Yours truly featured on p.19 in Headlines, the UH School of Creative Arts newspaper!
To read click here.

Yours truly featured on p.19 in Headlines, the UH School of Creative Arts newspaper!

To read click here.

The show has officially finished!
A huge thanks to everyone for their kind support and an even bigger thanks to cueB Gallery for making this happen. It has been amazing. Watch this space for new work and future exhibitions!

The show has officially finished!
A huge thanks to everyone for their kind support and an even bigger thanks to cueB Gallery for making this happen. It has been amazing. Watch this space for new work and future exhibitions!

Thanks so much to cueB Gallery and to everyone that helped to form such an incredible evening on Friday.

For those who weren’t able to make it, the exhibition curated by Franco la Russo will run at cueB Gallery (325 Brockley Rd, London SE4 2QZ) until Sunday 10 August. Opening hours are Mon-Sat 9-4.30, Sun 10-4.30. Admission is free. 

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100 at ONCA Gallery, Brighton. 

The Art Book: Revised Edition by Maggie Williams
cueB Gallery | 11 Jul-10 Aug 2014 | PV: Friday 11 Jul 7-9pm
 

"…[Williams] explores the intersection between fine art and popular culture, without wasting time in callous irony. Her work is fresh and often surprising, with a cleverness which is both humane and devastatingly well observed.” - Gillian McIver, Studio 75

The Art Book: Revised Edition is the first solo show of London based artist, Maggie Williams, whose most recent series of work of the same title involves the delicate transformation of familiar images from art history.

At first glance, the viewer is presented with another seemingly exhaustive reproduction from The Art Book. However upon closer inspection, nuances of alterations can be identified, enticing the viewer to reconsider the image and the artwork’s role within history.

The historical contexts in which the artist and artworks are set are revised as each page is removed from The Art Book; important themes and components are extracted from every image and revisualised using simple and subtle paper collage techniques. Infamous artworks are modernised with displaced subjects and art history is reinterpreted with a poignant and playful twist.

The redescription and transformation of an object or image is a theme that appears heavily throughout Williams’ work. Whether the process is delicate or destructive, her artwork mirthfully reintroduces mundane objects in a new form. The selective reconstructive process within Williams’ work bears as much importance as the final pieces themselves as each art object is premeditated before creation.

Maggie Williams (b.1989) is a British artist currently living and working in London. Since graduating in 2011, Williams has both organised and exhibited in numerous group shows in London and further afield.

A number of Williams’ works will be exhibited during The Art Book: Revised Edition alongside a site-specific installation based on the series.

A sneak peek of what’s to come on July 11th, 7pm onwards at cueB Gallery. Save the date!

A sneak peek of what’s to come on July 11th, 7pm onwards at cueB Gallery. Save the date!

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Guess who will be having a solo show at cueB Gallery this summer! Watch this space for more info!

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Guess who will be having a solo show at cueB Gallery this summer! 
Watch this space for more info!

Unfortunately I won’t be able to make the preview but it will be an exhibition worth visiting, and a cause well worth supporting!
For more info, please click here.

Unfortunately I won’t be able to make the preview but it will be an exhibition worth visiting, and a cause well worth supporting!

For more info, please click here.

Parallel Lines private view at Area 44, Newington Causeway.
Amazing space. Beautiful works including yours truly.

Exhibition on until 11th June, catch it while you can!

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Thanks so much to Gillian from Studio 75 for this beautifully written article (#56) on my work. 
Wishing you all the best for the book and I can’t wait to cast my eyes on it!

Thanks so much to Gillian from Studio 75 for this beautifully written article (#56) on my work.

Wishing you all the best for the book and I can’t wait to cast my eyes on it!

For those who missed out on the previous shows, or fancy seeing a small selection of works from ‘The Art Book: Revised Edition’ again!Parallel LinesPV: Friday 6 June 2014 6.30 - 9.30pm7-11 June 2014Area 44, 44 Newington Causeway, SE1 6DRHope to see you there!

For those who missed out on the previous shows, or fancy seeing a small selection of works from ‘The Art Book: Revised Edition’ again!

Parallel Lines
PV: Friday 6 June 2014 6.30 - 9.30pm
7-11 June 2014
Area 44, 44 Newington Causeway, SE1 6DR

Hope to see you there!

Thanks so much to Stomach for a brilliant night of visual arts, performance and food. And thanks to all those that came for support! Amazing evening.

Privileged to have been a part of it!

I will be exhibiting a number of works from ‘The Art Book: Revised Edition’ for one night only at the next Stomach event!
Stomach #2Hoxton Arches, Arch 402, 402 Cremer St, London, E2 8HDThursday 15th May 20145pm onwards
*This event is not recommended for those under 18*
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I will be exhibiting a number of works from ‘The Art Book: Revised Edition’ for one night only at the next Stomach event!

Stomach #2
Hoxton Arches, Arch 402, 402 Cremer St, London, E2 8HD
Thursday 15th May 2014
5pm onwards

*This event is not recommended for those under 18*

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Thanks so much to the team at Here Comes Everyone for featuring my work in their Circles issue!

Thanks so much to the team at Here Comes Everyone for featuring my work in their Circles issue!

Guess who’s featured on Melzi Fine Art

Guess who’s featured on Melzi Fine Art