Alan Kane / British Art Show 8
'The History Train' by Alan Kane will pull crates containing the British Art Show exhibition through the streets of Norwich to their four exhibiting venues across the city. The procession of rare breed Suffolk Punches are decorated by horse brasses designed by members of the public and produced by Alan Kane.
Saturday 18 June, between 3-5pm
Markus Karstie� / 'Corridor Plateau VI', Drei, Cologne
Curated by Christian Freudenberger and Markus Karstie�, with Caroline Achaintre, Michael Bauer, Michael But he, DAS INSTITUT, Stephan Dillemuth, Christian Freudenberger, Tiril Hasselknippe, Alex Jasch, Markus Karstie�, Esther Kl�s, Ewald Kr�ner, Saskia Paul, Robert Rauschenberg, Martin Soto Climent, Detlef Weinrich
10 June - 16 July 2016
Markus Karstie� / Insel Hombroich, Neuss
'Irden' is Markus Karstie� solo exhibition at Raketenstation, Foundation Insel Hombroich, Neuss, installed in the Siza Pavilion, on the site of a former NATO missile base.
15 April - 7 August 2016
Eva Berendes / Casado Santapau, Madrid
Solo exhibition, 5 May - 12 June 2016
Eva Berendes / Kunstsaele in Berlin
French Connection_Perspectives on Support/Surface with Shahin Afrassiabi, Andr� Pierre Arnal, Katinka Bock, Miriam B�hm, Katharina Grosse, Assaf Gruber, Patrick Saytour a.o., curated by Heike Fuhlbr�gge
30 April � 18 June 2016
Des Hughes / Pallant House, Chichester
Des Hughes and his partner Clare Woods exhibit at Pallant House, Chichester in a show titled The Sleepers curated by Simon Martin.
17 May - 5 June 2016
Raphael Hefti / Liverpool Biennial
Raphael Hefti launches the Biennial and the opening of AccorHotels on the Mersey with a performance and video installation.
Thursday 19 May 2016
Alan Kane / British Art Show 8
Group show curated by Anna Colin and Lydia Yee, touring nationally through 2016. Opens Leeds Art Gallery
9 October - 10 January 2016
Eva Berendes / Kunstverein Reutlingen
Group exhibition �Wo ist hier? #2: Raum und Gegenwart, Bildhauerei und Installation seit 2000� with Axel Anklam, Florian Baudrexel, Alexandra Bircken, Henning Bohl, Madeleine Boschan, Paula Doepfner, Thomas Helbig, Thomas Kiesewetter, Karsten Konrad, Manfred Pernice, Katinka Pilscheur, Anahita Razmi, Gitte Sch�fer, Thomas Scheibitz, Katja Strunz, Mirjam Thomann, Mirko Tschauner
20 September � 29 November 2015
Fabio Marco Pirovino / Lord Ludd, Philadelphia
Group show �Little Strokes�
19 September - 31 October 2015
Des Hughes / The Hepworth Wakefield
In 1980 Henry Moore donated a public sculpture, Working Model of Draped Reclining Figure, to Castleford. This prompted an exhibition of children�s work called Henry Moore and the Children of Castleford. Hughes traces the story of Moore�s gift shown alongside his own work.
12 September � Spring 2016
Jane England & Alan Kane / Adler Dusseldorf
70s and 80s fashion photography by Jane England and Alan Kane�s hair salon Vanity Suite/Sorry in the first and last Ancient & Modern European tour to Dusseldorf in the exhibition space run by Jan Pleitner at Adlerstrasse 6, Dusselldorf.
Opens 4 September, during DC Open. Haircuts available.
Volker Eichelmann / Choi&Lager Dusseldorf
ZUR ZEIT DER ANDEREN - Sebastian Buerkner & Volker Eichelmann
3 September - 30 October 2015
Eva Berendes / Gesellschaft f�r aktuelle Kunst Bremen
Group show �Inside the City, Public Space and Free Space� with Arno Auer, Bouillon Group, Anetta Mona Chisa & Lucia Tkacova, Dilettantin Produktionsb�ro, Fort, Kasia Fudakowski, Knut Henrik Henriksen, Marcel Hiller, Tobias H�bel, Till Krause, Kate Newby, Ahmet �g�t, Tim Reinecke, Julika Rudelius, Max Schaffer, Z. Schmidt, Maya Schweizer
18 July � 11 October 2015
Eva Berendes / Kunstverein Schw�bisch Hall
L�oiseau Pr�sente�: Be abstract, group exhibition
20 June � 6 September 2015
Raphael Hefti / Fondation Vincent van Gogh, Arles
Major solo exhibition by Raphael Hefti, alongside David Hockney, curated by Bice Curiger at Fondation Vincent van Gogh, Arles
11 October 2015- 10 January 2016 For more info: MORE INFO
Eva Berendes / Glasgow Sculpture Studios
�The transparent tortoise shell and the un-ripe umbrella� curated by Louise Briggs opening at Glasgow Sculpture Studios with Eva Berendes (DE), Stephanie Mann (UK), Rallou Paniagotou (GR), Vanessa Safavi, (DE) and Samara Scott (UK), 23 January � 05 March 2016 For more info: MORE INFO
Raphael Hefti / Fiorucci Art Trust, Stromboli
Raphael performs �Quick Fix Remix� at Fogia Vecchio Beach, Stromboli invited by collector Nicoletta Fiorucci gathered 'In Favour of a Total Eclipse' � Volcano Extravaganza 2015.
19 July 2015
Clive Hodgson & Matthew Higgs / Wilkinson, London
A marvellous two person exhibition with special guests, curated by Matthew Higgs, Director of White Columns, New York 16 July � 17 August 2015
Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili / Kunstverein Hannover
Group show, "MENTAL DIARY" with Sol LeWitt, Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili, Dietmar Lutz, Christiane M�bus, Dan Perjovschi and Jonas Mekas.
6 June - 8 August 2015
Artist's talk at Kunstverein Hannover, 18 June 7 p.m.
Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili / Casey Kaplan, New York
Group show at Casey Caplan organised by Loring Randolph, titled "I�M ATTRACTED NON THE LESS�,"
25 June - 1 August 2015
Rudolf Polanszky / Fondazione Morra Greco, Naples
A solo exhibition organised by Fondazione Morra Greco at Castel Sant�Elmo, Naples
3 July - September 2015, private view Thursday 2 July
Rudolf Polanszky / Zeit Kunst Nieder�sterreich
Solo exhibition: Translinare Strukturen, Zeit Kunst Nieder�sterreich, Dominican Church Krems
31 May - 10 October 2015
Norbert Prangenberg & Markus Karstie� / �cole Fran�aise D�Ath�nes, Athens
TERRAPOLIS, a group exhibition drawing on metamorphosis, Greek mythology and theatre in collaboration with Neon Foundation of works mostly sited outdoors, curated by Iwona Blazwick, Director of Whitechapel Art Gallery
27 May - 26 July 2015
Jan Pleitner / Nanzuka, Tokyo
After a residency there, Jan Pleitner exhibits new paintings for a solo show "Dark Matter Matters" at Nanzzuka, Tokyo
28 April - 23 May, 2015
Alan Kane / DKUK Peckham Rye, London
Vanity Suite / Sorry takes place in a hairdressing salon in K&S Indoor Market, 135a Rye Lane, Peckham SE15 4ST programmed by Daniel Kelly
24 April - 24 June, 2015
Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili / New Museum 2015 Triennial
Ketuta Alexi Meskhishvili exhibits her analogue photography in the New Museum 2015 Triennial �Surround Audience�, New York, co-curated by New Museum Curator Lauren Cornell and artist Ryan Trecartin.
25 February - 24 May, 2015
Luke Gottelier / Fold Gallery, London
Demolition Derby, an exhibition with Laura Bygrave, Luke Gottelier, Kes Richardson and Rose Wylie.
