27 March – 3 May 2013

An exhibition exploring contemporary uses of pigment and paint by tutors and alumni from six London Art Colleges.

Curated by Erika Winstone.

Sophia Starling; tutored by Daniel Sturgis, Camberwell College of Arts

Aimilia Meletiou; tutored by Alison Jones, Goldsmiths College

Sam Walker; tutored by Cullinan & Richards, Kingston University

Valerie Jolly; tutored by Jane Eyton, Kensington & Chelsea College

Mikyung Son; tutored by David Burrows, Slade School of Fine Art

Stephanie Conway; tutored by Simon Betts, Wimbledon College of Art

To view a PDF version of the Ch Ch Ch Changing exhibition catalogue, please click here.

The question “is painting dead?” has been asked for well over a century now; however, many artists today are embracing paint as a medium with vital potential to be continuously rethought, rather than viewing it in opposition to contemporary practice.

This exhibition presents work by twelve contemporary artists who use pigment or paint as both material and idea, in ways encompassing sculpture, installation, exhibition, performance, video and painting.

Ch Ch Ch Changing comprises six pairs of artists, who have worked together in that unique relationship between teacher (artist) and student (emerging artist) on Fine Art courses at Camberwell, Goldsmiths, Kensington and Chelsea, Slade, Kingston, and Wimbledon.

Ch Ch Ch Changing is an exhibition curated by Erika Winstone, inspired by the song ‘Changes’ by David Bowie (1971) and the book ‘Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: Artists talking about Teaching’ edited by David Mollin and John Reardon (2009).


Stephanie Conway

Valerie Jolly

Aimilia Meletiou

Mikyung Son

Sophia Starling

Sam Walker

Private View

Private view on Wednesday 26th March 2013

Our private views are open to all, if you would like to attend please email

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