Pick of the week
The apocalyptic limited edition print by Stanley Donwood is this week's pick.
Apocalypse 101 is a three color screen print released in a small edition of only 50. The beautiful print is currently hanging on the gallery walls as part of Hang-Up Collections Volume I, come and have a look yourself!
With only two APs available this piece is among the new collection released in occasion of the LA show entitled 'Angels'. More new works available for viewing (and purchase!) in the Prefab77's catalogue. Go check it out!
Hang-Up Collections Volume I
Following a successful launch in August 2014, the revolving exhibition 'Hang-Up Collections' has showcased artworks from leading international urban and contemporary artists alongside super-fresh releases and exciting rare finds from the Hang-Up artist roster. Adopting a slightly unconventional approach to the traditional exhibition format, new work is added and removed throughout the exhibition duration allowing it to evolve and change over the weeks.
The first edition Hang-Up Collections Volume I is currently on display at Hang-Up Gallery, and has seen the works of artists such as Banksy, Dolk, Sir Peter Blake, Tracey Emin, Futura, Mark Powell, Joe Webb, Pure Evil and Mason Storm hang on it's walls.
Hang-Up Collections Volume I will continue to impress with exclusive new works until 29 Nov 2014.
We have now introduced Categories to our main menu, enabling you to filter your browsing by the type of work you are looking for, be it Limited Edition Prints, Limited Edition Canvases, Originals, Photography or Objects. We hope you find it useful.
Alison Southward- 'Some amazing work Moniker Projects tonight - especially Hang Up Pictures!' Mark Powell's stand at Moniker is amongst the top 5 stands in Huffington Post selection... This is just a snippet from 'Junkyard Games' reception just after its launch. We have been so excited to have the opportunity to show Mark Powell's new and unique playful series at Moniker Art Fair 2014. 'Junkyard Games' is where talent plays, so come see it!
Trying to make sense of the world is challenging for all of us. This is the core concept behind all the work of enigmatic duo, known as the Connor Brothers. They not only take this challenge on board but also continuously tackle it through their only logical way - making art together.
Art has always been a big part of our lives. Constantly looking for exciting works, we have developed a steady and healthy addiction to collecting art and developing a place where we can share our passion with others. ‘Hang-Up’ is a natural response to this passion and throughout the six years, we have developed a global network of private collectors, dealers, galleries, publishers, enabling us to source specific artwork requests promptly and efficiently and assist in buying private collections. Eight weeks after the launch of ‘Hang-Up Collections’ we take a closer look at the art of collecting. Based on a rather unconventional approach to the usual exhibition format, the show is an attempt to introduce young and keen collectors to fresh releases and rare finds.
English seaside towns Folkestone and Clacton-on-Sea both received an unexpected and, in the case of Clacton, questionable 'gifts' by Banksy this week. The appearance of unsolicited works in the public domain can hardly be acknowledged as groundbreaking or revolutionary nowadays. In fact, the painted cityscape has become accepted and tamed. So why these fresh Banksy stencils suddenly matter so much?