On the 15th December the art auction at the RAC club in Pall Mall saw £150k raised in aid of Peace One Day charity. The works of Joe Webb and The Connor Brothers were amongst other artists such as Dan Baldwin and Nancy Fouts to be auctioned off in aid of the charity that has successfully campaigned for unanimous adoption by all UN member states for a day of ceasefire and non-violence on the 21st September. Peace One Day is working to institutionalise the day to make it self-sustaining. Joe's print Gold Embrace raised almost £2000 for the cause. Read more here
11 DEC 2015 - 31 JAN 2016
PRIVATE VIEW THURS 10 DEC 6 - 9 PM
Hang-Up Gallery are proud to present their upcoming winter exhibition Hibernate: a carefully curated group show featuring hand picked artworks from this years leading urban and contemporary artists.
To keep you warm over the frosty months, Hibernate will promise an eclectic selection of highly collectable pieces from some of the worlds most notorious creators including Banksy, Harland Miller, Sir Peter Blake, Invader and Takashi Murakami. New and exclusive works will also be featured from our top gallery artists such as Dave White, Joe Webb, Lauren Baker, Magnus Gjoen, Mark Powell, Rosie Emerson, The Connor Brothers and more.
My work was included in the take over of billboard adverts during the UN climate talks in Paris:
Joe's latest solo show can be seen at Hang Up Gallery, extended until 19th July. A chance to see some brand new large scale original collages and paintings.
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Delighted to announce 'Paper Cuts' - an exhibition of new collages, silkscreens and paintings at The Saatchi Gallery, London. 11th March - 6th April.
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 Joe Webb silkscreens launching at Cock ‘n’ Bull Gallery, Tramshed 32 Rivington St, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3LX.
Exhibition runs 16 Jan–28 Feb 2015.
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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