• London Art Fair


  • Models and Materialities; Confabulation and the Contemporary Still Life

    At the Bay Art Gallery Cardiff 1st till 29th October.

  • Anthology @Charlie Smith Gallery

    Finalist in this years Anthology show at Charlie Smith Gallery in Old St Hoxton.
    show from 5th till 20th of August 2016.

  • Bad to the Bone, solo show at The Contemporary London.

    12 may till 15 June 2016

  • Date posted: 1 December 2015

    London Art Fair
    Stand: The Contemporary London
    Art Projects at the London Art Fair
    Business Design Centre
    52 Upper Street
    London N1 0QH

    Dates: 20 - 24 January 2015
    PV: 19 January, 3 - 9pm (by invitation)

    I'm very excited to announce that I will be showing in the Art Projects section with The London Contemporary at the London Art Fair next month.


  • Date posted: 1 January 2015

    Contemporary Visions V
    Beers Contemporary
    1 Baldwin Street
    London EC1V 9NU

    PV: 29 January, 6 - 9pm
    Exhibition dates: 30 January - 7 March 2015

    Delighted to announce that my work has been chosen for Contemporary Visions V in London. Contemporary Visions V is Beers Contemporary's 5th annual open-call group exhibition. This year, nearly 2,000 entrants were juried by Amanda Coulson (Artistic Director of VOLTA New York/Basel), Paul Carter-Robinson (Editor Artlyst) and Kurt Beers (Director of Beers Contemporary and Author of '100 Painters of Tomorrow'). Check their website and below for more details …

    Gallery Opening Hours:
    Tuesday to Friday: 10am - 6pm
    Saturday: 11am - 5pm
    Sunday & Monday: CLOSED
    *Or by appointment


  • Date posted: 11 December 2014

    London Art Fair
    Stand 5: Beers Contemporary
    Business Design Centre
    52 Upper Street
    London N1 0QH

    Dates: 21 - 25 January 2015
    PV: 20 January, 3 - 9pm

    I'm very excited to announce that I will be showing with Beers Contemporary at the London Art Fair this year.


  • Date posted: 10 October 2014

    Saatchi's New Sensations and The Future Can Wait
    B1, Victoria House, Bloomsbury
    London EC1V 9DR

    Exhibition Dates: 14 - 18 October 2014
    Private View: 13 October 2014, 6.30 - 9 pm
    Public opening hours: 11am – 6pm

    Established in 2007, THE FUTURE CAN WAIT is a direct response to Zavier Ellis' and Simon Rumley's fifteen years’ experience of the London art scene. Having discovered, curated and collected many of the most exciting young and progressive artists during this period, both Ellis and Rumley have become known for identifying rising talent early.

    THE FUTURE CAN WAIT is a multi-disciplinary museum-scale survey show consisting of London based or educated artists, who work in painting, drawing, video, sculpture, performance and installation. Conceived to compliment and complete London's Frieze week, THE FUTURE CAN WAIT represents an ambitious, privately funded and curated show that offers a much needed alternative experience to the art fair routine.

    Located since 2007 in the East End, THE FUTURE CAN WAIT moved to Bloomsbury Square in Central London in 2011 in a new partnership with Saatchi’s New Sensations. The Saatchi Gallery & Channel 4’s New Sensations and THE FUTURE CAN WAIT continues to be London’s biggest curated event during Frieze Week, featuring over 60 artists in a 22,000 sq ft museum quality space.

    New Sensations

  • Date posted: 1 October 2014

    Colorful World
    Nanjing International Art Festival
    Nanjing International Expo Center
    Nanjing, China

    Exhibition Dates: 8 - 14 October 2014

    Colourful World is the largest international art exhibition to be held in China since the founding of New China. It aims to set up a bridge of culture and art between China and foreign countries, select outstanding artists with great potentials, and cultivating well-known artists with global recognition. The 1st Nanjing International Art Festival in 2014 aims to combine artists, art exhibits, masterpiece exhibits and academic forums in a comprehensive and systematic way.


  • Date posted: 29 July 2014

    Anthology 2014 Finalists
    Charlie Smith Gallery
    336 Old Street, 2nd Floor
    London EC1V 9DR

    Exhibition Dates: 1 August - 16 August 2014
    Private View: 31 July 2014, 6.30 - 8.30 pm
    Public opening hours: Wednesday - Saturday 11am – 6pm

    Anthology is an annual open call exhibition with a global outreach, running since 2010. Ten applicants are selected to exhibit at the gallery by a five person jury, from which one winner is selected and awarded a £2,000 cash prize. Previous winners are Tom Ormond, Eric Manigaud and Robert Crosse. The 2014 jury members are Zavier Ellis, Hélène Guérin, Justin Hammond, Marcus Harvey and Jessica Lack.

