14 05 2013
David Austen & David Batchelor at New Art Centre, Salisbury
Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?
18 May – 14 July 2013
Artists’ House, New Art Centre
Works by David Austen and David Batchelor will be shown in Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?, a related group show with Eva Rothschild and Clare Woods’s major exhibitions at New Art Centre, Salisbury.
Other artists include Tom Gidley, Des Hughes, Linder, Andrew Munks, Simon Periton, Noah Sherwood and Wiebke Siem.
For further information, please visit New Art Centre website
06 05 2013
Peter Liversidge – one-day pop-up exhibition in London
12 — 8pm
David Evans in conversation with Peter Liversidge
3.30 — 5pm
Saturday 18 May 2013
WORK in London
Peter Liversidge will be included in a one-day pop-up exhibition on Saturday 18 May 2013 at WORK in London to celebrate launching a new book “The Art of Walking: A Field Guide”, the first extensive survey of walking in contemporary art edited by David Evans. He will be at a talk event with David Evans in the afternoon.
Other artists featured in the publication, include Francis Alÿs, Tim Edgar, Christian Edwardes, Simon Faithfull, Oleg Kulik, Tom Lovelace, Sophy Rickett, Susan Stockwell and Krzysztof Wodiczko.
For more information, please visit WORK’s website.
03 05 2013
David Batchelor at Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
David Batchelor: Flatlands
4 May – 14 July 2013
Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
Perhaps best known for his vividly coloured sculptural installations, this exhibition will be the first in-depth survey of David Batchelor’s drawings, paintings and photographic work.
For more information, please visit the Fruitmarket Gallery website.
30 04 2013
Peter Liversidge at the Ulster Museum in Belfast
Revealed: Government Art Collection
15 March – 9 June 2013
Peter Liversidge’s work is being shown in the first touring exhibition from Government Art Collection at Ulster Museum in Belfast.
Over 160 works from this 114-year-old collection comprising the exhibition are usually displayed in British government buildings around the world, raising the profile of the art and artists and contributing to cultural diplomacy.
Other artists include Anthony van Dyck, Graham Sutherland, Andy Warhol, Tracey Emin, Martin Creed, Gary Hume, Ed Ruscha and Grayson Perry.
For more information about the exhibition, please visit the Ulster Museum’s website.
26 04 2013
2013 Drawing Biennial at the Drawing Room, London
Drawing Biennial 2013
18 April – 14 May 2013
The 2013 Drawing Biennial at the Drawing Room features over 200 specially made drawings from a range of internationally recognised and emerging artists. The exhibition includes works by Ingleby Gallery artists David Austen, David Batchelor and Peter Liversidge.
All of the works in the exhibition are available to purchase through an online auction and funds from sales will support the Drawing Room’s exhibition programme.
For more information, please visit the Drawing Room’s website.
19 04 2013
Katie Paterson at Mead Gallery
2 May – 22 June 2013
Katie Paterson will be exhibiting at Mead Gallery in Warwick. Katie Paterson: In Another Time will be touring to: Fundacao Leal Rios, Lisbon; La Casa Encendida, Madrid and Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Read information from Mead Gallery here.
Mead Gallery website
19 04 2013
Katie Paterson at Kettle’s Yard
26 April – 23 June 2013
Katie Paterson will be exhibiting at Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge.
Read the information from Kettle’s Yard here.
Kettle’s Yard website