Fresh content and information about events and products will be posted on our new website www.apgworks.co.uk from November 2011. We will be migrating content onto our new site over the next few months.


APG is the new name/style for Archipelago.
APG shows innovative, affordable original art, introducing fresh new talent to exhibit alongside more established artists. With premises in a former cutlery factory in the city centre, APG is also a working studio with the experience and facilities to provide a wide range of picture framing, digital print
and screen printing services.

Our Services:
Art Gallery » Contemporary Art » Exhibitions » Posters & Prints
» Picture Framing & Studio » Giclée Reproduction » Canvas Printing » Screen Print Print Editioning » Posters » T-Shirt Printing

Selected Artists:
Kid Acne » Dust » Phlegm » The Designers Republic » Martin F Bedford
» Build » Emily Forgot » Jim Connolly » Rob Barber » Tado » Mick Marston » French » Tom J. Newell » EMA » ANACAO » &c


Creatures, Characters and Communication
3 Cs in Graphic art - A Group Exhibition of Original Screen Prints

September 24th - October 22nd, 2011
Preview Evening, Friday September 23rd, 6-9pm


Feat. Ian Stevenson // Russell Maurice // James Nash // Sarah Abbott // Matt Sewell // David Litchfield // Jane Faram // Bob Milner // Steve White // Malarky // Holly Wales // AustinVonNew // Neasden Control Centre // Nick Deakin

For this new exhibition at APG Works Sheffield, artists from various backgrounds have been brought together by the curator, Steve White, to explore various applications of  "Creatures, Characters and Communication" within graphic art.

This exhibition brings these artists and works together to be viewed in the context of differing practices with similar underlying themes and modes of creation.

MORE INFORMATION...

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AUGUST 2011
IMAGINED CITIES - an exhibition of Comic Book Art
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JULY 2011
The Island of Misfit Toys
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EMA + ANACOA // The island of Misfit Toys

An exhibition of oil paintings, drawings and original prints

July 8th - 30th, 2011
Preview Evening Thursday 7th July, 6.00 pm

For this new exhibition at APG Works, Parisian artists EMA & ANACAO explore the contrast between dark and cute in a fantastic world.
The Island of Misfit Toys represents a gloomy universe populated by vintage, romantic and strange toys inspired by Japanese pop animation, 70's science fiction and graffiti.
A new series of oil paintings, drawings and screen prints (produced for the show at the APG Works studio) introduce us to an island of monstrous squids, half-human half-beast hybrids and muscular super heroes lost in a cataclysmic atmosphere of falling meteorites and floral patterns.

For a preview of some of the prints in the show, and more about the artists, click here


June 2011
The Island of Misfit Toys, the first show in a new series of exhibitions to be curated here by Steve White opens on 7th of July, a joint show with French graffiti artist EMA, + ANA Castillo. Paintings, new screen prints and  drawings. More details to follow...

The new exhibition series is shaping up well... full details of the calendar thru' April next year will be posted in our new website, under construction now by http://studioderek.co.uk/ and scheduled for launch before the end of this month.

For now, there's a retrospective show, a selection of our prints from the last 2 years, on view from 15th June.

From the print studio, our latest print is this cheeky dog taking a swig of your tea, by Imogen Wood.

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Tea Dog/Green // Tea Dog/Orange
Imogen Wood

35 x 50cm
5-colour screenprint on 250gsm white Recycled Keaycolour paper
2 Editions of 30
Signed & Numbered

£40.00 unframed  - Buy this print online now
from £65.00 framed
Available at APG Works - visit, call or email us

Opening Hours

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9.30am - 5.30pm Mon-Fri
11am - 4.00pm Sat
 
Contact Details:
16-20 Sidney Street, Sheffield, England S1 4RH
Tel 00 44  (0) 114 263 4493
 
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Fresh content and information about events and products will be posted on our new website www.apgworks.co.uk from November 2011. We will be migrating content onto our new site over the next few months.