Little victories was established in 2013 in Shanghai, China with the objective of running a thought provoking exhibition program of dedicated group and solo shows.
In shanghai there is little waste left behind, an army of independent street cleaners on three wheeled rubbish trikes collect everything from plastic, wood, glass and metal. I realised this is what I needed to also use, and after managing to purchase one traveled around Shanghai collecting materials local style! My first little victory.
Materials collected I next needed a gallery to exhibit the work, and so on to the next phase of the bikes life. Collaborating with two others Julian Palacz and Stephano Olgari Badessi it was revamped in to a mobile art gallery.
Little victories provides a platform to exhibit and support contemporary artists from around the world.
The gallery occupies a converted waste collection bicycle and acts as a mobile space in which to exhibit what and where ever you like , an interesting concept in a communist country where much creativity is heavily censored.
At the core of the ethos is brining the art to the people and building a foundation for greater acceptance and accessibility of different creative practices.
The gallery bike was then rebuilt in the UK and still exists as a mobile space for artists to exhibit in.