New works by Tom Ormond
Coffeeismycupoftea Space
103b Dalston Lane
London E8 1NH

Private View: Wednesday 12th December, 6.00pm – 8.00pm

Exhibition runs: Wednesday 12th  – Sunday 13th January
Opening times: daily 8am – 5pm (weekends 10am – 5pm)

The zero as a motif for these works is vehicle for starting again. Something to cover up unresolved canvases cluttering up the studio and something to see where things
will lead.

2013        Everywhere from Nothing, Charlie Smith, London.
2008        New Work, Alison Jacques Gallery, London

2018        Crossings, Southwell Minster, Nottinghamshire.
2017         Interiority, Charlie Smith, London
2016        Post It, Hackney, London
2015        Club Banger, Up Down Gallery, Ramsgate
               Hundreds and Thousands, Lubomirov Angus Hughes Gallery, London
2014        The Open West, The Wilson, Cheltenham
              Disclosure, Chart Gallery, London
             The Future Can Wait, Victoria House, London
2013       Viewing Room, AVA Crypt, London
             The Future Can Wait, Victoria House, London
             Beautiful Things, Next Door Projects, Liverpool
2012     Polemically Small,        Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham        
            The Future Can Wait, Victoria House, London
             Digital Romantics, Dean Clough, Halifax
             Forbidden Planet, Jacobs Island, London
2011      The Future Can Wait, Victoria House, London        
           Anthology, Charlie Smith, London.
           Fraternise, Beaconsfield Gallery, London.
           Marmite Art Prize, Tameside, Lanchester, London.
          On Becoming a Gallery Part 3, Angus Hughes, London.
2010     Public Private Paintings, Mu ZEE, Brussels.
           Make Room: Interventions into the Garman Ryan Collection, New Art Gallery         Walsall
          Depot, Vulpes Vulpes, London
         Surface Warp Factor, Aubin Gallery, London      
          Miniscule, Oblong Gallery London
2009   Something I don’t do, Flowers, London
         The Blank Canvas Project, Big Chill art trail, Eastnor Castle, Herefordshire.
         Make Shift and Bend, CGP, London
2006    In the Darkest Hour, There Will be Light – Damien Hirst,
         Murderme Collection, Serpentine Gallery, London
         Santa’s Ghetto 2006, 15 Oxford Street, London
         Houses in Motion, Fieldgate Gallery, London
         Bunny Incinerator, Gone Tomorrow Gallery, London
         Circuit Diagram, Cell Project Space, London
         George Polke  Invites, George Polke Gallery, London
2005    Law of large Numbers, Cell project Space, London
         Gone Tomorrow, Gone Tomorrow Gallery, London
         MA Show, Goldsmiths, London

List of works - Left to right

Nothing to see – 2018, acrylic on roller blind
Nothing more to see – 2018, acrylic on roller blind

Visible light ¬- 2018, oil on linen
Everything else - 2018, oil on linen

Nothing goes up – 2018, pencil on paper
Nothing comes down – 2018, pencil on paper
Hole Heap O Nothing – 2017, pencil on paper