By Matt's Gallery on 3 April 2019
Current Matthew Krishanu, House of Crows, Matt’s Gallery, London, continues until 7 April, open daily 12-6pm Matt’s Gallery’s current exhibition at Webster Road centres around two series of images that the painter Matthew Krishanu has been developing over a number of years: House of God, which depicts landscapes punctuated by the crosses of churches, and Crow, a […]
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 April 2011
Next exhibition at Matt’s Gallery: Imogen Stidworthy. Other artists’ news includes Nathaniel Mellors at the ICA, London; Lindsay Seers at the Baltic, Gateshead; Susan Hiller at Tate Britain; Mike Nelson in the Singapore Biennale; and Jordan Baseman in residence at St John’s College, Oxford.
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 September 2010
Artists’ news and projects this month includes: Mike Nelson’s The Coral Reef is on show at Tate Britain; Lindsay Seers is showing at Mead Gallery, Warwick; and Polytechnic curated by Richard Grayson is on at Raven Row.
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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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By Matt's Gallery on 1 March 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. The British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale is commissioned by the British Council Jennet Thomas All Suffering SOON TO END! […]
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