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Saison Poetry Library (Royal Festival Hall) announce ‘An Unknown Soldier’ Exhibition Nov-Jan

An Unknown Soldier: An Exhibition by Henningham Family Press Tuesday 4th November 2014 – Sunday 4th January 2015 Opening Event 7th November 7.30pm (booking essential) Open Daily Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 8pm Poetry Library Level 5 Royal Festival Hall London SE1 8XX We are very honoured to announce that the Saison Poetry Library, which

Free Verse 6/9/2014, Poetry Book Fair & Reading (10.30am)

After their kind invitation to be the profiled press onstage last year at Conway Hall, we have booked a table at Free Verse 2014. This year we will also be doing a reading, ably assisted by James Wilkes (Palgrave Macmillan, HFP, Penned In The Margins, Veer) We will perform a version of ‘An Unknown Soldier’

WW1 Centenary Commemorative Print published

It was never the plan, but having worked for more than four years now on the legacy of the First World War in our project, An Unknown Soldier, we were keen to create a considered commemoration of this Centenary year, 2014. Grand Eagle (capitals and columns) is a civic-sized quotation from An Unknown Soldier. The

Crown Poster (widows and orphans)

Crown Poster (widows and orphans) Henningham Family Press 2013 Edition 15 screenprint, foil debossing, graphite 20 x 15in £200 (£368 framed) Acquired by Saison Poetry Library (Royal Festival Hall) Crown Poster (widows and orphans), is from our An Unknown Soldier project, which ruminates on the meaning of a memorial to an unknown soldier in the

HFP at Free Verse 2013 Poetry Book Fair

We had a wonderful time up on the stage at Conway Hall, thank you to all of the people who came to see us and our Unknown Soldier lying in state. It was a very busy day full of fascinating conversations. Here are some pictures, including the two brand new screenprints we showed there.

An Unknown Soldier in Aesthetica Magazine

We placed a listing in Aesthetica Magazine announcing our project An Unknown Soldier. If you saw us there – welcome to our website! You can find everything about the whole project here. We currently have two new superb screenprints underway, which are as yet unlisted, this time also using our foil debossing press on some

An Unknown Soldier (artists book)

An Unknown Soldier (deluxe edition) Henningham Family Press 2011 Edition of 30 (first 10 are in screenprinted oblique wooden box including 13 screenprints and two pamphlets) Acquired by: – Saison Poetry Library (Royal Festival Hall) – University College London Library (special collections) “Henningham’s mordant wit and avant-garde flair is part of another poetic tradition stretching


Trench (bold, italic) Henningham Family Press 2011 Edition 75 screenprint 184 x 262 mm £138 (£228 framed) In our An Unknown Soldier project we are writing as people who have felt the legacy of the First World War, primarily through family stories, but not first-hand. We wanted to depict the impression it had made upon