This month John Walter will be participating in ‘Jack Smith and the Ugliness of Capitalism’ a panel discussion complementing the exhibition ‘Jack Smith: Cologne, 1974’, hosted by Space in Hackney.
Image Credit: Jack Smith: Cologne, 1974. Photograph, Gwenn Thomas
Extending its support to the galleries, curators and artists of London and New York, FAD now hands them its front page for a series of online exhibitions. For November, FAD showcases John Walter’s piece ‘Crystal Dick’. Watch the video here: FAD website.
Clare Kenny has been awarded a Kunstkredit prize from the city of Basel in Switzerland, which includes a prize of £10,000 and a group exhibition to take place next summer at Kunsthalle Basel to be curated by Ruth Kissling und Adam Szymczyk. More information.
Paul Carey-Kent has featured Clare Kenny’s VITRINE Bermondsey Street exhibition ‘Yesterday’s labour is the Future’s folly’ in his November highlights- ‘Clare Kenny is first to show in Vitrine’s new street level space, and she’s already plastered the pristine wall with faux bricks and added a column made of a giant rolled-up photograph’. Read more.
Christian Newby has been interviewed by Traction Magazine about his solo exhibition ‘Breton Wall’ currently on show at VITRINE Bermondsey Square – ‘I generally prefer to make things myself because, ultimately, I am no master craftsman and I will inevitably make mistakes – many mistakes’. Read more here.
We are delighted to announce that Leah Capaldi is shortlisted for the Arts Foundation Sculpture Award 2014. The ceremony will take place at the end of January 2014, when the winner will be announced.
Clare Kenny’s solo exhibition ‘Yesterday’s labour is the Future’s folly’ at VITRINE Bermondsey Street has been reviewed on Postcardwall. The piece describes the experience of visiting the exhibition as an immersive one – ‘Looking closely, the colours and materials that make her sculptures transform the walls; borrowed from other surfaces, they pull you in as her work collectively transforms the space’. Read more here.
Wil Murray’s work will be included in a group show to mark the opening of Circle Culture Gallery’s new premises in Berlin. The exhibition opens on Friday 8 November. Find more information on the gallery’s website.