Friday, August 09, 2019

SummerZine


Do you love the Supermodels of the 90s? Do you also love zines?
If you do then come along to the Transition Gallery SummerZine this Saturday, where I will be selling my series of new Supermodel zines.This one features my fave from back in the day Christie Turlington ❤️ Who is your favourite?

SummerZine
10th August 2019
12pm - 6pm

Transition Gallery
110a Lauriston Road
London E9 7HA
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Celebrate summer in divine DIY style by visiting our self-publishing fete on Saturday 10 August from 12–6pm.

SummerZine will be a smorgasbord of special offers, inky delights, readings, workshops, paper-art, upcycling, postcards, artists books, prints, cakes and corsages!

1pm - Alex Michon 'Deciding to DIY' - the curator of SummerZine will give a brief talk on samizdat, she-punks and self publishing
3pm - Stuart McKenzie will be reading from his publication 'An Account of Frederick McKenzie Playing Johnny Cash Covers at Strangeways Prison, Manchester, 1973'

Other participating artists/publishers include Sarah Doyle, Liv Myers, Wind in the Trees, Bette Blanchard, Elizabeth Joseph (AFROZINE), Alli Sharma, Sophie Cero, Stefan Alexander, Rebecca Hilton and more and there will of course be some very special offers on Transition's own publications Arty and Garageland

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Miniscule Venice


I am currently showing a new piece of work at the Venice Bienalle in the Miniscule Venice, curated by Vanya Balogh. The work features miniature artworks no larger than a matchbox.




Miniscule Venice
Fondamenta Sant’Anna 996 Castello 30122, Venezia. Italia
11/05/2019 — 21/07/2019
Curated by Vanya Balogh
In Association with Cross Lane Projects,  Kendal.


Artists @ Miniscule Venice

Rebecca Scott GB, Danny Pockets GB, Cedric Christie Jamaica, Vanya Balogh Croatia, Piyali Ghosh India, Sarah Doyle GB, Emma Croft GB, Gavin Turk GB, Plinio Villagran, Galindo Guatemala, Teo Robinson Canada, Tomaz Kramberger Slovenia, Emanuel, Fanslau Germany, Jeanne Susplugas France, Marisa Polin Mexico, Mario Sanchez Varas Spain, Tiziana Mandolesi Italy, Katya Kan Kazhakstan, Noriko Uno Japan, Birgit Jensen Germany, Paul Hazelton GB, Sarah Pager GB, Ann Grim France, Christopher Clack GB, Natalia Ryabova Russia, Graham Tunnadine GB, Christina Lorimer GB, KeelerTornero GB, Jochen Saureacker Germany, Lucinda Burgess GB, Maria Jose Arceo GB, Toby Bricheno GB, Sarah Goldbart GB, Noel Grassy Macken GB, MIA C GB, Andrew Stys Poland, La Lianna Italy, Nerys Mathias GB, Venetia Nevill GB, Keith Ball GB, Gzillion Artist GB, Ray Gange GB, Ibby Doherty GB, Mahaut Harley Leca France, Olga Jurgenson Estonia, Liz Sheridan GB, Jessica Bailey GB, Daleya Marohn Ethiopia, India Roper-Evans Hungary, Guy Haddon Grant GB, Sarah Sparkes GB, Ian Thompson GB, Roger Clarke GB, Meriilis Riinne Estonia, Meg Shirayama Japan, Mandee Gage GB, Georgina McNamara GB, Deborah Bee Artist GB, Anita Bryan GB, Paul Tucker GB, Jon Baker GB, Dannielle Hodson GB, Tommy Seaward GB, Vanja Karas Serbia, Toni Gallagher GB,  Carole Pearson GB, Russell Terry GB, Cathy Gale GB, Lauren Baker GB, Beverley Isaacs GB, Athena Constantinou Cyprus, Alex Ruffini Italy, Michal Cole GB, Petra Lea GB, Spizz Energi GB, Dimtrios Oikonomou Greece, Carloline Gregory GB, Paul Tecklenberg GB, Pascal Rousson France, Veronica Shimanovskaya Russia/USA, Alex Ruffini Italy, Steven Pettengell GB, Melissa Alley GB, Joanna McCormick GB, Tisna Westerhof Holland, Kety Balogh Croatia, Maria Teresa Gavazzi Italy, Alice Herrick GB, Thomas J Ridley GB, Sarah Kogan GB, Susan Haire GB, Almuth Tebbenhoff Germany, Alex Hinks GB, Jason Gibilaro Brasil, Gabriel Mulvey Switzerland, Vera Jefferson GB, Jane Grisewood USA, Kate Gilman Brundrett GB, John Stephens GB, Anna Fairchild GB, John Plowman GB, Fiona McAuliffe Artist Forte GB, Penelope Payne GB, Keiko Owada Japan, Susana Sanroman Spain, Farah Ishaq GB, Anne Leigniel GB, Gina Southgate GB, Angela Wright GB, Katya Kan Kazakhstan, Susan Schulman USA, Neda Dana-Haeri Iran, Toby Morgan GB, Hermione Allsopp GB, Jim Roseveare GB, Maslen & Mehra GB, Riitta Hakkarainen Estonia, Fiona Haines GB, Steve Smith GB, Mary T Spence GB, Nicole Barclay GB, Natalija Jezova Russia, Carol Wyss Germany, Nicola Hicks GB, Geraldine Swayne Ireland, Elli Lestas Cyprus, Edward Croft-Balogh GB, Glenn Fitzy Fitzpatrick GB, Ian Wolter GB


