Potterton Books celebrates the works of the two printmakers in a new exhibition
Do you normally associate London commuting with grey clouds, grey faces and rain?
Pop into Potterton Book’s new exhibition in Chelsea and you might find you have to think again. The exhibition of work by printmakers Paul Catherall and Gail Brodholt, which starts on Wednesday, presents the capital in very different light.
Their striking city prints are already on their way to being iconic: Paul Catherall’s looming interpretation of the Tate Modern has graced Transport for London posters and you may well recognise his Oxo Tower print (left).
Gail Brodholt also takes her inspiration from the Big Smoke, producing vibrant prints of the daily commute on the underground.
The exhibition runs from 9th-30th October.
Paul Catherall and Gail Brodholt at Potterton Books, 93 Lower Sloane Street, London, SW1W 8DA. 020 7730 4235;pottertonbookslondon.com