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Slowly but surely making new work… Pitchcroft, near the river in Worcester. Enjoying all the green.

10/11/20 – #10daychallenge

Thanks @julie_caves for the #10daychallenge. Here goes: Day 1

5/7/20 – Almost there!

I’ve not managed to keep up the pace with #30works30days but still enjoying working on a small scale with these sketches. Here is number 29

1/4/20 – #30works30days

Over on instagram I’m taking part in #30works30days. I’ve got limited supplies at home but I’m creating small painted sketches based on my walks around Stratford and the Olympic Park. First one is here.

27/6/19 – 21/6/19 – Tangent at The Stone Space gallery.

I will be exhibiting as part of Tangent – an exhibition of artwork by the volunteers who collectively run The Stone Space gallery (an independent not-for-profit gallery in Leytonstone) – and my work was chosen as the image for the flyer.

4/01/19 – New website launched. 

Happy new year! After some technical issues my website is back, new and improved. I am also looking forward to sharing some new work shortly.

24/11/18  – Regeneration Songs: Alberto Duman in conversation with Gillian Swan and Tom Cordell at the Pump House Gallery

I will be taking part in this event to celebrate the recent publication of Regeneration Songs: Sounds of Investment and Loss.

08/11/18 – Sand and Silt exhibition at The Stone Space gallery.

In my role as volunteer organiser at The Stone Space gallery in Leytonstone, I have curated an exhibition exploring how places feed into artists’ practice, including the work of Melissa Campbell, Stephen Dow & Lana Locke. The exhibition runs from 8 Nov – 2 Dec 2018.

20/09/18 – Regeneration Songs: Sounds of Investment and Loss from East London.

I am excited to have photographs and a piece of writing about poetry in the olympic park included as an ‘interlude’ in this book, published by Repeater Books and co-edited by Alberto Duman, Dan Hancox, Malcom James and Anna Minton.

18/01/17 – Exhibition Plans for 2017

I will be exhibiting at Pictorem Gallery on Hoe Street in September 2017. Please join the mailing list to be kept informed of details closer to the time.

21/11/2016 – Open Day at Mitre Studios and Paekakariki Press on Sunday 27th November 

Join us at the studio for prints, sculpture, cards and more plus cake, tea & mulled cider. Sunday July 10th, 10am – 6pm. Mitre Studios, 4 Mitre Avenue, E17 6QG

29/06/2016 – Moving to Mitre Studios

I am looking forward to joining Martin, Esther, Alke and Kirsten at Mitre Studios in August. Their next open studios event (the last featuring departing artist, Della Rees) will be on Sunday July 10th, 10am – 6pm. Mitre Studios, 4 Mitre Avenue, E17 6QG

12/06/2016 – A+D Architecture Showcase 2016

On Thursday 16th June several short films that I created as part of UEL MRes Architecture: Reading The Neoliberal City will be screened at the degree show event, including ‘Draw a line’, a film is inspired by Martin Creed’s Work No. 850 that features runners filmed whilst undertaking a project based around a Situationist inspired ‘dérive’ in Nine Elms. The film can be viewed here.

09/06/2016 – Great Northern Hotel

The work I have on display at The Great Northern Hotel, close to Kings Cross Station, gets a mention in this review of the hotel in the Evening Standard.

27/07/2015 – The Wild Goose Bakery, Leytonstone

In September I will be showing some work at the Wild Goose Bakery in Leytonstone. For further details please join the mailing list here.

02/07/2015 – Leytonstone Arts Trail 2015

On Saturday 4th July 2015, I will be taking part in ‘Hang with us‘, a one day pop up exhibition at Norlington Studios, Leyton in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and as part of the Leytonstone Arts Trail.

16/06/2015 – Art Car Boot Fair, Brick Lane

On Sunday 14 June I took part in the Art Car Boot Fair near Brick Lane as part of ‘Print Battles’, an artist collective converging to create unique editions in print, thanks to Artlyst for the mention in their article about the event.

20/10/2014 – Affordable Art Fair Battersea

Edgar Modern will be showing some of my work at the Affordable Art Fair Batttersea, more details here.

18/09/2014 – The John Ruskin Prize @ The Electrician’s Shop Gallery, Trinity Buoy Wharf

Following its stint at the Millennium Gallery in Sheffield, ‘Recording Britain Now’ will move to London to the Electrician’s Shop Gallery. Occupying an area that was an empty, derelict site just 15 years ago, Trinity Buoy Wharf is a thriving Arts Quarter in the Docklands. The exhibition will take place in November 2014, exact times and dates TBC.

09/09/2014 – Affordable Art Fair New York City

Edgar Modern will be showing some of my work at the Affordable Art Fair in NYC, more details here.

15/07/2014 – TRIBE Prize Exhibition @ Edgar Modern gallery in Bath

I have been shortlisted for the Tribe prize exhibition at Edgar Modern. The exhibition will showcase painting, scuplture and mixed media construction from 13 selected artists.

Private view: Thurs 19 July 18.00 – 20.00, exhibition runs from Thurs 19 July – Sat 2 August

16/06/2014 – Leytonstone Arts Trail 2014

Work from the series ‘The future is brightly coloured’ will be exhibited at The Stone Space gallery in Leytonstone during the Leytonstone Arts Trail. I am making a new large scale relief sculpture for this exhibition and I will be resident in the gallery during the first 4 days (3-6 July) inviting visitors to participate in the further development of this piece.

Private view: Thurs 3 July 18.30 – 20.30, exhibition runs from Thurs 3 July – Sun 13 July

Opening times: Thurs / Fri 14.00 – 16.00, Sat 12.00 – 17.00, Sun 12.00 – 16.00

02/05/2014 – The John Ruskin Prize

‘The future is brightly coloured’ has been shortlisted for the The John Ruskin Prize 2014. It will be shown with other shortlisted works in an exhibition titled ‘Recording Britain Now’ at the Millennium Gallery Sheffield, from 28 June to 12 October 2014 alongside the major V&A touring exhibition ‘Recording Britain’, which chronicles the changing face of the nation during the Second World War.

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