Friday, 2 December 2016

Peter Liversidge – CDLA, Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche

Peter Liversidge
5 March – 10 June 2017
le Centre des livres d'artistes
1 Place Attane
87500 Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche

The exhibition Peter Liversidge – The Postal Objects of Peter Liversidge from the Collection of Peter Foolen which was shown at the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, 2015/2016, will be shown in an expanded form at the CDLA in Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche, in the department Haute-Vienne near Limoges, France in the Spring 2017.
Curated by Peter Liversidge, Peter Foolen and Didier Mathieu. A new publication will accompany the exhibition.

Thursday, 24 November 2016

herman de vries – the earth museum catalogue 1978-2015

herman de vries – the earth museum catalogue 1078-2015
eschenau 2016

2 volumes, hardcover linen bound
band i – index, 214 x 303 x 24 mm
band ii – 472 sheets with facsimile images of ca. 8000 earth rubbings, 235 x 320 x 71 mm
isbn 978-3-00-053956-5
edition of 200 signed and numbered copies
price until may 2017  € 395 / after may 2017 the price will be € 595
more info and for addresses where the edition is available:
photograph © 2016, Lilian Seegers-Hendriks

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

herman de vries – exhibitions

herman de vries
all in one – one in all
8 October – 26 November 2016
Galerie Geiger
Fischmarkt 5a
78462 Konstanz

herman de vries
arbeiten auf papier
28 October – 11 December 2016
Karlstrasse 28
88250 Weingarten

herman de vries
stein, erde, holz
22 October 2016 – 8 January 2017
Städtische Galerie Bietigheim-Bissingen
Hauptstrasse 60-64
74321 Bietigheim-Bissingen

Peter Foolen – herman de vries, Steigerwald, April 2012

Stonypath Days – Letters between Ian Hamilton Finlay and Stephen Bann, 1970-1972

Stonypath Days
Letters between Ian Hamilton Finlay and Stephen Bann 1970–1972

Edited and introduced by Stephen Bann
hardcover, published by Wilmington Square Books, an imprint of Bitter Lemon Press, 2016
ISBN 978-1-908524-676

Ian Hamilton Finlay – Early Works 1963-1970

Ian Hamilton Finlay – Early Works 1963- 1970
11 October – 26 November 2016
Ingleby Gallery
6 Calton Terrace
Edinburgh EH7 5DD

the_apartment #2 – Helena van den Enden

Helena van den Enden – Vigilie
26 November 2016 – 15 January 2017
Opening 26 November 16.00 – 19.00 hours
open by appointment:
the_apartment programme is curated by Henk Olijve and Giovanni Dalessi

Cavallilaan 231
5654 BE Eindhoven
The Netherlands

Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Callum Innes in conversation with Hendrik Driessen, De Pont, Tilburg

Callum Innes in conversation with Hendrik Driessen
Sunday 3.30pm / 15.30 hours
De Pont
Wilhelminapark 1
5041 EA Tilburg

on the occasion of the exhibition
Callum Innes – I'll Close My Eyes
15 October 2016 – 26 February 2017

on the occasion of this exhibition the book Callum Innes – I'll Close My Eyes is published by Hatje Cantz:

photographs top © 2016, De Pont, Tilburg
bottom © 2016, John Riddy

Esther Kokmeijer – Agreement with Nature / Agency of Living Organisms

Agency of Living Organisms / Agencia de Organismos Vivientes

Anne Duk Hee Jordan, Esther Kokmeijer, Gerard Ortín Castelví, Iain Ball, Iratxe Jaio & Klaas van Gorkum, Lara Atmarcegui, Maider López, NMC – New Mineral Collective (Emilija Skarnulyte & Tanya Busse), Tere Recarens, Tue Greenfort

21 October 2016 – 5 February 2017
International Centre for Contemporary Culture
Andre zigarrogileak plaza 1
20012 Donostia / San Sebastián

Esther Kokmeijer participates in this group show curated by Pauline Doutreluingne, with her work Agreement with Nature, 2015-2016, porcelain copies of original international treaties (Weather Modification Act 1977, Convention on the High Seas 1958 and Antarctic Treaty 1959) placed on a bed of cornflowers.
Supported by Mondriaan Fund

Friday, 11 November 2016

Peter Liversidge – Postal object 10 November 2016

Postal object by Peter Liversidge, sent from London, received in Eindhoven
on 10 November 2016
wood, stamps, postal labels, acrylic paint, 43 x 4 x 4 cm

Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Hannah Lees – To Open What Is Shut () To Shut What Is Open – Part II

Hannah Lees – To Open What Is Shut () To Shut What Is Open – Part II – To Enrich, Prosper & Thrive

a book published by Peter Foolen Editions in November 2016
softcover, 68 pages
210 x 148 mm
designed by Hannah Lees
printed by solopress, London
edition of 50 + 5 AP, signed and numbered by the artist
price £ 10 / € 11,50

to be launched on 4 November at the Small Publishers Fair, Conay Hall, London

Part I: Hannah Lees – To Open What Is Shut () To Shut What Is Open – To Bring About Positive Change was published this Summer by Tenderbooks, London

Monday, 31 October 2016

Works on Paper – Slewe Gallery, Amsterdam

Works on Paper
Callum Innes
Dan Walsh
Ian Davenport
Paul Drissen
Steven Aalders

5 November – 17 December 2016
Slewe Gallery
Kerkstraat 105A
1017 GD Amsterdam
image © Slewe Gallery Amsterdam, Callum Innes – Untitled from the Cento Series, 2016, oil on oil paper, 130 x 100 cm

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

harvest, kunstraumlangenlois, Austria – curated by Peter Foolen


Opening on Sunday 2 October 2016
10.00 – 19.00 hours

Thomas A Clark
Alec Finlay
Hamish Fulton
Diane Howse
Esther Kokmeijer
Hannah Lees
Peter Liversidge
Claudia Losi
Jeremy Millar
Anne Vibeke Mou
Graham Rich
Carol Robertson
Willem Sanders
Trevor Sutton
herman de vries

curated by Peter Foolen

kunstraumlangenlois p.p.
Christina Lackner & Norbert Fleischmann
Holzplatz 5
3550 Langenlois

open from 2 October 2016 until 2017 (to be announced)
every first Sunday of the month 10.00 – 19.00 hours
and by appointment
tel +43 (0) 2734 21229 / +43 (0) 664 3685367
more info:

photograph Diane Howse – Acorn, 2007, cast bronze, actual size 

John Cage: Lecture on the weather, Frith Street Gallery, London

John Cage: Lecture on the weather
16 September – 17 December 2017
Frith Street Gallery
Soho Square
60 Frith Street
London W1D 3JJ

This exhibition is curated by the artist Jeremy Millar, who conceived the exhibition Every Day is a Good Day – The Visual Art of John Cage for Hayward Touring (2010-11).

‘I dedicate this work to the U.S.A., that it become just another part of the world, no more, no less.’
— John Cage, Prelude, Lecture on the Weather (1975)

In the lead-up to America’s presidential election, Frith Street Gallery and the John Cage Trust join to present a unique iteration of a still prescient work by the seminal American composer, artist, and writer, John Cage. Lecture on the Weather (1975) was originally conceived as a work for either radio or the stage, as a commission from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to mark the Bicentennial of the USA. It will be presented at Frith Street Gallery in a new installation based on materials captured at an important 2007 performance at Bard College in upstate New York, featuring an extraordinary cast, including Merce Cunningham, Jasper Johns, Leon Botstein, John Ralston Saul, and others. Theirs was a tour de force realization of a masterpiece, now presented for the first time in Europe.

John Cage was devoted to Henry David Thoreau, and, like Ralph Waldo Emerson, believed there to be ‘no truer American’. For Lecture on the Weather, Cage drew excerpts from Thoreau’s classic texts, which he then cast into a score using I Ching-derived chance operations; additionally, each score was intermittently graced with chance-determined fragments of Thoreau’s nature drawings, which were to be interpreted as music, in the manner of graphic notation. At the start, Cage delivers a softly polemic prelude, and when the readings and musical realizations commence, so also begins a slowly escalating weather soundscape created by Maryanne Amacher. The work culminates with a film by Luis Frangella: Thoreau’s elemental nature drawings, now stark white on black, simulating flashes of lightning on a dark and stormy night. All of the elements — speech, music, film, lighting, and weather — combine to create a stunningly sensorial experience.

Complementing the installation will be a number of Cage’s early prints that also take inspiration from Thoreau. These include works from the series 17 Drawings by Thoreau (1978), Score Without Parts (40 Drawings by Thoreau) (1978), Signals (1978), Changes & Disappearances (1979-82), and Dereau (1982).

press release Frith Street Gallery
images © 2016, Frith Street Gallery

At Frith Street Gallery Golden Square there will be the exhibition Tacita Dean: La Exuberance from 16 September – 4 November 2016