New Release Notes
Glen Perotte: 2020, a year in vision
exhibition extended until 27 March
An exhibition of 55 high definition portraits taken throughout the year. The exhibition is about its' subjects and is accompanied by their reflections on 2020. The C-type prints combine 6 high resolution prints to give a very honest, detailed and candied look at the sitters. A book of the exhibition is also for sale, with all proceeds going to Jersey Hospice.
Essentially, the exhibition is a visual study of 'being human'. Each portrait is accompanied by a written reflection by its' subject. The diversity is heartening and
* to enable more of our clients and friends to see the work, the exhibition dates have been extended until 26 March
Original prints, new editions and augmented reallity by artists including Dan Baldwin, Lucie Bennett, Sir Peter Blake, Rose Blake, Barbara Rae, Bruse McLean, Jacky Tsai and Gavin Turk. View the work using our online catalogue.
Deconstructing the myth: silk screen printing and discussion with Bruce McLean and Gillian Duke, live from Worton Hall Studios - d ates to follow once UK restrictions allow
Ice Wall - Avanaata, 2020, limited edition silkscreen, ed 75 by Barbara Rae
21 October - 13 November
The gallery is open from Monday - Friday 12.00 - 6.00pm
The gallery and exhibition will also be open Saturday 24 October 11.00 - 4.00pm
Harti: From Obfuscation to Lucidity- Harti's (aka Sascha Hartmann) debut solo exhibition arrives as a timely reaction to an enervated and assulted global society. Harti's body of artwork, over two decades in the making, is questioning, loud and often unforgiving, stubbornly and roguishly digging to psychological depths in its commentary.
Hart was born in Munich, educated in both Italy and Switzerland before later marrying and raising his family in Glasgow,
21 October - 18 November 2020
PJ Thomson: Jungle Fever - PJ Thomson's first solo show at CCA Galleries International is inspired by Henri Rousseau and Fauvism. Thomson uses bold colour and symbolism to recreate the intensity and claustrophobia of the jungle. The riot of pattern and colour illustrates it's overwhelming beauty as well as it's danger. The concepts of life and death. the alluring and unnerving continue to inspire Thomson's practice using silkscreen, stencil and spray paint.
PJ Thomson is the current head of Art and Design at Highlands College and has over 10 years' experience teaching the visual
Book of the Dead by Dame Elizabeth Frink
Black on Black by Sir Terry Frost
Spring Spiral by Sir Terry Frost
4 September - 18 November 2020
Gems from the CCA Archives. Rarely seen paintings, prints, collage and ceramics by Dame Elizabeth Frink, Henry Moore, Joan Miro, Sir Terry Frost, Joe Tilson, Mary Fedden, Bruce McLean and Allen Jones.
CCA works with may artists
4 September - 18 November 2020
Dan Baldwin: Love and Light - New silk screen editions The Love and Light series came about from a one-day project for CALM charity (Campaign Against Living Miserably) in 2018. In this series, Baldwin released a small, singular three-way colour combination of the swallow. The title Love and Light was chosen as a reminder to remain on the positive side of life. A year later, he worked with CALM again, this time collaborating with designer Mercy Delta to create a repeat-patterned silk shirt with the swallow from the Love and Light print.
‘… and you said nothing’ by Carol Ann Sutherland, winner of the Jersey Summer Prize 2020
Sharon Hall, Four, runner up of the Jersey Summer Prize
2 September - 15 October 2020
Highlights and Award Winners from the Jersey Summer Exhibition selected by artists Paul Huxley RA and Dan Baldwin, Gillian Duke (CCA) and Sasha Gibb (CCAI). Paintings, ceramics, sculpture and photography from Jersey’s most promising artists. Artists include Summer Prize winners Carol Ann Sutherland and Sharon Hall as well as RURAL landscape award runner up Anna le Moine Gray.
For further information on the judges, exhibition and award winners,
March – current 2020
An exhibition of prints and works on paper at CCA Galleries International - see the online catalogue at Dan Baldwin: Works on Paper
Dan Baldwin is a contemporary British artist known for his kaleidoscopic paintings, prints and ceramics, often featuring a mixture of sinister and innocent imagery. Born in 1972 in Manchester, he graduated from Kent Institute of Art and Design with commendation in 1995.
In the years that followed, Dan has produced book covers and
Launch of Éditions Emile (ED.EM)
A new publishing imprint celebrating the unique collections held in the Société Jersiaise Photographic Archive
CCA Galleries International, 10 Hill Street, St Helier
Preview with drinks reception Wed 26 February 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Official opening by Olga Finch, Curator of Archaeology at Jersey Heritage.
Sale of ED.EM.01 and a set of six Limited Edition Prints, including an additional five Special Prints will be available for purchase at the launch.
The Société Jersiaise holds a unique collection of photographic materials dating from the 1840s to the present day. The quality and breadth of the collection
An exhibition including archive prints by Richard Spare and Annora Spence and upcoming artists, such as Rose Blake, Guy Yanai and Lucy Farley.
Lucy Farley, To the Lighthouse, Ile de Re. 2013.
Silkscreen Edition 2 of 100.
Unframed: £604.00 inc GST. Framed: £870.00 inc GST
The exhibition is open 14 February - 5 March. Monday - Friday, 10.00 - 17.00 and by appointment. Please contact the gallery for further details.