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GROUP SHOW OF FOUNDING MEMBERS OF THE ARBOREALIST'S CLOSES 13TH JANUARY 2018
Flattering allusion to my work in Alexandra Harris's Guardian review with link to this site.
Below is a still from the forthcoming documentary "Die Grosen Kunstlerduell Turner Vs Constable" My work and opinions contribute to this investigation into the two artists relationship and legacy. Broadcast early December2017.
Fantastic Group Show Curated by Graham Crowley and Julian Perry
Exciting to have helped make this collaberation happen. Very flattering to be part of such a gathering of tallent.
Major one person show opens at Gainsborough's House Sudbury Suffolk Uk. Show runs from Friday 24th of Feburuary - Sunday 11th of June.
Julian Perry invited to be part of international multi media Arts project: Trees of the Planet.
May 2016 Julian Perry on French Residency.
Julian Perry to have one person show at Gainsborough's House Gallery, Feb 2017.
The Romantic Thread
Julian Perry's work features in major survey of the Romantic tradition in British Art. Southampton City Art Gallery February 2016. The 5th of February to the 4th of June 2016
January 2016: Julian Perry wins: Breathing Space Bursary
studio Rental paid for 6 months.
Julian Perry will be showing with Austin Desmond Fine Art London 2016 (Stand 37)
Artists: Biggs & Collins I Kayle Brandon I Glenn Brown I Gillian Carnegie I Graham Crowley I Bella Easton I Stephen Felmingham I Ryan Gander I Chris Hawtin I Julian Perry I Rebecca and Mike I John Stark I Michael Stubbs I Trisant I Daphne Warburg Astor I Richard Wathen.
Museums at Night 30th October 2015 at Mascalls. Gallery. An evening of poetry and music inspired by Mascalls Gallery exhibitions
Venice Biennale Vita Vitale. images below
Julian Perry (left) and John Durrant, Venice.
feature on the "Benacre Birch" works on show in Venice. Issue May 13th, 2015 page 117.
The exhibition titled "Vital Life" is curated by London based "Artwise". Approximately thirty international artists have been invited to contribute works that engage with the biggest envirionmental issues the world faces. The show will be staged at the Pallazzo Garzoni (below) from 9th of May to November 22nd 2015 Julian Perry will be exhibiting an installation devoted to three huge paintings of Suffolk Trees lost to coastal erosion.
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June 2015 Julian Perry invited to be part of
"Arborealist" Group show at Mottisfont Abbey
Exhibitions Runs 19th Sept - Sunday 15th November 2015
January 2015. Mascalls Gallery publish year program with J.P painting on cover.
January 2015 Exhibiting Work at Art London
Austin Desmond Fine art stand 37
December - January 2014 /15
Exhibiting at Flowers Gallery New York
RWA Bristol 19th December - 8th of March 2015. A large group show touring the Uk featuring The "Arborealists".
September 2014 Julian Perry agrees one year sponsorship deal with the artists suppliers Winsor and Newton.
The program discussed Constables contribution to plein aire painting and the landscape tradition. Perry painted a sketch of a willow tree whilst outlining Constables originality. (click here to see video J.P on after18 min.)
Three person show exploring issues of change and decay. Featuring Tim Lewis Julian Perry and Emma Stibbon.
Tim Lewis, Julian Perry, and Emma Stibbon at their show Austin Desmond Fine art 2013
Guardian Review of Museum Without Walls by Jonathan Meades. Sept 2013.
Cultivation Field is an art project initiated and curated by Kate Corder. A Cultivation Field Symposium was held at the University of Reading, on 28 September 2011. Following the Symposium the first Cultivation Field Exhibition was held in Reading (UK) in June 2012. All artworks included in the curation of the project reference or refer to plant or land cultivation in some form or another. Cultivation Field is an evolving project, which will transform through new configurations and off-shoots.
The Pretty Baa Lambs Madder 139.
Julian Perry interviewed by Mark Lawson on BBC Radio 4 Front Row.
Julian Perry features in BBC 4 Documentary on British Landscape Tradition.
This Green and Pleasant Land Broadcast May 2011
Dust on the Nettles Retrospective show at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital 2009