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O N C A Print Show

6 June8 June

ONCA Print Show brings together a unique collection of local printmakers alongside archival artists whose work has been shown in previous exhibitions over the years. If you love print then you will love this show.

Across three days and one evening, the gallery will be open to view and purchase an array of prints supporting local artists and ONCA to do what we do together best, make art happen.


Wednesday 5 June, 6:30 – 8:30pm: Print Show Launch Party

Thursday 6 June, 1:30 – 5:30pm

Friday 7 June, 1:30 – 5:30pm

Saturday 8 June, 1:30 – 5:30pm


Auxi Garcia is as a veterinary surgeon with a passion for drawing and printmaking, recently pursuing a BA in Art. As a Spanish immigrant living in England, Auxi has an interest in identity and the shared ground between different cultures. Through volunteering in inclusive art projects, Auxi has developed a deep regard for how people with different backgrounds and abilities can create astonishing artwork if given the resources and opportunities.

Fox Fisher is an artist, author, filmmaker and trans campaigner who was awarded an Honorary Doctorate for their work on trans issues in the media. Their work weaves themes of time, nature, sacred geometry and animals to create one-off screen-prints and limited editions on wood and cotton rag paper, in gold, pastels and neon ink. Fox is an active contributor to the artistic heartbeat of institutions like Tate Modern, Whitechapel Gallery, and the V&A. Fox extends their expertise in screen-printing at Ink Spot Press, England and has been acquired for collections at Soho House.

Nick West is a Brighton-born artist who studied Fine Art in Canterbury at KIAD, where he specialised in Graphic Fine Art. Based in the traditions of printmaking, photography, and bookbinding, GFA applied a publishing ethos to art forms including installation, performance, and video art.Nick makes book-like objects and language-like prints. He is interested in the physicality of books, in how tangible words are, and in what abstract geometric patterns they represent – Nick is organising the first Brighton Art Book Fair.

Nalo Solo is a visual artist, illustrator, graphic designer, writer and spoken word poet. Her work questions how to rebuild the self and surrounding community with authenticity and ethical practice whilst still stuck in regressive systems and negotiating the long term after effects of trauma on physical and mental health. Reaffirming the self whilst rejecting individualism. Nalo studied BA Graphic Design and Illustration at Central Saint Martins, UAL, followed by MA Visual Arts, specialising in Illustration at Camberwell College, UAL.

Josef Cabey was born in London, relocating to Brighton in 2003. He was educated at Newham College East Ham (Dip, Art & Design), Central St Martins (BA Hons, Graphic Design), and University of Brighton (MA Information Studies) where he is also a part time Academic Librarian in the school of Art & Media. Josef has also practiced as a freelance illustrator and graphic designer.

You can find out about the archival artists exhibiting at ONCA Print Show by visiting.

Artwork is ‘Going for a walk’ by Josef Cabey.


6 June
8 June
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