This year Jerwood Charitable Foundation was thrilled to support the making of an epic new film work by @rachela_maclean #makemeup which is currently on display until 16 December at @zabludowicz_collection in London. #1418Now #RepresentNow @hopscotch_films_uk @bbcarts @creativescots @1418now #JerwoodCharitableFoundation Image: @rachela_maclean Make Me Up, 2018, film still.
Mark Essen's new exhibition, Build A Wall, with @eprjcts Birmingham, opens tomorrow night from 6pm as part of final exhibition for the #3phase collaboration. Since 2017 @nessekram has exhibited at @workplace_foundation and @jerwoodjva for the project which supports three artists to have three evolving exhibitions each at three organisations. Mark Essen, Believe Your Beliefs and Doubt Your Doubts, 2017. ‘Tis ‘Ard to be a God, 2017 – installation view. Photo: Anna Arca
#jerwoodFVUawards artists @maevekrbrennan and @imranperretta will be discussing the ideas and motivations behind their works on show at @EdgeArtsBath on Friday, 7 December at 6pm. The talk will be chaired by curator and writer @borthwickben and you can book your FREE ticket through the @EdgeArtsBath website. Image: Maeve Brennan, Listening in the Dark, 2018, still, courtesy of the artist
We're thrilled that Syllabus alumni and #JVASurvey artist @chrisalton is exhibiting in @newcontemps which opens TONIGHT at South London Gallery 7-9pm. You can see Chris' work at #JVAsurvey in London until 16 December before the work goes on tour to @balticgateshead @g39cardiff @the_bluecoat in 2019. Photo: Anna Arca Image: Chris Alton, A Hollywood Film in which Climate Change is Averted, 2018
We are proud to announce 12 new artists to watch in 2019 who will receive awards and commissions through Jerwood Charitable Foundation’s 2019 visual arts development and exhibition programme at @jerwood_space London and on tour nationally. The total value of grants directly awarded to artists is over £100k. Each newly commissioned artist will receive dedicated specialist support in the form of time, space, mentoring, advocacy and funding to experiment and develop ambitious new work that has the potential to transform their practice and career. Photo: @hydardewachi
Next Saturday at Jerwood Space, a tea making workshop exploring histories of empire, sugar and spices. Led by artist @hollycagraham and cook Fozia Ismail. Free to attend, book a place on our website. Image: Holly Graham, Sweet Swollen, 2018. Detail. Photo: Anna Arca.
#JVAsurvey artist @millypeck is showing alongside @jerwoodjva 2018 beneficiaries @hollycagraham and @rheastorr in group show FAKERS that opens today and runs until 16 December at @thamessidestudiosse18 in London. Photo: Anna Arca Image: Landing Good Sync Will Pay Dividends, Milly Peck. 2018
Choreographer @sanzuku is celebrating his year with @wearedance4 at #ic4c as Graduate Dance Artist, a Weston Jerwood Creative Bursary placement. Leaving in true style, Bakani will be sharing his solo work, 'Grief from the past' to conclude the period of choreographic development he has undertaken through the placement on Tuesday, 4 December, 3:30PM-5PM. Please RSVP @wearedance4 to attend. Image: #bakanipickup
This Friday the gallery will be open until 8pm for #SLAMfriday where you can see #JVAsurvey - an exhibition which platforms the work of 15 early career artists currently working in the UK. Photo: Max Colson Image: @emmacousin 'Song Drapes' 2018
#JVAsurvey artist @ashleyholmes__ has an exciting week! Ashley will be giving a talk at @sitegallery tomorrow evening on 'What does it mean to be a Black artist in the North?'. AND this Friday Ashley will be performing 'AAA' at @twoqueensstudio for @leicesterartweek.info to accompany his current exhibition 'Cry Then Win Then Lose Reaction' which is on until 8 December 2018 at @twoqueenstudio Photo: Max Colson Image: Ashley Holmes, Good To Us, 2018
On 10 December at 7pm @thomas_goddard will be presenting bonus content from his new video work, 'The word of mouse (grok your cornea gumbo)', which screens throughout the day at our #JVAsurvey exhibition. The galleries at Jerwood Space will be open late as Thomas does a live DVD commentary. Get your FREE ticket by following the link in our bio. Image: Thomas Goddard, 'The word of mouse (grok your cornea gumbo)', still
TOMORROW we'll be streaming the 16mm film 'Potting Up' by #jvasurvey artist @nicole_e_morris #LIVE on the @Jerwoodjva Instagram. Tune in at 3pm! Photo: Anna Arca Image: Nicole Morris, Channels: How to be a good mother, artist, wife and lover?, 2018
Coming up this week: Jerwood Staging Series continues with Beth Emily Richards, Poor Copy; Sophie Hoyle, Chronica; and Not I curated by Chris Fite-Wassilak. http://ow.ly/z9Bu30lJsDK #JVAStaging Image: Petr Znachor
Morgan Quaintance is currently in the gallery installing a temporary installation to accompany a screening of his new documentary ‘Letter From Tokyo’. Open from 7pm tonight!
