Curated by Paul Galvez
Francis Alÿs, Davide Balula, Julie Cook, Robert Rauschenberg, Ed Ruscha, Blair Thurman
136 Glass Street,
Dallas, Texas 75207, USA
t. +1 214 217 5055
April 1st - July 1st, 2017
Galerie Frank Elbaz

East London Stripper Collective Files, Group Show
March 22-27th, 2017
AVA Gallery, University of East London

East London Stripper Collective Files - Julie Cook
Stepney Way
E1 2EN
by appointment Paula Roush
currently showing

Curated by Matthew Shaul
Symposium, Lindop Building - Julie Cook, Lara Clifton, Dr Nerys Mathias, Paul Davies, Gerry Badger, Blanche Dubois
University of Hertfordshire Galleries
Art and Design Gallery
College lane, Hatfield, AL10 9AB
20th November 2015- 16th January 2016

Striptease Collectives and Representation Stacey Clare and Julie Cook
MeCCSA 2016 - Communities
6-8th January, 2016

Stripping Subcultures and Environments - Julie Cook
The Art of Stripping Symposium
3 Rivington Street
London EC2A 3DT
October 22 - November 1, 2015

6 Kelly Street, London, NW1 8PH
May 9- June 6, 2015

Julie Cook, Paul Davies and Melissa Moore
Departure Lounge, Luton
March 25 - May 22, 2015

The Nude Male
Group Show curated by Julie Cook and Nerys Mathias
March 18-22, 2015
University of East London

The London Show
Olympia Moments Ltd, Group Show
May 7-12, 2014
AVA Gallery, University of East London

Some Olympia Moments Ltd
Artists' Book by Julie Cook and Paul Davies
Launch:April 2, 2014
Bethnal Green Road, London

Some Las Vegas Strip Clubs and Dressed
Originally shown at
Mar 2013
Gagosian Gallery
, New York

Bookworks: An Exhibition
For Doug Twist - Julie Cook and Paul Davies
11–19 April, 2013
University of East London

Various Small Books: Referencing the Work of Ed Ruscha
Published by MIT February 8th 2013
Exhibition Gagosian Gallery
New York - opened March 5th 2013

London from Punk to Blair
Chapter, Tales From Trash City - Paul Davies, Photography by Julie Cook
Revised Second Edition, November, 2012

Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova, Ljubljana - Tanja Lažeti presents this collective project
December 18th, 2012

Off the S(h)elf: The Self and Subjectivity in the Artists' Book
Curated by Paula Roush, Teresa Paiva & Maria Lusitano
Reno by Julie Cook and Paul Davies
Stockwell Studios, London
7 -9 December, 2012

The Ed Show
To celebrate the 75th birthday of Ed Ruscha, ABC Artists’ Books Cooperative created the ABCED group project that revisits, appropriates and deviates from Ruscha’s original photobook works.
The Digital Art Gallery, London South Bank University
9 – 30 Oct, 2012

The London Art Book Fair with ABC Artists' Book Cooperative
An exhibition with ABCED and related works by members of the Artists' Book Cooperative will open at The Mews Project Space
Whitechapel Gallery, London
21-23 September, 2012

Olympic Group Show
AVA Gallery, University of East London
November, 2012

Olympic Group Show
Financial Services Association, London
July-October, 2012

All That I Am
New Portrait Photography
Exhibition with Jane Hilton and Nancy Newberry
Departure Lounge, Luton
12th July - 15th September, 2012

London Photographic Association
Gold Award Winner

The Naked Muse
Wild Women Press
The Big Project Space, London
24-25th February, 2012

The Naked Muse Wild Women Press "Blue Launch" Exhibition and Launch
Kraak Studio, Manchester
14th November, 2011

London Art Book Fair
ABC Artists' Book Cooperative
Whitechapel Gallery, London
23rd-25th September, 2011

Copeland Book Market
ABC Artists' Books Cooperative
Peckham, London
19-22 July, 2011

Beauties of Today
Book Launch
Hotshoe Gallery, London
3rd September, 2011

The Mammouth Book of Gorgeous Guys
Published by Constable and Robinson
September 2011 (UK), December 2011 (US)

