News19 July 2012
John Dugger's Sports Banner
John Dugger's Sports Banner from 1980 is featured as Tate's 'Work of the Week' to coincide with the opening of London's Olympic Games . Tate Blog >
June - September 2012 28 February - 3 June 2012
Clay Perry photograph of Yoko Ono
One of Clay Perry's photographs of Yoko Ono from 1967 has been used as the cover illustration for the catalogue produced to accompany the exhibition Yoko Ono - To the Light at the Serpentine Gallery, London.
The Steins Collect: Matisse, Picasso and the Parisian Avant Garde
This exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum, New York (previously on view at San Francisco MOMA and at the Grand Palais, Paris), traces the evolution of the Stein family's taste and examines the close relationships formed between individual members of the family and their artist friends. While focusing on works by Matisse and Picasso, the exhibition also includes works by Pierre Bonnard, Juan Gris, Marie Laurencin, André Masson, Francis Picabia, and others. The Hommage à Gertrude Stein by British artist Sir Francis Rose - featured in the final room of the exhibition - has been lent by England & Co. The Steins Collect >
16 March - 27 May2012
Michael Druks: Atlas Critique in Paris
Michael Druks' famous print from 1974 - Druksland Physical and Social - was used as the invitation image and is featured in the exhibition Atlas Critique at the Parc Saint Leger Centre D'Art Contemporain in Paris. The exhibition is ‘a cartography of the mutations of art, critical theory and relations between art and politics in contemporary times through geographical thinking’. Timed to coincide with the period of the French presidential election, the curators say that they are ‘trying to see how, through spatial and cartographic thinking, we could pull down political and national fictions’. Atlas Critique >
31 January - 12 August 2012
Clay Perry photographs of Signals gallery in the 1960s
Photographs by Clay Perry documenting artists of the avant garde Signals gallery are on display in the exhibition Migrations at Tate Britain. The exhibition explores how British art has been shaped by migration, and includes conceptual artists such as David Medalla who have exhibited and worked in Britain, but consider themselves to be ‘stateless’ global citizens. Medalla was the co-founder of the Signals gallery in London in the 1960s, and Clay Perry photographed artists and exhibitions for the Signals News Bulletin.
20 January 2012 - July 2013
Georgia Russell: Material Matters
Georgia Russell's dissected book sculptures are included in the exhibition East Wing X Collection: Material Matters at the Courtauld Institute of Art, which is a celebration of both established and emerging contemporary artists who use pioneering media or re-interpret traditional forms of representation.
East Wing X Collection>
6 August - 3 September 2011
Georgia Russell at Spacex
Georgia Russell is one of the artists featured in The Paper Cooperative at Spacex in Exeter, UK. The exhibition explores the ongoing use of paper in art, design and publishing, presented through signage, art works, books and events. A wide selection of artists’ books explores the variety of techniques employed in artist book making today. Spacex >
June 20 2011
Vale David Larwill
We are sad to announce that the Australian artist David Larwill died on 19 June 2011. Larwill was one of the young artists who formed the infamous Roar Studios in early 1980s Melbourne. After numerous exhibitions in Australia, Larwill had his first London exhibition at England & Co in 2003.
April — May 2011
Clay Perry photographs in Brazil
Clay Perry's photographs of London's art scene of the late 1960s, in particular his images of Latin American artists working in London and exhibiting at the legendary Signals gallery, are the subject of the exhibition Vangarda de Londres at Galeria Transversal in Sao Paolo. Brazilian television have featured the exhibition: http://goo.gl/Nx5js>
1 February—25 April 2011
Chris Kenny and Satomi Matoba: Mappa Mundi in Lisbon
Chris Kenny and Satomi Matoba are represented in the exhibition Mappa Mundi at The Berardo Museum Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal. The exhibition, curated by Guillaume Monsaigneon, ‘assembles artists who, over the past 40 years, have worked on maps and who have questioned cartographical representation’.
Other artists in the exhibition include Alighiero e Boetti, Joseph Kosuth, Kathy Prendergast, Susan Stockwell, Michelangelo Pistoletto and Guillermo Kuitca. http://www.museuberardo.com>
|22 January—7 April 2011|
Paule Vézelay: Modern British Sculpture at the
London's Royal Academy of Arts presents the first exhibition for 30 years to examine British sculpture of the twentieth century. The show will represent a unique view of the development of British sculpture, exploring the meaning of the terms British and sculpture by bringing the two together in a chronological series of themed galleries. Paule Vézelay's Five Forms (1935-36) - acquired from England & Co by Tate in 2000 - is displayed in the exhibition.
