TJ Boulting, London
Founded in 2011 by Hannah Watson and the late Gigi Giannuzzi, TJ Boulting is a Fitzrovia-based gallery representing emerging contemporary artists in all mediums. Since 2015, the gallery has hosted the British Journal of Photography International Award, whose winners include Dominic Hawgood, Felicity Hammond, Juno Calypso, Daniel Castro Garcia and Jack Latham.
EXHIBITIONS AT TJ BOULTING
with fists, it kicks, it bites | 3D Scan
with fists, it kicks it bites | August 18 – August 22, 2020
Organised across three Fitzrovia galleries – TJ Boulting, Edel Assanti and Webber Gallery – as well as the historic Fitzrovia Chapel, with fists, it kicks, it bites brings together work by students graduating in 2020 from The Royal College of Art’s (RCA) MA Photography course. With the RCA unable to hold a physical degree show due to lockdown, the galleries were thrilled to be able to provide an opportunity for the public to view some of the exciting, assertive and experimental photographic and video art made by this year’s graduates.
ABOUT TJ BOULTING
TJ Boulting was founded in 2011 by Hannah Watson and the late Gigi Giannuzzi, taking their name from the landmark Arts & Crafts building they inhabit. The programme supports and represents emerging contemporary artists in all mediums, including Juno Calypso, Juliana Cerqueira-Leite, Maisie Cousins, Haley Morris-Cafiero, Stephanie Quayle and Boo Saville. TJ Boulting has hosted the British Journal of Photography International Award since 2015, whose winners include Dominic Hawgood, Felicity Hammond, Juno Calypso, Daniel Castro Garcia and Jack Latham.
TJ Boulting is also the home of independent publisher Trolley Books. Established in 2001, Trolley publish a diverse range of titles presenting unique stories in photography, photojournalism and contemporary art. In 2005 Trolley received a special commendation from the Kraszna-Krausz Book Awards for its outstanding contribution to photography book publishing. Recent awards for the books include at the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards for Siân Davey’s Looking For Alice (2016) and Maisie Cousins’s Rubbish, Dipping Sauce, Grass Peonie Bum (2019).