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WEST CONTEMPORARY GALLERY  AND KERRIDGE'S BAR & GRILL PRESENT VOICES IN BRITISH ART VOLUME 2
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London Art Food Celebrity Endorsement Artist Portrait Celebrity Events

One of the UK’s leading restaurants, operated by an award-winning and highly celebrated British TV chef, has teamed up with a London-based international art consultancy and several acclaimed, domestically based artists to create a world-class art show within the spectacular settings of a legendary 5-star hotel. Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, led by Michelin-star chef and noted innovator Tom Kerridge, once again has enlisted notable art gallerists West Contemporary (supported by Manifold Editions) to curate the ‘Voices in British Art: Second Edition’ exhibition...

WEST CONTEMPORARY GALLERY  AND KERRIDGE'S BAR & GRILL PRESENT VOICES IN BRITISH ART VOLUME 2
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London Art Food Celebrity Endorsement Artist Portrait Celebrity Events

One of the UK’s leading restaurants, operated by an award-winning and highly celebrated British TV chef, has teamed up with a London-based international art consultancy and several acclaimed, domestically based artists to create a world-class art show within the spectacular settings of a legendary 5-star hotel. Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, led by Michelin-star chef and noted innovator Tom Kerridge, once again has enlisted notable art gallerists West Contemporary (supported by Manifold Editions) to curate the ‘Voices in British Art: Second Edition’ exhibition...

WEST CONTEMPORARY GALLERY  AND KERRIDGE'S BAR & GRILL PRESENT VOICES IN BRITISH ART VOLUME 2
show info
London Art Food Celebrity Endorsement Artist Portrait Celebrity Events

One of the UK’s leading restaurants, operated by an award-winning and highly celebrated British TV chef, has teamed up with a London-based international art consultancy and several acclaimed, domestically based artists to create a world-class art show within the spectacular settings of a legendary 5-star hotel. Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, led by Michelin-star chef and noted innovator Tom Kerridge, once again has enlisted notable art gallerists West Contemporary (supported by Manifold Editions) to curate the ‘Voices in British Art: Second Edition’ exhibition...

WEST CONTEMPORARY GALLERY  AND KERRIDGE'S BAR & GRILL PRESENT VOICES IN BRITISH ART VOLUME 2
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London Art Food Celebrity Endorsement Artist Portrait Celebrity Events

One of the UK’s leading restaurants, operated by an award-winning and highly celebrated British TV chef, has teamed up with a London-based international art consultancy and several acclaimed, domestically based artists to create a world-class art show within the spectacular settings of a legendary 5-star hotel. Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, led by Michelin-star chef and noted innovator Tom Kerridge, once again has enlisted notable art gallerists West Contemporary (supported by Manifold Editions) to curate the ‘Voices in British Art: Second Edition’ exhibition...

WEST CONTEMPORARY GALLERY  AND KERRIDGE'S BAR & GRILL PRESENT VOICES IN BRITISH ART VOLUME 2
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London Art Food Celebrity Endorsement Artist Portrait Celebrity Events

One of the UK’s leading restaurants, operated by an award-winning and highly celebrated British TV chef, has teamed up with a London-based international art consultancy and several acclaimed, domestically based artists to create a world-class art show within the spectacular settings of a legendary 5-star hotel. Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, led by Michelin-star chef and noted innovator Tom Kerridge, once again has enlisted notable art gallerists West Contemporary (supported by Manifold Editions) to curate the ‘Voices in British Art: Second Edition’ exhibition...

WEST CONTEMPORARY GALLERY  AND KERRIDGE'S BAR & GRILL PRESENT VOICES IN BRITISH ART VOLUME 2
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London Art Food Celebrity Endorsement Artist Portrait Celebrity Events

One of the UK’s leading restaurants, operated by an award-winning and highly celebrated British TV chef, has teamed up with a London-based international art consultancy and several acclaimed, domestically based artists to create a world-class art show within the spectacular settings of a legendary 5-star hotel. Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, led by Michelin-star chef and noted innovator Tom Kerridge, once again has enlisted notable art gallerists West Contemporary (supported by Manifold Editions) to curate the ‘Voices in British Art: Second Edition’ exhibition...

WEST CONTEMPORARY GALLERY  AND KERRIDGE'S BAR & GRILL PRESENT VOICES IN BRITISH ART VOLUME 2
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London Art Food Celebrity Endorsement Artist Portrait Celebrity Events

One of the UK’s leading restaurants, operated by an award-winning and highly celebrated British TV chef, has teamed up with a London-based international art consultancy and several acclaimed, domestically based artists to create a world-class art show within the spectacular settings of a legendary 5-star hotel. Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, led by Michelin-star chef and noted innovator Tom Kerridge, once again has enlisted notable art gallerists West Contemporary (supported by Manifold Editions) to curate the ‘Voices in British Art: Second Edition’ exhibition...

WEST CONTEMPORARY GALLERY  AND KERRIDGE'S BAR & GRILL PRESENT VOICES IN BRITISH ART VOLUME 2
show info
London Art Food Celebrity Endorsement Artist Portrait Celebrity Events

One of the UK’s leading restaurants, operated by an award-winning and highly celebrated British TV chef, has teamed up with a London-based international art consultancy and several acclaimed, domestically based artists to create a world-class art show within the spectacular settings of a legendary 5-star hotel. Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, led by Michelin-star chef and noted innovator Tom Kerridge, once again has enlisted notable art gallerists West Contemporary (supported by Manifold Editions) to curate the ‘Voices in British Art: Second Edition’ exhibition...

WEST CONTEMPORARY GALLERY  AND KERRIDGE'S BAR & GRILL PRESENT VOICES IN BRITISH ART VOLUME 2
show info
London Art Food Celebrity Endorsement Artist Portrait Celebrity Events

One of the UK’s leading restaurants, operated by an award-winning and highly celebrated British TV chef, has teamed up with a London-based international art consultancy and several acclaimed, domestically based artists to create a world-class art show within the spectacular settings of a legendary 5-star hotel. Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, led by Michelin-star chef and noted innovator Tom Kerridge, once again has enlisted notable art gallerists West Contemporary (supported by Manifold Editions) to curate the ‘Voices in British Art: Second Edition’ exhibition...

show info
London Art Food Celebrity Endorsement Artist Portrait Celebrity Events

One of the UK’s leading restaurants, operated by an award-winning and highly celebrated British TV chef, has teamed up with a London-based international art consultancy and several acclaimed, domestically based artists to create a world-class art show within the spectacular settings of a legendary 5-star hotel. Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, led by Michelin-star chef and noted innovator Tom Kerridge, once again has enlisted notable art gallerists West Contemporary (supported by Manifold Editions) to curate the ‘Voices in British Art: Second Edition’ exhibition...

