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Saturday 25th June 2011Win A Kindle! Warning, Shameless Request Enclosed.

 
We don't normally sink so low and delve into such a shameless promotional request,  but we need your help!  Pretty please :)
 
We have a very small team here at Gallereo, but despite that we think it's absolutely wonderful that people are building amazing websites, and we just love the quality of the artwork that we are seeing from Gallereo users. 
 
That being said, it's a shame that more people don't know about it!  We'd like your help to get the word out!  
 
We don't have huge marketing budgets, and very little money to spend on fancy campaigns, so we would love it if you would talk about us a little to let people know we exist and what you think about your experience.  Starting in July, and for the next three months, we are giving away a Kindle every month at random to someone who writes one of the following:
 
- A blog post about Gallereo and how you use it
- A tweet about us
- A Facebook post about us
 
All of the above must link through to us tand you must email us and tell us about it to qualify.  At the end of each month a random winner will be chosen to win the Kindle!!
 
We look forward to reading your posts!
 
Thanks for your continued support, from everyone here at Gallereo! 

Posted on June 25th 2011 on 02:03pm
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Thursday 23rd June 2011New Featured Artist Website: Oliver Lindsay Sculpture

It's Featured Friday once again, and we're very pleased to be able to offer you a sneak preview of the work of sculptor, Oliver Lindsay
 
 
Oliver has been studying for a BA in Fine Art from the University of Leeds in the UK, an endeavour which secured him the Passey Prize for the best original artwork at the University of Leeds degree show this year. 
 
 
As well as exhibiting at the degree show, Oliver's work was also recently been exhibited as part of an exhibition titled WOODPLASTERFILM. The exhibition was self-curated by the artists involved, all of whom were art students at Leeds University. 
 
The show was characterised by the materials used by the artists, with aesthetic and material concerns at the forefront of the artist's practice. 
 
 
Oliver's work sees the appropriation of found wood and natural objects, assembled into sculptural forms with a self professed low-tech aesthetic. Ideas of manufacturing and tensions between the man-made and natural are explored through minimalist geometrical compositions. 
 
Take a look through Oliver's work on his brand new artist website

Posted on June 23rd 2011 on 12:10pm
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Wednesday 22nd June 2011British Artists To Design Posters for the London 2012 Olympics

It has been announced that, to accompany the 2012 London Olympics, British art stars such as Tracy Emin, Howard Hodgkin, Bridget Riley and Chris Ofili, will design posters celebrating the event. 
 
Sir Nicholas Serota, Director of the Tate, was amongst the panelists who selected 12 artists in total to create the posters for the Olympics. The announcement was made yesterday to coincide with the one-year countdown to the London 2012 Festival, which will form part of the Cultural Olympic celebrations. 
 
Other artists asked to partake were; Fiona Banner, Bob and Roberta Smith, Rachel Whitread, Michael Craig-Martin, Martin Creed, Gary Hume, Sarah Morris and Anthea Hamilton. 
 
The artists have been asked to create posters that are both identifiable with their own style of art-making, while also celebrating what a landmark event the London 2012 Olympics will be for the UK, and London as the host city. 
 
Of the 12 artists who have been chosen, Hodgkin is the only one to have had any experience of this before, having been commissioned by Andy Warhol to create a poster for the 1984 Sarajevo Olympics. 
 
We look forward to seeing what the artists come up with when the posters make their appearance all over London next year. If you're visiting London, make sure you keep your eyes peeled!
 
 
Image: Artist Tracey Emin and Olympics chief Lord Coe at Tate Britain with Olympic posters from the 20th century. Photograph: John Stillwell/PA

Posted on June 22nd 2011 on 08:23pm
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Sunday 19th June 2011Northumbria Student Degree Show 2011

A couple of months ago, Gallereo offered artist websites to students across the country who were due to graduate this year. As graduation approaches, and the final degree shows are in full swing, it's great to see some of the students putting their artist websites to good use! 
 
Gallereo took a look around the Northumbria University degree show while we were in Newcastle this weekend, and founds lots of great photography, sculpture, installation, video and paintings on show. 
 
Below are just a few snaps that we took on our way around.
 
 
 
 
Gavin J Moore is a photographer experimenting with light and composition in order to create a sense of deja vu in his work. View more of his work on his website.
 
 
 
 

Posted on June 19th 2011 on 09:35pm
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Friday 10th June 2011Featured Photographers Website: Rebecca Dykes

Rebecca Dykes is this Friday's featured photographer, here at Gallereo! 
 
