World Art Exhibitions + TAG

painters TUBES  are delighted to announce that as from February 2020 we shall be working closely as an associated company with World Art Exhibition Limited (and British Art Exhibitions)

World Art Exhibitions enable new and dynamic platforms for contemporary artists. British Art Exhibitions, is one of their premier platform brands. The  2020-2021 exhibition program consists of mounting exhibitions in a host of venues throughout the UK, the USA, Europe and Asia.

painters TUBES magazines will be produce and design the catalogues for each exhibition under the TAG (Tubes Art Gallery) header – TAG will also occupy an exhibition stand showing painters Tubes selected artists work in each exhibition.

painters Tubes magazineThe TAG- TUBES editorial team along with the Tubes resident art critic (Spike) will write articles and summaries for each artist to be featured in the exhibition catalogues. Artist who are featured in the TAG -World Art Exhibition catalogue will enjoy full exposure on line and on Tubes Main website and painters TUBES new TAG-VR platforms.

There will also be opportunity for participating artists to expand their customer reach in the new TAG-3D VR exhibitions presented to a global audience within World Art Exhibitions and as a stand alone Group or Solo exhibition (from June 2020 onwards).

 painters TUBES  magazine selected Artist will be exhibited on the TAG stand at each and every World Art Exhibition and British Art Exhibition

Tubes Artists Gallery (TAG) will design and mount a physical space within each exhibition This space will consist of invited painters TUBES artists to exhibit and offer their work to collectors. 

Contact: editor@painterstubes.com for details and submissions

Tubes will also promote artists participating within each World Art Exhibition on all painters TUBES platforms.

TAG and World Art Exhibitions

MANCHESTER 2020 April – World Art Exhibitions and British Art Exhibitions have scheduled eight pop-up  exhibitions starting in Manchester April 2020.  Book your space by going to  https://www.worldartexhibitions.co.uk/


World Art Exhibitions, TUBES and TAG company information

painters TUBES+TAG – Owned, designed and published by Studio 5 Sweden. -253 Ekerodsvägen  266 95 Munbka Ljungby, Ängelholm, Skåne, Sweden. www.painterstubes.com. www.painterstubes.galley  – www.tag-tubes.com – email: info@painterstubes.com. editor@painterstubes.com and tag@painterstubes.com  Swedish Office mail: tubes@bahnhof.se

World Art Exhibitions Limited- work with renowned and prestigious clients around the globe, administering, operating, project managing or promoting, organisations, businesses and institutions such as; St Pauls Cathedral, The National Football Museum, The Crown Jewels (Tower of London), The IOC (International Olympic Committee) Museum (Switzerland), Richard the III Visitors Centre, Museum of London, York Minster, Wimbledon Museum, Chopin Museum (Warsaw Poland), Warwick Castle, The Giants Causeway, Ordsall Hall, Ferrari World (Abu Dhabi), Sydney Tower (Australia).


Tubes +Britsh ArtBritsh Art Exhibitions are a brand of World Art Exhibitions Limited,  painters TUBES magazine and TAG (Tubes Artists Gallery) are registered brands of Studio 5 Sweden. ©TUBES2020 ©World Art Exhibitions 2020


painters TUBES magazines and World Art Exhibitions join forces

back issues 5 to 9

TUBES back issue onlineTUBES issue #5  An extensive article on landscape painting from the early Chinese artists to global contemporary painters. Featuring some of the most gifted landscape painters, both known and unknown. “fantastic issue full of great content and information all in a really good read.” one of the comments from readers about this issue. Link: http://online.mobissue.com/badm/hfli/

 

 

TUBES magazinesTUBES issue #6  The Year Review of the magazines with an excellent front page of one of the great North West English Street painters since L.S.Lowry, Dave Coulter. Plus a full review of the exhibitions that year and more. A great magazine issue. Link:

http://online.mobissue.com/badm/daub/

 

 

TUBES issue #7  In this issue… “the pleasure, the passion, the power and the panache of painting”… is well documented by four superb artists – Colin Halliday, Richard Fitton, Patrick Blower and Ian Norris. not to be missed .

