On 17th January, I read new poems written especially for this exhibition. A booklet of the poems was available for sale. (Copies still available for £5. Contact me if you’d like one.)
Thanks to Vanja Karas for this photo of me reading:
‘Homunculus’ is a group exhibition curated by Rekha Sameer, ‘in response to the humanitarian crisis caused by mass migration.’ The exhibition included work by many talented artists and the venue is of great interest in its own right.
Facebook event page here
More info about Asylum here
The venue is:
Asylum, Caroline Gardens Chapel, London SE15 2SQ
17 January 2016 12:00 – 20:00
My drawing ‘Crab Hunters’ (2014) will be on show at the Desire Lines Exhibition in Reading during May. I’ll be reading some new poems at the Reception on Tuesday 19th May, and look forward to seeing everyone there.
18 – 24 May 2015
Mon-Fri 3-7, Sat-Sun 11-5.
Meet the artists reception: Tues 19th, 7-9pm
The Keep, 571 Oxford Road, Reading, Berkshire RG30 1HL
Exhibition of work on the ground floor of Brock Keep by OHOS artists as part of West Berkshire and North Hampshire Open Studios. Tours of studios on upper floors.
My drawings from the 365 Drawings Project will be on show at Galerie d’Anières in Switzerland during May 2015
Exhibition open 6th to 17th May 2015
Galerie d’Anières 18 rue Centrale, 1247 Anières, Switzerland
More details here
Re Object is an exhibition curated by Sophie Loss at The Tetley in Leeds. My work, consists of three drawings collectively titled, ‘Interior’ and individually ‘Chop’, ‘Chop Chop’ and ‘Doorstop’.
Pictures of the gallery installation from the opening weekend:
Re object is an exhibition at The Tetley Art Centre complementing the 18th Contemporary Artists’ Book Fair, initiated and curated by Sophie Loss. The works on display are the outcome of sixteen artists’ encounters with the same given object – a wooden wedge.
Louise Atkinson, Marco Cali, Kathryn Faulkner, Judy Goldhill,
Jane Grisewood, Ingrid Jensen, Lydia Julien, Sharon Kivland,
Yaron Lapid, Simon Lewandowski, Sophie Loss, John McDowall,
Steve Perfect, Carl Slater, Chris Taylor, Cally Trench
Private view Friday 6th March 6.00 – 9.00 pm
Exhibition is open from 7th March – 22nd March 2015
The Tetley, Hunslet Road, Leeds LS10 1JQ
My work ‘From darkness, light’ is appearing in the group show ‘God’ curated by Rekha Sameer at Let Work Art Gallery in Pune, India from 18th to 28th December 2014. More details at the gallery website.
The AMBruno ‘Lists etc.’ Project (including my book ‘Bird Oil’) is currently showing at
Leeds College of Art, Vernon Street Library, Leeds, LS2 8PH
1st Sep – 19th Dec 2014
Mon – Thurs 8.30am to 8pm, Fri – 8.30am to 4.30pm
The project is curated by Sophie Loss
Photos by Sophie Loss
Like buses, events arrive inconveniently spaced. This weekend I am involved with the London Art Book Fair at the Whitechapel Gallery and the 365 Drawings Open Day at OHOS in Reading.
I will be at the Whitechapel on Friday 26/9/14. My book ‘Bird Oil’ which is part of the AMBruno ‘Lists’ project and my new print edition ‘The Night Man’ part of the ‘Stills’ project, will be available throughout. Please come along. Details: here.
All the drawings made for ‘365 Drawings’ will be on show at OHOS in Reading on Saturday 27/9/14. There is a substantial series of events, performances and a banquet. I will be reading a new piece called ‘Getting There’ at 12:05. Well worth a visit. Details: here.
Download the Programme.
Installation of my work ‘Fallen Things’ at 365 Drawings exhibition
AMBruno is taking part in the Berlin Liste Fair 17th-21st Sep. We will be showing a selection of our books and prints from the ‘Stills’ Project (including some of mine) to a new audience.
Details of the Fair here.
UPDATE: photos from AMBruno at Berliner Liste
The culmination of our Residency in Atina is an exhibition at the Palazzo Ducale Cantelmo in Atina which opens this evening at 6 PM 11/8/14 and is open 12-13/8/14.
My work has been made at the Asilo Infantile Beatrice where all the artists are staying and where we have our studio space. The Asilo building has been a place of work for many years and each era has brought its own technology for living and working. ‘Fixtures and Fittings’ is a series of drawings that studies these technologies. It focuses on these seemingly inanimate devices as they quietly go about their business of channelling energy; managing the flow of liquids; restraining and releasing the movement of goods and people.
Back in March, my book, ‘Side County and Netson’ was included in the On Landscape #1 exhibition. The project is by Minna Kantonen, Dafna Talmor and Emma Wieslander and explores representations of landscape. A website about the project has now been launched.
On Landscape website
‘Side County and Netson’ at On Landscape