Wednesday 13 December, 1pmOnline. Book a free place here. Book Works sees graphic design as crucial to realising artists and writers’ ideas in the final form of the book. While conventionally designers often become involved in the later stages of a book’s production, and with a limited brief, we involve the design in a collaborative … Continued
Thursday 7 December, 3pm and 7pm
Fellows’ Drawing Room,
Murray Edwards College,
University of Cambridge
Pay what you can. Book here.
The Women’s Art Collection is delighted to present NATIVITY, a performance by Rosa-Johan Uddoh that offers a history of Black performance in the West,
Sunday 3 December, 4 – 6:30pm
Institute of Contemporary Arts
The Mall, London
Free, booking required.
Poetry, readings, screenings and listening sessions with a closing performance by Elaine Mitchener
Wednesday 15 November 2023, 1pm
Online. Free – book a place here.
Book Works sees graphic design as central to the production of artist books.
Book launch: 6pm, Saturday 11 Nov
Clore Creative Studio,
Free, refreshments provided. RSVP
The book launch follows the Film London Jarman Now! event (ticketed)
The Book Works Winter Sale is back! For a limited time we’re offering 50% off all titles published before 2023, with prices starting from just 50p!
Book Works seeks an experienced new editor to work with the publishing team on our programme of artists’ book commissions.
Editor, Book Works (3 days per week)
Salary: £35,000 (pro-rata £21,000 ) per annum
Permanent Contract, probation period 8 weeks
Location: Book Works, 19 Holywell Row, London, EC2A 4JB
Application deadline: 22 November, 5pm
Interviews: 6-12 December, at Book Works or online by arrangement
8 November 2023, 6.45pm
Phillida Reid, Grape Street
Free and open to all.
This talk takes place on the occasion of Sahib’s solo exhibition The Life Cycle of a Flea, now extended until Saturday 11 November. Sita Balani is a contributor to Sahib’s new book, That Fire Over There.
Friday 13 October, 7–11pm
Somerset House Studios,
London, WC2R 1LA
A new solo show by Prem Sahib, The Life Cycle of a Flea, opened last week at Phillida Reid, Grape Street. The exhibition revolves around two central figures, the Child and the Flea, implicating them in questions around growth, extraction, contamination and existence within systems of control. It includes new sculpture, painting, installation, light and … Continued