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By Matt's Gallery on 1 December 2017
Matt’s Gallery is moving to Ron Henocq Fine Art Matt’s Gallery is pleased to announce that in January 2018 it will move to Ron Henocq Fine Art, 92 Webster Road, Bermondsey, London, SE16 4DF. Located next door to Coleman Project Space and a few minutes walk from CGP London/Dilston Grove, 92 was home to the artists Roger Shaw and […]
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By Matt's Gallery on 28 September 2017
Current Marianna Simnett, Worst Gift, Matt’s Gallery, until 22 October 2017, Wednesday – Sunday, 12 – 6pm Matt’s Gallery is pleased to present Worst Gift, a new film installation by Marianna Simnett. Comprising video, liquid, light and sound, Worst Gift continues Simnett’s ongoing exploration of female subjectivity and bodily integrity as they relate to the power dynamics […]
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 November 2014
Current Exhibition REVOLVER II Part 2, a curatorial collaboration by Michael Newman and Robin Klassnik featuring Joëlle Tuerlinckx, Bronwen Buckeridge, Lucia Nogueira continues to 9 November 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 January 2012
Richard Grayson’s The Magpie Index is currently on show at Matt’s Gallery. Nathaniel Mellors’s solo show is open at Cobra Museum, as a result of him winning to 2011 Cobra Art Prize; Imogen Stidworthy has curated an exhibition at Fundacio Antonio Tapies, Barcelona; and Graham Fagen is showing new work at ArtPace, San Antonio.
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 May 2010
Richard Grayson exhibits Messiah, originally commissioned by Matt’s Gallery in 2004, at 17th Biennale of Sydney, 12 May-1 August 2010, curated by David Elliott. Mike Nelson selected to represent Britain at the 2011 Venice Biennale. British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale is commissioned by the British Council. Jennet Thomas All Suffering SOON TO END! (installation […]
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