Coming up for 2021 – looks like it will still need to be on line at least until Spring, art can’t stop though. We shall enter the tenth year of Cultivate with an ongoing programme of on line group shows, Recultivate happened in January, Self in February and Alright? in March, Next (Au Suivant) will happen in April, meanwhile the next Art Car Boot Fair event will happen in May…
ALRIGHT? – Opening 8pm Tuesday March 16th – Alright? will be the third monthly on-line exhibition from Cultivate. Once again curated by Cultivate founders Sean Worrall and Emma Harvey, Alright? Will once again be hosted on the pages of Organ magazine Watch this space. All about being proactive, this time we invited 37 of our fellow artists to come join us, aritists from all over the globe… The show is now open, view via this link
SELF – on-line via this link from Tuesday February 23rd 2021. Self, as we said when we were putting together the show, “will be about inviting artists to produce self portraits. we might invite artists who you’d maybe expect to produce self portraits, we might challenge one or two people to come up with something, let’s see where this one goes, maybe we’ll ask people to dig deep into old sketch books, we’ll ask painters, printmakers, sculptors, photographers…” . The show features over 130 pieces from 33 artists including one or two from me.
Next (Au Suivant) – Opening night Tuesday April 20th 2021 – Another Cultivate on-line group show, a maximalist thing, we’re working on it now, it does kind of look like these thngs are now monthly.
SPRING ART CAR BOOT FAIR – May 2021 – As things start to open up and Spring kicks in I’m rather looking forward to getting back to physical versions of the Art Car Boot Fair either as an artist or a visitor, who knows? The invitions are never taken for granted. Rather pleased to say I have been invited to take part in the Spring 2021 on-line edition of the fair in May. “Over 150 invited artists. Artworks made just for the day. A fresh, exciting Programme of the Day. Launch of the ACBF Shop. Direct interactions with artists. All the fun of the fair on our all new custom built event site this May!” I’m working on a new series of pieces that will be available first at the fair. Watch this space, date and more details soon,,,
PREVIOUS SHOWS AND EVENTS
ReCULTIVATE – A carefully cultivated on-line group show. Opening night, January 5th 2021. Once again with my curator’s hat on, I shall be working with fellow Cultivate founder Emma Harvey to put together this on-line group show. Once again the show will be hosted on line via the Organ magazine website. The intention is to make Cultivate’s tenth year a significant one.
As much as we’re desperate to get back to proper physical shows and hanging paintings on real walls and opening nights and meeting people (and yes, selling art) we simply can’t until the Covid situation is under some kind of realistic control. On-line shows may not be a substitute but they are something we do take seriously and we do see a possitive value in. There is a pleasure in sorting throght the submissions and searching for artists who probably wouldn’t ever get to show at our mostly London-based physical exhibitions.
ReCultivate is now open and ready to be viewed here – the show included a number of my more recent pieces alongside the work thirty or more carefully selected artists. We will carry on curating on-line shows in 2021 while we wait for the new normal to take some kind of shape.
Why? Cultivate presents Why? an on-line contemporary art exhibition during these rather fractured times of are we in lockdown or not (are we still in lockdown?), a group show that I rather think (even if I did curate it with fellow Cultivate founder Emma Harvey) is once more alive with exciting painters, paintings, installation, and well… Why? opened on-line at 8pm on Tuesday November 24th via the Organ magazine website at www.organthing.com.
Why? is the 11th on-line show from Cultivate and we think the 158th Cultivate show since that Netll Market takeover back in the summer of 2011 (something like 158 anyway, we might have missed on or two).
X Marks The Spot – An Xmas Pop In – Shipton Street Gallery, Columbia Road, London E2 7RZ- Right then, for two weekends, just as long as you’re masked-up, X Marks The Spot, a last minute xmas pop in… Open over two weekends, 11.30am until 4.30pm Saturday and Sumday December 12th/13th and 19th/20th December or 6pm until 8pm on Wednesday 16th December (Columbia Road Christmas Wednesday) or by appointment.
