By Matt's Gallery on 7 February 2019
In Memory of Susan Hiller 7 March 1940 – 28 January 2019 “In all my work I was attempting to erase the supposed boundary between dream life and waking life. Because what I do… is to pull out for scrutiny those images or ideas which are visual, visible, but are rendered invisible and therefore marginalized.” Susan Hiller, […]
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By Matt's Gallery on 3 April 2018
Upcoming Jo Bruton, Run, Matt’s Gallery, 92 Webster Road, London, 7 – 15 April, Private View 6 April 6-9pm Jo Bruton’s second show at Matt’s Gallery sees the artist expanding her practice as a painter into a series of printed wallpapers. Hand painted, digitally produced and then pasted to the walls of the gallery, the piece has […]
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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 1 August 2015
Matt’s Gallery’s Autumn Programme launches with a solo exhibition of recent works by Gerard Hemsworth. Also in September the first public event as part of The Blackrock Artist Residency Programme will see works by residency artists Rebecca Birch, Bronwen Buckeridge, David Cheeseman and Roy Voss sited throughout the Lydney Park Estate on the edge of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. Plus exhibitions for Alison Turnbull, Hayley Newman, Imogen Stidworthy, Melanie Jackson, Jennet Thomas, Paul Rooney, Richard Grayson, Mike Nelson, Matthew Tickle, Anne Bean, Lindsay Seers and Benedict Drew.
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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 […]
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 June 2013
Deadness by Jordan Baseman is now open at Matt’s Gallery and Susan Hiller’s recent Matt’s Gallery commission Channels tours to France. Artist’s exhibitions elsewhere include Imogen Stidworthy at M HKA, Nathaniel Mellors at Baltimore Museum of Art, Willie Doherty at IMMA, Graham Fagen at the Royal Scottish Academy and Lindsay Seers at Toulouse International Art Festival.
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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.
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By Matt's Gallery on 2 December 2012
Matt’s Gallery is pleased to represent Benedict Drew. Read all the other gallery news including forthcoming exhibitions at the gallery and elsewhere. International exhibitions include Lindsay Seers, Willie Doherty, Nathaniel Mellors and Alison Turnbull.
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