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 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 April 2011
Next exhibition at Matt’s Gallery: Imogen Stidworthy. Other artists’ news includes Nathaniel Mellors at the ICA, London; Lindsay Seers at the Baltic, Gateshead; Susan Hiller at Tate Britain; Mike Nelson in the Singapore Biennale; and Jordan Baseman in residence at St John’s College, Oxford.
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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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