“X Marks The Spot, over two short sharp East London weekends, a return to the flowers of Columbia Road and the beautiful old greengrocers shop that is now Shipton Street Gallery. A masked-up socially distanced Xmas pop-in. A pop-in mind you, not a pop up, we don’t do pop ups. A revolving pop-in for just two weekends. An art event featuring a revolving cast of guest artists joining Sean in a gallery space alive with smaller (dare we say gift-sized?)-affordable art. Expect original paintings, prints and more, including the latest in Sean’s ongoing series of daily concluded Ten paintings that have been emerging for the last 150 days or more. A series of daily concluded paintings always of on a 10cm square canvas and always offered for sale at a price of just ten pounds. The prices will range between £5 and £200”
Art Car Boot Fair virtual on-line version, 4th – 11th October 2020 – it was ot be a one day event, it eventually became a week-long on-line event, thanks ot everyone who came along, explored the art, bought the art. Here’s what they say on their website – “The Viral ACBF will be a bespoke new online experience bringing you the anticipation, the buzz, the queues, direct interactions, unexpected delights, random art drops, countdowns, and all manners of surprises! All the fun of the ACBF direct to you with spectacular boot fair bargains plus live access to over 100 artists! Art, frivolity and serious bargains guaranteed!”. Rather delighted to say I am once again one of the invited artists taking part, we shall be planning something special direct from the studio bunker here in East London as part of it. Lots more information on the Art Car Boot Fair website..
A #43Leaves piece for August – The latest #43Leaves piece happened in August 2020. One piece of work in 43 parts. One piece of work, 43 paintings, 43 pieces on found recycled wood. Material found, cleaned up, recycled, upcycled and then painted on and the nleft back out on the streets for people to jsut take should they wish to. This time the month-;long piece mostly happened in London, it happened throughout August. Once again this is mostly about the act of art left on the street, about engagement, recycling, art for all, art outside the gallery…
So Why Not Do It Again – an online show from Cultivate, 18th August 2020 – The strange state of lockdown or partial lockdown means physical gallery action is still not a serious option here in the UK. And so why not do it again? Another on-line show from Cultivate, another gathering of art and artists, the 4th on-line show of the locksown period and all putogether once more by Cultivate founders Sean Worrall and Emma Harvey. View the show and over 200 pieces of art from 43 carefully sleected artists here
Once again the show will takes the same format as the previous two Cultivate on-line shows, once again the show has been curated by mtself and fellow Cultivate founder Emma Harvey, once again we spent lots of going through the art of hundreds of (mostly exciting) submissions as well as those we once again personally invited to take part. The show is now and hostened once more on the Organ website, 39 artists, over 200 pieces of art, it can be explored via this link, meanwhile explore the previous eight Cultivate on-line shows here
(Far from the) Turmoil – an online show from Cultivate, opening 8pm, 14th May 2020 – Once again a group show curated by myslelf and Emma Harvey. Here’s the link, the show is now open. Meanwhile the previous online show can be viewed via the Organ website. Cultivate is mostly about physical gallery shows of course, on-line shows are something that aren’t seen as a replacement, just something that fits in alongside what we do The next on-line show, according to page 43 of Vivian Goldman’s excellent book Revenge of The She Punks is to be called “(Far From The) Turmoil”, it was the second book to hand, the first didn’t offer up anything in terms of a title, Vivian did though.
