Art dealer Julian Lax will be showing Heroes and Beasts: Works on paper by Elisabeth Frink from 13 April until 2 May. Frink, although a sculptor, was an experimental printmaker during her 30-year career. This selection of etchings, lithographs and screenprints will present Frink in a different light.
Venue: Julian Lax, 37-39 Arkwright Road, London NW3.
Pop graphics: Posters of the 60s and 70s includes graphic works by Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana, Allen Jones, Jasper Johns and Eduardo Paolozzi among others. Pop posters are becoming an increasingly popular area for collecting as their images are among the most powerful of 20th century art.
Venue: Target Gallery, 7 Windmill Street, London W1.
To coincide with the launch of the book Sampler: Contemporary Music Graphics, an exhibition of the same name exhibits from 13 April until 16 May. The book is designed by Intro with text by Intro creative director Adrian Shaughnessy. Shaughnessy places new graphics in the context of developments within the music business and the continuum of change over the past four decades.
Venue: The Original Levi’s Flagship Store Gallery, 174-176 Regent Street, London W1.