Very excited to be exhibiting at Superfine in February, after receiving an Arts Council England 'Developing Your Creative Practice!' Award
Thu, Feb 6, 2020 7:00 PM to Sun, Feb 9, 2020 8:00 PM
1933 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA, 90007, United States (map)
Superfine! Art Fair is returning to Magic Box @ The Reef in DTLA for its second LA edition, February 6 - 9, 2020. Throughout the four-day fair, you'll have the unique opportunity to meet and connect directly with top local and international artists, collectives, and galleries
Delighted that two of my bronzes 'The Drone' and 'Blow Out!' have been selected for the Royal Society of British Artists 303rd Annual Exhibition
at the Mall Galleries. The exhibition runs from 20 Feb 10 AM – 29 Feb 5 PM.
The Royal Society of British Artists boasts just over one hundred of the UK’s top painters, sculptors and printmakers as members, all possessing the highest levels of skill in their chosen styles and media.
More information on the exhibition is avaialble here.
'The Object of Art' is a new TV programme directed by Melissa Aston-Munslow, and produced by Samson Ibitoye.
Below is a clip from in my studio.
Rising Stars has been curated by Ralph Gelbert and is on show until August 2019.
The exhibition coincides with Kult(o)urnacht Speyer 2019 on Friday 14 June.
Makers Mark, No Format Gallery curated by Daniel Huckfield
No Format Gallery is located at Arch 29, Rolt Street, Deptford, SE8 5JB.
I recently exhibited at The Royal Institution, 21 Albermarle Street, Mayfair coinciding with the 50 Anniversary of Stanley Kubrick's '2001: A Space Odyssey'.
Patinated bronze, 84W x 36D x 48H CM, 2018
This is one of a new series of bronzes I've been working on after receiving an award from The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation in Canada last year.
Patinated bronze, 34H x 48W x 34D CM, 2018
Bronze with Yves Klein blue patina, 24H x 17W x 14D CM, 2018.
I'm very excited to be one of the ten artists selected for this residency, The 4. Internationales Künstlersymposium (Fourth International Artists Symposium) at the Villa Böhm, Neustadt an der Weinstraße hosted and curated by Ralph Gelbert.
Below are some photographs of the works I made at the Fourth International Artists Symposium at Villa Böhm, course of fellow resident artist Thomas Brenner.
I’m delighted to be exhibiting in ‘Air: Visualising the Invisible in British Art 1768-2017’ from June 16 to September 3 at The Royal West of England Academy in Bristol. More information is available here. http://www.rwa.org.uk/whats-on/air-visualising-invisible-british-art-1768-2017
Photos of the exhibition are below, courtesy of Alice Hendy. Exhibition review by Culture Calling is available here and below is The Times newspaper article about the exhibition.
Every cloud has a silver lining,
Pewter and readymade airplane,
20 × 18 × 16 cm,
I recently exhibited 'The Rocket Garden' a new painting at Wallspace Gallery at 607 N La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036.
“That Blitz Mentality” has been curated by Ashley Bradley and Angie Stimson.
Patinated verdigris bronze, 48W X 30H X 29D CM, 2016
Patinated bronze, 18W X 42H X 18D CM, 2016
I am delighted to have been selected to exhibit in the Young Contemporary Talent exhibition curated by Jo Baring and Alison Price from The Ingram Collection at the Cello Factory ( 35A Cornwall Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8TJ).
More information on the Ingram Collection and Young Contemporary Talent can be found here.
Internationall Space Station (Tiangong)
Patinated verdigris bronze, 22W X 34H X 18D CM
Photograph above courtesy John-Paul Bland (www.jpbland.co.uk).
Tuesday 18 October - "Too Fast To Think" Book Launch at the Supreme Court UK, London
It was great exhibiting some of my sculptures at this event for the book launch of Too Fast To Think by Chris Lewis. For more images please click here.
Photographs courtesy, © Licensed to simonjacobs.com. 18.10.16 London, UK.Chris Lewis, Too Fast to Think book launch at The Supreme Court, London, UK.FREE PRESS, EDITORIAL AND PR USAGE.Photo credit: Simon Jacobs
Various photographs from my solo show Lift Off! at New Art Projects, London
Bronze & card model Titanic 170W X 180H X 60D CM, 2014