ANDREAS MAUS/ EUWARD KUNST PREIS
Andeas Maus is one of three recipients of the 2020 Euward Kunst Preis. The prize is awarded by the Augustinum Foundation to artists with some form of mental impairment. Since 2000 the foundation has made awards every three years to recognise and raise public awareness of the outstanding achievements of people with such disabilities working in Europe. Haus de Kunst in Munich will exhibit Maus’ work alongside works by the other recipients, Felix Brenner and HarHang Mui, in April 2021.
AARON ANGELL/ LEACH 100
Aaron Angell has been awarded one of four commissions by the Leach Pottery to celebrate their 100th anniversary. Angell will be constructing an anagama kiln to prodice Iga and Shigaraki-type ceramic sculpture.
AARON ANGELL/ NOUVEAU MUSEE NATIONAL DE MONACO
Aaron Angell is participating in ‘Céremiques’ at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco, 29 April to 27 September, alongside Chiara Camoni, Simone Fattal, Magdalena Suarez, Johan Cretan, Ken Price, Ron Nagle and Brian Rochefort.
RUTH EWAN/ PITZHANGER MANOR
Ruth Ewan has been commissioned to make work in response to William Hogarth’s series of paintings ‘A Rake’s Progress’ (1732-1734) at Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery 8 March to 19 July 2020. Her work will presented alongside Hogarth’s paintings and contemporary works by Faisal Abdu’Allah, James Fritz, Oliver Payne & Nick Relph and John Riddy. HERE link: https://www.pitzhanger.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Pitzhanger_Hogarth_Press-Release_Final.pdf
WILL BENEDICT/ BALENCIAGA
Will Benedict has created a 4 minute distopian news broadcast to launch Balenciaga’s Summer 2020 campaign HERE link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHSeIK6tmfg
more information about the film and accompanying posters HERE link: https://www.vogue.com/article/balenciaga-spring-2020-campaign-news-will-benedict-artist
WILL BENEDICT/ WOLF EYES
Will Benedict’s video for Wolf Eyes’ ‘I Spend Too Much Time Outside’ can be viewed HERE link https://fourthree.boilerroom.tv/film/wolf-eyes-i-spend-too-much-time-outside-aka-undertow
RUTH EWAN/ HIGH LINE
Ruth Ewan’s ‘Silent Agitator’ is on the High Line, New York at the junction with 24th St until March 2020. MORE link https://www.thehighline.org/art/projects/ruth-ewan/
RUTH EWAN/ CAPC BORDEAUX
Ruth Ewan’s solo exhibition, ‘It Rains, It Rains’ will open at CAPC·Musée d’art Contemporain de·Bordeaux on 20 June and continue until 22 September. MORE link: http://www.capc-bordeaux.fr/en/program/ruth-ewan
RUTH EWAN/ YORKSHIRE SCULPTURE PARK
Ruth Ewan’s solo exhibition ‘Asking Out’ at Yorkshire Sculpture Park opens on 13 July and continues until 3 November. MORE link: https://ysp.org.uk/exhibitions/ruth-ewan-and-oscar-murillo
ANDREAS MAUS/ MUSEUM KAMPA, PRAGUE
Andreas Maus’ work is included in ‘An Office for Eyes, a·Nose, a·Mask, a·Tongue, a·Heart, a·Hand and a·Mouth.’ until 6 September 2019 at Museum Kampa, Prague. The exhibition is a collaboration between Eva Kotˇátková and artists working at KAT18.
STEPHEN SUTCLIFFE/ KUNSTLERHAUS STUTTGART
Stephen Sutcliffe’s solo exhibition ‘High Windows, Dead Birds’ at Künstlerhaus Stuttgart opens 8 June and continues until 15 September 2019
RUTH EWAN/ FRAC GRAND LARGE- HAUTS DE FRANCE
Ruth Ewan’s work is included in ‘Grande Révolution Domestique’ at Familistère de Guise, Dunkerque from March 2 to March 31, 2019 MORE link https://www.familistere.com/fr/actualites/agenda-culturel/exposition-grande-revolution-domestique#L’EXPO
STEPHEN SUTCLIFFE/ LONDON FILM FESTIVAL
Stephen Sutcliffe’s ‘Casting Through and Scenes from Radcliffe’, 2017 will be screened at the London Film Festival, BFI Southbank on 15 October as part of ‘Performance Anxiety’ programmed by Ben Cook.
