New Release Notes
Danny Rolph: Jèrriais Exhibition
Exhibition 3 May – 10 June, CCA Galleries Int, 10 Hill St, St Helier
Private View with a performance by Badlabecques,
Thursday 2 May, 5.30 – 7.00pm
Friday 3 May, 12.30 - 1.30pm , tickets cost £10 (£5 students)
Saturday gallery opening with Bachîn ringing by Geraint Jennings
Saturday 4 May, 11.00 – 2.00pm
Born in London in 1967, Danny Rolph has been a professional artist for 24 years and has gained international acclaim exhibiting all over the
Behind the Lens: a phphotography exhibition by Mike McCartney, Rupert Truman and Carinthia West
Private View Thursday 7th March, 5.30 - 6.30 pm
"In Conversation" with McCartney, West and Truman following the private view 7.00 - 8.00 pm
A candid discussion covering a lifetime photographing 60's legends (including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bowie and Pink Flloyd) and the stories behind the shots.
Tickets for the discussion cost £36, are limited and should be booked through the gallery in advance.
The Gallery is open 11.00 - 2.00 pm Saturday 9th MarchExhibition continues until 24th April
RECENT RELEASES AND ICONIC PRINTS
23rd Jan - 26th April
Original limited edition silk screen prints with collage elements, glazes, glitter and embossing by leading artists including Sir Peter Blake, Paul Huxley, Sandra Blow and Bruce McLean.
The Reclaimed Icons are a series of archival inkjet glitter prints with silkscreen glazes depicting historically iconic images, once seen in large volumes on a daily basis, reworked and revitalised into striking works of art. Using vibrant inks and metallic glitters, Blake has re-injected a burst of energy and life into these icons, re-awakening their almost forgotten relevance.
Acknowledged globally for
Gallery Talk with Anna Gillespie
Friday 30 November, 12.30 - 13.30
Anna Gillespie first exhibited at the gallery with Graham Bannister and Helen Nue last year as part of the Four Seasons Exhibition. Anna’ s new body of work is a bold departure from the pieces she has been known for until this point. Replacing the organic tree materials, and the sense of absorption in the natural world, is a harder edge - a more alienated, individualised experience, expressed in a riskier, rawer form. Retained is the human figure, though now in plaster - a material more often associated
Exhibition with Anna Gillespie and Katy Brown
Friday 30 November until the New Year
A joint show by sculptor Anna Gillespie and painter Katy Brown generously sponsored by local firm, Investec.
Image 1, 'Windswept Tree on the Five Mile Road' oil on panel by Katy Brown
Image 2, 'Reclining Nude' plaster mixed media and resin by Anna Gillespie
Anna Gillespie first exhibited at the gallery last year as part of the Four Seasons Exhibition. Anna’s new work is a bold departure from the pieces she was previously known for. Replacing the organic tree materials, and the sense of
Te Ahi Kā - The Fires of Occupation
Book launch by Martin Toft
Thursday 22 November, 5.30 - 7pm
We are pleased to invite you to the Jersey launch of Te Ahi Kā – The Fires of Occupation by photographer Martin Toft on Thursday 22 Nov 5-30-7:00 at the CCA Galleries International.
All editions of the book, including Trade, Special and Collector’s Editions will be available for purchase. In addition, a set of 6 Limited Edition prints and further framed images, including an unpublished triptych from the project will be on sale too. The launch will include a Māori blessing
PzM - A photography exhibition based on the Jersey sea wall
By Gina Socrates
Friday 2 November - Friday 23 November
Built by the Nazis during the Second World War, the sea wall was constructed to ward off a British attempt to recapture the Island. Prisoners of war from Russia and Spain, amongst other countries, were drafted in as slave labour to work on the construction of what the Nazis called “anti-tank walls”; Panzermauren in German, abbreviated to PzM in their files.
With time, the sea wall has become incorporated into the Island's identity and assimilated into its inhabitants' collective
Gallery Open Day
Saturday 13th October
11.00am - 16.00pm
The Biophilic Feast Saturday Open day offers a further opportunity for those unable to attend the Feast the night before, or those who wish to take another look at the Biophilic installations, partake in public discussions and whet their appetite with delicious tastings by chef and food researcher India Hamilton. India and art director and film maker Natasha Dettman will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about their collaboration.
The Biophilic Feast
by Natasha Dettman and India Hamilton
*Now on for two nights by popular request*
Thursday 11th and Friday 12th October, 7 - 10.30pm
Limited tickets available - Friday almost full
Ticket includes a 4 courses dinner served within the Gallery at a communal table with cocktails, tasters and wine with performance
To book please call Sasha Gibb at the Gallery on +44(0)1534 739900
Biophilia "an innate and genetically determined affinity of human beings with the natural world." E.O.Wilson
A collaboration between food, art and music, the Biophilic Feast invites the public to participate in a
Finissage - Entre Nous: Claude Cahun and Clare Rae
Saturday 29th September, 7.15 - 8.45pm
CCA Galleries International, Archisle project and Jersey Festival of Words are delighted to invite you to a special Finissage for the exhibition Entre Nous: Clude Cahun and Clare Rae with author Rupert Thomson and Photographic Archivist Gareth Syvret.
Join us at the Gallery for the Entre Nous exhibition finale with Rupert Thomson, author of Never Anyone But You. Rupert's novel tells the story of the love affair between Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore, two revolutionary French female artists. Never Anyone But You explores the story