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James Hugonin – Artist Talk

The ACE / ASK series of artists’ talks
James Hugonin – Contrary Rhythm

20 March 2014, 6.30-8.30pm
St John’s Church, Pitfield Street, London N1 6NP

James Hugonin will talk about his window installation Contrary Rhythm for St John’s Church in Healey, Northumberland as a joint winner of the current ACE Awards for Art in a Religious Context.

For further information about the event, please visit ACE (Art & Christianity Enquiry) website.

Richard Forster in Milan

Year After Year. Opere su carta dalla UBS Art Collection
21 March – 21 June 2014
GAM – Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Milano, Italy

Work by Richard Forster is included in the exhibition Year After Year. Opere su carta dalla UBS Art Collection curated by Francesco Bonami.

This showcase examines the artistic production on paper through 50 works by 33 acclaimed international artists working from the 1960s to today, and is the first in Italy featuring works from the renowned UBS Art Collection, one of the world’s largest corporate contemporary art collections.

For further information about the event, please visit UBS website.

EAF 2014 programme announced

The 2014 Edinburgh Art Festival programme has just been announced on their website.

Highlights include:

• Major exhibitions by Susan Hiller, John Byrne and Leon Morrocco, together with a new commission by Tris Vonna-Michell.

• A wave of new exhibitions opening as part of GENERATION, a landmark event celebrating 25 years of contemporary art in Scotland. This includes shows by Katie Paterson and Mick Peter at Jupiter Artland, Dalziel + Scullion at Dovecot Studios, Jim Lambie at The Fruitmarket Gallery, alongside group presentations of key contemporary Scottish artists at National Galleries of Scotland and Talbot Rice Gallery amongst others.

Ingleby Gallery will present Ideas, a major solo exhibition of Katie Paterson’s most recent works including Fossil Necklace and Second Moon as part of the nationwide GENERATION project.

To view the full programme details for the 2014 Edinburgh Art Festival, please click here.

Katie Paterson at Adelaide Festival 2014 in Australia

Worlds in Collision: Adelaide International 2014
28 February – 28 March 2014
Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia

The Adelaide Festival is Australia’s largest multi-arts annual festival, with a strong tradition of innovation and excellence.

Katie Paterson, along with Susan Hiller, is one of the selected artists for Worlds in Collision: Adelaide International 2014. This event, curated by Richard Grayson, features visual artists who suggest new ways of modelling and imagining the world, who map the edges of what is known, and who investigate the potentials of what might lie beyond across four different sites.

Paterson showcases her ongoing year-long project ‘Second Moon’, which involves a fragment of the moon circling the earth for one year via air-freight courier on a man-made orbit.

For further information about the event, please visit Adelaide Festival’s website.

Roger Ackling at sleeper

David Blackaller and Roger Ackling: Sundays
10 – 20 March 2014
sleeper, Edinburgh

Work by Roger Ackling will be on display in the exhibition Sundays at sleeper in Edinburgh, along with David Blackaller’s work.

For more information, please visit sleeper’s website.

Peter Liversidge at Frome, Somerset

Instructions for an Ordinary Utopia
22 March – 4 May 2014 (Launch: 22 March, 3 – 6pm)
Foreground, Frome, Somerset

Instructions for an Ordinary Utopia features new artworks made especially for Frome by leading British artists Simon & Tom Bloor, Ruth Proctor and Peter Liversidge.

The newly commissioned works are sited in overlooked public locations in the town, and created in forms that can be distributed directly to the audience outside of the gallery structure, such as unlimited multiples, publications and posters. They are inspired by the interlocking ideas of the manifesto or proposition, the utopian potential of education and popular communication.

For further information about the project, please visit Foreground’s website.

Tommy Grace at Copenhagen, Denmark

This is our Music//This is our Art
opens on 21 February 2014

Tommy Grace has been included in the group exhibition in Copenhagen, Denmark.

All the artwork in this exhibition is by people who started as, or are primarily known as musicians and all the music is by those who primarily known as or were originally artists.

For further information on the exhibition, please visit David Risley Gallery’s website.

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