Saturday, 18 July 2015

Alan Charlton – Triangle Paintings at Galerie Tschudi, Zuoz



Alan Charlton – Triangle Paintings
25 July – 19 September 2015
Galerie Tschudi
Chesa Madalena
Somvih 115
7524 Zuoz
Switzerland
www.galerie-tschudi.ch

In the same period there will be an exhibition Balthasar Burkhard – Fotografien und ein Film and Dan Walsh – Works on Paper

Ian Hamilton Finlay – publications Air Letters & 1789 / 1794





On the occasion of the exhibition Ian Hamilton Finlay – 1789 / 1794 at Victoria Miro, London, 10 June – 31 July 2015 there are two catalogues published by Victoria Miro & Wild Hawthorne Press.
The publication Air Letters has an essay by Thomas A Clark and photographs by Robin Gillanders. The publication 1789 / 1794 is a catalogue of the works in the exhibitions curated by Pia Maria Simig, with commentaries by Stephen Bann. The two publications have an edition of 400 copies and, kept together with a red string, are as one catalogue available at Victoria Miro

Ian Hamilton Finlay – 1789 1794
10 June – 31 July 2015
Victoria Miro
Gallery I
16 Wharf Road
London N1 7RW
www.victoria-miro.com

Friday, 10 July 2015

Peter Liversidge – Postal Object Axe, 1 July 2015




A wooden axe handle posted by Peter Liversidge in New York, received by the post on 1 July 2015 in Eindhoven

Graham Rich – A Conceptual Voyage, Belgrave St. Ives



Graham Rich – A Conceptual Voyage
25 July – 10 August 2015
Belgrave St. Ives
22 Fore Street
St. Ives
Cornwall TR26 1HE
www.belgravestives.co.uk

image © 2015, Graham Rich, Belgrave St. Ives
Graham Rich – Rounding Bull Hill, Exmouth, 2015
found material and marine paint, 17 x 22 cm

Ian Whittlesea – exhibitions Summer 2015







Ian Whittlesea is taking part this Summer in the following group exhibitions

Business as Usual (2)
10 July – 1 August 2015
Turf Projects
Keeley Road
Croydon CR0 1TF
www.turf-projects.com

The Infinite Lawn
Adriano Amaral, Vanessa Billy, Petra Feriancová, Falke Pisano, Yann Sérandour, Ian Whittlesea
16 July – 15 August 2015
Tenderpixel
8 Cecil Court
London WC2N 4HE
www.tenderpixel.com

Resource
Clay Arlington, Jack Brindley, Ben Cain, Maurice Carlin, Daniel Eatock, Sean Edwards, Anne Harild with Blue Room, Jonzo, Laurence Payot, The Serving Library, Print Club, The Piracy Project, Ian Whittlesea
17 July – 27 September 2015
Bluecoat
School Lane
Liverpool L1 3BX
www.thebluecoat.org.uk

Exercises in Empathy
Daria Martin, Rudolphe Von Laban, Ian Whittlesea
24 July – 5 September 2015
Site Gallery
1 Brown Street
Sheffield S1 2BS
www.sitegallery.org

more info: www.ianwhittlesea.net
images © 2015, Ian Whittlesea

Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Roger Ackling – Occasional Papers



The Kickstarter project to fund the book Roger Ackling – Between the Lines has finished with success and this book will be published by Occasional Papers in October 2015. You can pre-order a copy for £ 15 on their website:
http://occasionalpapersshop.tictail.com/product/roger-ackling-between-the-lines

the publication Roger Ackling – Between the Lines is the first comprehensive overview of the work and teaching of Roger Ackling (1947 – 2014).
Edited and designed by Emma Kalkhoven, with contributions by Sylvia Ackling, Trevor Sutton, Hamish Fulton, Alan Johnston, Dean Hughes, Neil Gillespie, John Haldane, Juan Cruz, Richard Long, Thomas A Clark, Florence Ingleby, Mariko Mori and others.

© photograph Roger Ackling by Carol Robertson

Monday, 6 July 2015

Phaidon – BRICK




In April 2013 I visited St. Benedictusberg Abbey in Lemiers, Vaals, The Netherlands. This abbey was designed by the monk and architect Dom Hans van der Laan during the years 1956/1986.
The photograph of the interior of the abbey, which I took during that visit, is published in the book William Hall – BRICK.

