arriving the evening prior to the Symposium, there will be a screening of ‘Prick Up Your Ears’, Stephen Frears, 1987. With a special introduction by Professor David Ferry. Film Screening, 29/10/2014, 17:30hrs

Colloquium, 30/10/2014 Morning Session: 10-12:00

Ilsa Colsell, author of the will use her recently published book ‘Malicious Damage: the defaced library books of Kenneth Halliwell and Joe Orton’ as a case study to introduce the power and influence of collage http://www.ilsacolsell.com

Phillip Hoare (author, biographer and broadcaster) : Will expand on this case study and provide a broader cultural picture- Halliwell & Ortons relationship, Homosexuality laws and attitudes, the 60’s and the trappings of success… http://www.philiphoare.co.uk

Prof. Brandon Taylor (academic, art historian and author): Will provider a broader outlook of the discipline by discussing the reach and breadth of collage through time, culture and politics http://www.solent.ac.uk/faculties/fci/staff-profiles/taylor-brandon.aspx

Afternoon Session: 1- 5:00 *

Delegates will apply their knowledge by choosing to engage with one of two practical, collage based workshops led by the following practitioners:

Graham Rawle (Illustrator, author and academic) http://www.grahamrawle.com

Prof. David Ferry (Fine Artist and academic)

http://www.sandrahiggins.com/artists/david-ferry.php http://www.roeandmoore.co.uk/FERRYDavid.asp?Cat=FERRY,%20David

*Bring a scalpel, knife or scissors

More details here