Prize Winner Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi

Works in Print are very excited to announce that the winner of this year’s Art Graduates Prize is talented photographer Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi from University of Portsmouth. Alecsandra was awarded the £1,000 prize at a prestigious Private Viewing on 6th November at co-sponsor Herbert Smith Freehills’ offices, in the heart of the City of London. […]

The London Collection

Works in Print has a great number of images of places from around the world.  Our London Collection is a series of images showing different facets of the city from the late nineteenth century to the present.  Below is a selection of images, both historical and contemporary, that document spaces and places of the city […]

Trisha McCrae Owens

Trisha Owens, Pink Tree. Print.

The term ‘art’ certainly has a big remit but it’s the underlying aspects that make good art stand out, whether it is a piece of music, a film, a poem, a performance or a painting.  For me, a work of art has to initially grab me with some sort of aesthetic emotion, a visceral reaction […]

Jay Rechsteiner

Jay Rechsteiner in front of his work 'Getting Stronger Everyday.'

  Swiss artist Jay Rechsteiner in conversation with Werner Geldzahler, freelance curator and art collector, January 2014. Who are you and what do you do? My name is Jay Rechsteiner. I work with different media such as painting, installation, sculpture & video. I also tried my hands on performance and project art such as the […]

Abstract Art

Alice Gorton, Oil Slick, 2012. Mixed media on canvas, 1300 mm x 1700 mm. © Image: Alice Gorton/Works in Print

For some abstract art provokes a negative reaction.  Its lack of representation, or reference to nature or an object, occasionally gives rise to the assumption the artist has insufficient skill to produce a picture or sculpture of recognisable reality; or that she or he has thoughtlessly placed paint or other media on a surface.  While […]

Workplace Art: Art in the workplace

In the UK we are taught art from an early age, we publically fund some of the finest museums and galleries in the world, we appreciate it at school and we likely have it on the walls of our homes, yet, we forget about it in our workplace. The benefits of art in a working […]

Matthew Curtis-Knight

     London, I’m amazed by this place. I’ve been here almost thirteen years and it’s only getting more interesting and more inviting. When I came here in my early 20s to study Art I was overwhelmed and excited but I’m not entirely sure I knew how to process it all.  The work I make […]