Art Of Caring – St George’s Hospital Tooting, Surrey, it was to happen in May 2020 – A group show
#43ARTISTS opened on-line at 8pm UK time on Thursday April 2nd via the Organ website at www.organthing.com – the show will stay there for weeks and months or maybe years…. #43ARTISTS, a show featuring 43 in artists, is the seventh on-line show from Cultivate and we think the 154th Cultivate show curated by Sena Worrall and Emma Harvey since that infamous Netll Market takeover here in East London back in the summer of 2011 (we think the number is something like 155 shows anyway, we might have missed on or two). “
Feed NHS at Highgate Contemporary Gallery – 19th April 2020 – An on-line exhibition of postcard size paintings, all proceeds from the sale “will be donated to ‘Feed NHS’ which is a campaign set up by the restaurant chain Leon. They are looking to raise money to help feed NHS workers and critical care staff one hot, healthy meal each day, starting with the hardest hit London hospitals, then going national to ‘Feed the NHS’. Our NHS heroes are already working 20 hour shifts and these hours will only get longer as the crisis worsens. With cafés and eateries all shut there is a real need to get healthy, hot food to the hospitals”. All pieces are posted anonymously, all pieces on sale at £50, once a piece has sold we artists will be informed and the piece will be sent out. View the show here. The show went live this morning, it appears my piece has already sold but there are lots of interesting pieces to be seen and bought there
Lockdown Gallery, Thursday 9th April, on-line via Facebook – Lockdown Gallery is something artist John Gathercole has set up in his Kent studio during the Covid-19 lockdown, tune in to the Lockdown Gallery page at 6pm on April 9th to see the live stream opening of the debut exhibition “Johnny Shows his Privates” at the space feature art from the private collection of John, “pieces by Tracy Emin, Chapman Brothers, Gilbert & George, Gavin Turk, Tim Noble & Sue Webster, Sean Worrall, Christopher Ward, Mia Jane Harris and more.
Insert (Title Here) – Shipton Street Gallery, Columbia Road, London E2 – Opening night, Thursday March 12th – A seconf cultivate group show in March.
Insert (Title Here) will bring together several artists, mostly painters, although we have already handed over the plinths to self-declared “Artist, taxidermist, antiques collector and fetishist” Mia Jane Harris. The walls will be about paintings, Emma Harvey and myself, Sean Worrall, will be inviting four painters to come and join us on the wall of the one time Greengrocers shop that is currently an an art gallery just off the Columbia Road here in East London, PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: EMMA HARVEY, JOHN GATHERCOLE, MIA-JANE HARRIS, SEAN WORRALL, YULIA ROBINSON and MARTIN JACKSON.
Nothing Is Square Pt.2 – Shipton Street Gallery, Columbia Road, London E2 – Opening night, Thursday February 27th (6pm until 9pm, everyone welcome, just come along, no need for lists and such). A Carefully curated painterly group show, 38 artists, 140 identically sized square pieces. All work will be on sale at what we think will be an affordable price to most. Opening night Thursday February 27th 6pm until 9pm) and then the show will run over two long-weekends until Sunday March 8th, 11am until 5pm (or by appointment). Full line and more details here
Punk For Mental Health at Stash Gallery, Vout-O’Reenee’s, London – Opening night Thursday 9th January (6pm until 11.30pm) and then until 17th January – A fundrasing art show with all proceeds going to Mind, A group show featuring punk flavour attitude, music and featuring art from Patrick Griffin, Sons of Incoherence, Annie Zimero, Molly Parkin, Sophie Parkin, Gaye Black, Siro Carraro, Geoff Cotton, Mia Jane Harris, Peter Mammes, Michael Zeti, Al Damidge, Marcia Scott, Spizz, Roy Amiss and Colin McCallum, Jennifer Binnie, Christopher Ward, Keelertornedo, Abigail Morgan, Sean Worrall, Emma Harvey, Susan Diamond, Wilma Johnson. Lapinus and more. Stash Gallery, Vout-O’Reenee’s, 30 Prescot Street, London, E1 8BB. Opening night Facebook event page
NOTHING IS SQUARE – Cultivate at Columbia Road,- Opening night Thursday November 7th, and then the show will run until Sunday November 17th. We return to Shipton Street Gallery down by the flower market in November for a number of shows including an exhibition called Nothing is Square curated by by the Cultivate team Sean Worrall and Emma Harvey – read all about it and find a bag load of photos here on the Organ website
CAN I GET A SLICE? – Atom Gallery, London N16 – Opening night, Friday 1st November 2019. “Hi Sean, We’re inviting a group of artists to produce a piece of work on a pizza box for our “Can I get a slice?” exhibition to raise funds for Hackney Foodbank – and we’d like to include a piece by you”. The exhibition dates are 2-23 November “with an opening party on Fri 1st Nov from 6-9pm”.Atom Gallery is at 127 Green Lanes, London, N16 9DA – www.atomgallery.co.uk
Prêt- à – Accrocher, an Art Car Boot Fair Christmas event – Sunday December 1st, back at The Workshop down by the river, 6 Lambeth High Street, London, SE1 7AG, 2pm until 4.30pm – The producers of the Art Car Boot Fair bring you Prêt – à – Accrocher! With hundreds of original artworks presented framed, boxed and ‘ready to hang’! It’s a short sharp one-stop solution for an amazing array of beautiful, personal, witty and glorious Christmas gifts at truly incredible prices! Grab a mince pie and a mulled wine and a Secret Santa Casino to boot! Gavin Turk, Juno Calypso, Pure Evil, Charming Baker and Dan Baldwin will all be joining our super special Christmas line-up”, so will I, so will Emma Harvey – “get your tickets now!”.