Rubiane Maia currently performing as part of our first Jerwood Staging Series event, Sensational Bodies. Curated by Adelaide Bannerman and Jessica Taylor of the @icf__ @rubianemaia_artwork @adelaide.bannerman
Join the team at Jerwood Charitable Foundation as Events and Audience Engagement Co-ordinator for Jerwood Visual Arts. Deadline: 1 October 2018 Head to the JCF website to find out more. Image: Keira Greene, x-is-x (2017). Reading performed as part of Slant – for the Unsettling, an evening of films and words in action in the age of American Author Thomas Pynchon come to fruit, curated by Gareth Evans. (June 2017). Commissioned for Jerwood Staging Series, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Photo: Hydar Dewachi
Adam Patterson's work, Lookalook, is currently being screened online as part of LADA Screens. Head to the @thisisliveart website to view to the work. In his practice, Adam Patterson explores strategies of resistance to particular neo-colonial structures, working to subvert perceptions and deconstruct tropes associated with the post-colonial Caribbean. Tomorrow he will show film + new performance here at the gallery at @jerwood_space as part of #JVAStaging.
Jerwood Staging Series will continue with Beth Emily Richards, Poor Copy, a body of work comprising new moving-image and performance investigating historical narratives and archival fragments of Michael Jackson’s visits to Devon, UK, during the early 2000’s 11 September, 7pm Head to our website to book Image: Beth Emily Richards, Yes, It Really Did Happen, 2018
Interested in the fragility and vulnerability of human existence, Rubiane Maia examines the synergies and relationships between bodies, objects and nature. As part of Jerwood Staging Series: Sensational Bodies this coming Thursday, she will screen a film work and present a new performance. The evening is curated by Adelaide Bannerman and Jessica Taylor of the International Curators Forum. Head to our website to book. #JVAStaging @rubianemaia_artwork Image courtesy of the artist
On Sat 15 September, Edwin Rostron and Supreme Vagabond Craftsman will present Phased Return @closeupfilmcentre - a new audiovisual performance incorporating animation, video, electronic music and long-form prose poetry. @edwin_rostron
Next Friday is Jerwood Staging Series - Letter from Tokyo The premiere screening of a documentary film by Morgan Quaintance exploring arts, culture and politics in Tokyo. 7 Sep, 7-9pm Image: Morgan Quaintance, Letter from Tokyo, 2018.
Writing on Jerwood/Photoworks Awards artist Joanna Piotrowska up on the @frieze_magazine website: When Joanna Piotrowska Was Accused of Being a Spy, She Focused Her Lens on Roses - A visual essay born out of a trip the Polish artist made three years ago to the South Caucasus #JPA15 @janka_piotrowska @photoworks_uk
Last couple of days to catch #JVASurvey artist Milly Peck's Summer Window Installation at @tintypelondon. Exhibition runs until 31 August. Within her work, she explores the push-pull between the flat and three-dimensional. She'll be part of group exhibition Survey, taking place here at the gallery later this year.
Last week young people from The OBC Youth Club visited @jerwoodspace171 for a look at the Jerwood Solo Presentations and Project Space exhibitions to think about different ways of working creatively with audio, in a session led by @raju_rage . #JVASolo #robcrosse @susiegreen_ @horgiagorgon @hollycagraham
Writing on Holly Graham's Project Space commission Sweet Swollen and the work of Tina Campt, by JVA Writer in Residence Taylor Le Melle, now up on our website. Tomorrow is the final day to see the exhibition. Open 10am-2pm. #JVAPS Image: Anna Arca @melrose_tay @hollycagraham
Snap of Susie Green performing at the gallery last week w/ collaborator Simon Bayliss as duo Splash Addict, with Susie Jerwood Solo Presentations installation as their stage. It's the final weekend to catch the exhibition - closes Sunday! Image captured by @hydardewachi #JVASolo @susiegreen_ @swimonbaybliss
Jerwood Makers Open 2018 - 1 month left to apply! A commissioning initiative offering time, curatorial advice and logistical backup for early-career makers. Apply here: ow.ly/SAuT30kXW7E #JMO18 Deadline 24 Sep 2018, 5pm Image: Jessica Harrison, 54 Pins, 44 Followers, 2017.
