April 2017. “Tokudane!” Fuji TV morning show. Peep! “Japan at Night” taken by a foreigner. Tokyo, Japan.
May 2014 ‘Declaring Space’ Catchcold Tower, Southampton
April 2014 ‘The Art of Giving’ Performance, London
Aug-Sept 2018 MA Fine Art Degree Show, Winchester School of Art, The University of Southampton, Winchester
June-July 2018 ‘WSA Emerging’ Four person exhibition, The Turner Sims Concert Hall, Southampton
May 2018 ‘MA Interim Exhibition’ Winchester School of Art, Winchester
April 2018 ‘PhotoBookShow CPF18’ Cork, Ireland
October 2017 ‘Awagami International Miniature Print Exhibition’ Tokushima, Japan
June 2017 ‘Submit, Exhibit’ Market Place Studios, Stockport, Manchester
May 2017 ‘Makers of the Multiverse’ Juneau Projects, Spacex Gallery, Exeter
July 2016 ‘Play Ground’, The John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
June 2016 ‘Residency’, Art Castle International, Poovar, Kerala, India
September 2015 ‘Platform Graduate Award’, Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth
July 2015 ‘Beauty Right There’ Solent Showcase, Southampton
June 2015 ‘Ascend’ Fine Art Degree Show, Southampton Solent University
November 2014 ‘The Museum of Categorisatium’ Monkey Gallery, Southampton
October 2014 ‘Someone & Something’ Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth
March 2014 ‘Identity 14’ The Weigh House, Southampton
June 2013 ‘Unearthed’ The Wool House Gallery, Southampton
April 2013 ‘I am Warrior’ The Juneau Project. The John Hansard Central
November 2012 ‘Lighten Up’ Solent Showcase, Southampton
April 2011 ‘Imaginarium’ The Art House, Southampton
‘Night Walking’ Tina Lane, A documentation of night walks in Tokyo highlighting how the British and Japanese tackle sexism differently. Publisher: The Old Girls Club, May 2017 theoldgirlsclub.uk/night-walking-tina-lane
‘Images of Tokyo’ A series of online magazines. Self Published. www.flipsnack.com/tinalane/images-of-tokyo.
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan. 1 Feb-1 April 2017
ArtCastle, Poovar, Kerala, India. 1 June-10 July 2016
Lower Hewood Farm, Chard, Dorset. June 2014
In several Private Collections
RSPCA charity work 2010
Salisbury Leisure Centre 2001
The University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton, SO17 1BJ
This exhibition showcases work by four students from Winchester School of Art’s Fine Art Department. Henry Frampton (BA), Moylin Ho Knit Chong (BA), Bryn Lloyd (BA) and Tina Lane (MA)
A two day event following on from the artist collective formed last year by The John Hansard Playground Event, we got together to further explore how play helps both collaborative and individual practices. With much thanks to 'a space arts' for the use of the the wonderful space at The Arches, Southampton..
Where do I begin?? Two glorious months in amazing Tokyo.
I mostly used digital imagery as I took night walks around the the back streets of Tokyo. Each night a different area, incredibly safe.
My work was documented for Fuji Television.
I created work from what was available and visited so many galleries I lost count.
Marketplace Studios 18-19 Marketplace, Stockport SK1 1EU
Submit.Exhibit. Is an exhibition that celebrates risk taking and impulsiveness. The selected artists are challenging their all too common fear of the blank page. By making work in only five minutes. This leaves no room for panic or doubt, leaving only creative instinct.
This exhibition brings together otherwise unrelated artists, from differing disciplines and locations, linked only by those short 5 minutes. With no constraints other than time, the artists were free to indulge in the playfulness of creativity.
Curated and organised by Molly Newport and Chloe Beecham.
The latest show at SHOWCASE GALLERY – Beauty Right There – selects works from over 30 of this year’s fine artists, illustrators, photographers, graphic artists and fashion students from a variety of disciples. Striking photographs, 3D masks, handmade books and an entire museum emporium with newly invented specimens, will be on show this year.
The exhibition runs until from July to August 21.
Entry to the Solent Showcase Gallery is free and it is open from 11am-6pm, Monday to Friday and 11am to 5pm on Saturdays.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Aspex’s latest exhibition is a chase of contradictions.
The Platform Graduate Award 2015 profiles new emerging talents from universities of the South East region, and the selected participants have created a collective and daring exhibition.
Tina Lane’s structures seem to be sprouting out of the wall, fragile and ethereal, like sensations found at the edge of consciousness. Do not blink while observing these. By the time you open your eyes they might be gone, or worse, shattered into a million pieces. Twelve consecutive attempts to capture the movement of a flame, or the sunray inside a cloud, or the blinking of a water drop as it jumps above the lake.
Participating Artists: Paul Benham, Holly Child, Ejaz Christilano, Lina Ivanova, Julia Keenan, Joanne Key, Nathan Klein, Tina Lane, Amelia Marsh, Gemma McGrath, Emma McKinney, Jasmine O’Hare, Cathryn Quail,
What is Play Ground?
