12.06.2019 - Abraham Cruzvillegas, Anya Gallaccio, John Gerrard, Jean-Luc Moulène: The Aerodrome, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
Abraham Cruzvillegas, Anya Gallaccio, John Gerrard, Jean-Luc Moulène: The Aerodrome, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
This exhibition is dedicated to the memory of Michael Stanley, Curator of Ikon before becoming Director of Milton Keynes Gallery and then Modern Art Oxford, who died tragically in 2012. Co-curated with David Austen and George Shaw and structured loosely on Rex Warner’s 1941 wartime novel The Aerodrome, a book that made a great impression on Stanley, it includes many of the artists he worked with.
1 Oozells Square
12 June - 8 September 2019
30.05.2019 - Anya Gallaccio: NOW, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
Anya Gallaccio: NOW, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
NOW is the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art’s three-year series of contemporary art exhibitions. The fifth instalment in the series will be centred on a major survey of work by Anya Gallaccio.
Anya Gallaccio: Artist Talk
Friday 31 May
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
75 Belford Road
1 June - 22 September 2019
27.03.2019 - Thomas Dane Gallery at Art Basel Hong Kong
Art Basel Hong Kong - Stand: 1C02
Featuring works by: Hurvin Anderson, Lynda Benglis, Anya Gallaccio, John Gerrard, Arturo Herrera, Phillip King, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Bob Law, Glenn Ligon, Jean-Luc Moulène, Xie Nanxing, Albert Oehlen and Akram Zaatari.
Preview: 27-28 March
Public days: 29-31 March
28.02.2019 - Abraham Cruzvillegas, Anya Gallaccio: Special Project at Ignacio Zaragoza Avenue
Abraham Cruzvillegas and Anya Gallaccio: Special Project at Ignacio Zaragoza Avenue
Ciclónica is a group exhibtion on the Ignacio Zaragoza Avenue (Mexico-Puebla motorway), where chain-link fencing separates the highway from the adjoining neighborhoods; this road is used to enter the city from its south and east sides, meaning some local businesses use these fences to advertise their services. Ciclónica invited artists to create an image or a text, reproduced as digital prints on one square meter canvases. The works were mounted on the fences along the motorway, and distributed in the following stations: Tejones, Caseta Vieja, Cárcel, Peñón Viejo, Clínica 25, Tepalcates.
The fence's original use for advertising presupposes a certain visibility for passersby and for people using public transport. In this way, the city is put to use, especially through the so-called peripheries, as an exhibition platform to show the works of various national and international artists to those who travel through, or are displaced by, the city.
Curated by Antonio Nieto Cuevas.
14.02.2019 - Thomas Dane Gallery at Frieze LA
Frieze LA - Stand: C8
Featuring works by: Terry Adkins, Hurvin Anderson, Lynda Benglis, Bruce Conner, Anya Gallaccio, John Gerrard, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Luisa Lambri, Michael Landy and Marisa Merz.
Preview: 14 February
Public days: 15-17 February
22.01.2018 - Anya Gallaccio 'dreamed about the flowers that hide from the light' at Lindisfarne Castle. Opens 5 May 2018
Anya Gallaccio: dreamed about the flowers that hide from the light
5 May - November, 2018
Lindisfarne Castle, Holy Island, Northumberland
Anya Gallaccio: First 21 Artists Announced for the 21st Biennale of Syndey
Preview: 13-15 March, 2018
16 March - 11 June, 2018
The first 21 artists of the 21st Biennale of Sydney:
Eija-Liisa Ahtila (Born 1959 in Finland, lives and works in Helsinki)
Ai Weiwei (Born 1957 in China, lives and works in Beijing)
Brook Andrew (Born 1970 in Australia, lives and works in Melbourne)
Oliver Beer (Born 1985 in England, lives and works in Paris and London)
Anya Gallaccio (Born 1963 in Scotland, lives and works in San Diego and London)
Laurent Grasso (Born 1972 in France, lives and works in Paris and New York)
N.S. Harsha (Born 1969 in India, lives and works in Mysore)
Mit Jai Inn (Born 1960 in Thailand, lives and works in Chiang Mai)
Kate Newby (Born 1979 in New Zealand, lives and works in Auckland and New York)
Noguchi Rika (Born 1971 in Japan, lives and works in Okinawa)
Nguyen Trinh Thi (Born 1973 in Vietnam, lives and works in Hanoi)
Ciara Phillips (Born 1976 in Canada, lives and works in Glasgow)
Koji Ryui (Born 1976 in Japan, lives and works in Sydney)
Semiconductor (Ruth Jarman, born 1973 in England, and Joe Gerhardt, born 1972 in England, live and work in Brighton)
Yasmin Smith (Born 1984 in Australia, lives and works in Sydney)
George Tjungurrayi (Born c. 1943 in Australia, lives and works in Kintore)
Nicole Wong (Born 1990 in Hong Kong, lives and works in Hong Kong)
Wong Hoy Cheong (Born 1960 in Malaysia, lives and works in Kuala Lumpur)
Yukinori Yanagi (Born 1959 in Japan, lives and works in Hiroshima)
Haegue Yang (Born 1971 in South Korea, lives and works in Berlin and Seoul)
Jun Yang (Born 1975 in China, lives and works in Vienna, Taipei and Yokohama)
Anya Gallaccio: to see if time was there at The Contemporary Austin
Anya Gallaccio: to see if time was there
A new, site-specific commission for The Contemporary Austin’s Betty and Edward Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria.