RUTH EWAN/ EDINBURGH ART FESTIVAL
Ruth Ewan presents ‘Sympathetic Magick’ a street performance for Edinburgh 26 July until 26 August 2018.
WILL BENEDICT/ ROSKILDE FESTIVAL
Will Benedict will be screening a new collaborative film, ‘I Spend Too Much Time Outside’, made with Steffen Jørgensen and Wolf Eyes at the Roskilde Festival, 30 June – 7 July 2018.
AARON ANGELL/ RODEO
Aaron Angell is exhibiting collaborative works produced with Ian Law in ‘Early Monodies’ at Rodeo, 125 Charing Cross Road London WC2H 0EW, 29 June – 8 September 2018
AARON ANGELL / KUNSTVEREIN FREIBURG
Aaron Angell’s ‘Heat-Haze Theatre/ Hitzeflimmern-Theater’, an exhibition of new paintings and ceramic sculpture opens at the Kunstverein Freiburg on Friday 23 March. The exhibition will continue until 6 May 2018 at Dreisamstraße 21, 79098 Freiburg.
TOM HUMPHREYS/ HIGH ART
Tom Humphreys’ exhibition of new paintings and sculpture at High Art continues until 7 April 2018 at High Art, 1, Rue Fromentin , 75009 Paris.
WILL BENEDICT/ HALLE FUER KUNST, LUENEBURG
Will Bendedict’s work is included in ‘Vom Handeln’ alongside works by Bernadette Corporation, Stephan Janitzky, Steffen J¿rgensen, HC Playner, Puppies Puppies, Ulla Rossek und Diamond Stingily at Halle für Kunst, Reichenbachstraße 2, 21335 Lüneburg until 8 April.
DAVID ROBILLIARD/ PARK VIEW & LULU
Park View and Lulu are jointly presenting drawings by David Robilliard at 836 S. Park View St., Los Angeles as part of a larger gallery collaboration that incorporates Hannah Hoffman, Kristina Kite, and Park View in Los Angeles working with international partners: Callicoon Fine Arts, Agustina Ferreyra, Jan Kaps, Lambda Lambda Lambda, Lulu, Max Mayer, Misako & Rosen, Pied-a-terre, and Tif Sigfrids. The exhibition continues until 31 March 2018
RUTH EWAN / YORKSHIRE SCULPTURE PARK
Ruth Ewan’s ‘A Jukebox of People Trying to Change the World’ (2003 – ) is included in the Yorkshire Sculture Park’s ‘Revolt and Revolutions’ alongside works by Martin Boyce, Victor Burgin, Susan Philipsz, Fay Godwin, Peter Kennard, Andrew Logan and Henry Moore amongst others. The exhibition continues until 15 April 2018. Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton, Wakefield WF4 4LG.
AARON ANGELL/ GALLERY OF MODERN ART, GLASGOW
Aaron Angell presents a restored, nineteenth century, Wardian Case, inflatable furniture filled with a mock hypocaust heating system, a methane powered sewer lamp, an oversized cabbage, cinerary urns and a painting. at the Gallery of Modern Art, Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow until 18 March 2018.
RUTH EWAN / BOOKWORKS
As part of Beyond Words, commissioned by Bookworks for the Freedom Festival in Hull, Ruth Ewan has produced ‘Twenty–Nine Thousand Nights: A Communist Life’ the autobiography of the journalist and political activist Nan Berger (1914 – 1998). Berger’s previously unpublished manuscript, found by Ewan in the Women’s Library Collection at the London School of Economics, is accompanied by additional material from the Liberty Archive at the Hull History Centre, the National Archives in Kew and from the Berger family.