Harvey and Worrall – Chips, Starz, What Would Joan Jett do? At Shipton Street Gallery, London E2 – The show will open on Saturday November 2nd and close on Sunday November 3rd, 11am until 6pm on both days. Entry is free – November sees the third Cultivate Columbia Road Takeover at East London’s rather well proportioned Shipton Street Gallery. The gallery, in a former greengrocer’s shop by Columbia Road, the Flower Market and everything that that involves and this time the month-long November takeover of the space kicks off with a two day weekend show from Cultivate founders Emma Harvey and Sean Worrall. No private view, no opening night, just a short sharp two day show, more details in a moment – Facebook event page
#43LEAVES for DEPTFORD X – 25th October to 3rd November – Another #43Leaves piece, this time a piece of work in 43 pieces left hanging on the streets of Deptford as part of this year’s Deptford X. Following last years 43 at Deptford, this year Sean will curate a piece and bring in guest artists to contribute and collaborate,alongside Sean Worrall’s pieces you can expect pieces and collaborations with Emma Harvey, My Dog Sighs, M.O.B. Suzie Pindar (AKA The Naked Artist) and more. One again the painting and pieces will be on recycled material found on the streets and once again the pieces will just be left for people to take should they wish to do so (please be rrespectful don’t take more than one or two each.
#43LEAVES FOR SEPTEMBER For – 1st – 30th Sept 2019 – There hasn’t been too many leaves left hanging for people to take in 2019. feels like it might be time for 43 more. #43leaves, a piece of work in 43 parts for the month of September 2019. One piece of work, 43 leaf paintings, 43 pieces painted on material found on the street, material found, cleaned up, painted on and then left hanging back out there on the street for people to just take should they wish to (they’re never really dropped, they’re always very carefully placed on nails or hooks that already exist). I expect the month-long piece of work will mostly be a London thing but art will take me to Margate, Birmingham and the Midlands and who knows where during September. Once again the hashtag will be on the back of each painting and the invitation will be there for people to get involved via their social media feeds and such. Facebook event page
SELECTED PAST SHOWS AND EVENTS
SOLO (2010 – 2019)
Nov 2019 – Harvey and Worrall – Chips, Starz, What Would Joan Jett do? Shipton Street Gallery, London E2
Oct 2019 – #43Leaves for Deptford X, an art drop as part of Deptfod X art festival
Sept 2019 – #43Leaves For September – a month long art drop, 43 paitnings out of the street for people to take in London, Birmingham and Margate
July 2019 – The Fruit Shop at the Whitecross Street Party, 13th/14th July Whitecross Street, London EC1
June 2019 – The Fruit Shop at the Art Car Boot Fair, Kings Cross, 23rd June.
April 2019 – The Fruit Shop at Shipton Street Gallery, Columbia Road, East London – a two week solo show…
#365ARTDROP18 – A YEAR-LONG PIECE OF WORK IN 365 PARTS THROUGHOUT 2018 – The notion of 365 art drops in 2018, never actually dropped of course, always carefully hung. 365 paintings on material found on the street. Another 365 paintings hung out on walls and such for people to take should they wish to do so. Just like 2016, not one a day, just 365 during the year. Follow the hashtag on social media for more #365ArtDrop18
Sept/Oct 2018 – Cultivate Columbia Road Takeover at Shipton Street Gallery, East London – six weeks of curation and four group shows
Sept 2018 – #365ArtDrop18 at Deptford X – 43 pieces of the year-long piece, part of the Fringe during the 19th Deptford X art festival
Aug 2018 – 43 pieces of the on-going #365ArtDrop18 at the BYLINE FESTIVAL, Ashdown Forest, Pippingford Park, Uckfield, Sussex.
