In May I was in conversation with the director Roberta Cremoncini reflecting on the work…
The department of Prints & Drawings at the British Museum have recently acquired 11 of my prints to add to their holdings of my work. These include a number of recent wood cuts made from laser cut blocks.
The Arts Council acquired some new prints to add to their holdings of my work, one of which is included in The Printed Line touring exhibition at the following venues;
11 January – 1 March, Burton Art Gallery, Bideford
7 March – 26 April, The Beaney, Canterbury
9 May – 11 July, Inverness Museum & Art Gallery
25 July – 5 September, Kirkby Gallery, Knowsley
19 September – 15 November, City Museum & Art Gallery, Worcester
28 Nov – 14 Feb 2021, The Granary Gallery, Berwick
I was invited to work on a short film to accompany the exhibition.
My exhibition Temporarily Accessioned: Freud’s Coat and other works will be at The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge in Canterbury 23 May and 19 July 2020. This is a further exhibition of work made for the Freud Museum’s in London & Vienna and will include additional works which engage with the Beaney’s permanent collection.
The History Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina acquired my installation Seven Sweaters for Nermin Divović (2018) for their permanent collection. This piece forms part of my paper An artists response to the Siege of Sarajevo which is published in the Journal of Visual art Practice.
My work has been selected for the International Triennial of Contemporary Prints of Liège May 2020.
Ruins II & Ruins III (woodcuts) have been selected for the exhibition False Memory at Rugby Art Gallery & Museum 28 March – 30 May 2020
My extended essay, The making of Paula Rego’s Nursery Rhymes is published in the first issue of Impact Printmaking Journal and a feature on my work is included in the latest edition of Printmaking Today. I have given talks in both Milton Keynes and Edinburgh to accompany the exhibition Paula Rego: Obedience and Definace.