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16th Nov 2017

Investment Tip! Buy Hummel-Newell before price increases

Joanne Hummel-Newell has been showing with us for for many years and attracted a significant collector-base. Over the last few years Joanne has seen a number of significant successes including an 18 month arts council supported development fund and selected as artist in residence in Saatchi Art Lounge during Frieze Week 2017. Earlier in the year Joanne showed in three person show ‘Turns on the Tarmac’ at Sid Motion Gallery London. You can also find her work in the prestigious Sartoria restaurant, Saville Row.  Jo’s work has sold globally in the past 12 months to the USA, UK, Luxembourg and Hong Kong. Recently, she was shortlisted for the Beers London Gallery Contemporary Visions 2017 with previous exhibitions including the RA Summer show, Jerwood drawing and satellite exhibition at the Venice Biennale and most recently Jo has progressed through to the 2nd round of judging for the John Moores Painting Prize 2018.

As a result of these achievements and increase in interest – Joanne has been offered exciting gallery and agency representation which will result in a significant increases in her prices early next year. Currently her work remains affordable – as an example – small framed work on paper Nature is currently available for £250, with larger statement pieces such as Kiosk available for £1,750. It’s a great time to invest!  View and buy here

For Joanne Hummel-Newell, mark making and its deviation from cognitive processes can create a candid outcome. It is a particularly generous enterprise, as Hummell- Newell allows the space in her work for found artefacts, bearing the traces of another’s hand. An array of references, a near synaesthesiac grasp on the world and a multitude of conceptual interests cohere in these elegant and minimalist compositions brimming with energy.


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