July 2018 – HAMISH MACAULAY and SEAN WORRALL – Unframed? – no format Gallery, Deptford. London, SE8
Sept 2017 – #43 – A piece of work in 43 parts. 43 paintings hung out on the streets of Folkestone. 43 paintings for people to take should they wish to.
July 2017 #43 – A piece of work in 43 parts. 43 paintings hung out on the streets of Leytonstone (as part of the Leytonstone Arts Trail), 43 paintings for people to take should they wish to
Dec 2016: #43 – A piece of work in 43 parts. 43 paintings hung out on the streets of London/Birmingham for people to take should they wish to
July 2016: #43 – A Hackney WickED Art Drop, 43 paintings hung out over the the weekend of July 30th/31st During Hackney WickEd at Hackney Wick, East London.
June 2016: HARVEY & WORRALL at WALL & JONES, a collection of paintings around the treasure of Wall & Jones, an Edwardian tailor’s shop, Hackney, East London.
April 2016: SOMETIMES THEY HAVE THORNS – Fount Gallery , Hackney, London.
Feb 2016: #43 a new piece of work from Sean Worrall consisting of 43 pieces and revealed somewhere in London on Friday February 12th, the 43rd day of 2016.
Jan – Dec 2015: #365ARTDROPS – A piece of work in 365 parts, 365 paintings on things found on the street, put back out on the streets for people to take.
March 2015: DAFFODILS – A one day show at the Mare Street Gallery, London E8
Sept 2014: WHAT PRICE ART? An event where you name the price and there is no debate… at Cultivate, Vyner St, London E2
Aug 2014: The FIFTH ONE HUNDRED PIECED PIECE at the Hackney WickED arts festival, East London.
June 2014: THE ONE HUNDRED PIECED VINYL PIECE – June First Thursday at Cultivate,Vyner Street – A wall full of painted vinyl and a first taste of the One Hundred pieced Vinyl Piece created for the 2014 Art Car Boot Fair.
Nov 2013: WHAT PRICE ART? A show where the buyer names the price at Cultivate, Vyner St, London E2
April 2013: PAINTINGS, Sean Worrall and guests at Cultivate, Vyner St, London E2
July 2012: LAYERS, COLLABORATIONS, DEPOSITIONS, at Cultivate, Vyner St, London E2
Jan 2012: PRUNING SHOCK, Works by Alan Wilson and Sean Worrall at Cultivate, Vyner St.
Nov 2011: PAINTINGS Sean Worrall, a solo show at Cultivate, Vyner St, London E2
Sept 2010: LEAVES, FRIENDS, SHAPES, ADVENTURES IN KENSAL GREEN, Dissenters Chapel Gallery, Kensal Green Cemetery, London W10.
July 2010: A drop of 23 paintings around West London somewhere sometime during West London First Wednesday – under the Westway, Portobello Road, who knows where….
June 2010: PAINTINGS at Harvist Gallery, Kensal Rise, London NW10
GROUP SHOWS (2010-2019)
Dec 2019 – Prêt- à – Accrocher, an Art Car Boot Fair Xmas flash Art Sale, London SE1
Nov 2019 – NOTHING IS SQUARE – Cultivate at Columbia Road, at Shipton Street Gallery — a group show curated by Sean Worrall and Emma Harvey
Nov 2019 – CAN I GET A SLICE? – Atom Gallery, London N16
Sept 2019 – ART CAR BOOT FAIR, Dreamliands, Margate
Aug 2019 – HONEY BEE EAST, a pop up art and fashion show at The Purple Shop, Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, East London
July 2019 – Hackney WickED Group Show 2019 – The Trampery, Fish Island, Hackney Wick, London
June 2019 – ART CAR BOOT FAIR – The 2019 London Art Car Boot Fair will happen on Sunday 23rd June at Cubitt Square, Kings Cross
April 2019 – CULTIVATE presents OVER AND OVER at Shipton Street Gallery, Columbia Road, East London, E2 7RZ
April 2019 – COMMUNE at Stour Space, Fish island, Hackney Wick, 27th/28th April 2019
Feb 2019 – RE:DECKORATE – Re:Ply Skateboards and SkatePal are teaming up to bring you Re:Deckorate — an exhibition of recycled skateboards to raise money for SkatePal
at Jam In A Jar, 599a Green Lanes, London N8
Jan 2019 – ATTRACT – Cultivate at BSMT Space, Dalston, London N16 – a group show curated by Sean Worrall and Emma Harvey
Dec 2018 – ART CAR BOOT FAIR Christmas Wrap Party – Vauxhall, London
Dec 2018 – END OF THE LINE FESTIVE FAIR – End of The Line Gallery, Shoreditch, East London.
