I will be taking part in the Bow Arts Market on Saturday 17th July 11am-3pm. Original work from my Instagram Project, Gardens of London will be available to purchase.
The Flower Garden I, Greenwich Park from the continuing series Gardens of London. Images in the series are posted regularly on Instagram @gt10000
Gardens of London is a project which started during lockdown 2020 in London.
During the pandemic restrictions, the artificial gardens of the city have offered residents of London an opportunity to reconnect with the natural world, to observe the colour and shapes of foliage and flowers, to watch species grow and wither. At a time of social separation, a chance to reconnect with other nature.
The prints for sale are 40cm x 40cm and in a limited edition of 30 for each image in the series. If you would like more information, please email me: info[at]geofftitley.com In selling these prints I am taking part in Artist Support Pledge
The concept is a simple one. The artist posts images of their work that they are willing to sell for no more than £200 each. Every time they reach £1000 of sales they pledge to buy another artist’s work for £200. This creates a dynamic culture and market, where all can contribute, whatever their level of success. This is a culture dependent on the honesty and generosity of our artistic communities at every level.
Some of my most recent work is included in this year’s annual exhibition at Southwark Park Galleries. The show is totally online and runs until 31st January 2021.
Work from my Parasite series and moving image work, Time-Slice Reconstruction are included in the show.
The exhibition can be viewed at https://southwarkparkgalleries.org/36annual-open-exhibition/
The exhibition Cut Copy includes some of my screen-printed work from Brisbane in the late 1970s. This show presents an extensive record of a very vibrant art and music scene in the Queensland state capital at that time.
At the State Library of Queensland, Brisbane. Open until 9th May 2021.
100 Contemporary Artists from the Aesthetica Art Prize
Future Now contains work from all 100 artists on the long-list for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2020. Images from my Decomposition series appear in this extensive record which is published to accompany the Aesthetica Art Prize and Future Now Symposium held at York St John University.
“The works inside this collection survey themes such as race and identity, technology, Dataism, surveillance culture, geopolitics and the climate crisis. We are living in uncertain times. There is so much happening on both personal and universal levels; we must take a moment to pause and try to make sense of all of this information.”
Future Now can be purchased at Aesthetica Magazine Shop
The 2020 Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition opened at York Art Gallery on March 12th. The exhibition is temporarily closed due to social distancing and the nationwide lockdown of public locations. Here is a short video of the opening of the exhibition at York Art Gallery. The exhibition is due to reopen in early December 2020 and continue at York Art Gallery until February 2021.