Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Peter Liversidge – book Surface Mail (or The Limitations of Magic)


















Peter Liversidge – Surface Mail (or The Limitations of Magic) 

a book published on the occasion of the exhibition Peter Liversidge – Surface Mail (or The Limitations of Magic) / Courrier par voie surface (ou les limites de la magie) at the Centre des livres d'artistes in Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche, France, 3 March – 10 June 2017.
published in March 2017 by Centre des livres d'artistes and Peter Foolen Editions
24 x 17 cm, 96 pages
softcover in recycled greyboard with die-cut
design: Peter Foolen with Peter Liversidge
printing: Art Libro/Roelofs, Enschede, NL
binding: Patist
edition: 600 copies
introduction by Richard Klein, Director Exhibitions, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
including many unpublished photographs and a bio- and bibliography

text contributions by:
Sean Kelly, George Liversidge, Thomas Liversidge, Frank Williams, Stephanie and Julian Grose, Aaron and Barbara Levine, Anthony Caveney, Scott Morgan, Katya Pronin and Christopher Tignor, Nils Frahm, Sally Orrock and Ezra Orrock-Kerr, Robert and Nicky Wilson, Louisa Buck, Benedikt Hermann Hermannson, Mathilde Panzieri-Raczeck, Ian Rankin, Sue Seeber, Jill Kristal, Levin Haegele, Richard Ingleby, Lauren Kelly, Cassie Liversidge, Judith Mackay, Steve Garrington, Christian Broughton, Simon Groom, Mark Jenkins, Lynne Sable, Amy Liversidge, Annabel McCall, Alan Sparhawk, Richard Stepney, Michael Muller, Eric Pollard, Mary Kenealy, Roberto Trotta, Mischa and Christina Haller, William Zachs, Robin Klassnik, Börkur Arnarson, Stephen Bury, Clive Phillpot, Andrew Wilson, Gustavo Grandal Montero, Simon Cutts, Erika Van Horn, Thomas A Clark, John Liversidge, Justin Hibbs, Sakiko Kohashi, Peter Foolen, Thomas Kelly, Hugh Mulholland, August Ventimiglia, Vong Phaophanit and Claire Oboussier, Timothy Everest, Habda Rashid, Julia Kent and Ernest Wurzbach, Nancy Durrant, Steven Evans, Cyril Secq, Rachel Grimes and Alec Johnson, Ben Lancaster, Howard Hodgkin, Asif Khan and Rumi and Aska Kohashi-Kahn, Kate MacGarry, Robin MacTaggart

available at CDLA and Peter Foolen Editions
Price € 15 / £ 12 (incl tax, excl postage)

Monday, 20 March 2017

Peter Liversidge – Proposal for a Physical Jukebox at the CDLA







Peter Liversidge – Proposal for a Physical Jukebox at a space in the CDLA
A Tascam CD player, two DAB 300W Active Speakers and 200 compact discs, each containing one song, track or sound piece. The discs are hanging on nails in a grid on the wall. The CD's can be played by visitors of the CDLA during opening hours.

The installation is a part of the exhibition Peter Liversidge – Surface Mail (or The Limitations of Magic) / courrier par voie de surface (ou les limits de la magie)
3 March – 10 June 2017
CDLA – Center des livres d'artistes
1 Place Attane
Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche
87500 France
www.cdla.info

photographs Peter Foolen, March 2017

Robert Lax – Sea Poem at Cairn, Pittenweem, Fife




Robert Lax – Sea Poem
5 March – 30 April 2017
Cairn
28 Viewforth Place
Pittenweem, Fife
KY10 2PZ Scotland
open by appointment
cairngallery@gmail.com
www.cairngallery.space

an installation and a book
the book is published by WAX366 and is available for £ 10

photographs © 2017, Cairn, Pittenweem

Sunday, 12 March 2017

Paul van Dijk – ' Neerslag '

 

Paul van Dijk
' Neerslag '
5 March – 9 April 2017
Mieke van Schaijk
Verwersstraat 19/21 (1e etage Westside)
5211 HT 's-Hertogenbosch
www.miekevanschaijk.nl

Claudia Losi – Asking Shelter



Claudia Losi – Asking Shelter
18 January – 18 March 2017
Monica De Cardenas Galleria
via Francesco Viganò 4
20124 Milano
Italy
http://www.monicadecardenas.com/milano/exhibitions/claudia-losi-5/#works

Friday, 10 March 2017

Thomas A Clark – the new life


Thomas A Clark – Dante's Wristband
wristband with text, in a box, 2016 
edition published by Moschatel Press, Pittenweem, Scotland

