Brodsgaard Art, 352 Kings Road, London
24 June - 4 July 2016
Mon - Thur 11am-6pm, Fri 11am-9pm, Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 11am-5pm
Brodsgaard Art showing a selection of Kate J Parrott soot and paper pieces, alongside the work of Lydia Brockless, Victoria Pasquino, Robyn Graham & Kennis Chan.
EARLS COURT ART TRAIL
Meet at The Mosaic Rooms, 226 Cromwell Rd, SW5 0SW
10 October 2015, 2.30-5.30pm
An exploration of Earls Court’s exciting and unexpected art spaces, led by Sabine Casparie, modern art historian and tour guide. Starting with a curator talk at The Mosaic Rooms, moving into intimate artist studios and galleries in residential spaces, including a stop at our watering hole, Brodsgaard Art, and a wee talk by yours truly. The tour finishes with an exhibition at The Pembroke Gastropub, where drinks can be enjoyed.
Limited availability, book early to avoid disappointment.
Open Art Spaces, Brodsgaard Art, London
10 - 11 & 16 - 18 October 2015
Private View 9 October 6pm
Brodsgaard Art will be showing as part of Open Art Spaces; the open studios event for Kensington, Fulham and Chelsea, bringing together over 170 artists, within 50 venues across West London.
PLACE & PROXIMITY
Open Art Spaces, Austin Forum, London
7 - 18 October 2015
Private View 6 October 6pm
Group show comprising works by a variety of Open Art Spaces artists. A great chance to get a taste of the diverse range of works forming OAS this year.
Curated by Jack & Kate Parrott
Fringe Arts Bath Festival
23 May - 7 June 2015
Private View 22 May 2015
From self-destructing sculptures to solar drawing devices, this exploration into the function of the ‘art machine’ invites you into a world of art with a life of its own.
Brodsgaard, Earls Court, London
16 - 17 May 2015
Solo exhibition launching Kate J Parrott's new partnership with agent Julie Brodsgaard and new collection of fumage works on aluminum and glass.
TEETH CUT BUT HAVE YOU WASHED YOUR HANDS?
Touring Bournemouth and London
Arts University Bournemouth (AUB), Dorset
19 - 29 June 2014
Private View 19 June 2014 6pm
Free Range, The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London
3 - 7 July 2014
Private View 3 July 6pm
Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) Fine Art degree show.
A GIVEN STRUCTURE
Fringe Arts Bath Festival, 35 - 36 Stall Street, Bath
23 May - 8 June 2014
Private View 23 May 2014 6.30pm
Presenting a diverse group of artists engaging with ideas about rules, structure and order. From repetitive processes, to instructions and chance procedures, this exhibition showcases the creative potential found within the boundaries of limitation.
FINE ART AUCTION 2014
Arts Bar/Refectory, Arts University Bournemouth (AUB)
6th March 2014 6pm
Silent and hammer auction of nearly 200 pieces of artwork donated by practising professionals, emerging and unknown artists, including the work of internally renowned, American-based artist, Kiki Smith, British most loved and celebrated cartoonist, Ralph Steadman, and Turner Prize winner, Jeremy Deller.
The auction raised just shy of £8,000, which will go towards BA (Hons) Fine Art graduates degree show at Free Range, London.
Studio 4, Arts University Bournemouth (AUB), Dorset
28th November 2013
Private view 4pm
Solo exhibition presenting a selection of fumage and photocopying works. Self-imposed rules and limitations function as primary distancing tools, intersecting mechanical processes with gesture. Methods of accumulation and erasure capture moments of change between the back and forth rhythms. Seeking to assure the survival of something threatened by finitude, the gap between absence and presence is given form, engaging with the temporal, subjective nature of time and memory.
SORTING ROOM (2nd Edition)
Dorset Art Fair, Kingston Maurward House, Dorchester
1 - 2 June 2013 (Sat 10am - 5pm, Sun 10am - 4pm)
Private view 31 May 2013 (6.30 - 8pm)
This performative exhibition presents a random rotation of 37 artists' works, being installed and uninstalled at regular intervals. Transforming the typically hidden installation process into something public, the rapid exchange of artworks results in a performative work in its own right. As artist and curator roles become blurred, artworks and invigilators are transformed into mediums and the curator into the artist, rendering the content and concept of the works themselves inconsequential. What is really being presented is left open to debate, as the singular work on display becomes overshadowed by other things going on around it.
501-507 Christchurch Road, Boscombe, Dorset
27 - 28 April & 4 - 5 May 2013 (10am - 5pm)
Private View 26 April 2013 (6 - 9pm)
An ever-present commodity, the body’s long historical tradition within art continues to influence this varying collection of works reflecting the contemporary times we live in. Concealed and exposed bodily functions
are addressed, accentuating the vulnerability of our human condition,
recognising feelings towards our own bodies and those who observe them.
MIND OVER MATTER
10/11 Sovereign Centre, Boscombe, Dorset
27 - 28 April & 4 - 5 May 2013 (10am - 5pm)
Privte View 26 April 2013 (6 - 9pm)
Demonstrating a natural curiosity towards intangible elements that make us human, this collection of abstract two-dimensional works reflects an instinctual desire to objectify these. Ambiguous surfaces gradually reveal the subtleties of their content and process, elevating developmental methods and capturing unseen moments. Mediums behave as a highly personal form of language; unfamiliar, yet comfortable, rendering literal translation inconsequential.
RE-PRINT, RE-MAKE, RE-THINK
Bournemouth Library, Bournemouth, Dorset
5 - 29 April 2013
Private View & Workshop 23 April 2013 (6.30 - 9pm)
An exhibition of altered books, displaying a transformed collection of discontinued Bournemouth Library books. Using mixed media, their original forms are altered to create new states or meanings.
There will be an event to celebrate World Book Night on Tuesday 23rd April from 6.30 - 9.00pm, where guests are invited to view the works and take part in a drop-in workshop to alter withdrawn library books if they wish.
TheGallery, Bournemouth, Dorset
6 December 2012
Private view 5pm
This one-day performative exhibition presents a random rotation of 37 artists' works, being installed and uninstalled at regular intervals. Transforming the typically hidden installation process into something public, the rapid exchange of artworks results in a performative work in its own right. As artist and curator roles become blurred, artworks and invigilators are transformed into mediums and the curator into the artist, rendering the content and concept of the works themselves inconsequential. What is really being presented is left open to debate, as the singular work on display becomes overshadowed by other things going on around it.
EVERYBODY IS SOMEBODY'S CHILD
Studio 5, Arts University Bournemouth (AUB), Bournemouth, Dorset
26 November 2012
Private view 3pm
Childhood has become an overt focus for challenging taboos; children are both consciously and subconsciously exposed to corrupt sources everyday. A very literal, yet subtle take on how children respond to this, employing simple, child-like making processes, and found objects, chosen for their fragile, temporal qualities, capture disjointed crossovers between childhood and adulthood.