WEST CONTEMPORARY GALLERY  AND KERRIDGE'S BAR & GRILL PRESENT VOICES IN BRITISH ART VOLUME 2
show info
London Art Food Celebrity Endorsement Artist Portrait Celebrity Events

One of the UK’s leading restaurants, operated by an award-winning and highly celebrated British TV chef, has teamed up with a London-based international art consultancy and several acclaimed, domestically based artists to create a world-class art show within the spectacular settings of a legendary 5-star hotel. Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, led by Michelin-star chef and noted innovator Tom Kerridge, once again has enlisted notable art gallerists West Contemporary (supported by Manifold Editions) to curate the ‘Voices in British Art: Second Edition’ exhibition...

Carne Griffiths Presents - "The Platinum Queen" to Raise Monies fo Great Ormond Street Hospital's Charity GOSH
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London Art Portrait People Fine Art

British artist Carne Griffiths to officially release a portrait of HRH Queen Elizabeth II, to mark the Platinum Jubilee in 2022, with the original painting already sold for £25,000 at The Anderson Foundation Christmas multi-charity luncheon. Now considered one of the foremost young contemporary British painters and famed for his creative use of non-traditional mediums such as tea, ink and alcohol, Carne Griffiths is to release a special portrait of HRH The Queen in 2022, with £150 from each sale of the limited edition prints to go to the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity). The money raised will help support the most urgent needs of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), of which the Queen is the patron. It could fund research into pioneering new treatments for children, provide the most up-to-date medical equipment, fund support services for children and their families, and support the essential rebuilding and refurbishment of the hospital. This globally admired official charity partner for the project is an apt and personal choice for the artist, having had first-hand experience of the care, love and support the hospital provides to children and families. Having become a unique attraction in the art world by distinctively combining often overlooked media with an impressive traditional skillset, Liverpool-born Griffiths is a former creative director and gold wire embroidery designer with an enviable list of accolades and creative achievements. Alongside designing the uniforms in the films Valkyrie, The Last King of Scotland, and notably, the ‘Red Death Coat’ used in The Phantom of the Opera – this is not the artist’s Royal introduction, having proudly had his work featured on the embroidered cover of the 80th Royal Variety Performance programme in 2008. 

The Anderson Foundation’s Christmas Luncheon, held at the glamorous Rosewood Hotel in London on December 3rd 2021, hosted the sale of the prestigious original artwork, selling for an impressive £25,000 with all proceeds of the day going to a number of charities, including £20,000 from the sale of the original artwork benefitting GOSH Charity. ‘The Platinum Queen’ is set to be released to the public at 12pm on the 4th June 2022, at the height of the bank holiday weekend celebrations marking the 70th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II in 1952, via a limited edition print run of highly exclusive hand created and embellished prints based upon the original artwork produced by the artist. The limited edition prints, 70 in total (plus 20 Artist Proofs), one for each year of HRH The Queen’s time as British monarch - will characteristically for Carne Griffiths be entirely unique. Each piece will be hand-finished by the artist, produced using mixed media and with three screen-printed layers (a fluorescent, diamond dust, and a genuine platinum leaf layer) making each one a completely unique artwork. 

 The artworks have been produced at famous London print-house, Jealous Gallery, a Shoreditch and East London institution itself who are also no strangers to working with royalty due to their close working association to The Royal Academy and The V&A. The prints themselves will be available at £1550 with £150 of each sale going to GOSH Charity. UK based gallerists and art consultancy West Contemporary Editions, a two-decade industry veteran known for innovative collaborations with The Royal Albert Hall, Dubai Opera House and The Stafford Hotel, as well as works of Banksy, Marc Quinn, Fin DAC and Mick Rock, are charged with hosting the prestigious release online. They will be accepting pre-orders, with early adopters and buyers receiving a certificate of authenticity signed by West Contemporary founder, Liam West FRSA. ‘This is an incredibly special release, a celebration of British artistry, institution, and history, produced by a globally collected artist and with a percentage of all sales going to a very much deserving charity partner. To mark the Platinum Jubilee in 2022 in this way and celebrate her majesty's 70 year reign is an honour. Being able to officially partner with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity for the project, and support their ongoing wonderful work, is a beautiful opportunity for us to use art for good’. Liam West, Founder and MD, West Contemporary Editions. ONLINE GLOBAL RELEASE: 12pm BST on Saturday 4th June 2022 via www.west-contemporary-editions.com For information on pre-orders, please email info@west-contemporary.com

 - IN PERSON BUYERS are also invited to purchase early from Kerridge’s Bar & Grill, Number 10 Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5AE from Thursday 2nd June 2022

Dr Sukh Presents The Waiting Room
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London Film available for syndication Director Actor Celebrity Endorsement

#TheWaitingRoomStories is a series of in-depth interviews Dr Sukh has conducted with some truly extraordinary people over the past two years. An amazing collection of humans - from celebrity names to people with no public profile - have shared their incredible personal stories of survival, heartbreak, challenge and triumph. Covering childhood bullying, depression and mental health, sexual abuse, and recovery from illnesses such as cancer - these in-depth interviews (some more than 2 hours long) are confronting, uncomfortable, relatable, humanising and - ultimately - unforgettable. And of course, as a doctor himself, Dr Sukh invites these inspiring individuals to talk about how the brilliant NHS has touched these people’s lives and what it means to them. We now want those stories to inspire others to speak up. To remove the stigma attached to sharing our experiences. To not feel alone. Follow #TheWaitingRoomStories. www.drsukhthewaitingroom.com

Dr Sukh Presents The Waiting Room
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London Film available for syndication Director Actor Celebrity Endorsement

