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BAD SIGNS/adjustments
Louisa Chambers, Craig Fisher and Rob Flint are exhibiting at:

 

Atkinsons' Kram Gallery
302 Garratt Lane
Wandsworth, London SW18 4EH

May and June 2016

www.kram-gallery.org

Following a public residency at the Harley Gallery in the East Midlands the collaborative trio of Louisa Chambers, Craig Fisher and Rob Flint use Atkinsons - Kram Gallery as a project space to explore their varied interests in dazzle camouflage, hazard signage, and blurred boundaries between object and background, revelation and concealment.

During their time in this space the artists will create ’adjustments’ -intervening to alter each other's installation in ways that interrupt and redirect the points of focus in this very public space. BAD SIGNS/adjustments will be present during May and June. Adjustments will be made unannounced throughout this time. There will be a closing event end of June

 

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Work by Craig Fisher is included in the Pump House Gallery's  "Things We Didn't Have Before" exhibition.

Preview—18 November 2015 6:30–8:30pm

Exhibition dates— 19 November 2015– 13 December 2015

For its third annual open call exhibition, "things we didn't have before", Pump House Gallery transforms into a cabinet of curiosities.
Each of the gallery's floors serve as different compartments, a treasure trove of wondrous artworks and objects that await discovery.

 

Pump House Gallery
Battersea Park
London
SW11 4NJ
02088717572 i

pumphousegallery.org.uk

 

 

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A new exhibition of work by James Politano has been curated by Craig Fisher at Mrs Ricks Cupboard, Primary, Nottingham.

It features work by recent NTU fine art graduate Politano. The Private View is at 7pm on 8th January 2015  and the exhibition continues until 30th January. 

More info at http://www.mrsrickscupboard.com

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STANDARDISED VERSIONS (RUBBLE)  

Bloc Billboard Commission 24 March 6 - 7:30pm

 A new billboard version of 'Standardised Versions (Rubble)' made by artists Craig Fisher and Helen Stratford has been selected for the Bloc Billboard commission at  Bloc Projects Sheffield.

The billboard will be launched with a 'Live Demonstration' on 24 March 6 - 7:30pm

 

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Craig Fisher has been selected for Craft Emergency 2014 at Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth.

10th October -  4th January 2015.

 www.aspex.org.uk/events/craft-emergency-2014-group-exhibition

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Craig Fisher, Andrew Pepper, Geoff Litherland, Danica Maier, Andrew Brown, Rob Flint and Sean Cummins showed work in Still Unresolved at the ( ) Gallery, located in Nottingham Trent University's Fine Art studios at the School of Art and Design, Nottingham.

The gallery has been organised and curated by a team of fine art students and this marks the final show of the year.

Exhibition dates : 28th April - 5th May 2016.

 

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Craig Fisher has curated a new show for Mrs Ricks Cupboard, Primary, Nottingham. It features work by Sean Edwards. The Private View is at 7pm on 30 October and the exhibition continues until 12 December. More info at http://www.mrsrickscupboard.com

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Exhibition includes work by Craig Fisher.

Jerwood Drawing Prize 2015 - Tour to Canterbury
11 February - 9 April 2016
Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury.
 
Jerwood Drawing Prize 2015 - Tour to Falmouth
23 April - 25 June 2016
Falmouth Art Gallery 
 
The Jerwood Drawing Prize is the largest and longest running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK.
 
Selected from original drawings, the Jerwood Drawing Prize has established a reputation for its commitment to championing excellence, and to promoting and celebrating the breadth of contemporary drawing practice within the UK. The exhibition provides a platform to showcase the work of drawing practitioners, from student to established, and as a project helps to define a wider understanding of the role and value of drawing in creative practice. The longevity of the Prize, which has been running since 1994, is a testament to the appetite of the artists who make drawings, and the continued interest of audiences visiting the exhibition, making it one of the most popular shows in the Jerwood Visual Arts programme.
 
A total of 60 works by 58 artists, including one collaboration, have been selected for exhibition by the panel; Dexter Dalwood, artist; Salima Hashmi, artist, curator and writer; and John-Paul Stonard, art historian.
 
The Jerwood Drawing Prize 2015 artists are: Elisa Alaluusua, Ian Andrews, Robert Battams, Frances Blane, Hannah Blight-Anderson, Pia Bramley, Pete Burke, John Close, Julie Cockburn, Daniel Crawshaw, Gerry Davies, Cinzia Delnevo, Sammy Dent, Emma Douglas, Bryan Eccleshall, Pennie Elfick, Susan England, Exchange + Draw, Mark Farhall, Craig Fisher  Nina Fowler, Thomas Gosebruch, Thomas Harrison, Roland Hicks, William Hughes, Julia Hutton, Mehr Javed, Ben Johnson, Ali Kayley, Nigel Kingsbury, Lois Langmead, Gary Lawrence, Juliette Losq, William Mackrell, Sean Maltby, Grace McMurray, Anouk Mercier, Mary Millner, Joonhong Min, Paul Peden, Lee John Phillips, Ruth Philo, Giulia Ricci, Annette Robinson, Jenny Ross ,Gabriela Schutz, Sarah Seymour, Caroline Shadbolt, Soheila Sokhanvari, Charlotte Steel, Hanna ten Doornkaat, John Thole, Caroline Truss, Alan Turnbull, Ronis Varlaam, Rosie Vohra, Roy Willingham, Martha Zmpounou.
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