Jennet Thomas in Plymouth Contemporary

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 at Asia House

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 at Berlinsche Gallery

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 at EMAF

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 in Experiments in Cinema, Albuquerque

Lynne Marsh’s film Plänterworld is being shown at Experiments in Cinema, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 18 – 23 April

Essex Road Films at Strangelove Film Festival

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 at Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken

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.

Adam Gillam in The Order of Things at Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum

Adam Gillam is in the exhibition The Order of Things at The Wilson, Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum
28 Jan – 5 March.
The Order of Things is curated by Andrew Bick, Jonathan Parsons, and Katie Pratt.

Suki Chan at Centre For Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA)

Suki Chan’s Lucida and Lucida II are at the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA), Manchester
27 January 2017 – 30 April 2017
Suki Chan will be in conversation with Adam Galpin, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Salford
Thursday 16 February, 6 – 7pm


Suki Chan in Mothership

Suki Chan’s work is included in Mothership at The Sawmills, London, UK
2 – 16 Dec

Jo Addison, Adam Gillam, Flora Parrott in Buffet d’Art

Jo Addison, Adam Gillam, Flora Parrott are in Buffet d’Art, a group show at Ambika P3, London 5 – 6 Nov

Flora Parrott at Festival Mais, Brazil

Flora Parrott has been commissioned to make a performance work for the Festival Mais Performance 2016, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Festival runs 30 Sept to 30 Oct.

Madalina Zaharia in Say What?

Madalina Zaharia is part of the group show Say What? at ASC Gallery, London Sept 9 – Oct 28

Jo Addison in The Royal Standard’s 10 Year Retrospective

Jo Addison is showing work in Liverpool in The Royal Standard’s 10 Year retrospective exhibition Gettin’ the Heart Ready. Until 11 September.

Madalina Zaharia – solo show at Ivan Gallery, Bucharest

Madalina Zaharia’s The Staging of an Exhibition is at the Ivan Gallery, Bucharest from 8 July – 10 September.

Flora Parrott in Empathy Flows at Zabludowicz Collection

Flora Parrott is participating in Empathy Flows at the Zabludowicz Collection, London on 7 July, an evening of spoken word performances by artists, writers and poets.

Madalina Zaharia at Vitrine

Madalina Zaharia is one of the artists featured in Identify your limitations, acknowledge the periphery at VITRINE, London. 13 July 2016 – 10 September 2016

Suki Chan in Seeing at Science Gallery, Dublin

Suki Chan’s Lucida III is showing as part of Seeing at the Science Gallery, Dublin 24 June – 16 September

Flora Parrott workshop in DRAF’s studio space

Flora Parrott is conducting a workshop for her ACE supported project Swallet at the David Roberts Art Foundation 24 –25 June

Jost Münster in Whitstable Biennale

Moyra Derby, Nicky Hamlyn, Conor Kelly, Joan Key & Jost Münster {} Interval. Thursday 9th June – Sunday 12th June
11:00—18:00 at the Waiting Room, Whitstable Railway Station

Joby Williamson – The Box at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

Joby Williamson presents work in The Box, at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, 6 Heddon Street, London W1B 4PT
10 June – 10 September

Flora Parrott opens Camden Sentido

To launch Camden Sentido, Flora Parrott and Brazilian artist Gustavo Ferro present the joint show When I have finished in here I will speed back up again, based upon a day they spent with each other virtually in March 2016 over Whatsapp. Flora Parrott in Camden and Gustavo Ferro in Sâo Paulo.
Camden Market, London NW1 8AF

George Eksts featured on Instagram

George Eksts’s work takes over yesbutyoudidnt, an Instagram residency 23 – 29 May

George Eksts in Explorers: Chapter 1 in Paris

George Eksts’s work is in Explorers: Chapitre 1 at Loft 19, Galerie Suzanne Tarasiève, Paris 13 – 25 May

George Eksts selected for Of the Sea in Chatham

George Eksts’ work was selected for Of the Sea at No.1 Smithery: The Gallery, The Historic Dockyard, Chatham 6 May – 24 July

Jo Addison in Good things come – Plymouth

Jo Addison is showing work in the group show Good things come atThe Gallery, Plymouth College of Art. 27 April – 28 May

Suki Chan in Art Basel Hong Kong

Suki Chan is showing a pilot of her new project Lucida at Art Basel Hong Kong with Videotage in partnership with the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) and Salford University Art Collection. Lucida is supported by the Wellcome Trust and Arts Council England, and launches at Tintype in September.

Flora Parrott residency at RGS

Flora Parrott has commenced a year-long residency at the Royal Geographic Society (and Institute of British Geographers). This ACE supported research project, Swallow Hole, will culminate in an exhibition to be launched at Tintype in 2017.

George Eksts and Joby Williamson in Roche Bobois & ArtReview collaboration

George Eksts and Joby Williamson are part of 8 x 8 Mah Jong Re-imagined is a charity art project conceived by French furniture designers Roche Bobois in partnership with ArtReview as a celebration of creativity and reinvention through the commissioning of 8 contemporary artists to each reinterpret elements of Roche Bobois’s Mah Jong Modular sofa system in their own style. The artists are ​Pio Abad, Larry Achiampong, Cornelia Baltes, Patrizio Di Massimo, George Eksts, Lauren Godfrey, Peter Liversidge, Joby Williamson.


George Eksts at Sidney Cooper Gallery

George Eksts has a solo show at the Sidney Cooper Gallery in Canterbury Kent. Casual Cursive runs 13 Aug – 30 Sept

Flora Parrott in Super/Collider’s Women of Rock

Flora Parrott participates in Women of Rock at the Print House Gallery, London 25 Sept – 30 Oct.

unpainting \ / resurfacing at the University of Hertfordshire Gallery

Jost Münster’s work features in unpainting \ / resurfacing at the University of Hertfordshire Gallery, 18 Sept – 17 Oct

George Eksts in DRIVE

George Eksts has been selected for Animate’s 2015 DRIVE project. Each of the five participants receives a £3,000 bursary to develop an animated work and is given access to specialist advice. Supported by ACE and the Jerwood Foundation.

Adam Gillam and Jost Munster in Abstract Apartment

Adam Gillam and Jost Münster are showing work in Abstract Apartment, a series of developing installations and exhibitions. Abstract Apartment 1 is at Deborah House, Retreat Place, London E9 6RJ 27 – 28 June

Madalina Zaharia selected for Whitechapel Open

Madalina Zaharia has been selected for the Whitechapel Open, the Whitechapel Gallery’s triennial open submission show that presents the most innovative art made across the capital.

The London Open 2015

Aikaterini Gegisian – Venice Biennale – Golden Lion

Congratulations to Aikaterini Gegisian for her participation in Armenity – Contemporary Artists from the Armenian Diaspora, which has won a GOLDEN LION at the Venice Biennale. Gegisian’s show Is This Why I Cannot Tell Lies? was at Tintype Nov/Dec 2014

Alice Walton at Test Space Open, Spike Island

Alice Walton’s work was selected for TEST SPACE OPEN 2015 at Spike Island, Bristol. May 2015

George Eksts has solo show at University of Hertfordshire Gallery

George Eksts’s solo-show Development Heaven is at the University of Hertfordshire Gallery
Development Heaven runs 20 March – 9 May 2015