School of Change
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 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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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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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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