Home House Meet The Artist | 2nd October 2018, 6-8pm

Tuesday, 2nd of October, 6-8pm, delighted to be part of this MEMBERS ONLY event at Home House, London, courtesy of The Cynthia Corbett Gallery.

https://homehouse.co.uk/events/meet-the-artists/

 

EVENT INFORMATION

Meet the Artists: Deborah Azzopardi and Isabelle van Zeijl

Over wine and canapés, come and meet two artists who are currently featured in our bi-annual art exhibition, in conjunction with A Space for Art.

Deborah Azzopardi is world-renowned for her distinctive pop art images. Her paintings and limited-editions are provocative and flirtatious – celebrating the drama and joy of everyday life. Juxtaposing lines of comic-book text with sassy images, her simple graphics and toned shading is informed by her years working for Disney, but her humour is distinctively British.

Isabelle van Zeijl is a fine art photographer who is fascinated by the art of the past and different perspectives on beauty through the ages.  She explores the aesthetics and techniques of the old masters to create present-day striking portraits.

Both artists are represented by The Cynthia Corbett Gallery who, in 2009 launched ‘The Young Masters Art Prize’: a not-for-profit initiative with the aim of celebrating artists who pay homage to the skill and traditions of the past.

Cost: £5 member, £10 guests (all monies to our charity The Marylebone Project)

Time/Location: 6.00pm – 8.00pm, Vestibule Bar

Home House Showcase | The Cynthia Corbett Gallery in Residence. Open till 31 January 2019

 

Delighted to showcase a selection of my work at the Home House, London, courtesy The Cynthia Corbett Gallery in Residence. Open till 31 January 2019. By appointment only.

20 Portman Square, Marylebone, London W1H 6LW

Home House is a Georgian town house at 20 Portman Square, London. Designed in 1777 by Robert Adam, appointed by Elizabeth, Countess of Home, since its inception it had quite an exciting history. It includes Home House being leased by Samuel Courtauld to house his growing art collection since 1926, only to be moved to its present Home at Somerset House in 1989. Home House was appointed a Grade I listed building in 1954. Presently it is being used as a private members’ club. It is also home to artwork by Zaha Hadid in the form of a Drinks Bar. This bar contains her signature sweeping lines and located in No. 21.

 

 

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Deborah Azzopardi’s ‘Artist Edition’ of the ‘SSHH’ Coffee Table Book is now available and suitable for everyone!

Dimensions are 307 x 307mm comprising 228 pages printed on 170gsm Ebb Chorus Silk Paper. Showcasing Azzopardi’s work and featuring more than 100 of her celebrated images. Behind-the-scenes supplement includes studio photographs by Cristina Schek.

Deborah Azzopardi’s debut book has an introduction by art critic, historian and journalist Estelle Lovatt FRSA and Angus Granlund, from Christie’s  London.

To purchase Deborah Azzopardi’s ‘SSHH’ Coffee Table Book, supplement and personalisation, contact Deborah.

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Amy Winehouse’s Legend Lives On In Miami | New York Daily News

The Cynthia Corbett Gallery will be hosting a Meet & Greet with Pop Artist Deborah Azzopardi and Janis Winehouse on Friday 8th December at Art Miami, Booth A100. We will be celebrating ‘Love is the Answer’, a newly released limited edition screen-print inspired by Amy Winehouse. Created at the request of Mitch and Janis Winehouse as a tribute to their daughter, Deborah Azzopardi has merged the icon of Amy Winehouse into one of her most iconic images: ‘SSHH….

Read the article in the New York Daily News.

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ING Discerning Eye Exhibition at Mall Galleries, London | 16-26 November 2017

Excited to announce that I’ll be part of the ING Discerning Eye Exhibition at Mall Galleries, London during 16-26 November 2017.

“A show of small works independently selected by six prominent figures from different areas of the art world: two artists, two collectors and two critics.  Work is selected from open submission and from artists invited by the individual selectors.  Each selector’s section is hung separately giving the impression of six small exhibitions within the whole.  The exhibition provides an unusual opportunity for works by lesser-known artists to be hung alongside contributions from internationally recognised names.  The selectors are solely responsible for their own selection; selection is not by committee. The only restrictions are the limitation of size.”

Deborah Azzopardi’s work was selected by art critic Simon Tait.

Find out more: www.discerningeye.org

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