GALLERY

Ailbhe Ní Bhriain
Inscriptions IV
February – March 2020
David Cheeseman at domobaal
Once ever After: Thrice Removed
15.11.19 – 14.12.19
opens Friday 15 November 6–8pm
David Cheeseman at Tintype Gallery
Drawn Breath
02.11.19 – 07.12.19
opens Friday 1 November 6–8pm
Alex Rich
27.09.19 – 02.11.19
opens Friday 27 September 6–8pm
Backyard Sculpture
A Collection Assembled by Gall & Gates
21.06.19 – 20.07.19
extended: open by prior appointment until the last day of Summer
Christopher Hanlon
A Stone In A Cloud
21.03.19 – 04.05.19
now extended: open by appointment only
'A Stone In A Cloud' review by Rebecca Geldard on appleandhat.com
The Rural College of Art:
David Gates with Lothar Götz
Götzbau
site–visit by appointment (ongoing)
Spaces The Live/Work Gallery on art-agenda.com
Jonathan Griffin, 27.07.15

ARTISTS

AILBHE Ní BHRIAIN

Ailbhe Ní Bhriain
Inscriptions IV
February – March 2020
Cinesalotto
Villa Erba (summer house of Luchino Visconti) Cernobbio, Lago di Como, Italy, curated by Eleonora Diana.
4/5/6 October 2019
Philosophy by Postcard
to celebrate the centenary of the birth of Iris Murdoch
Backyard Sculpture
A Collection Assembled by Gall & Gates
21.06.19 – 20.07.19
extended: open by prior appointment until the last day of Summer
The Parted Veil
The Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland, curated by Chris Clarke and Fiona Kearney.
13.04.19 – 30.06.19
Great Good Places
Solo exhibition of Great Good Places at Crawford Municipal Gallery, Cork, Ireland, curated by Dawn Williams.
22.03.19 – 09.06.19
Ailbhe Ní Bhriain: Inscriptions (One Here Now)
Visual, Old Dublin Road, Carlow, Ireland.
09.02.19 – 19.05.19
Ailbhe Ní Bhriain & Francis McKee in Conversation (Free admission: click to book a ticket)
Inscriptions of an Immense Theatre at Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin 2, Ireland.
Wednesday 23 January 2019 at 5.30pm
Inscriptions of an Immense Theatre
Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin 2, Ireland.
14.12.18 – 02.02.19
Inscriptions (One Here Now)
A new commission by Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, as part of a year celebration of 'One Here Now: The Brian O'Doherty/Patrick Ireland Project' at Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh, Ireland, curated by Miranda Driscoll.
03.11.18 – 09.02.19

CHRISTOPHER HANLON

Christopher Hanlon
A Stone In A Cloud
21.03.19 – 04.05.19
now extended: open by appointment only
'A Stone In A Cloud' review by Rebecca Geldard on appleandhat.com
AN review
John Moores Painting Prize 2016
Nerve Magazine review
John Moores Painting Prize 2016

DAVID GATES

This Is Not An Oak Tree
Jugg Art Foundation, 50 Corder Road, Ipswich IP4 2XD, Ipswich Annual Biennial, UK.
10.08.19 – 25.08.19
Open by appointment: 07469 599 460
Opens Saturday 10 August 3–6pm
International Lawns/The Rural College of Art/Disinformation
White Box Gallery, 5 Hare & Billet Road, Blackheath, London SE3 0RB.
05.07.19 – 28.07.19
Open Friday to Sunday 11–6pm
Opens Friday 5 July 6–8pm
Backyard Sculpture
A Collection Assembled by Gall & Gates
21.06.19 – 20.07.19
extended: open by prior appointment until the last day of Summer
Peckham 24
4th edition: Safehouse 1, 139 Copeland Road, Peckham. SE15 3SN
17.05.19 – 19.05.19
Opens Friday 17th May
The Rural College of Art – leaves
curated by David Gates
millimetre 02, Kingsgate Project Space, Kingsgate Workshops, 110–116 Kingsgate Road, London NW6 2JG
30.03.19 – 27.04.19
The Rural College of Art:
David Gates with Lothar Götz
Götzbau
site–visit by appointment (ongoing)
The Rural College of Art
Found & Forged
25.11.16 – 28.01.17

INTERNATIONAL LAWNS

International Lawns
Field Trip No.16
Saturday 24 August 2019: Sandwich2Margate.
International Lawns/The Rural College of Art/Disinformation
White Box Gallery, 5 Hare & Billet Road, Blackheath, London SE3 0RB.
05.07.19 – 28.07.19
Open Friday to Sunday 11–6pm
Opens Friday 5 July 6–8pm
Backyard Sculpture
A Collection Assembled by Gall & Gates
21.06.19 – 20.07.19
extended: open by prior appointment until the last day of Summer
Andrew Curtis
Assorted Originals
15.06.18 – 14.07.18
International Lawns
Field Trip No.15
an exhibition installed for One Day Only
Special Guests: Joe Banks/Disinformation presenting the Colin Banks Archive & David Gates/The Rural College of Art
Saturday 4 November 12–6pm

