2018 Objection Angus-Hughes Gallery London. Group exhibition

2018 Floor 2 – U-Think (part of Hammersmith & Fulham Arts Fest 2018) Riverside Building, London. Group exhibition

2015 I'm Not Being Funny But The Gallery LCCA London. Solo exhibition

2014 I'm Not Being Funny But Leeds College of Art Blenheim Walk Gallery, Leeds. Solo exhibition

2014 We Are LDN/The London Collection Westfield Centre, London. Group exhibition

2013–14 Material Matters: Martin Newth with Katie Cuddon, Matt Franks and Nick Pearson Gerald Moore Gallery, London

2013 Shelf Life Shed Gallery, Ilkley. Group exhibition

2010 Neither Use nor Ornament Dean Clough Galleries, Halifax, West Yorkshire. Solo exhibition 

2010–11 Visibly Evident Central Space Gallery, OPEN Arts Centre and Spinach (all London). Touring group exhibition of artists using photography www.visiblyevident.com

2009–10 The Sketchbook Project III Art House Co-op Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Group exhibition touring US venues including Museum of Contemporary Art, Washington DC., Laconia Gallery, Boston, Antenna Gallery, Chigago 

2007–09 Sitting Room UK and international exhibition of artists’ books, touring venues including Alsager Arts Centre, Manchester Metropolitan Univ., Permanent Gallery, Brighton and venues in the Netherlands, USA and Mexico 

2005 Drawing (Nick Pearson & David Ross) Central Space Gallery, London

2005 Rein a Declarer Kingsgate Gallery, London. Group exhibition

2004 Rein a Declarer La Faiencerie Bordeaux, France (part of NovArt ‘04 Bordeaux). Group exhibition

2003 MoDa Outsized Museum of Design & Domestic Architecture, Middlesex Univ., London. Group exhibition

2002 MoDarchitecture Museum of Design & Domestic Architecture, Middlesex Univ., London. Group exhibition 

2002 A suitable case...(part of ‘Arts Upstream’ Hammersmith & Fulham Arts Festival) Central Space Gallery, London. Group exhibition

2002 No sleep 'til Hammersmith Central Space Gallery, London. Group exhibition of short video works

2001 Drawing the Central Space Central Space Gallery, London. Group exhibition

2000 City Projects Century Gallery, London (exhibitor and co-curator on behalf of ANP Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium). Group exhibition

2000 City Projects de Buck Gallery, Ghent, Belgium

1999 Fin de Siecle Riverside Studios, London. Group exhibition

1998 The Death of Paper Varkhaus Museum Finland. Group exhibition

1998 Do-Fe-Su ANP Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium. Group exhibition

1998 Wish You Were Here (365 days) Central Space Gallery, London Solo exhibition

1997 20-20 Kingsgate Gallery, London. Group exhibition


2014 Interview with Leeds College of Art

2014 Review on Yorkshire Sculptors Group website

2007 The Blue Notebook Vol 1, No. 2, 
(Centre for Fine Print Research, Bristol School of Art, Media & Design). Featured artist's page, April issue

2001 Zingmagazine, New York (review of work in 2000 City Projects exhibition in Antwerp, by Angus Ivy

in issue 14)



anita makri photography: Private view 'I'm Not Being Funny But'


Saatchi Online





2016–present Head of Art History, School of Ideas, Richmond Art College/Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College

2013–present Associate Lecturer in Art History & Contextual Studies and other Foundation Course modules at LCCA, London

2012–present Lecturer in Modern Art History and 20th Century Design at OPEN Ealing Arts, London

2010–11 Adult Education lecturer in Modern Design History at Hounslow Continuing and Community Education, London

2010–12 Senior Lecturer in Modern Art & Design History and Contextual Studies at Cavendish College, London 

2007–09 Occasional artist’s residency at Knowsley Hey Arts College, Huyton, Merseyside (slide lectures and sculpture workshops with mainstream secondary school pupils)

2002–12 Visiting fine art and visual studies lecturer at Cavendish College, London



2000–09 Project manager, writer and picture editor for Channel 4 New Media Dept., various projects, particularly, project management over the four-year lifetime of the Channel 4 Big Art Project

2006 writer of a guide to contemporary art practice and genres, in Gallery section Channel 4 Big Art Project

2005 writer Creative Campaigning: Art and Politics. Article in EleXion ’05, website for Channel 4 to accompany the broadcaster's coverage of the 2005 UK General Election


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