25 11 2014
Ian Hamilton Finlay at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
Beauty and Revolution: The Poetry and Art of Ian Hamilton Finlay
Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
6 December 2014 – 1 March 2015
The exhibition, devised by Professor Stephen Bann and coming from his private collection, traces Ian Hamilton Finlay’s artistic development from the poems that made him Britain’s most internationally acclaimed concrete poet to the images and texts that marked his engagement with the ideas of the French Revolution. It also presents his famous garden, Little Sparta, in photographs and film.
For more information, please visit the Kettle’s Yard website.
21 11 2014
Alec Finlay – Hauser & Wirth, Somerset
Panel Discussion: Art in The Landscape
Hauser & Wirth, Somerset
22 November, 3 pm
A panel of leading artists, curators and commissioners including artist, Alec Finlay; Clare Lilley, Director of Programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park and Robert and Nicky Wilson, co-founders of Jupiter Artland, will be looking at how practitioners have responded to the ever-shifting definition of the landscape. Alice Workman, Director of Hauser & Wirth Somerset, will chair the discussion.
This event has now sold out. For further information visit www.hauserwirthsomerset.com.
19 11 2014
David Austen – De La Warr Pavillion
Gallery 2, De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill on Sea
13 December 2014 – 8 February 2015
Following the success of The Nakeds at The Drawing Room, London, this group exhibition curated by David Austen will be presented at De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill on Sea.
The exhibition explores drawings of the body exposed and includes works by David Austen, Joseph Boyce, Maria Lassnig amongst many others.
Free admission. For further information visit the DLWP website here: www.dlwp.com
01 11 2014
Katie Paterson – Baltic|39
They Used to Call it the Moon
Baltic Centre, Newcastle
30 October 2014 – 11 January 2015
Expanded from the popular research presentation at BALTIC 39 this group exhibition explores the enduring iconography of the moon in the artistic imagination. Timepieces, 2014 by Katie Paterson – a set of nine clocks calibrated to reflect the time on the Moon and each of the planets of our Solar System – will be presented in this exhibition focusing on lunar mythology past and present.
29 10 2014
Peter Liversidge – basis
as we are
basis, gutleutstraße 8-12, Frankfurt
21 November 2014 – 25 January 2015
For this solo exhibition, the artist’s first in Germany, Peter Liversidge has prepared 22 proposals. Each hand-typed text suggests an action to be performed in a social, institutional or architectural context. These may be easy to do, or be quite impossible to realise but all encourage a playful and often ironic take on our everyday world.
For more information visit the basis website by following the link here
23 10 2014
Katie Paterson – Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Award
Ingleby Gallery is delighted to announce that Katie Paterson has been nominated for the Art category of Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Award 2014. This award celebrates Scots who excel in their field and are pioneering new developments across Scotland’s cultural spectrum and the public vote will decide the winner of each category.
During her exhibition at Ingleby Gallery this summer Paterson launched her 100-year-long public art project Future Library; a forest planted in Oslo which will eventually become the paper onto which a collection of 100 texts are printed with Margaret Atwood was announced as the first contributing author. Paterson also returned a re-cast meteorite into space in August via the European Space Agency which has become the first ever artwork aboard the International Space Station.
Cast your vote for Katie Paterson to win the Award before November 9 online here
21 10 2014
Alison Watt – Sainsbury Centre
Reality: Modern & Contemporary British Painting
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art, Norfolk
27 September 2014 – 1 March 2015
An exhibition bringing together the work of 50 of the most influential British Artists of the last sixty years. Alison Watt is represented with other major painters of the 20th and 21st Centuries whose uncompromising and direct way of working retains a strong reference to the real world, and confronts ‘the stuff of life’.
For more information visit the Sainsbury Centre website here.