howard selina & michael zelenkus
past work & exhibitions

Howard Selina's first exhibitions after leaving the Royal Academy in 1972, were at the Thomas Gibson Gallery, in New Bond Street, and Situation Gallery, in Haunch of Venison Yard, off Brook Street. In 1973 he exhibited work at Gallery House and the following year at the PMJ Self Gallery in Covent Garden, as well as pieces in a New Tendencies mixed show in Zagreb, in what was then still Yugoslavia.

From 1974 to 1978 he lived in New York and travelled around the US. Photographs from this time were published in Creative Camera. Private collectors of work include Peter Cochrane (of Tooths), and Alan Power. An introduction to the background of can be found here.

NB: The four images below are links to those areas of work:

Earth Paintings


Photo/Location Pieces

an introduction contact

Michael Zelenkus first exhibited in 1982 at the CAS Art Fair in Covent Garden... and subsequently at the Royal Academy Summer Show in 1989, 1990 and 1992. The paintings at this time were mainly oil over acrylic on wood panels. The interview with HS and MZ mentioned above can also be found here.

NB: The two images below are links to those areas of work:


an introduction contact