Friday, March 22, 2019

Miniscule Part 2


I will be showing a new miniature work painted with nail polish at the Miniscule Part 2 show at Cross Lane Projects

Miniscule Part 2
Curated by Vanya Balogh

23 March to 18 May 2019

Preview Friday 22 March, 6-8pm
Talk by the curators Thursday 18 April, 7pm

Cross Lane Projects
Cross Lane, Kendal,
Cumbria LA9 5LB
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Exhibition details
Miniscule Part 2 could be regarded as a bijou sociological experiment; over 220 artists have taken up the invitation to submit a diminutive art object of any genre or media but with one simple proviso: the maximum size of the work is that of the common matchbox; 2” by 1.5”.
Thinking small and making small is a unique position and while some artists specialise in the miniature or reductive ideas and might consider it a regular part of their creative output, many more do not. For most of the artists participating in Miniscule, the format is an intriguing challenge; a stimulus or provocation; potentially a playful distraction from their standard artistic practice. The exhibition includes established and upcoming artists from the UK and around the world.
This diverse exhibition presents carefully considered, imaginative but seriously tiny, fragile art objects – an exquisite mass of breeding minisculism. As curator Vanya Balogh describes “Here we will find a toy-box destruction derby of high-concept in abject competition, a kaleidoscope cross-cut of current making and thinking but one set in an equal arena, although admittedly it may be biased towards the ‘less is more’ camp. Is an object to be judged by its size? Does size really matter? Can we say that the London Eye has more impact on the art world than a bicycle wheel?”
Miniscule Part 2 is a sequel to the exhibition Miniscule curated and devised by artists Vanya Balogh and Jim Racine, and presented at Oblong Gallery, London in June 2010.


Artists included in Miniscule Part 2 at Cross Lane Projects:
Ozgul Arslan, Kunbo Meng, Sarah Doyle, David Redfern, Jill Gibson, Martha Parsey, Paul Hazelton, Riitta Hakkarainen, Liz Sheridan, Thomas J Ridley, Marisa Polin, Sarah Pager, Anna Mortimer, Jim Racine, Meriliis Rinne, Bob Lawson, Mandee Gage, Mahaut Harley Leca, Anna Fairchild, Steve Pettengell, Tabitha Knight, Angela Wright, Maslen & Mehra, Tisna Westerhof, Penelope Payne, Ashley Scott Fitzgerald, Toby Morgan, Susan Supercharged, Susan Haire, Catherine Syl, Tracey Moberly, Fiona Haines,  Emma Croft, Maria Teresa Gavazzi, Tiziana Mandolesi, Jeanne Susplugas, Ben Hopper, India Roper-Evans, Christopher Clack, Andrew Stys, Noel Grassy Macken, Thomas Behling, Michael Petry, Elli Lestas, Phillip Raymond Goodman, Vanya Balogh, Kerry Baldry, Veronica Shimanovskaya, Sooz Belnavis, Stefan Draschan & Kinga Jakabffy, John Plowman, Joseph Sakoilsky, Susan Schulman, Alina Gavrielatos, Piyali Gosh, Susana Lopez Fernandez, Venetia Nevill, Almuth Tebbenhoff, Keeler Tornero, Pascal Rousson, Vera Jefferson, Toko Yamamoto, Natalija Jezova, Toby Bricheno, Jason Gibilaro, Tommy Seaward, Sripey J Kemfor, Richard Ducker, Mary T Spence, Joanna McCormick, Christina Mitrentse, Dimitrios Oikonomou, Alex Hinks, Cadi Froehlich, Ibby Doherty, Mark Wigan, Spizz Energi, EC, Kate Terry, Rebecca Scott, Mark Woods, Alejandro Pintado, Stimulus Ltd, Karen Ay, Anne-Mie Melis, EDZ, Teo Robinson, Brent Wahl, Tim Lewis, Nina Atevic-Murtic, Louise Riley, Ingrid Zee, Mark McGowan, Viktor Popovich, Liz Bailey, Sol Archer, Daniel Devlin, FREEE, Urban XXX, Maurizio De Angelis, Geraldine Swayne, Emily Mould, Herzog Dellafiore, Bruce Mclean, Nina Saunders, Daniel Soyer, Petros Chrisostomou, Georgina McNamara, Francisco Da Mata, Kety Balogh, Bruce Campbell, Kate Stewart, Yanai Segal, Severed Heads Collective, Brad Pitts & Downey Juniors, Catherine Du Pont Marseille, Anita Bryan, Stacie McCormick, Toni Gallagher, Jane Grisewood, Clive Burton, Caroline Gregory, Jane Karan, Zbigzibni Morecki, Lizzie Sykes, JL Reed, Kate Kotcheff, Fiona McAuliffe Artist Forte, Nicholas Cheeseman, Desdemona Varon, Gabriel Mulvey, Rebecca Feiner, Amy Warwick, Julia Maddison, Gina Southgate, Sabine Wannenmacher, Neda Dana-Haeri, Gordon Faulds, Deborah Bee Artist, Nicole Barclay, Keith Ball, Hannah Campion, Nadia Ballan, Calum F Kerr, Cathy Gale, Andrea Robinson, Doug Haywood, Beverley Isaacs, Paul Coombs, Meg Shirayama, Alice Herrick, Dannielle Hodson, Jessica Bailey, Miyuki Kasahara, John Stephens, Vanja Karas, Maria Jose Arceo, Melissa Alley, Paul Tecklenberg, Yael Atzmony, Eti More, Avivit Segal, Arie Berkowitz, Sarah Goldbart, Olga Jurgenson, Alexandre Bianchini, Kaori Homma, Graham Watson, Heather Cowie, Kate Gilman Brundett, Jude Cowan Montague, Annie Luke Turner, Mike Healey, Atty Bax, Sarah Kogan, Liz Helman, Petra Lea, Natasha Vicars, Mona K, Noriko Uno, Keiko Owada, Rigulio Graak, Susana Sanroman, Nicola Hicks, Birgit Jensen, Jochen Saueracker, Julius Hinks, Stella Whalley, Lucinda Burgess, Cassandra Mahoney, Leila Houston, Tomaz Kramberger, Daleya Marohn, Michael Croft, Didi Nobin, Roger Clarke, Guy Haddon-Grant, Katya Kan, Roberto Ekholm, Patrick Colhoun, Graham Tunnadine, Sylvie Rodriguez, Ai Wei Wei, Ruby Alice McCormick, Hermione Allsopp, Nerys Mathias, Max Sudhues, James Bell, Sarah Sparkes, Mervyn Syna, Russell Terry, Sarah Buckle, Ann Grim, Eva Raboso, Andrea Morucchio, Ray Gange, Michelangelo Arteaga, Mario Sanchez Varas, Glenn Fitzy Fitzpatrick, Dr Von Hugo, Nancy Fouts, Emanuel Fanslau, Gzillion Artist, Peter Suchin, Steve Smith, Ian Thompson, Martha Mai McCormick, Alan Ardiff, Gavin Turk, Cathy de Monchaux,  Martin Greenland, Charlie Whinney, Catherine Lorimer, Kate Davis & David Moore, Julian Cooper, Clayton Woods, Paul Tucker, Paul Sakolisky and Carole Pearson.


