Saturday, 17 December 2016
Hannah Lees – Edition Launch
Saturday 17 December 2016
4-6 pm, bookshop, admission free
South London Gallery
65-67 Peckham Road
London SE5 8UH
the launch of a new edition by Hannah Lees for the South London Gallery:
Certain Things Flow And Others Are Excluded, 2016
bottle of wine, clay, wine lees, in an edition of 20 + 5AP
At the launch you can enjoy a glass of London Cru wine which is also in the bottles of this edition.
13 January – 18 February 2017
27 Old Nichol Street
London E2 7HR
Friday, 16 December 2016
Broom, posted by Peter Liversidge on 9 December 2016 in Ridgefield, CT, USA, and delivered in Eindhoven, NL, on 15 December 2016
Broom, postage stamps and labels, acrylic paint, 45 x 19 x 10 cm
photograph top © 2016, Peter Liversidge
Tuesday, 13 December 2016
Ian Whittlesea – In The Beginning...
10 January – 4 March 2017
1961 Projects PTE Ltd
Oxley Bizhub 2#06-17
62 Ubi Road 1
The exhibition Ian Whittlesea – In The Beginning... is the first show at 1961, a new project space initiated by Gabriel Loy in Singapore
an expedition through the coastal landscape of Solleveld and Zandmotor, near The Hague, organised by Satellietgroep and Onkruidenier, Saturday 10 December 2016.
photographs Peter Foolen, 10 December 2016
Artists collective Satellietgroep (The Hague, 2006) explores through arts the social and ecological impact of the sea and coastal transitions on cities, people, communities and environments, and vice versa the influence of mankind on coastal transitions and climate change in The Netherlands and abroad. Our aim is to enhance public and professional awareness. Satellietgroep hosts artists in residents for artistic fieldwork, collaborate with locals and experts and develop new concepts and works that reflect the resilience of coexistence of man and water, in past, present and future.
Long term projects are 'Badgast' - artist in residency program at The Hague/Scheveningen (2009-2014), 'Now Wakes The Sea', the international exchange residency program in collaboration with international cultural partners (since 2012). Since 2014 Satellietgroep develops the first artistic research on the Zandmotor, the newest innovation on coastal protection called Building with Nature. In these programs artist in residencies are used as a research method to enable artists and scientists to do fieldwork and to work on site with local partners, coastal communities and experts in order to map out and research the current status of coastal transitions and to generate new narratives and perspectives. The programs function as an alternative source for collecting. New concepts and works are developed that we connect and contextualize with existing works for public events like traveling film festivals, exhibitions, workshops and presentations at expert conferences. Artist in residents are invited to critically explore and visualize the zones of coexistence of man and water and reveal different perspectives. By interconnecting coastal communities, arts and science we share local knowledge on global level to gain sustainable insights on coastal transitions that transcend local and national issues.
Wednesday, 7 December 2016
Gladstone Thompson – A Meeting Place
An artist book by Gladstone Thompson published by Peter Foolen Editions in November 2016.
24 x 17,2 cm, 32 pages + 8 transparent pages
stitch bound softcover with wraps in two pantone colours and black.
designed by Peter Foolen in collaboration with the artist
printed by robstolk © Amsterdam
edition of 250 copies
price £ 12 / € 15
this publication is conceived as a memoir of the exhibition Gladstone Thompson – A Meeting Place in Harlem, NY in 2014
Friday, 2 December 2016
5 March – 10 June 2017
le Centre des livres d'artistes
1 Place Attane
The exhibition Peter Liversidge – The Postal Objects of Peter Liversidge from the Collection of Peter Foolen which was shown at the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, 2015/2016, will be shown in an expanded form at the CDLA in Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche, in the department Haute-Vienne near Limoges, France in the Spring 2017.
Curated by Peter Liversidge, Peter Foolen and Didier Mathieu. A new publication will accompany the exhibition.