13 November 2010—16 January 2011
Harald Smykla: Movie Protocols at QUAD
Over the weekend of 25-28 November, Harald Smykla will be making Movie Protocols of films on the first floor mezzanine of QUAD in Derby while the films are simultaneously being screened in the QUAD cinemas as part of the ID Fest programme. An exhibition of these, and other Movie Protocol drawings will be on view at QUAD until 16 January 2011. Artist's page >
Stuart Brisley: Tate acquisitions from England & Co
Tate have acquired three works by Stuart Brisley this year. Two works - an early, untitled painting from 1960, and a copy of the film Arbeit Macht Frei (1972-73) - were purchased from England & Co, with a third film, Sweating the Hole (2006), given by the artist. Artist's page >
13 October 2010—27 March 2011
Zafer and Barbara Baran are included in the display A History of Camera-less Photography accompanying the exhibition Shadow Catchers: Camera-less Photography at the Victoria and Albert Museum. The display explores the camera-less image from the 1850s to the present and includes works by Man Ray, László Moholy-Nagy, Frederick Sommer, the Barans and Cornelia Parker. Zafer and Barbara Baran will be discussing their working process on 24 Nov, 1–4pm, in the Sackler Centre Digital Studio at the V&A. Artists’ page >
30 September—21 November 2010 Birmingham & 18 November 2010—23 January 2011 Paris
Brian Griffin: Exhibitions in Birmingham and Paris
Birmingham-born photographer, Brian Griffin is celebrated by three complementary exhibitions in his home city, including Face to Face, a major retrospective exhibition of his portraits. Griffin's exhibition The Black Country - based on his childhood memories - is currently at the College des Bernardins in Paris.
2 October 2010—9 January 2011 (launch: 1 October, 6.30pm)
Harald Smykla: UnSpooling in Manchester
A performance by Harald Smykla will feature at the launch event of UnSpooling – Artist & Cinema, at Cornerhouse, Manchester, in conjunction with the AND (Abandon Normal Devices) festival of new cinema and digital culture. The exhibition will feature the work of 19 international artists, including David Claerbout, Elizabeth McAlpine, Gebhard Sengmüller, Ming Wong. UnSpooling at Cornerhouse > Artist's page >
|21 September—2 October 2010|
Sara Bevan: Soul House at the the Petrie Museum
Following a year-long project funded by the Arts Council of England and UCL Museum and Collections, Sara Bevan exhibits a series of digital collages inspired by the space and atmosphere of the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology and its collection of Egyptian artefacts. With an additional display of these images outside 1–10 Torrington Place, London WC1, the exhibitions mark the official re-opening of the museum. Artist’s page >
|20 July—5 September 2010|
John Dugger returns to Ikon
John Dugger traveled from California to Birmingham to install works – including Star Weaver, left – in This Could Happen to You: Ikon in the 1970s. This is the second exhibition tracing the history of the Ikon gallery’s artistic programme. Other artists include David Medalla, Stuart Brisley, David Hepher and Jeremy Moon. Artist’s page >
|19 June—11 July 2010|
Harald Smykla at Calke Abbey
Harald Smykla will be taking part in Profusion, an exhibition of works by international artists inspired by Calke Abbey, Derbyshire, a National Trust property whose interiors and outbuildings are filled with the accumulation of years of collecting and hoarding by its previous eccentric and reclusive owners. Curated by Sotiris Kyriacou and John Plowman, the artists exhibiting are Anna Barham, Karla Black, Marcel Broodthaers, Lucy Clout, Clem Crosby, Jimmie Durham, Mark Fairnington, Doug Fishbone, Martino Gamper, Roger Hiorns, John Plowman, Daniel Silver, Harald Smykla, and Jack Strange. Artist's page >
|12—14 March 2010|
The Art of Hip-ok-risy
Chris Kenny's text construction 'Embrace Blasphemy' is featured in The Art of Hip-ok-risy, an exhibition held within The Mayor's & City of London Court in the Guildhall Buildings of The City – a project realized by Maria Nicolacopoulou.
