We talk to Hew Locke about The Tourists, his art intervention aboard the HMS Belfast, and his recent exhibition at the Imperial War Museum, London. On show until 7 June 2015, The Tourists is integrated throughout the nine decks of the warship and imagines an alternative history where the crew prepares to celebrate Carnival in Trinidad.
Artimage is delighted to have supplied images and cleared reproductions of artwork by Sir Peter Blake for Everybody Razzle Dazzle. The major project which sees the leading figure of British pop art transform a Mersey Ferry to commemorate the camouflaged ‘dazzle’ ships of World War I.
Artimage looks back at the lineage of artists who have represented Britain at the Venice Biennale, as the British Pavilion awaits Sarah Lucas’ arrival as this year’s representative. The 56th Venice Biennale opens 9 May to 22 November 2015.
Artimage recently worked with Barbican Art Gallery to supply imagery and clear reproductions of artwork for the publication, Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector. It accompanies the Barbican’s latest exhibition presenting the fascinating personal collections of post-war and contemporary artists.
With International Workers' Day fast-approaching on 1 May 2015, we reveal some fascinating photographs of world-renowned artists at work. Many of these photographs have rarely been seen before and are exclusively available to license through Artimage.
The Last Supper was famously portrayed in ‘Renaissance man’, Leonardo Da Vinci's celebrated, late 15th century mural painting. The biblical scene and Da Vinci's well-known depiction continue to be referenced in art today. Explore various representations on Artimage.