Exhibitions and Editions

To date, People Like Us/Vicki has had 5 solo exhibitions and participated in 19 group shows at MAXXI (Rome), HMKV (Dortmund), Centro de Cultura Digital (Mexico), Hatton Gallery (Newcastle), Vitrine (London), alt.gallery (Newcastle), Greene County Council for the Arts Gallery (NY), Peacock Visual Arts (Aberdeen), Pallant House (Chichester), Engramme (Quebec), La Scatola Gallery (London), Changing Room (Stirling), Franklin Street Works (Connecticut), Usurp Gallery (London), University of Greenwich Galleries, Matthew Gallery (Dundee), Edinburgh Printmakers, Millennium Gallery (Sheffield) Leeds College of Art and Sunbeam Studios (London).

Also featured in Sounds Like Silence – 4’33’’ Silence Today (Spectre Books 2012), The Journal of Writing In Creative Practice (Vol 7 Issue 1 2015), The Fundamentals of Sonic Art and Design by Tony Gibbs (Ava Publishing 2007), Cutting Across Media by Kembrew McLeod (Duke University Press 2011), Here To Go – Art, Counter-Culture and the Esoteric (Forum Nidrosiae 2014), Incredible Machines by Danny Snelson (avant 2014), and writing for The Wire’s Collateral Damage (February 2012).

For gallery concerts and festival film screenings please also see Selected Performances and Screenings

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Group Exhibition at Sunbeam Studios, London

Exhibition runs from Friday 26th April to Sunday 30th June 2013
at Sunbeam Studios, 79 Barlby Road, Ladbroke Hall, London, W10 6AZ.
Mon – Fri 10am to 6pm. T: 020 8962 8690
Come to the Private View on Wednesday 19th June 2013 :
Works on Paper e-flyer

New work in La Scatola Gallery, London

‘Modern Empire’ at La Scatola Gallery
24.05.2011 – 04.06.2011

La Scatola is pleased to present “Modern Empire” a group show with artists
Vicki Bennett, Charlotte Bracegirdle, Alec Finlay, Sandy Grant, Susie Green,
Russell Maurice and Inken Reinert



Modern Empire commissions and produces print editions by emerging and established artists.

Modern Empire’s first public exhibition, at La Scatola, includes original drawings, paintings, collage, photography, and sculpture, illustrating the broad range of practice among the artists they work with. The show celebrates the launch of new print editions by Sandy Grant, Russell Maurice and Inken Reinert.

For some of the artists the process of creating a print is a complete departure from their regular artistic output, providing new techniques and tools to explore in order to express artistic ideas. For others, printmaking is already an existing aspect of their output and the opportunity is one in which the relationship to a print publisher creates a new context to develop an idea.

Modern Empire fosters a close relationship between the artist and an established print workshop or technician. The results are affordable, limited editions prints, which are available to purchase through Modern Empire online.

PRIVATE VIEW
Tuesday 24.05.2011 – from 6 to 9PM

Further information about the artists and editions at www.modernempire.co.uk

La Scatola Gallery, 1 Snowden Street, London EC2A 2DQ (Entrance through corner of Worship St with Appold St)