19th June – 23rd July, Artist’s talk – 18th July, 7pm
Millennium Gallery, St Ives
Awaken From the Dream of Reality opened to a fantastic reception at Millennium Gallery on 21st June and continues to receive a great response. The exhibition continues until the 23rd July.
Tim Shaw will be holding an artist’s talk to discuss the exhibition and his practice on Thursday 18th July at Millennium, St Ives, 7pm – all are welcome.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland have recently acquired ‘Man on Fire’ (small version) to add to their collection.
‘Man on Fire’ is about terror, and was originally conceived in 2007 as a hypothetical proposal for the forth plinth in response to the US led invasion of Iraq.
For more images and information about this work go to:
The first biannual, forming a blue-print for a future biennale
28th March – 14th April 2013
Curated by Joseph Clarke, Jesse Leroy Smith, Sam Bassett and Neil Scott, this exhibition at the old coffin store in Truro was extremely well received and is the first in a proposed series of events over the coming year.
The Bisto Kids Gone Wrong will be exhibited in The Dark Rooms – a monumental exhibition curated by Jesse Leroy Smith in Helston, on the 2nd and 3rd February 2013.
Also showing are The Pregnant Fairy and a figure from Soul Snatcher Possession.
I am thrilled to have been invited to be a judge for the prestigious Threadneedle Prize.
More information about which can be found on the website – http://threadneedleprize.com/
Commissioned by Sir Richard Carew Pole The Green Man was unveiled on the 9th December 2012 to a small gathering of the Carew Pole family and friends.
Cast into bronze The Green Man (155cm in diameter x 40cm in depth) now forms part of the Carew Pole Garden Trust collection which includes sculpture by William Pye, Peter Randell-Page and Ellis O’Connell. These can be viewed throughout the impressive grounds which opened to the public on the 2nd March, 2013.
Located between the towns of Antony and Torpoint, Cornwall, the Carew family have owned Antony estate since the mid 16th Century, with the House being built in 1721 – it has been the primary residence of the family since then. The estate has been the location for various films including Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, 2008.
Open times can be found on the website – http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/antony/