"How Bleak Might be our Future" pop-up artist's book by Mike Clements
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"Bees Don't Make Lemonade" included my artist's books "How Bleak Might be Our Future" and ""Thinking Inside the Box"; 15-16 October 2021 at the Kitchen Gallery, Moseley Hive, an intriguing
space in the kitchen of a former Pizza Express.
"Columns & Caves" a series of nine prints at Herefordshire Open exhibition, Courtyard Arts Centre, Hereford, 3 September – 2 October 2021.
"Covid Road Signs" in the Petri Dish
Project Exhibition at Tebbs Gallery pop-up (56 Middlesex St, Spitalsfield, London E1EZ) from 23-30 August 2021 & online until 14 January 2022 (www.tebbsgallery.com/product-page/covid-road-signs)
"Martian Wall" in Protest exhibition at Fronteer Gallery, Sheffield (18 Exchange St S2 5TS) 31 August – 3 September 2021.
"Colour Swatch", "On Books" & "8 Octopuses" all in Marches Makers Miniatures exhibition at Kington
Baptist Church (57 Bridge St, HR5 3DJ) 28-30 August 2021
Other 2021 exhibitions have included a solo show "Jiggery-Pokery" at TOD gallery; "I Colour Outside the Lines" curated by Creative Arts at Bromsgrove; "Wild Fowers" at Poetry Pharmacy,
Bishops Castle, Shropshire; "Restriction" exhibition curated by Correspondence Collective; "Come Outside" online exhibition curated by r_is_n.projects; "The Exquisite Crumb" online archive at La Briciola Squisita; "The Herbarium" for World Book Night
2021 at UWE Bristol; the "Open Fragment" online exhibition organised by Pragmata Collective.
I took part in some physical exhibitions in 2020 before the national lockdown, in London, Bishops Castle and Sheffield, plus some online shows.
Before that my artist's books and prints were at Whitney Court, Herefordshire; “Turn the Page” artists’ book fair in Norwich May 2019; Marches Makers Festival, May 2019; the Bristol Artists’ Book Event BABE), March 2019;
the Small Publishers’ Fair, London, November 2018; the Frankenstein exhibition at Liverpool Central Library and two other venues; “60 years in a Box” exhibition at the Hereford Archive and Record Centre; and the Manchester and Liverpool Artists’