With the arrival of Spring the winterhard Goddesses of Fate have mellowed and some of my long time endeavours have been favourably smiled on.
Firstly I am super pleased to announce that the Ashmolean Museum has acquired a complete set of my The Crying Game prints.
And for those of you who want to see the prints here in London, Julian Page will be showing them at the London Original Print Fair in May.
Secondly my handmade book, Kitab al Fihrist/ Book of Lists, after a catalogue from the 10th C Baghdad bookseller Ibn al Nadim, has been selected for the Kaleid 2016 Collection and will be shown in Oslo and London.
Drawing and painting has been my medium of choice these last few months and some exiting developments are taking place.
I will be joining Jessica Carlisle gallery in London and my first showing with them will be in June this year.
Finally for those who haven’t gotten around to it yet; last opportunity to see my print in the Facing History exhibition at the V&A, the show closes in 5 days time.
This is all from me now,
Hope to see you with a spring in your step
05 > 08|05|2016
London Original Print Fair, with Julian Page
Royal Academy of Arts
Burlington House , Piccadilly , London W1J 0BD
11 > 13|05|2016
KALEID 2016 Collection
Kunsthogskolen Oslo, Norway
20 > 22|05|2016
Friday 20th May, 6 – 8pm: Opening
Saturday 21st – Sunday 22nd May, 10 – 6pm
Offprint London 2016 – KALEID 2016 Collection
Bankside, London SE1 9TG
Till 24 April 2016
Facing History: Contemporary Portraiture
Displays, Gallery 88a
Victoria and Albert Museum
Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL
Essay by Philip Vann for the forthcoming book on the Ruth Borchard Next Generation Collection
Essay by Nan Mulder for Printmaking Today