Category Archives: Exhibitions

Cave Paintings, installation view, 2015. Photo: Tom Horak

Cave Paintings, installation view, 2015. Photo: Tom Horak


My painting Crockett (2013) was selected for the prestigous John Moores Painting Prize 2014. The exhibition was held at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool as part of the Liverpool Biennial from 5 July - 30 November 2014. For further information:

“[The John Moores Painting Prize is] the Oscars of the British painting world” - Sir Norman Rosenthal, curator and former exhibitions secretary at the Royal Academy.


Images: John Moores Painting Prize (installation view), Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, 2014; Crockett, acrylic on canvas, 119.5 x 79.5cm, 2013. photo: Joe Plommer

REWIRE – ART x AUDIO – Exhibition, Book and Vinyl Box Set

Rob Swain and Andrea Parker have been busy pulling together what is Gamma Proforma’s most ambitious project to date. An exhibition that reverses the common art/music model. Featuring visual artists Augustine Kofie, Jerry ‘Joker’ Inscoe, Poesia, sheOne, Nawer, Stendec, Moneyless, Phil Ashcroft, Derm, Robert ‘Tone’ Proch, Sebastien Preschoux, Sat One, Graphic Surgery, Felipe Pantone, O.Two, Roids, Clemens Behr, Christopher Derek Bruno, 108, Kidghe, Stohead to collaborate with audio artists Luke Vibert, Divine Styler, Mike Ladd, Andrea Parker / Daz Quayle, Cristian Vogel, Arovane, Einoma, Third Shock, Methodblack, Lyken, Monkphat, Plaster, Clatterbox, GFQ, Quinoline Yellow, Evac, Kero, Dalglish, Bogger, Northburg, Ed Devane.

Find out more about the exhibition and box set and support their Kickstarter campaign here



CANAL is delighted to present the ultimate feel-good summer exhibition on the Haggerston Riviera, with works by Phil Ashcroft, Emily Cole, Alex Gene Morrison, Michael Pybus, Sinta Tantra, Mimei Thompson and Paul Westcombe. Zinger!//Humdinger is a vibrant celebration of summer – poppy, fruity, sweaty – but always stylish.

CANAL, 60 De Beauvoir Crescent, London N1 5SB
Open 12 noon – 18.00 Wednesday – Saturday or by appointment
1 August – 21 September 2014 (open by appointment only 18-31 August)

Video documenting the lead up and preview of Galácticos, my solo exhibition at Gamma Transport Division, Edinburgh.

Phil Ashcroft – Galácticos – Exhibition at GTD Edinburgh – Gamma Proforma from Gamma Proforma on Vimeo.

Curated by Rob Swain, Gamma Proforma. Supported by Innis & Gunn, I.J. Mellis and The Scran & Scallie. Event managed by Gav Brough. Music: Solar Plexus (Instrumental) by Birdhead. Filmed and edited by


My solo exhibition Galácticos is at Gamma Transport Division, Edinburgh until 7 March 2014. Gamma Transport Division, 6 Dean Park Street, Edinburgh EH4 1JW. For further details go to



I will be exhibiting two new small canvases alongside prints with Nelly Duff at Pick Me Up 4, the ‘premier contemporary graphic art fair in London’, held at Somerset House from 18 – 28 April 2013. More info on Pick Me Up here.

Futurism 2.0

I have been invited to participate in this group exhibition Futurism 2.0. Artists include: Augustine Kofie, Phil Ashcroft, Boris Tellegen (Delta), James Choules (sheOne), Matt W. Moore, Mark Lyken, Sat One, Christopher Derek Bruno, Moneyless, Mr Jago, Nawer, O. Two, Morten Andersen, Keith Hopewell (Part2ism), Jaybo Monk, Poesia, Derm, Jerry Inscoe (Joker), Remi/Rough, Clemens Behr, Carlos Mare and more…

Launch Night: Thursday 27 September 2012


Public Opening: Friday 28 September, the gallery will be open to the public all day. DJ’s and drinks from 6pm.

Exhibition Dates: Thursday 27 September – Wednesday 3 October 2012

Address: Blackall Studios, 73 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4QS

An exhibition catalogue and limited edition book are available to pre-order now. Further details on all the artists, exhibition, catalogue, book and related activities can be found here:

Yeti Over Mount Fuji_silver Nelly Duff

This year a pop-up graphic zoo will be let loose at Pick Me Up courtesy of Nelly Duff.

Nelly Duff-exhibiting artists at Pick Me Up include: Accept & Proceed, Aida, Jessica Albarn, Richard Ardagh & Graham Bignell, Phil Ashcroft, Alex Binnie, Chris Bourke, Chris Bracey, Anthony Burrill, Ruth Collett, Pablo Delgado, Eine, Gaia, Dan Hillier, Hin, Tracey Kendall, Kozyndan, Ian McDonnell, Pure Evil, Sweetoof, Toasters and Mr Wim.

Exhibition dates : Thursday 22 March – Sunday 1 April 2012, 11.00-20.00 daily, Thursdays open until 22.00

Address: Somerset House, Embankment Galleries, South Wing, London WC2R 1LA

Entry: £8 (£6 concessions, multiple entry pass £12)



Olkiluoto, acrylic on canvas, 121 x 91cm, 2008 , installation view at Less Is More Projects, Paris, 2011


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