#TheWaitingRoomStories is a series of in-depth interviews Dr Sukh has conducted with some truly extraordinary people over the past two years. An amazing collection of humans - from celebrity names to people with no public profile - have shared their incredible personal stories of survival, heartbreak, challenge and triumph. Covering childhood bullying, depression and mental health, sexual abuse, and recovery from illnesses such as cancer - these in-depth interviews (some more than 2 hours long) are confronting, uncomfortable, relatable, humanising and - ultimately - unforgettable. And of course, as a doctor himself, Dr Sukh invites these inspiring individuals to talk about how the brilliant NHS has touched these people’s lives and what it means to them. We now want those stories to inspire others to speak up. To remove the stigma attached to sharing our experiences. To not feel alone. Follow #TheWaitingRoomStories. www.drsukhthewaitingroom.com

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London Film available for syndication Director Actor Celebrity Endorsement

#TheWaitingRoomStories is a series of in-depth interviews Dr Sukh has conducted with some truly extraordinary people over the past two years. An amazing collection of humans - from celebrity names to people with no public profile - have shared their incredible personal stories of survival, heartbreak, challenge and triumph. Covering childhood bullying, depression and mental health, sexual abuse, and recovery from illnesses such as cancer - these in-depth interviews (some more than 2 hours long) are confronting, uncomfortable, relatable, humanising and - ultimately - unforgettable. And of course, as a doctor himself, Dr Sukh invites these inspiring individuals to talk about how the brilliant NHS has touched these people’s lives and what it means to them. We now want those stories to inspire others to speak up. To remove the stigma attached to sharing our experiences. To not feel alone. Follow #TheWaitingRoomStories. www.drsukhthewaitingroom.com

Dr Sukh Presents The Waiting Room
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London Film available for syndication Director Actor Celebrity Endorsement

#TheWaitingRoomStories is a series of in-depth interviews Dr Sukh has conducted with some truly extraordinary people over the past two years. An amazing collection of humans - from celebrity names to people with no public profile - have shared their incredible personal stories of survival, heartbreak, challenge and triumph. Covering childhood bullying, depression and mental health, sexual abuse, and recovery from illnesses such as cancer - these in-depth interviews (some more than 2 hours long) are confronting, uncomfortable, relatable, humanising and - ultimately - unforgettable. And of course, as a doctor himself, Dr Sukh invites these inspiring individuals to talk about how the brilliant NHS has touched these people’s lives and what it means to them. We now want those stories to inspire others to speak up. To remove the stigma attached to sharing our experiences. To not feel alone. Follow #TheWaitingRoomStories. www.drsukhthewaitingroom.com

MUSEC - UP22
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Portrait People Stills Art Animals Retouch Post Production

OPEN CALL UNPUBLISHED PHOTO 2022 Entries are now open for the 2022 edition of the international UNPUBLISHED PHOTO contest. Young photographers born between 1986 and 2004 have the chance until 10th April to submit their portfolios. The contest is promoted by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC Lugano, in collaboration with the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery in Milan and the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti in Venice. Unpublished Photo is a contest aimed at young contemporary photographers between the ages of 18 and 36. Its aim is to promote and enhance the photographic art form through an initiative that seeks to support creativity without limits, for this reason the contest does not impose any particular theme and welcomes works made using any technique. Initiated in 2018 and now in its fourth edition, the contest attracts a growing number of young artists from all over the world every year. The initiative was launched initially by the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS Gallery and was then embraced in 2020 by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC in Lugano, with the aim of strengthening cross-border collaboration and supporting the promotion of young artists' work. A jury composed of major personalities from the world of culture and photography will select four finalists from the international photographic scene. Thanks to the partnership of the De Pietri Artphilein Foundation, the UP22 contest is able to award a cash prize of 2,000 swiss francs to the first prizewinner, 1,500 swiss francs to the second prizewinner and 1,000 swiss francs each to the third and fourth finalists. A selection of UP22's works will be published in an elegant photographic booklet that will further enrich the project. In addition, Artphilein Editions, will also produce and publish an entirely dedicated, fine limited edition catalogue of the one of the young finalists and the overall project. As in 2020 and 2021, this year MUSEC will present the works of the finalists to the public in a temporary exhibition from 20th October 2022 to 12th February 2023 at its Villa Malpensata venue in Lugano. The exhibition is an opportunity to attract collectors and photography enthusiasts and to allow the public to discover new trends and expressive languages of the contemporary scene. At the end of the exhibition in Lugano, the works exhibited will become part of the MUSEC collections, thus enriching a photographic heritage that now counts over 40,000 works from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. How to participate All photographers born between 1986 and 2004 can participate. Applicants can submit their portfolios, consisting of 10 images, a project description and a short biography, until the 10 th April 2022. An online application form is available at the following link: https://www.fcmusei.ch/contest/

MUSEC - UP22
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Portrait People Stills Art Animals Retouch Post Production

OPEN CALL UNPUBLISHED PHOTO 2022 Entries are now open for the 2022 edition of the international UNPUBLISHED PHOTO contest. Young photographers born between 1986 and 2004 have the chance until 10th April to submit their portfolios. The contest is promoted by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC Lugano, in collaboration with the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery in Milan and the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti in Venice. Unpublished Photo is a contest aimed at young contemporary photographers between the ages of 18 and 36. Its aim is to promote and enhance the photographic art form through an initiative that seeks to support creativity without limits, for this reason the contest does not impose any particular theme and welcomes works made using any technique. Initiated in 2018 and now in its fourth edition, the contest attracts a growing number of young artists from all over the world every year. The initiative was launched initially by the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS Gallery and was then embraced in 2020 by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC in Lugano, with the aim of strengthening cross-border collaboration and supporting the promotion of young artists' work. A jury composed of major personalities from the world of culture and photography will select four finalists from the international photographic scene. Thanks to the partnership of the De Pietri Artphilein Foundation, the UP22 contest is able to award a cash prize of 2,000 swiss francs to the first prizewinner, 1,500 swiss francs to the second prizewinner and 1,000 swiss francs each to the third and fourth finalists. A selection of UP22's works will be published in an elegant photographic booklet that will further enrich the project. In addition, Artphilein Editions, will also produce and publish an entirely dedicated, fine limited edition catalogue of the one of the young finalists and the overall project. As in 2020 and 2021, this year MUSEC will present the works of the finalists to the public in a temporary exhibition from 20th October 2022 to 12th February 2023 at its Villa Malpensata venue in Lugano. The exhibition is an opportunity to attract collectors and photography enthusiasts and to allow the public to discover new trends and expressive languages of the contemporary scene. At the end of the exhibition in Lugano, the works exhibited will become part of the MUSEC collections, thus enriching a photographic heritage that now counts over 40,000 works from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. How to participate All photographers born between 1986 and 2004 can participate. Applicants can submit their portfolios, consisting of 10 images, a project description and a short biography, until the 10 th April 2022. An online application form is available at the following link: https://www.fcmusei.ch/contest/