Link: http://online.mobissue.com/badm/ftqj/

 

 

TUBES online and print magazinesTUBES issue #8  Shaun Smith is the main artist featured in this issue. He created a huge portfolio of paintings and drawing over three years documenting the construction of the Mersey Gateway Bridge. Designed and part Constructed by Samsung Construction (Korea) it is the largest infrastructure project carried out in the UK since the M25 motorway.

 Link:  http://online.mobissue.com/badm/txag/

 

painters TUBES online and in PRINTTUBES issue #9 – A special edition that tells the whole story of the Industrial Revolution and how Art and artists were affected by the industrial change to the rural society of the UK.
A fabulous issue that was written by Denis Taylor, Artist and writer, first published in the International Art Market Magazine ©denistaylor2015/2016/2018/2019

Link: http://online.mobissue.com/badm/xidy/

TUBES back issues 1 to 4

Fantastic painters TUBES back issues that feature abstract painters and figurative painters from Europe and the USA. Free online direct links to online magazines.

TUBES BACK ISSUES #1 to #4

We are delighted to provide direct links to the first four back issues of painters TUBES magazines – Click the link of each one to read free on line. They are now presented on Tubes new and fantastic Virtual Reality Platform. You can view the magazine on all devices and all operating systems, OSX , Android, Linux or Windows. Bookmark our website to come back whenever you like and from wherever you are.

Tubes issue number One

TUBES issue #1 Tubes issue #1 featured an interview with Ian Norris in his studio in winter of 2015. Ian Norris a highly respected and renown Northern English artist. Tubes art magazine issue #1 Interview- in the studio with Ian Norris.Featured painter has an in depth discussion about his new paintings and the reasoning behind them. Plus- Review of the Exhibition The Northern School a reappraisal and the accompanying Book at Gateway Gallery, Hale, Cheshire. Exciting New move for the Contemporary Six Gallery in Central Manchester Art Education ”what about the kids” What age should Art be taught? Spike’ on Tretchikoff our resident culture critic tells the full story of this most amazing artist who has been ‘put-down’ by the art establishment in the UK but remains the best selling artist in the 20th century.Click here. link: http://online.mobissue.com/badm/fwvl/

Tubes issue number twoTUBES issue #2 In this issue: “in the studio with John Smout,” A painter hidden from view Plus Dave Coulter and the exhibition of the man behind the most famous street in the world. Coronation Street of Granada Television Fame. Also “in the the studio with Chris Cyprus” A new private Gallery sweeps into Cheshire. Cheshire Art Gallery. Spike- the resident critic explains why “Weltgeist” may be important to a painter. Plus an amazing essay written by the late author and professor of Art at Lancaster University, Nigel Whiteley. The essay -Affirmative art in a Disafirmative Climate was written for the Heart 2 Art Exhibition mounted in Stockholm in 2002- Curated and designed by Denis Taylor Artist, Writer and Editor of painters TUBES magazine.
Link: http://online.mobissue.com/badm/yovv/

Painters TUBES magazineTUBES issue #3  Brilliant issue including a great interview with legendary gallery owner Dave Gunning. The Galley owner who re-discovered the great English painter William. Ralph Turner. The full story is told in this issue and the Sunday Telegraph magazine article is also reproduced. Plus- Harry Rutherford. His legacy moving again? Saul Hay, a new gallery opens in the City of Manchester (UK) is it another commercial gallery? Paintings by Steve Capper exhibiting at Gateway Gallery Hale. Plus Hugh Winterbottom new work.      Link: http://online.mobissue.com/badm/wucv/

Tubes issue number fourTUBES issue #4  Abstract from alpha to omega. Academic brilliant article by Denis Taylor. Twentieth Century movements.Cubism to Futurism to Dada. Artists discussed: Braque, Matisse, Delauney, Mondrian,Derain, Gris, Metzinger, Balla, Malevich, Kandinsky, Duchamp. Late twentieth century movements, American Abstract Expressionism to Figurative Expressionism. Artists discussed. Mark Tobey, Mark Rothko, William De Kooning, Clifford Still, Nicholas de Stael, Arshille Gorky, Barnet Newman, Yves Klein, Jackson Pollock, Robert Motherwell, Robert Rauschenberg. 21st Century artists include: John Walker, Kayla Mohammadi, Denis Taylor, Lisa Kreuziger plus several more artists. Link: http://online.mobissue.com/badm/ytgv/