Friday, 30 December 2011

Roger Ackling – Sunlight on wood 2009/2011

Roger Ackling
Sunlight on wood 2009/2011

8 January – 21 February 2012

Galerie Josine Bokhoven
Prinsengracht 154
1016 HA Amsterdam

Tuesday, 20 December 2011

Alan Charlton – La Tourette / Modulations

on occasion of the exhibition
Le Corbusier / Alan Charlton, 10 September – 6 November 2011, at Couvent de la Tourette
in Éveux-l'Arbresle, France (
is published in September 2011:
George Dupin – Le Corbusier / Alan Charlton, La Tourette / Modulations, published by Bernard Chauveau, Éditeur, Paris.
24 x 30 cm, 112 pages, isbn 9782363060099
also is a special edition published with a signed and numbered silkscreen Alan Charlton – Line, 72 x 31,5 cm, edition of 35 copies

Monday, 19 December 2011

Peter Liversidge – installation views, Sean Kelly NY

images ©2011, Peter Liversidge, Sean Kelly NY, photographs by Jason Wyche
Peter Liversidge – Will History Be Kind, 2011, powder coated steel and bulbs
Peter Liversidge – Shelf with Wooden Mail Objects, 2011

Poets for the Millenium – Ian Hamilton Finlay

Ian Hamilton Finlay
Edited and with an introduction by Alec Finlay
A book with selected writings of Ian Hamilton Finlay, to be published in March 2012 by University of California Press, Berkeley, CA, as part of the series Poets for the Millenium.

available at Amazon and University of California Press
£ 16,95 (paperback, isbn 9780520270596) / £ 41,95 (hardcover, isbn 9780520270589)

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Hamish Fulton – A 31 Day Road Walking Journey

Hamish Fulton
A 31 Day Road Walking Journey

a new print by Hamish Fulton published by Peter Foolen Editions, December 2012
Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gs
16,6 x 42,9 cm
edition of 20 copies, signed and numbered

price on request

Hamish Fulton – 3 Forthcoming Exhibitions

Hamish Fulton
17 January – 7 May 2012
Turner Contemporary
Kent CT9 1HG
England, UK

Hamish Fulton
15 February – 22 April 2012
Ikon Gallery
1 Oozells Square
Birmingham B1 2HS
England, UK

Hamish Fulton
19 January – 26 February 2012
Galleri Riis Stockholm
Rödbodtorget 2
SE-11152 Stockholm

Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Paul van Dijk – Huis Marseille

artist book Paul van Dijk, published by Peter Foolen Editions, is chosen among 20 photography books from 2011 to be part of Photography Books Marathon at Huis Marseille.

18 December 2011, 10.30am – 7pm

Huis Marseille – Museum for Photography
Keizersgracht 401
1016 EK Amsterdam

Inge van Iersel, Heidi de Gier, Eline Baggen, Johan Nieuwenhuize, Adam Etmanski, Lotte Reimann, Guus Kaandorp, Karianne Bueno, Isabelle Wenzel, Paul van Dijk, Jan Dirk van der Burg, Bas Princen, Harald Strak, Erik Klein Wolterink, Siebe Swart, Isabelle Rozendaal, Marco Van Duyvendijk, Bertien van Manen, Ringel Goslinga, Paul Kooiker

On this day of the Photography Books Marathon these publications will be available and the participating photographers will give a short talk about their work and book.
Paul van Dijk will give a talk at 12.30
See for complete programme:

Roger Ackling – Voewood 1999

Roger Ackling – Voewood 1999
sunlight on wood, detail

Coracle at Dezember Bücher, Zürich


18 December 2011

Dezember Bücher
Bleicherweg 21
8002 Zürich

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Charlton – Rückriem – Toroni

Alan Charlton – Ulrich Rückriem – Niele Toroni

Traiettorie Dell'Equilibrio
13 december 2011 – 22 February 2012

A Arte Studio Invernizzi
Via D. Scarlatti 12
20124 Milano

a catalogue will be published
images invitation card
photograph © 2011, A Arte Studio Invernizzi, Milano

Monday, 5 December 2011

Sunday, 4 December 2011

Peter Liversidge – Where We Begin / Sean Kelly NY

Sean Kelly Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of Peter Liversidge’s new exhibition, Where We Begin. The opening will take place on Thursday, December 8th, from 6pm until 8pm. The artist will be present.

