November 23 – March 2023:
No Breathing Space part of group show, Flood Tides of Resistance, CAC Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Quito in Ecuador
7 October – 4 November:
No Breathing Space part of group show Flood Tides of Resistance at Neme Projects Space and Gallery, Limassol, Cyprus. Curated by Oliver Ressler.
24 June – 8 October 2022:
Selected for The international Cyprus Poster Triennial, State Gallery Of Art, Nicosia, Cyprus.
1 – 17 September 2022:
CRITICAL DE?!GN / DESGINERS TROUBLEMAKERS, MEDIUM Gallery, Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislav, Slovakia. Bratislava. Curators: Katarína Balážiková, Lenka Hámošová
6 April 2022:
Overground Resistance at Fluc (in Vienna) Noel Douglas (UK) Gilbert Kills Pretty Enemy III (Hunkpapa Lakota des Standing Rock Sioux Tribe/US) Nicolas Lampert (US) Oliver Ressler (AT) Seday (FR) Curated by Oliver Ressler.
8 September – 19 September 2021:
20 Years of Stop the War: A Visual Retrospective part of group show. Nunnery Gallery, Bow Arts, London.
Other exhibitors: Banksy, Vivienne Westwood, Brian Eno, Ben Eine, David Gentleman, kennardphillipps, Katherine Hamnett, Rob Montgomery, Martin Rowson, Ed Hall, Jess Hurd, Guy Smallman, Kristian Buss, Amir Amirani, Jim Aindow.
26 August 2021 – 21 November 2021:
No Breathing Space part of group show, Overground Resistance at the frei_raum Q21 exhibition space, Vienna. Other exhibitors: Tiago de AragÃ£o (BR), Lauren Bon and the Metabolic Studio (US), Francisco Huichaqueo (Mapuche Nation/CL), Gilbert Kills Pretty Enemy III (Hunkpapa Lakota of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe/US), Kathy JetnÌ„il-Kijiner (Marshall Islands) & Aka NiviÃ¢na (Greenland), Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination (FR), The Natural History Museum (US), Oliver Ressler (AT), Rachel Schragis (US), Seday (FR), Jonas Staal (NL) and Tools for Action (HU/NL).
Various posters shown at Nu Art Street Art Festival, Aberdeen as part of Stuck Up.
No Breathing Space posters for #AdBrake campaign by Brandalism put up on over 100 billboard and bus stop sites around the UK.
Let Them Eat Cake Poster printed in L’HumanitiÃ© newspaper, France invited as part of a series of posters supporting today’s social and political struggles on the 50th anniversary ofÂ May 68.
28 March â€“ 12 August 2018:
Hope To Nope, Design Museum, London.
23 March â€“ 28 August 2017:
Regime Change Begins At Home Playing Cards shown as part of People Power: Fighting For Peace, Imperial War Museum, London.
Brandwashing, TTIP Game Over mass ad takeover, Brussels, Belgium.
7 October 7 â€“ 15 January 2017:
A World to Win: Posters of Protest and Revolution William Morris Gallery, London.
10 â€“ 20 March 2016:
Brandalism, Cascina Cuccagna, Milan, Italy.
February 15 â€“ April 10, 2016:
It’s the Political Economy, Stupid DAAP Reed Gallery, University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.
30 January 2016 – 10 April 2016:
A World to Win, Posters of Protest and Revolution, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton.
November 30 â€“ 12 December 2015:
Brandalism, Huge street intervention during the Paris COP21 United Nations Climate Change Summit, Paris, France.
17 September â€“ 8 November 2015:
A World to Win, Posters of Protest and Revolution, National Print Museum, Dublin, Ireland.
21 August â€“ 27 September 2015:
Occupy Design Installation, Austerity WTF!, Dismaland, Weston Super Mare, Bristol.
26 July 2014 â€“ 1 February 2015:
Disobedient Objects, V&A Museum, London.
13 November 2014 until 4 January 2015:
A World To Win: Posters Of Protest And Revolution,Â V&A Museum, Dundee.
Green Patriot Posters, Las Vegas, USA.
11 November-6 December 2014:
It’s the Political Economy, Stupid,Â NeMe and the Art History and Theory Research Lab (Cyprus University of Technology), Cyprus.
1 May 1 2014â€“ 2 November 2014:
A World To Win: Posters Of Protest And Revolution,Â V&A Museum, London.
28 Marchâ€“10 August 2014:
Graphic Design Now In Production,Â Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Providence. USA.
12 Mar â€“ 10 May 2014:
It’s The Political Economy, Stupid, Gallery Nova, 7 Tesla, Zagreb, Croatia.
21 Feb â€“ 27 Apr 2014:
It’s Not Very Nice That, Politics In Contemporary Graphic Design.Â Lighthouse Gallery, Glasgow.
17 Jan â€“ 31 May 2014:
Green Patriot Posters,Â Design Museum, Boston, USA.
October 24, 2013â€“February 24,Â 2014:
Graphic Design Now In Production,Â Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), Winston-Salem, North Carolina. USA.
November 1â€“December 14 2013:
It’s The Political Economy, Stupid, Gallery 400, College of Architecture and the Arts at the University of Illinois at Chicago,Â Chicago, USA.
