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Art and Agriculture

Art and Agriculture

Artist’s talk and discussion with Paul Chaney and Uwe H. Martin

Whitechapel Gallery

2018

GB Farming

GB Farming

Exhibition view; GB Farming light box triptych with The Reapers by George Stubbs

Creating the Countryside: The Rural Idyll Past and Present, Compton Verney Art Gallery, Warwickshire

Photograph Jamie Woodley

2017

Museum of Contemporary Farming

Museum of Contemporary Farming

Installation view; Twitter proposals for a Museum of Contemporary Farming in the stores of the Museum of English Rural Life, University of Reading.

Funded by Wellcome Trust and Arts Council England for the MERL’s Making, Using and Enjoying programme

2018

Towards a Museum of Contemporary Farming

Towards a Museum of Contemporary Farming

Tour, talks and discussion of decommissioned dioramas in the Agriculture Gallery

Science Museum, London

2016

Easy Care Wallpaper (Harris Museum)

Easy Care Wallpaper (Harris Museum)

Installation view; exhibition vinyl

Green and Pleasant Land? Rural Life in Art, Harris Museum, Preston

2015

Easy Care Wallpaper (Boughton House)

Easy Care Wallpaper (Boughton House)

Installation view; plywood and paint

Boughton House, Northamptonshire

2014

Collected Works 2004 - 14

Collected Works 2004 - 14

Exhibition view; collected works presented to the Arts Council England Acquisitions Committee

Showing, from left to right:

Draw, Midland Cheese, John Clare's Desk, A Perfect Line, After Robert Bakewell (Blackbrook Longhorns) and Farming Fiction

Photograph David Severn

2014

Sheep Sketchbook

Sheep Sketchbook

Discussion at Leicester Cathedral with the Very Reverend David Monteith and Kate Genever, artist and farmer

For Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition at Attenborough Arts Centre, University of Leicester

2014

Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition

Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition

Exhibition view; EasyCare Wallpaper (Attenborough Arts Centre) and shepherd’s crook

Attenborough Arts Centre, University of Leicester

Photograph David Severn

2014

Imagine a New Revolution

Imagine a New Revolution

Farm walk and artist’s talk

Blackbrook Longhorns and Blackbrook Gallery, Leicestershire

2012

How is the Countryside Sold?

How is the Countryside Sold?

Exhibition view

Always Greener: Views of the Contemporary Countryside, Pitzhanger Manor House and Gallery, London

2013

Butcher, Baker (Village Walk)

Butcher, Baker (Village Walk)

International tour and workshop in the village of Wymeswold

For How is the Countryside Sold? with Alice Carey, commissioned by Radar Arts, Loughborough University and funded by the European Cultural Foundation

2011

Eye Spy John Clare

Eye Spy John Clare

Activity for How is the Countryside Sold? with Alice Carey, commissioned by Radar Arts, Loughborough University and funded by the European Cultural Foundation

Photograph Matthew Hoyland

2011

Untitled (Paper Angel, Ceiling Flower)

Untitled (Paper Angel, Ceiling Flower)

Installation view; participatory work with ink and pencil on paper

Christ Church Spitalfields, London

2011

Farming Fiction

Farming Fiction

Reading with Alice Carey for poetry event with Nottinghamshire farmers and DEFRA Secretary Caroline Spelman MP

Commissioned by Sideshow 2010 for the British Art Show 7

Photograph Philip Jackson

2010

Farming Fiction

Farming Fiction

Map of Nottinghamshire with participatory poems by farmers and DEFRA Secretary Dame Caroline Spelman MP

Commissioned by Sideshow 2010 for the British Art Show 7

Photograph David Severn

2010

Curating the Farm: Exchange and Value

Curating the Farm: Exchange and Value

Exhibition view

Curated work by Rebecca Cotton, Helen Thompstone, Kate Genever, Lauren Gault, John Plowman, Paul Barnes and Anne Douglas

The Yard Gallery, Wollaton Hall, Nottingham for Sideshow 2010 and the British Art Show 7

2010

Shakespeare's Museum

Shakespeare's Museum

Participatory work: ‘What would Shakespeare put in a Museum of Contemporary Farming?’ in Fisher Price toy barn

From I Engraft You New (Sonnet 15)

Commissioned by Shakespeare Link, Powys, Wales

2009

GB Farming

GB Farming

Exhibition view

Penlanole Farm, Powys, Wales

2007

Art and Agriculture

Artist’s talk and discussion with Paul Chaney and Uwe H. Martin

Whitechapel Gallery

2018

GB Farming

Exhibition view; GB Farming light box triptych with The Reapers by George Stubbs

Creating the Countryside: The Rural Idyll Past and Present, Compton Verney Art Gallery, Warwickshire

Photograph Jamie Woodley

2017

Museum of Contemporary Farming

Installation view; Twitter proposals for a Museum of Contemporary Farming in the stores of the Museum of English Rural Life, University of Reading.

