Simon Periton

'Stiletto' 2014

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Simon Periton's body of work consists heavily of decorative cut out forms, often referred to as doilies, which are not typical of the fussy domesticity of Victorian Britain that we associate them with. The themes of his doilies deal with issues that range from nature, politics, popular culture, colonialism, punk and the supernatural. The reassuring daintiness of the medium is merely a cover for serious social critique.

 

Since 2006, Periton has also made a series of reverse glass paintings, often re-using some of the cut-out stencils from his earlier work.

 

Recent exhibitions of his include: The Gild the Lily Files/ The ASBO Mystery Play and other public works (with Alan Kane), Sadie Coles HQ, London; Spirits of Salt, Sadie Coles HQ, London; A Rabble of Butterflies, Galerist, Istanbul. Periton has also just completed a major public art commission Bombyx Mori for firstsite, Colchester. He is currently working on an exhibition at The Modern Institute, Glasgow in 2013

 

Simon Periton is represented by Sadie Coles HQ, London, and The Modern Institute, Glasgow.

2011

The Gild of the Lily Files/The Asbo Mystery Play and other public works (with Alan Kane), Sadie Coles HQ, London

2009

Spirits of Salt, Sadie Coles HQ, London

2008

The Rabble of Butterflies, Galerist, Istanbul

2007

Back to Nature, Sadie Coles HQ, London

Sordid Sentimental, Vacio 9, Madrid

The Modern Institute, Glasgow

The Anti Room of the Mae Queen, V & A, London

2005

Simon Periton, Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, UK 

The Penis is Mightier than the Sword, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Los Angeles

2004

Edge of the World, Sadie Coles, London

Ragamuffin, Vacio 9, Madrid

Street, Changing Role Gallery, Naples

2003

Flag, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

 

For a more extensive list click here for Sadie Coles HQ

Interview coming soon.

Jessica Lack- Jessica Lack on Simon Periton, The Guardian, (11th March 2009)

 

Simon Periton, Channel 4

 

Simon Periton, British Council