LOOP2018 – Artists in print
11-16 September 2018
48 Hopton Street
London SE1 9JH
Open daily 11am to 6pm (11am – 5pm on Sunday)
Private view: Tuesday 11 September 6-9pm
Closing party: Sunday 16 September 2-5pm
The artists welcome you to the private view on Tuesday 11 September 6-9pm, and to the closing party on Sunday 16 September 2-5pm.
LOOP has been presenting the best in new printmaking through annual exhibitions since 2005. This year’s exhibition from 11-16 September will feature the work of 31 artists at London’s Bankside Gallery.
The 2018 exhibition showcases recent work by nationally and internationally exhibiting artists. Amongst these artists are accomplished and established printmakers including founders of print workshops and also recent graduates from the MA printmaking at Camberwell College of Art.
Participating Artists are Anna Alcock, Helen Baines, Laura Bianchi, Alison Bickmore, Anthony Broad, Andrew Carter, Richenda Court, Frank Dolphin, Marianne Ferm RE, Ben Hendy, Jane Lacy Hodge, Julie Hoyle, Fabienne Khial, Grizelda Kitching, Sharon Low (Liu Guo Fei), Sarah Mander, Livi Mills, Ann Norfield, Ralph Overill, Elizabeth Peer, Sumi Perera RE, Kitty Reford, Annee Robson, Handan Sadikoglu, Charlee Strowger, Maki Takizawa, Jennifer Talbot, John Tate, Tricia Torrington, Susie Turner, Peter Wylie.
(The gallery entrance is from the Thames Path between the southern exit from Blackfriars Station and Tate Modern, down the steps by the Founders Arms pub.)
LOOP is an informal co-operative of artists with a background in print. LOOP encourages creative freedom by offering artists working in print the opportunity to show their individual subject matter in their choice of media, encompassing the oldest print technology through to the most recent digital developments.