CV

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EXHIBITIONS

2016
‘Juxtaposition’: Collage group show
Museum of Club Culture, Hull
Curated by Mark Wigan

Latitude Festival 2016
www.latitudefestival.com/
Curating the ‘Big Screen’ film/video art screening stage with Louise Colbourne
Curating a programme of live artists
Southwold, Suffolk, 2016 (19-21 July)

2015

1067 – Collage Group Show
Observer Building, Hastings
December 2015

‘Bohemia Club’ – A Celebration of Bohemia
Currated by Jim Hobbs
19th – 21st June 2015
Bohemia Club
St Leonards-On-Sea

Latitude Festival 2015
www.latitudefestival.com/
Curating the ‘Big Screen’ film/video art screening stage with Louise Colbourne
Curating a programme of live artists
Southwold, Suffolk, 2015 (19-21 July)


2014

‘Out of the Box’ - Box Art exhibition
No Format Gallery, London, SE18 5NR
22 November – 22 December 2014
www.noformat.co.uk


‘Art In Pop’
Items from the Paul Burgess Archive loaned for Art In Pop curated by Magasin’s Yves Aupetitallot with John Armleder, Young Kim of the Malcolm McLaren Estate, John Miller and Paul Gorman.
Oct 11th 2014 to 4thJanuary, 2015
Le Magasin, Site Bouchayer-Viallet, 8 Esplanade Andry Farcy, 38028 Grenoble.
www.paulgormanis.com/?p=11918


‘Let It Rock: The Look Of Music The Sound Of Fashion’
Items from the Paul Burgess Archive loaned for ‘Let It Rock: The Look Of Music The Sound Of Fashion’ Curated by Young Kim of the Malcolm McLaren Estate and Paul Gorman 3rd – 6th August 2014 as part of the Copenhagen International Fashion Fair.
www.paulgormanis.com/?p=11542


Latitude Festival 2014
(July 2014) www.latitudefestival.com/
Curating the ‘Big Screen’ film/video art screening stage with Louise Colbourne
Curating a programme of live artists
Southwold, Suffolk, 2014 (19-21 July)


2013

‘Virgin Records: 40 Years of Disruptions’
An exhibition to celebrate 40 years of Virgin Records.
Curated by Adrian Shaughnessy
24th - 29th October 2013
Studio B1,
Victoria House,
Southhampton Row,
London,
WC1B 4DA
www.virgin.com/music/virgin-records-the-exhibition-40-years-of-disruptions


Latitude Festival 2013
(July 2013) www.latitudefestival.com/latitude-contemporary-art-award
Curating the ‘Big Screen’ film/video art screening stage with Louise Colbourne
Curating a programme of live artists
Southwold, Suffolk, 2013 (18-21 July)


PNEU
Group show / 35 artists
Electro Studios Project Space is an independent new space for curated projects in St.Leonards-On-Sea.
The exhibition features work by 35 artists, including Andrzej Jackowski, Jeb Haward, Susan Haward and Paul Burgess who teach at the University of Brighton and Sussex Coast College, Hastings.
Electro Studios Project Space
Seaside Road
St Leonards-On-Sea
TN38 0AL

Private View: Saturday 2nd February 2013 from 4-6pm
Open to the public: 3rd, 9th, 10th Feb 12-4pm (or by appointment)

www.electrostudiosprojectspace.co.uk/

BRIGHTON ILLUSTRATION: THEN, NOW, AFTER . . .
CURATED BY PAUL BURGESS AND RODERICK MILLS

A survey of recent work from graduates & staff from the University of Brighton. The exhibition aims to reflect the diversity of work coming out of the Illustration department at Brighton over the last 40 years, and to celebrate what has been achieved and to offer possible futures for the practice of illustration.
Illustration is omnipresent in contemporary visual culture. The boundaries of the discipline are blurred, encompassing both analogue & digital technology, drawing, painting, collage, animation, printmaking, film, music graphics, photography, ceramics, graphic novels, 3-D, static and interactive.

