Sudden White/GSK

Ocean Pose [Pink] (2008)
Backlit digital print on vinyl, 3 x 7.9M

Exhibited in Sudden White/GSK Contemporary
Group exhibition
Royal Academy, London

  The Paint

The Paint (2008)
13 paintings. Various dimensions.
Oil paint and digital print on vinyl.

Solo show.
MOT International, London


Untitled [Butterfly] (2008)
A4 digital print

Exhibited in in A4 Editions
Group Show
Five Years Gallery, London


Uncle Chop Chop Magazine 4
Edited by J.Beagles and G.Ramsay
Edinburgh: Edinburgh Col of Art: 2008

  Fools Gold

Untitled [Mummy] (2008)
A4 digital Print

in Fools Gold
Issue 1: Practice and Improvisation in performance
Edited by Lucy Keaney
Edinburgh: Edinburgh College of Art, 2008

  Return of Living Dead

‘Return Of the living dead III. Clement Greenberg
is a conceptual artist: Flatness and Shapism’ (2008)


Circulated as part of Whitney Biennial by
Dexter Sinister

And published in “Gest/Laboratory of Synthesis,”
Ed.s R Garnett and A Hunt.
London: Bookworks, 2008.


Performed in 'True Mirror Microfiche' by Dexter Sinister, as part of Talk Show, ICA, London, 2009

  Ne pas jouer...

Ne pas jouer avec des choses mortes (2008)

Villa Arson, Nice
In collaboration with Fabienne Audeoud.
Group show incl. John Bock, Mike Kelley, Roman Signer
and Franz West.

  Mute Magazine Mute Magazine (Cover Design)
Vol 2, No. 8. May 2008

Intrusions au Petit Palais (2007)
Musée du Petit Palais, Paris.
In collaboration with Fabienne Audeoud.

Exhibition of works from the FMAC collection.
Incl. Roderick Buchanan, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Douglas Gordon and Arnulf Rainer.


Art & [...] Symposium (2007)
ICA, London.

Convened by John Russell and Alun Rowlands. Speakers inlude Paul Buck,

Felix Ensslin, JJ Charlesworth, Maria Fusco [Patricia MacCormack], Peter Osborne,

John Cussans and Fabienne Audeoud.

  Six Impossible things...

What Capitalism produces best is its own gravediggers
16 illustrations

included in Six impossible things before breakfast ed. Olga Adelantado.
Centro Cultural Montehermoso, 2008
Section curated by Andy Hunt

  Frozen Tears III

Frozen Tears III (2007)
Contributing editor/designer.
800-page horror/theory BESTSELLER.

incl. Dennis Cooper, Kool Keith, Bonnie Camplin,
Stewart Home, Jeffrey Vallance & Patricia McCormack
Publ. by Article Press, University of Central England).
Launch events:[London] Koenig Books, Charing X Rd,
(collab. with Koenig Books/Cabinet Gallery);
[New York] Dexter Sinister and 205 Club,
(collab Creative Time NY);
[San Francisco] SF Camerawork.

  Ocean Pose

Ocean Pose (2007)
Solo show.

Matts Gallery,
London (cat).

  Off Modern

Off Modern (2007)
La Station, Nice.

Collab. with Fabienne Audeoud.
Incl. Rita Ackerman, Blood ‘n’ Feathers,
Josh Smith and Reena Spawlings.

  On Platforming

On Platforming (2006)
Locust Projects,
Miami, Florida, USA.

Incl. Nicholas Frank, Gaylen Gerber,
Paul Druecke and General Store.
Curator: Gean Moreno.

  Painters without Paintings...

Painters without paintings and
paintings without painters (2006)
Orchard Gallery, New York, USA.

Incl. Simon Bedwell, Daniel Buren,
Merlin Carpenter, Nicolas Guagnini,
Jutta Koether, Michael Krebber,
Lucy MacKenzie, Blake Rayne,
Reena Spaulings, and Cheyney Thompson.
Curator: Gareth James.