Where We Begin will be Liversidge’s premiere exhibition with the gallery. From the earliest stages of his career, the genesis of Liversidge’s creative process has been the conceptually-based practice of developing proposals for artworks across a wide range of mediums, including performance, drawing, photography, video and neon. Liversidge types his proposals on an old, manual typewriter; complete with typographical errors and handwritten annotations, the proposals for Where We Begin describe ideas from the practical to the purely hypothetical, which, when viewed in totality, create a unique narrative specifically related to the forthcoming exhibition and the beginning of his relationship with the gallery.

While all of the proposals for Where We Begin will be displayed in the exhibition, the artist has chosen to realize only a select group. In many cases, these realized proposals relate to found objects that Liversidge encountered on his recent visits to New York. Banal, everyday materials are repurposed for his use, in this case stripped of their original intent by being re-made in materials most often associated with fine art: a stack of old tractor tires found on the roadside in upstate New York will be shown as a classical marble sculpture; small twigs from a tree that fell near the artist during a morning walk in Soho will be cast in aluminum; and a commercially-available help wanted sign – found at a local five and dime – will be enlarged to five times its normal size and screen printed on aluminum.

Liversidge’s work often requires the presence of the viewer and their unique interpretation of the proposals to complete the aesthetic experience. The artist’s active engagement with each space and community for which he creates proposals is at the center of his varied and dynamic practice. In one such work for the exhibition, Liversidge has invited the gallery’s postal carrier to create an arrangement of found objects – rulers, t-squares and protractors, among others – that the artist has sent through the mail from London. The arrangement of these objects, displayed on a shelf in the exhibition, will be at the sole discretion of the mail carrier and can be rearranged by her during the course of the show as she sees fit. Other proposed performative actions will take place throughout the duration of the exhibition, some involving gallery staff and others requiring the participation of professional musicians such as Elizabeth Mitchell, who will perform in the gallery on the afternoon of December 17th. Visitors to Where We Begin are also invited to participate in the exhibition by creating artworks through actions outlined by Liversidge within the proposals.

Liversidge has worked with a diverse range of institutions, including the Tate Liverpool in 2008, the Centre d’art Santa Mònica, Barcelona, in 2008, Bloomberg SPACE, London, in 2009 and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, in 2010. He has also developed projects for the Europalia Festival, Brussels, in 2007, Art Basel Miami Beach in 2009 and Edinburgh’s sculpture park, Jupiter Artland, also in 2009. Upcoming exhibitions include Travelling Light, Whitechapel Gallery, London, December 2011 through February 2012 and Proposals for Helsinki at Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, in 2012.

A catalogue containing the complete set of proposals for Where We Begin will accompany the exhibition and will be available for sale. For press inquiries, please contact Maureen Bray at 212.239.1181 or for more information. For sales inquiries, please contact Lauren Kelly at 212.239.1181 or Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 11am until 6pm and Saturday 10am until 6pm. Please check the gallery website for holiday hours.

Press release Sean Kelly Gallery, NY, December 2011

Peter Liversidge

Where We Begin

9 December 2011 – 28 January 2012

Sean Kelly Gallery
528 West 29th Street
New York, NY 1001

image © 2011, Peter Liversidge, Sean Kelly, NY

Peter Liversidge – Q & A Paddle8

Alan Charlton – Galerie Tschudi, Zuoz

Alan Charlton
Triangle Paintings

23 December 2011 – 10 March 2012

Galerie Tschudi
Chesa Madalena
Somvih 115
7524 Zuoz

at the same time there is the exhibition Distant Voices by Su-Mei Tse at Galerie Tschudi Zuoz