Thursday, 12 September 2013

Trevor Sutton at Peter Foolen Editions

On occasion of the book launch of the publication and edition Trevor Sutton – Irish Paintings last Sunday 8 September 2013 there is a presentation of 3 paintings from the series Irish Paintings by Trevor Sutton, which are for sale. The presentation is  this Fall and open by appointment.
From the edition, a series of unique watercolours by Trevor Sutton, are still a few copies available, see for more info and prices the posts under label Trevor Sutton of this weblog.
Also presented are a painting and two watercolours  works by Trevor Sutton from my own collection and works by Graham Rich, Roger Ackling, Alan Charlton, Carol Robertson, Hamish Fulton, Willem Sanders, Peter Liversidge and Giovanni Dalessi.

Trevor Sutton
Façade 2011, 25,5 x 20 cm
O' Connor's 2011, 23 x 18 cm
Killala Bridge 2011, 23 x 18 cm
all works oil and paper on board

A Collector's Eye – The Collection Van Hulten

Peter Foolen Editions has published 3 catalogues about the Van Hulten Collection on the occasion of the exhibition A Collector's Eye at the Museum Belvédère, Heerenveen, The Netherlands, from 7 September – 24 November 2013.

A Collector's Eye
24,6 x 17,3 cm, 128 pp
hardcover, bound in linen, with foil block printing
texts in Dutch / English by Peter Morrens, Graeme Murray, Chris Yetton, Susan van den Berg, Marita de Jong and Han Steenbruggen
isbn 978-94-90673-13-0
price  € 25,00

Albert Smit kiest uit de Collectie Van Hulten
24,6 x 17,3 cm, 64 pp
hardcover, bound in linen, with foil block printing
texts in Dutch by Rolf van Hulten, Marita de Jong and interviews of Albert Smit with Chris Yetton, Feng-Chun Ma, Graeme Murray and James Hugonin
isbn 978-94-90673-14-7
price  € 15,00

Song Ceramics from the Van Hulten Collection
24,6 x 17,3 cm, 64 pp
hardcover, bound in linen, with foil block printing
texts in English by David Priestley and Feng-Chun Ma
isbn 978-94-90673-15-4
price  € 15,00

set of 3 books price  € 45,00

books printed in an edition of each 350 copies by Lecturis, Eindhoven
The books can be ordered by Peter Foolen Editions

In the Collection Van Hulten are works by artists from the 17th and 19th Century, a collection of Chinese Song ceramics and contemporary painters, a.o. Ben Akkerman, Jan Schoonhoven, Yves Klein, Antonio Calderara, JCJ Vanderheyden, Giorgio Morandi, Sol LeWitt, Geer van Velde and Edda Renouf.
An important part of the collection are works from artists from the UK: James Hugonin, Carol Robertson, Thomas Jushua Cooper, Roger Ackling, Ian Stephenson, Trevor Sutton, Bob Law, John Carter, Alan Green, Noel Forster, Mark Eischeid and John Carter.

Ian Hamilton Finlay – Galerie Angelika Harthan

Ian Hamilton Finlay – Situations
20 September – 2 November 2013
Galerie Angelika Harthan
Gerberstrasse 5c
70178 Stuttgart
this exhibition is compiled with Pia Maria Simig, Christina Lackner and Norbert Fleischmann

Peter Liversidge – Forthcoming exhibitions

Peter Liversidge is participating in the following group shows

Works on Paper
5 September – 19 October 2013
i8 Gallery
Tryggvagata 16
101 Reykjavik
with a.o. Anna Barribal, Geoffrey Farmer, Iran do Espírito, Karin Sander, Lawrence Weiner and Ragna Róbertsdóttir

Pataphysics – A Theoretical Exhibition
13 September – 19 October 2013
Sean Kelly
475 Tenth Avenue
New York, NY 10018
with a.o. Ai Wei Wei, Rodney Graham, David Hammons, Jonathan Monk, Yoko Ono, Iran do Espírito and David Shrighley

Peter Liversidge – Post from Tiree, 11 September 2013

Received this very nice post on Wednesday 11 September 2013, sent by Peter Liversidge from the Isle of Tiree, Scotland

