We Ain't dED Yet

01 SEPTEMBER 2023 - 17 SEPTEMBER 2023
The Mall. Artwork for sale is 14/28.
The Mall. Artwork for sale is 14/28.
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17. kennardphillipps

The Mall

Etching and screenprint hand finished on 410gsm Somerset satin paper.
Limited edition of 28.
Artwork for sale is 14/28.
Signed and numbered on recto.
Unframed dimensions: 52.5cm x 104cm.
Produced in 2008.

Artist's Studio, UK, 2023
We ain't dED yet, Gallery 46, London, 2023


£500 - 1,500

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We Ain't dED Yet (17/25)


The Mall (2008) is an etching and screenprint of an image kennardphillipps displayed at their first exhibition in 2004.

kennardphillipps, a collaboration between Peter Kennard (b. 1949) and Cat Phillipps (b. 1972) have produced bodies of work on power and war; the installation ‘Demotalk’ at Edinburgh Festival (2014), ‘The Shove’ at Banksy’s Dismaland (2015). Their works are part of permanent collections at the National Portrait Gallery, London, Imperial War Museum, London, The British Museum, London, and established galleries. 



Politics in Art exhibition MOCAK, Studies for a Head, Museum of Contemporary Art, Krakow, 2022-23
Continuum, Cello Factory, London, 2022
Defaced; Money, Conflict, Protest, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 2022
From The Edges of Conflict, James Hockey Gallery, Massacre of The Innocents, 2021
NO! 20 Years of Stop The War: A Visual Retrospective, Bow Arts, London, 2021
Finnegans Woke, RUA RED, Dublin, 2019
Capital City, Exhibition Design for London College of Communication, 2018
Age of Terror: Art Since 9/11, Imperial War Museum, 2017
Art for a Violent Zone, National Gallery, Amman, Jordan, 2016
Here Comes Everybod,y Stills Gallery, Edinburgh Festival, Scotland, 2015
Heaven and Hell, Villa Empain, Boghossian Foundation, Brussels, Belgium, 2015
Boom, Bubble & Blast, Motorenhalle, Dresden, Germany, 2015
Caught in the Crossfire Guilford House Gallery, Guilford, 2015
After Image Galeria Civica, Trento, Italy, 2015
A World to Win: Posters of Protest and Revolution Victoria & Albert Museum, London and The McManus, Dundee, Scotland, 2014
After Image Galeria Civica, Trento, Italy, 2014
Caught in the Crossfire Museen Der Stadt Dresden, Germany, 2014
Demotalk Summerhall, Edinburgh Festival 2014, Scotland, 2014
Catalyst Contemporary Art and War Imperial War Museum, Manchester, UK, 2014
Living with the War: artists on war and conflict Glasgow Museum of Modern Art, Glasgow, Scotland, 2014
Catalyst Contemporary Art and War Imperial War Museum, Manchester, UK, 2013
Living with the War: artists on war and conflict Glasgow Museum of Modern Art, Glasgow, Scotland, 2013
The Hecklers The New Art Gallery Walsall, UK, 2013
Loose Change - Crisis Cabaret, Cabaret Duchamp Barbican Centre, London, UK, 2013
Ten Years After: Reflections on the Invasion of Iraq Triangle Space, Chelsea College of Art, London, UK, 2013
Caught in the Crossfire Herbert Art Gallery and Museum , Coventry, UK, 2013
Geographies of War | Iraq Revisited University College London, UK, 2013
TEN Royal Court Theatre, London, UK, 2013
Blue Murder Hang Up Gallery, London, UK, 2013
ARTWALL Prague, Czech Republic, 2012
The Wall Photographer's Gallery, London, UK, 2012
Occupy Everything Hales Gallery, London, UK, 2012
Iraq - How, Where, For Whom? Mosaic Rooms, London, UK, 2012
Our Demonstration Guardian Newsroom Gallery, London, UK, 2012
Beyond The Frame Gallery 27, London, UK, 2012
Exotica Tallin Art Hall, Estonia, 2012
Les Fleurs du mal Museum of Contemporary Art, Wroclaw, Poland, 2012
The Big Society, Galerie Vallois, Paris, France, 2011
Mutate Britain, The Robin Hood Tax Campaign, London, UK, 2011
We hope to be finished by lunchtime.. Fragments from A Broken World, PhotoIreland, National Photographic Archive, Dublin, Ireland, 2010
Against the Wall: The Art of Resistance In Palestine, Amnesty International, London, UK, 2010
Rude Brittania: British Comic Art, Tate Britain, London, UK, 2010
Transformed: Artists' Books and Bookworks, Imperial War Museum, London, UK, 2010
Brit Insurance Design Awards, Design Museum, London, UK, 2010
Signs of Revolt: Creative Resistance & Social Movements since Seattle, Truman Brewery, London, 2009
G20 the new number of the beast Carnaby St, London, UK, 2009
Embedded Art Akademie der Kunste, Berlin, Germany, 2009
Art Media & Contested Space the public art project by Interface, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 2008
Alchemy Carnaby St, London, UK, 2008
Iraq: A Process of Resistance Ink-D, Brighton, UK, 2008
Uncertified Documents Pumphouse Gallery, London, UK, 2008
Antennae Houston Centre of Photography, Houston, Texas, USA, 2007
Blairaq Leonard Street Gallery, London, UK, 2007
Ammunition St. Margaret's Church Art Gallery, Norwich, UK, 2007
Forms of Resistance : Artists & the desire for social change from 1871 to the present Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Netherlands, 2007
Green Zone / Red Zone Gemak, the Free Academy, Den Hague, Netherlands, 2007
Santa's Ghetto Manger Square, Bethlehem, Palestine, 2007
Untitled (Iraq) Photofusion, London, UK, 2006
Picture This Warchild exhibition, Bargehouse, London, UK, 2006
War on War Poorvoon Kirjasto, Poorvoo, Finland, 2006
Prints Now Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK, 2006
Plug County Hall, London, UK, 2006
Santa's Ghetto Oxford Street, London, UK, 2006
Obscenity V22 AshwinStreet, London, UK, 2006
Demo NBibliotek, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2005
Street Art Akciok Millenarison Park, Budapest, Hungary, 2005
War on War Room, eastInternational05' , Norwich Gallery, UK, 2005
Sunek / Thrust 26th Biennial of Graphic Arts, MGLC & Tobacna, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2005
Artfutures , Bloomberg gallery , London, UK, 2005
Award Henry Peacock Gallery, London, UK, 2004
Award Street Level Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland, 2004
Pax Britannica The Aquarium, London, UK, 2004
Demo City Hall, London, UK, 2004


Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry, UK
Design Museum, London, UK
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
Imperial War Museum, London, UK
Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
a/political, London, UK


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