Monday, 30 September 2019
Parijs – New York – Amsterdam
Moderne meesters uit the collectie Reinhold De Wilde
Modern Masters from the Reinhold De Wilde collection
4 October 2019 – 1 March 2020
2011 CH Haarlem
Paris – New York – Amsterdam, Modern Masters from the collection of the Reinhold De Wilde Foundation shows works on paper from the private collection of the artist Nono Reinhold and her husband Edy de Wilde, the former director of the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (1946-1963) and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (1963-1985).
The exhibition is showing colour etchings from the oeuvre of Nono Reinhold and prints of a.o. Willem de Kooning, Sol leWitt, Karel Appel, Niki de Saint Phalle en Roy Lichtenstein.
Most artists were friends she had known when she was living in Paris, New York and Amsterdam.
During the exhibition there are several books of her work available in the bookshop of Teylers Museum and a new book will be launched on the opening, 'Le Voyage Africain 1956-1957', published by Peter Foolen Editions, with b/w photographs of a four month journey through Africa in a Land Rover from Dakar to Kenya in 1956/57.
image © 2019, Teylers Museum, Nono Reinhold – L'etang blue clair, 2017 (detail)
Wednesday, 25 September 2019
John Riddy will be in conversation with Liz Jobey on the presentation of his recent monograph, published by Steidl, at the Terrace Bookshop at Tate Modern.
John Riddy, Photographs is published by Steidl in 2019
Designed by Duncan Whyte, with an essay by Michael Fried and a conversation between John Riddy and James Welling.
252 pages, 29.5 x 32 cm
Tate Modern, Terrace Bookshop 16 October 2019, 7-8pm
Tickets £ 5 at Tate website
photograph ©John Riddy – London, Heygate 2006
Tuesday, 24 September 2019
A book by Ian Whittlesea published by The Everyday Press, London, Fall 2019
On Colour... draws on the theories of colour harmony that Johannes Itten taught at the Bauhaus, and on the literature of Mazdaznan, Rosicrucianism and Theosophy. It describes how one can, potentially, produce the white cloud of invisibility and documents the author's own attempts to manifest the cloud.
These manifestations have a complex group of antecedents that include Lawrence Weiner's early spray-painted works, John Latham's One Second Drawings, Robert Irwin's luminous disc paintings of the 1960s and representations of the ineffable made by spiritualists and occultists.
Text, images, design and production by Ian Whittlesea, published by Arnaud Desjardin / The Everyday Press, printed by Aldgate Press, distributed in Europe by Antenne Books and in North America by Artbook / D.A.P.
It Started with a Chameleon
27 July – 28 September 2019
photographs ©2019, Galerie Tschudi, Alan Charlton
On the occasion of this exhibition an extensive book has been published. See the website of the gallery for information and to order.
Wednesday, 18 September 2019
Panel Paintings 3: Diptych
Natalie Dower, Julia Farrar, Kevin Finklea, Sharon Hall, Jane Harris, Matt Magee, George Meyrick, Laurence Noga and Trevor Sutton
20 September – 19 October 2019
Eagle Gallery EMH Arts
159 Farringdon Road
London EC1R 3AL
Claudia Losi – Being There
18 September – 24 November 2019
1 Oozells Square
Birmingham B1 2HS
An exhibition in the Tower Room and a performance of Claudia Losi in collaboration with the Italian arts collective Colletivo Amigdala.
Performance Wednesday 18 September 2019, 4.00-5.30pm.
Being There coincides with an exhibition of the work of Barry Flanagan at IKON Gallery
image: Claudia Losi – Poli Antarctici Constitutio, 2019
A wooden brush sent by Peter Liversidge to me as a postal object from the USA, arriving in the post in Eindhoven on 31 August 2019.
Wooden brush, 37,5 x 9 x 2 cm, postage stamps, postal labels, acrylic paint, marker.