Trevor Sutton – Assembly and Image


Trevor Sutton
Assembly and Image
10 March – 6 April 2017
CLASSROOM
16 Lower Holyhead Road
Coventry CV1 3AU
England, UK
www.weareclassroom.com
open Tuesday & Saturday 11am – 5pm
photograph © 2017, Carol Robertson

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Hannah Lees – Overview at Samuel, Chicago


Overview
27 january – 26 February 2017
Samuel
1917 W. Division Street
Chicago, Illinois 60622-3136

Hannah Lees was one of 35 artists invited to submit a flag based on the Earth Day Flag invented by John McConnell in 1969 as a symbol of environmental protection.
curated by Lewis Teague Wright
more inf: http://artviewer.org/overview-at-samuel/
photograph © 2017 Hannah Lees, Samuel Chicago

Monday, 20 February 2017

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


Peter Liversidge – Surface Mail (or The Limitations of Magic)


Peter Liversidge
Surface Mail (or The Limitations of Magic)
Courriere par voie de surface (ou les limites de la magie)

3 March – 10 June 2017

CDLA
Centre des livres d'artistes
1 Place Attane
Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche
87500 France
www.cdla.info

curated by Peter Liversidge, Peter Foolen and Didier Mathieu

on the occasion of the exhibition a book will be published:
Peter Liversidge – Surface Mail (or The Limitations of Magic)
die-cut cardboard cover, 24 x 17 cm, 96 pages, edition of 650 copies
published by CDLA and Peter Foolen Editions, designed by Peter Foolen and Peter Liversidge
isbn 97-2-917393-07-9

image
Peter Liversidge – 3 Postal Objects, sent from USA, 2010-2011, collection Peter Foolen
photograph: Peter Cox

Sunday, 19 February 2017

Hamish Fulton – Talk and Performance, Centre Pompidou, Paris


Hamish Fulton
Talk and Performance
Thursday 23 February 2017
with the curator Pascale Krief
Free admission, limited available seats6.30pm Talk at Cinéma 2
8.15pm Performance at Forum

Centre Pompidou
Musée nationale d'art moderne
Cinéma 2 / Forum
Place Georges-Pompidou
75004 Paris

https://www.centrepompidou.fr/cpv/ressource.action?param.id=FR_R-f781435514c93728d216f4c8a69599&param.idSource=FR_E-f781435514c93728d216f4c8a69599 

photograph
Hamish Fulton – The Life of Mountains, Vercors, France, 1993, 43.5 x 53 cm
© Hamish Fulton, Häusler Contemporary München

Monday, 13 February 2017

Peter Liversidge – Sign Paintings for The Ways by Allred & Broderick


Peter Liversidge made the Sign Paintings for the video for the Allred & Broderick song The Ways, directed by Robert Raths, edited by Kara Blake.
The Ways is a song from Find The Ways, the new album of Allred & Broderick, the duo project of Peter Broderick and David Allred. Peter Liversidge also did the painting for the cover design of this album, released by Erased Tapes in January 2017.

https://vimeo.com/200311434
http://www.allredbroderick.com/
http://www.erasedtapes.com/store/index/ERATP095/find-the-ways

Hamish Fulton – Walking Without A Smart Phone / Häusler Contemporary Munich


Hamish Fulton
Walking Without A Smart Phone
9 February – 31 March 2017
Häusler Contemporary Munich
Maximilianstrasse 35
80539 München
Germany
http://haeusler-contemporary.com/hamish-fulton-walking-without-a-smartphone/

'Big experiences, small art. I reject all associations with any form of Land Art'
Hamish Fulton

Monday, 6 February 2017

Sarah Dobai & Ian Whittlesea at Roaming ROOM, London








 The Everyday Press presents
Sarah Dobai & Ian Whittlesea
at Roaming ROOM
Thursday 9th February

Roaming Room
24 Manchester Street

London
W1U 4DJ
http://www.roomartspace.co.uk/current.php


Sarah Dobai
will be staging a new performance work entitled The Forged Coupon. The work will feature footage streamed from an inaccessible room in the gallery building accompanied by a live reading of excerpts from Leo Tolstoy’s short story ‘The Forged Coupon’ (1912). The story unfolds from a scene that tells of a schoolboy solving his need for money by passing off a large value forged bank note to pay for a frame in a photography shop.
The performance relates to the forthcoming Everyday Press publication The Copyists.

Ian Whittlesea
will be presenting a series of posters in advance of the artist’s upcoming publication The Egyptian Postures featuring photographs of Ery Nzaramba demonstrating twelve esoteric Finger Exercises.
Ian Whittlesea’s work is concerned with words, and with the ability of text to transform the physical and psychic state of the viewer. It assumes many forms, from painstaking paintings to printed books, ephemeral posters and transient projections, and explores the relationships between language, image and diagram both on the page and in the world.