Opening Friday 13 March - 18 April, 2015
Luke Gottelier / Dolph Projects
Luke will be resident at Dolph Projects, Streatham, temporarily relocating his studio to Streatham Hill and occupying himself with "Duchamp�s idea of the �reversed readymade� � turn a Rembrandt into an ironing board. Except I�m using my own paintings. I couldn�t afford Rembrandts.�
18 - 25 March, 2015
RAPHAEL HEFTI / CENTRE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN, GENEVA
Raphael Hefti has a solo exhibition at the Centre of Contemporary Art in Geneva, following the exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, with additional new works. A publication made by JRP Ringier is just launched on Hefti, with writing by Alex Farquharson, Harry Burke and Adam Szymcyck. Please contact the gallery for further details: mail(at)ancientandmodern.org
Opening Thursday 29 January, 6pm
29 January � 26 April, 2015
Matthias Dornfeld / Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
'Paintings Sweet Paintings' Billy Childish, Matthias Dornfeld at Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Germany.
28 September - 2 November, 2014
Raphael Hefti / Inauguration Fondation Vincent Van Gogh, Arles
The inauguration of Fondation Vincent Van Gogh, Arles takes place on 5 April with a permanent installation by Raphael Hefti situated on its roof, comprising developments of his 'Subtraction as Addition' museum glass sculptures that catch and reflect the light throughout the year into the public spaces below.
Markus Karstie� / Museum Haus Lange Haus Esters
'Living in the Material World' opens at Museum Haus Lange Haus Esters. An exhibition including Lare Almarcegui, Michael Beutler, Karla Black, Berta Fischer, Theaster Gates, Ane Mette Hol, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, David Jablonowski, Markus Karstie�, Alicja Kwade, Marie Lund and Oscar Tuazon.
6 April � 10 August 2014 (Travels to Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck 6 December 2014 � 15 February 2015)
Markus Karstie� / Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen / Germany
Ceramic Spaces: Fontana, Prangenberg, Trockel, Sch�tte, Karstie�.
25 May - 31 August, 2014
Eva Berendes / Palais f�r aktuelle Kunst, Gl�ckstadt / Germany
Group exhibition with Michael Hakimi, Gerda Scheepers, Andrea Pichl, Andrea Winkler, Hadley & Maxwell, Andreas Bunte, Florian Balze. Palais f�r aktuelle Kunst, Gl�ckstadt, Germany.
4 May � 29 June, 2014
Eva Berendes / Czech Gallery, Berlin
Interrogation Marks in the Unclear Raster, group exhibition curated by Maty� Chochola and Alexandr Pu�kin.
20 March � 2 May, 2014
Eva Berendes / CRG Gallery, New York
Eva Berendes first New York solo exhibition, USA.
20 March � 25 April, 2014
Volker Eichelmann & Sir Francis Rose / England & Co
Volker Eichelmann curates an exhibition centred around Sir Francis Rose (1909-79) and his mural �L�Ensemble� (1938) depicting a special coterie of friends. England & Co, London.
14 March - 5 April, 2014
Matthias Dornfeld & Erika Krause / Cologne
Jagla Ausstellungsraum, Cologne.
23 January - 26 February, 2014
Audrey Reynolds / Residency at Ackerman Daly 2014
Audrey Reynolds is the 2014 resident at Ackerman Daly for art and writing.
Markus Karstie� / Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art
Solo exhibition at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art featuring the thought-provoking ceramic sculptures and a sound installation developed by Markus Karstiess during his year-long Lipman residency in Newcastle University�s Fine Art department.
31 January - 4 April, 2014
Markus Karstie� / Hatton Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne
Solo exhibition at Hatton Gallery showing the results of Markus Karstie� year-long residency in Newcastle University�s Fine Art Department.
18 January - 15 March, 2014
Matthias Dornfeld / Jagla Ausstellungsraum, Cologne
Exhibiton with Matthias Dornfeld and Erika Krause 'Haderlump' in Jagla Ausstellungsraum, Cologne.
24 January - 26 February, 2014
Markus Karstie� / AUTOCENTER, Berlin
Corridor Plateau V curated by Christian Freudenberger, Markus Karstie�, 30 Nov-14 Dec with Michael Bauer, Paul Becker, William Cobbing, Christian Freudenberger, Anna Friedel, Nadia Hebson, Hannah H�ch, Alexandra Hopf, Markus Karstie�, Jens Ullrich, Gabriel Vormstein and Detlef Weinrich.
30 November - 14 December, 2013
Jane England / Hotel International by Warhus Rittershaus, Cologne
Exhibition project for contemporary art by Warhus Rittershaus and marsil BAR & HOTEL in cooperation with young galleries, artists, curators and writers.
22 - 24 November, 2013
Des Hughes / Nomination for CAS prize
Together with The Hepworth Wakefield Museum Des Hughes is short-listed for the annual prize awarded by The Contemporary Art Society. Further nominations are Elizabeth Price, Jess Flood-Paddock and Lucy McKenzie.
Paul Johnson / The Collection & Usher Gallery, Lincoln
Solo show 'There's something about you that I'm unsure about' in Usher Gallery, Lincoln.
28 September, 2013 - 2 January, 2014
Des Hughes / Buchmann Galerie, Berlin
Solo show 'Rust never sleeps' at Buchmann Box Berlin.
13 September � 2 October, 2013
Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili / Galerie Mickey Schubert, Berlin
A solo show by Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili in Berlin.
14 September - 9 November, 2013
Matthias Dornfeld / Soy Capit�n, Berlin
Solo show 'Alles Gute!' at Soy Capitan in Berlin.
14 September - 26 October, 2013
Eva Berendes / Autocenter, Berlin
Group show 'One from None' at Autocenter, Berlin with David Ostrowski, Chris Succo, Samuel Francois, Eva Berendes, Sam Moyer curated by Nils Emmerichs.
14 September - 28 September, 2013
Markus Karstiess / The China Shop Gallery, Oxford
Group show 'Phosphene' at The China Shop Gallery in Oxford with Majed Aslam, Joel Beach, Jack Brindley, Markus Karstiess and Adam Thompson curated by Gabor Gyory.
24 August - 28 September, 2013
Raphael Hefti / Zurich Art Prize
As the recipient of the Art Prize of the City of Zurich 2013, Raphael Hefti is awarded a studio and accommodation residency in New York from 2014-15
Audrey Reynolds / Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork
A group show 'Modern Families', at The Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland, with Nevin Alada?, Gerard Byrne, Chosil Kil, Clemens Krauss, Marko M�etamm, Trish Morrissey, Isabel Nolan, Mark O�Kelly, Paulien Oltheten, Reto Pulfer, Audrey Reynolds, Lasse Schmidt Hansen, Eulalia Valldosera, and Yang Fudong; curated by Chris Clarke and Matt Packer.
25 July - 3 November, 2013
Matthias Dornfeld / Galerie Jahn, Munich
XX 776 is a solo show by Matthias Dornfeld, in Munich, the city of his studies, at Galerie Matthias Jahn.
16 May - 22 June, 2013
Jan Pleitner / Stadt Museum, Oldenburg
Images from Jan Pleitner's solo exhibition at Stadtmuseum Oldenburg which ended this month can be viewed: HERE
Raphael Hefti / Kunsthalle Sankt Gallen, Switzerland
�Flex-Sil Reloaded - a homage to Roman Signer�, Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, with Nina Canell, Valentin Carron, Matias Faldbakken, Isabella Girtanner, Raphael Hefti, Michael H�pfner, Norma Jeane, Peter Liechti, Josef Felix M�ller, Navid Nuur, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Kilian R�themann, Corinne Schatz, Roman Signer and Fredrik V�rslev.
25 May - 4 August 2013
Rudolf Polanszky / Galerie Andreas Huber, Vienna
Solo exhibition 'Paradoxe Transformations', joint openings with the galleries Kerstin Engholm, Georg Kargl, Christine K�nig.
16 May - 22 June 2013
Jan Pleitner / Stadtmuseum Oldenbergs
Solo exhibition by Jan Pleitner, newly represented by the gallery, at 'Stadtmuseum Oldenburg', Germany, as winner of the 'F�rderpreis f�r Malerei 2013' (Award for Painting 2013)
Raphael Hefti / Parkett Conversation Series
Artist Raphael Hefti in conversation (in German) with Bice Curiger and Jacqueline Burckhardt, Parkett Exhibition Space, Limmatstrasse 268, Zurich.
