The House of St Barnabas is a private member’s club, which concerns itself with getting London’s homeless back to work through its employment academy.
The House of Fairy Tales is a project co-led by Turk, which creates play assisted learning events, workshops, tools and education packs with the help of professionals including artists, designers, writers and educationalists.
The Cartography Portfolio sees editions of prints exhibited and sold for between £500-£1200.
Each artist has interpreted the work of the House of Fairy Tales as a map bringing a physicality to the organisation’s work and a means to interpret it.
Other artists include Stephen Walter, Andrew Rae, Cat Roissetter, Claire Brewster, Heidi Whitman, Josh Knowles, Nigel Peake, Christa Dichgans and Susan Stockwell.
There are 12 prints in total, ranging in size from A2 to A1, with ten lithography prints – including a specially created work by Sir Peter Blake – and two silkscreens.
The Cartography Portfolio runs until 30 June at The House Of St Barnabas, 1 Greek Street, Soho Square, W1D 4NQ. (Visitors are advised to make an appintment as it is a private member’s club.)