Whitworth art gallery are to release a legacy publication, queering the Whitworth: queering the constituent museum. The publication will include conversations with lgbtqia+ artists, activists and thinkers. in addition, it will showcase all the artworks presented in the (un)defining queer exhibition, including images and script details of my video piece, "subtle slights 2022"
I don’t know what I want, but I want it NOW!
Private View : Thursday 2nd November, 6-8pm
Dual Perspectives: Matthew Bamber and Dominic James Bilton Interview Each Other
Artist, Matthew Bamber and Curator, Dominic James Bilton sit down to discuss queerness in art and the dynamics of Queer curating.
to read the full article please visit the artists responding to website
two artworks from the dream home series will be on show at “HIDDEN DOORS: Dreams and Inner Worlds”, Friday 16th June, 19:00-22:00 at P7 Gallery, Berlin.
Hidden Doors will open the gates to the dreamscapes and inner worlds of 11 European Queer artists and performers.
(Un)defining queer at the Whitworth
26 January - 3 DECember 2023
This exhibition delves into the Whitworth’s collection to examine how we can use a queer lens to define what the term ‘queer’ means. Presenting collection works that have never been on display before as well as loans, the exhibition includes artists such as: Derek Jarman, Ajamu X, Niki de Saint Phalle, Dame Ethel Walker, General Idea, David Hockney, Maggie Hambling, Pearl Alcock, Keith Vaughan, Matthew Bamber, Sarah-Joy Ford, Marcantonio Raimondi, Wolfgang Tilmans, Walter Crane, Chester Tenneson, and Jez Dolan.
A limited edition print of commemoration from the gm series is now available to purchase via the Castlefield gallery online shop - buy here
Matthew Bamber and Ivy Kalungi
22 September - 16 October 2022
A great achievement will be exhibited in the upcoming 60+10 Group Drawing Exhibition at whitaker museum & art gallery
opening night 16th June
exhibition continues to 11th august 2022
dream home series is part of the Leeds summer group show 2021
curated by Courtney Spencer
works selected by Sarah Roberts, nick cass, mike winnard, holly grange and Courtney Spencer
D for Drag from the dream home series is to be included in a publication titled, queer zine dictionary. This new publication from the Feminist Library has contributions from over 40 artists exploring the idea of a ‘queer dictionary’ through original artworks and texts. The dictionary can be purchased online and also viewed in person in London at the feminist library.
Untitled, 2019 and still life, 2019 have been selected for the group exhibition, Here </> There Exhibition, Sia (school of international art) and Today Art Museum, Beijing
14.10.19 - 4.11.19
The exhibition showcases the work of outstanding usA and European art school graduates
curators Adrian Shaughnessy and Regular Practice