Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our 2020 exhibition plans are temporarily suspended.

You can still enjoy online a museum show we recently curated:  CHRIS GOLLON: Beyond the Horizon, (12 Oct 2019 – 18 Jan 2020), the major museum retrospective of Chris Gollon‘s music-related works, at the Huddersfield Art Gallery, UK. It included a film installation we made with the Sleaford Mods combined with Gollon’s imagery: FIREWALLThe museum’s permanent collection also has works by Henry Moore, Francis Bacon, Chris Gollon, Walter Sickert, Jacob Epstein). Our thanks to fine art shippers and sponsors Williams & Hill.               

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Following the successful museum retrospective CHRIS GOLLON: Beyond the Horizon at Huddersfield Art Gallery, the museum catalogue is now available from the Shop and the exhibition playlist is here: Spotify. A new film and a TV documentary are also now in the pipeline, and more exhibitions, more on those soon….



To mark the tenth anniversary of the permanent installation of Chris Gollon’s Fourteen Stations of the Cross we have just published a brand new ISBN-numbered fine art catalogue.  It reproduces all 14 paintings, and gives the story of their making and site-specific installation in the grade-one listed Church of St John on Bethnal Green, designed by Sir John Soane, next to the V&A Museum of Childhood in east London. The new catalogue features texts by leading art critics Nicholas Usherwood, Laura Gascoigne, Jackie Wullschlager; art historian Tamsin Pickeral and novelist Sara Maitland. To purchase or learn more, click: Chris Gollon: Stations of the Cross.


Together with Maggi Hambling we were delighted to recently help raise funds for the Art Fund’s appeal to save Derek Jarman’s wonderful ‘Prospect Cottage’ in Dungeness, which you may have seen recently on BBC1’s programme Countryfile.  
Maggi Hambling was a friend of Derek Jarman.  Four years after his untimely death from AIDS, she made ‘Portrait of Derek Jarman’, a large edition of signed silkscreen prints published by IAP Fine Art. From the sale of each signed print, £100 is donated to the Terrence Higgins Trust, helping people with HIV and AIDS. However, this year we also donated £100 from each sale to the Art Fund’s appeal to save Derek Jarman’s Prospect Cottage, in which the print hangs on display. We are delighted the appeal was successful, and the cottage has been saved for the nation. To purchase a Jarman silkscreen simply click: ‘Portrait of Derek Jarman.