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Creative Collaborations with Justin Hibbs Part 1 - Working with Commercial and Public galleries.

Friday 19th June - 6.30pm via Zoom

Creative Collaborations with Justin Hibbs Part 1; Working with Commercial and Public galleries.

In this session Justin Hibbs will give an overview of how to develop and sustain a practice through a range of different collaborations and exhibition contexts. From working with other Artists to alternative exhibition spaces, such as; artist led and project spaces, curating your own projects, working with commercial galleries through to public institutions & museums. Justin will give examples of how these different collaborative relationships and exhibitions can be used as developmental opportunities to evolve your practice. This session will also reveal some of the everyday realities of working within different gallery contexts and debunk some of the myths associated with exhibiting your work.

Justin Hibbs studied at Central St. Martins, London (1991-94) He has exhibited his work both nationally and internationally and has also curated a series of artist-led exhibitions. Solo shows include ‘Between Before and After’ at Arroniz Arte in Mexico City (2018), Alias_Re_Covered (2015) at Carroll / Fletcher; PARA/SITE (2013) and Secondary Modern (2010) at Christinger De Mayo gallery, Zurich, Switzerland; Altneuland (2007), Lucy Mackintosh Gallery, Lausanne, Switzerland; Metroparadisiac (2006) and ‘I’ll Wait for you’ (2005) at the One in the Other Gallery, London.

Since 2018 Justin alongside his own practice is also working on collaborations with artist Rosalind Davis making site-specific works. In 2020 they have works in ‘The Collectors Room’ at JGM Gallery curated by Karen David and ‘Substance Bundle’ at Koppel Projects curated by Alexander Stavrou. Arthouse1 and My Cup of Coffee is your Cup of Tea and the Foundry Gallery (London, 2019), no format gallery, Seven Oaks Kaleidoscope Gallery, (London and Sevenoaks, 2018) Other group exhibitions have been: Shapeshifters, Arthouse1 (London) Abstraction II Arroniz Gallery / Mexico, StrangeLands and Complicity, Collyer Bristow Gallery, Counterfitters, Geddes Gallery. London. Catalyst, Lubomirov Angus Hughes Gallery & Husk Gallery / London (2015) Pencil/Line/Eraser (2014), Carroll / Fletcher, London; Superstructures (2013), Arronitz Arte, Mexico City; Oh My Complex, Kunstverien Stuttgart, Germany; Temples to The Domestic, Clifford Chance, London; Lost Properties, Coleman Projects, London; Polemically Small, Torrence Art Museum, California (all 2012); and Dawnbreakers (2010), Hansard Gallery, Southampton.

As well as being a Course Director for the UAL Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at Kensington and Chelsea College (2016-19) and prior to that was a Tutor for 8 years, Hibbs has also been an guest lecturer & tutor at HE institutions such as; Royal Academy Schools, Chelsea School of Art, Bath Spa University, Ruskin School of Art, Morley College and Zeitgeist Arts Projects.

Hibbs has also worked on a number of private and public collections including for Daisy Green Restaurant in London.

Friday 19th June
6.30pm

 

Topic: Heatherleys Online: Creative Collaborations with Justin Hibbs, Part 1
Time: Jun 19, 2020 06:00 PM London
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