Martin Newth's Sentinel is an ongoing project exploring the nature, status and relationship of pillboxes to the British landscape.
Martin Newth was born in Manchester in 1973. He studied at Newcastle University and the Slade School of Art. Recent solo exhibitions include Martin Newth: Rezension – Skulptur, Objekt, Apparat at MEWO Kunsthalle, Germany, Review at Photofusion, London, Material Matters at the Gerald Moore Gallery, London, Sentinel (South) at The Gallery, The Arts University College Bournemouth, Ausblick at Axel Lapp Projects, Berlin and Slow Burn at Focal Point Gallery, Southend. Group exhibitions include In Place of Architecture at the Bonington Gallery, Nottingham, Parallax at ASP Katowice, Poland, Troubled Waters at The Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Andmoreagain at the Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool and Menschen und Orte at The Kunstverein Konstanz, Germany. Martin Newth is Programme Director of Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts and lives and works in London.