It’s that time of the year again! The streets and houses are lit up with fairy lights, “Jingle Bells” rock, and “All I want for Christmas” is to never hear this song again. The Christmas spirit is well and truly in the air, and we are delighted to share it with you in our newly opened gallery at 19 Shepherd Market!
It’s a wonder how fast the time has passed this past year with many exhibitions and art fairs now behind us. 2017 is just around the corner and we can’t wait for the new year to bring new energy and new art into our lives! During the holiday season we will be available to open doors on appointment for your last minute gifts.
“Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love!”
– Hamilton Wright Mabie
The Iconic Grace by Monégasque Lukas Avalon will be a great retro-touch addition to anyone’s art collection. This original artwork is made with spray paint and stencils on vintage Elle magazine collage. Another version of Grace by Avalon is in the collection of the Royal family of Monaco.
Legs by Day-z are ready to dance the New Year’s night away! Central Saint Martin graduate Day-z is taking the art world by storm with her hyperreal original drawings made with pen and pencil. You can browse the full collection of her drawings and prints on Artsy.
We are excited to present the new screenprints I went to Disneyland and all I got was this cigar by Cartrain, a young street artist provocateur, who came to prominence after his feud with Damien Hirst. Most recently he has been featured in the Evening Standard Centrepoint auction with a unique collage of Gilbert and George, who have previously incorporated one of his collages in their own artwork.
Three Quaters is one of the new prints by George Morton-Clark. This incredibly detailed abstract artwork is printed on Hahnemuhle German Etching 310 gsm Matt Fine Art Texture Paper with 3 cm white border.
Do You Hear Yourself When You Speak? is a new neon artwork by Rebecca Mason that is currently on display in the gallery! View its full glory in our Instagram video. The artwork features Rebecca’s signature mini essay about her observations on the contemporary society. The installation is made with neon lightbulbs on matt acrylic, aluminium and print in deep aluminium frame. It is also available as a print in our online shop.
Imitate Modern wants to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
From the tattoo artist behind Amy Winehouse and Boy George’s body art, Henry Hate ventures into the Fine Art world with this Royally incredible young Queen portrait.
|Spray paint and brushes are of equal value to the artists as a Tiffany’s gift bag, and The Dotmaster wittily captures the juxtaposition between the two.
|This signed limited edition Taschen Collector’s book celebrates Naomi’s remarkable career in two volumes, with never before seen photography by many of the greats.
|Superman and Batman share a passionate kiss… Between the capes! This artwork by Rich Simmons has been seen on the streets of New York and London’s Soho’s, celebrating equality and love.
Between the Capes
Exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts this summer, Mouthwatering by Oliver Dunsch is one of the most eye-catching pieces from his Art of Commute series.
Is that a Rolex? Oh, relax! Max Wiedemann pokes fun at the society’s obsession with luxury goods. Relax Rolex is available in several colour ways.
|This incredible cookbook published by Taschen has been designed by Salvador Dali himself, and features recipes from his and his wife Gala’s dinner tables. A must-buy for the foodies!
Dali. Les Diners de Gala.
The first volume of one of the most expansive journeys through Disney’s animation history, some 1,500 images and essays by Disney experts take us to the beating heart of the studio’s “Golden Age of Animation.”
The Walt Disney Film Archives. The Animated Movies 1921-1968.
|Produced in close collaboration with the band, this book charts the Stones’ remarkable history and outrageously cool lifestyle in over 500 pages of photographs and illustrations gathered from the archives.
The Rolling Stones