Jeremy Knowles Interview

February 10th 2018

Read my interview here with DOCH.

‘8am Walks’ opens at HOM, Berlin, 17th February.



8am Walks

Private View:
February 17th 2018, 5-10pm
@ HOM Berlin

I’m very excited to be exhibiting in my first ever solo show this February in Neukölln, organized by DOCH. The first comprehensive display of works from my ongoing series ‘8am Walks’ will be on show at HOM Cafe alongside a small batch of limited editions.

We're kicking off this year's exhibition program with '8am Walks' - part of an ongoing series by photographer Jeremy Knowles.

'8am Walks' is built upon one simple instruction: Leave the house at 8am with a camera and walk. For Jeremy it is both the beginning and end of a journey, and fulfils a major role within his ongoing and playful photographic study of the everyday. By bringing greater prominence and visibility to the accidental, the miraculous and the comical, we are challenged by the artist to reconsider the weight of our daily interactions with things and people, and meditate on what happens when we think nothing is happening.

STOMACH Presents: Edition III

‘Unexpected’ - A Group Exhibtion.

December 9th, 2017
Hoxton Arches, London

I’ll be showing work this month during a one-off group show in Hoxton Arches, London, with organizers STOMACH. Recent work from my ‘8am Walks’ will be on display.

STOMACH is a London-based company and artist-run event providing a platform for innovative artistic practice in all disciplines. We offer a gallery space based in the Hoxton Arches to the artist or group of artists so that they are free to engage with the space without the usual pressure of commercial gain that restricts the freedom of the artist’s work. The event ranges from artistic shows (photography, design, painting, sculpture and mixed media) to live art performances and screenings.


Featured artist Jeremy Knowles.

December 5th, 2017

Read my interview here with 93 MAGAZINE.

93 MAGAZINE is a projection of visual content for makers of all disciplines, published in the medium of print.

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