on the occasion of the exhibition Hamish Fulton: Walk (17 January – 7 May 2012) there will be a talk between Hamish Fulton and the Norwegian polar explorer and mountain climber Erling Kagge on Thursday 1 March at 8pm at Turner Contemporary, Margate
David Austen, David Batchelor, Susan Derges, Iran do Espírito Santo, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Richard Forster, Callum Innes, Peter Liversidge, Jeremy Millar, Harland Miller, Garry Fabian Miller, Jonathan Owen, Katie Paterson, Winston Roeth and Kay Rosen
Marina Abramovic, Los Carpinteros, James Casebere, Leandro Erlich, Anthony Gormley, Laurent Grasso, Callum Innes, Idris Kahn, Peter Liversidge, Nathan Mabry, Robert Mapplethorpe, Alec Soth, Frank Thiel and Kehinde Wiley
Exhibition of all the editions by Robert Barry published by Michèle Didier.
Also shown are more than 25 books, collected by Robert Barry between 1966 and 2008, which are related to time, placed on a table, the 'Time Table', and also duplicates of specific pages are displayed on the wall.
List of books chosen by Robert Barry:
97 date paintings – consecutives, journaux de 1966 à 1975, On Kawara
Non-Anthropomorphic Art, Joseph Kosuth, Christine Kozlov, Michael Rinaldi, Ernest Rossi
Statements, Lawrence Weiner
Robin Redbreast Territory, Jan Dibbets
Catalog from Addison Gallery exhibit, Douglas Huebler
Durata, Duration, Douglas Huebler
Ingres and Other Parables, John Baldessari
Steps, Stanley Brouwn
LEGGERE, Giovanni Anselmo
Fibonacci 1202, Mario Merz
Throwing a Ball Once to Get Three Melodies and Fifteen Chords, John Baldessari
A Voyage on the North Sea, Marcel Broodthaers
Having from time to time a relation to, Lawrence Weiner
Once upon a time, Lawrence Weiner
Skyline Ridge, Hamish Fulton
The Cube the White the Idealism followed by Going Through, Daniel Buren
The Red and Blue Books, Louise Lawler
Variations On I Am Still Alive On Kawara, Sol Lewitt
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Niele Toroni; WITHIN (TIME), Peter Downsbrough
The Discussions, Ian Wilson
Squares With Sides and Corners Torn Off, Sol Lewitt
Zeichnungen, Max Neuhaus
And Now, Peter Downsbrough
The Telephone Book, John Baldessari
(Untitled), Louise Lawler
March 1969, Seth Siegelaub.
Take Your Time to Sit Down for a Moment and Read a Book
Peter Liversidge – Proposals for Sean Kelly Gallery
Published by Sean Kelly Gallery in December 2011 in an edition of 500 copies.
These Proposals were sent to Sean Kelly Gallery during September 2011, and a number of these Proposals were realised at the exhibition Peter Liversidge – Where We Begin at Sean Kelly Gallery from 9th December 2011 – 28 January 2012.
For more than forty years, Ackling has made all of his work by the same method: focusing sunlight through a magnifying glass to burn lines of tiny dots onto found and rescued materials: bits of driftwood, scraps of card, or most recently the contents of his garden shed: discarded wooden boxes and the handles of old tools.
from press release Ingleby Gallery
From 4 February till 10 March 2012 there is in Gallery II an exhibition of the Glasgow based artist Andrew Miller