By Matt's Gallery on 1 April 2015
Matt Stokes’ solo show Madman in a Lifeboat continues to 24 May 2015. Jennet Thomas launches the UK tour of THE UNSPEAKABLE FREEDOM DEVICE which continues throughout April. Plus exhibitions for Alison Turnbull, Hayley Newman, Imogen Stidworthy, Jordan Baseman, Nathaniel Mellors, Melanie Jackson, David Osbaldeston and Benedict Drew.
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 November 2010
Nathaniel Mellors first museum show opens in the Netherlands; Richard Grayson shows his recent Matt’s Gallery work in Switzerland; and Ben Rivers’ Slow Action will be next at Matt’s Gallery.
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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 January 2010
Forthcoming exhibition at Matt’s Gallery: Jennet Thomas. Elsewhere, Mike Nelson is showing at Gagosian Gallery and the Zabludowicz Collection, London. Click for more details.
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