6pm Friday 26 April, 2013
Ancient & Modern / Art Cologne, Germany
Ancient & Modern participates in our 3rd Art Cologne presenting paintings and drawings by Brian Chalkley, Paul Johnson and Jan Pleitner as well as a sculpture by Alan Kane & Simon Periton.
18 - 22 April, 2013
Volker Eichelmann & Des Hughes / Harris Lindsay, Jermyn Street
Showing in the discrete 18th and 19th century specialist galleries at 67 Jermyn St, Eichelmann's intricate decoupages of imaginary flowers emerge from the �paper mosaics� of Mary Delany (1700-1788) while Hughes� new bronze 'Do You Think of Me Often' tenderly acknowledges 20th century modernists and looks beyond to the ecclesiastical funerary sculpture of medieval times, all in the company of a Bomb� Commode or a side-table of Malachite to an English cabinet made for Carlton House Terrace by Owen Jones (1809-1874).
20 February - 23 March, 2013
Raphael Hefti / CAPC centre d'art contemporain de Bordeaux
Solo exhibition celebrating the 40th anniversary of the museum, curated by Alexis Vaillant.
28 February - 30 April, 2013
Raphael Hefti / No one lives here, RCA, London
Group show by curating contemporary art students, with Neil Beloufa, Mosireen Collective, David Raymond Conroy, Aleksandra Domanovic, S. Mark Gubb, Raphael Hefti, Jill Magid, Shana Moulton, Hito Steyerl, Jack Strange.
8 � 24 March, 2013
Paul Johnson & Madge Gill / The Nunnery, Bow
Paul Johnson completes a residency at Bow Arts, exhibiting alongside the British outsider artist Madge Gill (1882-1961) whose work he has selected for an innovative display at The Nunnery in Bow, London.
15 November - 31 January, 2013
Markus Karstie� / Philara E.V
Markus Karstie� exhibits with Simon Schubert at Pilara E.V, Dusseldorf, in a private collection of contemporary art belonging to the Bronner family.
10 November - 16 December, 2012
Ancient & Modern / Frieze Art Fair, London
Ancient & Modern participates in our 4th Frieze, this year in the new Focus section, presenting a small group of our Austrian and German artists: sculpture by Rudolf Polanszky, paintings by Matthias Dornfeld and sculpture by Eva Berendes.
10 - 14 October, 2012
Ancient & Modern / Vienna Fair
Ancient & Modern shares with Galerie Andreas Huber, presenting sculpture by Vienna-based Rudolf Polanszky, photography by the Georgian artist Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili (who is also included within the fair's curated section), sculpture by Alan Kane who makes a specially commissioned Orphan Tea-Service (Vienna) and a late painting by Norbert Prangenberg.
19 - 23 September, 2012
Raphael Hefti / Aargauer Kunsthaus Aarau
Raphael presents three new large scale glass sculptures in �La jeunesse est un art�, the Anniversary Manor Art Award, Aargauer Kunsthaus, curated by Madeleine Schuppli.
1 September - 18 November, 2012
Alan Kane / The Trongate Codex
Book launch of 'The Trongate Codex' and panel discussion with artist Richard Wentworth, Caroline Douglas (Arts Council Collection) and Paul Peroni (SPACE) at SPACE studios.
Saturday 22 September, 2012 from 16:00
Des Hughes / Manchester City Art Gallery
'Everything�s Inevitable: Works from the collection of Manchester Art Gallery' selected by Des Hughes, drawn from the 16th - mid 20th century, paintings by William Blake, Alberto Giacometti and Paul Nash and sculpture by Jacob Epstein and Barbara Hepworth, with lesser known works by artists such as Edward Middleditch and Elizabethan court painter, George Gower, the exhibition features Hughes' ensemble 'In a Brown Study', 2011.
1 May 2012 - Sunday 5 May, 2013
Norbert Prangenberg / *1949 � 2012
It is with great sadness that we must announce the passing of Norbert Prangenberg, who died on Friday 29 June in Krefeld. Norbert had his first exhibition in London at Ancient & Modern in October 2010. He made a huge impression upon the gallery artists who he met while in the city, and during encounters abroad, it was apparent that this influence extended to all those that were lucky enough to be in his orbit. His generosity, humour, and gentleness will be greatly missed, though his paintings, drawings and ceramic sculptures will continue to bring joy to those that encounter them.
Raphael Hefti / Art:Concept, Paris
Exhibition with Dominique Figarella - Raphael Hefti.
28 June - 28 July, 2012
Raphael Hefti / SALTS, Basel
A performance of Thermit Welding, and the remains thereof.
14 June - 7 July, 2012
Alan Kane / The Trongate Codex
Published for the Glasgow International 2012 by The Modern Institute and New Jeresyy with support from Ancient & Modern, available from the gallery for �15 inc p+p, while stocks last.
Raphael Hefti / STRAIGHT UP, Family Business
A project by Alice Conconi and Elena Tavecchia with David Adamo, Henning Bohl, Becket Bowes, Elaine Cameron-Weir, Matt Connors, Andy Coolquitt, Luca De Leva, Alex Philip Fitzgerald, Christian Frosi, Raphael Hefti, Tom Holmes, Zak Kitnick, Jorge Peris, Jory Rabinovitz, Chadwick Rantanen, Andra Ursuta, Mauro Vignando.
4 - 23 June 2012
Matthias Dornfeld / Kunsthaus Hamburg
Matthias Dornfeld is the EXTRA guest of Monika Michalko to participate in her solo exhibition 'Namalovala' at Kunsthaus Hamburg.
5 June - 29 July 2012
Raphael Hefti / Minimal Myth, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
Hefti is included in Minimal Myth, curated by Francesco Stocci, at Museum BoijmansVan Beuningen, Rotterdam.
2 June - 16 September 2012
Alan Kane & Simon Periton / 'eight fculptures', Garden of Reason, Ham House, Chiswick
Nine contemporary artists have been invited to create new work inspired by the 17th-century gardens, their owner, Elizabeth Dysart, and their social and political context. Foloowing 'The Asbo Mystery Play and other Public Works', shown in Sadie Coles HQ in June 2011, Kane and Periton have collaborated again on 'eight fculptures' to replace an archival account of '10 statues of lead, whereof two upon stone and wood pedestals' that once stood in the gardens. The installation remains on display at Ham House in Chiswick until 23 September 2012.
Annea Lockwood / 'Piano Transplant', Grizedale Arts
Ancient & Modern organises a 'Piano Transplant' by renowned sound artist Annea Lockwood (b.1939, Australia, lives and works Hudson River, New York) in collaboration with Grizedale Arts in the Lake District. The 'Transplant' is a burning of a piano, lasting some 5 hours, the real-time documentation of which will be webcast and subsequently shown at Ancient & Modern along with documentation of Annea Lockwood's first 'Transplants' which took place in London and Kent in the late 1960s.
Friday 18 May 2012
Ancient & Modern / NADA art fair, NYC
NADA NYC, 548 West 22nd Street, New York 10001 Presenting Volker Eichelmann, Raphael Hefti, Paul Johnson, Alan Kane, Norbert Prangenberg, Stephen Tennant.
4 - 7 May 2012
Matthias Dornfeld / Reception, Berlin
Group show of drawings by HP Zimmer, Matthias Dornfeld, Lin May, Lutz Braun.
28 April � 9 June 2012
MELISSA GORDON / KUNSTHALL OSLO, NORWAY
Kunsthall Oslo and Torpedo Bookshop present the Norwegian launch of LABOUR issue #1, a new independent publication on art and work with a feminist perspective, edited by Melissa Gordon and writer Marina Vishmidt. In conjunction with the launch, the Kunsthall presents work by some of the artists featured in the issue.
28 January - 19 February 2012
MATTHIAS DORNFELD / SOY CAPITAN, BERLIN
Matthias Dornfeld exhibits a solo-show of new work at Soy Capitan gallery, Berlin-Neukoelln.
