WHAT'S NEW?

  • 14-03-2018
  • Ken Eastman at Marsden Woo Gallery

  • Marsden Woo Gallery, 229 Ebury Street, SW1W 8UT
    15 March to 28 April 2018

    A new series of powerful and statuesque ceramic vessels that demonstrate a distinctive new expression of making from this internationally celebrated artist. Multiple clay slabs are brought together in an improvisational manner, creating undulating multi-faceted forms with an uncanny ability to shift and alter appearance according to one’s viewing point or environment.

    For more info please visit http://marsdenwoo.com/exhibitions/

  • 13-03-2018
  • Fellow Deborah Smith and Han Kang long listed again for Man Booker

  • 'The White Book', by Han Kang and translated from Korean by Deborah Smith is one of 13 titles in contention for the $70,000 prize split between the translator and author. In "The White Book" an unnamed narrator meditates on the death of her older sister, who died as an infant just hours after she was born. The shortlist will be announced on the 12th April with other books including 'Go, Went, Gone' by Jenny Erpenbeck, 'Like a Fading Shadow' by Antonio Munoz Molina, and 'Frankenstein in Baghdad' by Ahmed Saadawi are also in the running.

  • 13-03-2018
  • Matt Golden in a group exhibition "Islands"

  • Annely Juda Fine Art, Third Floor, Dering Street, London.

    15 March–2 May 2018

    Matt Golden and Yuko Shiraishi will be in conversation from 5pm before the opening. Please email ajfa@annelyjudafineart.co.uk to book your free place.

    The exhibition Islands takes this premise as its starting-point in considering a selection of contemporary artists whose methods have become intertwined with that of their partners. Although, like the original presentation, this should not be considered a survey show, Islands would appear to suggest a possible shift in attitudes and circumstances from the artists in the earlier exhibition. Driven perhaps in-part by social, political and economic factors, the current emphasis on collaboration and obscuring of roles, even identities allows for an interesting comparison to previous generations and times.

    Each of the three artist-pairings in the Islands exhibition demonstrate differing approaches to collaborating, from theongoing ‘A Moon For My Father’ by White and Akbari, structured around an exchange of film ‘letters’ between the two artists, to Matt Golden and Natsue Ikeda, who as Golden Family blur authorship within their art practice at large, and in their development of a fictional nomadic musician character further blur distinctions between storytelling and real-life. While Phil Coy and Frances Scott generally author their own work within distinct practices, the processes are often inherently collaborative, as in the case of their films shown in this exhibition: ‘as far as I know’ (2015, Coy) and ‘CANWEYE { }’(2016, Scott).

    As part of their sculpture/action piece ‘The Rehearsal’, Golden Family will be in the gallery to work/perform on Thursday and Friday afternoons throughout the exhibition.
    For more info please visit http://www.annelyjudafineart.co.uk/exhibitions/islands-curated-by-the-ru...

  • 15-02-2018
  • Nathaniel Mann at Pitt Rivers Weekend of 17th Feb

  • Ethereal, haunting and beautiful, 2018 #ArtsFoundationFellow Nathaniel Mann's live performances with tuned pigeon whistles have stirred wonder in audiences. He embarked on this creative journey with 'Pigeon Pete' and his Birmingham Roller pigeons in 2011 and last year BBC Radio 4 aired a documentary about the final leg of the odyssey, creating his perfect 3D printed pigeon whistle.

    This whistle has now been added to the Pitt Rivers Museum's rare collection of pigeon whistles and is on special display. To mark this, Nathaniel and Pete will give an exclusive talk with clips from the documentary, songs about the remarkable pigeon whistles and Pete's beautiful Birmingham Rollers.

    13.00 Pitt Rivers Museum https://www.prm.ox.ac.uk/special-events

  • 09-02-2018
  • Sam Lee: Singing With Nightingales

  • Various Locations: Essex, Kent, Sussex, and Cambridgeshire
    April 20th- May 27th

    Folk music star Sam Lee is known for his outdoor, starlit ‘Singing with Nightingales’ concerts. In these unusual events he collaborates with both nightingales and special guest musicians.
    Sam Lee invites you to come to the forest, sit by the fireside and listen to intoxicating song, as some of the finest musicians in the land duet with the rare and sweet song of the nightingale. Each night features a carefully chosen host – an ornithological expert and fund of knowledge on the ways of the woods – plus a very special guest musician. After a filling supper and fine drinking round the fire, the group of around 20 will walk in silence and darkness into the nightingale’s habitat, not only to listen to these majestic birds, but to share in an improvised collaboration; to experience what happens when bird and human virtuosi converge in musical collaboration.

    For more info visit https://www.singingwithnightingales.com/