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Olivia Plender


We are delighted to announce that Olivia Plender will be featured in the October 2022 issue of Art Monthly, where she has participated in an interview with Laura Guy. Her work, Arrest!, 2021, in our current exhibition, can also be seen on the cover.

"The more I know, the more time I spend with history, the more it makes the present more legible. That gives me a freedom to imagine something different." – Olivia Plender

Olivia Plender: Our Bodies Are Not the Problem, continues at Maureen Paley, London (until 30 October 2022).


Art Monthly, Rethinking History, Olivia Plender interviewed by Laura Guy,
No. 460, October 2022 (feature interview and front cover)

Frieze, Olivia Plender Returns to Socialism’s Feminist Past, Hettie Judah, 26 September 2022

image: Olivia Plender, Arrest!, 2021, pencil on paper, 29.7 × 21 cm

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Hannah Starkey


28 September 2022
6:30 - 8 pm

French Institute of Scotland
West Parliament Square

In the second of a short programme of events commemorating the end of the exhibition Ishiuchi Miyako at Stills: Centre for Photography, an artist talk by Hannah Starkey will be held at the French Institute of Scotland where she will discuss her career in photography, starting with her celebrated post-graduate degree show in 1997 through to her most recent body of work, created with women in Wakefield in 2022 as part of a new commission at The Hepworth Wakefield.

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Hannah Starkey: In Real Life at The Hepworth Wakefield will be open to the public from Friday, 21 October 2022.

image: Hannah Starkey, Untitled, January 2013, 2013

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General Idea

Ecce Homo: The Drawings of General Idea

The Drawing Center 2022 Benefit Auction

28 September 2022, 6 - 9 pm (EST)

The Drawing Center
35 Wooster Street
New York, 10013

The Online Auction is now live

This year's event includes a silent auction featuring works on paper generously donated by leading artists, including General Idea's work Continental Poodle in Curlers, 1991. Funds raised through this event provide critical support for The Drawing Center's ambitious roster of exhibitions, publications, education initiatives, and public programs.

Ecce Homo: The Drawings of General Idea

7 October 2022 – 15 January 2023

The Drawing Center, in partnership with Musée d’art moderne et contemporain Geneva (MAMCO), will bring together the drawings of General Idea authored between 1985 and 1993, for the first time in the United States, and again in Geneva in February 2023.

Investigating motifs in the group’s multimedia works such as poodles, stiletto heels, masks, heraldry, and metamorphosed genitalia, these drawings were primarily produced by Jorge Zontal during group meetings. However, given General Idea’s mandate for co-authorship, as well as the circumstances under which they were executed, the drawings are considered to be collaborative. Although they are done entirely by hand, the repetition of specific motifs follows a viral logic that is akin to General Idea’s own penchant for mass reproduction. Seen together, these drawings are a fascinating window into General Idea’s distinct artistic vision as well as their unique notions of collaboration and co-authorship.

Organized by Claire Gilman, Chief Curator, the Drawing Center, and Lionel Bovier, Director, MAMCO.

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image: General Idea, Continental Poodle in Curlers, 1991, coloured pencil on sketchbook paper, 35.5 x 26.5 cm

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Deimantas Narkevičius


24 September 2022 – 15 January 2023

Konschthal Esch
Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg

In collaboration with Esch2022, European Capital of Culture, the Konschthal Esch will host a major retrospective exhibition of films by Deimantas Narkevičius.

After participating in the European Biennial of Contemporary Art, MANIFESTA 2 in 1998, Narkevičius returns to Luxembourg for this major exhibition in Esch, which traces a cinematic work that continues to evolve in today’s geopolitical contexts.

As part of this exhibition, Konschthal Esch will co-produce the short film Twittering Soul, by Narkevičius, premiering on the opening day of the exhibition.

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image: Deimantas Narkevičius, Carl Marx monument (Chemnitz), 2007

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Avis Newman


Avis Newman has been announced as one of the shortlisted artists for the David and Yuko Juda Art Foundation Grant. The recipient of the grant will be announced at 7pm on 14 September 2022 at Annely Juda Fine Art in London with a presentation co-curated by Ingrid Swenson, curator and writer, and Andrew Wilson art historian, critic and curator.

This year the panel is made up of the Foundation’s trustees, David and Yuko Juda, Nina Fellmann, Rupert Faulkner and Paul Calkin, joined by Andrea Rose (Former Director of Visual Arts, British Council), Reinhard Spieler (Director of the Sprengel Museum, Hannover) and Jonathan Watkins (former Director of IKON, Birmingham).

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image: Avis Newman, Strategies of Engagement I (Thirteen Chapters), 2018, acrylic and chalk on stretched and unstretched cotton canvas

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Gillian Wearing


3 – 25 September 2022

Your Views
Festival Images Vevey

L’Appartement – Espace Images Vevey
Chem. du Verger 10, 1800 Vevey, Switzerland

(solo presentation)

In 2013 Gillian Wearing conceived an ongoing open submissions participative project where she invited people around the world to film a short clip of the view from a window in their homes. Your Views shows a succession of curtains and blinds opening onto both commonplace and spectacular scenes. Varied, unique and universal, these views reveal a part of the participants’ private lives.

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image: Gillian Wearing, Your Views, 2013 - present, colour video with sound, 162 minutes and 40 seconds (still)

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Lars Laumann


3 September – 2 October 2022

The Haunted School
Rækøyveien 12, 8310 Kabelvåg

We are delighted to announce that Lars Laumann will participate in Fantasmagoriana, Lofoten International Art Festival 2022.

Fantasmagoriana originated with the sharing of an oral tale, which put forward an archaeology of the Arctic region as a landscape for "Gothic” literature. Through its sharing, this narrative became a tactic for transmitting tacit knowledge, where information about natural, fictional, and political events could weave freely into new maps, which evolved and adapted within the contexts in which the invited artists operate.

Curated by: Francesco Urbano Ragazzi

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Hannah Collins


Thursday, 29 September 2022 – 8 pm

The Barbican Hall
Barbican Centre
Silk Street, London

Mercury Prize nominated Portico Quartet and Turner Prize nominated artist Hannah Collins present the world premiere performance of their new audio-visual work Terrain: The Earth Beneath My Feet.

In this profound, collaborative audio-visual performance of Terrain: The Earth Beneath My Feet, Hannah Collins’ sensitive, mesmerizing images of Las Campanas Observatory in the Atacama Desert in Chile, find a gently resonant dialogue with Portico Quartet’s 2021 album Terrain, a body of work that represents one of the most complex and beautiful pieces the band have composed, shifting through different musical worlds with an insistent pulse and horizontal movement.

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image: Hannah Collins, The Earth Beneath My Feet, 2019