Photobook London
ABC Artists' Book Cooperative
Hotshoe Gallery, London
2- 4th September, 2011

Printed Matter
Showcasing the books produced by members of ABC Artists Book Cooperative, focusing on the use of print-on-demand technologies.
Tenth Avenue, New York
June, 2011

Beauties of Today Vol 3 and 4
Bethnal Green Working Mens Club, London
June, 2011

Copeland Book Market
ABC Artists' Book Cooperative
Peckham, London
24-26 June, 2011

4th International Photobook Festival
ABC Artists' Book Cooperative
Kassel, Germany
1- 5th June, 2011

Follow-Ed (after hokusai)
An exhibition of books inspired by the American artist Edward Ruscha, collected and curated by Tom Sowden and Michalis Pichler. The exhibition includes books by ABC members Victoria Bianchetti, Julie Cook, Kate Glicksberg, Mishka Henner, Jonathan Lewis, Michael Maranda, Joachim Schmid, Travis Shaffer, and Hermann Zschiegner.
Winchester Gallery, Winchester
January 24 – March 25, 2011

Follow-Ed (after hokusai)
P74 Gallery, Ljubljana
March 11 – April 3, 2011

Follow-Ed (after hokusai)
Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
March 15 – April 30, 2011

Event exploring various approaches to publishing. Four practitioners including ABC Artists' Book Co-operative members Julie Cook and Andreas Schmidt will cover self-publishing, artists' limited editions, independent magazine production and working with established international publishers.
Four Corners Gallery, London
March 16, 2011

Julie Cook and Paul Davies
Book Launch
Blush, London
29th November, 2011

Offprint Paris
ABC Artists' Book Cooperative
Espace Kiron, Paris
18 -21 November, 2010

London Art Book Fair
ABC Artists' Book Cooperative
Whitechapel Gallery
24-26 September, 2010

New York Art Book Fair
ABC Artists' Book Cooperative
Long Island City, New York
November 5-7, 2010

Some Las Vegas Strip Clubs
Book Launch: The White Horse (Blush), London
April 7, 2008

No Ball Games
Jo Broughton, Julie Cook, Moira Lovell, Charlotte Prodger
Four female artists use film and photography to investigate role reversal, sexual ambiguities and voyeurism
Four Corners Gallery, London
Nov 2– December 15, 2007

co-ordinated by Alternative Arts
Downtown Navada
Astral Star Cafe, London
October 1 – November 30, 2006

Baby Oil & Ice
Coffee, Cake and Kink
Endelll Street, London
July-September, 2004

The Sex Show
The Lotus Gallery, Bath
August, 2004

Big Tits Rule
Hayley Newman, Helen Sear, Amanda Foncette, Lisa le Feuvre, Kirsten Brynelsen, Nina Krieger, Kathy Battista, Natasha Rees Szuper Gallery, Marcia Farquhar, Sara Poldaas, Julie Cook
1 000 000 mph
Old Bethnal Green Road, London
March 19 - April 18, 2004
A curatorial premise with no interest in object. An invitation to exhibit with no vetting of work. An assemblage determined by only one thing, "girl,' how big are your tits'"? Curator Kate Grieve sets the standard with a '"D" cup and above rule. Come forward are a group of women working both in and out of the studio. They push the boundaries of art making: throw out the monikers of artist, writer, theorist and critic. Buggering feminism, flogging misogyny - this group share stature and that is their only concern.

Coco de Mer
Monmouth Street, London
December, 2002 - January, 2003

Baby Oil and Ice
Julie Cook, Sarah Ainslie and Lara Clifton
All Action Gallery, London
September 16-30, 2002

Baby Oil and Ice
Hereford Photography Festival, Hereford
Julie Cook, Sarah Ainslie and Lara Clifton
October 19 - November 19, 2001

Slade School of Art, London
August, 2001

Julie cook and Sarah Ainslie
Indo, London
November, 2000

Loving Las Vegas
Clerkenwell Road, London
July 7 - September 8, 2000

MA Photography Work
The Lowe Group
Knightsbridge, London
August 14-25, 2000