Within the judicial context of this historic civil courtroom, seven artists (Chris Kenny, Oliver Clegg, Maria Marshall, Gideon Rubin, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Richard Dyer and Doug Fishbone) examine the phenomenon of hypocrisy on a personal, social, cultural and political level. Artist’s page >
|Until 4 April 2010|
Paper under the knife in New York
This month is the last chance to see works by two England & Co artists, Georgia Russell and Chris Kenny, at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. Slash: Paper Under the Knife is the museum's third exhibition in its international survey series Process and Materials. Curated by David Revere McFadden with Laura Stern, it explores unusual paper treatments, bookworks, cut paper and includes works by Kara
Walker, Olafur Eliasson, Thomas Demand, Tom Friedman. Exhibition >
Morag Ballard at Pallant House
Three works by Morag Ballard accompanied the
exhibitions St Ives and Beyond (6—31 March) and
John Tunnard: Inner to Outer Space (13 March—6 June)
at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester. Artist’s page >
26 March—October 2010
Cabinet of Curiosities at Kensington Palace
Works by Georgia Russell and Jason Wallis-Johnson are displayed in the Cabinet of Curiosities curated by Echo Morgan as part of her room in the exhibition The Enchanted Palace at Kensington Palace, London. The exhibition combines fashion, performance, and dreamlike installations in the magnificent State Apartments.
|16 January—14 March 2010|
Stuart Brisley at Kettle's Yard
The drawing Pig Wars (2008) by Stuart Brisley can be be seen in Modern Times: responding to chaos, an exhibition at Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, of drawing and film selected by the painter, film-maker and curator Lutz Becker. The exhibition will later travel to the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill, East Sussex (1 April–13 June). Artist's page > Exhibition >
British Museum acquires
Chris Kenny's Philosophy circle
Following the Zoo Art fair, Chris Kenny's three-dimensional construction with text Philosophy can damp down the hottest flames of lust was acquired recently from England & Co for the collection of the British Museum. Artist's page >
Vito Drago revisits Palermo
Vito Drago's solo exhibition Quesito indagine espediente took place in the Castello Beccadelli di Marineo in his home town of Palermo, Sicily. Artist's page >
19 October—11 December 2009Georgia Russell responds to Charles Darwin The Name in the Flower celebrates the 150th anniversary of the publication of Darwin's On the Origin of Species with commissioned work by Georgia Russell and Sam Winston. Inspired by Ruth Padel's Darwin: A Life in Poems, the artists respond to the zoologist and the poet through dissections of their writings. The exhibition is held in the Library Exhibition Space, Courtauld Institute of Art, London. Artist's page >
The Map is not the Territory Revisited
Several artists represented by England & Co feature in Katharine Harmon’s book The Map As Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography (Princeton Architectural Press). The Map is not the Territory Revisited is the fourth in a series of exhibitions reflecting the Gallery's interest in artists' cartography,and as a complementary event for the British launch of Harmon’s new book. Exhibition >
November 2009 London
70s Style & Design
Jane England's photographs from the 1970s feature throughout the new book by Dominic Lutyens and Kirsty Hislop: 70s Style & Design, published this month by Thames & Hudson.
30 October 2009
Brian Griffin: The Road to 2012
Brian Griffin's were the first six portraits to be unveiled in the National Portrait Gallery/BT Road to 2012. The project has commissioned photographers to celebrate those around Britain who are making the 2012 London Olympics possible. Artist's page >
|16-19 October 2009|
Zoo Art Fair
At their new location in Shoreditch, Zoo Art Enterprises brought together more than 50 contemporary art organizations and practitioners in a series of exhibitions, solo shows and stand presentations.
England & Co presented the works of five artists: Stuart Brisley, Chris Kenny, Georgia Russell, Harald smykla and Jason Wallis-Johnson.
England & Co at Zoo >
|18 October 2009|
Stuart Brisley at the Serpentine Poetry Marathon
On Sunday afternoon, Stuart Brisley was one of the prominent artists, poets, philosophers and musicians participating in the Serpentine Gallery's weekend-long Poetry Marathon in Kensington Gardens. It was the final event to take place in the Serpentine's 2009 Pavilion designed by SANAA.
Report > Exhibition > Artist's page >
|11 September 2009—3 January 2010|
John Dugger's banner art in Belgium
Two historic banner works by artist John Dugger are featured in a major new exhibition at the Antwerp Museum of Contemporary Art (M KHA). Textiles: Art and the Social Fabric is curated by Grant Watson and also includes works by James Lee Byars, Goshka Macuga, Hélio Oiticica, Rosemarie Tröckel and Yang Fudong. Installation view, right: Great Wu Shu Kwan (Martial Arts) Banner 1975-77, and Chile Vencera, 1974. Artist's page >
|6 August —27 September 2009|
Chris Kenny: Collage - London/New York
Chris Kenny is among the artists whose work is featured in the exhibition Collage: London/New York at FRED (London), co-curated with the Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York. This celebration of Collage features important works from the last 100 years alongside contemporary innovations. The exhibition includes over sixty-nine artists from the last one hundred years, each working in very different ways, but all of them incorporating collage in their work.