MUSEC - UP22
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Portrait People Stills Art Animals Retouch Post Production

OPEN CALL UNPUBLISHED PHOTO 2022 Entries are now open for the 2022 edition of the international UNPUBLISHED PHOTO contest. Young photographers born between 1986 and 2004 have the chance until 10th April to submit their portfolios. The contest is promoted by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC Lugano, in collaboration with the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery in Milan and the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti in Venice. Unpublished Photo is a contest aimed at young contemporary photographers between the ages of 18 and 36. Its aim is to promote and enhance the photographic art form through an initiative that seeks to support creativity without limits, for this reason the contest does not impose any particular theme and welcomes works made using any technique. Initiated in 2018 and now in its fourth edition, the contest attracts a growing number of young artists from all over the world every year. The initiative was launched initially by the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS Gallery and was then embraced in 2020 by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC in Lugano, with the aim of strengthening cross-border collaboration and supporting the promotion of young artists' work. A jury composed of major personalities from the world of culture and photography will select four finalists from the international photographic scene. Thanks to the partnership of the De Pietri Artphilein Foundation, the UP22 contest is able to award a cash prize of 2,000 swiss francs to the first prizewinner, 1,500 swiss francs to the second prizewinner and 1,000 swiss francs each to the third and fourth finalists. A selection of UP22's works will be published in an elegant photographic booklet that will further enrich the project. In addition, Artphilein Editions, will also produce and publish an entirely dedicated, fine limited edition catalogue of the one of the young finalists and the overall project. As in 2020 and 2021, this year MUSEC will present the works of the finalists to the public in a temporary exhibition from 20th October 2022 to 12th February 2023 at its Villa Malpensata venue in Lugano. The exhibition is an opportunity to attract collectors and photography enthusiasts and to allow the public to discover new trends and expressive languages of the contemporary scene. At the end of the exhibition in Lugano, the works exhibited will become part of the MUSEC collections, thus enriching a photographic heritage that now counts over 40,000 works from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. How to participate All photographers born between 1986 and 2004 can participate. Applicants can submit their portfolios, consisting of 10 images, a project description and a short biography, until the 10 th April 2022. An online application form is available at the following link: https://www.fcmusei.ch/contest/

MUSEC - UP22
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Portrait People Stills Art Animals Retouch Post Production

OPEN CALL UNPUBLISHED PHOTO 2022 Entries are now open for the 2022 edition of the international UNPUBLISHED PHOTO contest. Young photographers born between 1986 and 2004 have the chance until 10th April to submit their portfolios. The contest is promoted by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC Lugano, in collaboration with the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery in Milan and the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti in Venice. Unpublished Photo is a contest aimed at young contemporary photographers between the ages of 18 and 36. Its aim is to promote and enhance the photographic art form through an initiative that seeks to support creativity without limits, for this reason the contest does not impose any particular theme and welcomes works made using any technique. Initiated in 2018 and now in its fourth edition, the contest attracts a growing number of young artists from all over the world every year. The initiative was launched initially by the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS Gallery and was then embraced in 2020 by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC in Lugano, with the aim of strengthening cross-border collaboration and supporting the promotion of young artists' work. A jury composed of major personalities from the world of culture and photography will select four finalists from the international photographic scene. Thanks to the partnership of the De Pietri Artphilein Foundation, the UP22 contest is able to award a cash prize of 2,000 swiss francs to the first prizewinner, 1,500 swiss francs to the second prizewinner and 1,000 swiss francs each to the third and fourth finalists. A selection of UP22's works will be published in an elegant photographic booklet that will further enrich the project. In addition, Artphilein Editions, will also produce and publish an entirely dedicated, fine limited edition catalogue of the one of the young finalists and the overall project. As in 2020 and 2021, this year MUSEC will present the works of the finalists to the public in a temporary exhibition from 20th October 2022 to 12th February 2023 at its Villa Malpensata venue in Lugano. The exhibition is an opportunity to attract collectors and photography enthusiasts and to allow the public to discover new trends and expressive languages of the contemporary scene. At the end of the exhibition in Lugano, the works exhibited will become part of the MUSEC collections, thus enriching a photographic heritage that now counts over 40,000 works from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. How to participate All photographers born between 1986 and 2004 can participate. Applicants can submit their portfolios, consisting of 10 images, a project description and a short biography, until the 10 th April 2022. An online application form is available at the following link: https://www.fcmusei.ch/contest/

MUSEC - UP22
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Portrait People Stills Art Animals Retouch Post Production

OPEN CALL UNPUBLISHED PHOTO 2022 Entries are now open for the 2022 edition of the international UNPUBLISHED PHOTO contest. Young photographers born between 1986 and 2004 have the chance until 10th April to submit their portfolios. The contest is promoted by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC Lugano, in collaboration with the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery in Milan and the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti in Venice. Unpublished Photo is a contest aimed at young contemporary photographers between the ages of 18 and 36. Its aim is to promote and enhance the photographic art form through an initiative that seeks to support creativity without limits, for this reason the contest does not impose any particular theme and welcomes works made using any technique. Initiated in 2018 and now in its fourth edition, the contest attracts a growing number of young artists from all over the world every year. The initiative was launched initially by the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS Gallery and was then embraced in 2020 by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC in Lugano, with the aim of strengthening cross-border collaboration and supporting the promotion of young artists' work. A jury composed of major personalities from the world of culture and photography will select four finalists from the international photographic scene. Thanks to the partnership of the De Pietri Artphilein Foundation, the UP22 contest is able to award a cash prize of 2,000 swiss francs to the first prizewinner, 1,500 swiss francs to the second prizewinner and 1,000 swiss francs each to the third and fourth finalists. A selection of UP22's works will be published in an elegant photographic booklet that will further enrich the project. In addition, Artphilein Editions, will also produce and publish an entirely dedicated, fine limited edition catalogue of the one of the young finalists and the overall project. As in 2020 and 2021, this year MUSEC will present the works of the finalists to the public in a temporary exhibition from 20th October 2022 to 12th February 2023 at its Villa Malpensata venue in Lugano. The exhibition is an opportunity to attract collectors and photography enthusiasts and to allow the public to discover new trends and expressive languages of the contemporary scene. At the end of the exhibition in Lugano, the works exhibited will become part of the MUSEC collections, thus enriching a photographic heritage that now counts over 40,000 works from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. How to participate All photographers born between 1986 and 2004 can participate. Applicants can submit their portfolios, consisting of 10 images, a project description and a short biography, until the 10 th April 2022. An online application form is available at the following link: https://www.fcmusei.ch/contest/