The Contemporary Austin, Texas
2 April, 2017 - ongoing
Hurvin Anderson, Walead Beshty, Alexandre da Cunha and Anya Gallaccio in Making & Unmaking: An exhbition curated by Duro Olowu at Camden Arts Centre
Making & Unmaking: An exhbition curated by Duro Olowu
Camden Arts Centre, London
19 June - 18 September, 2016
Making & Unmaking, curated by celebrated fashion designer and curator Duro Olowu. The exhibition brings together over sixty international artists working in diverse media, including Hurvin Anderson, Walead Beshty, Alexandre da Cunha and Anya Gallaccio.
Anya Gallaccio: Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
Anya Gallaccio: Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
July 17 - November 1, 2015
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego Downtown, Jacobs Building
Anya Gallacio: SNAP, Art at the Aldeburgh Festival
SNAP: Art at the Aldeburgh Festival
Installations in Orford Ness & Snape Maltings, Suffolk
13- 29 June 2014
Anya Gallaccio: Artpace, San Antonio
Hudson (Show)Room: Anya Gallaccio
Anya Gallaccio returns to Artpace 16 years after her International Artist-in-Residence project with This much is true, an installation of four cubic sculptures at the Hudson (Show)Room.
Anya Gallaccio: Creation/destruction, The Holden Gallery, Manchester
Often, creation and destruction are taken as polar opposites, elemental forces which are permanently in conflict. Rather than following this line of division between the two, the exhibition looks to examine more imaginative approaches, the ways in which creation and destruction might merge and cross over. The process of making something new can be as much about removal as it is about production - the ways in which ideas, images and perceptions have to be cleared away before anything useful can begin.
The works in the exhibition explore different aspects of the relationship between creation and destruction; they establish a thread between the two forces in order to produce something new. The very different approaches of each of the artists (using film, photography and sculpture) lead the spectator towards a more complex and nuanced view. The experience is designed to set a more fruitful dialogue between creation and destruction.
Anya Gallaccio explores the connections between decay, temporality and aesthetics. Preserve (Chateau) consists of 100 Gerberas which will slowly decay during the course of the exhibition, a paradox of the familiar creative process. The existence of Red and Green originates from the destruction of an earlier work, Red on Green, an installation of 10,000 roses laid on the gallery floor and left to decay.
Mark Lewis' film North Circular uses a single take to explore the ruins of a modernist office building in London; inside three boys play amidst chaotic remains. This representation of an abandoned building reflects on aspects of time and space and the subject evokes a sense of decay and ruination.
Rut Blees Luxemburg has produced a number of projects each of which investigate the significance of the modern project on the city. The works in the exhibition explore themes of destruction, decay, and erosion through a contrasting range of objects, materials and locations.
Anya Gallaccio: Red on Green at Jupiter Artland
10,000 fragrant and velvety red roses are packed onto the gallery floor, where over the summer months they are left to blacken and die. Initially glowing and vibrant, the petals will darken and add the evocation of death and decay to themes of celebration and love. This sensual bed of rose heads atop green leaves and thorny stems suggests extravagance and romance; yet, over time, may become cliché, obsessive, and even dangerous.