NEWS Tim Etchells exhibited in the group exhibition ‘Transcript’ at Charlie Smith London
Tim Etchells work ’Some Imperatives’ is included in the group exhibition ‘Transcript’ at Charlie Smith London. The exhibition, which also includes work by Matt Calderwood, Mark Titchner, and Mark Wallinger among others, opens on Friday 25 May and runs until 23 June. Read more here.
NEWS Tim Etchells company Forced Entertainment presents ‘Out Of Order’ in Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt
Forced Entertainment premiered their new production ‘Out Of Order’ in Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt on 27 April and it continues its run at the theatre until 18 May. The production of this performance is made possible by the support Künstlerhaus Moustonturm supported within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media of Germany and Schauspiel Frankfurt, PACT Zollverein Essen, HAU Hebbel Am Ufer Berlin and Gessnerallee Zurich. Watch trailer here. Tour dates and book tickets here.
NEWS Nadim Abbas in residency at Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, United States
Nadim Abbas has been awarded a residency at Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, US, which will take place between September and November 2018. Hyde Park Art Center is (HPAC) is a visual arts organization and the oldest alternative exhibition space in the city of Chicago. More information here.
NEWS Sam Porritt presented at the 17th Tallinn Print Triennial
Sam Porritt will be presented at the main exhibition of this year’s Print Triennial, ‘Cloudbusters: Intensity vs. Intention’, curated by Margit Säde at the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM), on 2 June and runs until 16 July. Read more here.
PRESS Maya Rochat in The Guardian
“The final room is given over to contemporary abstraction and, perhaps inevitably, reflects the dilemma of current photographic practice in our profligate image culture. Both Maya Rochat and Daisuke Yokota, in their differing ways, subject their images to intense, almost destructive, transformative techniques using chemicals, heat, paint and, in Daisuke’s case, constant rephotographing, reprinting and rescanning. The visceral nature of their approach both degrades and heightens the photographic image and, by extension, the very idea of photography as a recording medium. The end results are images that are, among other things, traces of a process that is akin to improvisational music insofar as it allows, even thrives on, spontaneity and accident.”
Sean O Hagan has reviewed ‘Shape of Light: 100 Years of Photography and Abstract Art’ at Tate Modern featuring Maya Rochat in The Guardian. Read more here.
NEWS Tim Etchells exhibited in the international group exhibition ‘Stadtansichten’ (‘Cityscapes’) at Heidelberger Kunstverein, Germany
Tim Etchells work ’City Changes’ is included in the international group exhibition ‘Stadtansichten’ (‘Cityscapes’) at Heidelberger Kunstverein, Germany, opening Friday 4 May and runs until 8 July. The show – including Valie Export, Sharon Hayes, Jiří Kovanda, Klara Lidén, and Ettore Sottsass among others – embraces the discussion around the ideas of the city, with modern views and the measurement of real living and working conditions and presents international examples over the last 60 years. Read more here.
PRESS Charlie Godet Thomas at POPPOSITIONS in ArtLyst
Paul Carter Robinson featured VITRINE and Charlie Godet Thomas as ’10 of the best’ and emerging galleries/artist of note in their round-up piece of Brussels Art Fair and POPPOSITIONS. Read more here.
PRESS Charlie Godet Thomas at POPPOSITIONS in Art Viewer
Charlie Godet Thomas’s presentation at POPPOSITIONS Off-fair featured in Art Viewer. Read more here.
NEWS Maya Rochat’s ‘A Rock Is A River’ at London’s Tate Modern
Work from Maya Rochat’s ‘A Rock Is A River’ series is being shown in ‘The Shape of Light: 100 Years of Photography and Abstract Art’ from 30 April at London’s Tate Modern. The first major exhibition to explore the relationship between photography and abstract art, spanning the century from the 1910s to the present day. Read more here.
NEWS Nadim Abbas presented at the 2018 Munich Biennale
Nadim Abbas will be presented at the 2018 Munich Biennale within the collaborative production Bubble <3 (a co-production with Musik der Jahrhunderte Stuttgart, commissioned by the West Kowloon Cultural District; in cooperation with Connecting Spaces Hong Kong / and the Zurich University of the Arts; and the Goethe Institute Hong Kong). Further information and to purchase tickets.