19 September 2020
KUNSTFORUM, exhibit!, 270
Anne Hardy’s FIELDWORK Falling and Walking is featured on the cover of the latest volume of KUNSTFORUM International.
Inside the issue, The Depth of Darkness, The Return of the Light is included in an article on the exhibition as an artistic medium by Jeanette Pacher and Bettina Spörr of Secession, Vienna. This fully immersive work with sculptural elements, sound, and light was shown at Tate Britain as the 2019 Winter Commission.
To purchase a copy of the issue, visit the KUNSTFORUM website here
10 September 2020
Liam Gillick: It should feel like unicorns are about to appear a.k.a. Half Awake Half Asleep
Piazzetta Nilo 7
10 September – 24 October 2020
Liam Gillick’s third solo exhibition It should feel like unicorns are about to appear a.k.a. Half Awake Half Asleep is presented at Alfonso Artiaco, Naples, Italy. The exhibition consists of new wall based abstract works with text, mathematical equations and graphic representations of noses, ears and mouths.
Liam's most recent publication, LIAM GILLICK: IN PIEDI IN CIMA A UN EDIFICIO: FILM 2008-2019 | STANDING ON TOP OF A BUILDING: FILMS 2008-2019, published by Arte'm / Madre Napoli, is available here
03 September 2020
LACMA, A View from Here Conversations:
Rita Gonzalez and Felipe Baeza
Thursday 3 September 2020
Presented in conjunction with View From Here—an exhibition of recently acquired artworks that represent a range of generational and global perspectives—this series of intimate conversations between artists and LACMA curators and educators will explore how these artworks function historically in an encyclopedic collection, and how they provide us with a window into the challenges and joys of art making.
This free event will take place online via Zoom. For tickets please book here
26 August 2020
Centaurs on the Beach
Morena di Luna
3 Adelaide Crescent
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open Saturday and Sunday 12-6pm
04 August 2020
'Monotonous Remorse' acquired by the Contemporary Art Society for Pallant House Gallery_
The Contemporary Art Society has acquired Kaye Donachie's painting Monotonous Remorse for the permanent collection at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, UK.
Monotonous Remorse, was made in response to the writings and poems of Iris Tree (1897 – 1968), an English Avant-garde poet, actress and muse to the Bloomsbury group.
image: Kaye Donachie, Monotonous Remorse, 2019, oil on linen, 80 x 56 cm