Oct 2018 – I’M GONNA ASK YOU AGAIN: Cultivate at Columbia Road – part of the six week residency at Shipton Street Gallery, London E2
Oct 2018 – PURE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH CLEAN – Angus Hughes Gallery, Clapton, London E5.- a show curated by Cedric Christie & Paul Sakoilsky
Oct 2018 – MAYBE I DIDN’T SEE IT FIRST, BUT I’M THE ONE WHO WANTS IT WORSE: Shipton Street Gallery, London E2
Oct 2018 – I SAW IT FIRST, I WANT IT WORSE: Cultivate at Columbia Road – part of the six week residency at Shipton Street Gallery, London E2
Sept 2018 – INTENTION: Cultivate at Columbia Road – the first show of the six week residency at Shipton Street Gallery, London E2
Sept 2018 – The 2018 ART CAR BOOT FAIR, Granary Square, Kings Cross, London
July 2018 WILD – a 3d outdoor exhibition, part of the Leytonstone Arts Trail at Wanstead Quaker Meeting House, Leytonstone, London E11
April 2018 – Record Store Day at Grow Hackney with Grow and Vinyl Pimp
Jan 2018 – INTENT (Part Two) – Cultivate at BSMT Space, Dalston, London.
Jan 2018 – INTENT (Part One) – An on-line exhibition curated by Cultivate
Nov 2017 – FOLKESTONE CREATIVE QUARTER SECRET POSTCARD SHOW WINTER SHELTER FUNDRAISER
Nov 2017 – THE (ACCIDENTAL) MARKS MADE WHILE MAKING ART – An on-line exhibition curated by Cultivate
Sept 2017 – ART CAR BOOT FAIR – FOLKESTONE as part of the 2017 Triennial
July 2017 – INSIDE OUT – a show “co-curated by HW’ED Patron Gavin Turk, HW’ED Director Anna Maloney and friends” at Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
July 2017: ART CAR BOOT FAIR, Vauxhall, London
June 2017: INTERACT – Cultivate at Coate Studios, Hackney, East London
April 2017: SOMETHING BLACK – – An on-line art exhibition
Feb 2017: RED – An on-line art exhibition
Feb 2017: FRAGILE – An Art Show in a Basement, Cultivate at BSMT Space, London N16
Dec 2016: GOLD at BSMT Space, London N16
Sept 2016: DEBASED – An Art Show in a Basement at BSMT Space, London N16
Sept 2016: Cultivate at the Victoria Park Dog Show
July 2016: HAPPY VALLEY PRIDE, Hebdon Bridge, Yorkshire
July 2016: ART CAR BOOT FAIR, HASTINGS at The Stade/Jerwood Gallery/
July 2016: DISPLACEMENT (There Goes The Neighbourhood) at One Little Girl And a Can of Gasoline – A show featuring artists who have painted on Clare St. East London
July 2016: ON THE BRINK – A 3D Exhibition – An event in the grounds of The Wanstead Quaker Meeting House, London, E11 as part of the Walthamstow Art Trail.
June 2016: ART CAR BOOT FAIR, Brick Lane, East London
April 2016: THE CULTIVATE SPRING ART MART at Fount Gallery, Hackney, London, E8.
