Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Peter Liversidge – Doppelgänger, Ingleby Gallery

Peter Liversidge – Doppelgänger
1 August – 28 September 2013
Ingleby Gallery
15 Calton Road
Edinburgh EH8 8DL

Peter Liversidge’s exhibition for the 2013 Edinburgh Art Festival unpicks the powerful and strange story of Ein Handschuh, a suite of etchings from 1881 by the Austrian Symbolist Max Klinger. Klinger’s ten prints tell the story of a lost glove, dropped by a beautiful, roller-skating woman, and picked up by the artist, in whose imagination the glove goes on to live a bizarre and independent life of its own. Liversidge’s response re-imagines Klinger’s narrative as a life-size cycle of giant screen-prints with the dropped glove as a recurring motif, carved from white marble and dropped out of the image onto the gallery floor.
from announcement Ingleby Gallery

Low – Film by Peter Liversidge

After the recent release of their new album The Invisible Way on Sub Pop Records the band Low is currently on tour. The film Peter Liversidge made for their performance at the Royal Festival Hall, London 2012, will be shown as video backdrop during their performances in the US. See for tour places and dates:

see for video's of the Royal Festival Hall concert:


image © 2012, Peter Liversidge, Low

Royal Festival Hall, London, 3 April 2012 – Low, concert with 3-screen video backdrop, stage setting & lighting by Peter Liversidge

Monday, 25 March 2013

Ian Whittlesea – Becoming Invisible

Ian Whittlesea – Becoming Invisible
22 March – 27 April 2013
Marlborough Contemporary
6 Albemark Street
London W1S 4BY
photographs © 2013, Ian Whittlesea, Marlborough Fine Art, London - works and installations 

Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Peter Liversidge at The Armory Show 2013, NY

Peter Liversidge will be presented at The Armory Show 2013 by Sean Kelly, NY and Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh
7 – 10 March 2013
The Armory Show
Pier 92 & 94
Twelfth Avenue at 55th Street
New York City

Sean Kelly (booth 501, Pier 94) will present a new bulb sign by Peter Liversidge on the booth, and a very large bulb sign which will be displayed above the Champagne Bar at the centre of the fair on Pier 94. This sign, entitled Day's End is a reference to a work by Gordon Matta-Clark made in 1975 on Pier 54 in NYC.

Ingleby Gallery (booth 804, Pier 94) will present a neon sign by Peter Liversidge, and works by a.o. James Hugonin, Frank Walther, Garry Fabian Miller, Winston Roeth & David Austen

photograph Ingleby Gallery: Peter Liversidge – Etc, 2011, neon (19 parts), ed. of 3, 13 x 39 cm each part
© Peter Liversidge, Ingleby Gallery

Steigerwald, Eschenau

photographs Peter Foolen 28 February – 1 March 2013

herman de vries – steigerwald, germany

herman de vries – was / wieso / vonwo / wohin
stone engraving with gold
Steigerwald, Eschenau, Germany
photographs by Peter Foolen, 28 February 2013

herman de vries, die wiese, eschenau

herman de vries & susanne de vries – die wiese / the meadow
Steigerwald, Eschenau, Northern Bavaria, Germany
photographs by Peter Foolen, 28 February – 1 March 2013

herman de vries – die wiese 1986-2013

From 27 February to 1 March 2013 I visited herman de vries in Eschenau, Germany, to select photographs for a new artist book: herman de vries & susanne de vries – die wiese / the meadow, to be published by Peter Foolen Editions & Eschenau Editions.
This publication is a survey of more than 200 photographs taken by herman and susanne de vries of their meadow in Eschenau from 1986 to 2013, showing the development of this meadow with different plants, shrubs and trees. From each year there will be images of this meadow during the seasons, in details and overview. The book will be published in June 2013, 22 x 16 cm, 256 pages, bound hardcover in linen. There will also be a special edition with a fragment from die wiese / the meadow.

Walk On – 40 Years of Art Walking

Walk On – From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff
40 Years of Art Walking
26 March – 6 May 2013
PMG, Pitzhanger Manor Gallery & House
Walpole Park
Mattock Lane
London W5 5EQ

Group exhibition with works by a.o. Richard Long, Alec Finlay, Marina Abramovic, Hamish Fulton, Chris Drury & Tim Robinson

curated by Cynthia Morrison-Bell & Alistair Robinson in collaboration with Mike Collier & Janet Ross.
Touring in 2013-2014 to NGCA Sunderland, Aberdeen Art Gallery & Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

Ian Hamilton Finlay – Selected Works, New Art Centre

Ian Hamilton Finlay – Selected Works
9 February – 31 March
New Art Centre
Roche Court
East Winterslow
Salisbury, Wiltshire
SP5 1BG England
image: Ian Hamilton Finlay – Templa Quam Dilecta (How Beautiful Are Thy Temples), 2006
© photograph Stephen White, Estate of Ian Hamilton Finlay, New Art Centre

herman de vries – fragments, 2010

herman de vries – fragments, 2010
50 x 70 cm
photograph © Conrads, Düsseldor