Monday, November 25, 2013

Miles Aldridge's Short Breaths featured on Collect - Dorchester Collection

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Jackie Nickerson's Terrain featured on Aesthetica Magazine
Jackie Nickerson's Terrain featured on British Journal of Photography
Jackie Nickerson's Terrain featured in Art Daily

Friday, November 15, 2013

Sophy Rickett on The Clearing

Sophy Rickett, Objects in the Field

Martina Bacigalupo from Gulu Real Art Studio, 2013

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Clare Strand's Aerial Suspension at 
Solent Showcase Gallery

Monday, November 18th
6-7.30 pm

Saturday, November 9, 2013

Paris Photo 2013

Thursday 14 - Sunday 17 November
Grand Palais Avenue Winston Churchill 75008 Paris

Miles Aldridge  Sophy Rickett  Heidi Specker  

Clare Strand Massimo Vitali  Martina Bacigalupo  

Peter Fraser  Jackie Nickerson


Brancolini Grimaldi Stand C25 Saturday 
16th November at 1 pm

Jackie Nickerson: Terrain
Hardcover: 112 pages, Publisher: T.F. Editores

Saturday 16th November at 2 pm

Miles Aldridge: I Only Want You To Love Me
Hardcover: 288 pages, Publisher: Rizzoli

Saturday 16th November at 3 pm

Martina Bacigalupo: Gulu Real Art Studio
Hardcover: 112 pages, Publisher: Steidl

Thursday 14th November at 4 pm 

Clare Strand: Skirtspage2image10472  
Introduction: Philippe Starck, Publisher: GOST Books

Lara Baladi commission for Miss Dior Exhibition - Preview

Lara Baladi, Don't Touch Me Tomatoes & Chachacha, video installation

Lara Baladi at the Grand Palais in Paris / Miss Dior Exhibition


November, 13 to 25 2013

Free exhibition open to the public

Miss Dior, Christian Dior’s first fragrance created in 1947, is as much a symbol as it is a myth. For the first time in its history, the House of Dior’s original scent and founding creation is the focus of a major exhibition.
To pierce the mystery of this unique fragrance and draw inspiration from the ideal young woman who embodies it, Dior has invited fifteen women artists from around the world to give free rein to their artistic expression.
This carte blanche has been given to the artists and to Miss Dior so the legend will continue, determinedly ready to welcome the future.

Martina Bacigalupo - Gulu Real Art Studio

The New York Times, November 8th, 2013

The New Yorker, November 11th, 2013 

Jackie Nickerson featured on The Good Life - London issue !

Jackie Nickerson, Terrain

Saturday, November 2, 2013

LAST DAYS of Sophy Rickett's exhibition at Kettle's Yard, Cambridge

Objects in the Field
Until Sunday November 3rd, 2013

In 2011 and 2012 Sophy Rickett made regular visits to the Institute of Astronomy at Cambridge University as an Associate Artist. Her new photographs are a response to meeting a retired fellow of the Institute, the scientist Dr Roderick Willstrop. Rickett has produced a remarkable series of large-scale photographs inspired by the negatives produced from the Three Mirror Telescope designed and built by Dr Willstrop. Her new work explores the connections between optics and seeing, the shift from analogue to digital, relationships between different kinds of photographic practice and the encounter between an individual and an institution, between an artist and a scientist.
Also on display will be a selection of earlier works from To The River (Archive) 2011-12 inspired by the Severn Bore, a large surge wave that can be seen in the estuary of the River Severn.

The Artist Associateship programme at the Institute of Astronomy was conceived and organised by Barry Phipps.

Most Popular of All Time open at Kunsthaus Essen TOMORROW

November 3rd - December 15th, 2013

Opening: November 3rd, 2013 at 4pm 

The exhibition "Most Popular of All Time" by Clare beach and Gordon MacDonald's goal to include in a completely new and as yet unknown way the viewer as an active part of the exhibition event in the artistic design with. Under normal conditions the visitors of art exhibitions is set to the role of detached observer. The works shown may not be touched or removed freely even from their designated places usually. The actual creation process is mediated by adapting the catalog essays, on guided tours or - more rarely - by talking to the respective artists.
The planned exhibition at the Kunsthaus Essen defines the usual role of the observer and the relationship between the artist and the recipient again. It allows the viewer to collagen borateur and accomplices of the artistic intentions are and asks him outright, actively participate in the creation of artworks.
Icons of Photography of the 20th Century for the selected source material, photographs, however, show up in the exhibition not as reproductions, but as line drawings. As drawings, which have yet to be made as such - here by the viewer. This is confronted with large-scale prints that make memories immediately to the appropriate photographic models germinate. One can see lines that are composed in part to known photo motives, but also suddenly stop in their momentum to leave blank spaces arise that are marked by numbers. Intuitively, it connects with the eyes and pulls the numbers are between the points, so as to perfect the design finally. In the end you speak direct share in the tracing of photographic subjects that have now achieved cult status and have become an integral part of our image-based reality.
Most Popular of All Time is not really a photo project. The book of the same name is published in the form of a coloring book for children, but issued for a different audience and with other intentions. The book contains selected by an online poll popular photographs of the history of photography, well-known, widely published and discussed icons of photographic art from the 20th Century. The photographs shown here are now so ubiquitous that it's hard their content to new sehen.Sie have long since removed from the context of their original creation, meaning and evaluation. With such, archived in our collective image memory images are epochal world events, political True strength th, social dramas and humanity moving epics condense on the narrow space for the photographer to be compressed, symbolic and weighty representation worlds universal statements about human existence couple to individual destinies and situations. With pictorial formulas such photographs lift the mediated by the excessive abundance images and signs.
(Source: Brad fire helmet)

Friday, November 1, 2013