20th May - 18th June 2022
Slugtown is delighted to announce Brown Carpet, a solo exhibition by Newcastle based artist Harley Kuyck-Cohen.
Harley Kuyck-Cohen explores the shifting territories between public and private space by introducing a range of important questions surrounding materiality.
Working across a range of different media including sculpture, architecture, installation and time based assemblages Kuyck-Cohen questions the politics of living.
For more information about the exhibition visit https://slugtown.co.uk/
Where There's Space To Grow
Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens
8th January - 13th March 2022
Where There's Space to Grow is the third and final exhibition in a series curated by young people across the Arts Council Collection National Partners Programme. Firstsite, Colchester presented House Share curated by Young Art Kommunity (YAK) from June to September 2021, and Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange will open their exhibition, SEEN co-curated by young LGBTQIA+ people from Cornwall, in October 2021 until January 2022. The exhibitions aim to bring young people together from across the country, connecting them with each other and with the Arts Council Collection.
For more information about the exhibition visit https://sunderlandculture.org.uk/our-venues/sunderland-museum-winter-gardens/
Stuart Brisley 1=66,666, 1983, Wood, steel, plaster, leather, nylon, cloth and paper, 217 x 500 x 81cm, Arts Council England Collection. Photography courtesy Edward Woodman.
Read the full post here https://www.stagingdecadence.com/blog/rotten-intervals-stuart-brisleys-ten-days
Brian Dawn Chalkley
Chelsea Arts Club | London
143 Old Church Street, SW3 6EB
On view till 17th October 2021
The exhibition is open to the public but booking is essential and appointments can be arranged by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Art Monthly 449: September 2021
Features: Francis Frascina: Grieving and Grievance
Art Monthly September 2021 Grieving and Grievance, Francis Frascina discusses the politics of public grieving, asking why some lives are worthy of official remembrance and others are not.
The article refers to Stuart Brisley's work titled Dirty Protest, Armagh, 1993–96.
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem acquires work by William Mackrell
Bodyscapes studied the concept of embodiment and the corpus as an organizing structure. Examining the relationship between nature and culture through the prism of the body, this exhibition brings together historical sources and artworks ranging from prehistory to contemporary art in a variety of media: works on paper, photographs, sculpture, paintings, video works, and installations. Artists including Tracy Emin, Jenny Saville, Micha Ullman, Maya Zack, Karam Natour, Sigalit Landau, and Ori Reisman explore questions of proportion, the relationship between human beings and nature, and corporeal and mental boundaries in order to make personal, social, and political statements.
Atlas of Modernity - Permanent Collection Display
Muzeum Sztuki, Łódź, Poland
On view from 1st October 2021
“Atlas of Modernity. Exercises” is a new version of the permanent exhibition of the collection of Muzeum Sztuki. This version is inspired by the concept of multiple modernities and aims to reflect on various ways, geographies, cultures and sensitivities of modernity.
The work of Stuart Brisley will be featured in the section “Experiment”, together with the works of Barbara Kasten, Dora Maurer, Katalin Ladik, Victor Vasarely, Dan Graham, Teresa Tyszkiewicz, among others.
Stuart Brisley Moments of Decision/Indecision (1975)
Collections: Galeria Studio, Warsaw and Muzeum Sztuki, Łódź.
Liste Art Fair | Basel
Messe Basel Hall 1.1
Maulbeerstrasse / corner Riehenring 113 4058
20th September - 26th September 2021
Liste Showtime Online 15 – 30 September 2021
Lungley Gallery is pleased to announce we will be participating at Liste, Basel. The gallery will present a series of new paintings by Kiarash Khazaei. The fair will take place from 20–26 September 2020.
OOF | BALLS
Warmington House, N17 (access via The Spurs Experience)
23rd July - 21st November 2021
OOF presents BALLS, a group show including Celery FC (2012) by Lana Locke. The exhibition is a love letter to the simple, humble football as a ubiquitous cultural symbol, as something that is immediately recognisable and capable of triggering countless thoughts and ideas.
Entry is free.
PINK | Acting on Behalf of Thinking (AOBOT)
86 Princess St, M1 6NG
12th July - 13th August 2021
PINK is delighted to present Acting on Behalf of Thinking (AOBOT), a group show bringing together an assemblage of works that explore sculpture as a performative site of critical inquiry.
