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Jake Garfield-Private View

Announces the relaunch of Woolwich Contemporary | Editions

This revolving platform gives collectors year-round access to a curated, hand-picked selection of some of the most exciting artists working with original print today. Launching with unique and editioned works by artists including Louise Benton, Thomas Goosebruch, Jake Garfield, Tanaka Mazivanhanga and more, Woolwich Contemporary | Editions has many exciting artists and exclusive artworks lined up for regular drops.


Jake Garfield’s Private View & other WCPF exhibitors on display at the British Museum

WCPF Artist Jake Garfield’s woodcut, Private View, 2020 has been included in a new group display at the British Museum showcasing a remarkable collection of prints and drawings dating from 1960 to today.

Contemporary Collecting: David Hockney to Cornelia Parker: Until 29 September

It features many WCPF exhibitors including the title artists shown through Bonhams and Cristea Roberts in 2023 respectively, as well as Marcelle Hanselaar (Julian Page Gallery), Anne-Marie James (Karsten Schubert), and Michael Craig-Martin (Atelier Rose & Gray).

Further Information:  David Hockney to Cornelia Parker

Natasha Michaels | The Holburne Museum, Bath & Ushaw, Durham

Congratulations to WCPF Artist Natasha Michaels, whose work Boy (2020) has been acquired by The Holburne Museum, Bath through Rabley Gallery. A generous donation of the Golder Thompson Gift. Natasha also has her work currently on display in the Library Gallery, Ushaw as part of The Ushaw Editions alongside fellow recipients of The Ushaw Residency & Acquisition Prize 2022-23 Maite Cascón & Lindsey Moran until 23 June.

Further Information:  CollectionsOnline | 2023.73 (holburne.org)

More recent museum acquisitions from our friends at Rabley Gallery…

NANA SHIOMI: British Museum, Collection of the Japanese Department, London

Sarah Gillespie: Bordered Gothic (Small), 2022 has been accepted into the collection of Drawing and Prints at Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.

Mohammad Barrangi | The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, Leeds

A major new commission by WCPF Artist Mohammad Barrangi explores notions of home, childhood and migration. ‘One Night, One Dream, Life in the Lighthouse’ brings Barrangi’s unique and inventive printmaking process together with sculpture, installation and sound. This is a free exhibition running until 20 July at Leeds University.

Further Information:  Editions | Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair