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We are excited to announce that the CGP Gallery, London, 2015 Open Winner is Rob Flint for his video work BAND (2015).

Rob wins a prize of £250 and a limited edition print. Mark Titchner (CGP exhibiting artist in 2014 and Turner Prize nominee) judged this year’s winner."

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Rob Flint will lead a spoken-word choir performance as part of  Beverley Bennett's Dissonance.

2 July 2016 - 11 September 2016

Mezzanine Gallery

New Art Exchange

39-41 Gregory Boulevard

Nottingham NG7 6BE

The artists collaborating with Beverley Bennett are: Antonio Abatangelo, Chiara Dellerba, Rob Flint, Jess Murray, David Stickman Higgins, Honey Williams.

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10 June – 1 July 2016

Bloc Projects is pleased to present About the Work, a new billboard by Nottingham based artist Rob Flint.

About the Work is an ongoing writing project by Flint that takes various forms, from performances and readings to texts and prints.

For the Bloc Billboard, About the Work is manifest as a series of repetitive statements describing an absent object or ‘work’. Conveying an object of continually shifting shape, described in terms by turn exaggerated and mundane, the billboard is at once an unreliable signpost for another ambiguous form, an object that describes itself, and a series of instructions or demands placed upon the viewer.

More details:

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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

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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The 2016 Nottingham Castle Open exhibition began on 22nd October and includes four artists from

Selected from a submission of over 400 midlands-based practitioners, Claire Davies, Rob Flint, Andrew Pepper and Gerard Williams have work included.

The exhibition is open until 8th January 2017.



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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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