Current Exhibition; TURNING TOWARD JUSTICE

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Photo exhibition explores traditional Justice in post-war Sierra Leone

In Sierra Leone, justice is a journey. East London-based photographer Aubrey Wade explores the ways people access justice in a country with a diverse traditional justice system and few lawyers in an exhibition of vibrant colour photographs. Wade has worked in Sierra Leone for over a decade.

Opening night: 11 September 2014, 6.30pm - 9pm.

Exhibition runs 12 September - 29 October 2014

The Printhouse Gallery

18 Ashwin Street, London, E8 3DL

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"Keep your Eye on the Doughnut'

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Bringing together art inspired by the beauty and magic surrounding the life of the bee, 'Keep your Eye on the Doughnut' exhibition is being held to raise money for the future activities of Bootstrap Bees, a Dalson beehive celebrating its first year in June. 

An art auction and opening party will be held on the 10th April at the Printhouse Gallery, with a live illustration on a hexagonal light box by Benjamin Phillips (which will be raffled), a performance by Deep Throat Hackney ladies choir, dj sets by Anika Mottershaw and Midnight Chardonnay and nail painting. The exhibition will remain on show until the 17th April.

This year, Bootstrap bees are looking to expand the number of hives on the site, which could include receiving a new colony, or rehousing their own swarm (the natural mode of hive reproduction); being prepared and equipped for honey extraction later in the year (fingers crossed); and further education programmes for children.

Featured artists include illustrators, Benjamin Phillips, Dan Jamieson, Anika Mottershaw, Josh Vyvyan, Melissa Greenwood & Clara Lacy, animator Lydia C-S, fashion designer, Fred Butler, photographers, Stephanie Sian Smith and Dan Wilton, painters Robert Hope-Johnstone, Rosie Beard, Annie Mackin, Jonet Vyvyan & Romi Tunstall-Behrens and multi-materialed Lindsay Mapes, Jade Monserrat, Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau and Amy Shelton and more...

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Previous Exhibition

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Printhouse Gallery are proud to present London's first bi-annual international illustration exhibition this February. 

This unique show is a key international event for illustration art and features over 30 original works from 6 artists. Named exhibitors include, Victoria Sin, Hvass & Hannibal, Connie Lim, Dan Jamieson, Meredith Owen and Benjamin Phillips.  

DRAWN TOGETHER ILLUSTRATION EXHIBITION TEASER, PRINTHOUSE, DALSTON 2014 from Tilly Stasiuk on Vimeo.

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Previous Exhibition; "if you leave"

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Private View 6pm – 9pm Thursday 23rd January

Dates:  24th January until 14th February, open weekdays 9am – 5pm and Saturdays 12-5pm

Location: Printhouse Gallery, 18 Ashwin Street. London, E8 3DL

Entry: Free

"if you leave" brings together a series of works by young photographers from around the globe. Initiated by curator Laurence von Thomas in 2009, it has become one of the most followed and referenced online photography galleries, showcasing the work of more than 500 contemporary photographers to a following of more than 400k on tumblr. The printed volumes enjoy an equally strong following, with copies being sold in bookstores in London, New York, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo and more.

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Previous Exhibition; Toshio Saeki

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Toshio Saeki

NO way in association with Ghostown and Printhouse Gallery present 


TOSHIO SAEKI

The Print House Gallery
18 Ashwin Street,
London E8 3DL

March 28th - May 2nd 2013

View Thursday, March 28th 2013  6pm-9pm

Exhibition open daily 9am-5pm

Toshio Saeki show mentioned in the Huffington Post Best Art Shows 2013 !

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Press Coverage

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Printhouse Gallery

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The Print House Gallery
Printhouse Gallery is an intimate and exciting commercial space in the heart of Dalston. Our primary focus is to showcase a mixture of emerging and established contemporary artists across a variety of artistic mediums. The ongoing aim for the gallery is to show work from a selection of artists we really believe in and want to share with you.

The Print House Gallery differs slightly from other galleries. Whilst we are a commercial gallery space at heart, we also exist to help the growth of social and creative enterprises. It is incredibly important to all of us involved that we find the time between major shows to support charity based organisations and education programmes.

We're always on the look out for new artists so please get in touch.  

For any information regarding Print House Gallery you can email Ruth Hanahoe our gallery curator.


Printhouse Gallery does the V&A!

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Previous Exhibition; "Wolf"

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Arran Gregory


Print House Gallery were proud to present "Wolf" - the third solo show by UK based illustrator & sculptor Arran Gregory

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Previous Exhibition

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New Abstract

A group show curated around an emerging abstract movement in Print, Painting, Ceramics, furniture and sculpture.

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Previous Exhibition : Oyster Flesh

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'Oyster Flesh' is a reference to the honesty of our skin, its tendency to swell up and distort, especially our faces. We can dress ourselves up and comb our hair into fancy shapes but underneath a little infection or bump to the cheek makes us balloon and swell.

Originally from Ireland Rob Whoriskey lives and works in London. He has previously worked with Christopher Shannon, Fred Perry, i-D online, Jameson and Oki-ni as an illustrator. This is his first solo show.

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CLUB RULES

Everyone must comply with the Bootstrap membership rules, we will not tolerate any of the following: drunk, disorderly, irresponsible or dangerous behaviour. No vandalising or damaging of the property. There is a zero tolerance policy on drugs and any disrespectful behaviour to any member of staff. Anyone who does not comply with these rules will be asked to leave and will have their membership revoked. Alcohol is only to be served to people over 18 years old.

GIFT AID

I confirm I have paid or will pay an amount of Income tax and/or Capital gains tax for each tax year (6 april to 5 april) that is at least equal to the amount of tax that all the charities or Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASCs) that I donate to will reclaim on my gifts for that tax year. I understand that other taxes such as VAT and Council Tax do not qualify. I understand that the charity will reclaim 28p of tax on every £1 that I gave up to 5 April 2008 and will reclaim 25p of tax on every £1 that i give on or after 6 April 2008.