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Basquiat - New Estate Authorised Release at Pace Prints 21/10/15

Basquiat - New Estate Authorised Release at Pace Prints 21/10/15 Read more...

Frieze Art Fair | London 14–17 October 2015

Frieze Art Fair is a fantastic event in London. Featuring around 160 of the worlds best galleries, there sure is something for everyone. Read more...

STIK - Print Release at Homerton Hospital- Thurs 24th Sept.

Hand-Pulled Silkscreen Print on Somerset Card. Cost: £500 unframed NHS Blue Edition of 25 Red Edition of 25 Yellow Edition of 25 Silver Edition of 25 Total number of prints 100 Read more...

New Release - Jake & Dinos Chapman, Come & See (Red), 2013

DHC /ART is proud to present the exhibition Come and See by British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman. To commemorate this first ever large-scale solo presentation of their work in North America, the artists have graciously created a special limited edition etching made specifically for this exhibition. Written at the top of the edition are the words Come and See – the exhibition title - which references Elem Klimov’s 1985 film of the same name about the horrors of war. Read more...

STIK: interview with the artist for the BBC

A great Interview with STIK for the BBC Read more...

Banksy - The parking attendant?

The Daily Mail has unveiled a picture of a parking attendant that uncannily looks like an old archived picture of 'Banksy'. The man in the picture on the right looks very similar to the picture on the left which was released by the Daily Mail in 2008. The original picture is said to be of a chap called Robin Gunningham, who Banksy fans sometimes claim is Banksy! The original picture, showing 'Banksy,' was taken in Jamaica in 2004. The new picture was taken at Banksy's new Dismaland theme park in Weston-super-Mare. What do you think, same person? Read more...

Banksy - Dismaland - themepark exhibition in Weston-super-Mare, England

Banksy curated themepark exhibition in Weston - super - Mare, England Banksy has just gone and done it again! Details of the artists Dismaland Bemusement Park exhibition at the Tropicana in Weston-super-Mare have been posted online. A specially set up website describes the event as Dismal Land – a festival of art, amusements and entry-level anarchism. Banksy opens the doors to residents (only) of Weston - super- Mare, on Friday afternoon. The park then opens to the general public on Saturday 22nd August, and will stay open for five weeks until September 27. Tickets (costing £3) can be purchased on the event website from Friday 21 August. It is sure to be a fun, thought provoking event, filled with all sorts of festivities, so please try and get along if you can. Full details can be found on the official website www.dismaland.co.uk Read more...

Competition - Win an original by Raul Enmanuel

COMPETITION DETAILS: In August and September, we will be offering up some fantastic prizes in our bi-weekly competitions. In collaboration with MLA Gallery in Los Angeles, first up is this fantastic original work by Raul Enmanuel. The usual gallery price for this pastel, watercolor and gouache on Ar Read more...

Ai Weiwei gets his passport back

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei announced that he finally got his passport back from the Chinese authorities. He shared a picture of himself and his passport on Instagram this morning, Wednesday 22 July 2015. The announcement to his 111'000 instagram followers simply said“Today I got my passport" It's about time we think, the Chinese authorities have held his passport for 600 days. This is great news for all Ai Weiwei supporters from around the world. Read more...