S t a n d p o i n t

A DECADE OF THE MARK TANNER
SCULPTURE AWARD
Rosie Leventon, Giles Kent, Victoria Rance, Paul Jones,
Kevin Osmond, John Summers, Clara Clark, Paul Carter,
John Wallbank, Jemima Brown


You are warmly invited to the opening party.

Tuesday 14th May 6-9pm

Standpoint will announce the winner of the 2013-4 award at 7.30pm.

This is also the Standpoint launch of ‘Thinking is Making, Presence and
Absence in Contemporary Sculpture’, published by Black Dog, with essays
by Martin Herbert, Fiona MacDonald and Matilda Strang.
The book will available for sale soon from the gallery and at
<http://www.standpointlondon.co.uk/mtsa.html>

£29.95 incl p&p, or at a special exhibition price of £25 if you collect in person


Exhibition continues 15 May - 29 June 2013

For more information please contact Fiona MacDonald
Standpoint Gallery
45 Coronet Street
London N1 6HD

www.standpointlondon.co.uk
+44 207 739 4921

Gallery open Wed - Sat 12-6





Kate MacGarry
Kate MacGarry

Artist's Talk

MATT BRYANS in conversation with Gilda Williams

Saturday 9 February 3pm
Free entry RSVP: mail@katemacgarry.com
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For his fourth solo show at Kate MacGarry, Bryans has transferred his process of erasure from newspaper cuttings to brick. As with his newspaper works he has taken a pre-existing, familiar material and eroded the surface, revealing new forms. Bryans has not only used a local material but also one that is heavily associated with Englishness. Bricks are the foundation of England's built environment and were the cornerstone of the industrial revolution. The old lives of these bricks, found in bombsites and other places in and around London, are carved into an odd, organic demeanour. Freed from their mortar they are sculpted into something that appears to have been eroded by nature.
The newspaper collages are Bryans' take on the ancient English theme of landscape. The artist has described them as "annihilated landscapes". They are a profusion of archetypal and empty spaces suffused with a melancholy presence. In Bryans' work a poetic transformation takes place, an alchemy with contemporary and banal found materials, producing something suggestive of worlds that exist in some legendary or fictional past tense. Examining his works there is a sense that we are penetrating the surface of things, getting under the skin of the world. His hallucinatory newspaper landscapes also seem to reflect political issues buried in our contemporary landscape.

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27 Old Nichol Street
London, E2 7HR

Tel +44 (0)20 7613 0515
mail@katemacgarry.com
www.katemacgarry.com



Death: A self-portrait

15 November 2012 - 24 February 2013

at The Wellcome Collection


http://www.wellcomecollection.org/whats-on/exhibitions/death-a-self-portrait.aspx

"Rare prints by Rembrandt, Dürer and Goya" - A must see!!!!!

Our major winter exhibition showcases some 300 works from a unique collection devoted to the iconography of death and our complex and contradictory attitudes towards it. Assembled by Richard Harris, a former antique print dealer based in Chicago, the collection is spectacularly diverse, including art works, historical artefacts, scientific specimens and ephemera from across the world. Rare prints by Rembrandt, Dürer and Goya will be displayed alongside anatomical drawings, war art and antique metamorphic postcards; human remains will be juxtaposed with Renaissance vanitas paintings and twentieth century installations celebrating Mexico’s Day of the Dead. From a group of ancient Incan skulls, to a spectacular chandelier made of 3000 plaster-cast bones by British artist Jodie Carey, this singular collection, by turns disturbing, macabre and moving, opens a window upon our enduring desire to make peace with death.



PAUL COLDWELL EXHIBITION AND TALK


Paul Coldwell, Prints and Sculpture, 14 January – 5 April 2013


The p/v at Canterbury is Monday 14th Jan 2013, 6-8.
Details of how to get there can be found on http://blogs.kent.ac.uk/studio3gallery/visiting/

Paul will be doing a talk on Morandi’s prints on sat 26th jan at the Estorick Collection to coincide with the exhibition
Giorgio Morandi
Works on Paper
16 January – 7 April 2013
This exhibition is a career-spanning selection of 80 meditative landscapes and intimate still lifes by the master of poetic understatement. Morandi’s beloved Grizzana landscape will also be explored in an accompanying exhibition of stunning reworked Polaroid photographs by Nino Migliori.






BOW ART OPEN STUDIOS - PV FRIDAY 24TH JUNE 2011


http://cardiffsessions.wordpress.com/2011/06/21/round-one-and-two-on-show-at-bow-art-open-studio-this-weekend/

COME AND MEET SOME COLLABORATIVE PRINTMAKERS FROM Cardiffsessions. Cheers sue.
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Andrea Buttner

Until the 10th April Buttners Woodcuts at the Whitechapel Gallery


Go Go Go........




ALEXANDRA CZINCZEL: BURRO DE CHANGE at Prick Your Finger


24 March 2011 - 19 April 2011

Open Tue - Fri 12pm - 7pm, Saturday 11am - 6pm.