The exhibition included work from over 130 illustrators including: Sir Quentin Blake, Raymond Briggs, George Hardie, John Vernon Lord, David Foldvari, Emily Gravett, Simone Lia, James Jarvis, Peepshow Collective, Jasper Goodall, Its Nice That and many others.

Brighton Illustration: Then, Now, After...
18 January - 14 February 2013
Private View Thursday 14th February 2013 5.30 - 8.30pm

University of Brighton Gallery
58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton,
BN2 0JY
Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm
www.then-now-after.com/

2012
Latitude Festival 2012
(July 2012) 2012.latitudefestival.com/
Curating the ‘Big Screen’ film/video art screening stage with Louise Colbourne
Curating a programme of live artists
Southwold, Suffolk, 2012 (13-15 July)

2011
ALL THAT REMAINS
INTERNATIONAL COLLAGE SHOW
Curated by Charles Wilkin
October 21st - November 19th, 2011

Ugly Art Room (via Picture Farm)
338 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn,
NY 11211
uglyartroom.blogspot.com/p/upcoming-shows.html


CUTTERS EDGES / BERLIN
Contemporary Collage
A Group Exhibition Curated by James Gallagher
29th April - 28th May 2011

Gestalten Space
Sophie-Gips-Höfe
Sophienstraße 21
10178 Berlin
www.gestalten.com/space

Latitude Festival 2011
(July 2011) www.latitudefestival.co.uk/2011/
Curating the ‘Big Screen’ film/video art screening stage with Louise Colbourne
Curating a programme of live artists
Southwold, Suffolk, 2011 (14-17 July)

‘Cutters/Cork’ – Group Exhibition / Contemporary Collage / Group Exhibition
February 7 - March 12
 2011
West Cork Arts Centre, Cork, Ireland
www.westcorkartscentre.com/index.php?pageID=5

2010
Latitude Festival, Group Exhibition: ‘Nature Is The Church Of Satan’
Southwold, Suffolk, 2010 (15-18 July)

Whitstable Biennale Satellite Programme, Group Exhibition:
‘Nature is the Church of Satan’, (3rd July 2010)

International Poster and Graphic Arts Festival of Chaumont, France
Exhibitor / 29 May – 20 June 2010



2009
‘Just Like That’, Group Show, Studio 1.1 Gallery, London, September
Latitude Festival, One Man Show, Southwold, Suffolk, 2009 (16-19 July 2009)
‘This Was Now: The Russell Herron Collection’, Sartorial Contemporary Art, London,
(8 July – 30 July 2009)
2008
Stolen Recordings, Group Show, Aquarium Gallery, London
2007
If You Could Do Anything Tomorrow… Exposure Gallery, London
2005
Joint Exhibition, 'Dr D and the Faith Healer', Hotel Pelirocco, Brighton
2004
One Man Show, Hotel Pelirocco, Brighton
2003
One Man Show, Hotel Pelirocco, Brighton
Group Show, 'Orrible Little Bastards', Neon Gallery, Shoreditch, London
One Man Show, 'All That Chazz', Simultane, Brighton
2000
'Pop', One Man Show, Burro, Covent Garden, London
Images, AOI touring exhibition in1992/93/94/95/2005

1990s
3D Illustrators Show, New York (1992)
Art In Boxes, England & Co, London (1992/1993)
South Bank Picture Show, Royal Festival Hall, Prizewinner (1991/92)
The Box Show, The Roupell Gallery, London (1991)
1980s
Homage To The Square, Flaxman Gallery, London (1989)
New British Design, Tokyo, Japan (1988)
Open Exhibition, Whitechapel Gallery, London (1988)
New Spirit In Craft and Design, Crafts Council national touring exhibition through UK and USA (1988-1989)
Surtex 87, New York (1987)
Post, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh (1986)
New British Design, Krok-O-Dil Gallery, London (1986)
Wide Room, Art Show, Fulham, London (1985)