MUSEC - UP22
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Portrait People Stills Art Animals Retouch Post Production

OPEN CALL UNPUBLISHED PHOTO 2022 Entries are now open for the 2022 edition of the international UNPUBLISHED PHOTO contest. Young photographers born between 1986 and 2004 have the chance until 10th April to submit their portfolios. The contest is promoted by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC Lugano, in collaboration with the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery in Milan and the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti in Venice. Unpublished Photo is a contest aimed at young contemporary photographers between the ages of 18 and 36. Its aim is to promote and enhance the photographic art form through an initiative that seeks to support creativity without limits, for this reason the contest does not impose any particular theme and welcomes works made using any technique. Initiated in 2018 and now in its fourth edition, the contest attracts a growing number of young artists from all over the world every year. The initiative was launched initially by the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS Gallery and was then embraced in 2020 by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC in Lugano, with the aim of strengthening cross-border collaboration and supporting the promotion of young artists' work. A jury composed of major personalities from the world of culture and photography will select four finalists from the international photographic scene. Thanks to the partnership of the De Pietri Artphilein Foundation, the UP22 contest is able to award a cash prize of 2,000 swiss francs to the first prizewinner, 1,500 swiss francs to the second prizewinner and 1,000 swiss francs each to the third and fourth finalists. A selection of UP22's works will be published in an elegant photographic booklet that will further enrich the project. In addition, Artphilein Editions, will also produce and publish an entirely dedicated, fine limited edition catalogue of the one of the young finalists and the overall project. As in 2020 and 2021, this year MUSEC will present the works of the finalists to the public in a temporary exhibition from 20th October 2022 to 12th February 2023 at its Villa Malpensata venue in Lugano. The exhibition is an opportunity to attract collectors and photography enthusiasts and to allow the public to discover new trends and expressive languages of the contemporary scene. At the end of the exhibition in Lugano, the works exhibited will become part of the MUSEC collections, thus enriching a photographic heritage that now counts over 40,000 works from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. How to participate All photographers born between 1986 and 2004 can participate. Applicants can submit their portfolios, consisting of 10 images, a project description and a short biography, until the 10 th April 2022. An online application form is available at the following link: https://www.fcmusei.ch/contest/

MUSEC - UP22
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OPEN CALL UNPUBLISHED PHOTO 2022 Entries are now open for the 2022 edition of the international UNPUBLISHED PHOTO contest. Young photographers born between 1986 and 2004 have the chance until 10th April to submit their portfolios. The contest is promoted by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC Lugano, in collaboration with the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery in Milan and the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti in Venice. Unpublished Photo is a contest aimed at young contemporary photographers between the ages of 18 and 36. Its aim is to promote and enhance the photographic art form through an initiative that seeks to support creativity without limits, for this reason the contest does not impose any particular theme and welcomes works made using any technique. Initiated in 2018 and now in its fourth edition, the contest attracts a growing number of young artists from all over the world every year. The initiative was launched initially by the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS Gallery and was then embraced in 2020 by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC in Lugano, with the aim of strengthening cross-border collaboration and supporting the promotion of young artists' work. A jury composed of major personalities from the world of culture and photography will select four finalists from the international photographic scene. Thanks to the partnership of the De Pietri Artphilein Foundation, the UP22 contest is able to award a cash prize of 2,000 swiss francs to the first prizewinner, 1,500 swiss francs to the second prizewinner and 1,000 swiss francs each to the third and fourth finalists. A selection of UP22's works will be published in an elegant photographic booklet that will further enrich the project. In addition, Artphilein Editions, will also produce and publish an entirely dedicated, fine limited edition catalogue of the one of the young finalists and the overall project. As in 2020 and 2021, this year MUSEC will present the works of the finalists to the public in a temporary exhibition from 20th October 2022 to 12th February 2023 at its Villa Malpensata venue in Lugano. The exhibition is an opportunity to attract collectors and photography enthusiasts and to allow the public to discover new trends and expressive languages of the contemporary scene. At the end of the exhibition in Lugano, the works exhibited will become part of the MUSEC collections, thus enriching a photographic heritage that now counts over 40,000 works from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. How to participate All photographers born between 1986 and 2004 can participate. Applicants can submit their portfolios, consisting of 10 images, a project description and a short biography, until the 10 th April 2022. An online application form is available at the following link: https://www.fcmusei.ch/contest/

MUSEC - UP22
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Portrait People Stills Art Animals Retouch Post Production

OPEN CALL UNPUBLISHED PHOTO 2022 Entries are now open for the 2022 edition of the international UNPUBLISHED PHOTO contest. Young photographers born between 1986 and 2004 have the chance until 10th April to submit their portfolios. The contest is promoted by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC Lugano, in collaboration with the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery in Milan and the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti in Venice. Unpublished Photo is a contest aimed at young contemporary photographers between the ages of 18 and 36. Its aim is to promote and enhance the photographic art form through an initiative that seeks to support creativity without limits, for this reason the contest does not impose any particular theme and welcomes works made using any technique. Initiated in 2018 and now in its fourth edition, the contest attracts a growing number of young artists from all over the world every year. The initiative was launched initially by the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS Gallery and was then embraced in 2020 by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC in Lugano, with the aim of strengthening cross-border collaboration and supporting the promotion of young artists' work. A jury composed of major personalities from the world of culture and photography will select four finalists from the international photographic scene. Thanks to the partnership of the De Pietri Artphilein Foundation, the UP22 contest is able to award a cash prize of 2,000 swiss francs to the first prizewinner, 1,500 swiss francs to the second prizewinner and 1,000 swiss francs each to the third and fourth finalists. A selection of UP22's works will be published in an elegant photographic booklet that will further enrich the project. In addition, Artphilein Editions, will also produce and publish an entirely dedicated, fine limited edition catalogue of the one of the young finalists and the overall project. As in 2020 and 2021, this year MUSEC will present the works of the finalists to the public in a temporary exhibition from 20th October 2022 to 12th February 2023 at its Villa Malpensata venue in Lugano. The exhibition is an opportunity to attract collectors and photography enthusiasts and to allow the public to discover new trends and expressive languages of the contemporary scene. At the end of the exhibition in Lugano, the works exhibited will become part of the MUSEC collections, thus enriching a photographic heritage that now counts over 40,000 works from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. How to participate All photographers born between 1986 and 2004 can participate. Applicants can submit their portfolios, consisting of 10 images, a project description and a short biography, until the 10 th April 2022. An online application form is available at the following link: https://www.fcmusei.ch/contest/