WILL BENEDICT / DE YOUNG, SAN FRANCISCO
Will Benedict will be showing The Restaurant (a cooking show with political themes realized with Steffen Jørgensen) within DIS’ ‘Genre-Nonconforming: The DIS Edutainment Network’ at the de Yound Museum, San Francisco, 2 December until 10 June 2018.
RUTH EWAN/ THE COMMON GUILD AT THE HUNTERIAN GALLERY, GLASGOW
Ruth Ewan’s work is included in ‘A Synchronology: the contemporary and other times’ at the Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow 27 October 2017 – 28 January 2018. Other particpants include Robert Barry, Gerard Byrne, Phil Collins, Sharon Hayes, Simon Starling and Corin Sworn. The exhibition, curated by Dr Dominic Paterson, marks the tenth anniversary of The Common Guild.
STEPHEN SUTCLIFFE/ TALBOT RICE GALLERY, UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH
Stephen Sutcliffe’s solo exhibition at the Talbot Rice Gallery ‘Sex Symbols in Sandwich Signs’, part of the Edinburgh Art Festival, features a new video work alongside earlier videos, wall drawings, personal archival material and items borrowed from the Lindsay Anderson archive at the University of Stirling. The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue with contributions from Ilsa Colsell, Michelle Cotton and Dan Fox. The exhibition is open from 28 July until 30 September at the Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh EH8 9YL.
STEPHEN SUTCLIFFE/ THE WHITWORTH, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
‘No End to Enderby’ a new film installation by Graham Eatough·and·Stephen Sutcliffe will be on display 30 June – 17 September 2017 at the Whitworth in Manchester. The work is an adaptation of the first and last chapters of Anthony Burgess’ series of Enderby novels and marks the 100th anniversary of his birth. The work was commissioned by the Whitworth, the University of Manchester, the Contemporary Arts Society, Manchester International Festival and Glasgow International. It follows the Contemporary Art Society Annual Award in 2015 and was co-produced with the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester. Additional support came from the National Lottery through Creative Scotland and from Outset Scotland and it was developed in partnership with LUX / Artists’ Moving Image.
DAVID BURTON/ MUSEUM OF OLD AND NEW ART, TASMANIA
Paintings by David Burton are included in the latest incarnation of the Museum of Everything at the Museum of Old and New Art, 655 Main Road, Berriedale, Tasmania 7011. The exhibition includes works by Morton Bartlett, James Castle, Aloîse Corbaz, Henry Darger, Guo Fengyi, William Hawkins, Hilma af Klint, Walter Potter, Martîn Ramîrez, André Robilliard, William Scott, Judith Scott, Alfred Wallis and Adolf Wölfli amongst many others and continues until 12 April 2018.
LSD/ KUNSTHALL OSLO
Prints based upon sheets of perforated LSD blotter previously exhibited at the gallery in London and in Cologne, at White Columns in New York and at the NADA art fair in Miami will be presented at the Kunsthall Oslo. The prints are by Art & Language, Thomas Bayrle, Henning Bohl, Steven Claydon, Jeremy Deller, Jim Drain, Liam Gillick, Rodney Graham, Carsten Höller, Mark Leckey, Chris Martin, Aleksandra Mir, Matt Mullican, Laura Owens, Tal R, David Shrigley, Philip Taaffe, Mungo Thomson, Pae White and Richard Wright. 17th February until 2nd April 2017: Kunsthall Oslo, Rostockgata 2-4, 0191 Oslo.
WILL BENEDICT/ GIÓ MARCONI
Will Benedict’s ‘The Social Democrat’, a solo exhibition of paintings, will be at Gió Marconi, 16th February until 24th March 2017: via Tadino 20, I-20124 Milan.
WILL BENEDICT/ FONDAZIONE GIULIANI
Will Benedict’s ‘Fiction is a Terrible Enemy’ a solo exhibition of his films will be at at Fondazione Giuliani, 11th February until 8th April 2017, via Gustavo Bianchi, 1, 00153 Rome.
