An exhibition of new dust sculptures and drawings by Paul Hazelton following his three-month residency at The Margate Caves.

28 September 2019 to 19 January 2020

‘No Stone Left Unturned’ will feature works inspired by certain historical figures and people associated with the site of the Caves and the surrounding area of Margate.

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Turner Contemporary Margate
Animals & Us is a major exhibition exploring artists’ reflections on the relationship between humans and other animals.

Fri 25 May – Sun 30 Sep 2018

Melencolia 1 (after Durer), 2018

Artists featured include: Keith Arnatt, Joseph Beuys, Marc Chagall, Marcus Coates, Mark Dion, Charlotte Dumas, Tracey Emin, Barry Flanagan, Laura Ford, Lucian Freud, Henri Gaudier Brzeska, Mishka Henner, Candida Höfer, Andy Holden, Marguerite Humeau, Kiluanji Kia Henda, Permindar Kaur, Alice Neel, Kananginak Pootoogook, Stephanie Quayle, Paula Rego, Michal Rovner, Khvay Samnang, Roelandt Savery, Raqib Shaw, Shimabuku, Gilbert Soest, George Stubbs, Andy Warhol, William Wegman, JMW Turner



Five2Watch: The Body

AxisWeb For #Five2Watch this week (starting May 7) we have have selected five artists who explore the body as part of their practice: Paul Hazelton, Carla Cuomo, Robyn LeRoy-Evans, Gordon and Mary and Natalie Ramus

Body Hair (geometric mesh of human hair) Permanent collection of the Olbricht Foundation, ME Collectors Room, Berlin

Love Triangle and Circle (detail), household dust, human hair

Image courtesy of Gallerie Da-End


Cabinet Da-End 08
10 March – 5 May 2018

Gallerie Da-End, Paris

Markus Åkesson, Serena Carone, Marcos Carrasquer, Marion Catusse, Nicolas Darrot, Odonchimeg Davaadorj, Marielle Degioanni, Ellen Ehk, Marco Fantini, Lucy Glendinning, Paul Hazelton, Daniel Horowitz, Orié Inoué, Sarah Jérôme, Victoria Kosheleva, Lidia Kostanek, Kim KototamaLune, Akira Kugimachi, Magali Lambert, Gabriel Léger, Mike MacKeldey, Eudes Menichetti, Célia Nkala, Nieto, Till Rabus, Cendrine Rovini, Lionel Sabatté, Satoshi Saïkusa, Jean-Benoist Sallé, Carolein Smit, Tsuyoshi Tane, Mitsuru Tateishi, Nicolas Tolmachev, Paul Toupet, Edwart Vignot, Xaver von Mentzingen.


Mothers Ruin 2016 household dust, human hair, Hendricks Pot


Artists Include:
Sarah Gillham, Carl Gent, Anders Gramer, Sigrid Holmwood,
Fritha Jenkins, Mindy Lee, Catherine Morland, Paul Vivian, Paul Hazelton, Tom Walker, Amanda Couch

Number 13
13 Cambrian Close

York Hill SE27 0BS

An exhibition and series of events that to respond to the theme ofHousework/Artwork. The everyday material reality of reproductive labour will be presented and exhibited as art.

More information on the exhibition

Thur 28th Sept to Sun 1st Oct



MOCA London & Guildhall Art Gallery

Nature Morte: Contemporary Still Life

7 September 2017 – 2 April 2018

View The Guardian Preview here

A Matter of Still Life & Death – The Guardian






Nature Morte Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life Tradition
The Four Domes Pavilion
Branch of the National Museum in Wrocław
18 February – 14 May 2017



Curio: Sites of Wonder Studio 3 Gallery, Jarman Building, University of Kent, Canterbury
29 September – 2 December 2016
Curated by Mariam Sudzhadinova and students on the MA Curating Course



Currently showing at Konsthallen, Bohuslan Museum, Sweden until 28 August 2016 and touring to Guildhall Art Gallery, London September 2017 – January 2018



Wolves, Magic Mirrors and Spinning Wheels: The Anatomy of Fairy Tales The Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science and Art, Pennsylvania USA
15 July – 31 December 2016

The Anastrophic Mirror of The Little Mermaid



Ghosts in the Making (solo show) Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art and Natural History, 11 Mare Street, Bethnal Green, London
17 September 2016 – 14 January 2017

Blood Sweat and Tears: Ghosts in the Making



Paul Hazelton’s artwork is featured in Michael Petry’s latest book Nature Morte: Contemporary artists reinvigorate the Still Life tradition

Published October 14th 2013 by Thames & Hudson

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