News & Press

Wall Street International on ‘Lost Histories and other voices’ at The Exchange, Penzance

9 February 2017

A major retrospective of work by Joy Gregory, one of the most significant artists to emerge from the Black British photography movement of the 1980s. Spanning 20 years, Lost Languages and other voices brings together 16 bodies of work exploring race, history and gender, encompassing a wide range of photographic media, from digital video installations …

‘Lost Languages & Other Stories’ at the Dye House Gallery, Bradford School of Art

14 October 2016

  Joy Gregory’s solo show ‘Lost Languages & Other Stories’ has opened at the Dye House Gallery, Bradford School of Art, [Westholme Street, Bradford BD7 1AY] on Friday 14th October 2016. Lost Languages and Other Voices is a major retrospective of work of an artist who frist emerged in the mid-1980’s.  Spanning twenty years the …

New Website

30 March 2016

It is time to bid a sad farewell to my much loved site designed by Katherine Green of Red Leader in 2004.  It is a gem that has served me well for much more than a decade. This says much about the talent and foresight of the company and designer. The wonderful and exciting new …

Personal

SLADE

22 September 2015

I am delighted to have been appointed as 0.4 Teaching Fellow in Graduate Fine Art Media at the Slade for the Autumn term. I am looking forward to the return to teaching while having time to p complete some of the many projects I have had on the back burner for the past few years. …

Symposium

Art & Collaboration

21 September 2015

Sunday 11th October 2015, 11am-6.30pm Djam Lecture Theatre, SOAS Sonia Boyce | Joy Gregory | Jacob Jari Samson Kambalu | Peterson Kamwathi | Atta Kwami This one-day symposium brings together six leading artists in conversation about the role of collaboration in their practice. What happens when artists collaborate? What are the challenges and potentials of …

Shows

Liberties

15 September 2015

An exhibition of contemporary art reflecting on 40 years since the Sex Discrimination Act Curated by Day & Gluckman Works by over 20 women artists will reflect the changes in art practice within the context of sexual and gender equality since the introduction of the Sex Discrimination Act (1975) in the UK. Some artists confront …

Shows

Mary Seacole Memorial -Initial Proposals on Show

27 April 2009

(2009-04-27) 27th April -8th May 2009 On Monday 27 April through Friday 8 May 2009 the eight shortlisted artists will have their initial proposals displayed in the windows of Coutts Bank 440 Strand London, WC2 0QS The shortlisted artists are: Maurice Blik Georgia Boyd Russell Joy Gregory Martin Jennings Kenness George Kelly (Fowokan) Etienne Milner …