The Market Paintings
Wrapped crates (San Juan, Argentina), oil on canvas, 135 x 220cm
My recent solo exhibition, The Market Paintings, at the Menier Gallery, London will be next shown at Kurort Qultury in Zabrze, Poland in autumn 2017. The exhibition includes paintings of markets around the world, including London, Paris, Mexico City, Mumbai, Argentina, Ecuador, Colombia and Costa Rica. See Gallery page for more of the paintings from the show. Installation shots of the Menier Gallery exhibition here
Drawing enters Chinese Museum Collection
One of my drawings of Granary Square will enter the collection of the Jiangsu Arts and Crafts Museum in China later this year as part of the Priseman Seabrook Contemporary British Painting collection.
XIV Encounter of Artists 2017
I will be showing paintings from the series "A Place to Live" at the Espacio El Dorado, Fundacion Amelia Moreno in Quintenar de la Orden in Spain, 16-30 September 2017.
Pathways of Settlement
Dr Susanne Wessendorf presenting Pathways of Settlement at Hackney Museum 10 November 2016
I am collaborating with Dr Susanne Wessendorf, Marie Curie Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham, who has invited me to make paintings to accompany her research project that explores the lives of recent migrants to East London. Dr Wessendorf gave a presentation about the research at Hackney Museum on Thursday 10 November 2016
I am showing paintings at Jane Newbery, 33 Dulwich Village, London SE21 7BN.
IN THE CITY Exhibition tour
The exhibition IN THE CITY will tour to the East Gallery at Norwich University of the Arts in Summer 2018. The exhibition includes paintings depicting cities on four continents by Trevor Burgess, Mark Crofton Bell, Stephen Carter, Aida Rubio Gonzales, Marguerite Horner, Matthew Krishanu, Lee Maelzer, Jock McFadyen and Tanmoy Samanta. See the exhibition catalogue, with introduction by Robert Harbison, in "About the Work" on the Catalogue page.
'Burgess has brought together a varied line-up of works that reflects the breadth of urban expression in contemporary painting and challenges any perception that it is an ill-equipped medium to represent the modern world'
Lewis Church, East End Review