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GB Farming

GB Farming

Exhibition view showing GB Farming and The Reapers by George Stubbs (1983)

In Creating the Countryside: The Rural Idyll Past and Present, at Compton Verney Art Gallery, Curated by Rosemary Shirley and Verity Elson, 2017

Collected Works 2004 - 14

Collected Works 2004 - 14

Installation of collected works to the Arts Council England Acquisitions Committee at Primary, Nottingham, 2014

Left to right:

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

Photograph David Severn

How is the Countryside Sold?

How is the Countryside Sold?

Installation view of How is the Countryside Sold? (with Alice Carey and featuring Matthew Hoyland)

Showing desk and folder of images, shelf of books and Nat West piggy bank and Ayrshire Cow by Sam Spode (1825-1858)

Ayrshire Cow kindly loaned by Pat and John Stanley at the Blackbrook Gallery, Leicestershire

How is the Countryside Sold? was part of an exhibition Always Greener: Views of the Contemporary Countryside curated by Dr Rosemary Shirley at PM Gallery, London, 2012

Feature in the Independent

Henry Moore Wallpaper

Henry Moore Wallpaper

Installation view showing wallpaper and drawings of sheep on the Henry Moore estate in Hertfordshire

At Antenna Media Centre, Nottingham; part of Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition with SYSON Gallery, 2014

Photograph Matthew Hoyland

Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition

Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition

Installation view showing 'EasyCare Wallpaper' (background, vinyl on wall)

The Attenborough Arts Centre, Leicester University, 2014

Photograph David Severn

Curating the Farm: Exchange and Value

Curating the Farm: Exchange and Value

Exhibition view showing Untitled (Lamb Navels) by Lauren Gault and Happy as a Pig by Paul Barnes

In Curating the Farm: Exchange and Value, an exhibition curated at the Yard Gallery, Nottingham, 2010

Sheep Sketchbook Discussion

Sheep Sketchbook Discussion

Georgina Barney, The Very Reverend David Monteith and Kate Genever, artist and farmer

Leicester Cathedral, 2014

Farming Fiction

Farming Fiction

Reading by Alice Carey and Georgina Barney during poetry and discussion event with Nottinghamshire farmers and DEFRA Secretary Caroline Spelman MP

Commissioned by Sideshow 2010 for the British Art Show 7, 2010

Photograph Philip Jackson

Eye Spy John Clare

Eye Spy John Clare

Activity asking participants on a bus from the town Loughborough to the village of Wymeswold in Leicestershire to identify features in a poem by John Clare in the landscape outside

For Green Days; part of How is the Countryside Sold? with Alice Carey, commissioned by Radar Arts, Loughborough University and funded by the European Cultural Foundation, 2011

Photograph Matthew Hoyland

GB Farming at Penlanole Farm

GB Farming at Penlanole Farm

Exhibition view, showing folders of blogs and drawings from GB Farming

Review of GB Farming by Helen Thompstone in A-n Interface

At Penlanole Farm, Powys, Wales, during Powys Arts Month, 2007

GB Farming

Exhibition view showing GB Farming and The Reapers by George Stubbs (1983)

In Creating the Countryside: The Rural Idyll Past and Present, at Compton Verney Art Gallery, Curated by Rosemary Shirley and Verity Elson, 2017

Collected Works 2004 - 14

Installation of collected works to the Arts Council England Acquisitions Committee at Primary, Nottingham, 2014

Left to right:

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

Photograph David Severn

How is the Countryside Sold?

Installation view of How is the Countryside Sold? (with Alice Carey and featuring Matthew Hoyland)

Showing desk and folder of images, shelf of books and Nat West piggy bank and Ayrshire Cow by Sam Spode (1825-1858)

Ayrshire Cow kindly loaned by Pat and John Stanley at the Blackbrook Gallery, Leicestershire

How is the Countryside Sold? was part of an exhibition Always Greener: Views of the Contemporary Countryside curated by Dr Rosemary Shirley at PM Gallery, London, 2012

Feature in the Independent

Henry Moore Wallpaper

Installation view showing wallpaper and drawings of sheep on the Henry Moore estate in Hertfordshire

At Antenna Media Centre, Nottingham; part of Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition with SYSON Gallery, 2014

Photograph Matthew Hoyland

Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition

Installation view showing 'EasyCare Wallpaper' (background, vinyl on wall)

The Attenborough Arts Centre, Leicester University, 2014

Photograph David Severn

Curating the Farm: Exchange and Value

Exhibition view showing Untitled (Lamb Navels) by Lauren Gault and Happy as a Pig by Paul Barnes

In Curating the Farm: Exchange and Value, an exhibition curated at the Yard Gallery, Nottingham, 2010

Sheep Sketchbook Discussion

Georgina Barney, The Very Reverend David Monteith and Kate Genever, artist and farmer

Leicester Cathedral, 2014

Farming Fiction

Reading by Alice Carey and Georgina Barney during poetry and discussion event with Nottinghamshire farmers and DEFRA Secretary Caroline Spelman MP

Commissioned by Sideshow 2010 for the British Art Show 7, 2010

Photograph Philip Jackson

Eye Spy John Clare

Activity asking participants on a bus from the town Loughborough to the village of Wymeswold in Leicestershire to identify features in a poem by John Clare in the landscape outside

For Green Days; part of How is the Countryside Sold? with Alice Carey, commissioned by Radar Arts, Loughborough University and funded by the European Cultural Foundation, 2011

Photograph Matthew Hoyland

GB Farming at Penlanole Farm

Exhibition view, showing folders of blogs and drawings from GB Farming

Review of GB Farming by Helen Thompstone in A-n Interface

At Penlanole Farm, Powys, Wales, during Powys Arts Month, 2007

GB Farming
Collected Works 2004 - 14
How is the Countryside Sold?
Henry Moore Wallpaper
Sheep Sketchbook: Revising the Pastoral Tradition
Curating the Farm: Exchange and Value
Sheep Sketchbook Discussion
Farming Fiction
Eye Spy John Clare
GB Farming at Penlanole Farm