Wednesday, 27 November 2013
Monday, 25 November 2013
Over the last few weeks I have been working on a special commission for Jacuzzi via Goodpilot. On Wednesday this week the Jacuzzi Club will open in the heart of East London at Corbet Place, The Truman Brewery. The two poster works I have created will be displayed around the club, keep an eye out for them.
Posted by Adam Bridgland at 01:06
Monday, 18 November 2013
Over the past three years I have had the pleasure to work closely with the Ghosts of Gone Birds team. I have created specific works for pop up exhibitions in Liverpool, London and Brighton. These works are now featured in a new book published by Bloomsbury about the various projects, alongside other art works by over 180 practitioners. It is a beautiful publication documenting a wonderful cause.
Posted by Adam Bridgland at 13:35
Saturday, 9 November 2013
I am delighted to announce a new exhibition at UCLH Arts exhibition space on Euston Road, London that I have curated. Entitled An Idea of Happiness the show includes work by artists Suzanne Antonelli, Rose Blake, An Gee Chan, Erica Donovan, Flying Machines, Melvin Galapon, Livi Gosling, Lucy Gough, Matthew Green, Adam Hayes, Menna Jenkins, Simona Lia, Maddison Graphic, Janet Milner, Nick Morley, Jess Wilson, Susie Wright. The exhibition follows on from my other curated exhibitions in the space; Black Light, Snap and Allotment. The exhibition opens on the 21st November with a private view on the 28th November, I hope you will be able to make it.
Below is a small glimpse of part of the exhibition on installation day. Pictured are works from Lucy Gough, Erica Donovan, Maddison Graphic, Simone Lia, Janet Milner, alongside my edition Happy, All Smiles.
Posted by Adam Bridgland at 11:16
Friday, 8 November 2013
Last Saturday, the 2nd November, I produced a special Gocco print exclusively as part of a Ghosts of Gone Birds Book Launch and Signing. Taking place at the Aldeburgh Beach Lookout, where I completed a residency in August 2012, the work was printed live throughout the day. Here are some images of the event and me working away on the press. The Ghosts team return next June to take over the Lookout for a two week residency.
Posted by Adam Bridgland at 15:29
Tuesday, 22 October 2013
My etching Fables, published and edition by Peacock Visual Arts, is featured in a new article in the Autumn 2013 issue of Printmaking Today. The text is a focus on Michael Waight and his work as a master print technician in Peacock's studio in Aberdeen. I was very fortunate to work with Michael to create Fables in summer 2011.
Posted by Adam Bridgland at 13:59