RBSA Next Wave 2018
It has been exciting and very rewarding to curate RBSA Next Wave 2108, which runs from 3-22 September. This is a biennial project that began in 2014. The project includes an exhibition of work by artists within ten years of their last arts qualification. The project also aims to support and promote the exhibitors to help them develop their career in the arts sector. At the end of the Next Wave exhibition, four exhibitors were awarded Next Wave Associateship of the Society, providing them with three years of associate membership and an opportunity to help inform and develop the direction of the Society.
New Art West Midlands: Five Years On
Some of my most recent drawings are now on show in New Art West Midlands: Five Years On, at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, curated by Indra Khanna, February 3rd – May 13th. This image is from the private view 15th February. A publication edited by Indra Khanna and printed in association with this exhibition for New Art West Midlands is also available to download.
A recent drawing will be exhibited in the upcoming RBSA New Curators: Watercolour Exhibition at the RBSA Gallery, Birmingham 15th – 24th June.
Solo exhibition Altered Territories opens 26th April at Burt Hall, Northumbria University to coincide with Northumbria University Faculty of Arts, Design and Social Sciences Post Graduate Research Conference 2017.
A recent drawing will be exhibited in Drawn at RWA, Bristol (1st April – 4th June). ‘Drawn is a biennial open submission drawing exhibition, which aims to explore the boundaries of drawing and celebrate it as both an autonomous discipline and an interdisciplinary tool.’
RBSA Next Wave 2016
Paper, Table, Wall and After in Taiwan
Recent drawings have been selected for this New Curators: Exploring Drawing exhibition at the RBSA Gallery, Birmingham that investigates examples of contemporary drawing practice by RBSA Members and Associates (2 November – 28 November 2105)
My work will be installed as part of Game Over at Newman Brothers Coffin Works, Birmingham (28 April – 24 July 2015)
‘This fascinating exhibition presents new artwork inspired by the visit of artists and designers to the Coffin Works.
The Birmingham museum is located in the one-time Jewellery Quarter home of the Newman Brothers, a company renowned for producing some of the world’s finest coffin furniture – including fittings for the funeral of Churchill, Chamberlain and the Queen Mother.
The artwork on show embraces the ‘nature and thematic of the museum, juxtaposing history with contemporary examination’.’
Birmingham What’s On: May 2015
Recent exploratory drawings will be exhibited in this group show that explores how contemporary artists might utilize the special properties of paper