Category Archives: Writing

Magazine: Co-edited ArtLicks ‘Peripheries’ (Issue 23)

I’ve co-edited issue 23 of Art Licks (Autumn 2018) with Holly Willats. The issue is themed around peripheries and includes city reports, artist’s commissions and reflections on the regional from a host of amazing artists, curators and writers based around

Magazine: Co-edited ArtLicks ‘Peripheries’ (Issue 23)

I’ve co-edited issue 23 of Art Licks (Autumn 2018) with Holly Willats. The issue is themed around peripheries and includes city reports, artist’s commissions and reflections on the regional from a host of amazing artists, curators and writers based around

Writing: Belief is what I Believe In: On the Work of Nicholas Pope

I wrote a text for Nicholas Pope’s exhibition ‘Sins & Virtues’ at Sunday Painter. More Information HERE.  Belief is what I Believe In: On the Work of Nicholas Pope Paul Auster’s collection of short stories, True Tales of American Life,

Writing: Belief is what I Believe In: On the Work of Nicholas Pope

I wrote a text for Nicholas Pope’s exhibition ‘Sins & Virtues’ at Sunday Painter. More Information HERE.  Belief is what I Believe In: On the Work of Nicholas Pope Paul Auster’s collection of short stories, True Tales of American Life,

Exhibition: The Everyday Political at CGP London, 18 July – 26 August 2018

18 JULY-26 AUGUST 2018   //   THE GALLERY PREVIEW:  SUNDAY 15 JULY // 2-5PM EXHIBITION OPEN:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM-5PM ARTISTS // FOUNDATION PRESS, EMILY HESSE, JOY LABINJO, TOBY PHIPS LLOYD, GAYLE MEIKLE WITH CIARA LENIHAN, KUBA

Exhibition: The Everyday Political at CGP London, 18 July – 26 August 2018

18 JULY-26 AUGUST 2018   //   THE GALLERY PREVIEW:  SUNDAY 15 JULY // 2-5PM EXHIBITION OPEN:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM-5PM ARTISTS // FOUNDATION PRESS, EMILY HESSE, JOY LABINJO, TOBY PHIPS LLOYD, GAYLE MEIKLE WITH CIARA LENIHAN, KUBA

Interview: Gabi Ngcobo, Director of Berlin Biennial for Mousse, Issue 64 Summer 2018

(Published in Issue 64, Summer 2018)  George Vasey and Gabi Ngcobo in Conversation  George Vasey: The title, We Don’t Need Another Hero, is lifted from the famous song by Tina Turner, and provides a framework for the Biennale. When did

Interview: Gabi Ngcobo, Director of Berlin Biennial for Mousse, Issue 64 Summer 2018

(Published in Issue 64, Summer 2018)  George Vasey and Gabi Ngcobo in Conversation  George Vasey: The title, We Don’t Need Another Hero, is lifted from the famous song by Tina Turner, and provides a framework for the Biennale. When did

Interview: Michael Rakowitz for Art Monthly

Interview published in May 2018 issue of Art Monthly. Michael Rakowitz interviewed by George Vasey George Vasey: Let’s start at the beginning with paraSITE, which you began in 1997-. As part of this continuing project you have worked with homeless

Interview: Michael Rakowitz for Art Monthly

Interview published in May 2018 issue of Art Monthly. Michael Rakowitz interviewed by George Vasey George Vasey: Let’s start at the beginning with paraSITE, which you began in 1997-. As part of this continuing project you have worked with homeless

Review: The Eventuality Dispenser by Mauve hosted by Monomatic at Fettes College, Edinburgh

(Images at the bottom of the text)  I remember secondary school with mixed feelings. I was an okay student but by the time I was 16 I was ready to leave. I flunked my A’Levels with two E’s and a

Review: The Eventuality Dispenser by Mauve hosted by Monomatic at Fettes College, Edinburgh

(Images at the bottom of the text)  I remember secondary school with mixed feelings. I was an okay student but by the time I was 16 I was ready to leave. I flunked my A’Levels with two E’s and a

Writing: FVU/Jerwood Award, On the work of Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta

You can read my essay to accompany the FVU/Jerwood award in the link below. I write on the work of Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta in relation to the theme of “unintended consequences.” Unintended_Consequences_George_Vasey_OnlinePDF

Writing: FVU/Jerwood Award, On the work of Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta

You can read my essay to accompany the FVU/Jerwood award in the link below. I write on the work of Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta in relation to the theme of “unintended consequences.” Unintended_Consequences_George_Vasey_OnlinePDF