Curriculum Vitae                        

 

Nationality British, born Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK. Lives/ works in London.

Education MA Fine Art at the University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, 2007. The Princes Trust, business course, 2000/1. BA (Hons) Fine Art (First Class),The School of Art, Design, Media & Culture, University of Sunderland, UK, 1995-99.
Awards include University of the Arts London- Artist Exchange and Collectors Bursary (2006), The Juliet Gomperts Trust Project Grant (2006), The Oppenheim- John Downes Memorial Trust Award (2005), The Arts Council of England- Grant for Individuals (2003 and 2002), The Princes Trust- Arts & Business Grant (2001) and Northern Arts- Materials & Equipment Grant (2000)


Work experience includes Gallery Technician at The Delfina Foundation, London (since 2011), Gallery Assistant at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead (July 2002- June 2005), Nathan Coley's Show Home- a temporary art project with Locus+, Newcastle-upon Tyne (May 2003), Gallery Technician at Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland (2001- 03). Picture framer (Framecraft, Guernsey, (1988-9).

 

Current Owner and Project Manager of Install Interior Decoration and Art Installation.


Voluntary work includes co-founder and management committee of ASSIGN (Arts Sunderland Support Initiative and Group Network) (2001- 03), and Pride Art committee, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne- promoting the artwork of LGBT artists (2001- 02).

 

Public/ private Art Collections The Guernsey Candie Museum, Enconros de Arte, Porto, Portugal and private collections in Madrid Spain, Sydney Australia, Hong Kong China, Tokyo Japan, London England and Los Angeles USA.

Publications include The Guernsey Press and Star, Wednesday 22 July 2009, Colin Leach, Arts, p.21. Rubber Bullets- Interview with Shaun Shackleton, Guernsey Press and Star, Saturday 12 January 2008, P.4. Going Underground- Interview with Shaun Shackleton, Guernsey Press and Star, Wednesday 22 November 2006, P.18,19. Art, Age & Gender- Women Explore The Issues, Foundation of Womens Art, Catalogue, 2002, P.44.

 

CURRENT

The Silver Building, , London, UK.

13 - 20 June, 2019. CITYISLAND Anka Dabrowska, Jeni Snell, Stav B. Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Installation, Photography and Performance.

Selected solo and two-person art exhibitions

The Greenhouse Gallery, Guernsey Museum, Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK.

Achtung Baby! Painting, Collage and Sculpture .24 January - 17 March 2019.

Digital Greenhouse, Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK.

September 2016. Between A Rock And A Hard Place. Jeni Snell - Digital Collages and Sian Jones -Portait Painting.


Sartorial Contemporary Art, Kings Cross, London, UK.
30 October- 20 November 2009. Anka Dabrowska and Jeni Snell - Concrete Jungle.


Coach House Gallery, Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK.
12 July- 7 August 2009 COAST Jeni Snell - new paintings.

Jealous Gallery, Crouch End, London, UK.
8- 18 January 2009 Blockhouse - Anka Dabrowska and Jeni Snell.

The Delfina Foundation, London, UK.
11- 22 November 2008 Playground-Battlefield, Jeni Snell- Mirus Delfina (visitor-interactive installation).
13 November 2008 Public talk- Jeni Snell in conversation with Prof. Barry Curtis.

Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, UK. (by appointment only).
14 December 2004- 31 January 2005 Anka Dabrowska & Jeni Snell- Places Home.

Seven Seven Contemporary Art, London, UK.
6- 21 August 2004 Places I Have Lived - Jeni Snell, New work- drawing on board.

The German Occupation Museum Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK.
March 2001 Sculptural Memorial.



Art Fairs
London Art Fair, Contemporary Art Projects, London, UK.
13- 18 January 2009.

Santander Art Fair, Santander, Spain.
July 2008 New work represented by Galeria Fruela.

Selected group exhibitions

August Art, Shordich. London.

December 2011.

 

Payneshurvell Gallery, 16 Hewett Street, London EC2A 3NN.

PV Thursday 10 June, exhibition continues until 24 July 2010. A Bright and Guilty Place.


Sartorial Contemporary Art, Kings Cross, London, UK.
26 November- 17 December 2009. URBANART - Panik, Cyclops, James Jessop, Rowdy, Sweet Toof and JENI SNELL - Fortress Sartorial Graffiti Event.
 

Departure Gallery, Southall, London, UK.

Throughout September Artist Residency,  Trident Way  3-5 October 2009

Departure Gallery, Clerkenwell, London.
18- 21 June 2009 The Fleet Rises.

Vila Nova de Gaia, Porto, Portugal.
10- 23 May 2009 Enconros de Arte.

Elevator Gallery, Hackney Wick, London, UK.
17 April- 3 May 2009 No Mans Land.

Jealous Gallery, Crouch End, London, UK.
19 February- 16 March 2009 Sketchshow.

Contemporary Art Projects, Old Street, London, UK.
August- September 2008 Start Your Own Collection.

Ultra Lounge at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, UK.
24 June- 30 July 2008 Anticipation -  A Kay Saatchi and Catriona Warren exhibition.

Whitechapel Gallery, Whitechapel, London, UK.
13 June 2008 Iceberg Enters Obelisk. Guest-curated by Elevator Gallery.

The Arts Gallery, Davies Street, London, UK.
15 March- 13 April 2007 XHIBIT. (UAL)

Seven Seven Contemporary Art, London Fields, London, UK.
21 September- 6 October 2006 No-ship.

The Hatton Gallery, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK.
19 March- 21 May 2005 Cultural Landscapes.

The Spitz Gallery, Spittal Fields, London, UK.
22- 30 October 2004 Return To Sender.

The Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
11 September- 26 October 2004 Best In Show.

The New Greenham Gallery & The Corn Exchange, Greenham, UK.
28 January- 6 March 2004 The Foundation of Women’s Art, Art, Age & Gender.

Usher Gallery, Lincoln, UK.
15 November 2003- 20 January 2004 The Foundation of Women's Art , Art, Age & Gender.

Hatton Gallery, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK.
September 2003 WERC.

Waygood Gallery, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK.
August 2003 WERC.

Biscuit Factory, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK.
July 2003 Pride Art Exhibition. (LGBT).

Live Theatre, Newcastle- Upon-Tyne, UK.
July 2002 Pride Art Exhibition. (LGBT).

Orleans House Gallery, London, UK.
April- June 2002 The Foundation for Women’s Art, Art, Age & Gender Exhibition.

Museum of Gdynia City: ul. Starowiejska 30, 81- 363 Gdynia, Poland.
July- September 2001 The 5TH International Baltic Biennial.

Live Theatre, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK.
July 2001 SHOUT. (LGBT),

The German Occupation Museum Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK.
March 2001 WW11 Sculptural Memorial.

Events
‘River Tyne Water Collection’, at 10am on 5 March 2002 from underneath the Gateshead Millennium Bridge with the assistance of the Port of Tyne Authority.

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