STEPHEN SUTCLIFFE / SIMON LEE GALLERY
Works by Stephen Sutcliffe are included in ‘Screen Memory’, curated by Eoin Donnellyat Simon Lee Gallery, London. The exhibition also includes works by Richard Artschwager, Wallace Berman, Sarah Cwynar, Jamian Juliano-Villani, Mike Kelley, William Leavitt, Sherrie Levine, Dennis Oppenheim, Allen Ruppersberg, Jim Shaw and Sturtevant. 10th February – 11th March, 2017: Simon Lee, 12 Berkeley Street, London W1J 8DT.
WILL BENEDICT/ SIMON LEE, HONG KONG
Will Benedict’s ‘Law and Order’, a solo exhibition of new works will be at Simon Lee, Hong Kong, 20th January until 11th March 2017: Simon Lee, 304, 3F The Pedder Building,12 Pedder Street, Central, Hong Kong.
THIAGO UNA/ NIEVES
Nieves, Zürich, will publish a limited edition zine of drawings by Thiago Una on 17th December 2016
CHRISTOPHER LOGUE/ MUSÉE RATH, GENEVA
Christopher Logue’s 1968 collaboration with Colin Self, ‘Electric Chair’ is included in the Musée d’art et d’histoire in Geneva’s exhibition ‘Nightfall’. The exhibition explores the Gothic imagination since 1816, marking the two hundredth anniversary of Mary Shelley, John Polidori and Lord Byron’s visit to Geneva and respective works: ‘Frankenstein’, ‘The Vampyre’ and ‘The Burial: A Fragment’. December 2nd 2016 until March 19th, 2017: Musée Rath, Place de Neuve 1, 1204 Geneva.
PARIS INTERNATIONALE 2016
The gallery will be presenting works by David Burton, Inventory and Edward Kay at Paris Internationale, October 19–23, 2016,51 Avenue d’Iéna, 75116 Paris
WILL BENEDICT/ FONDATION D’ENTREPRISE RICARD
Will Benedict has been shortlisted for the 18th Fondation d’entreprise Ricard Prize alongside Anne Imhof, Clarisse Hahn, Clément Cogitore, Julien Crépieux, Louise Sartor, Marie Voignier and Mélanie Matranga. The exhibition, curated by Isabelle Cornaro, will continue until 28 October 2016.
RUTH EWAN/ SAO PAULO BIENAL
Ruth Ewan is participating in ‘Incerteza Viva’; the 32nd Bienal de Sao Paulo, 7 September – 11 December. The exhibition features works by 81 artists from 33 countries and is curated by Jochen Volz.
RUTH EWAN/ NORTH WEST CAMBRIDGE DEVELOPMENT
Ruth Ewan’s ‘Another Time’ (2016) is ‘a non-mechanical clock’ which takes the form of a wild flower meadow consisting of plants with time keeping properties. 5 million seeds, planted in April 2016, will come into bloom over the next three months on farmland between Cambridge’s Huntingdon and Madingly Roads. This public artwork follows a hypothesis in Carl Linnaeus’ ‘Philosophia Botanica’, 1751 for a floral clock, for agricultural workers. The project, which will continue for three years, was commissioned by the Contemporary Art Society and InSite Art.
STEPHEN SUTCLIFFE/ THE HEPWORTH, WAKEFIELD
Stephen Sutcliffe’s ‘Twixt Cup and Lip’ (2016), a single-channel video installation loosely based on David Storey’s play ‘The Contractor’ (1969), commissioned by the Hepworth Wakefield is on display in their Calder Gallery until 2 October 2016.
RUTH EWAN / ROYAL LONDON HOSPITAL
Ruth Ewan’s ‘Being as you mentioned…’ (2015), a series of flash cards commissioned by Vital Arts for use by older patients at The Royal London, Mile End, Whipps Cross and Newham University Hospitals, is on display at the Royal London Hospital Gallery, Whitechapel, London.
WILL BENEDICT / NEUEALTEBRUECKE
Will Benedikt and Anita Leisz’s ‘Malaria’ opens at Neuealtebruecke, Hafenstrasse 23, Frankfurt 13 February and continues until 30 March 2016.
