Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
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.
Posted in News | Tagged 3rd Athens Biennial, 52nd October Salon, Aberystwyth Art Centre, Anne Bean, Art Monthly, ArtPace, Before the Law, Beyond Deception, Brian Catling, British Art Show 7, British Pavilion, Camden Arts Centre, Centro Cultural Montehermoso, Cobra Museum, Dark Matters, Disturbance, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Emma Hart, Erik Steen Gallery, Fondacio Antonio Tapies, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Genesis Cinema, Government Art Collection: Selected by Cornelia Parker: Richard of York Gave Battle in Vain, Graham Fagen, Hayley Newman, Imogen Stidworthy, In the First Circle, Jennet Thomas, Jerwood/ Film and Video Umbrella Award, Jimmie Durham, Jordan Baseman, Lifelike, Lindsay Seers, Lonestar International Film Festival, mac Birmingham, Mike Nelson, Missing, Modern Art Oxford, MoMA PS1, MONODROME, Museum Ludwig, Nathaniel Mellors, Paul Rooney, Performa 11, Project Arts Centre, R.I.P., Re.act feminism #2, Reclaim the Mural, School of Change, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, September 11, SOLOS, Static, Susan Hiller, Terminal Convention, The Box: Season 6, The Engine Room Festival and Conference, The Last of the Red Wine (the prequel/sequel), The Last Walk, The Slaughterhouse, Their Wonderlands, TO DO, TokyoWonderSite, Un'Expressione Geografica, Venice Biennale, Whitechapel Gallery, Whitworth Art Gallery, Willie Doherty | Leave a response
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.
Posted in News | Tagged Alison Turnbull, Alma Enterprises, ArtPace, Ben Rivers, Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival, Brian Catling, British Art Show 7, British Pavilion, Carl von Weiler, CCA, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo, City Gallery, Cobra Art Prize, Comma Press, CRAC Alsace, Dark Matters, Dilston Grove, Disturbance, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Edinburgh Documentary Film Festival, Ellipse, Emma Hart, EROI, Fiona Crisp, Focal Point Gallery, Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, For a Republic of Dreams, Galerie Arena, Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Gallery TPW, Government Art Collection: Selected by Cornelia Parker: Richard of York Gave Battle in Vain, Graham Fagen, Hayley Newman, Helmsdale, Hypercolon, I will talk with anyone who will talk with me, If only you could see us now: the Robert Chipperfield Bequest, Imogen Stidworthy, Ingleby Gallery, Jarman Award, Jimmie Durham, Jordan Baseman, Kenneth Armitage Foundation, la Biennale di Venezia, La chanson, Lemistry: A Celebration of the Work of Stanislaw Lem, Lindsay Seers, Lofoten International Art Festival, Lucy Gunning, Metro Arts, Mike Nelson, MoMA PS1, Mystics or Rationalists?, Nathaniel Mellors, Outrageous Fortune, Paul Rooney, QUILL TWO, Rachel Withers, Richard Grayson, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, Scottish Summer Exhibition, September 11, SMART Project Space, Southampton City Art Gallery, Susan Hiller, Suzanne Treister, Ten Women who use Film, The Dandy Doctrine, The Flemming Collection, The Golden Space City of God, The Objectivist Studio, The Provisional Texture of Reality, The Trilogy (Extramission 2), This is what I do, Timespan, TO DO, TokyoWonderSite, ubuweb, Un'Expressione Geografica, Unfinished Business, Wallington Hall, Whitechapel Gallery, Whitworth Art Gallery, Willie Doherty | Leave a response