Thursday, 17 April 2008

After Dark

next show "After Dark" a group show at Eleven Fine Art, featuring Cecilia Bonilla, Tobias Collier, Stephen Dunne, Jorge de la Garza, Rachel Goodyear and Franck Rezzak opens May 28th-21 June, private view wed 28th all welcome....

Tuesday, 25 March 2008

watercolours don't have to be frumpy !

Tuesday, 18 March 2008

Pilot Japan, Der Zauberlehrling ist tot !

Happy St. Patricks Day !
Der Zauberlehrling has now finished,
a huge thank you to everybody who came out to Berlin.

Next up "Pilot" the travelling archive I'm part of is off to Japan,
They will be shown at two venues, one in Yokohama at ZAIM [20th - 30th March 2008], and another in Tokyo at the 101 Art Fair [April 03-06, 2008].

Monday, 18 February 2008

Der Zauberlehrling

"The Sorcerer's Apprentice" my first solo show in Berlin opens at Rise Berlin on Saturday 23rd Feb, strange voodoo in all your favourite colours....... all welcome !
Opening: Saturday, 23rd February 2008, 18.00 - 22.00 Exhibition runs until 17th March 2008 Opening times: Thursday to Sunday 13.00 - 19.00 or by appointment

Wednesday, 13 February 2008

Black Magick Man:

Dazed and Confused magazine, March !

Wednesday, 6 February 2008

Art4 @ Channel 4
The Channel 4 show went up over the weekend, here's a few images of the installation...

Colemanprojects show

The "Dumb Tings" opening last Friday was a great success, a very big thanks to everybody who came along. The wall of drawings in a grid above is the work of John Strutton.

Tuesday, 22 January 2008



From Monday 4th February my work is being exhibited as part of Art4, 
at Channel 4 's Horseferry road building, in London.
Featuring ten new paintings, including 'We are the Dead," above.

The Sorcerer's Apprentice or Der Zauberlehrling

If your in Berlin on the 23rd February come along to my solo show at Rise.
New Paintings, loosely inspired by the chaotic world of Disney's Fantasia..... releasing strange voodoo in all your favourite colours.....

Dumb Tings


New works by Stephen Dunne & John Strutton

Both Dunne’s and Strutton’s work shares a preoccupation with ritualistic process, debased iconographies and compulsive aesthetics.  Sometimes brutal often absurd their approach to figuration is fractured, automatic and schizophrenic.  Through a serial production of work both artists attempt a form of cultural reclamation through visual indulgence.

“A collection of Austin’s Spare parts, with an introduction to malignant relatives, piss pot pilgrims and backward looking, inside down, somnambulant truck drivers, driven to dribbling over hermetic trousers and incontinent poetry, they wouldn’t know a dumb ting if it sat up and ate ‘em (starving fools that they are).” , Bermondsey.Private view Friday 1st 6-9pm.