19 August 2014
From the backlist: Abstract Drawing: Curated by Richard Deacon
A closer look at the work of Lothar Götz included in an exhibition catalogue edited by British artist Richard Deacon. 
Bringing together artists from different generations and parts of the world, this volume explores the complexities of ‘abstraction’ in contemporary drawing. For further information, see the Ridinghouse website.
Until 31 October, a selection of paintings and works on paper by Lothar Götz is on display at the Contemporary Art Society in London.

From the backlist: Abstract Drawing: Curated by Richard Deacon

A closer look at the work of Lothar Götz included in an exhibition catalogue edited by British artist Richard Deacon. 

Bringing together artists from different generations and parts of the world, this volume explores the complexities of ‘abstraction’ in contemporary drawing. For further information, see the Ridinghouse website.

Until 31 October, a selection of paintings and works on paper by Lothar Götz is on display at the Contemporary Art Society in London.

15 August 2014
New title: Remember Everything: 40 Years Galerie Max Hetzler
Published on the occasion of the 40 year anniversary of Galerie Max Hetzler, this volume documents the breadth of exhibitions held at the gallery since 1974. 
Pictured above is a fold-out installation image of Remember Everything, an exhibition at the gallery during late 2013.
For further information on the title, see the Ridinghouse website.

New title: Remember Everything: 40 Years Galerie Max Hetzler

Published on the occasion of the 40 year anniversary of Galerie Max Hetzler, this volume documents the breadth of exhibitions held at the gallery since 1974. 

Pictured above is a fold-out installation image of Remember Everything, an exhibition at the gallery during late 2013.

For further information on the title, see the Ridinghouse website.

13 August 2014
Because of [Zoe] Leonard’s attention to the viewing conditions and choices about framing and display, the experience of the photographs is an encounter with objects in real time. To be sure, like any photograph, they are a record of the past, but the feelings they invoke remain stubbornly in the present.

Glenn Ligon on Zoe Leonard’s silver-gelatin photographs of the sun, taken from Zoe Leonard: Available Light.

In the two related bodies of work that form the centerpiece of this volume, Zoe Leonard poses fundamental questions about the medium of photography and the nature of sight.

For further information, see the Ridinghouse website.

7 August 2014

Spotted: Ridinghouse tote

Our brand new Ridinghouse tote bag at Jonathan Murphy's studio at Gasworks, London!

5 August 2014

New title: Robert Holyhead

A first look at our latest title Robert Holyhead, presenting 15 new works by the British artist.

Robert Holyhead’s paintings engage with the tensions between colour and form through additions and erasures on the painted surface. Many of artist’s painted shapes seemingly float on the canvas and, in his words, ‘pierce the space open’ for the viewer.

For further information, see the Ridinghouse website.

31 July 2014
Preview: John Stezaker: Crossing Over
Reframing image fragments from postcards, John Stezaker’s series ‘Crossing Over’ (2012–13) focuses on the incidental micro-narratives of life that are often overlooked in these everyday objects.
Reprinted to full-scale, 65 image fragments in this artist project are collected for the first time here.
For further information, see the Ridinghouse website.

Preview: John Stezaker: Crossing Over

Reframing image fragments from postcards, John Stezaker’s series ‘Crossing Over’ (2012–13) focuses on the incidental micro-narratives of life that are often overlooked in these everyday objects.

Reprinted to full-scale, 65 image fragments in this artist project are collected for the first time here.

For further information, see the Ridinghouse website.

28 July 2014

Eva Rothschild video

In this TateShots video, Eva Rothschild discusses the importance of the choice of materials she works with, explaining how she manipulates these choices to give the appearance either of something pristine and untouched, or of something that very much bears the touch of the artist’s hand.

This autumn sees the publication of Eva Rothschild, a volume featuring recent sculptures by the Irish-born artist originally exhibited at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane. For further information, see the Ridinghouse website.

24 July 2014
Spotted: The Conran Shop, London
We spotted Bridget Riley: Complete Prints 1962–2012 at The Conran Shop in London.
Visually captivating and beautifully arranged, Bridget Riley’s screenprints are some of the most innovative and technically accomplished ever made. Newly designed and expanded, this catalogue raisonné of the artist’s prints brings together a substantial body of work.

Spotted: The Conran Shop, London

We spotted Bridget Riley: Complete Prints 1962–2012 at The Conran Shop in London.

Visually captivating and beautifully arranged, Bridget Riley’s screenprints are some of the most innovative and technically accomplished ever made. Newly designed and expanded, this catalogue raisonné of the artist’s prints brings together a substantial body of work.

23 July 2014

From the backlist: Mel Bochner: If the Colour Changes

This monograph takes colour as its guiding thread to highlight Mel Bochner’s rich and thought-provoking approach to photography and painting – moving from early installations to his more recent ‘thesaurus painting’ series.

For more, see the Ridinghouse website.

22 July 2014
Gillian Wearing in the Financial Times
Ahead of the opening of A Real Birmingham Family at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, this autumn, Gillian Wearing speaks to the Financial Times about her quietly subversive and unexpected take on ‘ordinary’ subjects.
Read the interview online here.
For an overview of Wearing’s work, see her monograph published by Ridinghouse, Whitechapel Gallery and K20 Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen in 2012.

Gillian Wearing in the Financial Times

Ahead of the opening of A Real Birmingham Family at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, this autumn, Gillian Wearing speaks to the Financial Times about her quietly subversive and unexpected take on ‘ordinary’ subjects.

Read the interview online here.

For an overview of Wearing’s work, see her monograph published by Ridinghouse, Whitechapel Gallery and K20 Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen in 2012.

 
 
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