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 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 30 March 2017
Upcoming David Batchelor, PSYCHOGEOMETRY, Matt’s Gallery, private view 23 April 3 – 6pm, exhibition runs 26 April – 11 June 2017, Wednesday – Sunday, 12 – 6pm For his first exhibition at Matt’s Gallery, David Batchelor will show his first wall drawings together with an installation of over a hundred spray-painted works on paper. Each […]
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By Matt's Gallery on 3 December 2013
Gallery News Matt’s Gallery Offsite Exhibition Willie Doherty, UNSEEN, City Factory Gallery, Derry, until 4 January 2014 UNSEEN is a major exhibition of photographic and video works by Willie Doherty, curated by Matt’s Gallery, London and Nerve Centre, Derry. The exhibition will be a core part of Derry’s City of Culture celebrations and is accompanied […]
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 October 2013
Lindsay Seers’ second exhibition at Matt’s Gallery opens, as well as the UK premiere of her work Monocular at QUAD, Derby. Willie Doherty’s major exhibition UNSEEN, curated by Matt’s Gallery, London and Nerve Centre, Derry, opens in Derry with a significant new publication. Elsewhere, Mike Nelson, Jordan Baseman, David Osbaldeston and Alison Turnbull all have solo shows of new work at venues in the UK and further afield.
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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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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 June 2012
Current exhibitions at Matt’s Gallery: Fiona Crisp and Jennet Thomas. Elsewhere, Willie Doherty, Susan Hiller and Jimmie Durham are all showing new work in Kassel as part of the major international exhibition dOCUMENTA (13).
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