MUSEC - UP22
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Portrait People Stills Art Animals Retouch Post Production

OPEN CALL UNPUBLISHED PHOTO 2022 Entries are now open for the 2022 edition of the international UNPUBLISHED PHOTO contest. Young photographers born between 1986 and 2004 have the chance until 10th April to submit their portfolios. The contest is promoted by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC Lugano, in collaboration with the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery in Milan and the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti in Venice. Unpublished Photo is a contest aimed at young contemporary photographers between the ages of 18 and 36. Its aim is to promote and enhance the photographic art form through an initiative that seeks to support creativity without limits, for this reason the contest does not impose any particular theme and welcomes works made using any technique. Initiated in 2018 and now in its fourth edition, the contest attracts a growing number of young artists from all over the world every year. The initiative was launched initially by the 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS Gallery and was then embraced in 2020 by the Fondazione culture e musei and MUSEC in Lugano, with the aim of strengthening cross-border collaboration and supporting the promotion of young artists' work. A jury composed of major personalities from the world of culture and photography will select four finalists from the international photographic scene. Thanks to the partnership of the De Pietri Artphilein Foundation, the UP22 contest is able to award a cash prize of 2,000 swiss francs to the first prizewinner, 1,500 swiss francs to the second prizewinner and 1,000 swiss francs each to the third and fourth finalists. A selection of UP22's works will be published in an elegant photographic booklet that will further enrich the project. In addition, Artphilein Editions, will also produce and publish an entirely dedicated, fine limited edition catalogue of the one of the young finalists and the overall project. As in 2020 and 2021, this year MUSEC will present the works of the finalists to the public in a temporary exhibition from 20th October 2022 to 12th February 2023 at its Villa Malpensata venue in Lugano. The exhibition is an opportunity to attract collectors and photography enthusiasts and to allow the public to discover new trends and expressive languages of the contemporary scene. At the end of the exhibition in Lugano, the works exhibited will become part of the MUSEC collections, thus enriching a photographic heritage that now counts over 40,000 works from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. How to participate All photographers born between 1986 and 2004 can participate. Applicants can submit their portfolios, consisting of 10 images, a project description and a short biography, until the 10 th April 2022. An online application form is available at the following link: https://www.fcmusei.ch/contest/

Andrea Ucini - Illustrated Moments At The Annroy Gallery London 25 Feb - 8th April 2022
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ANDREA UCINI ILLUSTRATED MOMENTS Join us as we celebrate the work of conceptual illustrator, and Rankin project collaborator, Andrea Ucini - in his first show at the iconic North London Rankin Studio. Born in Italy, and currently living and working in Denmark, Ucini’s work takes a cross cultural look at intimacy, emotion and expression. With a signature sense of humour and a nod to the surreal - alongside a grounded take on expression, gesture and human nature. His works plays on concept and reality to create an often touching picture of the contemporary experience. Ucini’s illustrations are internationally renowned, having worked with brands, charities, and top publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, Die Zeit, and New Scientist. First collaborating with the RANKIN agency on 2021’s How to Die Well: A Practical Guide to Death, Dying and Loss (Rankin Publishing). Photographer Rankin became immediately drawn to the softness and yet emotive strength in Ucini’s work - offering him this exhibition to expand his reach beyond the pages of the publication to the wider London art scene. Rankin Says: “I’m known for photography, but I love all kinds of art. When something speaks to you, you want to share it and Ucini’s work speaks to me. I’m proud to be able to give him a space and introduce those who follow me to his incredible work.” Andrea Ucini: Illustrated Moments is taking place in the newly revamped Annroy Gallery space at the RANKIN studio. Designed for sharing new work with agency clients and the wider general public, this show highlights the RANKIN commitment to the wider artistic community. Giving over their gallery walls and iconic film-strip inspired windows to a collaborator, this exhibition launches the series RANKIN PRESENTS proving the RANKIN dedication to leading popular visual culture through its output and in its own studio space. With over 30 works on display, pieces will include artworks from How to Die Well and Ucini’s illustration archive. Location Annroy Gallery, 110 - 114 Grafton Road, Kentish Town, NW5 4BA Exhibition Dates February 25th 2022 - April 8th 2022 Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm

Andrea Ucini - Illustrated Moments At The Annroy Gallery London 25 Feb - 8th April 2022
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ANDREA UCINI ILLUSTRATED MOMENTS Join us as we celebrate the work of conceptual illustrator, and Rankin project collaborator, Andrea Ucini - in his first show at the iconic North London Rankin Studio. Born in Italy, and currently living and working in Denmark, Ucini’s work takes a cross cultural look at intimacy, emotion and expression. With a signature sense of humour and a nod to the surreal - alongside a grounded take on expression, gesture and human nature. His works plays on concept and reality to create an often touching picture of the contemporary experience. Ucini’s illustrations are internationally renowned, having worked with brands, charities, and top publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, Die Zeit, and New Scientist. First collaborating with the RANKIN agency on 2021’s How to Die Well: A Practical Guide to Death, Dying and Loss (Rankin Publishing). Photographer Rankin became immediately drawn to the softness and yet emotive strength in Ucini’s work - offering him this exhibition to expand his reach beyond the pages of the publication to the wider London art scene. Rankin Says: “I’m known for photography, but I love all kinds of art. When something speaks to you, you want to share it and Ucini’s work speaks to me. I’m proud to be able to give him a space and introduce those who follow me to his incredible work.” Andrea Ucini: Illustrated Moments is taking place in the newly revamped Annroy Gallery space at the RANKIN studio. Designed for sharing new work with agency clients and the wider general public, this show highlights the RANKIN commitment to the wider artistic community. Giving over their gallery walls and iconic film-strip inspired windows to a collaborator, this exhibition launches the series RANKIN PRESENTS proving the RANKIN dedication to leading popular visual culture through its output and in its own studio space. With over 30 works on display, pieces will include artworks from How to Die Well and Ucini’s illustration archive. Location Annroy Gallery, 110 - 114 Grafton Road, Kentish Town, NW5 4BA Exhibition Dates February 25th 2022 - April 8th 2022 Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm

