Neo-Dada. Irony. Contestation.
Jarosław Kozłowski's Archive of Ideas is exhibiting Robin Klassnik work in the archival exhibition NEO-DADA. IRONIA. KONTESTACJA in Poznan, Poland. Klassnik's works in the exhibition are a collection of postcards and rubber stamps he sent to Kozlowski in 1975. Kozlowski's gallery Akumulatory 2 (1972-1990) was the inspiration for Klassnik's establishing of Matt's Gallery in 1979.
Forthcoming Performance: The Wormhole Contract at Hatton Gallery, Newcastle
Anne Bean will be Performing the Wormhole Contract at Hatton Gallery, Newcastle on 14th May at 7pm.
Graham Fagen in The RSA’s 196th Annual Exhibition
Graham Fagen RSA and Edward Summerton RSA are exhibiting their piece, Social Housing (For the Strict Nature Reserve) in the RSA’s 196th Annual Exhibition. The show is on Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12-5pm until 12 June.
Graham Fagen limited edition print
Graham Fagen has released a limited edition giclée print ‘Nancy, Bell, Roselle (The ships that Robert Burns booked passages to Jamaica on) (2022) for the National Galleries of Scotland.
Winner of the People's Choice Award at Humboldt Int'l Film Festival
Jordan Baseman film A Different Kind of Different has won the People's Choice Award in the Animation category at Humboldt Int'l Film Festival.
in Sorting Britain: The Power Of Postcodes at The Postal Museum
Alison Turnbull is featured in Sorting Britain: The Power of Postcodes at The Postal Museum. This exhibition celebrates the story of a postal innovation that changed life in Britain. From the price of your house to range of health care you can access, postcodes impact people daily. They developed in the mid-20th century to help sort and process the post. Since then, they have become much more than that.
Alison Turnbull - Rhododendron Jazz Band
in Rhododendrons: Riddle, Obsession, Threat at Inverleith House
Alison Turnbull presents a new site-specific work, Rhododendron Jazz Band as part of Rhododendrons: Riddle, Obsession, Threat at Edinburgh's Inverleith House. Coinciding with the peak flowering period of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh’s rhododendrons, the exhibition reveals the organisations’ significant history of collecting, researching and cultivating this unique plant.
Frances Scott - Aureole
Screening at Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, 2-8 May 2022
Frances Scott's Aureole commissioned by Matt's Gallery for MattFlix, will screen in 'Diffraction of Language' at Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, 2-8 May 2022 - with Apichatpong Weerasethakul retrospective and Dara Birnbaum carte blanche.
Spekyng Rybawdy, 22nd April – 28th May 2022
Block 336 is very pleased to be showing Spekyng Rybawdy, the latest and most ambitious incarnation of Melanie Jackson’s ongoing project exploring the transgressive narratives and explicit symbolism of Medieval pilgrim bawdy badges. Through a carnival of colourful, erotically charged characters, Spekyng Rybawdy encourages us to re-examine not only our ideas about who took part in the production and circulation of imagery in the medieval period – but also how this might enable us to reconsider the origins of dissenting representations, sexual politics and our attitudes and behaviours today.
A Voice Through The Ether
Read Michael Curran in conversation with Chris Valentine. Curran explores the themes and dreams of Valentine Lyons. Trish Lyons is a long term collaborator of Curran's. The two performed Karaoke Macbeth at the Macbeth public house in Hoxton St in 1999. Lyons consequently appeared in both Love in A Cold Climate and most notably singing in Curran's Look What The Done To My Song at Matt's Gallery in 2007. Lyons also wrote the text St. Cecilia for the show's notes.