Thursday, 5 September 2013

Peter Liversidge – recent publications

Peter Liversidge – Proposals for Santarcangelo
96 pp, 21,2 x 16,7 cm
published by Ingleby Gallery on behalf of Santarcangelo dei Teatri
edition of 500 copies
isbn 978-0-9566692-5-4

Peter Liversidge – Whitechapel Proposals
80 pp, 21,2 x 16,7 cm
published by Ingleby Gallery
edition of 500 copies
isbn 978-0-9566692-4-7

Peter Liversidge – Selected Proposals
284 pp, 27,6 x 22,2 cm
text by Clive Phillpot and a conversation between Peter Liversidge and Daniel F. Herrmann
published by Ingleby Gallery
edition of 1000 copies
isbn 978-0-9566692-6-1

publications available at Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh

Peter Liversidge – Snow & Vodka at Whitechapel, London

Today, Thursday 5 September, from 6-9pm, there will be a performance of Peter Liversidge at Whitechapel Gallery, London, on the occasion of the exhibition The Spirit of Utopia.
At 6pm there will be a 'Label Reading', at 6.30pm there will be a Snowstorm in the surrounding area of the Whitechapel Gallery and at 7.30pm there is a Vodka Performance with free vodka in etched limited edition glasses (edition of 250 copies)
see for more info:
Whitechapel Gallery
77-82 Whitechapel High Street
London E1 7QX
photograph Peter Liversidge - Midsummer Snowstorm, Jupiter Artland, 2009

Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Peter Liversidge – Post from Isle of Tiree, 3 & 4 September 2013

Two objects from the beach of Isle of Tiree, Scotland, posted by Peter Liversidge and received in Eindhoven on 3 and 4 September 2013

Rolf van Hulten – A Collector's Eye

A Collector's Eye
Contemporary Art from the Van Hulten Collection
6 September – 24 November 2013
Museum Belvédère
Oranje Nassaulaan 12
The Netherlands

An exhibition of a selection of works from the Van Hulten Collection, with Ceramics of the Song Dynasty, and works of James Hugonin, Thomas Joshua Cooper, Roger Ackling, Jan Schoonhoven, Carol Robertson, Sol LeWitt, Ben Akkerman, Trevor Sutton, Richard Tuttle, Callum Innes, Ian Stephenson, Noel Forster, Bob Law, JCJ Vanderheyden, Marc Mulders, Yves Klein and others.

Peter Foolen Editions has published 3 books on occasion of this exhibition with texts by a.o. Graeme Murray and Chris Yetton, printed by Lecturis, Eindhoven, in an edition of 350 copies

invitation card image James Hugonin – Untitled (XV), 2006-2007, oil and wax on board, 171 x 153 cm (detail)

Reliquiae – Corbel Stone Press

Reliquiæ is an annual journal of poetry, short fiction, non-fiction, translations and visual art, edited by Autumn Richardson & Richard Skelton. Each issue collects together both old and new work from a diverse range of writers and artists with common interests spanning landscape, ecology, folklore, esoteric philosophy and animism.

Mark Brennan
R. Eivind
Alice C. Fletcher & Francis La Flesche
Richard Harms
John Hutchinson
Hans Henny Jahnn
Richard Jefferies
Francis Ledwidge
Truman Michelson
Sophia Morrison
Knud Rasmussen
Autumn Richardson
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Richard Skelton
Mark Valentine
Noor de Winter
W. B. Yeats

softcover, 88 pp, isbn 978-0-9572121-4-5
available at Corbel Stone Press    

Luke Allan – Quait

Quait is a journal of concrete & formal poetry. Each issue is dedicated to a specific poetic form, and issue one features 15 'dicotyledons' by a number of poets. A dicotyledon typically comprises two words that differ by one letter. For instance 'previous' & 'precious'. The name comes from botany, meaning a seed that contains two embryonic leaves.

Aram Saroyan
Julie Johnstone
Alec Finlay
David Spittle
Richard Skelton
Gerry Loose
Ira Lightman
Kevin MacNeil
Greg Thomas
Stephen Nelson
Alistair Peebles 
Ken Cockburn
Jeff Hilson 
Kathryn Gerard 

Numbered edition of 250, hand-bound paperback
edited by Luke Allan in Edinburgh, July 2013
ISBN: 978-1-909744-07-3

available at