I do say somewhere on this website that I am an artist, and a (slightly reluctant) gallerist/curator, the making of art, painting mostly, does come first, I have been curating art shows for the last 10 or so years now though – exhibitions, events, gallery shows, group shows, things out there on the street, shows in condemned London warehouses, in offices, in formal white-walled galleries, in and old Edwardian drapery shops in car parks, under railway bridges, in street-art basements, a run of shows in an old East London greengrocer’s shop as well as a four year full on non-stop run of shows smack bang in the middle of East London’s now mythical Vyner Street. Shows often co-curated with fellow artist Emma Harvey’

At the end of 2021 the estimate is something like 170 curated art shows  including some 17 on-line shows (on top of that there is the small matter of something in excess of a thousand D.I.Y flavoured music shows in London venues big and small). Slightly reluctant yes but the curation of shows and the pulling together of artists and art-followers is a big part of my art practice, I do see the showing of other people’s art as part of my art, there is a thrill in opening a show, in quietly listening to people’s reactions… 

In no particular order and and with no apologies for not labelling any of the 2000 plus artists who have featured in the exhibitions and events, a slide show of just some of the many events curated