Michelle Williams Gamaker is in All About You, a group show curated by Alex White, at The Koppel Project Hive, London 5 April – 3 May
Nine of Tintype’s Essex Road short films are being screened in Strangelove Time Based Media Festival in Folkestone 23 March, curated by Tony Grisoni. Works by Jordan Baseman, Helen Benigson, Sebastian Buerkner, Benedict Drew, George Eksts, Judith Goddard, Tony Grisoni, Xiaowen Zhu, and Andrew Luka Zimmerman were all made for Tintype’s annual Essex Road programme.
Jo Addison and Bill Leslie are in conversation at Freelands Foundation, London on the 21 February.
Madalina Zaharia participates in the group show Mimesis; Narrative; Against hegemony; an exhibition celebrating 10 years of Peer Sessions 26 Jan – 16 Feb at A.P.T.Gallery, London
Michelle Williams Gamaker’s film House of Women is showing in a new exhibition entitled Women Protest Power at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery from 10th November 2018 – 31st March 2019. The exhibition is held as part of the Arts Council Collection’s National Partners Programme in association with Birmingham Museums Trust.
Michelle Williams Gamaker’s film House of Women is being screened at the International Short Film Festival, Winterthur, Switzerland Nov 6 – 11. It is showing in a section called The Female Gaze, part of the This is Britain programme. Gamaker Williams is appearing on a panel with Ayo Akingbade.
Jo Addison, Adam Gillam, and Alice Walton are part of the group show Tiggers Brown at Kinsgate Project Space, London 17 Nov – 17 Dec
Jennet Thomas is featured as the SPOTLIGHT artist at this year’s Cologne Short Film Festival on Thursday 15th November, showing a mini retrospective of works including: Sharony, The Unspeakable Freedom Device, Animal Condensed>Animal Expanded#1&2. Thomas will also be presenting a live performance of I Am Your Error Message.
George Eksts is one of the many artists, writers, designers and musicians asked to choose and annotate a text for The Annotated Reader, an exhibition and publication at 9b Cork Street, London. The Annotated Reader is an exhibition-as-publication, or publication-as-exhibition curated by Ryan Gander and Jonathan P. Watts. 4 – 13 October
Madalina Zaharia is showing work in the group show Pre History Romanian Art Now, at Suprainfinit, Bucharest, 13 Sept – 26 Oct
For the final week of the Whitechapel Open, George Eksts took over the Gallery’s Instagram.
Taking as a starting point the front covers of the last 50 years of Control Magazine, artists Ross Taylor and Madalina Zaharia presented ‘Reading as Rhythm’, a series of immersive vocal performances exploring the visual legacy of the magazine and transforming its pictorial language into rhythm and words.
George Eksts is one of the 22 artists selected by curators, critics and collectors. The London Open showcases the most exciting art being made in the capital today. 8 June – 26 August
Jost Münster’s work is part of the group show Painting Notes at Art Seen, Nicosia, Cyprus, 4 May – 22 June
Jennet Thomas’s film The Unspeakable Freedom Device was screened at the CCA (Centre for Contemporary Arts), Glasgow as part of Glasgow International, followed by an in-conversation between Jennet Thomas and GI Director Richard Parry
Jost Münster’s solo exhibition Flirt Tricks opens at 1961 Projects, Singapore, 21 April – 16 June
Jennet Thomas’s Animal Condensed>>Animal Expanded#1 is presented at Poppositions, an annual assembly in Brussels of international galleries, artist initiatives and project spaces, 18 – 22 April
Untitled (Eternal, Pas de Deux, Plié), a short film made by Anna Lucas and Alice Walton, is part of Late at the Tate, St Ives on 13 April, a special event to tie in with the exhibition Virginia Woolf – An Exhibition Inspired by her Writings.
Jost Münster’s work is in the large group show Malevolent Eldritch Shrieking, curated by Paul Morrison, 24 March – 5 May, Attercliffe TM, Sheffield
Jennet Thomas’s Animal Condensed>>Animal Expanded #2 is showing at Peninsula Arts, Plymouth 2nd – 29th March in an artists’ showcase with Georgie Grace and Serial Composition
Ivan Gallery, Bucharest is presenting Madalina Zaharia’s work alongside the influential Romanian artist Paul Neagu at ARCO Madrid, 21 – 25 February
Suki Chan was selected for Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN)’s development programme, New Approaches. She is developing Conscious, a feature length film for both gallery presentation and theatrical distribution.
Jo Addison is participating in Fully Awake, curated by Ian Hartshore & Sean Kaye at Studio Pavilion, House for Art Lovers, Glasgow 4 – 19 November
Suki Chan’s Still Point is part of a three-day moving image event in Liverpool 28 – 30 September focusing on films by artists based in Asia and its diaspora. misty clouds scattered colours is organised by Edouard Malingue Gallery and supported by key organisations in the North West.
Jost Münster has a solo exhibition at Galerie Mirko Mayer, Cologne 16 Sept – 20 Nov.
Madalina Zaharia is in Tender Buttons, a joint presentation with Fran Meana at Salón project space, part of Apertura – Madrid’s Gallery Weekend 15 – 17 September.
Lynne Marsh’s film Anna and the Tower is being screened at the Babylon Cinema, Berlin 9 Sept as part of Good to Talk – 46 hours in conversation, to inaugurate the work’s release in Videoart at Midnight Editions
Adam Gillam is showing work in Im In The Garden at Foal Art, Ryde, Isle of Wight 30 June – 9 July. Curated by Joanne Hummel-Newell. Friday 14 July: Artists in conversation with Jonathan Parsons
Remai Modern’s newest web commission, is Taking Positions, by Lynne Marsh. The project will be featured on the museum’s website from June 1-30.
Taking Positions is a performance-for-screen that was recorded in the empty gallery space of Kunsthaus Dahlem in Berlin.
Jennet Thomas’s Animal Condensed> Animal Expanded #1 has been selected for Plymouth Contemporary which takes place at two venues, Karst and Peninsula Art Gallery, 15 July – 2 September.
Suki Chan’s Lucida II and Lucida III are showing at Asia House 14 June – 30 June. There is an accompanying one day event The Lucida Symposium: Vision in History, Theory and Practice on Thursday June 29
Asia House, 63 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7LP
Lynne Marsh has a solo exhibition at Berlinsche Gallery Museum of Modern Art, Berlin 5 April – 1 May. Three of Marsh’s films The Philharmonie Project (Bruckner: Symphony No. 5, movements 1 & 4), Anna and the Tower, and Resurrection Restoration are being shown.
Jennet Thomas’s film Animal condensed>Animal Expanded#1 is showing at the European Media Arts Festival 2017, in Osnabrück, Germany, in their programme ‘Staged States’, April 2017.
Animal condensed>Animal Expanded#1 has been nominated for the EMAF international award.
Lynne Marsh’s film Plänterworld is being shown at Experiments in Cinema, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 18 – 23 April
Five of Tintype’s Essex Road films have been selected for the Strangelove Film Festival in Folkestone. Films by Andrew Kötting, Anna Lucas, John Smith, Jennet Thomas, and Alice May Williams are screened at Strange Cargo; curated by BAFTA Award winning screenwriter and director Tony Grisoni.
Jost Münster’s exhibition Casual Encounter is at Stadtgalerie, Saabrücken, Germany 3 Feb – 30 April.
Casual Encounter runs concurrently with Paul Morrison’s Black Grass.