 
Rebecca is a talented photographer from Cheshire, who is currently studying Fine Art at Newcastle University.
 
 
Rebecca enjoys a wide range of subject matter and styles, as she feels her way through the medium of photography. She has developed a talent for composition and lighting, which is particularly evident in the "In the City" gallery on her website. 
 
 
Clearly influenced by the likes of Gregory Crewdson, whose photographs are composed on the scale of film sets to capture eerie suburban moments in dramatic lighting and subtle hints of narrative, Rebecca has adapted that style to suit the areas around her. 
 
 
Take a look at Rebecca Dykes' Gallery to see more of what she has to offer!
 

Posted on June 10th 2011 on 11:06am
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Wednesday 08th June 2011Summer Exhibition Opens at the Royal Academy

The Royal Academy's annual Summer Exhibition is now upon us, and this year looks to be as exciting as ever.  The Summer Exhibition, held in London, is the worlds largest open submission contemporary art show, that showcases the work of emerging and established painters, sculptors, photographers, printmakers, architects and film makers. 
 
This will be the 243rd year that the exhibition has taken place, which is quite an achievement given the rate at which such events pop up and disappear in today's art world.  The show this year has been co-ordinated by Royal Academician Christopher Le Brun, and runs from the 7th June through to the 15th August. 
 
The Summer Exhibition was founded on the principle of opening up a grand exhibition space to all artists of 'distinguished merit'. The exhibition aims to finance the training of young artists at the RA schools, and 243 years on, still continues to play a major role in raising funds for the students. 
 
Each year, the Summer Exhibition receives over 12,000 entries from over 27 countries, and offers visitors the opportunity to buy original works of art by both high profile, and up-and-coming artists. 
 
Of note this year, Colouring Book (pictured), by Jeff Koons, will occupy the Royal Academy's Annenberg Courtyard. Jeff Koonswas elected Honorary Royal Academician in 2010
 
Gallereo is going to be taking a trip to see the show early next month. If you're in London, make sure you drop by! Details can be found on the Royal Academy website

Posted on June 08th 2011 on 05:32pm
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Friday 03rd June 2011New Featured Photographer Website: Sarah Francis

It's Featured Friday once again, and this week we have a fantastic photographers website to present to you!
 
 
Sarah Francis is a photographer interested in the ideas of reality and representation - topics that photographers, theorists and critics alike have struggled with since the invention of the medium of photography. 
 
 
Sarah captures a duality in her pictures of time and space, and of story and meaning. Each image has it's stage, and an inkling of narrative, that is never really completed. 
 
 
The images are staged and displayed in their own world, which is recognisable to us, yet unfamiliar at the same time. However, things aren't always quite as they seem as our perception of what is real, and how the representation of objects doesn't always offer an infallible reality. 
 
 
To view more of Sarah's work, visit her website here

Posted on June 03rd 2011 on 04:10pm
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Wednesday 01st June 2011Project for Empty Space Fundraiser - This Saturday!

We're fans and supporters of Project for Empty Space, so it's our duty and pleasure to inform you of their first Annual Benefit, which will take place this Saturday, the 4th June from 5 - 10pm. 
 
Informed by the City: A Fundraiser, will be held at the Tribeca Grand in New York, and tickets are on sale now! 
 
Project for Empty Space was founded by Meenakshi Thirukode and Jasmine Wahi, as a non-profit organisation that fosters a stronger community and builds upon education through the development of interactive public art. They bring cutting edge contemporary art to communities throughout the City of New York, by making excellent use of abandoned and disused urban spaces. 
 
The evening event will itself be hosted by a range of artists who are informed and inspired by the City of New York, and will include a screening of David Henry Gerson's short film, Ultra Violet for Sixteen Minutes. The artist will then hold a discussion about the film, and how New York, and the art scene in the 1960's has influenced his output. 
 
The film itself focuses on Ultra Violet, the lady who was mistress to Salvador Dali, and muse to Andy Warhol. In this sixteen minute documentary she reveals her perspectives on fame, art and religion, and it includes rare photographs, as well as Andy Warhol's screen-test of Ultra Violet from 1965. Not to be missed.
 
Please visit the fundraiser event page for more information, and to book tickets, of follow Project for Empty Space on Facebook for more information.  

Posted on June 01st 2011 on 10:10am
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