April 12, 2017
Charming Baker is delighted to reveal that the Big Issue Magazine of April 3 will be an art special, guest edited by Charming Baker himself. Built on a theme of Tipping Point, the special edition of the magazine will feature an array of British visual art heavyweights, all contributing unique and bespoke work.
The theme itself comes from Charming Baker. There are, he said, key decisive moments that lives can hinge on, moments that can tip things up or down. The Big Issue vendors know more keenly than most how delicate the balance can be, and how quickly that tipping point can have negative, or down the road, positive effect.
In honour of the art special edition, Charming Baker has reached out to the Art World and asked individuals to delve into their work archives and pick a piece of art representing a ‘Tipping Point’. The contributors assembled from Charming Baker’s vast contact book reads like a who’s-who of Brit Art and fashion. They include Jonathan Yeo, Sir Peter Blake, Rachel Howard, Hugo Wilson, Antony Micallef, Mat Collishaw, Keith Tyson, Sue Webster & Tim Noble, David Shrigley and Sir Paul Smith. It’s testament to The Big Issue’s value in British society that these, and many others, signed up straight away to do what they could to get involved.
“I felt truly honoured to be asked to guest edit this special art edition. Crucial times for us are just as much about when we’re tipped into success, as when we’re tipped out. Small differences ultimately make the one big difference. And for me that’s what the Big Issue is about.” Charming Baker
In collaboration with Charming Baker and Jealous Gallery in Shoreditch, The Big Issue will launch a special ‘Tipping Point’ exhibition at Jealous April 3-16, featuring an exclusive, limited edition of 125 print release by Charming Baker called ‘Man Falls’, the proceeds of which will go to The Big Issue, alongside works from other talented amateur and professional artists.
January 11, 2017
Charming Baker and Jealous Gallery are thrilled to announce that we will be publishing 2 brand new editions, ‘Nellephant’ will be released at London Art Fair on Tuesday 17th February, to register your interest and for more details please contact email@example.com
Nellephant Paper Edition
20 Colour Screenprint Hand Finished with Graphite and Black Flocking on
Somerset Satin White 410gsm Paper
78 x 62cm
Edition of 35
￡1200 + VAT
Nellephant Wood Edition
21 Colour Screenprint with a Hand Painted Background, Airbrushed Ink and
Graphite, with Black Flocking and 24ct Gold Leaf Edging on 6mm Birch
69 x 54cm
Edition of 35
￡1500 + VAT
November 22, 2016
Charming Baker is among 10 leading British artists who have each created a napkin for Action Against Hunger UK’s 10th Anniversary Fine Wine Auction, which is open now until the 26th November.
For more information about the auction and to see all the napkins, head over here
Evening Standard article link available here
September 21, 2016
Charming Baker is proud to support the #PeaceDay benefit auction with his Drawing for ‘Peace One Day’. The auction is now live with @Paddle8 and will run until 5pm BST on Wednesday the 5th of October.
In 2001, due to the efforts of the non-profit organisation Peace One Day, the member states of the United Nations unanimously adopted the first ever day of ceasefire and non-violence with a fixed calendar date, 21 September- now officially designated Peace Day. Peace One Day’s objective is to institutionalise the day, making it self-sustaining. Thousands of organisations and millions of individuals are active on the day, helping to build peace within schools, communities, the workplace and areas of conflict, resulting in a significant reduction of violence. This film shows some of the amazing activities which take place on the day.
For more information about Peace One Day please go to:
September 14, 2016
Fortnum and Mason are hosting more than 60 pieces from Frank Cohen’s world class collection of Modern British Art. Charming Baker is proud to have his work featured alongside great Artists such as Frank Auerbach, Leon Kossoff, Bridget Riley, Jake & Dinos Chapman, John Hoyland, Tracey Emin, Stuart Pearson Wright, Edward Burra, Howard Hodgkin and Maggi Hambling.
“Fortnum’s X Frank is one of the boldest and most exciting projects in our history. We could not be more thrilled to be hosting Frank Cohen’s collection, one of the most important private collections of Modern British art in the world, in the heart of our busy and busting shop. During the course of this month-long collaboration, more than 60 pieces from Frank’s collection will be displayed across every inch of our Piccadilly home.” — Ewan Venters, CEO Fortnum & Mason
Fortnum’s X Frank will be on display in the Piccadilly store until October 15th.
‘We particularly like the gold animal masks by Charming Baker; they stand out yet also look very much at home next to the Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon.’ – Londonist
L to R Charming Baker, Frank Cohen, Jake Chapman, Stuart Pearson Wright © P C Robinson Artlyst 2016
August 26, 2016
Charming Baker is delighted that Penguin Books and the Roald Dahl Estate have used images for the covers of four new collections of Roald Dahl’s adult short stories! Published today and available from all good bookshops, a must for all Baker and Dahl fans!
June 7, 2016
Charming Baker is thrilled to announce that he will be releasing his new edition ‘Lost’ exclusively at Art Car Boot Fair this Sunday. This beautiful edition is an archival inkjet with hand applied copper leaf, limited edition of 100 and available for one day only at £125. After this the edition will be available through Jealous Galleries and their website at £195.
Arrive early to beat the queues and avoid disappointment.
May 3, 2016
Charming Baker’s ‘Sweet Nothing’ opening night video is now up on his YouTube channel! Try to spot yourself among the hordes of people that came to celebrate this momentous occasion with us!
May 3, 2016
The prints are now available to buy at their websites, linked above.
One or Two Cats, Study for a Portrait of an Unknown Woman and The Wrong Brave Face will be available to view on Paul Stolper Gallery’s stand at the London Original Print Fair at the Royal Academy this week.