Monday, 19 July 2010

Ian Whittlesea – book launch The Foundations of Judo II






Book Launch of
Ian WhittleseaThe Foundations of Judo by Yves Klein
translated and typeset for The Everyday Press, London

Thursday 8 July 2010 6-8pm
at
The Narrows
2/141 Flinders Lane
Melbourne
Australia

photographs © Ian Whittlesea

Peter Liversidge – Train Whistle





















Post received from Peter Liversidge, 17 July 2010

Thursday, 8 July 2010

Galerie Tschudi 25 Years




25 Jahre Galerie Tschudi 25 Years

27 July – 11 September 2010

Galerie Tschudi
Chesa Madalena
Somvih 115
7524 Zuoz
Switzerland

Giovanni Dalessi / Group Show



Hoop, Geloof en de Liefde

paintings and drawings by
Frans Franciscus, Janpeter Muilwijk, Giovanni Dalessi, Harry Miedema and Hessel Miedema

4 July – 26 September 2010

Mernaweg 29
NL – 9964 AP Wehe Den Hoorn

From Alec Finlay for Hans



Such sad beauty (Leeds City Gallery)
from Alec Finlay for Hans, 7 July 2010

Fiona Banner – Harrier and Jaguar II


Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Sol LeWitt – Artists' Books



Soll LeWitt – Artists' Books

a display of the artists' books by Sol LeWitt from the collection of the Van Abbemuseum

3 May – 30 July 2010

Van Abbemuseum
Library
Bilderdijklaan 10
NL – 5611 NH Eindhoven

library open Tuesday – Friday, 11am – 5pm

image Sol LeWitt, from Irish, 1997 (see posts of 25 February 2009 – under label Sol LeWitt)

Monday, 5 July 2010

Ian Whittlesea – book launch The Foundations of Judo




Book Launch of
Ian WhittleseaThe Foundations of Judo by Yves Klein
translated and typeset for The Everyday Press, London

Thursday 8 July 2010 6-8pm
at
The Narrows
2/141 Flinders Lane
Melbourne
Australia

Sunday, 4 July 2010

Saturday, 3 July 2010

Thomas A Clark – The Hidden Place II



Thomas A Clark – The Hidden Place
a site specific wall painting at Ingleby Gallery from 29 July until the end of the year


Thomas A Clark – The Hidden Place
silkscreen in 3 colours
109 x 76 cm
edition of 100 copies
price £ 250 + VAT (£ 293,75 incl VAT)
published by and available at Ingleby Gallery

An alternative map of Scotland. Place names tell of old cultures, of history, geography, industry, religion and myth. Scottish place names have their origin in several languages; Gaelic, Pictish, Norse, English, French, Latin and Scots. In The Hidden Place over 100 place names are replaced by phrases revealing the original meaning of these names. Each place becomes a piece of condensed folk poetry, revealing the riches of the past with a quiet lyricism; bay of the bent grass, place of pebbles, slope of brightness. The Hidden Place is one long poem about the land and its people.

Ingeby Gallery
15 Calton Road
Edinburgh EH8 8DL
Scotland
www.inglebygallery.com