By Matt's Gallery on 1 March 2012
Willie Doherty and Nathaniel Mellors exhibitions are on view at Matt’s Gallery, and the gallery programme for 2012-13 is announced. Other exhibitions include Jimmie Durham at Museum Ludwig, Lindsay Seers at Bonniers Konsthall and Alison Turnbull at Talbot Rice.
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By Matt's Gallery on 1 January 2012
Richard Grayson’s The Magpie Index is currently on show at Matt’s Gallery. Nathaniel Mellors’s solo show is open at Cobra Museum, as a result of him winning to 2011 Cobra Art Prize; Imogen Stidworthy has curated an exhibition at Fundacio Antonio Tapies, Barcelona; and Graham Fagen is showing new work at ArtPace, San Antonio.
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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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