AARON ANGELL / MARKUS LUETTGEN
Aaron Angell’s ‘Variations on the Chaldon Doom’ opens at Markus Lüttgen, Schaafenstrasse 43, Cologne on 12 February and continues until 24 April 2016.
AARON ANGELL/ TATE ST. IVES
‘That Continuous Thing: Artists and the Ceramics Studio’ at Tate St. Ives features two rooms of works produced in Aaron Angell’s Troy Town Art Pottery. The displays, curated by Angell, also incorporate historical works by, amongst others, Barry Flanagan, Mo Jupp, Gillian Lowndes, Richard Slee and Denise Wren alongside an uncredited Etruscan anatomical votive object from around 200 BCE and a medieval English terracotta roof finial. The exhibition continues until 3 September 2017: Tate St. Ives, Porthmeor Beach, St Ives, Cornwall
TOM HUMPHREYS/ FORDE
Tom Humphrey’s solo exhibition, ‘Under the Wing’, will be at Forde, 19th February until 16th March 2017: Forde, 4 place des Volontaires, 1204 Genève. The exhibition will be accompanied by a new monograph published by Sternberg Press.
RUTH EWAN / SOMERSET HOUSE
‘A Jukebox of People Trying to Change the World’ (2003 – ) is on display in the Great Arch Hall of Somerset House, London until 10 April 2016 as part of the celebration of the 500th anniversary of the publication of Thomas More’s ‘Utopia’.
RUTH EWAN/ ART OUT OF ORDINARY PLACES
‘No Tail’, a mystery play created by Ruth Ewan, will be performed on the 22nd December, the Winter Solstice, at Temple Manor in Strood. The play has been created with with professional and amateur performers for this 13th century Knights Templar lodging.
LSD/ NADA, MIAMI
Editioned prints by Art & Language, Thomas Bayrle, Henning Bohl, Steven Claydon, Jeremy Deller, Jim Drain, Liam Gillick, Rodney Graham, Carsten Höller, Mark Leckey, Chris Martin, Aleksandra Mir, Matt Mullican, Laura Owens, Tal R, David Shrigley, Philip Taaffe, Mungo Thomson, Pae White and Richard Wright based upon sheets of perforted LSD blotter will be presented alongside vintage poster poems by Christopher Logue with Germano Facetti and Derek Boshier at the NADA art fair, the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, 4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140, 3 – 5 December 2015.
STEPHEN SUTCLIFFE & GRAHAM EATOUGH / CAS AWARD
Stephen Sutcliffe & Graham Eatough have won the £40,000 Contemporary Art Society’s Annual Award 2015. The award will facilitate a commission from the Whitworth, University of Manchester, to make a film based upon the first and last chapters of Anthony Burgess’ Enderby novels (1963 – 1984). The film, made in partnership with LUX, will be presented in 2017.
OUTSIDER ART FAIR / PARIS
Works by David Burton and Thiago Una will be presented at the Outsider Art Fair, Hôtel du Duc, 22 rue de la Michodière, 75002 Paris from 22 – 25 October 2015.
FRIEZE ART FAIR
Works by Aaron Angell, David Burton and Tom Humphreys will be presented at the Frieze Art Fair, Regents Park London from 13 – 17 October 2015.
AARON ANGELL / THE BRITISH ART SHOW
Aaron Angell is participating in the British Art Show at Leeds City Art Gallery until 10 January. The exhibition will subsequently tour to Edinburgh (13 February – 8 May 2016), Norwich (24 June – 4 September 2016) and Southampton (8 October 2016 – 14 January 2017).
WILL BENEDICT / OVERDUIN & CO, LOS ANGELES
Will Benedict’s ‘Bad Weather’ will open at Overduin & Co, 6693 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles on 13 September and continues until 17 October 2015.
AARON ANGELL/ STUDIO LEIGH, LONDON
Aaron Angell is participating in the inaugeral exhibition at Studio Leigh, 4 Garden Walk EC2, 24 November until 6 November 2015.
