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THE WEEK reviews Untitled (Unconscious)


17 Apr - 2014

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Lucinda Bredin, THE WEEK’s Arts Editor, has reviewed TJ Boulting’s new group painting show Untitled (Unconscious). The exhibition features the work of Rachel Howard, Boo Saville, George Ziffo and Kikko Giannuzzi and runs until 24th May.


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Installation shots of Untitled (Unconscious) Group Show.


16 Apr - 2014

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TJ Boulting’s new exhibition features the work of five contemporary painters, Rachel Howard, Boo Saville, George Ziffo, Gorka Mohamed and Kikko Giannuzzi, who all explore the unconscious and psychological in their work. The artists move in varying degrees between abstraction and figuration, but all express their own contemporary concerns relative to painting and the world around them, and the role of the unconscious for both artist and viewer in an understanding of their work. The exhibition runs until the 24th May and is open Tuesday-Saturday, 11-6pm.

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Robin Maddock’s ‘III’ featured on L’oeil de la photographie


2 Apr - 2014

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Trolley’s latest release ‘III’ by Robin Maddock has been featured on photography blog L’oeil de la photographie. Click here to read the full feature and see a slide show of selected images.


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Private View | Untitled (Unconscious)


26 Mar - 2014

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The private view for TJ Boulting’s forthcoming exhibition Untitled (Unconscious) will take place on Wednesday 9th April from 7-9pm.
The group painting show explores the role of the unconscious and the psychological in the work of five contemporary painters. The artists move in varying degrees between abstraction and figuration, but all express their own contemporary concerns relative to painting and the world around them, and the role of the unconscious for both artist and viewer in an understanding of their work.


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Robin Maddock included in Parr and Badger’s The Photobook: A History Vol. III


19 Mar - 2014

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We are very excited to announce that Robin Maddock’s first two Trolley books ‘Our Kids Are Going To Hell’ and ‘God Forgotten Face’ have been included in Martin Parr and Gerry Badger’s seminal anthology Photobook: A History Vol. III. It brings the history of the photobook up to date, with specific exploration of postwar and contemporary examples. It covers key themes including the globalisation of photographic culture, the personalisation of photobooks, the self-publishing boom and the new ‘layered’ photobook approach. This also coincides with Maddock’s recent publication of his third Trolley Book, ‘III” a collection of black-and-white photographs of interventions on the streets of London, New York and San Francisco.


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Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin’s Scarti at FotoMuseum, Antwerp


18 Mar - 2014

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Following their exhibition at TJ Boulting, Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin’s original Scarti will be included as part of their upcoming retrospective at FotoMuseum Antwerp. The limited edition Scarti book is still available to purchase from our website, click here for more information.
The exhibition runs, 21 March until 08 June.


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Boo Saville interviewed for Hunger Magazine.


17 Mar - 2014

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Boo Saville spoken to Hunger about her artistic process and new body of work, read the full interview below. We are also extremely excited to announce that Saville will be included in TJ Boulting’s forthcoming painting group show ‘Untitled (Unconscious)’ examining the psychological in painting, opening on the 9th April. Her work be shown alongside Rachel Howard, George Ziffo, Gorka Mohamed and Kikko Giannuzzi.



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Robin Maddock ‘III’ in the FT Weekend


17 Mar - 2014

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Robin Maddock’s recently released third Trolley Book ‘III’ featured in last Saturday’s Snapshot section of the FT Weekend. It is also accompanied by an online slideshow. To get more information on ‘III’ click here.


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Stanley Green ‘Hidden Scars’ exhibition opens at Polka Gallery in Paris


12 Mar - 2014

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A new exhibition, opening in Paris at Polka Gallery, explores the varied and fascinating photojournalism of Stanley Greene. Photographic work in the exhibition spans San Francisco, Berlin, Chechnya, Russia and Syria providing a comprehensive overview of an impressive career. Images included are also taken from ‘Open Wound’ Greene’s seminal Trolley Book on Chechnya, the book will be available to purchase at the exhibition. Click on the image below for more information.
Grozny, Tchétchénie, 1996


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Zoltar’s Dan Macmillan interviewed with Rhys Ifans for the Observer Magazine.


10 Mar - 2014

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Dan Macmillan was interviewed in last Saturday’s Observer Magazine about his enduring friendship with Rhys Ifan’s and ten years of Project Zoltar which has been celebrated by his recently released Trolley Book. To find out more about the book click here.


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