John Walter has been selected to participate in Ceri Hand Gallery’s inaugural Summer Fete. The event will take place on Saturday 16 August 12 – 6pm and feature artworks, performances, refreshments and events from over 40 artists. Find details on the gallery’s website.
A selection of Justin Eagle’s works have been selected to be exhibited at Saatchi Gallery and Phillips Gallery, both in London, for SCOOP, which will run between 21 and 23 July. More info here.
This summer, Clare Kenny’s work will be included in the group exhibition ‘JAM SESSION’ at SAKS, Geneva. Other exhibiting artists are Josse Bailly, Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, Thomas Bonny, Chistian Gonzenbach, Evan Gruzis, Keiko Machida, Virginie Otth, Ruby Sky Stiler and Chris Succo. The show will open Thursday 4 July and run until Saturday 31 August. More info.
John Walter’s ‘Large Green Astroturf Book’ will be included in 2013’s KALEID on Saturday 20th July, 11am-7pm. Launched in 2012, KALEID is an annual event dedicated to showcasing and selling artist’s books to the public. They work closely with librarians, private book dealers and individual collectors, to advocate public special collections and promote artist’s books. More info.
Wall Street International have interviewed artist Raed Yassin and curator Amanda Abi Khalil to talk about their latest project, ‘Postponed Noon’, at VITRINE Bermondsey Square. You can read the joint interview here.
Sight Unseen give special mention to Clare Kenny’s work in their feature ‘WHAT WE SAW AT DESIGN/MIAMI BASEL AND ART BASEL 2013’. Kenny’s work was shown at Gisele Linder gallery’s stand in Art Basel. Read Signt Unseen’s online roundup here.
‘System.Painting. Construction. Archive’, showing at Lion and Lamb Gallery and featuring work by Clare Kenny, has been reviewed by Andy Parkinson on his website, ‘patternsthatconnect’. Parkinson says of Kenny’s work – ‘I am reminded of that old notion of painting as ‘a window on the world’, this particular ‘window’ being also physically blind-like, in that the paper support is folded, creating a material object that could function as a blind, obscuring the window’. Read the whole piece here.
Leah Capaldi will be participating in the Onion Series at the Royal College of Art on Sunday 23 June. She will be sharing her experiences since graduating in the roundtable discussion, Flourish or Fade – How to survive after art school, which begins at 3 pm. More information on the program can be found on ‘The Onions Discussion’ blog.