7 July—13 September 2009
Brian Griffin at Les Rencontres d'Arles
One of the highlights of this year's Les Rencontres d'Arles international festival of photography is a major retrospective exhibition of works by Brian Griffin, including the series Team and Water People.
Les Rencontres d'Arles Photographie > Artist's page >
|24 July 2009—17 February 2010|
Chris Kenny and Georgia Russell Cut It Out
Chris Kenny and Georgia Russell are among the artists whose work is featured in the exhibition Cut It Out: Contemporary Paper Cut Artists at the Southampton City Art Gallery until 18 October. The exhibition then travels to Maidstone Museum, where it can be seen until 7 February 2010.
|2 June—29 August 2009|
Chris Kenny at Dr Johnson's House
Chris Kenny is one of seven artists commissioned to celebrate
the tercentenary of the birth of British writer and lexicographer
Samuel Johnson. The exhibition, The House of Words,
is at Dr Johnson's House in Gough Square, London EC4,
and is open to the public. Artist's page >
|26 March 2009|
Harald Smykla's new Metropolis for City X
Harald Smykla marked the City X exhibition at England & Co with a
performance of his Movie Protocol: Metropolis in which he used
a monitor and overhead projector to make a simultaneous transcription of Fritz Lang's 1927 film onto rolls of clear acetate; his pictographs were projected onto the gallery wall behind him as he worked. To see more
images of the event and the work, go to Harald Smykla's Artist's page >
|12–14 February 2009|
Stuart Brisley on stage in Lausanne
Stuart Brisley is one of the artists invited to take part in this year's Performance Saga Festival in Lausanne. Curated by Katrin Groegel and Andrea Saemann in collaboration with Arsenic Centre d'art scénique contemporain, the festival brings together artists from different generations. Open Dialogues: Performance Saga invites writers to respond to these performances online and in print, in English and French. Performance Saga Festival >
Open Dialogues: Performance Saga > Artist's page >
Contained Thoughts at the Courtauld Institute
Works by five England & Co artists—Maliheh Afnan, Vito Drago, Chris Kenny, Georgia Russell and Jason Wallis-Johnson—are currently on view in the exhibition Contained Thoughts in the Courtauld Institute Library Exhibition Space.
Georgia Russell: Washington and Ontario
Gallery artist Georgia Russell will be included in two new international exhibitions early this year. Firstly, The Book Borrowers: Contemporary Artists Transforming the Book at the Bellevue Arts Museum, Washington, USA (24 February—14 June 2009); and second, the exhibition of book works Novel Ideas at the Oakville Galleries in Ontario, Canada (7 March—31 May 2009). Artist's page >
Abbassy acquired by the British Museum
Unravelling by Samira Abbassy has been acquired from the Gallery by the Department of the Middle East at the British Museum. Artist's page >
|Until 4 January 2009|
Georgia Russell in Oklahoma
Georgia Russell is one of the artists included in the exhibition Imaginative Qualities of Actual Things at Price Tower Arts Centre, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The exhibition explores the role of art in environmental awareness through 'object reassignment'. Exhibition >
Liliane Lijn: Let There Be Light
Liliane Lijn was one of the five artists (who included James Turrell and Anthony McCall) whose primary medium is light and who were featured in the BBC1 programme Let There Be Light directed by Tim Kirby.
The programme was part of the Imagine series presented by Alan Yentob.
Artist's page >
| ||October 2008 |
Photographs at Zoo Art Fair
Ancient & Modern gallery exhibited photographs by Jane England (curator and director of England & Co) at the Zoo Art Fair, Royal Academy of Arts, London, together with works by Alan Kane, Peter Linde Busk, Matthias Dornfield, Des Hughes and Ruth Ewan.
|From October 2008|
Paule Vézelay on view at Tate Modern
Paule Vézelay's painting Curves & Circles (1930) is currently included in the new display Poetry and Dream: Surrealism and Beyond at Tate Modern. The large room at the heart of the display is devoted to Surrealism, while the surrounding displays look at other artists who, in different ways, have responded to or diverged from Surrealism, or explored related themes.
|September 2008 |
Eric Clapton opens
Philippe Mora's exhibition
The Gallery's new exhibition, Philippe Mora:
Then and Now – Works from 1960s London
to Los Angeles Today, was opened by the artist's
old friend Eric Clapton. Artist's page >
The Age > The Spectator Australia >
|The year 2009 |
Jason Wallis-Johnson and the Moderne Calendar
The New York company Mrs John L Strong has a long tradition of hand-engraved stationery. Each year they produce a range of limited-edition desk calendars and,
in the first of a series of collaborations with artists, they have chosen 12 of
Jason Wallis-Johnson’s meticulous drawings for their 2009 Moderne Calendar.