AOBOT plays host to five sculptural contributions that explore performativity in its many forms and understandings; using this concept as a reflexive encounter that enables us to redefine how material and physical thinking can be viewed as a site of inquiry between the artist, artwork, viewer and setting.
For more information visit https://www.pink-mcr.com/acting-on-behalf-of-thinking
Exhibition view: Harley Kuyck-Cohen Art Deco (2021) PINK | Acting on Behalf of Thinking (AOBOT), Manchester.
EKO 8 International Triennial of Art and Environment / A Letter to the Future
Former MTT factory
Maribor / Melje
May 21st − 18th July 2021
Curated by Alessandro Vincentelli, the exhibition presents the collected visions of more than 30 international and Slovenian artists, including a new work titled Harley Kuyck-Cohen. The exhibition is dedicated to the central theme of the letter on the premises of the former MTT factory in Melje. In the face of the uncertainties created by the global pandemic, and in the new and enhanced need to recognise signs and learn from history, the EKO 8 Triennial is designed to be a barometer of change.
The British Museum acquires State Occasion from The Museum of Ordure (2020) by Stuart Brisley from his recent exhibition Recent Paintings from the Museum of Ordure at the gallery in October 2020.
Brisley writes in his statement that accompanies the exhibition 'In the second painting and drawing she is similarly caught but this time in an 18th Century carriage taking her to and from the Houses of Parliament with the calculation of exposure.
In these images colours have been altered by using the cheap reproduction process of photocopying. By copying and altering the newspaper print the image is further veiled revealing the technical process thus distancing its relationship to the original source which had previously gone through another transcription in order to be printed in a newspaper'.
Images of the exhibition and a copy of the statement are available to view online here.
12 May 2021 - 12 June 2021
Joseph Beuys I John Berger I Stuart Brisley I Walter Dahn I Tadeusz Kantor I Natalia Ll I Gustav Metzger I Ken Mcmullen I Martha Parsey I Ewa Partum I Johannes Stüttgen I Boscher Theodor
Stuart Brisley will be exhibiting work at MPHQ Project Space London | Cologne in their upcoming exhibition WAYS OF SEEING: Film Installations and Collaborations opening May 12th.
All films can be viewed online from 12th May at www.mphqprojectspace.com
The exhibition is open to the public but booking is essential and appointments can be arranged on their website.
26 May 2021 - 8 Aug 2021
The exhibition is free to the public but booking is essential.
12 May 2021 - 12 June 2021
Two-person exhibition with Kara Chin.
Remedial Works is a two-person exhibition by artists Kara Chin and Harley Kuyck-Cohen at Quench Gallery, Margate. An installation of new sculptural works and video, Chin and Kuyck-Cohen have produced works invested in representing shifting notions of nature.
In its most basic form, ‘Remedial’ means to heal. In terms of architecture - remediation is the process of revisiting and repairing those poorly constructed buildings treated unkindly by the natural world.
The exhibition is free to the public but booking is essential. Visit https://www.quenchgallery.co.uk/ for more information and to book an appointment.
LUNGLEY Gallery moves to Soho | London
It is with great excitement that I announce the gallery is moving to 175 Wardour St, Soho.
The inaugural exhibition titled 175 Wardour Street opens on Friday 4th June 2021 to coincide with the first London Gallery Weekend, and will feature work by gallery artists: Stuart Brisley, Brian Dawn Chalkley, Jack Killick, Kiarash Khazaei, Harley Kuyck-Cohen, Lana Locke and William Mackrell.
Special thanks to the Haggerston for hosting the gallery since 2018 and David Hoyland, Victoria Al-Din and the team at Seventeen for hosting us since Summer 2020.
The inaugural edition of London Gallery Weekend will take place from 4-6 June 2021.
Celebrating culture and creativity in the UK's capital city.
The inaugural edition of London Gallery Weekend will take place from 4-6 June 2021. Over 130 of London’s leading contemporary art galleries are coming together this summer to launch a new, free to attend, annual event, celebrating culture and creativity in the UK’s capital city. LGW will promote a daily focus hosted by a geographical area, starting with central London on Friday, followed by south London on Saturday and culminating on Sunday with galleries in the East End. Sign up to our mailing list to hear about participating galleries and the dynamic three-day events programme, including late night openings, studio visits, children’s events, and more.