4 February - 10 March 2012
RUDOLF POLANSZKY / NOUVEAU MUSEE NATIONAL DE MONACO
Rudolf Polanszky exhibits extensively in a group show entitled 'The Silence. A Fiction.'
1 February - 5 May 2012
RAPHAEL HEFTI / LE QUARTIER CENTRE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN, QUIMPER FR
Raphael Hefti is included in a group show entitled "Du monde clos � l'univers infini". Curated by Marc Bembekoff, the exhibition takes its name from philosopher Andre Koyre's 1957 book, and speculates about how the moving image has been freed from its standardised setting in terms of both production and circulation : how it has broken out of the traditional movie theatre and been integrated into exhibitions in new forms that take account of the roles of the viewer and the object created.
28 January - 25 March 2012
RAPHAEL HEFTI / CAMDEN ARTS CENTRE, LONDON
Raphael Hefti has his first solo show in the UK, at Camden Arts Centre. In this new work he will approach his investigations from a specific tangent: discovering mistakes in industrial processes and pushing them to a limit where aesthetic transformations take place.
20 January - 18 March 2012
MELISSA GORDON / MARIANNE BOESKY GALLERY, NYC
Melissa Gordon presents a solo-show at Marianne Boesky's 509 West 24th street location. The exhibition, entitled 'Structures for Viewing' present a large body of new works.
7 January - 4 Feburary 2012
EVA BERENDES / DE KABINETTEN VAN DE VLEESHAL, NL
Eva Berendes is included in a group show, 'Beyond the Fragile Geometry of Sculpture'. She exhibits alongside Tolia Astali / Dylan Peirce, Michael Dean, Koenraad Dedobbeleer, David Jablonowski, Guillaume Leblon, and Italo Zuffi.
22 October - 11 December 2011
Matthias Dornfeld / Kunstverein Heppenheim, Germany
'Hallo Hepp', the title of a solo exhibition by Matthias Dornfeld, is on show at Kunstverein Heppenheim, Germany.
24 September - 7 October 2011
EVA BERENDES / BIELEFELDER KUNSTVEREIN, BIELEFELD, DE
Eva Berendes exhibits in a group show, 'Beyond Gestaltung', which seeks to investigate the current interrelationship of art and design. Includes works by Matthew Brannon, Manual Graf, Riccardo Previdi, Lasse Schmidt Hansen, Bahia Shehab and Aissa Deebi, Danh Vo, Franz Erhard Walther / Will Holder, and Jochen Weber.
10 September - 6 November 2011
RAPHAEL HEFTI / BIEL/BIENNE FESTIVAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY 2011, BIEL, CH
Raphael Hefti and Alex Rich contribute to the 15th edition of this festival that offers new reflections on the nature of time in contemporary photography. Their collaborative project is entitled 'Raphael Hefti VS Alex Rich: This is Serious'.
2 - 25 September 2011
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MATTHIAS DORNFELD / LISMORE CASTLE ARTS, WATERFORD, IRELAND
Matthias Dornfeld exhibits in a group show entitled 'Herbei ein Licht!' in St. Carthage Hall at Lismore Castle Arts. Presented by Clarke & McDevitt, the exhibition also includes works by Matti Isan Blind, John Bock, Ingeborg Gabriel, Thomas Helbig, Gregor Hildebrandt, Andy Hope 1930, Alicja Kwade, Thomas Kiesewetter, Adrian Lohmuller, Cornelius Quabeck, Bernd Ribbeck, Gitte Schafer, Cornelia Schmidt-Bleek, Markus Selg, Klaus Weber, Claudia Wieser, Thomas Zipp.
19 August - 25 September 2011
ALAN KANE / DE APPEL ARTS CENTRE, AMSTERDAM, NL
Alan Kane is included in a group show, 'Genius without Talent', whose title was inspired by the work of French artist Robert Filiou, who often referred to himself as such. Kane shows alongside 23 other artists in an exhibition that explores in an associative way what the concepts of the 'hobbyist' and 'amateurism', 'layman and specialist', 'genius and talent' mean today from the perspective of contemporary art.
16 July - 2 October 2011
MELISSA GORDON / LA ART, LOS ANGELES
Melissa Gordon is invited by artists Warren Neidich and Elena Bajo to produce one of a series of temporary works / events to take place over the course of a year, occupying different parking lots across LA. Gordon's event is held in the third manifestation of the exhibition and will be part of the 'Pacific Standard Time: Performance and Public Art Festival', taking place at The Standard Hollywood. 30 June 2011 - 30 June 2012
Paul Johnson / Simon Oldfield, London
Paul Johnson is one of 40 artists exhibiting in Friendship of the Peoples at Simon Oldfield Gallery, all showing uniform size works on paper rooted in the idea of a poster.
22 June - 23 July 2011
Norbert Prangenberg / Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam
Norbert Prangenberg makes a solo show titled 'Kiss The Beast' with Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam.
25 June - 31 July 2011
VOLKER EICHELMANN / SILVERMAN GALLERY, SAN FRANCISCO
Silverman Gallery presents, Haute, a two-person exhibition featuring new work by Volker Eichelmann and Florian Schmidt. The first West Coast showing for both artists includes collages and text paintings by Eichelmann, alongside paintings and constructions by Schmidt. Combined, the works explore questions of construction and architecture.
29 April - 4 June, 2011
NORBERT PRANGENBERG / TIMOTHY TAYLOR GALLERY, LONDON
Norbert Prangenberg exhibits ceramics in 'Archetypes', with artists Caroline Achaintre, Johan Creten, Rachel Kneebone, William J. O'Brien, Mai-Thu Perret, and Jessica Jackson Hutchins.
19 April - 18 May 2011
AUDREY REYNOLDS / CAF� GALLERY PROJECTS, LONDON
Audrey Reynolds is included in a group show titled 'Personal Use', curated by Rebecca Geldard, Cafe Gallery Projects, Bermondsey, London.
11 May - 5 June 2011
AUDREY REYNOLDS / OUTPOST, NORWICH
Audrey Reynolds presents a solo exhibition at Outpost gallery, Norwich.
2 - 21 July 2011
AUDREY REYNOLDS / THE DOCK, CARRICK-ON-SHANNON, IRELAND
Audrey Reynolds presents a solo exhibition at The Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon, Country Leitrim.
10 September - 3 December 2011
Des Hughes / 'Backbone: A Selection of Modern British Sculptors', New Art Centre, Roche Court
A group show that features the sculpture of Barbara Hepworth alongside examples of her peers and those by artists of successive generations. Des Hughes exhibits alongside Kenneth Armitage, Phyllida Barlow, Clive Barker, Reg Butler, Anthony Caro, Hubert Dalwood, Richard Deacon, Barry Flanagan, Phillip King, Tanja Kovats, Jane Simpson, Gavin Turk, Alison Wilding, and Bill Woodrow, amongst others.
2 April to 15 May, 2011
Raphael Hefti / 'Back to Work', Kunsthalle Basel
The exhibition includes Juliette Blightman, Tania P�rez C�rdova, Raphael Hefti, Tobias Kaspar, Adriana Lara, Adrian Melis, Pratchaya Phinthong, Pamela Rosenkranz, Pilvi Takala.
27 March to 22 May 2011
Raphael Hefti / Raum f�r zeitgen�ssische Fotografie, Zurich
Raphael Hefti makes a solo presentation of his bullet photographs in an exhibition titled '327 Different Sounds' at Raum f�r zeitgen�ssische Fotografie, Zurich.
19 April to 9 July 2011
Raphael Hefti / Fluxia, Milan
Raphael Hefti makes a solo show at Fluxia, Milan.
3 to 25 March 2011
AUDREY REYNOLDS / PILE, CHAPTER GALLERY, CARDIFF
Pile is a comprehensive sculpture show that sets out to question the conventions of showing work within a group exhibition. The works interact intimately, in some cases becoming 'piled' on top of one another. Rather than stand as pieces in their own right, their sense of autonomy is therefore lost to the curators' vision: the collection of individual objects becomes one overarching piece; a visual spectacle where the works act as the material and start to define the relationship between the artist and the curator.
