The Snake Charmer is now available on my online shop: http://emarama.bigcartel.com/product/the-snake-charmer-screenprint
I am part of this exhibition which will start tomorrow in London at Hoxton Gallery. This project is curated by The Qabinet and is about collaboration and includes artwork produced in the exquisite corpse fashion.
MARVELOSA carries on at Western Bank library / The National Fairground Archive until 8th January 2015 for more information: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/library/exhibition/marvelosa
‘Tell yo mate I’m droppin’ it rough
You know what it is, I’m just Street Tuff‘
A very special collaboration by EMA v Kid Acne for DUBL TRUBL a new exhibition opening TOMORROW at Urban Spree in Berlin.
Acrylic on Canvas 54 x 54 cm
Just this week opened MARVELOSA a new exhibition celebrating the 20th anniversary of The National Fairground Archive. 5 artists including myself were commissioned to work around material available at the archive. MARVELOSA is on view until January 8 2015 at The Western Bank Library at The University Of Sheffield. It’s been an absolute pleasure working on this. More info here: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/library/exhibition/marvelosa
The Snake Charmer – Hand-finished 3 colour screenprint on Somerset paper
Other artists involved in this project: Anthony Bennett, Mark Copeland, Sarah Munro, Paul Evans, Pete McKee, Zoe Beloff.
Since I came back from Japan I have been working on my next project: a series of painting & screenprints commisionned by the National Fairground Archive. The pieces will be part of an exhibition for the NFA’s 20th anniversary at the Western Bank Library early September. It’s been amazing to browse the archive which is a unique collection of material covering all aspects of the culture and history of travelling fairs and entertainment from the 1800’s to the present day.
I’ll be posting more photos of work in progress but here is a first glimpse.