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Exhibition Schedule, Spring/ Summer 2021
1 May- 7 June John Hoyland: Scatter the Devils
Silkscreen, etchings and aquatint by one of Britain’s leading non-figurative painters of his generation. The exhibition is accompanied by the book of the same name by curator, critic and author Andrew Lambirth.
“Paintings are there to be experienced, they are events. They are also to be meditated on and to be enjoyed by the senses; to be felt through the eye.” John Hoyland
5 May- 7 June Sir Peter Blake: Found Art
Accessible limited edition prints by the ‘Godfather of British Pop Art’, Sir Peter Blake from 2005 – 2020.
“For me, pop art is often rooted in nostalgia: the nostalgia of old, popular things. And although I’m also continually trying to establish a new pop art, one which stems directly from our time, I’m always looking back at the sources of the idiom and trying to find the technical forms that will best recapture the authentic feel of folk pop.” Peter Blake
Often referred to as the ‘Godfather of British Pop Art’, Sir Peter Blake has been collaborating with CCA since 2003, producing spectacular original limited-edition prints. His work crosses all generational divides and inspires great respect from younger artists such as Damien Hirst, Gavin Turk and Tracey Emin. Knighted an honorary doctor of the Royal College of Art in 2002, his work is represented in many major collections throughout the world.
Blake's work reflects his fascination with all streams of popular culture and the beauty that can be found in everyday objects and surroundings. Many of his creations feature found printed materials such as photographs, comic strips or advertising texts, combined with bold geometric patterns and the use of primary colours. Essentially capturing the effervescent and optimistic ethos of the 1960s and often including a strain of sentimentality and nostalgia with a focus towards childhood innocence and reminiscence, Blake’s works are equally fresh and contemporary, allowing them to make as much of a striking impression today as when he first started making work over 65 years ago. Alongside creating some of the most recognisable prints and paintings of our time, Blake is renowned for his close connection with the music industry, having produced influential and hugely iconic album covers for the Beatles, Paul Weller, The Who, and Oasis.
18 June -26 July & Sat, 19 June, 11 – 14.00 Jersey Summer Exhibition
Five years ago the gallery launched the Jersey Summer Exhibition, in response to a growing appetite for good quality, curated local work. The exhibition is modelled on the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy in London and works with a panel of respected International artists to select and curate a selling exhibition of local work in Jersey. This year boasted an all-time high of 272 entries across painting, print, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography and film.
The 2021 judging panel are painter and printmaker Chris Orr, MBE, RA, Jim Moir (aka Vic Reeves), comedian, writer and artist as well as Gillian Duke, Worton Hall Studios and CCA and Sasha Gibb. Click for more details on the exhibition and judges.
Please contact the Gallery via email: email@example.com for further details on all events, exhibitions and artists.