Monday, 24 February 2020

Peer Liversidge – Proposals for Antarctica






Peter Liversidge – Proposals for Antarctica

a book published by the United Kingdom Antarctica Heritage Trust on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the discovery of Antarctica, January 2020.

softcover, 212 x 167 mm, 72 pages
printed on Lessebo Design 1.3 150 gsm, cover foil block printed on GF Smith Colorplan 350 gsm
printed by Wilco Art Books, foil block printing by KuiperDonse, production Peter Foolen Editions
edition of 500 copies

United Kingdom Antarctica Heritage Trust
High Cross
Madingley Road
Cambridge CB3 0ET

available for 12 GBP at:
http://www.ukaht.org/products/proposals-for-antarctica

Wednesday, 19 February 2020

Esther Kokmeijer / Machinefabriek – Stillness Soundtrack II




Machinefabriek – Stillness Soundtracks II
for films by Esther Kokmeijer

After Stillness Soundtracks, for films by Esther Kokmeijer, released in 2014, Rutger Zuydervelt, aka Machinefabriek, made soundtracks for a new series of films by Esther Kokmeijer. These soundtracks – Brash Ice, Pack Ice, Growlers, Bergy Bits and Icebergs – were released on CD in digipack with a 16 page booklet on 24 January 2020.

more information and available at:

http://www.estherkokmeijer.nl/Stillness-2
https://www.machinefabriek.nu/index.php/releases_-_solo/stillness_soundtracks_ii

Tuesday, 4 February 2020

Psychotropics, NewArtCentre, curated by Iwona Blazwick





Psychotropics
25 January – 22 March 2020

Nature in the 21st century is re-imagined by artists working in the age of a digital wilderness.
A group show curated by Iwona Blazwick.
Salvatore Arancio
Alice Channer
Andreas Eriksson
Diane Howse
Dan Perfect
Amy Stephens
Jonathan Trayte

NewArtCentre
Roche Court
East Winterslow
Salisbury, Wiltshire
SP5 1BG England, UK
www.sculpture.uk.com

images © 2020, NewArtCentre, Alice Channer, Diane Howse
Alice Channer – Synthetic Fibres, 2014
Diane Howse – Psychotropic 3, 2019

herman de vries – parts of a whole, Museum im Kleihues-Bau




herman de vries
parts of a whole
1 February – 3 May 2020

Museum im Kleihues-Bau
Stuttgarter Strasse 93
70806 Kornwestheim
Germany

image
herman de vries – from the royal botanic garden, 1991

herman de vries – how green is the grass? Georg Kolbe Museum, Berlin






herman de vries
how green is the grass?
27 January – 3 May 2020

Georg Kolbe Museum
Sensburger Allee 25
14055 Berlin
https://www.georg-kolbe-museum.de/herman-de-vries-how-green-is-the-grass/

images
herman de vries, photo Joana Schwender
herman de vries – wintervegetation, 2009, collage, FS Art, Berlin, photo Bruno Schneyer, Zeil am Main

Lesley Foxcroft – Works for 2020, Annely Juda Fine Art




Lesley Foxcroft
Works for 2020
16 January – 22 February 2020

Annely Juda Fine Art
23 Dering Street
London W1S 1AW
http://www.annelyjudafineart.co.uk/exhibitions/lesley-foxcroft

image
© 2020, Lesley Foxcroft, Annely Juda
Lesley Foxcroft – Galvanized Corner, 2019
MDF and galvanized steel, 83 x 350 x 25 cm

Sunday, 2 February 2020

Peter Liversidge – Reinvents Out 1963-2020, Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh




Peter Liversidge – Reinvents Out 1963-2020

9 & 10 May 2010

Jupiter Artland
Bonnington Hous Steadings
Near Wilkieston
Edinburgh EH27 8BY
https://www.jupiterartland.org/whats-on/out-peter-liversidge

Peter Liversidge will be reinventing Allan Kaprow’s Out (also known as Exit Piece) for Jupiter’s opening weekend on 9 and 10 May. Peter Liversidge is inviting anyone too young to vote in last year’s election to take part in his sign-painting studio, which will be installed at Jupiter on 9 and 10 May. Coinciding with our annual Kids Go Free Weekend, this is an opportunity for young people to engage in debate, discussion and to also physically participate in the creation of an artwork by Peter Liversidge that will be installed at Jupiter throughout the summer.


Every day for the past year, Peter Liversidge has sent a hand-painted ‘No Brexit’ postcard to the current Prime Minister, and photos of the final postcards also appeared in newspapers to mark the date the UK left the European Union. Taking inspiration from the idea of a ‘difficult exit’, Peter Liversidge’s modern reinvention seeks to engage young people in debate and discussion about the changes happening in their own lives. Liversidge’s work also marks the beginning of Jupiter Artland’s season dedicated to Allan Kaprow, which will see Scottish and international artists, as well as Jupiter’s Youth Council ORBIT, reinventing key works from Kaprow’s oeuvre, which runs until 27 September 2020.