Wednesday, February 06, 2019

Four Legs Good Two Legs Bad


I will be showing new work at the Four Legs Good Two Legs Bad exhibition to celebrate Chinese new year, which this year is the year of the pig. My piece Baubo is inspired by the Goddess of mirth in Greek mythology. An old woman who was bawdy and sexually liberated, her family were pig farmers so she is sometimes depicted riding on the back of a pig.


Experience the myriad artist responses to the theme of Year of the Pig, 'Four legs good, two legs bad', a quote from George Orwell's prescient 1945 book Animal Farm.

Urban, underground, it is the contemporary art antidote to the flock wall paper & institutionalized art of the national Gallery just 200 yards away. Here, below street level you can encounter anything and probably will.

Chance upon a lone tap dancer, discover installations about
race, gender and migration. Hear Euro Asian electronic music, watch an adult interpretation of fairytale, the Three Little Pigs via Butoh Dance. Witness an invitation to dinner with a twist, visually consider capitalism and ecology, visit a paper theatre, and think about pigs in ancient literature. Walk on Brex-it poetry, question the meaning of wealth and happiness and much more. Energetic, irreverent, thought provoking and fun. We look forward to you joining us underground!.

#CNYLondon is the largest celebration in the world (outside Asia) with Trafalgar Square, Leicester square and China Town hosting over 300, 000 visitors enjoying everything from dragon dances, martial arts, parades to pyrotechnics and Chinese cuisine.

San Nin Faai Lok / Xin Nian Kuai Le / Happy New Year 2019

Curated by Rebecca Feiner / An Elements Gallery Project
For press info ; elementsgalleryprojects@gmail.com
Twitter : twitter.com/ElementsGallery

Q- Park Leicester Sq, Whitcomb St, WC2H 7DT
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Grand Opening: Sun Feb 10th- 12- 8pm
Other hours Thurs Feb 14th- 2- 7pm
Fri Feb 15th - 2-7pm
Closing event Sat Feb 16th - 2-9pm

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Now in it's 7th year, Q-Park exhibitions were originally conceived by artist curators Vanya Balogh and Cedric Christie supported by Geoffrey Leong Foundation with media partner Artlyst.

Q Park Leicester square , 41 Whitcomb St, WC2H 7DT London, United Kingdom