STEPHEN SUTCLIFFE/ RODEO, ISTANBUL
Stepehn Sutcliffe is exhibiting in Survival Is Not Enough at Rodeo, Istanbul alongside BLESS, Cara Benedetto, A.K. Burns, Susan Cianciolo, Banu Cennetog˘lu, Enrico David, Lukas Duwenhögger, Giorgos Gyparakis, Tamara Henderson, Ull Hohn, Stanya Kahn, Ian Law, Felix Melia, Sohrab Mohebbi, Angelos Papadimitriou, James Richards, Miljohn Ruperto, Aziz Tavil, Stelios Votsis, Andrea Zittel. The exhibition at Siraselviler Cad. 49, Taksim Istanbul continues until 3 October 2015.
TOM HUMPHREYS/ 1857 OSLO
Tom Humphreys is exhibiting in ‘Conflicting Evidence’ at 1857 Oslo, alongside Ragna Bley, Magni Borgehed, Hi-5, Mirak Jamal and Carl Mannov continues until 16 August 2015.
RUTH EWAN/ CAMDEN ARTS CENTRE
Ruth Ewan has a solo exhibition of her work at the Camden Art Centre, London from 30 January until 29 March 2015. The exhibition, ‘Back to the Fields’, references radical ideas that followed in the wake of the French Revolution.
RUTH EWAN/ HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT
Ruth Ewan has works on display in Wesminster Hall commemorating Magna Carta (1215) and John Wilkes’ publication of parliamentary debates (1771). The works are presented as part of Parliament in the Making which celebrates the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta and 750 years since the foundation of the de Montfort Parliament. Ewan’s banners will be on display until Novermber 2015.
RUTH EWAN/ MILTON KEYNES GALLERY
Ruth Ewan’s work is included in ‘How to Construct a Time Machine’ at Milton Keynes Gallery from 23 January until 22 March 2015. Her work is presented alongside works by artists, filmakers and musicians including John Cage, On Kawara, the Lumière Brothers, Chris Marker, Kris Martin, Georges Méliès, Melvin Moti, Nam June Paik, Katie Paterson, Elizabeth Price, Sun Ra, Raqs Media Collective, The Otolith Group and Mark Wallinger amongst others. The exhibition is curated by Dr·Marquard Smith, Head of Doctoral Studies/Research Leader in the School of Humanities at·the Royal College of Art, London.
STEPHEN SUTCLIFFE/ CUBITT
Stephen Sutcliffe wll be exhibiting alongside Gregg Bordwitz and Adrian Piper in ‘Down where changed’ at Cubitt, London. The exhibition opens on Thursday 27th November, and will run until Sunday 11th January 2015.
TOM HUMPHREYS AND INVENTORY/ BERGEN KUNSTHALL
Works by Tom Humphreys and Inventory are included in Will Benedict’s current exhibition ‘Corruption Feeds’ at Bergen Kunsthall. Other artists’ whose work is featured include Henning Bohl, Wolfgang Breuer, Clegg & Guttmann, HowardFinster, Gaylen Gerber, David Leonard, Michele Di Menna, Pentti Monkkonen,Puppies Puppies, Lin May Saeed, Lucie Stahl, Sergei Tcherepnin and Paul Theriault. The exhibition continues until 14th December.
LSD / WHITE COLUMNS, NEW YORK
Editions produced by Rob Tufnell of designs for sheets of LSD blotter by Art & Language, Thomas Bayrle, Henning Bohl, Steven Claydon, Jeremy Deller, Jim Drain, Liam Gillick, Rodney Graham, Mark Leckey, Aleksandra Mir, Tal R, David Shrigley,Philip Taaffe, Mungo Thomson, Pae White, and Richard Wright are on display at White Columns until 22 November.
STEPHEN SUTCLIFFE/ TATE MODERN
Stephen Sutcliffe’s ‘The Hidden God’, 2014, receives its first screening at Tate Modern on Friday 26 September as part of the ‘TV as Material’ programme. The film was commissioned by BBC Arts and LUX and will be screened alongside other new works by Kate Davis, Kathryn Elkin, Luke Fowler, Torsten Lauschmann and Alia Syed.
