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IN THE PRESS

United & City Artwork for SKY’s Manchester Derby Trailer October 2015

The first derby of 2015-16 season between United and City had SKY want to feature Bernard’s Art in the build up to the match.

Fernandinho unveils new World Cup paintings at Bem Brasil Manchester

An interview with Picking Sides artist Bernard Kelly about his new paintings and also the unveiling with Manchester City Star Fernandinho.

Bristol City FC Supporters offer Leeds ’74 print!

The Bristol City Supporters Club & Trust are selling exclusive prints, celebrating the 40th anniversary of the club’s historic FA Cup win over Leeds United.

Take a look!

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Picking Sides Featured on LFC TV!

Former player Ian Callaghan unveiled Bernard’s new paintings, which feature a range of players eligible for World Cup selection from both Liverpool and Everton.

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Endorsement from Gordon Taylor OBE from the PFA

“The Professional Footballers’ Association is an enthusiastic supporter of artists’ images and expressions of the game. The Association has a growing collection of work, from L S Lowry’s “Going to the Match”, to iconic photojournalism and sculpture. The Association is particularly keen to promote football through contemporary art. Bernard Kelly’s work in his exhibition “Picking Sides” is strongly modern in feel, calling to mind Andy Warhol’s images from the 1960’s, and the Pop Art movement from that time. The ideas behind some of the pictures, themes of racism and homophobia, bring the collection right up to date. We are very pleased to add Bernard’s work to our collection and to support the exhibition “Picking Sides”.”

TaylorGordon  Taylor OBE,
Chief Executive,
The Professional Footballers’ Association

MUTV’s Special Report on the Picking Sides Grand Opening

MUTV’s exclusive report on the opening night of the first ever Picking Sides gallery. Featuring interviews with the artist Bernard Kelly as well as special guest Dennis law

Picking Sides Featured on the PFA Website!

The first ever Picking Sides gallery was sponsored by the Professional Footballers’ Association. They promoted the event via their website as well as on Twitter and Facebook which resulted in a huge turnout including several famous faces!

Take a look

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