And now for something different (poster edition), 2018
Screenprint on Somerset velvet (250gsm)
56 x 76 cms | 29 x 22 ins
Edition of 30
£240 (unframed) | £300 (framed)
ABOUT THE WORK
Charlie Hammond produced this seven-colour screenprint edition in 2018, and it is directly based on one of the large-scale hand-painted cinema posters he had produced for CAMPLE LINE’s artist moving image screening programme for young people And Now For Something Different, which took place over summer 2017.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Charlie Hammond lives and works in Glasgow. Born in Aylesbury, he completed BA (Hons) in painting at Glasgow School of Art 1999 – 2002. Solo and two-person shows include: ‘Farm Weeds’, CAMPLE LINE, Dumfriesshire (2019); ‘Various borders placed together’ (with Lotte Gertz), Good Press, Glasgow (2017); ‘Soft Borders and Continuity Problems’, Atelier Am Eck, Dusseldorf (2017); ‘Hi-Vis Lo-Vis’, Glasgow Project Room (2016); ‘Plate Interference’; ‘The Sweats’, Galerie Kamm, Berlin (2012). Recent group exhibitions include: ‘Charlie Hammond, Lotte Gertz and Tony Swain’, Oxford House, Glasgow (2018); ‘Danglers of today, with Cameron Morgan’, Project Ability, Glasgow (2018); ‘Internet Curtains’ (with Alex Pollard and Iain Hetherington), Tramway, Glasgow, as part of Generation: 25 Years of Contemporary Art Scotland (2014).
As a member of collaborative print group Poster Club, he has exhibited at Edinburgh Printmakers as part of the Edinburgh Art Festival, DCA Dundee, The Cooper Gallery Dundee and Himalayas Museum, Shanghai. His works are in a number of private and public collections including the Hammer Museum, California and the Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany.
HOW TO BUY: CAMPLE LINE holds a range of limited edition works by the artists included in our programme.
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