I will be giving a talk about my art and influences at Tate Britain on 24th June, 2017. Details here at http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/talk/joe-orton-legacy-and-influence
The National Justice Museum, Nottingham has launched a crowdfundinding campaign to raise £10,000 towards it’s upcoming ‘Crimes of Passion: The Story of Joe Orton’ exhibition. Check it out at https://www.artfund.org/get-involved/art-happens/joe-orton
Following the success of the MOCA, London run of ‘What the Artist Saw: Art Inspired by the Life and Work of Joe Orton’. The exhibition travels to the New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Leicester. Dates 24th July – 22nd October, 2017. I am showing new paintings and a collage installation.
This has been an exciting year for me, as it’s the first time I have made work directly responding to my uncle, playwright Joe Orton.
The other artists also showing new work are Louise Plant and Tim Youd.
I will also be exhibiting new paintings and a collage installation in the complimentary exhibition ‘Crimes of Passion: The Story of Joe Orton’ at the National Justice Museum, Nottingham. 22nd July – 1st October, 2017.
I will be exhibiting in the Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary (ARMB) Shortlist exhibition at Artlink, Hull. In association with Shape Arts as part of Hull UK City of Culture, 2017. Dates 8th April-13th May, 2017.
I will be giving a talk at Artlink, along with artist Aidan Moesby on 29th April, 2017
I will be exhibiting a new painting in the Contemporary British Painting exhibition 30 x 30 x 32 at St Marylebone Crypt, London. Dates 8th November 2016- 4th January 2017
I have been invited by Sacha Craddock and artist Dan Coombs to exhibit in The Discerning Eye, where I will be showing three new paintings.
The Mall Galleries, London. Dates 17th November – 27th November, 2016
I am in conversation with artist Susie Hamilton for the series ‘Painter to Painter‘.
It is on the Contemporarybritishpainting.com website, where I discuss my art practice. The link is here:-
Following the success of its showing in Liverpool, Art of the Lived Experiment is travelling to Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA as part of its DisArt Festival. Showing in several locations. The Grand Rapids Art Museum (GRAM), Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (UICA), and Kendall College of Art and Design (KCAD). My paintings will be shown at GRAM. Dates 10th April – 31st July 2015.
For more information, select the following links
I am currently exhibiting work in DaDaFest: Art of the Lived Experiment. Curated by artist and curator Aaron Williamson. The Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool. Dates 8th November – 11th January 2015.
The exhibition will then travel to the US in 2015.
For more information, select this link http://www.thebluecoat.org.uk/events/view/exhibitions/2277
I will be exhibiting in a curated section of The Threadneedle Prize. Curated by Sacha Craddock. The Mall Galleries, London. The exhibition runs from 25th September to 11th October, 2014
For more information, select this link http://threadneedleprize.com/page/3234/2014+Exhibition
David Lock will be showing several new paintings in a forthcoming group show for the annual ‘Arcus Pride Exhibition‘ at Clifford Chance, 10 Upper Bank Street, London E14 5JJ. The show is curated by artist and curator Michael Petry and runs from 16th June to 18th July, 2014. The exhibition is open by appointment on Fridays between 12:00 and 18:00, contact Nigel Frank on 020 7006 5183 or email@example.com
David Lock will also be showing several new paintings in a group show ‘Adam Reynolds Bursary Shortlist Exhibition‘ at Shape Gallery, Westfield, Stratford City, E20 1EJ. The show runs from 19th June to 16th August, 2014.
David Lock will be showing a recent painting in ‘Together‘, a group show curated by artist Enzo Marra, at Occupy My Time Gallery, Deptford. The show runs from 6th June, until 6th July 2013.
David Lock will be showing new work in Masquerade-Be Another, curated by Eléonore Gros and Alicia Paz.
Stephen Lawrence Gallery
12th April – 10th May 2013
Opening Event: 6 – 8 pm Friday 12th April
– Featuring a performance by Plastique Fantastique
Currently showing in ‘A House of Many Windows‘ curated by Day and Gluckman. Collyer Bristow Gallery, London
06th March – 12th June
Currently also showing in ‘Unknown Sitter‘, curated by Covadonga Valdes. Lion & Lamb Gallery, Hoxton, London
28th March – 20th April