Hotsheet is an annual exhibition that aims to celebrate the ever evolving ways artists utilise photography within their practice.
This year’s emerging artists challenge our understanding of photography by deconstructing, transforming and reconfiguring the medium literally and figuratively. Whilst photography is integral to the artist’s processes, their art pushes boundaries and makes us question what photography is capable of.
Our first publication, Hot sheet(s) coming soon!
Jasper Jones - Curator/ Manager
Jasper Jones is a creative working in the files of photography, curation, art direction and film. Based in London started his practice studying photographic art at the University of Westminster. Graduating with a first in 2015, he then went on to work at The Ravestijn Gallery based in Amsterdam. His most recent role at Millennium Images included running and managing the highly regarded photography competition Peaches and Cream. Throughout this period Jones has exhibited and curated exhibitions as well as taking shows to UNSEEN photo festival. In November 2018 he held first self lead solo exhibition / book launch, displaying his latest work ‘Scroll’ and a series of abstracted vinyl prints. His practice now surrounds the meeting between fabric and photography, working with vinyl at the core of his work. Hot Sheet is Jones's annual exhibition that he runs and curated a selected of emerging artist that work surrounds the photographic. With its first publication dropping in the next few months.
Travers Smith is a market leading, full-service City law firm with strong credentials in supporting the arts and in nurturing artistic talent. From showcasing the work of emerging visual artists, to supporting students from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama at the Barbican, our commitment is broad and diverse. At the heart of the firm's culture, and our commitment to the arts, is our innovative CSR Art Programme. Now in its fourth year, the Programme supports artists from the University of Westminster and the Royal College of Art with the transition from student life to professional practice. As well as showcasing and facilitating the sales of students’ work, we also provide pro bono advice and a range of exciting professional development opportunities.
Given its alignment with our ongoing work in supporting emerging artistic talent, we are especially pleased to support and sponsor Hot Sheet, an exciting group exhibition of rising image-based artists.