By Matt's Gallery on 2 April 2020
This is a space we would usually dedicate to news and updates from Matt’s Gallery and our represented and associated artists over a two-month period. With the temporary closure of arts spaces across the globe, artists, galleries and institutions are generously making a huge variety of resources publicly available online. This month, we have put together a selection […]
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By Matt's Gallery on 2 August 2019
Matt’s Gallery is closed throughout August and will reopen in September. Upcoming Susan Hiller, Ghost / TV, Matt’s Gallery, London. Private view 22 September 3-6pm, 25 September -27 October 2019, Wed-Sun 12- 6pm Matt’s Gallery presents Ghost / TV an exhibition of objects and video by Susan Hiller that continues her investigations into the numinous, the ephemeral, […]
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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 October 2012
October news from Matt’s Gallery: Revolver continues at the gallery and Brian Catling’s novel The Vorrh is launched. Artists’ exhibitions elsewhere include projects by Mike Nelson, Fiona Crisp, and Emma Hart. Nathaniel Mellors, Benedict Drew and Ben Rivers are shortlisted for the prestigious Jarman Award.
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 August 2012
Revolver, a new curatorial initiative at Matt’s Gallery, opens. Roy Voss, Cast opens at Dilston Grove. Projects elsewhere include Lindsay Seers’ Artangel commission, Imogen Stidworthy in Busan Biennale and Nathaniel Mellors in Media City Seoul.
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 November 2011
Emma Hart’s solo exhibition at Matt’s Gallery runs until 20 November 2011. Jordan Baseman’s film Green Lady and book 1973 will be screened and launched at Genesis Cinema. Emma Hart has won a Film and Video Umbrella/ Jarman Award and Nathaniel Mellors is taking part in Performa 11.
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 August 2011
Forthcoming exhibitions: Emma Hart at Matt’s Gallery and Brian Catling, QUILL TWO, Matt’s Gallery at Dilston Grove. Other news includes Nathaniel Mellors winning the Cobra Art Prize; Imogen Stidworthy is shortlisted for the Jarman Award, and Mike Nelson and Susan Hiller are in a group show at MoMA PS1, New York.
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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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