28 July - 31 July 2016

An exhibition of works by artists who studied MA Fine Art at Bath School of Art and Design, Bath Spa University selected by Maria Lalic, Dexter Dalwood and Roger Clarke.


Location Oxo Tower Wharf (G11)

Cafe Bar Exeter Pheonix

Cafe Bar Gallery Exeter Pheonix

21 April - 23 May 2015

Max Cahn shows 16 small paintings on paper and canvas at the Exeter Pheonix Cafe Bar Gallery.

Max Cahn voted as the Exeter Contemporary Open  Audience Choice Award Winner

Max Cahn voted as the Exeter Contemporary Open Audience Choice Award Winner

Exeter Phoenix is delighted to announce that the Exeter Contemporary Open 2013 Audience Choice Award has been won by Max Cahn.

Cahn will receive a £200 prize that will be presented by Ali Morrish from Exeter Natural Health Centre who have sponsored this year’s Audience Choice Award.

Exeter Contemporary Open 2013

Exeter Contemporary Open 2013

 The annual chance to see a selection of work by some of the most talented emerging artists from across the UK and beyond. This year’s panel of judges includes artist and curator Kevin Hunt, independent curators Day + Gluckman and Phoenix Gallery curator Matt Burrows.

This year’s selected artists are; Rachel Busby, Malina Busch, Max Cahn, Anne Deeming, Hannah Mooney, Rebecca Ounstead, Julie Price, Oliver Tirre, Charlie Godet Thomas.

Surface disturbances

Surface disturbances

‘Surface disturbances-evidence of biological time-part 2′

11 December 2012 – January 22 2012

Artists working with paper. drawing, collage & construction Lucy Austin, Max Cahn, Nick Moore, Jilly Morris, Ella Paine, Ruth Piper, Ruth Solomons

Preview: 11 December 5-7.30pm with seasonal refreshments



PAK Gallery, Gistel, Belgium


25 August 2012

A selection of works by 11 artists.

Thom Puckey (GB) Johan Tahon (B) Frans Gentils (B) Tjibbe Hooghiemstra (NL)  Ronald Zuurmond (NL) Jan Deconynck (B) Ingrid Simons (NL) Steve Schepens (BE) Marc Mulders (NL) Gauthier Hubert (BE) Max Cahn (GB)



GROUP 2012
An exhibition of 37 artists long-listed for the WW SOLO Award

1 – 25 August 2012

Tristram Aver | Alison Bickmore | Catrine Bodum | Sara Brannan | Max Cahn | Emma Cousin | Calum James Crowther | Jolanta Dolewska | Alexandra Dudley | Dexter Dymoke | Kate Elliott | Gabriela Fabrowska | Susan Forsyth | Jonathan Gabb | Sarah Gillham | Kirsty Harris | Mark Harris | Sally Hewett Andrew Litten | Ope Lori | Roman Manfredi | Lee Marshall | Sonia Martin | Rob Miller | Wendy Nelson | Margaret Proudfoot | Julie Rafalski | Scott Robertson | Mark Scott-Wood | Yukako Shibata | Elly Thomas | Kazuya Tsuji | Ben Walker | Dominic Watson | Joe Webb | Sarah West | Sarah Kate Wilson


Solo Award 2012 catalogue



The Marmite Prize for Painting is pleased to announce the 48 artists selected for the Marmite Prize exhibition tour as follows:
Jeremy Akerman, Georgina Amos, Iain Andrews, Matthew John Atkinson, Karl Bielik, Max Cahn, Amir Chasson, Julie Cockburn, Melanie Comber, Hugh Davies, Louisa Durose, Karl England, David Fletcher, Alice Forward, Patrick Galway, Steph Goodger, David Hancock, Siân Hislop, Tina Jenkins, Kate Knight, Hannah Knox, Matthew Krishanu, Kate Lyddon, Nadine Mahoney, Amy Moffat, Sophie Oates, Tom Ormond, Bernadette O’Toole, Yvonne Parr, Jemimah Patterson, Michael Pybus, Kes Richardson, James Quin, Daniela Sarigu, Paul Savage, Robin Seir, Benjamin Senior, David Small, Soheila Sokhanvari, William Stein, Ryuta Suzuki, David Sweet, Mia Taylor, Mimei Thompson, Ben Walker, Sean Williams, Sarah Kate Wilson, Doreen Wittenbols.
Works for the 2010 touring show were selected by Marcus Cope, Steve Dutton, Marie Holland, Keran James, Michael Keenan, Sadie Kerr and Stephanie Moran
Sint-Pieters Getekend 09

Sint-Pieters Getekend 09

Sint-Pieters geTEKENd 2009

For this Project, children of Sint-Pieters will be asked to make a drawing. We will then select 22 drawings:

- 22 renowned artists will each be given one drawing to work with. They will then make a visual responce to the drawing.

- In the summer of 2009, an art walk will be created along the 22 houses of the children. The children's drawing and the matching work of art will be on display togeather.

- In July 2010, all works will be published in a book and exhibited in the Borgardenkapel. A short film of the art walk will also be shown.