Mrs John L Strong > Artist's page >
|Until mid-October 2008 |
Paule Vézelay at the Courtauld
A display of work by Paule Vézelay – including paintings, sculpture and works on paper – is part of the Courtauld Institute of Art's 75th anniversary celebrations, and marks the Paule Vézelay Essay Prize and the donation of items from the artist's library to the Courtauld Institute. The display, curated
by Jane England, is installed in the exhibition space outside the main library in the East Wing of the Institute in Somerset House, Strand, London WC2.
|Until 14 September 2008 |
Georgia Russell in Holland
Gallery artist Georgia Russell is currently included in the Holland Paper Biennial 2008 at the CODA Museum in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands.
|April—May 2008 |
Photographs by Jane England
Gallery curator and director Jane England has an exhibition of her early photographs, together with vortographs by Alvin Langdon Coburn, at the Ancient & Modern gallery, London EC1.
Ancient & Modern > Flavorpill review >
|April 2008 |
Rego acquired by the British Museum
A rare early work on paper by Paula Rego from a private collection has been acquired by the British Museum through the gallery.
|April 2008 |
Stuart Brisley in the British Museum
The British Museum has acquired five works on paper by Stuart Brisley from England & Co. The works address political issues, including the fall of the Berlin Wall, Ireland and the IRA, and the British monarchy. Artist's page >
|Until 1 August 2008|
British Outsiders in Paris
England & Co has lent works by Albert Louden,
Farouq Molloy, Richard Nie, Perifimou and Ben Wilson
to the major exhibition British Outsider Art at
Musée La Halle Saint Pierre in Paris.
Clive James: browsing at England & Co
What started as a personal archive has expanded into cyberspace as author, critic and collector Clive James shares his enthusiasms with a worldwide readership at www.clivejames.com. The site has sections entitled Text, Video, Audio – and Gallery, which features England & Co artists
Albert Herbert, Georgia Russell and Geneviève Seillé.
|12 February—5 April 2008|
Stuart Brisley: Crossings
The artist's new exhibition at the John Hansard Gallery in Southampton offers a compelling account of two tragedies: the sinking of two famous 20th-century ships RMS Titanic and MV Estonia.
Touching Black Ice
|In the sound installation Touching Black Ice, Brisley explores the legacy of the Titanic which sank on its maiden voyage after leaving Southampton in 1912. His new film Estonia retraces the story of the sinking of the ferry in the Baltic in 1994 and 'combines the dread of the event with the strangeness of revisiting a site of disaster.' John Hansard Galley > Artist's page > |
|24 February—16 March 2008 |
Persian perspectives in New York
Samira Abbassy is one of the artists currently featured in the Persian Arts Festival in New York. Four of her new works can be seen in Weaving the Common Thread at the Queens Museum of Art. Subtitled Perspectives from Iranian Artists, the exhibition explores the influence of the post-revolutionary Iranian diaspora on contemporary Persian art. Persian Arts Festival >
|November 2007—13 January 2008 |
… in Cardiff where Stuart Brisley, Ian Hinchliffe, Alastair MacLennan and Tatsumi Orimoto are featured in Flashes from the Archives of Oblivion at the Chapter gallery. The exhibition brings together photographs, videos, drawings and ephemera documenting seminal performances of the 1970s, along with recent works.
|November 2007—9 March 2008|
Lijn collage at the British Museum
Hanging/Floating Gardens of Rock City i, the collage acquired by the British Museum from Liliane Lijn's 2006 exhibition at England & Co, is now on public display. It is included in Recent Acquisitions Part ii, devoted to 20th and 21st-century works on paper, in Prints and Drawings Gallery, Room 90, the British Museum, London WC2, until 9 March 2008.
|October 2007—27 April 2008|
Four Map the Imagination at the V&A
Works by four artists acquired through England & Co are currently on view at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, as part of the display Mapping the Imagination. Druksland—Physical and Social 15 January 1974, 11.30am by Michael Druks, Britain: March 2003 (Britain on Iraq) by Georgia Russell, and Which Direction (You Are Here ii) by Vito Drago are in the Julie and Robert Breckman Prints Gallery; London Lightbox by Jason Wallis-Johnson can be seen in the Prints, Drawings and Architecture Education Room.
