The Douglas Brothers Portrait chosen For Marquez Tribute

Spanish newspaper El Pais selected The Douglas Brothers portrait of Gabriel Garcia Marquez for the cover of their photo tribute to the celebrated author.

“It's sad,” noted Andrew Douglas of the writer's death following a long illness. "We are both extremely proud to have met him."

“It's a direct, honest portrait" said El Pais. "It encapsulates Marquez perfectly."
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The Douglas Brothers launch new photographic editions

The Douglas Brothers launch their new photo editions exclusively at Art 14. Three editions - including a presentation boxed suite containing four prints - will be available from Stand G9 at the Grand Hall Olympia from Feb 28th-March 2nd. See http://thedouglasbrothers.com/editions
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Bon Abattoir at Art 14

Bon Abattoir will be showing The Douglas Brothers, Tom Swift, Abigail Ozora Simpson and Richard Trupp at Art 14 at Olympia Grand Hall in Kensington. The art fair runs from 28th Feb to 2nd March. You can find Bon Abattoir, on stand G9, in collaboration with UpDown Gallery.
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Tom Swift To Paint Live

Tom Swift will be creating an entire exhibition live in just three hours. And that includes the private view. See Tom paint at Art 14 Olympia Grand Hall, Friday 28th Feb, from 4pm till 7pm
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The Douglas Brothers book and exhibition

The Douglas Brothers are currently working on a book about their pioneering photography. Due out at the end of 2015 the publication will co-incide with an exhibition which go on tour in London, Tokyo, New York and Los Angeles.
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New film for Abigail Ozora Simpson

A short film about Abigail Ozora Simpson – entitled "Room For Rebellion" - was shot in Abi's studio, a former ice cream factory, and at the nearby lido. Interview is by BBC stalwart Brian Daubney and the film is directed by Adam Wells from GoGotNeed. Abigail is working towards a show at Art Basel in Miami in December. See Abi's film here: http://abigailozorasimpson.com/about
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BBC report Trupp's Caro Tribute

Richard Trupp is under consideration for a major national sculpture project. His latest piece, a tribute to his mentor, the late Sir Anthony Caro, has been installed outside the Arkwright Building in Nottingham. See the BBC report here: http://tinyurl.com/k8vz4sv
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