Neil Howe


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Neil Howe's digital image ‘Julia’ repurposes social media

to create a social commentary on contemporary politics and life in the 21st century. Having exhibited in 36 countries around the world, Howe's brand of satire and wit has

gained the artist a strong audience in Europe rather than here on our own shores where out of control political correctness has dulled the offerings available in

the public and commercial gallery system.


Julia’ illustrates that pivotal moment when a leader is deposed by his own party and all his faith and joy is shattered and now he has to face the press

with the victor looking on.

'Last Days Of The Bentley Blockade'

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artworks from Faith, Joy & Other Disasters

October 2017

'The Boy'

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'The Budgie Smuggler'

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artworks from Yang - August/September 2017

On Saturday the 10th of December 2016, the Serpentine was proud

to be a venue for a world-wide event entitled 'Global Videos'

- a one night only screening of works by 28 international video artists, arranged by Dutch organisation `Global Village Artists Network` (stichting White Cube) to mark International Human Rights Day.

One of the art-videos featured was Neil Howe's When I Grow Up.

In this work, a collage of animated digital images and 21st century

news reports paints a very grim picture of the world today,

as primary school children from Lismore and South Africa

optimistically say how the world will be when they grow up.

This video won the Metropolis Award at the 2010 Madrid Festival of Contemporary Audio Visual Arts, the Audience and 2nd Place Awards

at the 2011 Blue Banana Video Festival in Bavaria, and was nominated for Best Byron Film at the 2012 Byron Bay International Film Festival.


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from X - August 2016


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from Under the Radar - May/June 2016

'The Pool'

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