JEFFREY TY LEE

Artist in residence
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA), Singapore
15.02.16 – 11.03.16

JOHN STRUTTON

Introduction to Under 5's
YouTube
John Strutton's playlists
YouTube
John Strutton
Anna Lies
24.02.17 – 25.03.17
Ensorcelé, The Enchanted Hunter
Lucy Boyle, Beatrice Lettice Boyle with John Strutton's videos: 'Born Not Mad', 'Quicumque', 'Sea Monkeys' at Maverick Projects, AMP Gallery, 1 Acorn Parade, Meeting House Lane, London SE15 2TZ.
08.07.16 – 30.07.16
Dear Serge
John Strutton: video screening followed by Q&A at 3:30pm in the auditorium at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea.
Saturday 30 May 12–6pm

LARA VIANA

Lara Viana
andriesse eyck galerie, Amsterdam, Netherlands, with a text by Rebecca Geldard.
02.02.19 – 09.03.19
Málverkasýning (Paintings)
Andreas Eriksson, James White, Mairead O'hEocha, Silke Otto–Knapp, Melanie Smith and Lara Viana at i8 gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland.
10.02.17 – 22.04.17

LEE EDWARDS

LINES
eN Arts, Kyoto, Japan
08.11.19 – 01.12.19
Opens Saturday 8th November 6–8pm
Inside Job
Tate Modern Galleries (Level 6)
Saturday 7th April 10am–10pm and Sunday 8th April 10am–6pm
Fibre of Being
Vimeo
Artists bring the outside in, 30.04.16
London Live TV
Paul's Art Stuff on a Train #152
Lee Edwards: Fibre of Being

LOTHAR GÖTZ

The Rural College of Art:
David Gates with Lothar Götz
Götzbau
site–visit by appointment (ongoing)
Lothar Götz: Fairground Attraction
Gallery 1, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle, UK.
05.10.19 – 04.01.20
Paintings
Galerie Grölle Pass Projects, Wuppertal, Germany.
Opens 31.08.19
Insight 22 'spec/bug'
Rachel Adams, Shigeru Izumi, Lothar Götz, Carlo Zauli, Haruko Sasakawa, Miki Sato, Katuso Tachi, Natsuyuki Nakanishi, Eric Bainbridge at Yoshimi Arts, Osaka, Japan.
31.07.19 – 20.08.19
Lothar Götz: Glass Cloud Gallery
Camden Peoples Theatre windows, 58–60 Hampstead Road, London NW1 2PY.
13.07.19 – 18.08.19
Flash Memories
A group exhibiton extended across three galleries, curated by Takeshi Hirata (art critic) at Sai Gallery, Yoshimi Arts, The Third Gallery Aya, Osaka, Japan.
29.06.19 – 20.07.19
Backyard Sculpture
A Collection Assembled by Gall & Gates
21.06.19 – 20.07.19
extended: open by prior appointment until the last day of Summer
Lothar Götz: Towner Gallery
Brewers Towner Commission, Towner Gallery, Eastbourne to transform the gallery's exterior walls to mark the 10th anniversary of the gallery.
01.06.19 – 31.05.20
Lothar Götz: Xanadu
Leeds City Art Gallery: staircase commission, with the support of The Art Fund, Art Happens.
Opens Thursday 12 October 2017 – (ongoing)
Lothar Götz: Composition for a Staircase
Site–specific mural commissioned to mark the 10th anniversary of Pallant House Gallery's contemporary wing in the stairwell of the new wing, Chichester, UK (supported by The Abbey Harris Mural Fund).
extended until 31 December 2019

MARCEL DINAHET

Marcel Dinahet: Sous le tôit
Penthouse, Margate, UK.
Opens: Saturday 19 October 2019 in the early evening.
(thereafter by appointment, please contact for details)
Marcel Dinahet
FRAC Bretagne, Rennes, France.
13.06.18 – 03.11.18
Events and Talks:
Tuesday 18 June: Marcel Dinahet exhibition tour and conversation with Dominique Abensour.
Tuesday 17 September: Conference presented by Pascal Beausse 'les artistes écosophes'.
Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 September: Journées du Patrimoine, Association Marcel Dinahet/Melaine Dalibert.
Sunday 29 September: Suspended Spaces.
Sunday 13 October: Finis Terrae.
Tuesday 15 October: Marcel Dinahet and writers, monograph publication launch catalogue in the context of the 30 year anniversary of the 'Archives de la critique d'art' with Jean–Marc Huitorel, Antje Kramer, and others.
Suspended Spaces: Retour de Fordlândia, une archive à ciel ouvert
La Colonie, Paris, France.
13.11.18 – 25.11.18
Suspended Spaces
curated by Dorothée Duvivier at BPS22 Museum, 22 Boulevard Solvay, B–6000 Charleroi, Hainaut, Belgium.
16.06.18 – 02.09.19
Now Wakes the Sea
curated by Kirstie North and Chris Clarke, with Tacita Dean, Marcel Dinahet, Sean Lynch, Maria McKinney, Conrad Shawcross, Lucy Skaer, and Janaina Tschape, at The Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland.
03.08.17 – 05.11.17
Refaire Surface
suspended spaces at Centre d'art Le Lait, Albi, France.
01.07.17 – 22.10.17
La ville, la mer
Saint–Malo invites FRAC Bretagne, Chapelle Saint–Sauveur, Saint–Malo, France.
01.07.17 – 17.09.17