Andrea Ucini - Illustrated Moments At The Annroy Gallery London 25 Feb - 8th April 2022
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ANDREA UCINI ILLUSTRATED MOMENTS Join us as we celebrate the work of conceptual illustrator, and Rankin project collaborator, Andrea Ucini - in his first show at the iconic North London Rankin Studio. Born in Italy, and currently living and working in Denmark, Ucini’s work takes a cross cultural look at intimacy, emotion and expression. With a signature sense of humour and a nod to the surreal - alongside a grounded take on expression, gesture and human nature. His works plays on concept and reality to create an often touching picture of the contemporary experience. Ucini’s illustrations are internationally renowned, having worked with brands, charities, and top publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, Die Zeit, and New Scientist. First collaborating with the RANKIN agency on 2021’s How to Die Well: A Practical Guide to Death, Dying and Loss (Rankin Publishing). Photographer Rankin became immediately drawn to the softness and yet emotive strength in Ucini’s work - offering him this exhibition to expand his reach beyond the pages of the publication to the wider London art scene. Rankin Says: “I’m known for photography, but I love all kinds of art. When something speaks to you, you want to share it and Ucini’s work speaks to me. I’m proud to be able to give him a space and introduce those who follow me to his incredible work.” Andrea Ucini: Illustrated Moments is taking place in the newly revamped Annroy Gallery space at the RANKIN studio. Designed for sharing new work with agency clients and the wider general public, this show highlights the RANKIN commitment to the wider artistic community. Giving over their gallery walls and iconic film-strip inspired windows to a collaborator, this exhibition launches the series RANKIN PRESENTS proving the RANKIN dedication to leading popular visual culture through its output and in its own studio space. With over 30 works on display, pieces will include artworks from How to Die Well and Ucini’s illustration archive. Location Annroy Gallery, 110 - 114 Grafton Road, Kentish Town, NW5 4BA Exhibition Dates February 25th 2022 - April 8th 2022 Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm

Andrea Ucini - Illustrated Moments At The Annroy Gallery London 25 Feb - 8th April 2022
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ANDREA UCINI ILLUSTRATED MOMENTS Join us as we celebrate the work of conceptual illustrator, and Rankin project collaborator, Andrea Ucini - in his first show at the iconic North London Rankin Studio. Born in Italy, and currently living and working in Denmark, Ucini’s work takes a cross cultural look at intimacy, emotion and expression. With a signature sense of humour and a nod to the surreal - alongside a grounded take on expression, gesture and human nature. His works plays on concept and reality to create an often touching picture of the contemporary experience. Ucini’s illustrations are internationally renowned, having worked with brands, charities, and top publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, Die Zeit, and New Scientist. First collaborating with the RANKIN agency on 2021’s How to Die Well: A Practical Guide to Death, Dying and Loss (Rankin Publishing). Photographer Rankin became immediately drawn to the softness and yet emotive strength in Ucini’s work - offering him this exhibition to expand his reach beyond the pages of the publication to the wider London art scene. Rankin Says: “I’m known for photography, but I love all kinds of art. When something speaks to you, you want to share it and Ucini’s work speaks to me. I’m proud to be able to give him a space and introduce those who follow me to his incredible work.” Andrea Ucini: Illustrated Moments is taking place in the newly revamped Annroy Gallery space at the RANKIN studio. Designed for sharing new work with agency clients and the wider general public, this show highlights the RANKIN commitment to the wider artistic community. Giving over their gallery walls and iconic film-strip inspired windows to a collaborator, this exhibition launches the series RANKIN PRESENTS proving the RANKIN dedication to leading popular visual culture through its output and in its own studio space. With over 30 works on display, pieces will include artworks from How to Die Well and Ucini’s illustration archive. Location Annroy Gallery, 110 - 114 Grafton Road, Kentish Town, NW5 4BA Exhibition Dates February 25th 2022 - April 8th 2022 Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm

Andrea Ucini - Illustrated Moments At The Annroy Gallery London 25 Feb - 8th April 2022
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ANDREA UCINI ILLUSTRATED MOMENTS Join us as we celebrate the work of conceptual illustrator, and Rankin project collaborator, Andrea Ucini - in his first show at the iconic North London Rankin Studio. Born in Italy, and currently living and working in Denmark, Ucini’s work takes a cross cultural look at intimacy, emotion and expression. With a signature sense of humour and a nod to the surreal - alongside a grounded take on expression, gesture and human nature. His works plays on concept and reality to create an often touching picture of the contemporary experience. Ucini’s illustrations are internationally renowned, having worked with brands, charities, and top publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, Die Zeit, and New Scientist. First collaborating with the RANKIN agency on 2021’s How to Die Well: A Practical Guide to Death, Dying and Loss (Rankin Publishing). Photographer Rankin became immediately drawn to the softness and yet emotive strength in Ucini’s work - offering him this exhibition to expand his reach beyond the pages of the publication to the wider London art scene. Rankin Says: “I’m known for photography, but I love all kinds of art. When something speaks to you, you want to share it and Ucini’s work speaks to me. I’m proud to be able to give him a space and introduce those who follow me to his incredible work.” Andrea Ucini: Illustrated Moments is taking place in the newly revamped Annroy Gallery space at the RANKIN studio. Designed for sharing new work with agency clients and the wider general public, this show highlights the RANKIN commitment to the wider artistic community. Giving over their gallery walls and iconic film-strip inspired windows to a collaborator, this exhibition launches the series RANKIN PRESENTS proving the RANKIN dedication to leading popular visual culture through its output and in its own studio space. With over 30 works on display, pieces will include artworks from How to Die Well and Ucini’s illustration archive. Location Annroy Gallery, 110 - 114 Grafton Road, Kentish Town, NW5 4BA Exhibition Dates February 25th 2022 - April 8th 2022 Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm

