Joe Webb (1976) uses vintage magazines and printed ephemera that he has collected to create simple but elegant hand-made collages. After many years of working on computers as a graphic artist, Joeturned his back on technology and started making 'analogue' collages. Since then Joe has published many popular silkscreen prints, sold his work in the Saatchi Gallery and sold work to celebrities and had his work featured on album covers.
Our aim is to provide a rolling programme of high-profile Fine art and Design exhibitions and events. From internationally acclaimed and well-established artists to emerging talents, ArtMoorHousestrives to engage, inspire and provide a talking point and an ice breaker in the banking and commercial environment.
Recently re-located from Clerkenwell to the heart of Shoreditch, London, MARSDEN WOO GALLERY shows innovative work in the applied arts from internationally recognised artists and talented newcomers.The Directors are Tatjana Marsden and Nelson Woo and the Gallery Manager is Siobhan Feeney. Alida Sayer is the Creative Consultant for Marsden Woo.
The Prince's School of Traditional Arts was founded in 2004 by HRH The Prince of Wales as one of his core charities. It developed from the Visual Islamic and Traditional Arts Programme (VITA) that wasestablished at The Royal Collegeof Art in 1984 by Professor Keith Critchlow who pioneered a postgraduate programme based on the practice of, and research into, the traditional arts.
Rivington Place, designed by David Adjaye OBE, is in the heart of Shoreditch, East London. This RIBA award-winning building is dedicated to the display, debate and reflection of global diversityissues in the contemporary visual arts. Rivington Place opened in 2007 and is the first new-build public gallery in London since the Hayward Gallery opened 40 years earlier. Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) and Autograph ABP.
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