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Oreet Ashery

Edition of 20 + 5 APs

Created to coincide with Stanley Picker Fellow Oreet Ashery’s solo exhibition Revisiting Genesis at the Gallery in 2016. Every edition is signed and numbered.

Oreet Ashery is a UK based interdisciplinary visual artist born in Israel, whose personally and politically charged exhibitions, performances, videos and writings are highly regarded internationally. Ashery works on public, community, educational and participatory projects that are both politically and socially engaged, and is particularly interested in gender, race and religion, ethnicity and identity. Ashery was awarded the prestigious Jarman Award in 2017.

Onkar Kular

On the occasion of his exhibition at Stanley Picker Gallery, Onkar Kular has produced a limited-edition mug playing off the aesthetics and values of co-working and creative office hub spaces. The edition comes in eight different designs, created by Kular in collaboration with Naho Matsuda.


Dora: Dialogues on Women’s Creative Practice and Thinking is a new volume edited by David Falkner, Fiona Fisher and Jeanine Richards, published by Dorich House Museum and conceived as an ongoing platform for research and publication.

Dora’s first contributions are by Oreet Ashery and Alexis Teplin, and feature the work of Fiona Banner, Cullinan Richards and Nicole Wermers.

Dora’s folder + first four inserts: £20 (plus £3 p&p)

Paul Farrington

No Competition! commenced with a series of new cultural walking-trails developed by designer Paul Farrington as part of a Royal Borough of Kingston initiative – funded by the Mayor of London’s Outer London Fund and Design for London – to create new ways for pedestrians to discover and enjoy Kingston town centre. Research for the project was informed by the history of Surrey Walking Club, Victorian photographer Eadweard Muybridge, the sporting pursuits of Orienteering and Pedestrianism – popular in the late 1800s – and interviews with local residents. For No Competition!, Farrington designed the Kingston Navigation Wheel, a special cardboard disc that visitors can use to explore alternative routes around the town, discover individual and collective histories, and newly observe the details that make up their everyday surroundings.