  Visible & Expressible The Visible and the Expressible: Flesh Doesn’t Travel Well These Days (2005)
Transmission Gallery, Glasgow.
  Geniess Geniess (2005)
Norwich Gallery,
  Post no Bills Post no bills (2005)
White Columns,
New York.
  Pourquoi les femmes...

Pourquoi les femmes aiment-elles l’enfer? (2005)
Confort Moderne, Poitiers, France.

Exhibition of collaborative work - Fabienne Audeoud and John Russell
2000-2005 (cat).


Slimvolume (2004)
Organised by Andrew Hunt. REDUX, London. November.

(Also included in Curating degree zero, Spike Island February 2005; Halle Für Kunst, Lüneburg, Germany, February–March 2005; International Project Space, Bourneville, Birmingham, March–April 2005; Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland April–May 2005; Büro Friedrich and Sparwasser HQ in Berlin, September 2005; and Edinburgh College of Art Gallery, October 2005.
Also included in the archive Kiosk, organised by Christoph Keller and included in the exhibition Printing Matters at Witte de With, Rotterdam in April 2005 and ICA, London December 2005)

  The Thinking

The Thinking (2004)
PS1/MoMa, New York USA.

Collab. with Mark Beasley, Sam Walls & Damon Packard. Part of Romantic detachment exhibition. Incl. Jeremy Deller, Bedwyr Williams, Adam Chodzko and Emily Wadill. Curated by Grizedale Arts.

  Voicing the Vagina

Voicing the Vagina (2004)
[Bookworks Commission] in collaboration with Fabienne Audéoud.

8 Limited edition posters and film event/installation at commercial Tavern. Posters also flyposted around London. Toured as part of Infra Thin Projects to Ikon Gallery, Birmingham and International 3, Manchester. Incl. Mark Beasley and Mark Titchner. Cur. by Mark Beasley.


Axxxpressunizm (2004)
Vilma Gold Gallery, London (June); Alice Day Gallery, Brussels.

Cur. John Russell & Mark Beasley. Incl. Matt Greene, Brock Enright, Damon Packard, Lorenzo De Los Angeles II, Scott Hugg, Amie Dicke and Jesse Bransford.

  Pink Paintings

Pink Paintings (2002-04)
Fabienne Audéoud & John Russel

Shown at Intrusions: Selection of works from the FMAC collection (2007-08), Musée du Petit Palais, Paris; Off Modern (2007), La Station, Nice, Fance; Pourquoi les femmes aiment-elles l'enfer? (2005), Confort Moderne, Poitiers, France; Voicing the Vagina (2004), Launch event. Bookworks commission, Commercial Tavern, London.


Sleaze Magazine (2004)
June 2004, pp 105-111

6 Page artist project.

  Frozen Tears II

Frozen Tears II: the sequel. (2004)
Contributing editor/designer.
800-page horror/theory BESTSELLER.

Launches and readings at: Skylight Books, LA; Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco; Maccarone Inc, New York; Moonlighting Night Club, London (in collaboration with Cabinet Gallery); installation at Axxxpressunizm (2004), Vilma GoldGallery, London.

  Frozen Tears I

Frozen Tears I (2003)
Contributing editor/designer.
800-page horror/theory BESTSELLER.

Novel and posters exhibited at Cabinet Gallery, London.



Angloponce (2003)
The Trade Apartment, London

Co-curated grup exhibition in collaboration with Raymund Brinkman and Mark Beasley.

  Twenty women...

The withdrawal from conversation/the return to the oceanic: the weight of the breast. Twenty women play the drums topless (2002)
South London Gallery.


Performance organised in collaboration with Fabienne Audéoud and Wayne Lloyd. Subsequently restaged at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham (2003) and Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, Porto (2006).

  The Collagist The Collagist (2002)
The Trade Apartment, London.
  Abstract Paintings

Abstract Painting (2000)
The International 3, Manchester.

