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24/03/2019 23:16

Sea Fever Literary Festival

The Sea Fever Literary Festival in The Maltings, Wells-next-the-Sea will take place between Friday 10th May and Sunday 12th May 2019.   Andrew Rafferty and Kevin Crossley-Holland will be talking about their colloboration.     The programme is now out and tickets go on sale on 27th...
30/01/2019 10:53

SEAHENGE: A JOURNEY

The new book with Kevin Crossley-Holland is currently being printed and will be published on 1st May 2019.  Kevin's poem sequence is accompanied by 28 images, colour and black/white.  The style of the images is radical and challenging.  Take a look at the front cover to get a...
12/11/2018 23:17

New Book

Exciting news!  The new collaboartion with Kevin Crossley-Holland will be released in the new year. Although many details are to be confirmed, May is looking very promising.  More details soon.
23/01/2018 14:21

Resurgence

Andrew Rafferty's collaboration with Kevin Crossley-Holland is the subject of an article in the January/February Resurgence and Ecologist.  Four poems from Kevin Crossley-Holland's poem 'Seahenge – A Journey' are printed alongside two images.
05/11/2017 00:00

Coming Soon. The Stones Remain in iBooks

UPDATE: The Stones Remain is to be re-released in 2019 as an iBook.  This is not just an electronic copy of the original, but a re-imagination of the work for a new generation.  The work will have many new features that are only possible in iBooks.  Come back to this page for further...
28/12/2012 17:59

Art Below at Angel

Andrew will once again exhibit an image with Art Below.  Angel tube station will be the venue for two weeks in January 2013 from 14/01/13 until 28/01/13.  More details to follow.
20/08/2010 23:25

Publications

21/07/2010 21:23

Art Below

Andrew Rafferty has joined that elite set of 'underground' artists, called Art Below.  His work 'Perfidy' is a new version of the work which was a part of the 'Passion' exhibition. It will be on show at Old Street Tube Station, Northern Line, Platform 1, Northbound from 2 August to 16 August...
16/04/2010 17:21

Passion at The Crypt

Andrew Rafferty's exhibition in the Crypt Gallery of St Pancras Church, London has received critical acclaim.  Shown over the Easter season, the 14 works were Rafferty's photographic interpretation of the Passion of Christ.  Not only were the works all photographically based, but they...
15/02/2009 17:54

Video Work

Andrew Rafferty's Video Work begins with February Wind by Attilio Bertolucci, translated and read by Peter Rafferty.

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