    Anthology 2014

  • Date posted: 28 May 2014

    Summer Exhibition 2014
    Royal Academy of Arts
    Burlington House, Piccadilly
    London W1J 0BD

    Exhibition Dates: 9 June - 17 August 2014
    Private Viewing Days: 4 - 8 June 2014
    Public opening hours: Saturday - Thursday 10am – 6pm; Friday 10am – 10pm

    Everything you’ll see at the Summer Exhibition represents what is happening in the art world right now. New and recent art created by everyone from emerging artists to the biggest names in contemporary art and architecture. This is the world’s largest open entry exhibition and the Royal Academy have been holding it for nearly 250 years – that’s nine British monarchies, 43 US Presidents, two World Wars and more than 50 British Prime Ministers. Throughout that time, the Summer Exhibition has remained a powerful barometer of the art of each age.


  • Date posted: 10 March 2014

    The Distance Between
    Zeitgeist Arts Projects
    Bond House Gallery, ASC Studios
    Entrance 2, Bond House
    Goodwood Road, New Cross
    London SE14 6BL

    Exhibition Dates: 14 - 29 March 2014
    Private View: 6 - 8.30pm, 11 March 2014
    Opening hours: Friday - Saturday, 1 - 5pm or by Appointment.

    The Distance Between is an exhibition that investigates the tensions and connections between eight artists and their works; spanning drawing, installation, painting and collage. Whilst architecture and art history connect many of the works The Distance Between explores themes of dysfunctional objects, materiality, unfathomable spaces, the systems used to govern the parameters of constructed geometry and fantastical landscapes. Each artist’s considered execution and critical engagement with their subject matter renders this show an intriguing survey of current contemporary practice and artists chosen for their singular vision and the outstanding quality and imagination of their work. Artists include: Katrina Blannin, Rosalind Davis, Jonny Green, Mandy Hudson, Evy Jokhova, Simon Leahy-Clark, Srinivas Surti, Annabel Tilley.


  • Date posted: 10 January 2014

    London Art Fair 2014
    STAND 29: GBS Fine Art Ltd.
    Business Design Centre
    52 Upper Street
    London N1 0QH

    Dates: 15 - 19 January 2014
    VIP preview: 3 - 9pm, 14 January 2014
    Opening hours: Wednesday-Thursday 11am - 9pm; Friday 11am - 7pm; Saturday 10am - 7pm; Sunday 10 - 5pm.

    London Art Fair launches the art world year annually in the UK, showcasing around 120 carefully selected galleries. Museum quality Modern British work features alongside exceptional contemporary work produced by both established artists and new emerging talent. This year's Museum partner is the award winning gallery The Hepworth Wakefield. The 26th edition takes place from 15 - 19 January 2014.

    Stand29 www.gbsfineart.com

  • Date posted: 24 September 2013

    The Zeitgeist Open Exhibition 2013
    Zeitgeist Arts Projects
    Bond House Gallery, ASC Studios
    Entrance 2, Bond House
    Goodwood Road, New Cross
    London SE14 6BL

    Exhibition Dates: 27 September - 5 October 2013
    Private View: 6 - 8.30pm, 26 September 2013
    Opening hours: Friday - Saturday, 1 - 5pm or by Appointment.

    Zeitgeist Arts Projects are proud to present the second annual Zeitgeist Open Exhibition. This year 42 artists were chosen by selectors and fellow- artists Susan Collis, Graham Crowley, Rosalind Davis & Annabel Tilley from the 287 entries received. The idea behind an open exhibition is that it is exactly that: open. Open in all senses: open to all artists, open to all mediums. The open for us is about giving exposure to talented artists, to create networks for them and to discover work that positively shines with new ideas, spanning sculpture, collage, print, photography and painting. Within the selected works there exudes a quiet confidence in each piece.


  • Date posted: 23 September 2013

    The Threadneedle Prize 2013
    for Painting and Sculpture
    Mall Galleries, The Mall
    London SW1

    Exhibition Dates: 25 September - 12 October 2013
    Private view: 6 - 8pm 25 September 2013
    Opening hours: Daily, 10am - 5pm
    Admission Free. All works for sale.

