Andy Reeve

Artist

WELCOME

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Expected Year of Mortality was chosen for the Cambridge Artworks Open exhibition held during July and featured talented artists from the Eastern region. Kettle's Yard Director Andrew Nairn was one of the guests to attend the private view held in the ArtSpace gallery.

 

 

Click on the Figures button in the menu bar above for more information and to see other work in this style.

 

 

 

 

 

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'Gathering the Harvest' - which was the first ever artwork, Andy created featuring the work's price hand-cut from the canvas - was selected for the Weird and Wonderful show at cueB gallery in London. The exhibition featured 10 national and international artists and was curated by Franco la Russa. cueB gallery is listed on the South London Art Map which has been featured on BBC Two's The Culture Show.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gathering the Harvest can be seen, along with the other works that merited Andy with the Vernon Crowther Prize for painting, by clicking one of the white orbs in the menu bar above. Each orb will direct you to something that may be of interest.

www.southlondonartmap.com/galleries www.blurb.co.uk/books/4496630-weird-and-wonderful

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Independent online publishing group Inky Needles features the article Romanticism: A Necessary Idea written by Andy during early 2012. Inky Needles specializes in publishing contemporary and cutting edge Poetry, Politics, and Philosophy.

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'Unknown Parisian Male circ. 1924' was recently on display in a shop on St. Benedicts Street, Norwich. Unfortunately, and rather surprisingly, the artwork had to be removed after some customers' thought it "evil" and would bring bad luck. What a strange world we do, indeed, live in. The work can be seen in the Paintings section of this site.

inkyneedles.com/ www.jkchapman.com/art_in_the_ark/?p=915

 

 

Glendene Arts Academy Gallery is hosting a solo exhibition of Andy's work during the summer of 2014.

 

More info coming soon...

 

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Three of Andy Reeve's artworks were selected for the 'Surface' exhibition held from September 23rd - November 8th 2013 at Art in the Ark, The Ark Centre, Basingstoke. Curated by Jonathan Chapman.

 

 

 

 

The Norwich Twenty Group will be celebrating their 70th anniversary throughout 2014 with a series of exhibitions.

 

Theatre Royal Norwich - 25th January until 23rd April. A limited selection of Twenty Group members' work.

 

'20 Now 70' took place at The Forum, Norwich, from 17th until 31st March.

 

 

 

 

'20 Group Underground' took place in The Undercroft, which is located underneath the war memorial opposite City Hall, Norwich, from 17th until 31st March. To see the one of the last artworks made by Andy, click on the 'N20G' tab in the menu bar above.

 

 

More information about the Norwich Twenty Group can be found using both links below.

 

 

 

 

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'Office Romance' was exhibited in print form in the Art Crasher live gallery tour. The first show took place in somARTS Cultural Center's Bay Gallery, San Francisco from 7th - 10th February. The gallery tour continues to Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York.  More details via the link buttons below.

 

 

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A previously unseen artwork by Andy Reeve will feature in the What Is The Point? exhibition being held at the Adam Street Private Members Club, The Strand, London from 6th – 28th June. Each artist is creating a one-off piece of work responding to the exhibition title.

 

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