Monday, 2 November 2015

KULES - The Prints

Each year, KULES residents produce a limited edition print for sale at the following residency.

2014 KULES residents, Doyle & Mallinson, Leslie Deere, Chloe Cooper and Leigh Clarke have each made limited editions of 12 screen prints - size 59.4cm x 42cm and signed by the artist. The prints have been hand printed on 160 GSM southbank smooth by Royal Academy print tutor, Leigh Clarke.

Each print is priced at £120.00.
The proceeds of sale go directly back into the funding of the residency programme

The prints can be bought by clicking Add To Cart
by contacting KULES at
at the AirSpace Gallery Shop here
in person by visiting the KULES Public View on November 7th and 8th, where they will be on offer at a special one-off reduced rate of £50.00

The Prints

Leigh Clarke is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work has been shown widely nationally and internationally. Clarke’s work has been shortlisted for the John Moore’s Painting Prize 2006 at the Walker Museum, Liverpool and the London Open 2012 at the Whitechapel Gallery, London. In 2013 he represented the University of Arts London at the 3rd International Printmaking Workshop at Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts, China. He has curated many projects including those at the London College of Communication, Lokaal 01 and Extrapool project spaces in The Netherlands as well undertaking a residency at Lokaal 01, Antwerp and resident artist in Suldal, Norway.
Chloe Cooper makes instructional videos and live performances. She has recently exhibited and performed works at How Near is Here? Collective, Edinburgh (2014); Art Vilnius, Lithuania (2014); SpiderS, Smaragd, Berlin (2014); LPV, Tate Britain, London (2013); Until I, I Know You Better, Ti Pi Tin, London (2013); Leeds Leeds Leeds!, blip blip blip, Leeds (2013); Project Visible, Tate Modern (2013); The Everything and Nothing Problem, Ceri Hand Gallery/Jerwood Space, London (2013); Reactor Halls E03: Daniel Oliver presents Live Art Dogging, Primary Studios, Nottingham (2013); Whitstable Biennial, Whitstable (2012); TURN IT ON AGAIN, Motel De Nowhere, London (2012); and Keeping It Real (AiR), Whitechapel Gallery, London (2012)

Doyle & Mallinson have recently exhibited at New Art Gallery Walsall The Hecklers 2013, Whitechapel Gallery London Open 2012 and Tate Britain, Rude Britannia 2010. Solo shows include Galerie Nostheide-Eycke, Germany, The Dog’s Dinner 2013; Venlo Stadhuis, NL Ecce Homo Erectus 2008 and MOT International London, Peristroma Dolorosa 2005. Featured on The Culture Show in 2010 for their ‘Fascist Fruit Boys’ in Tate Britain’s Rude Britannia, their work, including earlier solo projects is included in public collections including Saatchi Gallery, London and Odapark Centrum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, Venray NL. Shaun Doyle and Mally Mallinson are represented by Paul Stolper, London

Leslie Deere is a London based audio visual artist. Originally from Tennessee, Deere moved to the UK to study Sonic Art, continuing on from a performing arts dance background in NYC. Deere has exhibited internationally with solo shows in Italy and Switzerland, and has a permanently installed sculpture in Geneva. Commissions include sound installations for Kew Gardens, the SoundUK 2013 tour and Sound Thought Festival, Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow. Most recently Leslie took part in the Liminal Space Residency at Temporary Art Projects, Southend-on-Sea and she completed two new sound installations featured at London Fashion Week SS15 for designers Huishan Zhang and Thomas Tait.

And for the set of four...

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