Afnan in St Petersburg
Works by Maliheh Afnan are featured in the exhibition The Dance of Pen and Ink – Contemporary Art of the Middle East at the State Museum of Oriental Art at the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg.
On the map in Ireland
Works by several England & Co artists – including Chris Kenny and Satomi Matoba – are included in (C)artography: Map-making as Artform at the Crawford Gallery, Cork. The exhibition takes the the work of early map-makers as its starting point for a survey of contemporary artists who use mapping methodologies, often for very different reasons. The exhibition is accompanied by an illustrated catalogue featuring Map Circle (16 Typhoons) by Chris Kenny on the cover. Until 10 Nov 2007.
Morag Ballard's painting Noon has been chosen as the cover image for Peter Davies' new book, St Ives 1975—2005: Art Colony in Transition, published by the St Ives Printing & Publishing Company.
|11-16 September 2007|
Modern British at the RCA
England & Co will be represented at the 20/21 British Art Fair again this year. Featured artists will include John Armstrong, Morag Ballard, Martin Bradley, Rolf Brandt, Benjamin Creme, Arthur Giardelli, William Green, Heinz Henghes, Ivon Hitchens, Peter Kinley, Liliane Lijn, Anne Rothenstein and Paule Vézelay. The Fair takes place at the Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7.
During this time the Gallery will be open as usual with the current exhibition, Klaus Friedeberger: Works 1940-1970. England & Co at the Fair >
Letting it all hang out: my life as a naked artist
Grayson Perry writing in The Times recalls his experiences with the Neo Naturists, currently celebrated in their exhibition at England & Co.
The Times > Artist's page >
The Neo Naturists are now online at www.neonaturists.org.uk
Anytown in Kent
Works by Vito Drago, Alberto Duman, Chris Kenny and Jason Wallis-Johnson are currently on view in Anytown, an exhibition exploring the urban environment through the eyes of artists, photographers and designers from across four continents. At Mascalls Gallery in Kent, 11 June—19 July.
Alberto Duman and Georgia Russell in V & A collection
The Victoria & Albert Museum, London has acquired one of Alberto Duman's screenprints from his English International Images series: View of Braziers Park, Ibsden, near Wallingford. Artist's page >
The Museum has also acquired a second work by Gallery artist Georgia Russell, Britain: March 2003 (subtitled Britain on Iraq). The Museum already owns a cut-book work from her series Clans and Tartans of Scotland. Artist's page >
Druksland Physical and Social
England & Co have sold an example of Michael Druks' iconic image, Druksland Physical and Social 15 January 1974, 11.30am to the Print Collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. This image was featured in England & Co's exhibitions The Map Is Not the Territory ii and iii. Artist's page >
Another example from the series is included in the artist's major retrospective exhibition Michael Druks: Travels in Druksland at the Museum of Art, Ein Harod, Israel (May–August 2007).
Culture Bound... four England & Co artists exhibit at the Courtauld Institute
Works by four Gallery artists – Chris Kenny, Georgia Russell, Victor Drago and Jason Wallis-Johnson – can be seen in the Courtauld Institute of Art's East Wing Collection VII. This biennial exhibition is curated by a committee of Courtauld students and displayed in the Institute's East Wing in Somerset House, London. England & Co sponsored the production of an artist's map designed and hand-drawn by Jason Wallis-Johnson as a guide for visitors to find their way through the warren of rooms and staircases in the East Wing and to discover where individual works are to be found.
East Wing Collection VII is entitled Culture Bound and showcases the works of 39 contemporary artists. Culture Bound, write the curators, was born out of the premise that we are all essentially restricted within a specific and evolving cultural experience. The exhibition explores the ways in which contemporary art can prompt a reconsideration of cultural boundaries. East Wing Collection VII: Culture Bound >
Stuart Brisley sculpture acquired for Leeds Museum
The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds Museums & Galleries (with assistance from
The Art Fund) has acquired Stuart Brisley's Untitled wall relief, c1962-63 from the recent exhibition at England & Co: Stuart Brisley: Works 1958-2006.
This assemblage 'is a pivotal early work marking the artist's transition in the early 1960s from collage and relief into three-dimensional sculpture using found objects and rubbish'. Artist's page >