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News, February 2024

Exhibition news:

Hipkiss features alongside Susanna Bauer, Isabelle Menin and Kate Montgomery in "Sonnets", the summer group exhibition at Le Salon Vert in Carouge, Geneva. The show opens on Saturday, 6 July and runs until the end of August.

The catalogue (with installation shots) of our recent solo exhibition at GAA Gallery New York - Harvest - can be downloaded here and our 'Field Guide' to the show here; the latter explains the narrative of the works.


"Itinérances écologiques – Art, éthique et environnement" charts the encounters of Parisian art critic, François Salmeron, during his travels around Occitanie as part of a research and writing residency at the Centre d'art Caza d'Oro in Ariège. We spent a very pleasant afternoon in our garden, in spring 2022, with François and the Centre's director, Claus Sauer, chatting all things art and rewilding. The book, featuring 20 artists, can be ordered from this link (an English version of the web page is available).

Hipkiss features in the latest edition of Fukt magazine. Order now from the link!

We are among the artists featured in the Thames & Hudson book, "Drawing in the Present Tense", a landmark publication by  Claire Gilman and Roger Malbert , exploring Contemporary Drawing practice, to be translated into multiple languages. More details can be found on the Books page.

There is a ten-page article dedicated to Hipkiss in the 2022 edition of "Plaisirs du Gers" magazine. Unfortunately, it's not available to purchase online, but a PDF can be found on the Press page. Though the interview is in French, the images are worth a look even if you don't speak the language.

In partnership:

We work with The View Magazine, a non-profit publication by and for women in the UK justice system. Its emphasis is not just on art, whose place as therapy is undisputed, but the frequently prejudicial attitudes encountered by this small sector of the incarcerated population. The View provides a lifeline in the form of practical, informative articles and services to help women navigate the system. A £20 annual subscription to the magazine also offers informed insights for those of us lucky enough not to have such first-hand experience. Follow this link and scroll down to purchase a Hipkiss print and support the magazine.

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