RUTH EWAN/ STRUKTUR & ORGANISMUS
Ruth Ewan’s work is included in ‘Struktur & Organismus’, curated by Stefan Tasch, at Distillery Kausl, Mühldorf, Austria. Her ‘A Bottle and Some Honest Friends’, 2014 is presented alongside other commissioned works by Wolfgang Breuer, Rob Pruitt and Hans Schabus until October 18.
RUTH EWAN/ TATE BRITAIN
Ruth Ewan and Astrid Johnston’s ‘The Darks’, an audio guide to the history of Tate Britain’s site and environs – formally the site of Millbank Prison. This 50 minute audio work, narrated by Caroline Pickles, is available from the information desk next to the Millbank entrance 6 June – 30 November 2014.
AARON ANGELL/ LAURA BARTLETT
Aaron Angell’s work is included in ‘ A Merman I Should Turn to Be‘ at Laura Bartlett, 10 Northington Street, London , 3 July – 2 August 2014. Other artists in the exhibition are Rupert Ackroyd, Nicholas Byrne, Dan Coopey, Alex Dordoy, Graham Ellard & Stephen Johnstone, Paul Housley, Alexis Marguerite Teplin, Ruairiadh O’Connell and Karin Ruggaber.
STEPHEN SUTCLIFFE/ THE JARMAN AWARD 2014
Stephen Sutcliffe has been shortlisted for the seventh Film London Jarman Award sponsored by Channel 4 in association with the Whitechapel Gallery. The other artists shortlisted are John Akomfrah, Laura Buckley, Sebastian Buerkner, Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, Steven Claydon, Redmond Entwistle, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Ursula Mayer and Rachel Repke. A screening programme of the nominees work will tour to FACT Liverpool; Towner, Eastbourne; Chapter, Cardiff; CCA, Glasgow; Watershed, Bristol; Nottingham Contemporary; Cornerhouse, Manchester; Turner Contemporary, Margate; CIRCA, Newcastle and the Whitechapel Gallery, London. The winner will be announced on the 8th December.
AARON ANGELL/ KESTNERGESELLSCHAFT, HANNOVER
Aaron Angell’s work is included in ‘Pool – Kunst aus London’ at the Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, 4 April – 6 July 2014. He is exhibiting alongside Alice Channer, Nicholas Deshayes, Magli Reus and Cally Spooner.
AARON ANGELL/ HOLLYBUSH GARDENS, LONDON
Aaron Angell’s work is included in ‘You don’t need a weather man to know which way the wind blows’ at Hollybush Gardens, London, 16 January – 22 February 2014. Other artists in the exhibition are Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz, Andrea Büttner, Helen Cammock, Knut Henrik Henriksen, Pierre Huyghe, Jochen Lempert and Bruno Pacheco.
AARON ANGELL/ THE MARMORY SHOW, DEBORAH SCHAMONI, MUNICH
Aaron Angell’s work is included in The Marmory Show, Deborah Schamoni, Munich 14 February – 26 April 2014. The exhibition, curated by Gürsoy Dogtas and Deborah Schamoni, also includes works by Tue Greenfort, Pierre Huyghe, Anne Imhof,Dani Jakob, Josephine Pryde, Yorgos Sapountzis and Hannah Weinberger.
STEPHEN SUTCLIFFE/ TATE BRITAIN
Stephen Sutcliffe’s work is included in Assembly: A Survey of Recent Artists’ Film and Video in Britain 2008–2013 at Tate Britain. His film, ‘Plumb’, 2012 will be screened as part of ‘For People’ in the Clore Auditorium on Monday 25 November 2013, 19.00 – 21.00pm.
