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Art Below at The Other Art Fair
Posted on: Mon, 19 Sep 2016
Art Below are proud to be representing London based artist Robert Lee Davis at The Other Art Fair at East London's Truman Brewery, 6 - 9th October.  Robert works primarily with paint and collage and his work will also be on display as a 3 meter wide billboard poster at Regent's Park underground station for throughout October. 
Art Below Regent's Park 2016
Posted on: Thu, 11 Aug 2016
We are now accepting submissions for our most important show of the year 'Art Below Regent's Park', where we 'Turn Ad Space into Art Space' at Regent's Park tube station throughout October to coincide with Frieze.

As an Art Below exhibitor your artwork will be printed and showcased as a billboard poster for 4 weeks on the Bakerloo line platform at Regent's Park underground station.
This impressive showcase of underground art will culminate in a group show exhibition in the ground floor space of the Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, where if selected you will be one of 30 artists exhibiting your work.  The exhibition will open with a private view drinks reception on the 27th October (6-9pm) and will be open daily to the public until the 30th October. 
Some of our favourite artists from the last ten years have already confirmed they are taking part including Simon KirkJennifer MorrisonRobert Lee DavisHannah BiscombeLisa CirenzaMartin DrexlerMark Smith (Franklin Collective) Laura Jordan and Umut Yalim.
If you wish to grasp this unique opportunity to exhibit in 'Art Below Regent's Park' please register here to receive further details.

 Application Deadline: 26th August. 
To view 'Art Below Regents Park 2015, 2014, 2013' and 2012' click here 

Queen Themed
Posted on: Wed, 1 Jun 2016
In celebration of the Queen's Official 90th Birthday Art Below presents 'Queen Themed', an exhibition of contemporary portraits and depictions of the Queen by major artists including Gavin Turk, Mr. Brainwash, Goldie, M.B.E., and Nasser Azam. The exhibition of original artworks will open at The Tabernacle in Notting Hill, London, on 13 June.  Selected works will also be displayed across posters sites at major tube stations across the London Underground from the 20th June.

This exhibition includes new and unseen work, including a series of paintings by street artist Mr. Brainwash, made famous through the Banksy film, Exit Through the Gift Shop in 2010. Mr. Brainwash has made three paintings of the Queen wearing Ray Ban aviator sunglasses with his trademark splattered paint background. 

Other highlights in the exhibition include:  Internationally renowned British artist Gavin Turk is known as one of the YBAs (Young Britishh Artists) that came to fame in the 90s alongside peers such as Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin. His portrait of The Queen is the smallest work in the show is a collaged image of her head using a 2 pence stamp adhered to a 1 pence stamp.

Scarlett Raven, a young emerging artist known for her paintings that commemorate British soldiers and her collaborations with the British Legion, has also created a new work especially for the show. Raven's painting of a poppy field has a unique twist when viewed through a smart phone or tablet ? using a downloadable Blippar app - as a series of iconic photographs of the queen from childhood to her 90th year appear projected onto the painting, accompanied by a soundtrack written and performed by film composer Marc Canham.

James Mylne is Britain's leading ballpoint pen artist.  He has spent over 50 hours drawing his latest portrait of the Queen entitled 'Eyes Wide Shut'. The image features the Queen with a jagged red stripe painted across her face, a look made famous by David Bowie in the 1970s. This new drawing by Mylne is a homage to a work by street artist Banksy, which appeared in Bristol during the Queen's Jubilee year in 2012, and to the recent passing of the music legend David Bowie. 

Ben Moore, curator of the exhibition says 

Throughout history artists have always depicted royalty. To mark this very special anniversary we have gathered together an exciting collection of works depicting Elizabeth II by some of our favorite modern artists.  The Tabernacle, often heralded the 'Taj Mahal of Kensington' is the perfect setting for this very royal exhibition.

The full list of exhibition artists are: Nasser Azam, Francis Akpata, Mr.Brainwash, Richard Colson, Goldie MBE, Luciana Giobellina, Carne Griffiths, Keith Haynes, Trust Icon, James Mylne, Scarlett Raven, Ernesto Romano,  Gavin Turk, James Vaulkhard, Nettie Wakefield.   

Press Information
For all press enquiries please contact Elizabeth Flanagan. 


Private View - Tuesday 14 June, 6.30 - 9.30pm

Visitor Information:
The Tabernacle, 34-35 Powis Square, London W11 2AY. 
Exhibition opening hours: 11am - 6pm (including weekends) 
Exhibition runs to 19th June.
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