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SEAN SCULLY – THE HILTI ART FOUNDATION

Sean Scully – The Hilti Art Foundation

The Hilti Art Foundation
Schaan, Liechtenstein

Since May 2015, Lichtenstein Art Museum is expanded by the Hilti Art Foundation’s new exhibition building and enriched by an internationally renowned private art collection.

With the new exhibition spaces, the Hilti Art Foundation continues and intensifies its long-standing collaboration with the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein.

Since the May 2015 opening of its exhibition building adjoining Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, the Hilti Art Foundation has presented a changing selection of paintings, sculptures and objects from the holdings in its art collection, covering the period from classical modernism to the present. The current selection includes works by Gauguin, Picasso, Klee, Kandinsky, Dubuffet, Giacometti, Scully and others.

To visit Sean Scully’s artist page, click here.
For more information on The Hilti Art Foundation, please click here.

LITTLE SPARTA – SATURDAY MINI BUS SERVICE & EXTENDED OPENING HOURS

Little Sparta – The garden of Ian Hamilton Finlay
Dunsyre
United Kingdom

Little Sparta has extended the usual opening times. In 2018 Little Sparta will be open to the public on Saturday afternoons between 12.30pm and 5 pm (last admission 4 pm).

There will be minibus transport available on certain Saturdays throughout the season:

2 June, 7 July, 4,11,18,25 August and 1 September.

The bus will depart from the Scottish Poetry Library at 11.30 am. The return trip will depart from the Little Sparta car park at 3.30 pm.

Booking for this service is essential.
Please visit the following page to book tickets, here.

THOMAS JOSHUA COOPER & RICHARD FORSTER – RA SUMMER EXHIBITION

Thomas Joshua Cooper and Richard Forster
250th Summer Exhibition
The Royal Academy, London
12 June – 19 August

This year’s Summer Exhibition has been coordinated by Grayson Perry RA. The hanging committee includes Royal Academicians Allen Jones, Chris Orr, Christopher Le Brun, Conrad Shawcross, Cornelia Parker, David Mach, Emma Stibbon, Humphrey Ocean, Phyllida Barlow, Piers Gough and Tom Phillips.

Both artists are showing large monochromatic works, which respond to the landscape and evoke a sense of place.

Exhibited works:

Thomas Joshua Cooper
Looking towards Scotland, Darien and Caledonia – failure and alienation, Bahia Escocese, Puerto Escocés, San Blas Tribal Territory, Panama, Central America, 2004/2015
Silver gelatin print, hand toned & printed by the artist.
70 x 100cm print size

Richard Forster
Incoming seas’ edge on three consecutive occasions at random time intervals, Saltburn Jan 3, 2016, 11:18 – 11:20am, 2016
Graphite and acrylic medium on Fabriano Artistico paper
Three parts
45.5 x 30.3 cm page size (each part)

For more information on Thomas Joshua Cooper, visit the artist’s page.
For more information on Richard Forster, visit the artist’s page here.

KAY ROSEN – DO I HAVE TO DRAW YOU A PICTURE?

Kay Rosen
DO I HAVE TO DRAW YOU A PICTURE?
The Heong Gallery
Cambridge
16 June – 7 October

Kay Rosen is one of the artists exhibiting in the eighth exhibition at the Heong Gallery, which engages with themes of communication, breakdown of communication, and isolation. It brings together a collection of contemporary American and British prints from the British Museum, and works in various media from private lenders, including prints, postcards, books, diagrammatic drawing, sign painting, tape recording, neon, LED, enamel plaques, bunting, and campaign posters.

For full exhibition details visit Heong Gallery’s website.
For more information on Kay Rosen, visit the artist’s page here.

 

DAVID BATCHELOR – PSYCHOGEOMETRY 2

David Batchelor
Psychogeometry 2
Site Eight, RMIT building,
Melbourne, Australia
9 May – 24 May 2018

In this exhibition David Batchelor will show over one hundred drawings together with photographs, some new animations and a group of sculptures made during his visit to Melbourne.

David Batchelor will also be speaking at a public talk on Wednesday, May 9, from 7.30pm.

For more information on David Batchelor visit the artist’s page here.
For further details on the exhibition and public event, please visit RMIT University’s website.

KATIE PATERSON – FUTURE LIBRARY FOREST WITH ELIF SHAFAK

2 June 2018
Nordmarka Forest, Oslo

The award-winning Turkish novelist Elif Shafak will hand over a new manuscript for Katie Paterson’s Future Library. An intimate ceremony will be held to mark this historical occasion. Join Elif Shafak as she hands over her manuscript and gives a reading. Following the forest ceremony, Elif Sharak will give a public talk at the Deichmanske Library.

A forest has been planted in Norway, which will supply paper for a special anthology of books to be printed in 100 years time. Between now and then, one writer every year will contribute a text, with the writings held in trust, unread and unpublished, until the year 2114.

For more information on Katie Paterson, visit the artist’s page here.
For further details, please visit the Future Library’s website.
Find details on the public talk on the Deichmanske Library’s website.

INGLEBY AND KEVIN HARMAN AT FRIEZE, NEW YORK

Frieze, New York
Randall’s Island Park
Ingleby Booth D33
3 – 6 May (Previews Wednesday 2nd & Thursday 3rd)

For Frieze New York 2018 Ingleby is exhibiting a dedicated solo presentation of works by Kevin Harman.

Kevin Harman was born in Scotland in 1982. His Skip series is an ongoing project where he seeks out a skip or dumpster on a Friday night, full of the week’s rubbish from a construction site. After the labourers have clocked off for the weekend Harman works tirelessly for the next 48 hours, sorting and categorising the detritus by colour and material, carefully returning the contents to the dumpster, arranged into an oddly formal sculpture. Skip 16, on view here, was made last week on the streets of New York.

Harman’s glassworks are positioned somewhere between painting and sculpture. These abstractions are at once seductively beautiful and challengingly physical. They too have their origins in materials more commonly associated with the construction industry (in this case double-glazing window units and recycled household paints). The artist splits the toughened glass panels in order to pour, layer and drip household paint onto the interior cavity. The resulting images balance the artist’s intentions with moments of chance, and a sense of the original object being something entirely new – a window that defies logic; a surface that is simultaneously opaque and flat, but with apparently swimming depths.

For further details contact artfair@inglebygallery.com.

Watch a short film on Kevin Harman’s studio practice here.
Watch a short film of Skip 16 in the making here.
For an article in The Art Newspaper published 2nd May, 2018, on Kevin Harman click here.
For an article in The Times published 28th April, 2018, on Kevin Harman, click here.

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