Monday, 20 February 2017
Surface Mail (or The Limitations of Magic)
Courriere par voie de surface (ou les limites de la magie)
3 March – 10 June 2017
Centre des livres d'artistes
1 Place Attane
curated by Peter Liversidge, Peter Foolen and Didier Mathieu
on the occasion of the exhibition a book will be published:
Peter Liversidge – Surface Mail (or The Limitations of Magic)
die-cut cardboard cover, 24 x 17 cm, 96 pages, edition of 650 copies
published by CDLA and Peter Foolen Editions, designed by Peter Foolen and Peter Liversidge
Peter Liversidge – 3 Postal Objects, sent from USA, 2010-2011, collection Peter Foolen
photograph: Peter Cox
Sunday, 19 February 2017
Talk and Performance
Thursday 23 February 2017
with the curator Pascale Krief
Free admission, limited available seats6.30pm Talk at Cinéma 2
8.15pm Performance at Forum
Musée nationale d'art moderne
Cinéma 2 / Forum
Hamish Fulton – The Life of Mountains, Vercors, France, 1993, 43.5 x 53 cm
© Hamish Fulton, Häusler Contemporary München
Thursday, 16 February 2017
Assembly and Image
10 March – 6 April 2017
16 Lower Holyhead Road
Coventry CV1 3AU
an exhibition of four shaped paintings on plywood from 1981-82
three of which have never been shown before
open Tuesday & Saturday 11am – 5pm
Monday, 13 February 2017
Peter Liversidge made the Sign Paintings for the video for the Allred & Broderick song The Ways, directed by Robert Raths, edited by Kara Blake.
The Ways is a song from Find The Ways, the new album of Allred & Broderick, the duo project of Peter Broderick and David Allred. Peter Liversidge also did the painting for the cover design of this album, released by Erased Tapes in January 2017.
Walking Without A Smart Phone
9 February – 31 March 2017
Häusler Contemporary Munich
'Big experiences, small art. I reject all associations with any form of Land Art'
Monday, 6 February 2017
The Everyday Press presents
Sarah Dobai & Ian Whittlesea
at Roaming ROOM
Thursday 9th February
24 Manchester Street
Sarah Dobai will be staging a new performance work entitled The Forged Coupon. The work will feature footage streamed from an inaccessible room in the gallery building accompanied by a live reading of excerpts from Leo Tolstoy’s short story ‘The Forged Coupon’ (1912). The story unfolds from a scene that tells of a schoolboy solving his need for money by passing off a large value forged bank note to pay for a frame in a photography shop.
The performance relates to the forthcoming Everyday Press publication The Copyists.
Ian Whittlesea will be presenting a series of posters in advance of the artist’s upcoming publication The Egyptian Postures featuring photographs of Ery Nzaramba demonstrating twelve esoteric Finger Exercises.
Ian Whittlesea’s work is concerned with words, and with the ability of text to transform the physical and psychic state of the viewer. It assumes many forms, from painstaking paintings to printed books, ephemeral posters and transient projections, and explores the relationships between language, image and diagram both on the page and in the world.
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