By Matt's Gallery on 7 October 2014
Current Exhibition REVOLVER II Part 1, a curatorial collaboration by Michael Newman and Robin Klassnik featuring Deirdre O’Dwyer, Lizzie Hughes, Danh Võ, Lucia Nogueira, continues to 5 October 2014. X Marks the Bokship hosts a programme of events. Exhibitions for Susan Hiller, Mike Nelson, Lindsay Seers, Willie Doherty, Graham Fagen, Imogen Stidworthy, Paul Rooney and Jordan Baseman. Nathaniel Mellors nominated for Contemporary Arts Society’s Annual Award.
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 August 2014
Gallery News Forthcoming Exhibition REVOLVER II, a curatorial collaboration by Michael Newman and Robin Klassnik, 10 September–14 December 2014 REVOLVER II comprises a fast-paced three-part series of group exhibitions to investigate the manifestation of knowledge in relation to artists who work with or reference text and publishing. All selected works over the series of the […]
Posted in News | Tagged AKINCI, Alison Turnbull, Amsterdam, Animate Projects, BALTIC 39, Barcelona, Benedict Drew, Blackpool, CGP London, Channels, Craig Barnes, Danh Vo, David Batchelor, De Pont Museum, Deirdre O'Dwyer, Den Haag, Focal Point Gallery, Galeria Leme, Generation, Graham Fagen, Hayley Newman, Hayward Gallery, Hayward Touring, Imogen Stidworthy, James Coleman, Jennet Thomas, Jordan Baseman, Latvia, Le Cartel, Lindsay Seers, Lisa Cooley Gallery, Listening, Lizzie Hughes, Lucia Nogueira, Marseille, Michael Newman, Michaelis Galleries, Monocular, Nathaniel Mellors, Outlandia, Peter Liversidge, Remote Performances, Revolver, Royal Acdemy of Arts, Sam Belifante, Sami Artist Centre, Sao Paulo, Scotland, Shandy Hall, Space-Time: The Future, Stroom, Supernormal Festival, Susan Hiller, Taipei Biennial, The Book Lovers, The Gluts, The Grundy Gallery, Tillburg, Toulouse, Willie Doherty, Wysing Art Centre, X Marks the Bokship | Leave a response
By Matt's Gallery on 10 February 2013
All the latest news from Matt’s Gallery: Exhibitions at the gallery by Susan Hiller and Mike Nelson; and exhibitions internationally by Matt’s Gallery artists including Imogen Stidworthy, Benedict Drew, Hayley Newman and Robin Klassnik.
Posted in News | Tagged 971 horses and 4 zebras, AKINCI, Akumulatory 2, Alison Turnbull, Ariadne's Thread, Art Exchange, Art Space Gallery, Benedict Drew, Berlin Independent Film Festival, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Camden Arts Centre, Casa del Lector, Castlefield Gallery, Channels, Contemporary Art Spaces Tasmania, DEPO, Eastside Projects, EFA Project Space, Emma Hart, Fargo Film Festival, Film in Space, Fiona Crisp, Garage Rotterdam, Hayley Newman, How to Tell a Story, Imogen Stidworthy, John Hansard Gallery, Jordan Baseman, Kiasma, Lindsay Seers, Looking at the View, M HKA, M6, Melanie Jackson, Mike Nelson, Milton Keynes Gallery, More things (To the memory of Honoré de Balzac), Museum of Contemporary Art Krakow, Narratives of Arrival and Resolution, Nathaniel Mellors, Newlyn Art Gallery, Rachel Lowe, Reality Bites, Relatively Absolute, Revealed: Government Art Collection, Revolving Woman, Robin Klassnik, Sacha, Secretion, Statens Museum for Kunst, Susan Hiller, Tate Britain, The Book Lovers, The Exchange, The Future's Not What It Used to Be, To that Wallpaper Vault, Transformation, Transformism, University of Bristol, While It Lasts, Willie Doherty, Wysing Arts Centre | Leave a response
By Matt's Gallery on 1 January 2010
Forthcoming exhibition at Matt’s Gallery: Jennet Thomas. Elsewhere, Mike Nelson is showing at Gagosian Gallery and the Zabludowicz Collection, London. Click for more details.
Posted in News | Tagged 176 Zabludowicz Collection, 303 Gallery, AKINCI, All Suffering SOON TO END!, Amikan Toren, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, Architectural Intervention, Arnolfiini, Artsway, BALTIC, Buried, David Osbaldeston, De Hallen, De La Warr Pavilion, Dundee Science Centre, Face History, Film & Video, Fiona Crisp. Subterrania, Gagosian Gallery, Glasgow Sculpture Studios, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Gstaad Film Festival, Ian Breakwell, Imogen Stidworthy, Impressions Gallery, International Festival of Artists' Films, Jennet Thomas, Jimmie Durham, John Rylands Library, Jordan Baseman, Kurimanzutto, LoBe, Locus+, Mike Nelson, Nathaniel Mellors, Newlyn Art Gallery, Paul Carter, Recente Aanwinsten, Richard Grayson, The Elusive State of Happiness, The Fruitmarket Gallery, The Most Powerful Weapon in this World..., The Photographer's Gallery, The Provincial Forge, The Quad Gallery, The Russian Club Gallery, Wellcome Collection's Identity Project, Willie Doherty | Leave a response