  Recent Paintings

Recent Paintings (2001)
Birmingham Institute of Art and Design.

Ten digital prints

  Becks Futures 2

Becks Futures 2 (2001)
In collaboration with Fabienne Audéoud.
ICA, London.

Touring to: Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh; Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool; Southeby's, New York; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle (cat.).

  John Russell Kills Fabienne Audeoud Cover Versions (2000), Performance of John Russell kills Fabienne Audéoud in the style of William Burroughs.
In collaboration with Fabienne Audéoud .
The Trade Apartment, London.

  There is nothing so profane...

There is nothing so profane to a man as an ugly woman... (2000)
In collaboration with Fabienne Audéoud.
Beaconsfield, London.

Exhibition of paintings and films.

  Performance-ative Paintings

Performance-ative Paintings (2000)
25 Painitings produced by Fabienne Audéoud & John Russell in 2000

Shown at: Off Modern La Station, Nice, France (2007); Pourquoi les femmes aiment-elles l'enfer?Confort Moderne, Poitiers, France (2005); Becks Futures 2, ICA, London (2001); There is nothing so profance to a man as an ugly woman... Beaconsfield, London (2000).

  If Hope were a Time Machine If Hope Were a Time Machine (1999)

BANK solo show.Magazin 4
Bregenz, Austria
  Field of Dreams

Field of Dreams Paintings (1999)

Norwich Gallery,

Also shown at:
Protest and Survive.
Whitechapel Gallery,
London 2002

  Fax-Bak New York The BANK FAX-BAK service (1999)
New York
  Fax-Bak London The BANK FAX-BAK service (1999)
  Dead Life

Dead Life (1999)
Mayor Gallery, 22a Cork Street, London

Solo BANK exhibition.


White3 (1998)
Gallerie Poo Poo, London

3 Exhibitions: BANK and Bethan Huws/ Art&Language/Lolly Batty.

  Stop Short Changing us

Stop short-changing us. Popular culture is for idiots. We believe in art. (1998)
Gallerie Poo Poo, London

Solo BANK exhibition

  Whos afraid of...

Who's Afraid of The Red, White & Blue? (1998)
Conference @ UCE, Birmingham

Incl. BANK, Michael Corris, Jean Fisher, Mark Harris, Jaki Irvine, Yinka Shonibare, Gavin Turk, Mark Wallinger, Peter Wollenand Patricia Bickers

  Gallerie Winner

Gallerie Winner (1998)
DOG, 34 Underwood Street, London

BANK, Jake & Dinos Chapman, John Cussans & Ranu Mukhergee

  Truth Boulder

Truth Boulder (1998) &
Bourgeois Art Object ttempting to Escape the Gallery (1998)

Shown at Oldense, Denmark (1996); Their Chromakey and Ours, Waygood, Newcastle (1996); Manchester Town Hall as part of Eastenders (1998).

  Mask of Gold

Mask of Gold (1997)
DOG, 34 Underwood Street, London

Christy Astuy, BANK, David Burrows, Margarita Gluzberg, Mark Jones, Roddy Thomson & The Lowe Brothers, Peter Seymour and Eric Wright

  Winkle Winkle (1997)

God (1997)
DOG, 34 Underwood Street, London

Liz Arnold and BANK.

  The BANK

The BANK Tabloid (1997)
Various Issues

Launch event of The BANK Tabloid 'It's a Stitch-Up!' @ DOG, 34 Underwood st, London.

  Life/ Live

Life/Live (1996/7)
Musée d'Art Moderne de ;a Ville de Paris, France and Centro Cultural De Belem, Lisbon.

Survey show of Bristish art. BANK's contribution: Cool Tears; BANK, Simon Martin, and John Stezaker.


DOG, Underwood St, London

8 Shows staged simultaneously, Dec '96 - Jan '97. Bonkers Bird; Goffick/Go-orfick; Shut up you stupid cunt; Togetherness, Stapleton's Last Show; The Pathology of Social Interaction; House of Wax and Ocean Floor.


