23 October 2019
The Voice Before the Law
Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart
26 October 2019 – 9 February 2020
Lawrence Abu Hamdan's solo exhibition The Voice Before the Law explores the political implications of language and communication. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue published by Wienand Verlag, with essays by Skye Arundhati Thomas, Ina Dinter, and Jens Maier-Rothe.
The exhibition is made possible by the Baloise Group.
22 October 2019
Tate Britain Winter Commission 2019
30 November 2019 - 26 January 2020
Congratulations to Anne Hardy who will create the new Winter Commission for the Tate Britain Millbank frontage. For this she will transform Tate Britain’s iconic facade into a marooned temple using sound, light and found objects in an exploration of the natural rhythms of the earth, tides, and the winter solstice.
Curated by Linsey Young with Daisy Gould.
Photo: Angus Mill
28 September 2019
Turner Prize 2019 Exhibition
28 September 2019 – 12 January 2020
Awards ceremony: 3 December 2019
Lawrence Abu Hamdan has been nominated for his solo exhibition Earwitness Theatre at Chisenhale Gallery, London, as well as his video installation Walled Unwalled and performance After SFX at Tate Modern, London.
21 September 2019
Hammer Projects: Max Hooper Schneider
Los Angeles, USA
21 September – 2 February 2020
Over the last decade Max Hooper Schneider has developed a taxonomy of living things, dead technology, and trash, transforming grotesque souvenirs of everyday life into exquisite objects and environments. An alchemist and incessant scavenger with a passion for the nonhuman world and marine biology, he investigates the often tragic results of humanity's interference with the natural world. The results are mesmerising and deeply visceral reflections on the nature of existence and environmental crises. Ostranenie – the artistic technique of presenting common things in an unfamiliar or strange way in order to enhance perception of the familiar – and techne – the ancient precept of material making – anchor Hooper Schneider's approach to art making.
Transfer Station is a new immersive installation for this Hammer Projects exhibition, his first solo museum show.
15 September 2019
A Public Apology to Siksika Nation
Toronto Biennial of Art
21 September – 1 December 2019
performance: 21 September 11 – 12pm
AA Bronson’s A Public Apology to Siksika Nation, will be exhibited at the first Toronto Biennial of Art. This body of work, initiating with stories around his great-grandfather, the first missionary to the Siksika Nation, highlights generational impact and is presented in the form of an installation, a performance and a book, as a result of many years of research, and with a response from Adrian Stimson.
Photo by Ben Miller