MAUD COTTER

Coventry Biennial 2019: The Twin
curated by Ryan Hughes
04.10.19 – 24.11.19
a consequence of – a breather of air
solo exhibition curated by Sarah Searson at The Dock, Carrick–on–Shannon, Ireland.
07.09.19 – 02.11.19
Backyard Sculpture
A Collection Assembled by Gall & Gates
21.06.19 – 20.07.19
extended: open by prior appointment until the last day of Summer
the crow's nest
Commissioned by Leitrim County Council under the Percent for Art Scheme, Department of Arts, Heritage Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs at The Dock, Carrick–on–Shannon, Ireland.
April 2019 onwards

MHAIRI VARI

Coventry Biennial 2019: The Twin
curated by Ryan Hughes.
04.10.19 – 24.11.19
Backyard Sculpture
A Collection Assembled by Gall & Gates
21.06.19 – 20.07.19
extended: open by prior appointment until the last day of Summer
Hollow Objects (solo)
St Augustine's Tower, Hackney, London E8 1HT
Friday 10th May 6–9pm
Saturday 11th May2–5pm
Sunday 12th May 2–5pm
Sculpture in the City 2017
Support for a Cloud, Lloyds Building, City of London.
watch Mhairi Vari's interview on YouTube

NICKY HIRST

Coventry Biennial 2019: The Twin
curated by Ryan Hughes.
04.10.19 – 24.11.19
ALGORITHMS – GRAIL MOTHS, LARGISH TOM, MISTRAL HOG, LOAMS GIRTH, SHALOM GRIT, SOLAR MIGHT, ROAMS LIGHT, MORAL SIGHT, A GRIM SLOTH, A LOGS MIRTH, MORTAL SIGH.
Solo exhibiton at Exeter Phoenix, Exeter, UK
Artist Talk: Saturday 13 July 3–5pm
14.07.19 – 08.09.19
Backyard Sculpture
A Collection Assembled by Gall & Gates
21.06.19 – 20.07.19
extended: open by prior appointment until the last day of Summer
VA19, Venice Agendas, The Markets
instagram
Commission to create a new Instagram project for Venice Agendas. The photographs are a work-in-progress exploring the impact of the art market on artists, institutions, curators and writers. Venice Agendas is a platform for critical international debate and has featured at every Venice Biennale since 1999. Funded by Arts Council England.
AN Bursary
2019
Government Art Collection 2019
'New World' (2017 metal and wood 50×50cm) purchased by the Government Art Collection
NDM Public Art Commission 2019
Commission for the Nuffield Department of Medicine Building, Oxford University, UK.
GOSH Commission 2019
Commission for Great Ormond Street Hospital for a series of site responsive artworks informed by conversations with patients and staff and condash;curate a display of artwork from the GOSH arts and heritage collection.

RACHEL ADAMS

Insight 22 'spec/bug'
Rachel Adams, Shigeru Izumi, Lothar Götz, Carlo Zauli, Haruko Sasakawa, Miki Sato, Katuso Tachi, Natsuyuki Nakanishi, Eric Bainbridge at Yoshimi Arts, Osaka, Japan.
31.07.19 – 20.08.19
Flash Memories
A group exhibiton extended across three galleries, curated by Takeshi Hirata (art critic) at Sai Gallery, Yoshimi Arts, The Third Gallery Aya, Osaka, Japan.
29.06.19 – 20.07.19
Stoop–Stoop–Stooping is Stoopid!
Rachel Adams and Tessa Lynch
Studio Pavilion at House for an Art Lover, Bellahouston Park, 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow G41 5BW, Scotland.
13.07.19 – 15.09.19
Opens Friday 12 July 7–10pm
Backyard Sculpture
A Collection Assembled by Gall & Gates
21.06.19 – 20.07.19
extended: open by prior appointment until the last day of Summer
Noon
Solo exhibition as part of Garden at David Dale Gallery & Studios, Glasgow, Scotlsnd.
15.09.18 – 20.10.18
PhD, University of Edinburgh and Dundee Contemporary Arts
awarded Arts & Humanities Research Council Grant.
2017 – (ongoing)
Generation Scotland
25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland

SIÂN PILE

Phytopia
curated by Edward Chell at Glynn Vivian Museum and Art Gallery, Alexandra Road, Swansea, SA1 5DZ.
artist conference on Saturday 16th February 2019.
15.02.19 – 26.05.19
Phytopia
curated by Edward Chell at Thames–Side Studios Gallery, Trinity Wharf, Harrington Way, Warspite Road, London SE18 5NR.
01.02.18 – 03.03.18
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