- Barbara Kasten
- Hurvin Anderson
- Caragh Thuring
- Amie Siegel
- Michael Landy
- Steve McQueen
- Phillip King
- Walead Beshty
- Cecily Brown
- Catherine Opie
- Michel François
- Paul Pfeiffer
- Alexandre da Cunha
- Glenn Ligon
- Dana Schutz
- Bruce Conner
- Amy Sillman
- John Gerrard
- Luisa Lambri
- Akram Zaatari
- Abraham Cruzvillegas
- Anthea Hamilton
- Bob Law
- Terry Adkins
- Abraham Cruzvillegas -
- Lynda Benglis
- Anya Gallaccio
- Arturo Herrera
- Jean-Luc Moulène
- Ella Kruglyanskaya
- Lari Pittman
- Xie Nanxing
- Marisa Merz
- Lari Pittman -
- Kelley Walker
- José Damasceno
- Kutlug Ataman
14.09.21 - Barbara Kasten in conversation at Photo London 2021
This evening, Barbara Kasten and David Levinthal will be in conversation as part of Photo London 2021.
The talk, moderated by William A. Ewing, will focus on the art, technology, industry and commerce of the Polaroid.
Tuesday 14 September, 2021 at 8pm GMT
10.09.21 - Hurvin Anderson: 'Reverb'
Hurvin Anderson: ‘Reverb’
Exhibition dates: 12 October - 4 December 2021
Thomas Dane Gallery
3 & 11 Duke Street, St James's London, SW1
09.09.021 - Hurvin Anderson and Caragh Thuring in 'Mixing It Up'
Now open: Hurvin Anderson and Caragh Thuring in ‘Mixing It Up: Painting Today’ at Hayward Gallery, London.
“Featuring three generations of artists who live and work here, ‘Mixing It Up’ highlights the UK’s emergence as a vital international centre of contemporary painting.”
Exhibition dates: 9 September – 12 December 2021
London SE1 8XX
03.09.21 - Amie Siegel's 'Asterisms' premieres at the 34th São Paulo Biennial
Premiering tomorrow: Amie Siegel, Asterisms (2021) at 34th São Paulo Bienal
Amie Siegel’s expansive new work Asterisms explores geological and social displacement processes on a planetary scale, focusing on the specific context of the United Arab Emirates. Siegel leads us through the process of constructing artificial islands in Dubai; through migrant labor camps that supply manual work for gold factories and oil recovery; through the surreal landscape of a royal palace where Arabian horses are bred and trained for show; through an abandoned village almost completely submerged by the desert sand... Each of these segments unfolds in a different cinematic aspect ratio and is projected onto a shape that floats between a wall and a sculpture. Derived from the superposition of the various projection formats, the shape resembles a stylized star, or asterism – an informal group of stars and the lines used to mentally connect them, whose form we can identify in the night sky, if we look hard enough.
Siegel’s continuous slide projection Surrogates (2016) will also be shown as part of the Bienal. The relationship between the female body, the copy and its sculptural context is evoked in a dialogue between projected image and pedestal, as images of rupture and repair on the bodies of classical sculpture in the Naples National Archaeological Museum emerge and disappear in turn.
Exhibition dates: 4 September - 5 December 2021
25.08.21 - Caragh Thuring limited edition print now available
Caragh Thuring, ‘Island Fever’, 2021, a limited edition lithograph print produced on the occasion of work by her being acquired for Tate’s collection of British art.
‘Island Fever’ is Thuring’s first lithograph print and features many of the motifs that occur in her paintings, including a silhouette of a submarine, a brick wall pattern and, most prominently, an erupting volcano.
She explains “I’ve always been fascinated by their subterranean mystery, and the fact that they destroy themselves as well as build themselves from underneath”.
To purchase the print, please click here.
24.08.21 - Panel discussion with Michael Landy
Journalist and author Tim Burrows will host a panel discussion with Michael Landy and others tomorrow, to discuss England’s most misunderstood county – from the 'Essex Man' and 'Essex Girl' stereotypes, to its celebration in reality TV shows such as ‘The Only Way is Essex’.
Tickets for the in person event at Firstsite, Colchester are now sold out, but you can watch the discussion online via a live stream. Please book your ticket here.
The discussion takes place on Wednesday 25 August at 7pm.
‘Michael Landy's Welcome to Essex’ and ‘Michael Landy's Break Down: 20 Years’ are on view at Firstsite in Colchester until 5 September
13.08.21 - 'Ashes' at Turner Contemporary extended
Steve McQueen’s ‘Ashes,’ at Turner Contemporary has been extended until 26 September.
The two-channel video installation by Steve McQueen was filmed over ten years, on two separate visits to Grenada. A homage to the protagonist - Ashes, a young man and friend of McQueen's, who was killed by drug dealers - it is also a poignant rumination on life, death and lost potential.
Turner Contemporary, Rendezvous, Margate, Kent, CT9 1HG
13.08.21 - Summer Closure
The gallery will be closed week commencing 16 August for summer holiday.
The London gallery will reopen to the public on Tuesday 24 August.
The Naples gallery will reopen to the public on Monday 23 August.
29.07.21 - Phillip King CBE PPRA, 1934 - 2021
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Phillip King, one of the most ground-breaking British artists of the last 70 years.
Phillip died peacefully with his wife Judy at his side.
We were blessed to have worked with Phillip in the last eight years of his life, during which time he re-taught us that art and sculpture-making should know no rules or limitations. His curiosity, joy, and sparkle were boundless and contagious, and we will miss him dearly.
Phillip was born in Tunis in 1934 to a French mother and English father. In 1945 he moved to London and went on to study modern languages at the University of Cambridge. He eventually enrolled at St Martin’s School of Art where he met Anthony Caro and the New Generation group of artists, who would go on to completely revolutionise sculpture from the 1960s onwards.
A real free-spirit and risk-taker, Phillip worked tirelessly throughout his life experimenting with materials, forms and colours, seldom repeating himself, as he moved from periods of working in steel, ceramic, polyurethane, found objects as well as bronze and stone. He would rarely make preparatory drawings, rather referring to shapes and colours that would appear to him in dreams. He was a modest man, entirely committed to his rigorous exploration, rarely missing a day in the studio right up to the end of his life.
Phillip loved to be surrounded by younger artists and loved to teach, taking up professorships in the UK, Europe and the US. In 1967 he was appointed a trustee of Tate, and from 1999 to 2004 he was President of the Royal Academy of Arts.
His works are installed in public spaces around the world, from Australia and Japan to Scandinavia, China and the US, and are represented in some of the most important museum collections including Tate, Pompidou and MoMA. His final major public project, La Ronde de Rennes, will be unveiled later this year in the French city of Rennes.
23.07.21 - Thomas Dane Gallery Naples will participate in ITALICS
Thomas Dane Gallery Naples is pleased to announce its participation in the first in-person project of the ITALICS consortium.
ITALICS is the first consortium in Italy to unite more than 60 of the country’s most influential galleries. The first in-person project will be ‘Panorama’, an island-wide exhibition on Procida (off the coast of Naples), curated by Vincenzo de Bellis, Curator and Associate Director of Programs, Visual Arts at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.
It is the first in a series of exhibitions, each with the title ‘Panorama’, to tell the story of some of the most fascinating places in Italy, in an IRL continuation of the digital journey which began in October 2020 on italics.art.
Exhibition dates: 2 - 5 September 2021