RESEARCH ACTIVITY

Member of the Editorial Board
Punk + Post Punk Journal
Punk Scholars Network

EXHIBITIONS

BRIGHTON ILLUSTRATION: THEN, NOW, AFTER . . .
CURATED BY PAUL BURGESS AND RODERICK MILLS
Brighton Illustration: Then, Now, After...
18 January - 14 February, 2013
Private View Thursday 14th February 2013 5.30 - 8.30pm

University of Brighton Gallery
58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton,
BN2 0JY
Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm
www.then-now-after.com/



CONFERENCES / SYMPOSIUMS

‘Be Reasonable Demand the Impossible’
Central Saint Martins, London, Fri 6th November 2015

Keynote Speaker:

Malcolm McLaren’s 1975-76 Notebook.
Paul Burgess presents for the first time publicly pages from the notebook in his extensive collection in which McLaren pondered band names and line-ups for groups including Chrissie Hynde, Richard Hell and Johnny Thunders and listed college and club bookings for the Pistols and suppliers of clothing for Sex at 430 King’s Road.

6 November 2015 marks the 40th anniversary of the first ever Sex Pistols concert at the old Central Saint Martins on Charing Cross road.
To celebrate this CSM is hosting an evening of talks, films, music and art. Working in collaboration with Paul Gorman, Be Reasonable Demand the Impossible will celebrate punk culture and its abiding influence on fashion, music, writing film and art & design. Influential speakers including Glen Matlock, bass guitarist in the Sex Pistols and Sebastian Conran, Designer, will focus on the ongoing influence of punk visionary and Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren.
This event will kick off a year-long series of events at CSM focusing on punk, art schools and DIY culture.

‘Punk’ – Changing Britain Festival
Queen Elizabeth Hall / Southbank Centre, London
19th April 2015

Paul Burgess in conversation with Viv Albertine, Glen Matlock and Don Letts
Punk defined the spirit of rebellion among UK youth during the 1970s. We look back on this British movement with a panel including Don Letts, director, DJ and band member of Big Audio Dynamite; Glen Matlock, original bass guitarist with the Sex Pistols; Viv Albertine, legendary guitarist with The Slits and Paul Burgess, author of Satellite: Sex Pistols Graphic Design and Memorabilia.

Speaker at the ‘Interpretation’ Illustration Symposium
18-19 September 2014, AUB, Bournemouth.

Paper: ‘Make Room for Error’
This paper seeks to demonstrate the use of error and mistakes as strategies for the creative process within illustration and graphic design related to editorial, moving image and the music industry.
Interpretation is the theme of the VaroomLab symposium on illustration, this year held in partnership with Arts University Bournemouth. Illustrators, students and academics are all welcome.
Interpretation seeks to explore ways in which illustrators, interpret, re-interpret and misinterpret information through illustration practice.
This event will celebrate and investigate the potential exciting creative strategies and possibilities for practitioners to move minds, challenge norms and influence the ways in which we the see the world and connect with it.
Interpretation, Re-interpretation & Mis-interpretation: Illustration- Practice- Research
www.varoom-mag.com/?p=7371

Keynote Speaker at 'Illustrative '09', Berlin October 2009
“Rip It Up and Start Again, What makes a good illustrator today?”

The Power of Ten - Two day Graphic Design Conference at Central Saint Martins, Cochrane Theatre, London. Exploring the world of Graphic Design and Narrative Environments. 17th & 18th November 2005.

Keynote speaker - Paul Burgess in conversation with Glen Matlock, original bass player with the Sex Pistols. Theme: My work in relation to punk graphic design aesthetics.


