We recently worked with the BBC to license images by Yinka Shonibare MBE for an episode of What Do Artists Do All Day? The documentary will be broadcast on BBC Four on Monday 23 November 2015.
From the late 1950s until his death in 1987, Andy Warhol was an obsessive chronicler of life. With a Polaroid camera in hand, he photographed the rich and famous, amassing a collection of tens of thousands of photos. A range of these pictures can now be licensed through Artimage.
Peter Lanyon’s radical paintings of the coastal landscape of West Cornwall, inspired by his experiences gliding, are the subject of a major exhibition at The Courtauld Gallery. It is open from 15 October 2015 until 7 January 2016.
To mark the changing of the seasons, we highlight a selection of images which evoke the colours, celebrations and atmosphere of autumn. They include works by Keith Vaughan, Jacob Lawrence, Anya Gallaccio and more.
Andy Warhol’s famous album cover artwork for The Rolling Stones’ Sticky Fingers record, has been licensed for inclusion in a limited edition book as part of a Super Deluxe Edition reissue box set. Artimage worked with art directors and designers, Studio Fury, to license the image.
An exhibition dedicated to the work of the late abstract painter, John Hoyland, will open Damien Hirst’s highly anticipated Newport Street Gallery in Lambeth, south London, on 8 October 2015.