PRESS Clare Kenny featured on Residency Unlimited
As an Alumni, Clare Kenny has been featured on Residency Unlimited’s website for her curated exhibition ‘If I was Rich Girl’ at Kunst Raum Reihen. Read more here.
PRESS Kato Six’s solo show in After Nyne
Chris Bayley, curator of ‘State of Matter’, Kato Six’s first UK solo show, has written a column about the exhibition for After Nyne. Read more here.
NEWS Sam Porritt lecture at Kunsthalle Zürich
Sam Porritt will be giving a lecture at Kunsthalle Zürich on 21 March at 8pm. More information here.
NEWS Tim Etchells group show at Camberwell Space
Tim Ecthells is included in the group show ‘Go With The Flow/Swim Against The Tide’ at Camberwell Space, London. Read more here
NEWS Tim Etchells group show at Kunsthalle Mainz, DE
Tim Etchells will be exhibiting in the group show ‘Between Us’ at Kunsthalle Mainz, DE. Read more here
NEWS Charlie Godet Thomas solo show at Assembly Point
Charlie Godet Thomas’ solo show ‘Dim Lit’ at Assembly Point, London, UK opening on the 14 March and running 15 March – 20 April 2019. More information here
NEWS Charlie Godet Thomas group show with Isthisit?
Charlie Godet Thomas will be exhibiting in the group show ‘Trust is the Ultimate Currency’ curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight as part of Isthisit? at Harlesden High Street. The show will accompany issue 6 of their publication.
More information here
NEWS Charlie Godet Thomas group show at Paradise Works, Manchester
Charlie Godet Thomas will be exhibiting as part of the group show ‘Mission to Touch the Sun: Sun Burnt’ at Paradise Works, Manchester. 8 February 2019 – 17 February 2019.
NEWS Tim Etchells is part of the group exhibition ‘Something Common’
Tim Etchells will be exhibiting in the group show ‘Something Common’ at Ebensperger Rhomberg. The exhibition runs from 27 January 2019 – 09 March 2019. Read more here
NEWS Charlie Godet Thomas in the upcoming sixth issue of the isthisit? book
Charlie Godet Thomas is included in the upcoming sixth issue of the isthisit? book, which contains artworks and essays from 37 artists, writers, curators and collectives. The issue seeks to bring together a number of works and 10 texts critiquing, commenting and reflecting upon the rise of the media circus, documenting the decline in the relevance and reliability of the news and wondering whether citizen journalism is a worthy replacement.
Launching on the 31st January 2019, 6 – 8pm, at [ space ] in London.
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