PUBLICATIONS

Secret Behavior – Magazine Issue 3 / 2016
Lead 8-page article ‘ Exhibitionism in Punk’
Published NYC by James Gallagher

The Age of Collage Vol. 2: Contemporary Collage in Modern Art
January 2016 / Gestalten / Berlin
Dennis Busch and Robert Klanten
4 page feature

Secret Behavior magazine
NYC 2014 – Publisher: James Gallagher
Issue 2: Family
Contributor

Varoom magazine
Varoom 19 – the illustration report
Illustration, Culture, Society Autumn 2012
Gee Vaucher - Interview and article by Paul Burgess
www.varoom-mag.com/?p=3827

‘The Future Is Junk’: Contemporary Collage – 12 page lead article. Varoom magazine, Issue 12, 2010
www.varoom-mag.com/?p=539

‘Contemporary Collage:
The new heyday of collage in current art, illustration, and design’
Paul Burgess: 6 page portfolio
Editors:
R. Klanten, H. Hellige, J. Gallagher
Release Date: February 2011 - Format: 24 x 30 cm
Features: 224 pages, full color, hardcover
Language: English
ISBN: 978-3-89955-338-3
shop.gestalten.com/cutting-edges.html

About This Book
Cutting Edges documents the new heyday of collage in current art and visual culture. Today’s artists, illustrators, and designers are increasingly drawn to this artistic technique by the challenges of seamlessly melding traditional craftsmanship with skilled computer montage. They are not only composing a wide variety of visual elements, but are also deliberately omitting, deleting, and destroying them. This book is an inspiring collection of these unique examples of contemporary collage.

'Illusive 3: Contemporary Illustration' (Gestalten 2009)

'What Is Illustration?’ by Lawrence Zeegen (Rotovision 2009)

'Text and Image', by Mark Wigan (AVA 2008)

‘The Illustrated Brighton Moment’ by Susanna Jones and Lawrence Zeegen (UnMadeUp Arts 2008) thebrightonmoment.com/

'Beards, Brighton and Beadsley: Four generations of Illustrators', Varoom magazine, issue 7 2008.

‘Digital Illustration: A Master Class In Creative Image Making’ by Lawrence Zeegen (Rotovision 2005).

‘The Fundamentals of Illustration' by Lawrence Zeegen (AVA Publishing 2005).

‘Satellite: Sex Pistols, Graphic Design and Fashion’ by Paul Burgess and Alan Parker (Abstract Sounds Publishing 1999).

Contact 1995 - 2005.

Images (AOI), 1995 - 2005.

Marmalade Magazine, 2004

Various Editorial Magazines, 1995 – 2005

FILM
‘Pulp: a Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets’
2014 – Directed by Florian Habicht
Consultant to the film director Florian Habicht
Photographs and video footage used in the film. Supplied by the Paul Burgess archive.
www.imdb.com/title/tt3265262/



TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2015 - present
Principal Lecturer in Illustration
Course Leader
BA(Hons) Graphic Design for Digital Media
BA(Hons) Illustration for Screen Arts
University of Brighton

2014 – present
Course Development
BA(Hons) Graphic Design for Digital Media
BA(Hons) Illustration for Screen Arts
University of Brighton

2010 – 2014
Course Leader for BA(Hons) Illustration / University of Brighton
2009 - 2010
Acting Course Leader for BA(Hons)/MDes Graphic Design and Illustration / University of Brighton.
2006 - 2009
Senior Lecturer in Illustration / Level 2 Tutor University of Brighton.
Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design and Illustration / Level 2 Year Coordinator.
2003 – 2007
University of Hertfordshire.
Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design and Illustration / Level 3 Tutor
2004 - 2005
Senior Tutor MA Graphic Communication University of Hertfordshire.
Other teaching experience includes 
Royal College of Art, Camberwell School of Art, Winchester School of Art, Middlesex University, St Albans School of Art and Chelsea School of Art.

EDUCATION
1984 - 1986
MA Royal College of Art, London
1981 - 1984
BA(Hons) Camberwell School of Art, London.
Awarded First Class Hons. Commendation in Printmaking.