For four days this July, artists, creatives and practitioners have been invited to experiment within the space and develop their practice in potentially new and varied directions through collaboration and artist-led activity. From 13-16 July, John Hansard Gallery will be a test space for new ideas as a group of artists come together to consider the question ‘How can play help us to explore individual and collaborative practice?’
Invitation to Open House
On Saturday 16 July, we invite you to join us as we open the gallery for you to investigate the results of this four day experimental project Play Ground. From 2-6pm you will be able to meet the artists, explore the space, experience artist led-sessions, and be part of the evolving discussion.
Following this from 6-8pm there will be a chance to share a drink together, alongside screenings of short artist films based around the concept of ‘Play’. This includes PLAYAWAY, a film about Somerstown Adventure Playground, Portsmouth and Somerville Adventure Playground, London (a project by Delta Arts).
Keep an eye on the Facebook event for up to date information on the day.
All are welcome to drop in on the day – open house!
Participating artists include: Letty Clarke, Jonathan Kelham, Alys Scott-Hawkins, Tina Lane, Bevis Fenner, Eloise Rose, Debbie Lee, Dave Hubble, Jill Laudet, Bettina Fung, Deborah Gearing, Savinder Bual, Ana Cozendey and Maja Hill.
Juneau Projects, Makers of the Multiverse, concept image for the pavilion, 2016 © courtesy of the artists
I am pleased to be selected to join in this terrific concept work. Juneau Projects will be asking contributors to consider how they could extend their creative practice to include live events and experiences, reaching audiences and customers via new platforms. In this way Makers of the Multiverse acts as a developmental resource for artists and makers as well as a public artwork.
Makers of the Multiverse has been developed with Spacex as a project that aims to expand the way artists and makers can show and sell affordable multiples. It proposes alternatives to more traditional art world structures and hierarchies by considering artists’ engagement with the role of distribution, pricing and accessibility of artwork.
Makers of the Multiverse
Dates: 13 May – 10 June 2017
Pavilion Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 11.30am – 2pm, Saturday & Sunday: 11am-4pm
Location: Piazza Terracina, Haven Road, EX2 4AR
Free admission (some ticketed events)
Opening Reception: Saturday 13 May 3-5pm, all welcome
A four day event where artists, creatives and practitioners have been invited to experiment within the space and develop their practice in potentially new and varied directions through collaboration and artist-led activity. From 13-16 July, John Hansard Gallery will be a test space for new ideas as a group of artists come together to consider the question ‘How can play help us to explore individual and collaborative practice?’
Participating artists: Letty Clarke, Jonathan Kelham, Alys Scott-Hawkins, Tina Lane, Bevis Fenner, Eloise Rose, Debbie Lee, Dave Hubble, Jill Laudet, Bettina Fung, Deborah Gearing, Savinder Bual, Ana Cozendey and Maja Hill.
Apart from the fact the organisers went on holiday to Bahrain for our stay and left us in the jungle! I and two other international artists did however get on with work and made the best of the situation, we had a good size studio space. India has the most amazing colours, wildlife and scenery.
Participating artists: Giuseppe Buzzotta, Francesco Fontana, Tina Lane.
The Museum of Categorisatium was selected by Aspex Gallery for Platform Graduate Award 2015, run by CVAN SE, (Contemporary Visual Arts Network).
Now in its fourth year, the 2015 Platform Graduate Award profiles new talent emerging from universities and colleges in the South East region. Working as part of CVAN (The Contemporary Visual Arts Network), five galleries in South East England – aspex, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill; Modern Art Oxford; MK Gallery, Milton Keynes and Turner Contemporary, Margate – each showcase the work of recent graduates from their region.
Aspex has selected work by Fine Art and Photography graduates from the University of Portsmouth, University of Chichester, Arts University Bournemouth, Winchester School of Art,Southampton Solent University and UCA, Farnham.
Sadly Ejector Seat was cancelled this year as they no longer had funding. So myself and many of the other artists decided to continue to make a happening, in keeping with the use of public spaces ethos my work at this time depicted we made it happen.
The birth of ‘Pods’ began outside this gallery. I was sat on the ground pushing paint around a sheet of paper and it began to rain. I watched as the drops gradually saturated the paper. Deliberately I allowed myself an ‘absence of mind’ where nothing else existed apart from the behaviour of the water on the painting. Then without thinking I picked it up and screwed it into a ball. The physicality of the paper reaching it’s limits of cohesion meshed with the streaking paint was wonderfully satisfying. At that point I knew I had found my material, my ‘something’.
The ‘minumentals’ within the pods are a continuation of existing work; they question the importance of size in art, as well as being part of my ‘inarticulate forms’. Instinct brought them together.
The remaining narrative belongs with the viewer, my ‘someone’.