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Forming a contemporary exhibition space spanning four floors, CCA Galleries international showcases some of the best contemporary British art including; paintings, limited edition prints and sculpture.

 

CCA International is at the center of cultural life in Jersey; bringing an opportunity to view and purchase work by leading International and local artists and offering educational opportunities for the community.


JERSEY SUMMER EXHIBITION 2024



Photo by Max Burnett

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CCA Galleries International is calling for visual artists to participate in the Jersey Summer Exhibition 2024, modelled on the annual Royal Academy Summer Show. The exhibited work is selected by a panel of professional artists and displayed for sale in a group exhibition. The Jersey Summer Exhibition is entering its 8th year and it remains the highlight event in the gallery's calendar. It is an opportunity open to both emerging and established artists.

The gallery welcomes all forms of visual art, such as original prints, paintings, drawings, sculptures, films, and photography. CCAI is open to applications from artists who have connections to the island and are working elsewhere, as well as artists living and working in Jersey.

Artists across all mediums are encouraged to apply before the deadline on Sunday 7th April.


 

'Going Home UK'
by Sir Peter Blake



a signed limited edition of 150 original silkscreen prints

Each print has been hand signed by Sir Peter Blake CBE and will be sold to benefit Teenage Cancer Trust. A US version will be available to purchase at a later date to benefit Teen Cancer America. The print measures: 67cm x 68cm'Going Home UK ', has been printed at Coriander Studio London using 410gsm Somerset radiant white satin paper, with each image having 22 colours screen printed with a selected spot high gloss varnish.
On 15 March 2024, Mark Knopfler will release a new, special recording of his anthemic ‘Going Home (Theme From Local Hero)’, to raise funds for Teenage Cancer Trust and its American equivalent Teen Cancer America

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Performed by Mark Knopfler’s Guitar Heroes, produced by his longtime collaborator Guy Fletcher (who has edited the contributions into a 9 minute piece), the track features an unprecedented line-up of some of the greatest guitarists in history. ‘Legendary’ does not begin to cover it - David Gilmour to Ronnie Wood, Slash to Eric Clapton, Sting to Joan Armatrading, Bruce Springsteen to Pete Townshend, Nile Rodgers to Joan Jett, Brian May to Tony Iommi, Sam Fender and many more jaw dropping names.

 

And, in a great honour, the track opens with Jeff Beck’s final recording.

 

Roger Daltrey, Teenage Cancer Trust’s Honorary Patron and co-founder of Teen Cancer America (with Pete Townshend), added harmonica, and Beatles icon Ringo Starr is on drums along with his son Zak Starkey, their two drum tracks switching from one to the other, revealing an unmistakable family style. Sting completes an extraordinary rhythm section on bass.
With artwork designed by Sir Peter Blake (The Beatles, The Who, Band Aid, Paul Weller etc), this release is a landmark in rock music history.

 


 

 

Current Show

DEBBIE CRANE - OPEN HANDS

26 JANUARY - 1 MARCH 2024



Born in Amsterdam in 1964, Debbie Crane moved to Jersey with her family as a young child, since then the Island has been her home.

Life and art are intertwined for Crane whose family, friends, and everyday local life appear in her work.  Debbie Crane has a natural ability in drawing and painting.

Her approach is experimental, much like the children she teaches, making pictures in the moment and with a freedom to delve into the possibilities of colour and texture. What transpires is an authenticity that feels both direct and joyful.

Winner of the Jersey Summer Exhibition 2022, for her painting Greve, Open Hands will be Debbie Crane’s first solo show with CCA Galleries International.

We welcome you to this perfect antidote to the January blues as we open our 2024 programme with a remarkable exhibition full of colour and exuberance.

The show will be open until Friday March 1, 2024. 

If you are unable to visit the exhibition in person click HERE to view the catalogue online.


Gallery opening times Monday - Friday 12:00 - 6:00 PM
Weekends by appointment only.