Richard Grayson exhibits Messiah, originally commissioned by Matt’s Gallery in 2004, at 17th Biennale of Sydney, 12 May—1 August 2010, curated by David Elliott.
Mike Nelson selected to represent Britain at the 2011 Venice Biennale.
The British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale is commissioned by the British Council.
Next exhibition at Matt’s Gallery
The next exhibition at Matt’s Gallery is Observatory by
Alison Turnbull. The exhibition runs from 15 September 2010 until 31 October
marks a new direction in her work inspired by plans of Thomas Jefferson's observatory.
video Perfume Disco Coma can be seen at
Park Biennial from 17 July - 30 August 2010 Saturday 17 & Sunday
18 July, Saturday 31 July & Sunday 1 August. Saturday 28, Sunday 29 & Monday
30 August Jordan Baseman Perfume Disco Coma, 2008 (production
Baseman The Dandy Doctrine, 2009 (production still)
Roy Voss is
showing Fell 40 in The Crystal Palace (Destroyed) at WORKS|PROJECTS Bristol.
Curated by Simon Morrissey.
3 July - 7 August
Roy Voss Fell
40, digital print 2009
Lindsay Seers is
showing The Truth Was Always There in the exhibition Steps into the Arcane
at the Kunstmuseum des Kantons Thurgau, Kartause
Ittingen, Switzerland.Until 19 December 2010
Lindsay Seers The Truth Was Always There 2006/10
(video installation view)
Tickle is showing in What I Thought at The Time at Five
Unit 66, 6th floor, Regent Studio's, 8 Andrews Road, E8 4QN.
PV Fri 24th Sept, open following 3 weekends (25 & 26Sept, 2& 3
Oct and 9 & 10 Oct) 1 - 6pm and by appointment.
Matthew Tickle Game, photograph 2007
Paul Rooney will
be showing a new installation involving a felled tree and a projected
text in Magazine 10, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop. 14 – 22
Susa n Hiller The Last Silent Movie, (exhibited
at Matt's Gallery in July 2008) showing at 17th Biennale of Sydney, from
12 May until 1 August 2010
Mike Nelson The Coral Reef 2000 (installation view at Matt's Gallery),
now part of the Tate Collection and showing at Tate Britain from 17 May 2010
The British Council have announced that Mike
Nelson has been selected to represent Britain at the 54th
Venice Biennale. He will present a solo exhibition in the British
Pavilion, which will run from June—November 2011.
Coral Reef, originally comissioned by Matt’s Gallery
in 2000, has been purchased by the Tate and
will be exhibited at Tate Britain from 17 May 2010.
Mike Nelson The Coral Reef 2000 (installation
view at Matt's Gallery), now part of the Tate Collection and showing
at Tate Britain from 17 May 2010
Hayley Newman Crying Glasses 1998 will
be shown as part of Emporte Moi at Musee d'Art Contemporain
du Val-de-Marne, Paris, from 8 May to 5 September 2010
Lindsay Seers is
showing It has to be this way¹ in The
Persistence of Vision at FACT Liverpool.
18th June - 30th August 2010
Lindsay Seers It has to be this way¹ 2010
Alison Turnbull's work
can be seen in an exhibition at Royal
Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, as part of the British Council's Darwin
Now programme. The exhibition On the Edge of the World runs
from 14 May—15 July 2010.
Alison Turnbull, Botanic Garden, 2005
(Archival pigment print) will be showing as part of On the Edge
of the World at Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh from 14 May to
15 July 2010.
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