Audrey Reynolds shows alongside David Bance, Jonathan Baldock, Katriona Beales, Lotti V Closs, Sean Cummins, Sean Edwards, David Ersser, Craig Fisher, Dan Ford, Simon Franklin, Lynn Fulton, S Mark Gubb, Frank Kent, Brendan Lyons, Laura McCafferty, Zoe Mendelson, Jock Mooney, Lauren O'Grady, Audrey Reynolds, Lucienne Simpson, Derek Sprawson, Debra Swann, Lee Triming, Gerard Williams, Annie Whiles and Neil Zakiewicz. Curated by Craig Fisher.
4 February to 20 March, 2011
MELISSA GORDON / SPECIFIC COLLISIONS, COSAR HMT, DUSSELDORF
Group exhibition curated by Melissa Gordon, includes works by Germaine Kruip, Camilla Low, Rita McBride, Willem Oorebeek, Lisa Oppenheim, Marien Schouten, Mungo Thomson.
11 March to 6 April, 2011
ANCIENT & MODERN AT JOSE MARTOS, NEW YORK CITY / ALAN KANE: 'TROVE', AND 'JUST PHOTOGRAPHY'
Ancient & Modern presents two adjoining exhibitions sharing the medium of photography, at Martos Gallery 29th Street during March 2011. In the front space of the gallery will be solo-installation by UK artist Alan Kane, in the back space a curated group show including works by Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili, Hugo Canoilas, Ernst Caramelle, Lourdes Castro, Raphael Danke, Jane England, Jason Evans, Adam Gillam, Melissa Gordon, Ilana Halperin, Raphael Hefti, Alex Heim, Jessica Mallock, Andrew Mania, Rudolf Polanszky, Sam Porritt, Dan Rees, Karin Ruggaber, Monika Schwitte, Lindsay Seers, Miroslav Tichy, and Li Yuan-Chia.
1 to 26 March, 2011
ALAN KANE / ROYAL FAMILY, HAYWARD GALLERY PROJECT SPACE, LONDON
Royal Family focuses on contemporary artists' representations of the House of Windsor ahead of the royal wedding. It presents works in a range of media that examine the individual family members, as well as the signs and signifiers, of the celebrated and peculiar institution of the British royal family. Artists featured in the exhibition include Adam Dant, Hans Peter Feldman, Alan Kane and Tony Oursler, among others.
12 March to 2 May, 2011
ALAN KANE / 'THE ASBOS MYSTERY PLAY' AND OTHER PUBLIC WORKS, AND THE GILD THE LILY FILES, SADIES COLES HQ, LONDON
Collaborative exhibition by Alan Kane and Simon Periton.
31 March to 21 May, and 1 April to 21 May, 2011
DES HUGHES / MODERN BRITISH SCULPTURE, GIMPEL FILS, LONDON
Modern British Sculpture at Gimpel Fils sets up a dialogue between contemporary artists and those of an earlier generation. Figurative and abstract sculptures from the 1950s and 60s are placed alongside recent works exploring the formal and physical possibilities of the sculptural object. Des Hughes shows alongside Robert Adams, Hannah Brown, Reg Butler, Hubert Dalwood, Norman Dilworth, Alex Frost, Steven Gontarski, Barbara Hepworth, littlewhitehead, Ben Long, George Henry Longly, Camilla L�w, Bernard Meadows and Henry Moore. 20 January - 5 March, 2011.
EVA BERENDES / MAKING IS THINKING, WITTE DE WITH, ROTTERDAM
Making is Thinking explores distinct artistic practices engaged with notions of conceptual craft and intuitive industry. It seeks to collapse the persistent dichotomy between the practical and the intellectual, and presents a range of works that refuse the binary of concept and form. Eva Berendes shows alongside Wilfrid Almendra, Alexandre da Cunha, Julia Dault, Daniel Dewar, Gr�gory Gicquel, Ane Hjort Guttu, Hedwig Houben, Teppei Kaneuji, Edgar Leciejewski, Rita McBride, William J. O'Brien, Eva Rothschild, Hans Schabus, Koki Tanaka. 23 January - May 1, 2011.
EVA BERENDES / S1 ARTSPACE, SHEFFIELD
Solo exhibition of newly commissioned work. 19 February - 2 April, 2011.
EVA BERENDES / DER MENSCHEN KLEE, KIT, DUSSELDORF
An exhibition of paintings from London and D�sseldorf. Eva Berendes shows alongside Anna Barriball, Brian Chalkley, Declan Clarke, Richard Clegg, Sophie von Hellermann, Paul McDevitt, Tim Stoner, Neil Tait, Markus Vater, Martin Westwood. 19 February - 3 April, 2011.
EVA BERENDES & MEL GORDON / MADAME REALISM, MARRES CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY CULTURE, MAASTRICHT
In the context of the research program into the Avant-garde, Marres presents a group exhibition in March 2011, titled Madame Realism, in which the interior takes a central place once again. Madame Realism is first and foremost an exhibition that wants to provide the usually male position of the dandy - this idiosyncratic home curator - with a counterpart, by way of focusing on the work of only female artists and designers in the context of the interior. Eva Berendes and Melissa Gordon show alongside Ruth Buchanan, Bonnie Camplin, Eileen Gray, Linder, Hanne Lippard, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Clare Stephenson, Lina Viste Gr�nli, Jessica Warboys, Pernille Kapper Williams and Amelie von Wulffen. 12 March - 5 June, 2011.
DES HUGHES & PAUL JOHNSON / NEWSPEAK, BRITISH ART NOW PART II, SAATCHI GALLERY
Des Hughes and Paul Johnson both feature in Newspeak, British art Now, Part II at Saatchi Gallery, 27 October 2010 - 16 January, 2011.
DES HUGHES / FRIEZE 'FRAME' SOLO PRESENTATION
Des Hughes makes a solo presentation at Frieze in 'Frame', 13-18 October, titled 'Endless Endless' with new sculpture, watercolour paintings and bronzes.
DES HUGHES & PAUL JOHNSON / CAPC CENTRE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN DE BORDEAUX
Des Hughes and Paul Johnson are both included in 'BigMinis: Fetishes of Crisis' at CAPC centre d'art contemporain de Bordeaux, 18 November 2010 - 27 November 2011. The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue with texts by Jennifer Higgie, Bruce Hainley, David Musgrave, Aaron Schuster and the curator of the exhibition, Alexi Vaillant.
DES HUGHES / 'NEVER THE SAME RIVER' / CAMDEN ARTS CENTRE, LONDON
Curated by artist Simon Starling, this group exhibition featuring bronzes by Des Hughes picks up on ideas and methods used by Starling in his own work and is inspired by the writings of Jorges-Luis Borges and George Kubler, Never The Same River: Possible Futures, Probable Pasts, 16 December 2010 - 20 February 2011 MORE INFO
DES HUGHES / NOTTINGHAM CONTEMPORARY
Des Hughes has curated two cabinets of his own collection of found objects, "Antlers, horns, claws, feather and other things that belong to strange and curious animals", for the 'Small Collections' room, conceived by Pablo Bronstein, at Nottingham Contemporary, showing through the summer until 3 October 2010.
DES HUGHES / HENRY MOORE INSTITUTE, LEEDS
Des Hughes is included in �Undone: making and un-making in contemporary sculpture�, 30th September 2010 � 2nd January 2011, at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds.
EVA BERENDES AND PETER LINDE BUSK / 'THE LONG DARK'
'The Long Dark', curated by Michelle Cotton, tours to Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, from 17 July until 19 September.
MELISSA GORDON / DOROTHEA VON STETTEN ART AWARD 2010
Melissa Gordon along with Olivier Foulon, Alicia Kwade, Alexandra Leykauf and Tina Shulz were selected for the Dorothea von Stetten Art Award 2010, to be presented in an exhibition at Kunstmuseum Bonn, 10 December 2010- 6 March 2011, final winner of the �10,000 award announced in December and when a catalogue will be published.
