1. 1960’s Andy Warhol Exhibition poster .
2. 1970’s Lucio Fontana poster for the Etzold collection.
3. 1960’s Frank Stella poster for the Lincoln Festival.
4. 1960’s Niki De Saint Phalle Exhibition poster.
5. 1980’s Jean Dubuffet exhibition poster.
6. 1970’s Albertine Millet Exhibition poster.
Over the summer Alan Fears has been busy beavering away on a new project bringing his ‘followers’ to life.
‘You’re a follower, I’m a follower, we’re all followers following each other…
The followers concept is an exercise in how we perceive one another. In my mind, when I visualise a group of followers, I see a mixed bag of stereotypes, a sea of gormless faces waiting vacantly for a cue or command. They’re not real people, they don’t have thoughts and feelings, they’re just followers, strangers, faces, things. Yet, the longer I look at the random selection of beings, the more they become individuals, personalities. Just like pets, you start to humanise these strange faces, and in time you begin to adopt a favourite or two. At some point you start to search for yourself in the crowd, and that may in fact be the true reason why some of us chose to follow each other in the first place.’ Alan Fears 2016
We’re excited to announce that the ‘Followers’ have been selected to exhibit at this years Nottingham Castle Open from 22nd October to 8th January.
The Atollo lamp was designed in 1977 by Vico Magistretti for Oluce, Italy. This particular Atollo lamp is from the 1980’s and has an unusual bespoke Postmodernist black and white geometric Op Art design. Please contact us for further details.
1. ‘Hello Everybody’, painting by Alan Fears.
2. ‘Blue Curtain’, painting by Alan Fears.
3. ‘Button Lust’, painting by Alan Fears.
4. ‘Nice To See You’, painting by Alan Fears.
5. ‘Sorry Everyone’, painting by Alan Fears.
6. ‘Footsie’, painting by Alan Fears.
The Kashima suite was designed in the 1970’s by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset, France. Upholstered in quilted russet brown leather it epitomises 1970s low slung luxurious comfort. The sofa and chair are both currently available for sale.
1. ‘Right Hair Wrong Face’, painting by Alan Fears.
2. ‘Man’s Best Friend’, portrait painting by Alan Fears.
3. ‘Don’t Talk About Swimclub’, portrait painting by Alan Fears.
4. ‘Thick Trunks’, portrait painting by Alan Fears.
5. ‘Horsemen of the Apocalypse’, portrait painting by Alan Fears.
6. ‘Team Us’, portrait painting by Alan Fears.
7. ‘Knitwear Nightmare’ portrait painting by Alan Fears.