James Howard Exhibited at The Saatchi Gallery

James Howard
Untitled

2007

46 digital prints

Dimensions variable

“The 'schizo-core' mechanic is my process of manipulating digital material to open up new ways of thinking. When you realign disparate things, and allow them to be multiple, it makes a very fertile ground. Social norms are turned inside-out, leading to a tangle of surreal juxtapositions which expose all the energy of what it means to be living right now in the universe.” -


 


James Howard's Biography

James Howard
Born in 1981, Canterbury, UK
Lives and works in London, UK



SOLO EXHIBITIONS


2015
James Howard - Energy Fluid Enemania System, Envoy Enterprises, New York

2011
Authorized, Aubin Gallery, London, UK

2010
Black Money, Peifen Fine Art - 21 Fleet Street, London, UK

2009
Reputable Company, Sartorial Gallery, London, UK
Dirt Cheap Flights to Classy Paradise, CRATE, Margate, Kent, UK

2008
James Howard & Mai-Lin Tan "Guang Dong Heart Beating Quickly Quickly, Peles Empire, London, UK

2007
James Howard in The Regions, Marksman Gallery, Reading, UK


GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2018
Black Mirror: Art as a Social Satire, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK

2015
Business as Usual, STCFTHOTS, Leeds, UK

2014
(De)Tour ENTER 12, Siauliai Media Arts Festival Siauliai Art Gallery, Siauliai, Lithuania
Raving Disco Dolly on a Rock n Roll Trolley, Envoy Enterprises, New York
Internet Culture (Massage), Beams, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
Anna, Mettlework, Geylang, Singapore

2013
New Age of Aquarius - Duve, Berlin, Germany.
From Here On - Arts Santa Monica, Barcelona, Spain.
Luscious Liquid of Equilibrium, Campbell Works Gallery, London
Don’t Underestimate Us, FORT gallery, Sluice Art Fair, London
Inside the Sarcophagus - Experiencing the moving image, MKII, London.

2012
Ray 2012 / Making History, Frankfurter Kunstverein Museum, Frankfurt, Germany
From Here On, FotoMuseum, Antwerp, Belgium (Rencontres d' Arles touring)
Technicolour Yawn / Gaehn, Import Projects, Wittenbergplatz, Berlin, Germany
Technicolour Yawn / Gaehn, Import Projects- toured to Karst, Plymouth, UK
Big Love, Catch in association with FORT, 22 Kingsland Road, London.
Pop Molecule - The Appearence of Science, Aubin Gallery, London, UK.
Rock Paper Scissors, Galleria UNO UNO, Milan, Italy

2011
From Here On, Atelier de MĂ©canique, Rencentres d' Arles, Arles, France
Polemically Small, Torrance Art Museum, Calafornia, USA
Tetragram for Gathering, Detroit, Stockholm, Sweden
Apocalypstick, The Nunnery Gallery, London

2010
Newspeak- British Art Now, Saatchi Gallery, London
The Future can Wait, (Charlie Smith) Shoreditch Town Hall, London
Cheap Flights, Fortress Studios, London
FRESSEN UND GEFRESSEN WERDEN, Peles Empire, London
Paper Monument – We Pictured You Reading This, REDUX, Charleston, South Carolina, USA
Elementology, 1646, Den Haag, Netherlands

2009
Everyday Altered –Gallery Primo Alonso, London
The Free Art Fair - Barbican Centre, London
FIFTHYEARS, SARTORIAL Gallery
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
MILK PLUS, (Special Don’t Worry Chemical) –Curated by Mai-Lin Tan
Plastic Culture - the Legacy of Pop, UK touring exhibition
Virtual Insanity, Cinders Gallery, New York

2008
Super - Cilia, Royal Liver Building, Pier Head, Liverpool
Promises, Terrence Higgins, London Art Fair, London

2007
Seven Hundred and Twenty Eight Days Later, Marksman Gallery, Reading
12 2 1, Canary Wharf, London
Royal Academy of Arts MA Graduation Exhibition, London

2006
Krakow Castle RA/KRA – Group show (Curator, Exhibitor) Krakow, Poland
Nationwide Mercury Art Exhibition, Covent Garden, London
Premiums, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London