EOA.Projects 'VIP' Exhibition

Group exhibition at EOA.Projects - featuring the work of Peter Blake, Mel Bochner, Chuck Close, Damien Hirst, Noorah Kareem, Alex Katz, Jeff Koons, Eric Parnes, Mohammed Shammarey, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Andy Warhol, Joe Webb and Russell Young.

"London’s EOA.Projects gallery brings together a starcast of contemporary artists from the East and the West, including hyphenated Americans and Europeans, in its new exhibition with the promising title, Very Important People, a cunning spelling-out of VIP, which usually stands for a Very Important Person. The playful licence with the much hyped and supremely abused acronym is a promising start."


New Print Releases

Joe Webb has recently created some new silkscreen prints with Jealous Gallery a Contemporary Screenprint Studio, Gallery and Publisher based in East London’s creative hub of Shoreditch, and Crouch End. 

The popular 'Kissing Magritte II' is now available as a smaller sized 14 colour screen print.

Introductory price £195.00

Purchase or to find out more:  www.jealousgallery.com

Interview with Fault Magazine

"Joe Webb is a contemporary artist who uses images from vintage magazines and posters to conjure surreal narratives that express both a comical and cynical take on the modern world. His bold collages are hand-made, with Photoshop strictly off-limits and a decidedly ‘anti-technology’ approach to his art. Ironically, his work has taken the Internet world by storm, going viral on multiple online platforms and being shared by hundreds of thousands of people. Joe is based in the UK and has original collages and prints in the Saatchi Gallery in London. He is exhibiting at the Saatchi and at Hang Up Gallery later this year."

Read more here: 

ART 14 - 28 Feb - Sun 2 March 2014

Joe Webb original collages to be exhibited with CCA Galleries at ART 14.

A range of new original collages will be shown an ART 14, one not to miss if you are a collector or just want to see the collages in the flesh.

Artists exhibiting with CCA Galleries at Art 14 are Sir Peter Blake, Dan Baldwin, Joe Webb, Bruce Mclean.

Read the blog from CCA Galleries to view and read about the artworks on show.

ART 14 website and tickets: www.artfairslondon.com

ART 14 included in the top 10 of GQ's '100 Best Things In The World Right Now'.

Held in Olympia’s Grand Hall, Art 14 opens its doors on Friday 28 February and runs until Sunday 2 March. With galleries from Lagos to Berlin, and from Beijing to Dubai, Art14 London will build on the success of the inaugural fair that welcomed 25,000 visitors, and deliver a truly international vision of contemporary and modern art.


Charity Auctions

An original Joe Webb collage is up for Auction for 'Capital Rocks'

"Harper Deyong, a London based art consultancy company, have sourced some incredible pieces for our art auction at Capital Rocks on 28th November.

Capital Rocks is Help a Capital Child’s flagship fundraiser. The money raised from the event will go towards supporting ground-breaking research to develop better, kinder treatments for children with cancer."


'You Are Not Alone' by Joe Webb

Aboard The Art Bus

The Art Bus will at The Watergate Street Gallery on 7th September. The gallery is hosting a private view from 12pm, all are welcome to attend, please note that due to limited capacity you must contact the gallery in advance for your free ticket to board the Art Bus. The exhibition continues inside the Victorian Rooms of our gallery with originals and limited edition prints included by Sir Peter Blake, Barbara Rae CBE RA, Tom Phillips CBE RA, Bruce McLean, the late Storm Thorgerson, and the late Donald Hamilton Fraser RA, alongside new sensations Dan Baldwin and Joe Webb.

Sir Peter Blake designed the bus in a groovy pop art style with one objective: to create a rock n roll bus to house art.

The Art Bus has welcomed Hollywood movie stars, musicians, famous artists, media and of course art lovers ranging from school children to the elderly all of whom have enjoyed an adventure into the visual arts.

The CCA Art Bus designed by Sir Peter Blake