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TJ Boulting will be taking part in the inaugural START art fair for internationally selected young galleries held at the Saatchi Gallery in London from 26 – 29 June 2014, where we will be presenting new work by Henry Hudson, Stephanie Quayle and Boo Saville.
We are almost ready for tonight’s opening. If you’re in Paris this week, stop by Galerie RueVisconti for the third (and final) instalment of Honoré.Galerie RueVisconti
Hannah Watson from Trolley is curating her own show Protanopiautopia alongside two other london-based curators to make up HONORÉ #1 in Paris. Hannah’s show will include work by artists Boo Saville, Henry Hudson and Ricardo Cases.
The show Opens on Wednesday 18th June at 7pm (Public opening on Thursday 19th, Friday 20th, and Saturday 21th June from noon till 8pm)
Galerie RueVisconti 17-19, rue Visconti 75006 Paris
For more information please visit www.honorevisconti.com
See you there!
The Vancouver Biennale is a non-profit charitable organization that celebrates art in public space. Each exhibition transforms the urban landscape into an Open Air Museum, creating globally inspired cultural experiences where people live, work, play and transit. The Biennale features internationally renowned and emerging contemporary artists that represent a diversity of cultural perspectives and artistic disciplines including sculpture, new media, performance works and film. The Vancouver Biennale transforms the urban landscape into an Open Air Museum, creating unexpected and globally inspired cultural experiences where people live, play, work, and transit.
Often products of physically demanding activity, Juliana Cerqueira Leite’s sculptures engage the history of figurative art challenging notions of the body as static and re-formulating figurative representation to reflect the qualities that differentiate living matter from non-living matter. Her sculptures relate to the artist’s body through its proportions and form, often products of repetitive activities such as digging or crawling, combined with simple intentions such as moving forward or backward.
“I approach making from a position of limited control. Assigned a simple task such as ‘move up’ or ‘move down’ the body is instrument, functioning at a similar level to the material with which it contends. Clay for instance, possessing the base organic qualities of memory, resistance and weight, forms an opposing and co-existing body upon which the struggle to use and control space is imprinted. Outcomes are largely unpredictable as I am sculpting from the inside out and working from subjective questions about physical being.”
Get your hands on a copy of THIS IS NOT A BOOK ABOUT GAVIN TURK and much more tonight at TJ BOULTING.
Trolley is looking forward to The Art Car Boot Fair this Sunday where we will be giving a special preview of This Is Not A Book About Gavin Turk.
See you there!
June 8th 12-6pm
Magnum photographer Chien-Chi Chang’s ‘The Chain’ series is showing at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF) Sydney, Australia until the 2nd August.
The 45 photographic portraits of chained inmates in a mental asylum in Taiwan are being shown alongside a new work commissioned by SCAF entitled Side Chain (1993-2014). Both works explore Chang’s connections with the Lung FaTang Temple and its patients and ’symbolise the human condition at its most elemental’. These works are accompanied by China Town (1992-2011) an additional work that alerts our attention to the plight of illegal Chinese immigrants in New York.
Hannah from Trolley will be speaking at ‘PHOTOBOOK ORGY’ tomorrow at The Photographers’ Gallery from 6.30pm. The event is part of a celebration of Self Publish, Be Happy’s 4th birthday! Hannah will be reading a text from one of the contributors… but which contributor is yet to be revealed. Tickets still available…..
The Photographer’s Gallery
16-18 Ramillies Street
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