RUTH EWAN & HUMPHREY SPENDER/ TATE LIVERPOOL
Works by Ruth Ewan and Humphrey Spender are included in ‘Art Turning Left: How Values Changed Making 1789–2013’. Other artists in the exhibition include Anni Albers, the Atelier Populaire, Black Mask, Bertolt Brecht, KP Brehmer, Constant, Walter Crane, Jacques-Louis David, Guy Debord, Jeremy Deller, Braco Dimitrijevic, Emory Douglas, Piero Gilardi, Group Material, Guerrilla Girls, IRWIN, Asger Jorn, King Mob, Mass Observation, David Medalla, Cildo Meireles, László Moholy-Nagy, Liubov Popova, Alexandr Rodchenko, Martha Rosler, Allan Sekula, the Situationist International, the Hackney Flashers and Julian Trevelyan.
AARON ANGELL / SWG3 GLASGOW
Aaron Angell is exhibiting alongside works by Jack Bilbo in ‘Woman expecting triplets returning home from the cinema’ at SWG3, Glasgow, 8th November – 5th December 2013
AARON ANGELL / CCA UJAZDOWSKI
Aaron Angell is exhibiting in British, British, Polish, Polish: Sztuka kranców Europy, dugie lata 90 at the CCA, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, 7 September – 15 November 2013. The exhibition, curated by Tom Morton, includes works by artists including Pawel Althamer, Ed Atkins, Miroslaw Balka, Matthew Darbyshire, Nicolas Deshayes, Jess Flood-Paddock, Liam Gillick, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst, Gary Hume, Sarah Lucas, Haroon Mirza, Paul Noble, Chris Ofili, Eddie Peake, Mick Peter, Elizabeth Price, Wilhelm Sasnal, Gillian Wearing, Piotr Uklanski, Rachel Whiteread and Artur Zmijewski.
RUTH EWAN / THE COLLECTIVE
Ruth Ewan, working with Astrid Johnston, has created ‘Memorialmania’, the first in a series of ‘Observers’ Walks’ for the Collective Gallery in Edinburgh. This audio guide to the monuments and geology of the city’s Calton Hill can be down loaded HERE. LINK https://www.observers-walks.art/ruth-mcewan-astrid-johnston
HUMPHREY SPENDER / THE PHOTOGRAPHERS’ GALLERY
Humphrey Spender’s photographs for Mass Observation, taken in Bolton and Ashington in the late 1930s are prominant in ‘Mass Observation, This is Your Photo’ at the Photographers’ Gallery, London, 2 August – 29 September 2013.
AARON ANGELL / NOUVELLES VAGUE
Aaron Angell is exhibiting at the Palais de Tokyo’s forthcoming Nouvelles Vagues, 1 June – 9 September 2013. His work is included in a section curated by Adnan Yildiz alongside Erdag˘ Aksel, Mariechen Danz, Michael Dean, Cevdet Erek, Nilbar Güres¸, Toril Johannessen, Wael Shawky, Slavs and Tatars and KIBLENÜMA.
LISTE 18 / BASEL
The gallery will present new ceramic works by Aaron Angell on the ground floor of the Wartek Brewery building, in Basel, 11th – 16th June.
STEPHEN SUTCLIFFE / TRAMWAY
Stephen Sutcliffe’s ‘Outwork’ is currently on display at Tramway in Glasgow. This three channel video installation was commissioned for the Margaret Tait Award by the Glasgow Film Festival with support from LUX and Creative Scotland. The work takes its title from Jacques Derrida’s essay from 1972 and inspiration from socialogist, Erving Goffman’s ‘Frame Analysis An Essay on the Organisation of Experience’ (1974). The exhibition continues until 30 June.
RUTH EWAN / MUSEUM OF MODERN ART WARSAW
Ruth Ewan’s work is presented within ‘In the Heart of the Country’ the first comprehensive presentation of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. The exhibition also includes works by amongst others Pawel Althamer, Miroslaw Balka, Duncan Campbell, Anne Collier, Jimmie Durham, Sharon Hayes, Jonathan Horowitz, Klara Lidén, Sarah Lucas, Goshka Macuga, Gustav Metzger, Deimantas Narkevicius, Paulina Olowska, Wilhelm Sasnal, Wael Shawky, Frances Stark, Piotr Uklanski and Krzysztof Wodiczko. The exhibition continues until 6 January 2014.