Funded by Wellcome Trust and Arts Council England for the MERL’s Making, Using and Enjoying programme

2018

Towards a Museum of Contemporary Farming

Tour, talks and discussion of decommissioned dioramas in the Agriculture Gallery

Science Museum, London

2016

Easy Care Wallpaper (Harris Museum)

Installation view; exhibition vinyl

Green and Pleasant Land? Rural Life in Art, Harris Museum, Preston

2015

Easy Care Wallpaper (Boughton House)

Installation view; plywood and paint

Boughton House, Northamptonshire

2014

Collected Works 2004 - 14

Exhibition view; collected works presented to the Arts Council England Acquisitions Committee

Showing, from left to right:

Draw, Midland Cheese, John Clare's Desk, A Perfect Line, After Robert Bakewell (Blackbrook Longhorns) and Farming Fiction

Photograph David Severn

2014

Sheep Sketchbook

Discussion at Leicester Cathedral with the Very Reverend David Monteith and Kate Genever, artist and farmer

For Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition at Attenborough Arts Centre, University of Leicester

2014

Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition

Exhibition view; EasyCare Wallpaper (Attenborough Arts Centre) and shepherd’s crook

Attenborough Arts Centre, University of Leicester

Photograph David Severn

2014

Imagine a New Revolution

Farm walk and artist’s talk

Blackbrook Longhorns and Blackbrook Gallery, Leicestershire

2012

How is the Countryside Sold?

Exhibition view

Always Greener: Views of the Contemporary Countryside, Pitzhanger Manor House and Gallery, London

2013

Butcher, Baker (Village Walk)

International tour and workshop in the village of Wymeswold

For How is the Countryside Sold? with Alice Carey, commissioned by Radar Arts, Loughborough University and funded by the European Cultural Foundation

2011

Eye Spy John Clare

Activity for How is the Countryside Sold? with Alice Carey, commissioned by Radar Arts, Loughborough University and funded by the European Cultural Foundation

Photograph Matthew Hoyland

2011

Untitled (Paper Angel, Ceiling Flower)

Installation view; participatory work with ink and pencil on paper

Christ Church Spitalfields, London

2011

Farming Fiction

Reading with Alice Carey for poetry event with Nottinghamshire farmers and DEFRA Secretary Caroline Spelman MP

Commissioned by Sideshow 2010 for the British Art Show 7

Photograph Philip Jackson

2010

Farming Fiction

Map of Nottinghamshire with participatory poems by farmers and DEFRA Secretary Dame Caroline Spelman MP

Commissioned by Sideshow 2010 for the British Art Show 7

Photograph David Severn

2010

Curating the Farm: Exchange and Value

Exhibition view

Curated work by Rebecca Cotton, Helen Thompstone, Kate Genever, Lauren Gault, John Plowman, Paul Barnes and Anne Douglas

The Yard Gallery, Wollaton Hall, Nottingham for Sideshow 2010 and the British Art Show 7

2010

Shakespeare's Museum

Participatory work: ‘What would Shakespeare put in a Museum of Contemporary Farming?’ in Fisher Price toy barn

From I Engraft You New (Sonnet 15)

Commissioned by Shakespeare Link, Powys, Wales

2009

GB Farming

Exhibition view

Penlanole Farm, Powys, Wales

2007

Art and Agriculture
GB Farming
Museum of Contemporary Farming
Towards a Museum of Contemporary Farming
Easy Care Wallpaper (Harris Museum)
Easy Care Wallpaper (Boughton House)
Collected Works 2004 - 14
Sheep Sketchbook
Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition
Imagine a New Revolution
How is the Countryside Sold?
Butcher, Baker (Village Walk)
Eye Spy John Clare
Untitled (Paper Angel, Ceiling Flower)
Farming Fiction
Farming Fiction
Curating the Farm: Exchange and Value
Shakespeare's Museum
GB Farming