Mar 2016: DEBASER – An Art Show in a Basement, Cultivate at BSMT Space, London N16
Jan 2016: REVEAL – An Art Show in a Railway Arch, Cultivate at Fount, London E8
Nov 2015: DEADCUTS at the Ritter-Zamet gallery, Whitechapel, East London.
Nov 2015: THE WORLD OF DIANE GOLDIE and friends. The Vaults, Leake St, London, SE1
Sept 2015: Cultivate at the Victoria Park Dog Show
Aug 2015: ART CAR BOOT FAIR at the Turner Contemporary, Margate.
July 2015: HANG WITH US at Norlington Studios – a one day pop up in Leyton, London E10, in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital as part of the Leytonstone Arts Trail
June 2015: DEN-CITY 1 – “a temporary utopian city of installations, dens and assemblages” at Foreman’s, Hackney Wick
June 2015: ART CAR BOOT FAIR, Brick Lane, East London
June 2015: PLAY – A group show In a beautiful big empty shell of an East London warehouse, Hackney, London, E8, curated by Sean Worrall and Emma Harvey.
April 2015: SOAPBOX SUNDAY SOCIAL at Monty’s Bar, Brick Lane, East London
Mar 2015: POP UP, F**K OFF – Broadway Studios, Tooting Broadway, London, SW17
Feb 2015: CHINESE OPEN at Q PARK car park, Soho, London, W2
Dec 2014: ARTIST XMAS BAZAAR at the Angus-Hughes Gallery, Hackney, London E5
Oct 2014: WE COULD NOT AGREE, another adventure in another car park, this time on level three in a multistory in Cavendish Square, London, W1
Sept 2014: I’LL BE BACK IN FIVE MINUTES. The last group show at Cultivate, Vyner St.
Sept 2014: WE ARE THREE, a third birthday group show at Cultivate, Vyner Street.
Aug 2014: ART CAR BOOT FAIR – Part three of the 2014 summer adventure at FOLKSTONE as part in the FOLKSTONE TRIENNIAL
Aug 2014: OFF THE WALL – The 9th Terrace Annual Open, Terrace Gallery, London E8.
July 2014: BIG DEAL! MARVELOUS MIX UPS 6 at LOUD AND WESTERN, Fulham, SW6
July 2014: LITTLE SUMMER BENEFITS, Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2:
July 2014: A FETE WORSE THAN DEATH 20th anniversary, Rivington Street, East London – “A 20th Anniversary Art extravaganza to commemorate the original Fete”
July 2014: ART CAR BOOT FAIR at the LIVERPOOL BIENNIAL
June 2014: MIDSUMMER WEEKEND at Cultivate, Vyner St, East London
June 2014: ART CAR BOOT FAIR, Brick Lane, East London
April 2014: SUNLESS at Bermondsey Project Space, London, SE1
April 2014: STOP THE WAR at INDRA AND SAMIA GALLERY, London E1
April 2014: HACKNEY WICK V&A TAKEBACK, SWAN WHARF, Hackney Wick, London E3
April 2014: A MONTH OF GOLD, Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
April 2014: APRIL FIRST SATURDAY – The second Vyner Street First Saturday, an all day event at several Vyner Street art spaces, London E2.
March 2014: MARCH FIRST SATURDAY – The first Vyner Street First Saturday, an all day event at several Vyner Street art spaces, London E2.