30 Septemberâ€“30 October 2013:
It’s The Political Economy, Stupid, Centre For Cultural Decontamination, Belgrade, Serbia. As part of Krisis and Alternatives.
JulyÂ 20â€“September 29,Â 2013:
Graphic Design Now In Production,Â Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Texas. USA.
27 Marchâ€“April 20 2013:
Protest, New Greenham Arts, Greenham Common. With Peter Kennard, Jon Thomson and Alison Craighead, John Smith and Tina Keane.
February 1â€“April 28,Â 2013:
Graphic Design Now In Production, Grand Rapids Art Museum and Kendall College of Art Gallery, Grand Rapids, Michigan. USA.
December 2012â€“Feb 2013:
Â Alumni Group Show, University of Derby, Derby.
September 30, 2012â€“January 6,Â 2013:
Graphic Design Now In Production,Â Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. USA.
July 19â€“September 29,Â 2013:
Graphic Design Now In Production,Â Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Texas. USA.
Occupy Everything.Â An exhibition organized by Oliver Ressler atÂ REGIONALE12Â St. Lambrecht, Austria.
Graphic Design Now In Production,Â Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Governors Island, New York. USA.
Our Demonstration, Guardian Gallery, Kings Place, London. UK.
Group show including myself andÂ Bob &Â Roberta Smith, kennardphillipps, John Goldschmidt, RowanÂ Durrant, Francesca Tosarelli, James Cauty, Ben Wilson, Jamie Wagg,Â Robert Greenwood, Leah Borromeo, King Mob, Shepherd Manyika, CordeliaÂ Cembrowicz, Hanging Out Project, Come Cut, Marco Monterzino and Ting-Tong Chang.
Designing For The Divide, Noth Virginia University, USA.
October 2011-January 22,Â 2012:
Graphic Design Now In Production,Â Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, USA.
Let Us Hear Your Voice, with Jonathan Barnbrook at Warsaw PowiÅ›le Metro Station, Warsaw, Poland.
Protest: Fight the Power: Twenty Years of the Political PosterÂ at University of Bradford Gallery Â FebruaryÂ http://www.brad.ac.uk/gallery/whats-on/spring-2011/punch/
Protest: Fight the Power: Twenty Years of the Political Poster atÂ Custard Factory, Birmingham. UK.
(first UK showing ofÂ a controversial exhibition of visuals by graphic designers from around the world, having toured Africa as part of a British Council-sponsored show.)
Finalist, 22ndÂ International Poster Biennial, Wilanow Poster Museum, Warsaw, Poland.
Curated exhibition Signs of Revolt, group show held at Truman Brewery, Brick Lane,Â London. Other artists, designers, collectives involved included: Kennardphillips, JonathanÂ Barnbrook, David Gentleman, Pedro Inoue, Jody Boenhart, Ultimate Holding Company, Space Hijackers, Rebel Clown Army, Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination,Â Indymedia, Reel News.
George BushÊ¼s Alternative Farewell Address Video on show Lothringer13 Gallery, Munich. Germany. Curated by Sebastian Stein.
September 2008-January 2009:
Retrospective of graphic work in room A World Where Many Worlds FitÂ Â Taipei Biennial 08, Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan
Other artists included: The Yes Men, Allan Sekula, RTMARK and 43 more from across theÂ world.
Montage work shown at Flaca Gallery, London and published in aÂ limited edition book.Â
One of ten selected artists selected for a workshop led by Rafael Lozeno-Hemmer.Â Produced a series of 4 large scale slide projections onto variousÂ buildings in Linz, Austria using Europe’s largest commercial projector on the back of a truck. In collaboration with Ars Electronica and supported by the EU. Published in Interfacing Realities book by V2, Rotterdamâ€” http://www.v2.nl June 2003.
January 2001 – March 2001:
Look Out, Pitshanger Manor Museum and Art Gallery, London, UK.
November – January 2001:
Look Out, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool. UK.
September – November 2000:
Look Out, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, UK.
March – May 2000:
Look Out, Wolsey Art Gallery, Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich. UK.
Artists included:Â Nick Waplington, Leon Golub, Emmanuelle Waeckerle, Christopher Stewart, Mohini Chandra, Richard Hamilton, Nancy Spero, Noel Douglas, Krystof Wodiczko, Stuart Brisley, Peter Brawne, Tony Bevan, Glenys Johnson, Tim Head, Martha Rosler, Mona Hatoum, Willie Doherty, Cornford and Cross, Jananne Al-Ani, Carlos Guarita, Tom Hunter, Souheil Sleiman, Mai Ghoussoub, Mat Collishaw, Gustav Metzger, Jenny Matthews, Maggie Lambert.
Founder member of Movement of the Imagination collective graphic street based projectsÂ documented at: http://www.movementoftheimagination.org, work made in Brussels,Â Florence, Genoa, London, New York, Seville, Geneva and Paris.
Next Five Minutes, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Summer Show, Royal College of Art, London.
Digital Slam 2, Dingwalls, London.
Staff show, Derby City Museum and Art Gallery, Derby.
Midlands Media Degree Show, Lighthouse Gallery, Wolverhampton.
British Museum, Museum of London, V&A Museum, Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Los Angeles, U.S.A.