DES HUGHES / 'RIVE GAUCHE, RIVE DROITE', PARIS
Des Hughes shows three specially commissioned sculptures and a selection of watercolours in an exhibition featuring new work by twenty seven artists across six venues in Paris, 9-25 September. Artists showing include Michael Bauer, Alexandra Bircken, Cris Brodahl, Carter, Ross Chisholm, Michael Cline, Steven Claydon, Slawomir Elsner, Charlie Hammond, Andreas Hofer, Christian Holstad, Richard Hughes, Meredith James, Larry Johnson, Dorota Jurczak, Justin Lieberman, Nick Lowe, David Noonan, Ry Rocklen, Sterling Ruby, Jim Shaw, Torsten Slama, Michael Smith, Lucy Stein, Stefan Thater, and Jacques Vidal.
MELISSA GORDON / STEDELIJK MUSEUM, NETHERLANDS
Showing in the Temporary Stedelijk at the Stedelijk Museum, Paulus Potterstraat, Amsterdam, Meliisa Gordon is included in an exhibition titled �Monumentalism. History and National Identity in Modern Art�, curated by Jelle Bouwhui, 28 August - 9 January 2011, including Yale Bartana, lonnie van Brummelen Siebren de Haan, Ruth Buchanan & Rachel Koolen, Hala Elkoussy, Zachary Formwalt, Marianne Flotron, Melissa Gordon, Nicoline van Harskamp, David Jablonowski, Rob Johannesma, Iris Kensmil, Gert Jan Kocken, Job Koelewijn, Renzo Martens, Lucia Nimcova, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Barbara Visser, Mieke van Voort.
EVA BERENDES / CASS SCULPTURE FOUNDATION, GOODWOOD
Screens and plaster reliefs by Eva Berendes are currently on display at the Cass Sculpture Foundation, Goodwood, West Sussex.
MELISSA GORDON / SCARAMOUCHE GALLERY, NY
Melissa Gordon is in a group show Lush Life at Scaramouche Gallery, Lower East Side New York, curated by Franklin Evans and Omar Lopez-Chahoud, 8 July - 7 August, with Karina Aguilera Skvirsky, Tommy Hartung, Jayson Keeling, Yashua Klos and Paul Pagk.
MELISSA GORDON / HOUSTON, TEXAS
Melissa Gordon took part in a group show curated by Jackie Gendel and Tom McGrath, �Precarity and the Butter Tower�, CTRL Gallery, Houston Texas, 8 May-19 June.
AUDREY REYNOLDS/ THE APPROACH, LONDON
Audrey Reynolds exhibits in 'Head', a group show including Frank Auerbach, Glenn Brown, George Condo, Barry Flanagan, Daniel Silver, John Stezaker and others at The Approach, London,
1 July-1 August.
ANCIENT & MODERN/ LISTE 15, BASEL
Ancient & Modern participates at Liste 15, Basel from 15-20 June 2010 (opens Monday 14 June) showing Peter Linde Busk, Des Hughes, Paul Johnson and Audrey Reynolds.
EVA BERENDES/ SOMMER & KOHL, BERLIN
Eva Berendes has a solo exhibition titled 'A Veil, A Shadow, A Bloom' at Sommer & Kohl, Berlin, 12 June- 31 July 2010.
ALAN KANE/ TATE BRITAIN
'Rude Britannia: British Comic Art' opens at Tate Britain, 9 June � 5 September 20, and includes a new installation by Alan Kane.
PETER LINDE BUSK/ SAATCHI GALLERY
'Newspeak, British Art Now' opens 30 May-17 October at Saatchi Gallery, London and includes paintings by the Danish artist Peter Linde Busk. The second installment of 'Newspeak', 27 October-6 January 2011 includes collages by Paul Johnson.
MATTHIAS DORNFELD / CENTRE, BERLIN
Matthias Dornfeld has a solo presenation at Centre, Berlin, titled 'selig, wer geliebt sich wei�', (blessed is he who knows he loves himself), opening Freitag, 28. Mai 2010 and contnues by apointment only until 19 June 2010.
ALAN KANE/ ON PUBLICATIONS, PORTRAITS, PUBLIC ART AND PERFORMANCE/ THE MODERN INSTITUTE
Curated by Daniel Baumann, Portraits, 17 April - 15 May 2010, includes works by Alan Kane, Elizabeth Peyton, Andy Warhol, and Artur ?mijewski. The exhibition examines the question of what happened to the portrait as a picture of an individual after it was trivialized by photography, television, sociology, mass media psychology and facebook.
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ANCIENT & MODERN/ ART BRUSSELS
Ancient & Modern participates in 'First Call' at Art Brussels, 22 - 26 April 2010.
PETER LINDE BUSK / THE NATIONAL WORKSHOPS RESIDENCY
From April 2010, Peter Linde Busk is undertaking a three month residency at the National Workshops for Arts and Crafts, Copenhagen, supported by the Danish Ministry of Culture.
PAUL JOHNSON/ THE ARMORY SHOW 2010
Pier 94, Booth 1151
MICHAEL DEAN/ INDEPENDENT, NEW YORK
EVA BERENDES/ ELISA PLATTEAU, BRUSSELS
Eva Berendes exhibits with Michael Van Den Abeele at Elisa Plateau Galerie, Brussels, 29 january - 3 april 2010.
ALAN KANE/ LONDON COLLEGE OF FASHION
Solo exhibition titled 'Vanitas Vanitatum Omnia Vanitas :(' opening Tuesday 12 January, 6-8pm, continuing through 29 January, 20 John Prince's St, W1G 0BJ (nearest tube Oxford Circus) concluding his one-year artist's residency at the London College of Fashion.
+ Alan Kane's 'Life Class: Today's Nude', commissioned by Artangel has been shortlisted for the Broadcast Awards - Best Daytime Television Programme. It continues to be available on Channel 4 online, with tutors John Berger, Maggie Hambling, Gary Hume, Humphrey Ocean and Judy Purbeck
MELISSA GORDON / GROUP SHOWS IN THE USA
'Paying a Visit to Mary: 2008 Hall Curatorial Fellowship Exhibition', The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Connecticut, 31 January - 6 June 2010
At Art Since the Summer of �69, New York until January 2010. MORE INFO
'SILK, GRIDS & SOUVENIERS'
'The Long Dark', curated by Michelle Cotton continues at Hatton Gallery, Newcastle until 16 February 2010.
MORE INFO MATTHIAS DORNFELD/ 'HARRISLIEBERMAN'
Matthias Dornfeld first solo show in New York, continues to 16 January. He is also in 'Footloose', the opening exhibition of Galerie Waldburger, Brussels until 16 January 2010.
MORE INFO PAUL JOHNSON/ 'COLLIDER'
MARGINI ARTE CONTEMPRANEA continues until 9 January, Massa, Italy.
MORE INFO RUTH EWAN & ALAN KANE/ 'INSIDERS: EXPERIENCE'
Group show at CAPC Musee d'art contemporain de Bordeaux continues to 7 February 2010. EVA BERENDES / OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND PATTERNS
Art Since the Summer of �69 present 'Objects, Furniture & Patterns', an exhibition of objects, furniture and patterns, December 10, 2009 � January 10, 2010. The gallery has been transformed into a living room, with chairs, tables, lamps, wallpaper, curtains, objects, and art on the walls made by artists, including St�phane Barbier-Bouvet, Eva Berendes, Josh BlackweOlaf Breuning, Marcel Dionne, Bella Foster, Vidya Gastaldon, Lina Viste Gr�nli, Mary Heilmann, Pia Howell, aKiyoshi Kana, Steve Kei, Shio Kusaka, sTakeshi Miyakawa, Laurie Simmons, Max Pitegoff & Travess Smalley, Derek Sullivan, John Tremblay, Ola Vasiljeva, Harm Van Den Dorpel and Amy Yao.
EVA BERENDES AND PETER LINDE BUSK/ 'THE LONG DARK'
'The Long Dark', curated by Michelle Cotton with artists Eva Berendes and Peter Linde Busk alongside Simon Bill, Alexandra Bircken, Nicholas Byrne, Raphael Danke, Peter Linde Busk, Kalin Lindena, Maria Loboda, Bernd Ribbeck, shows at the Hatton Gallery, Newcastle from 4 December 2009 - 16 February 2010.
