Welcome to lps21.org
lps21 is a new initiative from londonprintstudio. Building on four decades of visual art activities in west London, we are developing an exciting range of web-based projects and resources for artists, designers and communities. We aim to link visual art and design education with social and environmental justice. We are also providing archives from previous londonprintstudio programmes.
Launch May 2022
‘Among the most compelling burst of creative energy in the realm of the political poster post-1968, the body of work created by Paddington Printshop in the 1970s and 1980s is as fresh and relevant as it was 40 years ago.’
Launch Sept 2022
The Museum of Unrest.
lps21 is launching The Museum of Unrest: at the international printmaking conference Impact 12
21 – 25 September 2022
The Museum of Unrest a new educational resource for artists designers and communities concerned with social and environmental justice.
Conversation Pieces from The Museum of Unrest.
This inaugural exhibition, prepared for the International printmaking conference Impact 12, features six artists, from , Africa, Europe, Indian Sub-Continent, Latin America and South East Asia whose work invites or provokes conversations about social and cultural issues.
The participating artists are: Naiza Khan Naho Mutsuda, David Palacios
John Phillips, Liliana Romero, Aida Silvestri
Exhibitions at londonprintstudio
During two decades 2000 to 2020 londonprintstudio presented over one hundred and fifty exhibitions and featuring hundreds of artists. This archive will present a selection of these installations.
Artists at londonprintstudio
As an open access facility londonprintstudio offered access to professional facilities, mentoring, training, and technical support thousands of artists. This archive will present work by a selection of artists associated with the studio.
Four decades of community projects in west London
Between 1975 and 2020, Paddington Printshop, and subsequently londonprintstudio, initiated and developed many socially engaged visual arts projects with the people and communities in west London. This archive presents a range of these projects.