Print Jam 2014 - The Winnners!

The Winner

Rebecca Coleman, View Subterannea 1, wood engraving.

The Runners-Up

Kirsten Baskett, Helliogravure

Kit Boyd, etching

Lisa Ivory, wood engraving

Eliza Southwood, screen print

Mustafa Sidki, screenprint

The Print Jam 2014 exhibition took place at Art Bermondsey, which is 30 seconds from White Cube Bermondsey, in the first week of June 2014. You can see some images from the show below.

Print Jam 2014 was’s open submission print competition and exhibition - showcasing 25 contemporary artists working in the print medium.

Print Jam 2014 Winner Rebecca Coleman receives her £500 prize from artist and ArtTop10 Founder Robert Dunt. Rebecca explains the process behind her winning wood engraving View Subterannea 1 at the artists talk. The show was supported by Jackson’s Art Supplies.

Artist Natasha Hall discusses Abraham Calero’s photographic print Hope while attendees at the Artists' Q and A look on.

Okawara Kenta explains his Japanese woodcuts to the onlooking crowd. All children in Japan are taught how to create woodcuts.

From left to right - Okawara Kenta, Jonathan Luke and Maggie Warwick discussing their work at the artists' talk.

The Print Jam 2014 Press Release

PJ Press Release final with sponsors


Print Jam 2014

25 contemporary arists working in the print medium

Wednesday 4 June - Sunday 8 June 2014
Open daily from 11.00 – 18.00

Private View Wednesday 4th June 6.30 - 9.30pm

Late opening and ‘Questions and Artists’ Friday 6th June 6.30 - 9.30pm

Where - Art Bermondsey, 183-185 Bermondsey Street, First Floor, London, SE1 3UW, located just opposite the White Cube Bermondsey.



‘Lookout’ - Colour silkscreen print, Eliza Southwood

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__________________________________________________________ is delighted to present Print Jam 2014, a group exhibition with 25 contemporary artists all working in the print medium. The artists were chosen from an open submission entry and were selected by three judges: The contemporary artist James Jessop exhibited by Saatchi; Jason Hicklin, the artist & head of printmaking at The City & Guilds of London Art School and Robert Dunt the artist & founder of

The broad range of work reflects the many different ways that contemporary artists are interacting with print making today and demonstrates a wide variety of traditional and contemporary print making techniques including etching, screen printing, woodcut, hallograph, inkjet prints, giclee prints, silkscreen, wood engraving, linoprint, emboss & collagraph.

There are many surprises to inspire the print connoisseur: from the religious; expressed as contemporary islamic art…to the technical; placing objects on to a negative and interacting with the image by painting with light… to the conceptual; the use of X-rays to express an imagined body called Hope… to the geographical; landscape inspired by ancient and contemporary cartography.

As part of Print jam 2014 an event called ‘Questions and Artists’ will take place on the Friday evening, in which some of the artists will be discussing their work and techniques to showcase the diversity of print making today. Despite including International and well- known artists, the level will be welcoming for all visitors. was founded by the artist Robert Dunt in 2011 with the ambition to review all the art exhibitions in London. Something like 250 exhibitions take place every month but only a handful of these are reviewed.The ambition is that by reviewing exhibitions, the art world can be opened up and anybody and everybody who loves art will have a place where they can say what they feel about art without any criticism for their views. In line with this ethos work by the judges will be on the show alongside the twenty selected artists.

Artists included in the exhibition are: Kirsten Baskett, Kit Boyd, Abraham Calero, Rebecca Coleman, Belinda Davies, Robert Dunt, Lorraine Fossi, Jon Hall, Natasha Hall, Jason Hicklin, Biddy Hudson, Lisa Ivory, James Jessop, Justin Kelly, Okawara Kenta, Mandana Khonsari, Jonathan Luke, Dorothy Pugh, Juliet Renny, Rose Seber, Mustafa Sidki, Eliza Southwood, Jane Stobart, Maggie Warwick.

ART BERMONDSEY is located on Bermondsey Street, one of the most prestigious artistic hubs in central London. Moments from the City and Tower Bridge, opposite White Cube.

ART BERMONDSEY present exhibitions by galleries and independent local and international artists looking to showcase their programmes and work in a perfect London location. The gallery also hosts a number of University and Art Prize exhibitions, engaging with artists at all stages of their careers.

For further information on Print Jam 2014 and please contact -

Robert Dunt Founder & CEO 07977 867 584

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