MATTHIAS DORNFELD/ HARRISLIEBERMAN
Matthias Dornfeld has a solo show at HarrisLieberman, New York, 19.11.09 - 16 January and participates in 'Footloose', the opening exhibition of Galerie Waldburger, Brussels including �Eli Corti�as, Ding Yi, Matthias Dornfeld, � Lynn Hershman Leeson, MadeIn and Jakub Nepras, from 14 November - 16 January 2010.
EVA BERENDES/ PAPER MOON
Eva Berendes, Beni Bischof, Knut Henrik Henriksen, Kim Hjorthøy, Maria Loboda, Paul McDevitt, Riccardo Previdi, Erika Verzutti all exhibit works on paper, in the broadest sense, at Sommer & Kohl, Berlin from 31 October - 19 December.
PAUL JOHNSON/ 'COLLIDER' MARGINI ARTE CONTEMPRANEA
PETER LINDE BUSK / STUDIO VOLTAIRE AT BOLTELANG, ZURICH
Studio Voltaire presents a group of emerging artists from London and Glasgow at BolteLang, Zurich from 31st October - 19 December. The exhibition includes Laura Aldridge, Peter Linde Busk, Joel Croxson, Alistair Frost, Gabriel Hartley, Erika Verzutti and Sam Windett.
EVA BERENDES / JACKY STRENZ GALERIE, FRANKFURT
Eva Berendes presents a solo exhibition titled 'Silk, Grids & Souveniers' at Jacky Strenz Galerie, Frankfurt opening Friday 13 October and continuing through 23 January 2010.
ALAN KANE & JEREMY DELLER/ 'MY YARD'
Alan Kane and Jeremy Deller have curated an exhibition titled 'My Yard' from The British Council Collection for The Whitechapel Gallery, London opening 2 October and continuing until 6 December. Their selection celebrates British people and places through their selection of urban landscapes and examines Britain's industrial history and urban realities as seen by artists throughout the 20th century. Deller and Kane said, ?This exhibition has ended up being about home. The subject may not be immediately recognizable though, (especially to anyone born after 1970) as in the 1980s the UK got a sort of TV makeover, a lick of paint and some up-lighters etc. but the works we are showing indicate a Britain just below the plasterboard of this 'flip' job, a draughty and slightly damp property with foundations that you feel connect it, back through mud and bones, to all you think of when you talk of British history. Works include Edward Wadsworth's dynamic landscapes which reflect the upheaval of industry and World War I, and L.S. Lowry?s painting of his native Manchester, Industrial City, 1948. The Boyle Family find unexpected beauty in the built environment, while John Davies explores urban archaeologies in his photographic studies of Sheffield and Stockport. The folly of utopian town planning is parodied in Paul Noble?s fantastical city drawings. This display marks the British Council's 75th anniversary and is one of five displays presented over one year and selected by guest curators.
ALAN KANE/ 'FRAME', FRIEZE ART FAIR
Alan Kane presents 'The Collection of Mr & Mrs L.M.Kane within Frieze art fair in 2010. This includes his parents' children�s paintings, a photocollageof their grandchildren, a photograph of their audience with Pope John Paul II and less personal souvenir watercolours, mass produced ceramic ornaments and dried flowers. The work questions pejorative definitions of art and resulting cultural and social hierarchies. Kane�s intervention will not be offered for sale. The work follows a number of his recent works that pose similar questions of hierarchy in culture. These include Kane�s recent �Stratford Hoard� 2008/9 for Transport for London and his �Folk Archive� project (realised together with Jeremy Deller) exploring the notion of contemporary �folk art.� Kane satirises art collecting and proposes that his parents� collecting is culturally and intellectually equivalent.
RUTH EWAN & ALAN KANE/ 'INSIDERS: EXPERIENCE'
Both Ruth Ewan and Alan Kane participate in a group show 'Insiders: Experience, Practice, and Know-wow, which will take place at CAPC Musee d'art contemporain de Bordeaux from 9 October 2009 to February 2010, curated by CAPC Bordeaux's Director, Charlotte Laubard.
DES HUGHES/ 'FALLEN OUT OF SPACE'
Des Hughes is included in a group show with Anna Barham, Michael Dean, Andy Holden, Des Hughes, Maaike Schoorel and Claire Todd at the Colllection of Jan Mol, Covent Garden, London from Wednesday 14 October - Tuesday 20 October. For more information please contact Ancient & Modern.
RUTH EWAN/ 'APOCATOPIA'
Including Ruth Ewan, Evi Grigoropoulou, Siobh�n Hapaska and Pil & Galia Kollectiv, the exhibition Apocatopia at Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, 9 October to 22 November 2009, explores the relationship between production, presentation and consumption of contemporary culture by examining the role of money, ritual and desire in a changing cultural, political and economic topography. This exhibition will feature new work by Ruth Ewan inspired by the book Le Gran Catastrophe, produced on her recent International Fellowship residency in Bolivia; new work by Evi Grigoropoulou and Pil & Galia Kollectiv�s full trilogy The Future Trilogy inspired by the IKEA riots of 2005.
EVA BERENDES AND PETER LINDE BUSK/ 'THE LONG DARK'
Curated by Michelle Cotton for The International 3 in Manchester, Eva Berendes and Peter Linde Busk participate in the exhibition titled 'The Long DarK, 26th Sepember - 31st October, with artists Simon Bill, Alexandra Bircken, Nicholas Byrne, Raphael Danke, Peter Linde Busk, Kalin Lindena, Maria Loboda, Bernd Ribbeck (DE)
EVA BERENDES/ DRAWING SCULPTURE
Eva Berendes is included in an exhibition of drawings by sculptors, with work from the 1960's to the present day, at Daimler Contemporary Berlin from 12 September 2009 - 28 February 2010. The artists are Leonor Antunes, Eva Berendes, Hartmut B�hm, Monika Brandmeier, Christo, Dadamaino, Katja Davar, Gia Edzgveradze, Ulrike Flaig, Adolf Fleischmann, Marcia Hafif, Lasse Schmidt Hansen, Rita Hensen, Georg Herold, Oskar Holweck, Claude Horstmann, Markus Huemer, Robert Longo, Fran�ois Morellet, Rupert Norfolk, Silke Radenhausen, Eva-Maria Reiner, Jan Scharrelmann, Oskar Schlemmer, Jan J. Schoonhoven, Auke de Vries, Andy Warhol and Georg Winter.
DES HUGHES/ ART NOW, TATE BRITAIN
Des Hughes showes three iron resin sculptures in 'Beating the Bounds', a group show of contemporary and historical artists in Art Now, Tate Britain, 5 September - 13 December 2009. The other exhibitors are Helene Appel, Frank Auerbach, Glenn Brown, Richard Deacon, Brian Griffiths, Simon Ling, Eduardo Paolozzi and Emily Wardill.
RUTH EWAN/ FLUECHTIGE ZEITEN (LIQUID TIMES)
Ruth Ewan exhibits new work made during her recent residency in Bolivia in a group exhibition titled 'Fluechtige Zeiten (Liquid Times)' at Westf�lischer Kunstverein, Germany, September 11 - November 15, 2009, curated by Katja Schroeder.
RUTH EWAN/ FRIEZE FOUNDATION
Working alongside Resonance104.4fm radio the entire contents of Ruth Ewan's A Jukebox of People Trying to Change the World will be broadcast in its entirety on its own frequency. Started in 2003, the artist�s collection of around 1,500 politically motivated or idealistic songs will last for the exact duration of the Fair. The songs will be broadcast live, day and night, from a booth inside Frieze Art Fair. The project will be titled These Airwaves Neutralise the Tools of Oppression; A Radio Station of People Trying to Change the World.
ALAN KANE/ 'THE HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY'
In 2008, the Victoria & Albert Museum acquired a set of nine large scale photographs from Folk Archive: contemporary popular art from the UK. Purchased with the assistance of Outset Contemporary Art Fund and Paul Myners, the photographs represent the different themes in Folk Archive, which was curated by Alan Kane and Jeremy Deller, and currently continues to be shown as part of the British Council collection. The V&A are currently showing 'Protest House' (2001) in their new display The History of Photography.
