About CCA Galleries International
CCA Galleries - London established 1972
CCA Galleries, the UK counterpart has over 40 years experience as one of the world's leading publishers and galleries specialising in original limited edition prints and fine art original works. CCA Galleries was established in 1972 as Christie’s Contemporary Art, a subsidiary of the famous auction house, Christie’s International.
Since 1985 it has been an independent company. In the early days, CCA helped to establish original prints as a major art form in their own right and as a way of collecting genuine high quality art at an affordable price.
Today CCA continues to promote these ideals and boasts an enviable international reputation. Their aim today, as it was in 1972, is to seek out and publish the best limited edition prints available by famous and established artists and printmakers, as well as young artists in the early stages of their careers.
Since 2010 CCA Galleries has incorporated Coriander Studio; one of Europe's longest established and most prolific print studios that specialise in original silkscreen techniques.
CCA prides itself on nurturing long-standing working relationships with its artists, working closely with them to create their silkscreen editions, before going on to publish and offer them to market.
CCA also believes in making contemporary British art accessible to the wider community; through exhibitions, online and the CCA Art Bus, which brings artwork to schools and communities across the UK.
Worton Hall Studios
Worton Hall Studios shares a common ownership with CCA Galleries International and is independently managed, comprising Coriander Studio, The Curwen Studio and Huguenot Editions. It is a unique 25,000sq ft. fine art complex (the building was originally part of Isleworth Film Studios) comprising silkscreen, digital, lithographic, lenticular and etching print facilities as well as artist studios.
Coriander Studio is a fine art printmaking studio and publisher, specialising in producing limited edition silkscreen and digital prints by artists, other publishers and museums worldwide. In 1973 the studio started with a single screen bench set in a garage, 42 years on in 2015 Coriander relocated to Worton Hall Studios.
The Curwen Studio
Is one of the UK’s oldest and most prestigious lithographic print studios which has a wealth of experience and lithographic presses
Specialises in producing fine art etchings and has one of the UK’s largest etching presses. Established in 2006 and managed by artist and Royal Academy Etching Tutor Simon Lawson Worton Hall Studios takes commissions from artists, publishers and museums. As well as silkscreen, lithography and etching, the studio has facilities for lenticular, holographic , digital and 3D printmaking.
The artists’ individual needs are taken into consideration for each project, working in collaboration with printmakers and technicians. Artwork is developed into limited edition and unique prints as well as boxed portfolio collections. The Worton Hall Studios team are hard-working and dedicated to the craft of exceptional print production.