It's the final week of Jerwood Solo Presentations 2018. Last opportunity to see new works by Rob Crosse, Susie Green and Georgia Horgan before the exhibition closes this Sunday 26 August! Image: visitors watching Dear Barb by Georgia Horgan Photo: @hydardewachi @susiegreen_ @horgiagorgon #RobCrosse
Rob Crosse's performance, One day all this could be yours, took place at the gallery last week. Told through the perspective of a younger man attracted to older men, the performance explored connections between the influences of industry, care and desire. Photos: @hydardewachi
We'll be open until 8pm tomorrow night for #SLAMFriday. Currently on display in the gallery is Jerwood Solo Presentations: new works by Rob Crosse, Susie Green and Georgia Horgan #JVASolo @horgiagorgon @SusieGreen_ @SLArtMap Image: Rob Crosse, Before and Vintage (installation view). Photo: Anna Arca
The deadline for applications for the role of Head of Programme (maternity cover) at Jerwood Visual Arts is tomorrow. More info can be found on the Jerwood Charitable Foundation website Image: works by Lua Ribiera Photo: @hydardewachi
Artist Susie Green and writer Philomena Epps are in conversation on Monday evening at Jerwood Space. The event accompanies Susie Green's work as part of #JVASolo. Book a place via the Jerwood Visual Arts website. @SusieGreen_ @eppsphilomena Image: visitor with works by Susie Green. Photo: @hydardewachi
“Everything’s fleshed by somebody’s subjectivity, somebody’s imaginary” - Georgia Horgan on history, in conversation with Huw Lemmey earlier this evening. #jvasolo
We had a brilliant time at @liverpoolbiennial over the weekend. Our top tips if you plan to visit include Melanie Smith @the_bluecoat Agnes Varda @fact_liverpool Rehana Zaman at Blackburne House plus @newcontemps which includes work by @chrisalton (pictured) who’ll be exhibiting with us later in the year in Survey
Sweet Swollen, a new commission by Holly Graham, is on display in the Project Space until 25 August. Comprising print and audio, the works consider historic links between domestic culinary culture and visual culture within Europe. The works take as their starting point a pair of Meissen porcelain sweetmeat bowls currently on display in a collection in the Victoria and Albert Museum. Ten etching works on steel depict the hands of a selection of these figurines outstretched and frozen in gestures of servitude. The audio comprises a series of edited interviews with eight V&A African Heritage tour guides. Conducted by Graham, these explore the violence of colonial history, what it means to encounter these sweetmeat bowls from today’s perspective, and personal, social and political connotations associated with sugar and sweet treats. The project space is open Monday-Friday 10am-5pm and Saturdays 10am-2pm Image: Holly Graham, Sweet Swollen. Photo: Anna Arca
Survey, a major exhibition presenting new works by 15 early-career artists from across the UK, will run from 3 October to 16 December at Jerwood Space. Survey is the largest review of contemporary art practice in Jerwood Visual Art’s 12 years of programming. Exhibiting artists: Chris Alton, Simeon Barclay, Hazel Brill, Flo Brooks, Emma Cousin, Joe Fletcher Orr, Tom Goddard, Ashley Holmes, Lindsey Mendick, Nicole Morris, Milly Peck, Anna Raczynski, Will Sheridan Jr, Rae-Yen Song and Frank Wasser Image: Milly Peck, Pressure Head (installation view) (2018). Image courtesy of the artist and Assembly Point. Photograph Ben Westoby.
Final week to apply for Film and Video Umbrella's Curatorial Practice Award 2018, intended to enable people from low-income backgrounds to pursue curatorial careers in the arts. Submit your proposal for a project based in artists' moving image before 5pm, 23 July @filmvidumbrella Image: Simon Martin, Louis Ghost Chair, 2012. Commissioned by FVU and the Holburne Museum, Bath, in association with Collective, Edinburgh, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland and Elena Hill. Supported by Arts Council England with additional support from Henry Moore Foundation. Photo: Colin Davison.
Jerwood Solo Presentations is on until 26 August. Come see new works by Rob Crosse, Susie Green and Georgia Horgan Jerwood Space is open Monday-Friday 10am-5pm and Saturdays and Sundays 10am-3pm Image: Georgia Horgan, Dear Barb (installation view). Photo: Anna Arca