'Anonymous' exhibition opportunity

View Gallery in Bristol are collaborating with Gregg Latchams (a local law firm) for a charity event with an aim of raising £10,000 for the Prince's Trust by the end of September 2011. 

Similar in nature to the RCA 'Secrets' postcard exhibition of unnamed artwork, 'Anonymous' will present the work of unknown artists to the general public who can then purchase their favourite piece. Each artwork will cost £25 and must be 5x7 or 6x8 inches in size.

There will also be an art auction hosted by auctioneer Andrew Morgan on the opening night of the exhibition.

Should you wish to take part in either event, please check View Gallery here or contact Marissa Rabone by email or phone 0117 9069477. 

July News

Midge Naylor & Alex Korzer-Robinson at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.
Midge Naylor, Studio M6, and Alex Korzer-Robinson, G6, both selected from amongst 12,000 entries to hang in the Royal Academy summer exhibition. Alex appeared on ‘The  Culture Show’ and Midge got a mention in the very literary ‘Spectator’ mag. 
“A much needed shaft of wit can be found in ‘Max Ernst’s Trampette’, carefully spiked by Midge Naylor.” Andrew Lambirth writing on the RA summer exhibition.
Inner Life by Alex Korzer-Robinson 2010

Harriet White at the BP National Portrait Awards
Harriet White  Studio M4, successful for the second time in being selected for the BP National Portrait Awards exhibition. 

Wanderflower by Harriet White

Deborah Feiler at Great Ormond Street
Deborah Feiler, M4, selected by Axis, the artist’s database to take part in a digital group exhibition at Great Ormond St. Hospital.

Hannah Cummings new publication
Children’s author and illustrator Hannah Cumming, M6, is about to publish her second book, ‘The Lost Stars’.
The Lost Stars by Hannah Cummings

Will Kendrick in Oxford
Will Kendrick, G10, shows in ‘Circumference’, until 16th July, a mixed exhibition at Sarah Wiseman Gallery, Summertown, Oxford.

Helen Ward: Ethical Awards commission.
BV paper artist, Helen Ward, M1, commissioned to make 12 trophies for the Observer Ethical Awards on the subject of Butterflies, was overwhelmed to be mixing with the stars at the awards ceremony in the V&A on June 10th. She rubbed shoulders with celebrity hosts Colin Firth and Lily Cole. James Lovelock was honoured with a lifetime achievement award www.birdface.net 

Louise Short at Los Gazquez
Louise Short, G4, is to return to Los Gazquez for part three in a series of residencies for Joya: arte + ecologia.  www.losgazquez.com/blog

Mariele Neudecker in New York, Berlin & Norway
Mariele Neudecker, G5. Currently has 3 exhibitions until September:
‘Otherworldly’, Artist Dioramas and Small Specacles, curated by David McFadden, MAD Museum, New York, USA.
‘Screaming From The Mountain’, Landscapes and Viewpoints. Curated by Pontus Kyander, Sörlandets Kunstmuseum, Norway.
Rohkunstbau, Schloss Marquart, curated by Mark Gisbourne Berlin, Germany.

Ruth Piper at RUH

Ruth Piper from M6, shows ‘Mini Abstractions’, with Mivart artist Cath O’Leary, at the Royal United Hospital, Bath from 19th July.

'100 Small Pictures' No. 91 by Ruth Piper

Tamany Baker

Tamany Baker, M3, has show on until 13th August at Prema Arts Centre, Uley, Gloucestershire and is working towards getting her book, 'Living with Wolfie', published by Dewi Lewis, with a launch early next year at the Tobacco Factory. 

Young Magpie by Tamany Baker

BV Studios welcome Christine Sullivan and Rob Flint

Motorcade/Flashparade, the artspace at BV Studios will play host to artists Christine Sullivan and Rob Flint this August. As winners of the 2011 summer residency submission they propose to use the gallery space to examine the use of the human voice in a ritualised context. 

For more information please check the website here

Martyn Cross at Aid & Abet

Martyn Cross from studio G1 will have paintings and curios on show in this newly opened artist run space in Cambridge until the end of July 2011. For further information please check the Aid & Abet website www.aidandabet.co.uk
Some installation views below...