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HFP at RA Summer Show feature in PrintWeek

PrintWeek have run a story on HFP and our friends at Print Club London taking part in the RA show here East London screen printer and book publisher Henningham Family Press (HFP) has had two of its screen print works selected for the prestigious Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Its collaborative pieces ‘Credit Crunch’ and ‘The

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2011: Credit Crunch (167)

Credit Crunch by Eddie Farrell and Henningham Family Press is on show in the Summer Exhibition (167) in room II. They are black screenprints on flattened cereal packets. Edition of 70 £165 framed £65 unframed Purchasers can approach the Summer Exhibition sales desk in the vestibule at the exhibition, or contact them on 0207 300

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2011, 7th June – 15th August

Two of our publications have been selected for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition! Our third entry was also shortlisted! We are delighted to be taking part; we love the fact it has been running for hundreds of years, and the fact that we’ll be exhibiting alongside grannies and the YBAs simultaneously. In the show you

Henningham Family Press in Financial Times

We continue our collection of off-the-beaten-track press coverage with this contribution from the Financial Times on our Christie’s stall, (and readable online here) “The most modest prices are to be found at the Henningham Family Press, which will bring along a mobile printing workshop and offer…a takeaway work printed on chipboard for less than the

Dear Julie, (Palast part II)

It’s funny you should mention the Palast der Republik as I pass the former sight of this building every other day. Now being a large green site in the centre of Berlin it has also become a very contentious space as last year the German Parliament agreed funding to rebuild the Schloss/ palace ( destroyed

Carry On Fighting

I am no stranger to being beaten up. Teenage years in Glenrothes, a Scottish Newtown took care of that. It was the 1970s; flared baggy trousers, Simon shirts, Glam rock and loads of gangs. And although nearly all the boys had long flicky hair it was a time when boys were boys and girls were

The Neglected Interviews on sale at Artwords

‘The Neglected Interviews’ is now on sale in Artwords Bookshop on Broadway Market, which many of you will know as London’s benchmark arts bookshop. So those of you who have been asking where you can see it in the flesh can now get hold of your copy here: 20-22 Broadway Market London E8 4QJ Tel:

Drei Schreit fur alles

I really enjoyed reading Julie Rafalski’s last blog on the flagship site, Henningham Family Press. I liked how just one overheard word on the tube led to such a flow of information. The whole subject of how one writes or composes was foremost in my head yesterday as I tottered along Invalidenstrasse on a beautifully