Associate Members’ Show 2014

Selected by Bob and Roberta Smith and Sarah Martin


Áine Belton, Laura Bygrave, Amir Chasson, Charlie Coffey, Anna Katarzyna Domejko, Lucy Evetts,

Stacey Guthrie, Sandra Lane, Nigel Massey, Nicholas Mortimer, Jammie Nicholas, Stephen Postgate,

Mark Scott-Wood, David Theobald, Rebecca Townrow, Henna Vainio

1 - 23 March 2014


Open Fri-Sun,  12-5pm

Private View: Fri 28 February, 6-9pm



LIMBO is delighted to present its first annual Associate Members' Show, selected by artist Bob and Roberta Smith, and Sarah Martin, Head of Exhibitions, Turner Contemporary.


Click here to download their foreword to the exhibition. 



Áine Belton (Eire, based in Canterbury) studied at in Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology before completing an MA in Fine Art at UCA in 2012. She is co-editor of ESC Zine and has curated a number of exhibition and print projects. Recent exhibitions include: Square Eyes Dublin, The Market Studios, Dublin (2013) and Happenings, curated by Emily Sharp at LIMBO, Margate (2013).


Laura Bygrave (born 1984, Norwich, lives and works in London) graduated from the Royal College of art in 2010.  Recent exhibitions include Creekside Open selected by Paul Noble, APT Gallery, London (2013) and Backwards Man, CGP, London (2012)


Amir Chasson (born Israel, 1968, lives and works in London) studied at Middlesex University and Goldsmiths College, London. He was recipient of the 2012 Abbey Award for a fellowship at the British School at Rome. Recent solo exhibitions include Days of Oil & Gas, ArtEco, London, 2013, and My French Nurse’s Dream, Outpost, Norwich, 2012.


Charlie Coffey (born 1981, Edinburgh, lives and works in London) graduated from Goldsmith College in 2007. She is co-editor of folio magazine. Recent exhibitions include It's A Girl!, Light Industry Projects, London, 2013 and Appropriate Response, Vulpes Vulpes, London, 2012.


Anna Katarzyna Domejko (born in Poland, based in Reading, UK) studied at The Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz, graduating 2012. She has just been shortlisted for the John Moores Painting Prize 2014. Recent exhibitions include Art from the Heart, The Vanderbilt Republic, New York, USA 2013; and An Open Project, MAC, Birmingham, 2013.


Lucy Evetts (born 1989, lives in London) studied at London Metropolitan University, Sir John Cass School of Art, graduating 2011. Recent exhibitions include There’s no time we made it up, with Kathyrn Ashill, Looking Glass Gallery, Bristol, 2009 and Bow Arts Open Studios, London 2013


Stacey Guthrie (born in Penzance, 1965) graduated from Falmouth University in 2013. Recent exhibitions include British Women Artists 2013 (in which she was the competition winner) and Now Falmouth, Shoreditch Town Hall, London 2013.


Sandra Lane (born 1954, lives and works in London) graduated from Camberwell College of Art in 2013. She is currently on a year-long ACME studio residency. Recent exhibitions include ACME Open Studios, Deptford 2013 and Summer Show, Gardens Café Gallery, Peckham Rye, 2013


Nigel Massey (lives and works in London) studied at the Royal Academy Schools, London, receiving the JMW Turner Gold Medal while there. Recent exhibitions include End of Terrace Heroics, Public House Projects, London, 2013; Hearth, Charlie Dutton Gallery, 2012 and Pushing Print, Margate, 2013.


Nicholas Mortimer (lives and works in Ramsgate and London) studied Fine Art Sculpture at University of Brighton before taking an MA in Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art 2013. He was a finalist in the TenderFlix film festival, London, 2013. Other recent projects include Convocation Speech at the Royal Albert Hall, London, 2013.


Jammie Nicholas (Lives and works in London) graduated from Central St Martins in 2010. His commercially available perfume, Surplus, made from the artist’s faeces, urine and sebum, created some controversy in 2011. Recent exhibitions include Rushgrove House, curated by Byantia Harlow and Paula Lopez Zambrano, 2013, and Floor Plan for an Institution #2. The Auditorium, Vinyl Art Space, Birmingham, 2012.


Stephen Postgate (lives and works in Whitstable) completed his MA in Fine Art at Canterbury Christchurch University in 2012. Recent exhibitions include Harbour Street Gallery, Whitstable (2013) and Hastings Art Forum (2012). 


Mark Scott-Wood (lives and works in London) studied at Norwich School of Art & Design and Byam Shaw School of Art, London. At the time of writing he is artist-in-residence, Mam’s Fridge Gallery. Recent and forthcoming exhibitions include: Mexico Members Show, M-E-X-I-C-O, Leeds, 2014 and Click + Spill, Salt &Powell, Artemis Project Space, York, 2013.


David Theobald (Born Worthing 1965, based in London and Twickenham) studied at Wimbledon College of Art, then Goldsmiths College, London (graduating 2008). David curated the exhibition Modern Times at the Vegas Gallery and was also winner of the 2009 Creekside Open selected by Mark Wallinger, the Open West 2011 and the Motorcade/FlashParade National 2012. Recent exhibitions include PC World (solo show), Motorcade/FlashParade, Bristol and COE 13, Claremorris, Ireland, (selected by Andrew Wilson). 


Rebecca Townrow (Lives and works in London) Studied at Kingston University. Recent exhibitions include Creekside Open 2013 Selected by Paul Noble / Ceri Hand, London and Kingston University Degree Show, 2012


Henna Vainio (born 1981, Finland,) Studied at Chelsea College of Arts, and the Slade, London. Recent group exhibitions include Outpost Members’ Show 2013 selected by Peles Empire, Outpost, Norwich; Big Dinner, LIMBO, 2013 and The Opposite of What We Know to be True, Fold Gallery, London, 2013


Limbo’s 2013-14 programme is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, and by Kent County Council through their Arts Investment Fund



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