We're excited to introduce our new exhibition Pulp Friction, the inaugural solo exhibition from collage artist Joe Webb. Heavily drawn to iconic and dreamlike ideals, the exhibition is a playful nod to the 1950s romance era, where the majority of imagery and subject matter has been sourced.

Above:  Kissing Magritte |  2012 | 5 Colour Screen Print | Signed and Numbered | 70 x 56 cm | Edition of 50 | £595

The exhibition runs from 8 June - 21 July 2013.  Don't miss the Private View at Hang-Up Gallery:  Friday 7 June | 6 - 9pm Drinks Reception


Above:  Back to Black | 2013 | Silkscreen print with gloss | Signed and Numbered | 72 x 90cm | Edition of 75 | £975

Webb collects vintage magazines and printed ephemera from which he painstakingly creates beautiful, nostalgic collages. Pulp Friction will showcase for the first time an array of Webb’s original collages and limited edition silkscreen prints, from the early political and humorous pieces to the surreal movie collages and new minimalistic abstract work of recent months.

Above: Daydream | 2013 | Silkscreen print with swarovski crystal stud, gloss and embossing | Signed and Numbered | 72 x 90 cm | Edition of 125 | £795
Edition: 125 

A number of Webb’s works have become Internet sensations with 50 000 people sharing the piece ’Antares and Love II' which has also been displayed in London’s Saatchi Gallery.  The print was the winner of the Saatchi’s prestigious ‘Showdown’ competition in 2012.

We interviewed the artist about his first ever solo exhibition in his studio in Sussex.  To view the exclusive interview and pictures click HERE.

We hope to see you in the gallery soon - don't forget to RSVP to the exhibition launch!

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