The Brook Gallery, Budleigh Salterton, seems to have a hotline to the art world’s glitterati, not only is it able to muster top names to its Christmas exhibition (Brendan Neiland, Brad Faine, Bruce McLean and Sir Peter Blake), but its also managed to bag two new pieces by Damien Hirst to exhibit – a coup for an independent gallery.
The Coriander Studio’s reputation was honed in the ’60s with its techniques in silkscreen and digital printing. It is now under the direction of Brad Faine, the 500 or so international artists with whom he works are a roll call of Britain’s best, many of which are included in this exhibition.
The exhibition includes other works by John Hoyland, Gary Hume, Michael Craig Martin, Maurice Cockrill, Sir Terry Frost, Tom Phillips and Storm Thorgeson, all printed by Coriander Studio.
The show runs until Sunday, January 10
(images: from top to bottom – Damian Hirst’s Skull, Benedictus Dominus, Brad Faine Classic Malarkey, Madonna Venice Beach, Exaudi Domine, John Hoyland Gnome)
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