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
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
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/
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
Peter Liversidge is part of the exhibition By The Book at Sean Kelly Gallery, New York. Among other artists participating in this group show are Los Carpinteros, James Casebere, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Roni Horn, Joseph Kosuth, Ed Ruscha and Kiki Smith. 25 June – 31 July 2015 Sean Kelly Gallery 475 Tenth Avenue New York NY 10018 www.skny.com for more info of the exhibition and participating artists see: http://www.skny.com/exhibitions/2015-06-26_by-the-book/ During the opening reception on 25 June there will be a Gin Performance by Peter Liversidge with free gin which will be served in etched glasses in a limited edition of 136. From 26 June 11am visitors of the exhibition can take a book from the work Ex Libris by Peter Liversidge, a pyramid of free books.
Peter Liversidge – Two enamel signs, 2015 12 x 18,7 cm text by Peter Liversidge produced by Peter Foolen Editions for Matt's Gallery, London and Peter Foolen Editions, Eindhoven enamel produced by Willems Classics, Uithoorn, The Netherlands