LOBSTER PIZZA BOX Oil on pizza box 2019 For a charity show at Atom Gallery KEELERTORNERO

CAN I GET A SLICE? A group show at ATOM GALLERY in support of Hackney Food Bank

LOBSTER PIZZA BOX Oil on pizza box 2019 For a charity show at Atom Gallery KEELERTORNERO

Photo courtesy of Atom Gallery: KEELERTORNERO – LOBSTER PIZZA – Oil Paint on pizza box 2019. Show runs until November 23rd 2019

CAN I GET A SLICE AT ATOM GALLERY KEELERTORNERO

corridor installation for Protocol KEELERTORNERO

PROTOCOL at Q-Park, Cavendish Square W1

PROTOCOL – FRIEZE ART WEEK 2018. Curated by Vanya Balogh. In association with Geoff Leong Foundation.

CORRIDOR 2018. Mixed media. Installation specially constructed for PROTOCOL.


WHEN WORDS FAIL A Group Exhibition at THE COOP, NW10

WHEN WORDS FAIL with VINCENT BLACK, JOHN CASS, GABRIEL PLANT, IVAN BLACK, KEELERTORNERO and NESTA FITZGERALD. Thanks to Mel Randall, Nick Plant and Nick Landon. Thanks also to Kevin Mikailian for the lovely food..


A summer of ART CAR BOOT FAIRS - Curious Arts, Byline, Kings Cross and Port Elliot 2018

We ran Art Letter writing workshops at all these Art Car Boot Fairs. Thanks to POSCA for supplying the pens. Paul Sakoilsky as Kunst the Clown outside the house at Pylewell Park.


VIOLENCE/SILENCE at The Cello Factory SE1 - May 2018

Curated by Vanya Balogh. Artists: Geraldine Swayne, Mark Woods, Ann Grim, Teo Robinson, Franko B, Susan Schulman, Martin Sexton, KEELERTORNERO, Sarah Pager, Rebecca Scott, Dallas Seitz, Vanya Balogh, Liz Helman, Thomas Quallman, Ting-an Ling & Thomas J Ridley.

Pictures show KEELERTORNERO installation ‘Assembling’ 2018 Vinyl records, wood, plaster and found clothing.


THE BRIDGE AT HERRICK GALLERY

THE BRIDGE. ALICE HERRICK TASK FOR KT-LAB: AN ART EXPEDITION – KEELETORNERO RESPOND TO THE PAINTINGS OF IAN HEALY IN 3D

Alice Herrick of Herrick Gallery asked us to come and set up a sculpture studio in the basement of her Mayfair gallery during the Ian Healy exhibition and respond to his paintings in 3D. Our usual medium is paint so despite some initial apprehension it turned out to be really fun as we happily rediscovered some techniques and materials we’d used in the past. The experience of working at the Herrick gallery in the well-heeled environs of Mayfair proved to be good focus for us, since we were there to do one thing only and with Alice on the next floor, regularly checking on our progress, we couldn’t run away. The experience of spending time with another artist’s work is interesting too and it was necessary to get behind the compositions in Ian’s brightly coloured paintings. The characters in the paintings are very strong and the effect they have on you changes the more you get to know them. We hope we managed to treat the subjects with the right amount of respect.

KT-LAB is a 2-3 year project in which we complete tasks set by specially selected Artists and creatives who then critique the work produced. The aim is to challenge our existing ideas about painting and art as a whole and to expand our vision by temporarily adopting the viewpoint of our chosen artists. We intend to share online as much of this experience as possible and through filmed interviews and studio visits we will offer an insight into the usually undisclosed world of everyday creative process. Having read satisfied reviews of dozens of men and women at https://tiaca.org/buy-viagra-sildenafil-online-20-mg/, I decided to buy Viagra for myself. The pharmacist promised I’ll be satisfied with the results and he was right. The problem with premature ejaculation disappeared and it was not so difficult to achieve sexual arousal as usual. We also want to enter into dialogue with the Artists and the general public about the meaning and function of the Arts in todays society and we encourage everyone to get involved and become part of this conversation…

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KEELERTORNERO at LE COQ ARTISTES - Chinese Open 2017

The seven paintings specially created for this exhibition are based on an updated unspecific narrative concerning Artist and philosopher Edward Rathburn in 1826.

1. (Rooster sees his reflection in a pond) In which Edward is struck by his own reflection in the village pond of Ripley in Surrey, and is compelled to take stock of his feckless meanderings and re-evaluate his meager perspective.

2. (Rooster looks at money tree) In which Edward, penniless and destitute, seeks alternative methods of procuring commodities.

3. (Rooster held by the neck by man) In which Edward believes his is being coerced into a string of repugnant deeds by his benefactor.

4. (Box of matches with rooster on box) In which Edward finds himself burning the midnight oil doing business with a man predisposed to incendiarism.

5. (Man swipes smart phone of rooster picture on screen) In which Edward, after lengthy ponderous comtemplation, resolves to pursue a carnal allegiance.

6 and 7. 6. (Tritych of rooster foot on sandwich, rooster wearing denim and the pouring of cornflakes.) and 7. (Tritych of rooster beer cans, a rooster being dangled over a bucket of water and a pair of brogues.) In which Edward commits to an extravagant embrace of contemporary procedures and conventions.

All emulsion and acrylic on cardboard. Thanks to Paul Sakoilsky for conducting impromptu auction.