BANK T.V (1997)

Filming 6 hours a day, 6 days a wekk for 3 weeks in London and Manchester. Distributing the output daily to venues including ICA, London; Transmission Gallery, Glasgow; Castlefield Gallery, Machester and The Eagle Pub, London.

  Class Vegas

Class Vegas (1997)
The Embassy, London

Organised by Dave Beech. Incl. series of Posters by BANK.

  Fuck Shit Walk

Fuck Shit Walk (1996)

  Darling Cicciolina

My Darling Cicciolina... (1995)
Last Order(s) 134 Curtain Road, London

Group Show Incl. BANK, Martin Creed, Jeremey Deller, Matthew Shadbolt, Jane Simpson, Bob & Roberta Smith, Jessica Voorsanger


Roadworks (1996)
Tottenham Court Road, London

Public art project organised by FAT


Compartments (1996)
Ridehaus, Copenhagen.

Part of Compartments project, various sites in Copenhagen. Incl. Allgirls, ampcom, BANK, Bricks and Kicks, Ciy Racing, Globe, Minimal Club, Name Diffusion, Purple Prose, Saga Basement, Transmission, W139.

  Happy Squirrel Club

The Happy Squirrel Club (1996)
De Fabriek, Eindhoven

Liz Arnold, BANK, Anke Dessin, Stephen Glynn, Roddy Thompson & Colin Lane, Neil Miller, Matt Mitchell, Mike Nelson, Peter Newman, Orphan Drift, Rebecca Warren.

  Fuck Off

Fuck Off (1996)
DOG, London


BANK, Lolly Batty, Gavin Turk and Rebecca Warren.

  Cocaine Orgasm

Cocaine Orgasm (1995)
BANKSPACE Curtain Road, London

Tim Allen, Liz Arnold, BANK, Lolly Batty, Simon Bill, John Cussams & Ranu Mukhergee, Stephen Glynn, Gerard Hemsworth, Soren Martinsen, Muntean/Rosenblum, Chris Ofili, Janette Parris, John Stezaker, Michael Stubbs, Rebecca Warren, Maz Wigram, Andrew Williamson.

  Charge of the Light Brigade

The Charge of theLlight Brigade (1995)

Simon Bedwell, John Cussans & Colin Lane, Matthew Higgs, Orphan Drift, Bob & Roberta Smith.

  Zombie Golf

Zombie Golf (1995)

Dave Beech, Adam Chodzko, Maria Cook, Martin Creed, Peter Doig, Matthew Higgs,Sivan Lewin, John Stezaker.

  Wish you were here

Wish you were here (1994)

Simon Bedwell, Sonia Boyce, David Burrows, The Cabinet Gallery, Lucy Gunning, Anne-Christian Lislegaard, Matt Mitchelll, Ian Pratt, John Russell, Bob & Roberta Smith, Milly Thompson and Andrew Williamson.

  Natural History

Natural History (1993)
Battlebridge Road, London

BANK, Dave Burrows, John Russell, Milly Thompson and John Timberlake.

  Space International

Space International (1992)
Battlebridge Road, London.

Simon Bedwell, Luis Contreras, Dino Demosthenous, Velentine Figueros, Esther McLaughlin, Derek Ogbourne, Jim Russell, John Russell, Stephen Park. Touring to El Dientes Del Tiempo Gallery, Valencia (November 1992)


Chlorine (1992)
Marshall Street Leisure Centre, London.

Simon Bedwell, Dino Demosthenous, John Russell, Chris Winter, Julia Judge and Carole Smith.

  BANK Bank (1991)
Lewisham Way, London

Simon Bedwell, Dino Demosthenous, John Russell, Chris Winter and Carole Smith.
  Pretend Exhibitions Pretend Exhibitions (1988-90)
Simon Bedwell & Simon Bedwell
Various Venues