Mark Simmonds, Liverpool, UK.

Contact:
hello(at)marksimmonds.info
Also see: www.almamatters.biz, @almamattersnews


Upcoming:
November 2016 / Auto Agents, exhibition book design, AaA Collective, The Bluecoat, Liverpool
3 September 2016 / Beyond Words Book Fair (by Book Works, London), Central Library, Hull
September 2016 / More or Less, text in ‘Bricks from the Kiln #2’, ed. Andrew Lister and Matthew Stuart
28 August 2016 / Bad Scouse, book presentation, Tzuzjj, Liverpool

Ongoing:
01 May 2016 – ???? / Minutes, Remote Residency, Good Press Gallery, Glasgow or Internet (with Esther McManus)

Recent:
12 August 2016 / Conscious Coupling, publication design, The Royal Standard and The Double Negative Magazine, Liverpool
01 July 2016 / Hidden Gems, publication design, Liverpool Artists Network, Liverpool
01 July 2016 / There is no cash kept in this building, text in Hidden Gems, Liverpool Artists Network, Liverpool
10 June 2016 / Play it by ’ere, text and booklet design, MUESLI Projects, The Royal Standard, Liverpool
26 May 2016 / A. Precise…, book design, Liverpool John Moores University (with Nathan Jones)
6 – 7 May 2016 / Ghent Art Book Fair, Riot 019, Ghent
20 April 2016 / I Need More I Need More, lecture or reading, Good Press Gallery, Glasgow
15 April 2016 / “…It’s a magnet”, mail-art, Passing the Parcel
5 – 11 March 2016 / The Royal Standard, group show, Back & Forth Residency, Temple du Goût, Nantes
4 March 2016 / Everything can always be something else, performance, Back & Forth Residency, Temple du Goût, Nantes
19 February 2016 / The Curators Breakfast, publication design, MUESLI Projects, The Royal Standard, Liverpool
18 February 2016 / Musaeum Clausum, Alma Matters book launch, Luminous Books, London
18 February 2016 / This is Not a Library or What Are You Collecting at the Moment Mark?, lecture, Luminous Books, London
14 – 31 January 2016 / Koolie, group exhibition, Ditto Gallery, London
14 January 2016 / Postcards From Seel Street (Blue Angel Blues) and Rollin’ and Tumblin’, text and supplement in ‘Koolie’, Ditto Press, London