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The Millennium Gallery, Sheffield Museums, 15 January to 5 June 2022

Five Artists. Five places. The social landscape of England explored in paintings.

Where We Live at Millennium Gallery. Photo: Chris Saunders

Where We Live brings together paintings by Trevor Burgess, Jonathan Hooper, Mandy Payne, Narbi Price and Judith Tucker to examine overlooked and under-regarded aspects of the landscape we inhabit today.

Presenting five locations across England, the works on display interrogate the social landscape of England at a time of profound political and social change.

Each series of paintings offers the viewer multiple perspectives on the notion of home and our sense of place. Tensions in the images between legacies of the past, the reality of the present and often conflicting visions of the future are layered with poetic texts foregrounding the voices of the residents.

Where We Live has been initiated by Trevor Burgess, whose collaborative projects as an artist-curator explore the contemporary practice of painting and its social context. The exhibition launched at Alan Baxter Gallery, London in autumn 2021 and will be touring nationally to Great Yarmouth, Nottingham and Newcastle through 2022 and 2023.

WHERE WE LIVE Exhibition catalogue

A 32 page exhibition catalogue has now been published featuring an introductory essay by poet and radio presenter Ian McMillan and including poems by Harriet Tarlo and Helen Angell. A PDF version of the publication can be viewed in "About the Work". To order a copy, (price £10 plus postage), please email me.

Read national press coverage of the exhibition: Press Release

Review by Laura Gascoigne: The Spectator

Review by Pamela Buxton: RIBA Journal

Review by Maja Lorkowska: Creative Tourist

Feature by Trevor Burgess in The Jackdaw

In partnership with Contemporary British Painting

ELEGY: Trevor Burgess. Cai Bellis.

Kato Wong Gallery

Kato Wong Gallery is excited to host the online exhibition by the painters Trevor Burgess and Cai Bellis.

Elegy pairs the established Burgess with Bellis, the younger upstart.

Burgess is showing his Inverse Colour series, a reaction to the controversy of Brexit and the crisis of the Covid pandemic. He inverted the colours of his street paintings to express the sense of loss, fear and anxiety he was feeling. We can all relate to the sense of profound change in his paintings.

Bellis is an interesting new prospect: a skilled painter who portrays the urban music scene. His paintings respectfully and faithfully capture the energy, passion and dedication of gatherings in clubs. His subject matter is unusual for a fine artist. This is what makes him so exciting.


A selection of my paintings of London are showing at My Place Soho, 21 Berwick Street, London W1F 0PZ



Coningsby Gallery

4 to 16 July 2022

Weekend opening hours: 12 to 6pm Saturday and Sunday 9th and 10th July

Private View: Tuesday 5th July 6-9pm and Thursday 14th July 6-9pm

I have been invited to show a painting in this exhibition by the Urban Contemporaries group of figurative painters aiming to explore the city experience.



A selection of my work, including video interview and press coverage is featured by Cavaliero Finn


See a selection of work online at

W|O|S Galerie

I am one of the artists featured by W|O|S Galerie Switzerland

Bridgeman Images

Over 100 images of my paintings available to licence for reproduction

Trevor Burgess on Axisweb