March 2014: THE LIBRARY OF OBSCURE WONDERS at HUNDRED YEARS GALLERY, London E2 – A show curated by Jo Fisher Roberts and Giles Leaman
Feb 2014: THE 2014 CHINESE OPEN at Q PARK, Soho, London, W2 – A Chinese New Year group show in a giant underground car park
Jan 2014: CULTIVATE EVOLVED, a First Thursday group show at Cultivate, Vyner Street
Dec 2013: ART IS FOR LIFE, NOT JUST FOR CHRISTMAS, Cultivate, Vyner St, London E2
Sept 2013: YES, I KNOW WHERE BISTROTHEQUE IS – A text based group show at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Aug 2013: WE ARE ALL SKATEBOARDERS, artists against the destruction of the Southbank Undercroft, a group show at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Aug 2013: 2: A TWO YEAR RETROSPECTIVE, a group show at Cultivate, Vyner Street,
July 2013: ART CAR BOOT FAIR at QUEEN ELIZABETH OLYMPIC PARK, London
July 2013: MEMORABILIA at Norlington Studios, Leyton, London E10, in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital as part of the Leytonstone Arts Trail
July 2013: PINK, a group show at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
June 2013: FLOWER, The Cultivate Summer Flower Show at Cultivate, Vyner St, E2
June 2013: ART CAR BOOT FAIR, Brick Lane, East London
May 2013: CAN? at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2 curated with My Dog Sighs
April 2013: TEN:2 at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
April 2013: RED REVISED at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
March 2013: SPRING – a group show at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Feb 2013: INTERNATIONAL FREE ART FRIDAY – Free art drops from artists in and around Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2,
Feb 2013: TEN at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Jan 2013: BACK IN BLACK a group show at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Jan 2013: BANG at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
DEC 2012: DREAMING OF A BLACK AND WHITE CHRISTMAS, A Side B Side, Hackney.
Dec 2012: FREE ART FRIDAY – Free art drops from artists in and around Cultivate/
Nov 2012: PRIMARIES, a three colour group show at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Sept 2012: FREE ART FRIDAY – Free art drops from artists in and around Cultivate.
Sept 2012: SHOES, a group show at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Sept 2012: CULTIVATE’S GREATEST HITS – A one year retrospective at Cultivate
Oct 2012:: CULTIVATION, a group show at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Aug 2012 LONDON, YOUR CALL 2 at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
July 2012: LONDON, YOUR CALL at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
July 2012: DEEP PURPLE at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
June 2012 ART CAR BOOT FAIR at the APPLE CART FESTIVAL, Victoria Park, East London
June 2012: ART CAR BOOT FAIR, Brick Lane, East London
June 2012: LITTLE SUMMER BENEFITS at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
May 2012: NUMBERS at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
April 2012: VINYL, The Art of the Vinyl Record at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
March 2012: FOOL’S GOLD at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
March 2012: IT IS GREEN at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Feb 2012: BLACK at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Jan 2012: EVERYTHING MUST GO, The January Sales at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Dec 2011: URBAN CURATIONS at Triple X gallery, Netil House, Hackney, London E8.
Dec 2011: ART IS FOR LIFE, NOT JUST FOR CHRISTMAS at Cultivate, Vyner St, E2
Dec 2011: SOMETHING BLUE at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Oct 2011: LITTLE BENEFITS at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Sept 2011: WHAT PRICE ART? A group show where the buyer sets the price at Cultivate/
Sept 2011: RED at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
Sept 2011: 22 HOURS the opening show at Cultivate, Vyner Street, London E2
June 2011: Luke Jerram’s PLAY ME I’M YOURS, at LEDENHALL MARKET ARCADE, London EC2 and ST MARY-LE-BOW CHURCHYARD, London
June 2011: ART SHOP COLLECTIVE, AAA GALLERY, Hagerston, East London
June 2011: ART CAR BOOT FAIR, Brick Lane, East London
June 2011: THE STINGING NETIL, an East London market art fair takeover, curated by Sean Worrall and Emma Harvey
Aug 2010: LADBROOK GROVE ART FAIR, Westway, Ladbrook Grove, West London
July 2010: TRUMANS BREWERY ART FAIR, Brick Lane, East London
July 2010: ONE HUNDRED PAINTINGS SUMMER SHOW @ Harvist Gallery, London NW10, curated by Sean Worrall
JULY 2010: West London FIRST WEDNESDAY at Graffik Gallery, Ladbrook Grove/
June 2010: PATRICK’S HARVIST ART FAIR, Kensal Green, London NW10
June 2010: ART CAR BOOT FAIR, Brick Lane, East London
March 2010: THE LOW-FI FAYRE at the William IV, Harrow Road, London NW10
Feb 2010: WALL OF LOVE at Graffik Gallery, Ladbrook Grove, West London.
Nov 2015 – THE POTENTIAL OF OPEN EXHIBITIONS at Firstsite Gallery, Colchester – A four artist talk/presentation
An album of recent show/event posters, group shows, solo shows and such