William Hall – BRICK
29,5 x 26 cm, 224 pages
published in 2015 by Phaidon, London, New York
isbn 9780714868813
www.phaidon.com/store/architecture/brick-9780714868813/
more info about Dom Hans van der Laan:
www.vanderlaanstichting.nl

Tuesday, 30 June 2015

herman de vries – postal message 18.4.2015




herman de vries
postal message
after the winter
populus tremula
eschenau 18.4.2015
the second contribution for the special edition of the book herman de vries – overal stroomt mijn oog by Cees de Boer, published in 2014

Monday, 29 June 2015

herman de vries – toevals tekeningen, Kröller-Müller Museum



herman de vries
toevals tekeningen / random objectivations 1970-1975
6 June – 20 September 2015
Kröller Müller Museum
Houtkampweg 6
NL – 6731 AW Otterlo
http://krollermuller.nl/herman-de-vries-toevalstekeningen

Graham Rich – Sailing with Ghosts



Graham Rich – Sailing with Ghosts
20 September – 1 November 2015
exhibition and publication
Peter Foolen Editions
Nijenrode 107
NL – 5653 JD Eindhoven

Corbel Stone Press – some recent publications








some recent editions from Corbel Stone Press

Thomas A Clark – Shade
drawings by Laurie Clark
32 pages, 17 x 10,8 cm
published in 2014 in an edition of 72 numbered copies

Reiliquiae Volume Two
Reliquiae is an annual journal of poetry, short fiction, translations and visual art, edited by Autumn Richardson and Richard Skelton.
Volume Tow has contributions by Thomas A Clark, Mark Valentine, Don Domanski and others, and an interview between Richard Skelton and his father.
120 pages, 23,5 x 15,5 cm
isbn 978-0-9572121-8-3
published in 2014

The Inward Circles
Belated Movements for an Unsanctioned Exhumation August 1st 1984
The second album by Richard Skelton under the moniker The Inward Circles, published in April 2014.
'Belated Movements for an Unsanctioned Exhumation August 1st 1984 is Richard Skelton's second album as The Inward Circles, following 2014's Nimrod is Lost in Orion and Osyris in the Doggestarre. If his previous offering hovered 'between the empyreal and the subterranean', Belated Movements is resolutely earthbound, beginning at ground level and slowly moving ever downward. The title is a reference to 'Lindow Man', one of many bog bodies discovered in northern Europe in the twentieth century, and continues an archaeological theme which first surfaced in his 2013 *AR collaboration with Autumn Richardson, entitled Succession.'
Music CD, edition of 500

Editions are available at Corbel Stone Press, run by Richard Skelton and Autumn Richardson in Cumbria, England.
For more information and other editions see
www.corbelstonepress.com

Saturday, 27 June 2015

Uniformagazine No. 3 Spring–Summer 2015





Uniformagazine No. 3 Spring–Summer 2015,
A Quarterly published by Colin Sackett's Uniformbooks is available at:
http://www.colinsackett.co.uk/uniformagazine.php
32 pages, 21,5 x 14,5 cm
ISSN 2056-6301
designed and edited by Colin Sackett
edition of 500 copies
price £ 4, available at

Helm – Place Editions



I received with the post Helm, a beautiful small edition about the specific Helm Wind, the name of a strong north-easterly wind blowing in Cumbria, England.
Published by Baz Nichol's Place Editions in 2015, and includes a CD with a commissioned original soundtrack by Dave Kirby.
20 pages, 21 x 14,8 cm, edition of 50 numbered copies
available at:
https://placefieldnotes.wordpress.com/place-editions/

Thursday, 25 June 2015

Trevor Sutton – WHITEOUT, Eagle Gallery, London



Trevor Sutton is participating in the exhibition

WHITEOUT
Jane Harris, Alexis Harding, Dan Roach, Trevor Sutton, Graeme Todd
25 June – 31 July 2015
Eagle Gallery
159 Farrington Road
London EC1R 3AL
www.emmahilleagle.com

photograph installation view WHITEOUT, Eagle Gallery, 2015
with Trevor Sutton – Displaced, 2012 on the left

Alan Charlton – Crosses and Triangles, Galeria Miguel Marcos, Barcelona



Alan Charlton – Crosses and Triangles
4 June – 17 July 2015
Galeria Miguel Marcos
C/ del Consell de Cent, 315
08007 Barcelona
Spain
www.miguelmarcos.com

image © 2015, Alan Charlton
Alan Charlton – Triangle Painting, 2012