Alexandra Czinczel's new installation “Burro de Change” and animated film "El Burro y los Muebles" are opening at Prick Your Finger this week.
The private view is on Wednesday 23 March from 6pm until 9pm.

Prick Your Finger
260 Globe Road
London E2 0JD



EX-CAMBERWELL STUDENTS PRINTMAKERS GROUP




LOOP at Bankside 2011

19 April 2011 - 25 April 2011

LOOP artists all demonstrate a devotion to the fine art print medium, from time-honoured traditional printmaking methods to the latest digital developments, from the simple yet elegant woodcut print to incorporating print as an element within a mixed-media sculptural work. Now in its seventh year, LOOP refreshes each exhibition by bringing together recent graduates with more established artists who may have exhibited internationally, set-up print studios, pursued teaching careers, or undertaken further educational research. The common history that weaves throughout the background of all the artists is the extended network connection gained through studying at Camberwell College, University of the Arts, London. The artists are Anna Alcock, Alison Bickmore, Helen Bridges, Anthony Broad, Ian Brown, Janet Curley Cannon, Gloria Ceballos, Marianne Ferm, Julie Hoyle, Samuel Lawson, Gail Mallatratt, Scarlett Massel, Elizabeth Ockford, Elizabeth Peer, Sumi Perera, Bill Pryde, Lucinka Soucek, Maki Takizawa, and John Tate, founder of LOOP.
Prints for sale. Open daily 11am - 6pm during exhibition dates.
For further information visit: http://loopartists. wordpress.com/ or email:loopartists1@gmail.com
Private View - Tuesday 19th April 6:30 – 9:30 PM
Closing Party - Monday 25th April 1:00 – 4:00PM




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http://www.vam.ac.uk/collections/photography/shadow-catchers-camera-less-photography/

sue



SUSAN HILLIER - TATE BRITAIN

TALK FRIDAY 25TH MARCH 2011 - 1PM - £5 TICKET
http://www.tate.org.uk/britain/exhibitions/susanhiller/default.shtm

sue

The Royal Society of British Artists annual exhibition is on display at The Mall Galleries near Trafalgar Square from 2nd. to 12th March. Paintings and prints, including one of mine, so would love some feed back. Fianne



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LONDON PRINT STUDIO PRESENTS
Cuban Gold - Viva La Reproduccion 
Cuban art always has something powerful to say. Curated by Sandra Ramos, this show features younger Cuban artists who grew up after the revolution. With a heightened international interest in Latin American art, this is a rare opportunity to view and collect prints by emerging Cuban artists. 20 Jan-4 June 2011 details here
http://www.londonprintstudio.org.uk/






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KINGS PLACE GALLERY - LONDON


PRIVATE VIEW - THURSDAY 2ND DECEMBER 2010 FROM 6-8PM
3RD DECEMBER - 24TH DECEMBER
4TH - 21ST JANUARY 2011
SPOILT FOR CHOICE - PRINTS FROM ADVANCED GRAPHICS - LONDON
http://www.kingsplace.co.uk/visual-arts/kings-place-gallery




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Hey Guys! I will be exhibiting/selling at the ECCA Creative Fair on Wednesday 17th November as part of Mini Mky. We will be selling hand made sketchbooks, greeting cards, screen printed t-shirts and much more all for under £10.00. Would be really great to see some of you there and if you register on the ECCA website (http://www.ecca-london.org/news/?id=6483) you get a free drink on the night!!!
The address for the fair is: Candid Arts Trust, 3 Torrens St, Islington, EC1V 1NQ
If you would like to see some of the things we do check out our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Mini-Mky/144286535581968
or blog:http://minimky.blogspot.com/


Magda x



JIMMY ROBERT: CONSENSUS ROUGE NOIR
London South London Gallery
Wednesday 10 November 2010, at 7pm

JIMMY ROBERT: CONSENSUS ROUGE NOIR

Jimmy Robert's practice spans drawing, photography, film and
performance. For the SLG, he presents a new performance featuring text
read live over filmed imagery. Presented in the new Clore Studio, the
work responds to the relative intimacy of the space and its smaller
audience.

The film is a montage of found images and super-8 shots of art works,
images of artistic practice and scenes of the everyday which allude to
various cities. Extending film into performance with a live reading of
his own texts, Robert continues his exploration of language in
relation to the 'other'. Questioning the separation between text,
image and the body, this live 'dialogue' becomes the link between the
viewer, the film and the projection space.

at

South London Gallery
65 Peckham Road, London, SE5 8UH
Nearest Train: Peckham Rye

FREE Admission
Telephone: 020 7703 6120




2010 ING Discerning Eye. 11th. - 21st. November 2010. 19th Exhibition of small prints at the Mall Galleries, SW1 Y5BD.



Louise Bourgeois, an exhibtion 'The Fabric Works' at Hausser & Wirth, 23, Savile Row from October 15th - December 18th






John Cage at Kettle's Yard: Link





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