'GROUP SHOW: DER ALTE MANN UND DAS MEER'
Matthias Dornfeld is in a group show along with Elfriede Bodem, Salvador Dali, Markus Ebner, Chris Lipomi, Lin May, Jens Ulrich and Johannes Weth taking place in an apartment at 15/16 Kurfursten Strasse, Berlin on the weekend of 26 and 27 June.
'LIFE CLASS: TODAY'S NUDE, CHANNEL 4 & ARTANGEL'
Life Class: Today's Nude takes the life class model out of the privacy of the studio and into the nation's living rooms on daytime TV led by tutors John Berger, Judy Purbeck, Maggi Hambling, Gary Hume and Humphrey Ocean and broadcast at lunchtimes 6-10 July. From 22 June, in advance of the Channel 4 broadcasts, drop-in life drawing classes make temporary appearances in London and four other cities across the UK. Drop-in classes take place in London 22 June - 3 July at Shoreditch Town Hall, east London; The House of St Barnabas in Soho; London Graphic Centre, Covent Garden; The Place, in Bloomsbury; and at the Channel 4 Offices in Westminster. CLICK HERE for more information, addresses and times. Classes in Glasgow, Bristol, Manchester and Southampton take place between 24 June - 4 July
MELISSA GORDON/ �THE LONELY CROWD'
Melissa Gordon presents a solo project at Marianne Boesky�s Project Space, New York, 10 September � 3 October.
MELISSA GORDON/ 'YOUR GOLD TEETH'
Including solo project, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York Melissa Gordon is participating in 'Your Gold Teeth,' a group show curated by Todd Levin from June 19- 15 August at Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, and in September of this year has a solo exhibition in Mariane Boesky Gallery's project space. Further details from the gallery.
MELISSA GORDON/ �REBELLE: KUNST EN FEMINISME�
Melissa Gordon exhibits in a group exhibition titled �Rebelle: Kunst en Feminisme�, from 30 May - 23 August 2009 at Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem in The Netherlands.
RUTH EWAN/ 'REVOLVER'
Ruth Ewan will be exhibiting in 'Revolver', alongside Nina Beier, Anne Collier, Adriana Lara, Lorna Macintyre, Flora Neuwirth, Mai-Thu Perret, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Anne Schneider, Betty Tompkins and Rita Vitorelli at COCO, Vienna 7 May until 21 June, 2009.
ALAN KANE/ 'GONE TO EARTH'
MELISSA GORDON/ 'VARIATIONS ON A THEME'
Showing at Kavi Gupta Gallery in Chicago, 'Variations on a Theme' opened 16 May and continues through 25 July, including Melissa Gordon alongside Benjamin Degen, Jason Karolak, Angel Otero, Baker Overstreet and Cordy Ryman.
ALAN KANE/ 'FLASH COMPANY'
RUTH EWAN/ KÜNSTLERHAUS STUTTGART
MELISSA GORDON/ �ALL CRETANS ARE LIARS, SAID THE CRETAN�
Showing until 6 June (opened 25 April) at Galerie Juliette Jongma, Amsterdam, Melissa Gordon shows alongside Lieke Snellen, Nina Yuen in �All Cretans are liars, said the Cretan�, curated by Jeanine Hofland.
THE DARK FAIR/ KOELNISCHER KUNSTVEREIN
DES HUGHES/ 'CONTINUITY'
Des Hughes will be exhibiting in 'Continuity' at Gimpel Fils, London, from 24 April � 22 May 2009 alongside works by Sandra Blow, Sam Francis, Steven Gontarski, Barbara Hepworth, Arabella Hope, Albert Irvin, Hannah Maybank, Henry Moore, Ben Nicholson and Lucy Stein
MELISSA GORDON/ �MENTAL PUBERTY�
Melissa Gordon participates alongside Chris Evans, Paul Becker, Erik van Lieshout, Paul Sharits, Padraig Timoney, Bedwyr Williams in 'Mental Puberty', a group exhibition at Store, London, curated by Chris Evans. The exhibition, which opened 16 April, continues until 31 May.
EVA BERENDES/ �LES FORMES F�MININES�
RUTH EWAN/ THE NEW MUSEUM, ‘THE GENERATIONAL’
MATTHIAS DORNFELD/ ‘UNDERCLASS ATAVISM’
Matthias Dornfeld will be exhibiting alongside Hansjörg Dobliar, Thomas Helbig and Ralf Ziervogel at Galleria Gentili, Prato in an exhibition curated by Veit Loers from 21 February until 24 April.
EVA BERENDES/ ‘ALL THAT IS SOLID MELTS INTO AIR’
RUTH EWAN/ KIOSKO
RUTH EWAN/ TATE TRIENNIAL 2009
RUTH EWAN/ ‘RANK’
Ruth Ewan will be exhibiting in ‘Rank, picturing the social order, 1516 – 2009’ alongside historical and contemporary works by artists and writers including Victor Burgin, Walter Crane, George Cruikshank, Dexter Dalwood, Gustave Doré, Eric Gill, James Gillray, Alasdair Gray, Thomas Hobbes, William Hogarth, Ambrosius Holbein, Evan Holloway, Jenny Holzer, Mustafa Hulusi, Ernest Jones, Thomas More, Gerhard Richter, Mark Titchner and Markus Vater. The exhibition will tour from Leeds Art Gallery (14 February – 26 April 2009) to the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art (15 May – 11 July 2009) and the Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool (24 July – 5 September 2009).
EVA BERENDES/ ART SCOPE DAIMLER JAPAN 2009
Eva Berendes has been awarded an Art Scope Daimler Japan residency in Tokyo
EVA BERENDES/ SORCHA DALLAS
RUTH EWAN/ GALERIE SANDRA BÜRGEL
EVA BERENDES/ ARNDT & PARTNER
Eva Berendes is exhibiting alongside Günter at Arndt & Partner, Zürich until 17 January 2009.
NADA ART FAIR, MIAMI 2008
ZOO ART FAIR 2008
PETER LINDE BUSK/ ÅRETS UNGE KUNSTNER 2008
RUTH EWAN/ ‘NOUGHT TO SIXTY’
EVA BERENDES/ ‘THE ETERNAL FLAME’
ALAN KANE/ ‘THE STRATFORD HOARD’
EVA BERENDES/ MUSEUM FÜR KONKRETE KUST, WÜRZBURG
DES HUGHES/ ‘FRIENDS AND FAMILY’
DES HUGHES/ ‘WEIßES LÄCHELN’
LISTE 08, BASEL
Ancient & Modern are presenting works by Eva Berendes, Ruth Ewan and Melissa Gordon at LISTE 08 – The Young Art Fair in Basel,
3-8 June. Burgweg 15 CH-4058 Basel.
EVA BERENDES & RUTH EWAN/ INTERVENTION/DECORATION
EVA BERENDES/ GALERIE MEZZANIN
DES HUGHES/ MICHAEL BENEVENTO
JEREMY DELLER & ALAN KANE, 'The Greasy Pole', 2008
JEREMY DELLER & ALAN KANE, YEAR PLANNER 2008
MELISSA GORDON/ ABN AMRO KUNSTPRIJS 2007
NADA ART FAIR, MIAMI 2007
EVA BERENDES/ DAIMLER KUNST SAMMLUNG
PETER LINDE BUSK/ NIELS WESSEL BAGGES KUNSTFOND
Eva Berendes, Peter Linde Busk, Des Hughes and Alan Kane are participating in the group exhibition 'Strange Weight' at Martos Gallery, New York until 19 November. The exhibition, curated by Rob Tufnell, also includes works by Caroline Achaintre, Donald Baechler, John Chamberlain, Poul Gernes, Keith Haring, Yayoi Kusama, Mike Nelson, Nam June Paik, Eduardp Paolozzi, A.R.Penk, Pablo Picasso, David Salle, Richard Serra, Kenny Scharf, Gunna Schmidt, Daniel Silver, Paul Thek Franz West, Andy Warhol and Sam Windett.