Tate Britain Collection
July 29th, 2015

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Very happy to announce that Tate Britain have acquired Writers, Anti-Skateboarding Devices, Documenting Dylan, Number Four, Queer and Number Six for its library collection.

Writers was published in 2012 and documents the London graffiti scene with a focus on the artists themselves.

Anti-Skateboarding Devices was published in 2012 with a second edition in 2014 and a third edition in Spring 2015. A visual polemic against private corporations and local authorities who aim to reshape individual and group behaviour in the context of skateboarding.

Documenting Dylan was published in 2013 and documents the life of London skateboarder Dylan Leadley-Watkins.

Number Four was published in 2013 and includes visual references to the London skateboarding, photography and zine publishing scenes.

Queer was published in 2014 and documents two years in the life of writer and artist Dom Lyne at his home in Camden Town. Tattoos, sexuality and mental health with a nod to American novelist Dennis Cooper.

Number Six was published in 2014 and explores the tension between public and private space in the context of contemporary youth culture.


Number Six Launch Party @ Ti Pi Tin Books
December 4th, 2014

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Come celebrate the publication of my new zine Number Six.

7pm to 9pm. Thursday 11 December 2014. Ti Pi Tin Books, 47 Stoke Newington High Street, London, N16 8EL.

RSVP: Facebook or Eventbrite.

Number Six explores the tension between public and private space in the context of contemporary youth culture. London graffiti writers, skateboarders, car park basements and Soho roofs in 24 black and white pages.

Ti Pi Tin was established in 2009 by Katja Chernova originally as an online platform, Ti Pi Tin is a project space dedicated to selling, supporting and promoting publications made by artists.