Ella Guru CV 

Exhibitions: solo

  • June 2015: “A Year on the Edge”, Whistle Trago, Hastings
  • December 2014: “The Ella Guru Tarot”, Susan Diamond, St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex
  • September 2011: “A Feast for Wicked Eyes”, Resistance Gallery, London E8
  • May-June 2009: “Gods, Demons and Parties”, Intoxica, London W10
  • August 2005: “Birds of a Feather”, Flaxon Ptootch, London NW1
  • February 2003:  “Guru’s Geese and other waterfowl: paintings and prints”, Ryan’s, London N16
  • December-January 2001: “Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow Fonder”, First Out, London WC2
  • September-November 2001: “The Beehive Years”. Manto’s, Old Compton Street, London W1
  • July-August 1999: “The Long Island Iced Tea Party”, Getto, Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
  • May 1999: “New Work”, The Fringe, 76 Oliver Street, Newark, NJ, USA

Exhibitions: group (curated or organised)

  •  October 2012: Stuckist Tarot Project, Islington Arts Factory, London NW1
  •  March 2009: Five Female Stuckists, joint curated, Islington Arts Factory London N7
  • March 2004: Stuckism International stall at the Affordable Art Fair, Battersea, London
  • April 2003: Art against Iraq war, Stuckism International Gallery, London EC2

Exhibitions: group (participated)

  • October 2015: “Stuckism: Remodernising the mainstream”, University of Kent, Canterbury
  • August 2015: “Come To The Sabbat, Festival Of Dark Arts”, Apiary Studios, London
  • July 2015: “The Other Summer Exhibition”, Lollipop Gallery, London
  • July 2015: “Hand of Artists”, Nucleus Gallery, Chatham, Kent
  • April 2015: “Sacred and Profane”, 100 Years Gallery, Hoxton, London
  • January 2015: “Bright Old Things”, Selfridges, Oxford Street, London
  • September 2014: “Walk on the Wild Side”, Susan Diamond, St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex
  • September 2014: “Femme Fatale”, Trispace Gallery, London SE16
  • August 2014: “Stuck in a Jewel”, Nucleus Gallery, Chatham, UK
  • February 2014: “Loudest Whispers”, St Pancras Conference Centre, London NW1
  •  January 2014: “Inventors and Explorers”, Trunk Space, Phoenix AZ USA
  • November 2013: “International Stuckists: Painters out of Order”, Day Gallery, Tehran, IRAN
  • November 2013: “TEN”, St Pancras Conference Centre, London NW1
  •  December 2012: “Black Christmas”, Signal Gallery, London EC2
  • October 2012: “Dare to Wear”, Crypt Gallery, London NW1
  • September 2012: “Elizabethan Avant Garde”, Bermondsey Project SE1
  • June 2012: “Remodernist Artists against Rubbish”, Shiraz, Marbella, SPAIN
  • December 2011: “Fancy Folk: Art and Mummery”, Philadelphia Town Hall, USA
  •  November 2011: “Mexico Siniestro”, Resistance Gallery, London E2
  •  June-July 2011: “Female Iconography”, Chicchi’s, Bow, London E3
  • April-May 2011: “The Enemies of Art”, Lauderdale House, Highgate, London N6
  • April 2011:  “Paris Stuckist show”, Musée d’Adzak, Paris, FRANCE
  • Oct 2010-Jan 2011: “Making it/Faking it”, Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham TW1
  • October 2010: “Flashier and Trashier”, St Pancras Crypt London  NW1
  • March – April 2010: “Funism with a side order of Stuckism”, Willesden Green Library NW10
  • March 2010: “The Enemies of Art”, Jesus Lane Gallery, Cambridge, England
  •  April 2009: “Stuck on Painting”, W11 Gallery, London W11
  • November 2008: “An antidote to that ghastly Turner Prize”, View Two Gallery, Liverpool Biennial
  • May 2008: “Music as Therapy” secret postcard sale, Gillions Art, London SW11
  • March-April 2008: (You Are Here), RAP Gallery, Leiden, THE NETHERLANDS
  • November 2007- January 2008: “Urban Nature”, Spectrum, London W1
  • April 2007: “On Form”, A Gallery, Wimbledon SW19
  • October 2006: “Go West”, Spectrum, London W1
  • October 2006: “The Triumph of Stuckism”, John Moores University, Liverpool Biennal
  • August 2005: Remodernist groups at CBGB 313 GALLERY, 313 Bowery NYC, USA
  • May 2005:  “Paris Stuckist show”, Musée d’Adzak, Paris, FRANCE
  • September 2004-February 2005: “The Stuckists Punk Victorian”, the Walker Gallery, Liverpool
  • June 2003:  Lewenhagen Gallery, Hanover, GERMANY
  • October 2002: “Stuck down South”, FAD Gallery, Chinatown, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
  • August 2002: “Stuck Up North”, Newcastle Arts Centre, Newcastle, UK
  • May 2001: “M.A.D.E @ Morley”, Morley  College, Lambeth North, London
  • March 2001: The First Remodernist Art Group, Artbank Gallery, Clerkenwell Road, London  EC1
  • October-November 2000:  “The Real Turner Prize show 2000”, London & Cornwall
  • May– October 2000: “STUCK in Germany,” Cologne, Freiburg, Leipzig, Hamburg GERMANY
  • April 2000: “New paintings by the Stuckists,” The Arts Club, 40 Dover Street, London W2
  • March 2000: “The Resignation of Sir Nicholas Serota.”  Gallery 108, London EC2
  • September 1999: “Stuck! Stuck! Stuck!” First Stuckist exhibition, Gallery 108, London EC2
  • October 1998: “Wild Weekend” at the Museum of Pop Culture, Central London

Books

  • Edward Lucie-Smith, The Enemies of Art (2011), Victoria Press, ISBN 978-0-907165-31-6
  • An Antidote to the Ghastly Turner Prize (2010), Victoria Press, ISBN-10: 0 90716530 3
  • Robert Janas (2009) Stuckism International. Victoria Press, ISBN 0 907165 28 1
  • Max Stout, Max and the Siamese Twins (2009), www.GlubDub.com
  • Ed. Frank Milner (2004), Punk Victorian, National Museums Liverpool, ISBN 1-902700-27-9
  • Ed. Katherine Evans (2000), The Stuckists, Victoria Press, ISBN 0-907165-27-3

Lectures

  • April 2009: Stuckism Powerpoint and talk, Leeds Metropolitan University.
  • September 2007: Stuckist presentation at Decasia Club, Strongrooms, London
  • November 2004: Liverpool Biennal, Walker Gallery
  • July 2003: Shrewsbury Arts Festival, with Richard Cork (The Times)  &  David Lee (the Jackdaw)

Television

  • October 2006: “Quest for Art”, CNN International
  • 2000: “Newsnight”, BBC 2
  • See www.stuckism.com for more

Collections

  • Orlicky Zybnek, Prague, Czech Republic
  • The Von Stockhausen Family, Lewenhagen, Germany
  • Chris Yates, Manchester, UK
  • Sue Kreitzman, New York, USA
  • Hamed Dehnavi, Tehran, Iran
  • Jenny Valentish, Melbourne, Australia
  • Karen von Clezie Bartlett, Philadelphia, PA, USA