This weekend is the launch of a Museum of Neoliberalism I've co-curated with Gavin Grindon, at The World Transformed 2019 festival in Brighton. Tickets are still available, but if you can't make it I'll be posting photos next week.
We also hope to show it elsewhere, including at WAR Gallery, and have been thinking about it as a starting point, and a sort of prototype for, The Thatcher Museum I was banging on about a few years ago.
I'll also be talking at the 'Subvertising Symposium' at The World Transformed on Sunday alongside Ad Block Bristol, Matt Bonner, Michelle Tylicki and Dog Section Press.
My work on display as part of the Art The Arms Fair group show which runs until the 13th September in Peckham, raising funds for Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT). All these works are for sale for CAAT. My 'Empire Air' short film is also being shown. The show is split across three locations: Safehouses 1 & 2 (137 & 139 Copeland Rd) for the main exhibition, 12pm–8pm weekdays and 10am–8pm at the weekend AMP Gallery (1 Acorn Parade) for Peter Kennard’s takeover, 12pm–8pm weekdays and 10am–8pm at the weekend AMP Studios (897a Old Kent Rd) for more art, 6pm–8pm on weekdays and 10am-8pm at the weekend (plus all the evening events – see the Art the Arms Fair website) Actions to try and stop the arms fair are continuing, if you have the time please consider getting involved, more details at stopthearmsfair.org.uk
Very happy to be a guest at The Lakes International Comic Art Festival this year. I'll be doing an exhibition and a couple of events, as well as a stall.
You can find the Facebook events for this and other events I'm doing on my events page.