The International Weird Collage Show put on by The Weird Show, a collective that organise group exhibitions focusing on contemporary collage art as a medium. Established in 2010, they have since held 13 exhibitions around the world and proudly celebrated their 14th edition at Jealous Gallery in London.

Previous exhibitions have showcased some of the worlds most exciting and disruptive artists working in contemporary collage, and the London show will be no different. Focusing on artists who search for new ways of approaching the medium, the exhibition aims to leave the clichés behind in order to help redefine the way collage is made and conceived. The show will be curated by Weird Show founder Max-o-matic and London based artist James Springall and will feature some of the most cutting edge contemporary collage out there, with a selection of artists from around the world that explore a wide variety of approaches and techniques.

Featuring 25 artists in total, the International Weird Collage Show presented a large variety of handmade collage art alongside limited edition prints. The opening night on Feb 1st saw the artist and soundtrack composer Maxwell Sterling perform a live sound collage based on his highly acclaimed record Hollywood Medieval, released in 2017.

Venue:
Jealous Gallery,
53 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3PT

Exhibiting artists:

André Bergamin (Brazil)
Jono Boyle (UK)
Barbara Breitenfellner (Germany)
Adam Bridgland (UK)
Sarah Bridgland (UK)
Dennis Busch (Germany)
Cless (Spain)
DR.ME (UK)
Lola Dupre (UK)
Alan Ganev (Canada)
Anthony Gerace (UK)
Goster (Perú)
Sarah Hardacre (UK)
Ashkan Honarvar (Norway)
Geoff J. Kim (USA)
Max-o-matic (Spain)
Rubén B (Spain)
James Springall (UK)
Maxwell Sterling (UK)
Sergei Sviatchenko (Denmark)
Nil Ultra (USA)
Elisa Vendramin (Italy)
Joe Webb (UK)
John Whitlock (USA)
Charles Wilkin (USA)

Curated by:
Max-o-matic & James Springall