Over 200 people braved the cold to take part in a group walk with Hamish Fulton around the Marine Bathing Pool, Margate, on the morning of 3 March 2010. Participants completed 7 circuits of the pool wall, walking in silence and maintaining a distance of a meter from the person in front of them.
This was the second of a series of 3 group walks with Hamish Fulton, commissioned by Turner Contemporary. The third group walk will be on 8 November 2010 in Boulogne, France
Paradise Circus, made in 1973, is the first painting Trevor Sutton completed after leaving art school: this all-black painting is the earliest work selected from an archive created over the last four decades, with some pieces exhibited for the first time. His installation sets out to specifically link visual connections between new work and the work of previous decades: less a retrospective, more an active development of ideas.
John Bevis, Ross Birrell, Pavel Büchler, Laurie Clark, Thomas A Clark, Thomas Joshua Cooper, Simon Cutts, Francis Edeline, Adam Gibbons, Harry Gilonis, Jim Hamlyn, John Janssen, Julie Johnstone, Peter Manson, Jonathan Monk, Ken Neil, Lisa Otty, Roger Palmer, Dominic Paterson, Colin Sackett, John Shankie & David Shrigley
12 September – 16 October 2010, open by appointment
Auto-Theatre is the first major retrospective of Franz West in Europe. Curated by Peter Pakesch, Kasper König, Katia Baudin and Mario Codognato. In collaboration with the Ludwig Museum, Cologne and MADRE, Naples. The exhibition shows work from 1972 to the present.
The exhibition A la c'Arte serves a tasty mixture of food in art, with Old Masters and contemporay artists. Works by Frans Snijders, David Teniers, Pyke Koch, Jozef Israëls, Marc Mulders, Hans Op de Beeck, Margriet Smulkders, Giovanni Dalessi and others.
Dermot O'Brien curated this text and writing based exhibition where work has been created that explores the uses of typography and the written form.
Ian Whittlesea will be presenting the typeface Sol Sans, that unlike most typefaces can only do one job perfectly, allowing anyone to re-write Sol LeWitt's Sentences on Conceptual Art. Any letters and numbers not used in LeWitt's original text have been replaced by the typeface Helvetica Medium.
Ian Whittlesea – Sentence 21, in Sol Sans all-caps version (detail)
vinyl text on wall, 2010
Ian Whittlesea – Font Sol Sans, 2009 / 2010
Daniel Rapley – Authorised, 2010
ink on ruled A4 paper
Daniel Rapley – I Did Not Want To Make This Drawing 10 Times But I Did Anyway, 2010
pencil on paper (framed, 10 x)
Gary O'Connor (with Robin Taylor) – Set Fire to the Things You Love, 2010
an exhibition curated by Peter Foolen, with editions and works by
Roger Ackling, Dick Cassée, Alan Charlton, Thomas A Clark, Giovanni Dalessi, Paul van Dijk, Chris Drury, Chohreh Feyzdjou, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Lesley Foxcroft, Hamish Fulton, Callum Innes, Sol leWitt, Richard Long, Gijs Pape, Nono Reinhold, Carol Robertson, Trevor Sutton, Cecilia Vissers and Ian Whittlesea