Art on the Underground
By Matt's Gallery on 1 February 2016
Ongoing Exhibition David Osbaldeston, The Top & Bottom of It. Mechanism for a Future Reference, Matt’s Gallery (Office) A site-specific installation of moving objects and unstable items embedded within the architecture of Matt’s Gallery’s Office, available to view on Thursday 4 February, between working hours of 10.30am–1pm & 2–5.30pm (closed for lunch between 1–2pm). Viewing by prior arrangement only, one person […]
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 December 2015
The Inaugural David Troostwyk Studio Award exhibition launches at StudioRCA at the Royal College of Art . David Osbaldeston’s site-specific installation for Matt’s Gallery (Office), The Top & Bottom of It. Mechanism for a Future Reference continues, opening to the public on the first Thursday of each month by prior arrangement. Plus exhibitions for Benedict Drew, Imogen Stidworthy, Alison Turnbull, Jordan Baseman, Nathaniel Mellors, Mike Nelson, Matthew Tickle and Anne Bean.
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 October 2015
Gerard Hemswoth’s solo exhibition of recent works continues at Matt’s Gallery until 1 November 2015. Plus exhibitions for Jordan Baseman, Benedict Drew, Alison Turnbull, Hayley Newman, Imogen Stidworthy, Nathaniel Mellors, Richard Grayson, Mike Nelson, Matthew Tickle Jennet Thomas and Jimmie Durham.
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By Matt's Gallery on 22 January 2014
Benedict Drew’s first solo commission at Matt’s Gallery, Heads May Roll, opens. Mike Nelson’s Amnesiac Hide opens at The Power Plant, Toronto; Lindsay Seers’ Urban Visionaries at Canary Wharf Screen, London; plus exhibitions for Nathaniel Mellors, Alison Turnbull, Jordan Baseman, David Osbaldeston, Hayley Newman, Willie Doherty, Imogen Stidworthy and Graham Fagen.
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