    Founded in 2008, The Threadneedle Prize is the leading competition for figurative and representational painting and sculpture for artists working in the UK and Continental Europe. It is a partnership between the Mall Galleries, home of the Federation of British Artists, and the leading international asset manager, Threadneedle Investments.

    Visit the exhibition at the Mall Galleries in Central London and vote for your favourite work to win the £10,000 Vistors' Choice Award. Voting closes on 9 October. Visitors' Choice Award Winner Announced on 10 October, 6-8pm.


  • Date posted: 18 September 2013

    Macmillan De'Longhi Art Auction 2013
    Royal College of Art, Kensington
    Kensington Gore
    London SW7 2EU

    Exhibition Dates: 19 - 23 September 2013
    Auction: 23 September 2013
    Opening hours: Daily, 10am - 6pm

    On the 23rd September, 71 acclaimed artists will join forces with De’Longhi at the Royal College of Art in Kensington to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support, which has raised over £800,000 to date. Select works will be auctioned by the esteemed auctioneer Oliver Barker, Sotheby's Deputy Chairman, Europe Senior International Specialist Contemporary Art.

    Now in its seventh consecutive year, this year’s auction will be hosted by Donna Air and will see an exciting and eclectic mix of artworks go under the hammer, including photographs, paintings, sculptures and prints. Donations include pieces from an array of high profile and celebrated international artists including Tomma Abts, Adam Dant, Jake and Dinos Chapman,Gordon Cheung, Jonny Green, Maggi Hambling CBE, Alison Jackson, Haroon Mirza, Rankin, Andrew Salgado, Gavin Turk, Mark Wright and many more.


  • Date posted: 4 September 2013

    Trajector Intermezzo Art Fair
    Solo presentation by Carter Presents Gallery.
    rue Royale 250
    B - 1210 Brussels, Belgium

    Exhibition Dates: 5 - 7 September 2013
    Private View: 4 - 7pm, 7 September, by invitation only
    Opening hours: 11am - 3.30pm and 7 - 9pm (sat); 12 - 6pm (sun)

    Trajector Intermezzo Art fair brings together 30 solo and two-person projects by international emerging and mid-career contemporary artists to a Brussels audience.


  • Date posted: 21 June 2013

    Beautiful Things
    curated by Richard Meaghan and presented by Fluff PR
    Next Door Projects
    Unit C19, Albert Dock
    Liverpool, L3 4AF (next to Tate Liverpool)

    Exhibition dates: 21 June – 21 July 2013
    Private View: 6-9pm, Friday 21 June 2013
    Opening hours: Friday to Sunday, 12pm - 5pm

    Beautiful Things brings together some of the best London based artists combined with the leading lights of the North West arts scene.

    Artists include: Aly Helyer, Iain Andrews, Gordon Cheung, Rui Matsunaga, Wieland Payer, Enzo Marra, Phillip Allen, Dan Coombs, Richard Meaghan, Tom Ormond, Jason Thompson, James Quin, Louise Thomas, Henny Acloque, Jonny Green, Rafal Topolewski, Masakatsu Kondo, John Stark, Andrew Foulds, Ian Rayer-Smith, Joe Packer, Alex Gene Morrison, Tim Ellis, Kevin Hunt, Dave Evans, Nicki McCubbing, Matthew Houlding, and Neal Rock.


  • Date posted: 10 April 2013

    Beastly Hall
    curated by Artwise
    Hall Place & Gardens
    Bourne Road, Bexley
    Kent, DA5 1PQ

    Exhibition Dates: 28 March - 1 September 2013
    Private View: 13 April 2013
    Opening hours: Daily 10am-5pm, last entry 4.30pm

    A show founded in the fantastical, Beastly Hall pays tribute to Hall Place's magnificent topiary lawn that features the historic Queen's Beasts, real and mythical creatures that were planted to mark the HM Queen's Coronation in 1953 and still stand proud. With curious parallels to these topiary beasts, the exhibition, curated by Artwise, features contemporary 'creatures' imagined by artists along with subversive responses to the idea of beasts.

    Artists include: Francis Alÿs, Charles Avery, Peter Blake, Jodie Carey, Mat Collishaw, Dorothy Cross, Bouke de Vries, Tessa Farmer, Laura Ford, Nick Goss, Jonny Green, Rachel Goodyear, Thomas Grünfeld, Damien Hirst, Carsten Höller, Hyungkoo Lee, Sarah Lucas, Susie MacMurray, Rui Matsunaga, Damien Meade, Claire Morgan, Polly Morgan, Nina Saunders, Joana Vasconcelos, Carina Weidle, and Hugo Wilson.