Work Work - Group Show
2nd November - 2nd December 2017, PV: 1st November 6.30-8.30pm

Jo Addison, Buffet d'art, Rachel Cattle, Jenny Dunseath, Adam Gillam, Brian Griffiths, Mark Harris, Hollington & Kyprianou, Kevin Hunt, Dean Kenning, Natasha Kidd, Neill Kidgell, John Lawrence, Anna Lucas, Mary Maclean, Zoë Mendelson, Max Mosscrop, Harold Offeh, Alex Schady, Bob & Roberta Smith, Kate Squires, Emma Talbot, Mandy Ure, Roxy Walsh, We Are Publication, Michelle Williams Gamaker.

Work Work brings together artists who generate part of their income from their involvement in art education. Full-time, fractional, freelance, fixed term; what does it mean to fluctuate between doing work and making it in the orbit of the art school?
In her essay Work Ethic, Helen Molesworth argues that ‘one unifying principle of the extraordinarily heterogeneous field of post World War ll avant-garde art was a concern with artistic labor’. She goes on to explicate this theory by describing the conditions out of which this concern with labour grew and the ways in which artists reacted to the rapidly shifting post industrial world, by characterising themselves as workers.
In 2017, as Brexit looms and academia braces itself, as those in art education debate the professionalisation of their curricula, as the art market becomes increasingly rarified, how should artists see themselves?
Work Work is curated by Jo Addison, Adam Gillam, and Mark Harris.

At Tintype
107 Essex Rd
London N1 2SL





Summer Blue - Group Show
21st July - 29th July 2016, PV: 20th July 6 - 9 pm
Bea Bonafini, Alex Gibbs, Neill Kidgell, David Schroeter and Faye Wei Wei

Summertime mixed with kind of blue, well at least that was how it emerged. Mixed up but sounding right. Cannot make my mind up with the way words slide around.
Sometimes moods do get mixed up. Mixed up and sliding around, not really a way of capturing a moment. Summer blue was a moment though, a moment slipping away like an uncompleted thought. Summers pass and are coloured by passing. They imprint, leave a trace like a kind of blue is a trace. I never heard of summer blue, but it rolled and was there. It names something, a coming together, well something like this. The show would congregate around colour, painterly touch, soft sensuous appearance, aesthetic warmth but also something beneath all of that running contrary. So mixed up without direct translation, something outside naming. That’s all. A subtraction and misrecognition. Text by: Jonathan Miles

At Lychee One
38-50 Pritchards road,
London E2 9BJ



Royal Academy Schools Show
23rd June - 3rd July 2016

Royal Academy Schools



Premiums Interim Projects
13th February - 11th March 2015

Royal Academy of Arts
Burlington Gardens



Fahrenheit 39 travels to Barcelona
20-24 April 2012

Mutuo—Centro de Arte
C/ Julià Portet 5



Fahrenheit 39 seconda edizione
24 - 25 - 26 Febbraio
Galleria d'arte Ninapì - Ravenna

Partecipanti: 0_100 editions, 3/3, Ivan Abbattista, AUT, Automatic Books, Irene Bacchi, Blauer Hase, BlisterZine, Branchie, Lorenzo Bravi, Mauro Bubbico, Giuliano Chimenti, Camilla Candida Donzella, Cesura Publish, Alessandra Dragoni, Edizioni labò, Foto Libreria Galleria, Friends make books, Tommaso Garner, Giulia Giliberto, Caterina Giuliani, Neill Kidgell, Lorenzo Lazzari, Diego Liotta, Silvio Lorusso, Federico Lupo, Emilio Macchia, Eleonora Marton, Mousse Publishing, Giorgia Nardulli, Marco Nicotra, Filippo Nostri, Occulto magazine, Osservatorio fotografico, Paolo Palma, Francesco Piarulli, Jonathan Pierini, Michela Povoleri, Erica Preli, Self publish be happy, SHS Publishing, Leonardo Sonnoli, Strane dizioni, Teiera, Temp, Daria Tommasi, Daniela Venturini, Müge Yilmaz, wow, Zabar.

Un progetto realizzato da Ass Cult Strativari a cura di Emilio Macchia.