Andrea Ucini - Illustrated Moments At The Annroy Gallery London 25 Feb - 8th April 2022
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ANDREA UCINI ILLUSTRATED MOMENTS Join us as we celebrate the work of conceptual illustrator, and Rankin project collaborator, Andrea Ucini - in his first show at the iconic North London Rankin Studio. Born in Italy, and currently living and working in Denmark, Ucini’s work takes a cross cultural look at intimacy, emotion and expression. With a signature sense of humour and a nod to the surreal - alongside a grounded take on expression, gesture and human nature. His works plays on concept and reality to create an often touching picture of the contemporary experience. Ucini’s illustrations are internationally renowned, having worked with brands, charities, and top publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, Die Zeit, and New Scientist. First collaborating with the RANKIN agency on 2021’s How to Die Well: A Practical Guide to Death, Dying and Loss (Rankin Publishing). Photographer Rankin became immediately drawn to the softness and yet emotive strength in Ucini’s work - offering him this exhibition to expand his reach beyond the pages of the publication to the wider London art scene. Rankin Says: “I’m known for photography, but I love all kinds of art. When something speaks to you, you want to share it and Ucini’s work speaks to me. I’m proud to be able to give him a space and introduce those who follow me to his incredible work.” Andrea Ucini: Illustrated Moments is taking place in the newly revamped Annroy Gallery space at the RANKIN studio. Designed for sharing new work with agency clients and the wider general public, this show highlights the RANKIN commitment to the wider artistic community. Giving over their gallery walls and iconic film-strip inspired windows to a collaborator, this exhibition launches the series RANKIN PRESENTS proving the RANKIN dedication to leading popular visual culture through its output and in its own studio space. With over 30 works on display, pieces will include artworks from How to Die Well and Ucini’s illustration archive. Location Annroy Gallery, 110 - 114 Grafton Road, Kentish Town, NW5 4BA Exhibition Dates February 25th 2022 - April 8th 2022 Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm

Andrea Ucini - Illustrated Moments At The Annroy Gallery London 25 Feb - 8th April 2022
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ANDREA UCINI ILLUSTRATED MOMENTS Join us as we celebrate the work of conceptual illustrator, and Rankin project collaborator, Andrea Ucini - in his first show at the iconic North London Rankin Studio. Born in Italy, and currently living and working in Denmark, Ucini’s work takes a cross cultural look at intimacy, emotion and expression. With a signature sense of humour and a nod to the surreal - alongside a grounded take on expression, gesture and human nature. His works plays on concept and reality to create an often touching picture of the contemporary experience. Ucini’s illustrations are internationally renowned, having worked with brands, charities, and top publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, Die Zeit, and New Scientist. First collaborating with the RANKIN agency on 2021’s How to Die Well: A Practical Guide to Death, Dying and Loss (Rankin Publishing). Photographer Rankin became immediately drawn to the softness and yet emotive strength in Ucini’s work - offering him this exhibition to expand his reach beyond the pages of the publication to the wider London art scene. Rankin Says: “I’m known for photography, but I love all kinds of art. When something speaks to you, you want to share it and Ucini’s work speaks to me. I’m proud to be able to give him a space and introduce those who follow me to his incredible work.” Andrea Ucini: Illustrated Moments is taking place in the newly revamped Annroy Gallery space at the RANKIN studio. Designed for sharing new work with agency clients and the wider general public, this show highlights the RANKIN commitment to the wider artistic community. Giving over their gallery walls and iconic film-strip inspired windows to a collaborator, this exhibition launches the series RANKIN PRESENTS proving the RANKIN dedication to leading popular visual culture through its output and in its own studio space. With over 30 works on display, pieces will include artworks from How to Die Well and Ucini’s illustration archive. Location Annroy Gallery, 110 - 114 Grafton Road, Kentish Town, NW5 4BA Exhibition Dates February 25th 2022 - April 8th 2022 Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm

Andrea Ucini - Illustrated Moments At The Annroy Gallery London 25 Feb - 8th April 2022
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ANDREA UCINI ILLUSTRATED MOMENTS Join us as we celebrate the work of conceptual illustrator, and Rankin project collaborator, Andrea Ucini - in his first show at the iconic North London Rankin Studio. Born in Italy, and currently living and working in Denmark, Ucini’s work takes a cross cultural look at intimacy, emotion and expression. With a signature sense of humour and a nod to the surreal - alongside a grounded take on expression, gesture and human nature. His works plays on concept and reality to create an often touching picture of the contemporary experience. Ucini’s illustrations are internationally renowned, having worked with brands, charities, and top publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, Die Zeit, and New Scientist. First collaborating with the RANKIN agency on 2021’s How to Die Well: A Practical Guide to Death, Dying and Loss (Rankin Publishing). Photographer Rankin became immediately drawn to the softness and yet emotive strength in Ucini’s work - offering him this exhibition to expand his reach beyond the pages of the publication to the wider London art scene. Rankin Says: “I’m known for photography, but I love all kinds of art. When something speaks to you, you want to share it and Ucini’s work speaks to me. I’m proud to be able to give him a space and introduce those who follow me to his incredible work.” Andrea Ucini: Illustrated Moments is taking place in the newly revamped Annroy Gallery space at the RANKIN studio. Designed for sharing new work with agency clients and the wider general public, this show highlights the RANKIN commitment to the wider artistic community. Giving over their gallery walls and iconic film-strip inspired windows to a collaborator, this exhibition launches the series RANKIN PRESENTS proving the RANKIN dedication to leading popular visual culture through its output and in its own studio space. With over 30 works on display, pieces will include artworks from How to Die Well and Ucini’s illustration archive. Location Annroy Gallery, 110 - 114 Grafton Road, Kentish Town, NW5 4BA Exhibition Dates February 25th 2022 - April 8th 2022 Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm

Nutritionists Tuuli Shipster and Sophie Ricard Launch TUULI TEA - A Tea Range That Targets Real-Life Issues
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A new range of teas created by Tuuli Shipster and Sophie Ricard aims to target real-life issues. From turmeric and chilli to passionflower and rosebuds, the duo have worked with and infused various elements and herbs into their blends. All ingredients are ethically sourced. The ten blends are: I Hate the World, Morning After (the night before), The Slump, Get Shit Done, Pass Out, Heartbreak, Fucking Full, Beauty Blues, The Full English and Earl Green. Each tin contains 25 biodegradable pyramid tea bags sealed in a Natureflex bag.