Kiko Presents

Presentation

Saturday, 29 November 2014 - Sunday, 7 December 2014

KIKO PRESENTS:

PETER LAMB
JONATHAN COLE
ALEX DIPPLE
LOUISE BOURGEOIS
NAOKO TAKAHASHI
SHANE BRADFORD
AMI CLARKE
ANDREW & EDEN KOTTING
GAVIN TOYE
HARRIET MURRAY
JASPER JOFFE
BRENDAN COLVERT
JOHN HAYWARD
DOYLE & MALLINSON
KAREN ADAMS
NEIL TAYLOR
JAMES UNSWORTH
MATT GOLDEN

Opening Reception: Saturday 29th November 2014  5– 10pm

Exhibition runs: 29th November - 7th December 2014

To celebrate 10 years of projects, exhibitions and events at Campbell Works, Kiko has selected and curated 22 works by 18 artists, drawn primarily from the Campbell Works Collection, created by some of the most exciting artists working today. In 2004 the gallery launched with its inaugural show, The Good, The Bad, and The…, since then we have had the privilege of working with around 250 artists in over 70 exhibitions and projects, with over 2500 participants taking part in a curatorially diverse range of activities including, workshops, peer critiques, film and discussion evenings, not to mention the many others who have attended events and visited the gallery.

10 years therefore presents itself as a timely opportunity to share our sincere gratitude to everyone who has supported us over the decade, contributing their time, effort, and invigorating conversations, there are so many of you, you know who you are, and we thank you all.

Selected images:

Jonathan Cole, James Unsworth, Doyle & Mallinson.

Jasper Joffe, Jonathan Cole, Gavin Toye

Gavin Toye, Aerosmith Suck, 2014

Shaun Doyle & Mally Mallinson, Hilter House 2005

Neil Taylor, Millenial Anxiety, 1999

Jasper Joffe, Emily, 2010

Matt Golden, Are We Not Drawn Onward, We Few Drawn Onward To New Era, 2014

Harriet Murray, C.A.T.s -1 (Cognitive Attention Test Level 1), 2014. Alex Dipple, Chihuahua Puppy  2010

Naoko Takahashi, Don’t Shoot the Messengers in the Cosmic Microwave, 2011/2014

Shane Bradford, Spoon, 2010. Ami Clarke, “Error Correction: an introduction to future diagrams (ii)”, 2014

Jonathan Cole, Gavin Toye, Louise Bourgeois, Andrew and Eden Kotting.