SupaStore Inventory 1993-2020, published by The Everyday Press

Available at £20 from end of January 2021, pre-order at


At Home, Laure Genillard Gallery 
2 Hanway Place, London


Art360 Foundation

Sarah Staton was selected to participate in the first round of the Arts 360 archive project. To mark the completion of the project, DACS have produced this film.....

About Art360 Foundation

Art360 Foundation has worked with Sarah Staton on the development of her archive and legacy since 2016.

Art360 is an independent charity supporting artists and estates with archiving and legacy planning. Through the Art360 Programme, we empower artists to shape the narratives surrounding their practice and to preserve a life’s work for the benefit of present and future generations.

We have supported 45 artists and estates working in a range of disciplines through our tailored bursary programmes in England and Scotland, delivered by freelance specialists across the UK. We work in partnership with museums, galleries and arts organisations to deliver a dynamic public programme, which aims to create both visibility for artists’ archives and new opportunities for knowledge exchange across the visual arts.

About Art360 Films

As part of the Art360 Programme we produce documentary films with artists and estates exploring ideas around legacy, cultural heritage and approaches to creating an archive.

Award-winning filmmaker, David Bickerstaff, has worked with Art360 Foundation since 2016 to create film documentaries of artists & estates participating in our programme, including Sarah Staton.

You can find more of Bickerstaff’s work at:


Cutting ground at Milton Keynes, Alphonso build begins


Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

Selected by Jane and Louise Wilson and installed in Richard Deacon's room, Sarah showed 2 ceramic fish and a small ceramic octopus in the 2020 Summer (Winter) Exhibition. Created in the garden during lockdown and fired at Rochester Square, the octopus is now in a private collection in London.

6th October - 3rd January 2021

JULY 2020

SupaStore Academy, trading from Nida, Art Colony

JUNE 2020

Vide Atelier edition space

Now selling artists’ prints, a new model, commission free, all proceeds to artists.


'Fishfinger Sandwich', an artists’ book
Dates tbc

'Fishfinger Sandwich'  where art, food, memory and longing meet in yesterday's restaurants. Celebrating the social aspects of art and food, a fact/fiction nostalgia project gathered through the luxury bubble living of it, over some decades in first world western cities.

Published by the Everyday Press. Funded by RCA.


Artists project for 'Ghosts of the Recent Past', IMMA, Dublin
Dates tbc

In 2016, Grizedale invited me to contribute to their 'Fair Land', a temporary village, with a pumpkin economy, built in the courtyard at IMMA over the summer 2016.
I researched live work as far back as I could on the internet, and made watercolours that show the shape of Irish live work over some two and a half thousand years, a broken story from BCE cranagh to 21st century homeworker studio flat asset.


Salon Saloon - drawings and models
30 October
Link to pdf  

Cubitt Studios
8 Angel Mews
N1 9HH

A salon hang of 50 drawings from around 2007 - 2010, with a focus on wood in its various forms from living, to cut, to faked.
The drawings relate to sculpture made during that time period which were shown in exhibitions at the YSP, at Mount Stuart on the Isle of Bute, and in Vienna.
Along with the drawings are 5 steel and wood models of furniture; a bench made for a public commission at Crucible Theatre and the others for private commissions.


THE ESTATE group show
with Eriks Apalais, Tristan Bera, Gerry Bibby, Drew Kahu’āina Broderick, Stefan Burger, Merlin Carpenter, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Vija Celmins, Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda, David Douard, Ramon Feller, Ffixxed Studios, Gina Folly, Oleg Frolov, Ryan Gander, Liam Gillick, Edgars Gluhovs, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Guerilla Girls, Karl Holmqvist, Daniel Horn, Morag Keil, Emil Michael Klein, Ilya Lipkin, Fred Lonidier, Miltos Manetas, MAY, Daria Melnikova, Daniele Milvio, Jonathan Monk, Sveta Mordvskaya, Carter Mule, Kärt Ojavee, Josephine Pryde, Cinzia Ruggeri, Hinrich Sachs, Cindy Shermann, Nolan Simon, Mike E. Smith, Sarah Staton, Rikrit Tiravanija, Lucas Uhlmann, Miriam Visaczki, Danh Vo, Marie-Pascale Wellinger, Pedro Wirz, Seyoung Yoon, Artur Zmijewski.

Opening: Saturday, August 3, 4-8pm
Dates: August 4 – September 30, 2019
Venue: Between Kuiķule and Lauvas (Salacgrīvas lauku teritorija, 4054 Latvia)
GPS: 57.729323, 24.535533


Opening: Wednesday, October 15, 6pm
Dates: October 16 – December 1, 2019
Venue: Kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga for more info

JUNE 2019

cherry pickers (inaugural group show)

21 - 23 June for location

independent luxembourgish platform for artistic experimentation 

MAY 2019

Fish Finger Sandwich Artists Talk
Cubitt Open Studios

11 May

APR 2019

Artists Talk at 4cose, on shopping and sociability, with a brief history of Sarah Staton SupaStore.

6 Apr

MAR 2019

How the West has Won and Lost, 1999 - 2019

How the West has Won and Lost 1999
Bleach on Denim
1.4 x 1.8m
Arts Council Collection, acquired 2000

Published by Flyingleaps 2019 as an editioned poster, and flyposted across the UK from March 2019.

Poster is available to buy here

FEB 2019

Mustafa Hulusi Posters
Hoxton Street

3 - 10 February

JAN 2019

zing magazine #25  

curated project: Mycology & Dendrology 

DEC 2018

Adam McEwen Selects
Exhibition and Sale to Benefit the Foundation for Contemporary Arts

November 29 - December 15

Gladstone Gallery
530 West 21st Street, New York, NY 10011

'London Railings' 1999

Bleach on denim

24 x 20 inches

Acquired by Cecily Brown