Chromatic Branch (2009) from Evan Holloway, published by Ridinghouse in 2012.
In this first monograph on Holloway’s work, over 100 full colour images are accompanied by an introductory text by Ralph Rugoff, an in-depth look at three experimental projects by Liz Kotz, and an interview with the artist conducted by critic Bruce Hainley.
That was one of the charms of punk: that in addition to being this very macho aggressive beast that the media made it out to be, it was steeped in a kind of rather archaic and genteel sense of English comedy.Michael Bracewell on his experiences of punk, taken from his conversation with Doro Globus in The Space Between: Selected Writings on Art (2012).
Spotted: David Batchelor: Found Monochromes, Vol.1, 1–250 (2010) at The Fruitmarket Gallery bookshop, Edinburgh. The solo exhibition ‘Flatlands’, featuring Batchelor’s drawings and paintings, is open until July 14.
Coventry’s paintings sit there saying, ‘One for all and all for one’, or rather, ‘Whatever value one of us has we all have’.
Nick Zangwill on Keith Coventry’s ‘Deontological Pictures’ series.
Published on the occasion of the exhibition Keith Conventy: Deontological Pictures at PEER, London, this publication features 15 of these never-before-seen paintings, alongside a text on deontology by Nick Zangwill and an interview with the artist and Michael Bracewell.
Spotted: Our latest title Richard Patterson blends in nicely with the interior of the artist’s home in Dallas, Texas.
Through veils of what might be translucent ectoplasm, livid drips of lack suggest the gradual disintegration of any solidity into molten form. The movement in the painting is simultaneously horizontal, vertical and internal; the myriad episodes of gestural activity appear to be occurring at the same moment, heavy with their own volcanic energy.
Michael Bracewell on Ann-Marie James’s Into other bodies (2013) in ‘Ovid, Bernini and Ann-Marie James’.
Taken from Ann-Marie James: Proserpina, published by Ridinghouse.
John Stezaker’s Blind is the 19th work in Ingleby Gallery’s Billboard for Edinburgh public art project.
A full overview of Stezaker’s works can be found in his comprehensive monograph, published by Ridinghouse in 2011.
Ridinghouse Event: Richard Patterson
To launch Richard Patterson – the most substantial catalogue of the artist’s work to date – the artist will be in conversation with Matthew Collings tomorrow.
The talk will begin at 7pm, as part of the artist’s exhibition private view at Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, 6 – 8 pm.
More information on the event here: http://bit.ly/RH-Events
Photo credit: © Richard Patterson 2013, courtesy Timothy Taylor Gallery, London.
Announcing Richard Patterson, the most substantial catalogue of the artist’s work to date.
On Thursday, 18 April, at 7pm, artist Richard Patterson will be in conversation with Matthew Collings at Timothy Taylor Gallery, London. This event will launch the catalogue and the accompanying exhibition.
More information on the event at Ridinghouse’s new Events page.
On the occasion of:
Richard Patterson, 19 April - 1 June 2013
Timothy Taylor Gallery, 15 Carlos Place, London
Private view: Thursday 18 April, 6 - 8pm
Rose Finn-Kelcey’s entire body of work can be seen in terms of an interplay between opposed categories, particularly the apparent antithesis between the heavenly and earthly, sublime and ridiculous, the elevated and debased.Guy Brett on Rose Finn-Kelcey, taken from the artist’s monograph (2013).
More previews of upcoming title Richard Patterson on press.
‘A British painter who currently lives and works in Dallas, Texas, Richard Patterson’s work is steeped in pop cultural allusions from the realms of film, magazines, music, advertising and consumer culture, whilst simultaneously engaging with the connections between painting, iconography and narrative.’
The Library of Independent Exchange (L.I.E) is temporary arts reference library and events space founded in Plymouth.
L.I.E is currently holding ‘Open(ing) Receptions’ on April 4th and 5th, 10am-6pm at Hannah Barry Gallery, London. Click here for more information on London-based events.
To aid in funding the project, Andreas Samuelsson has designed a limited-edition bag for a £10 donation - and it features Ridinghouse’s Bob Law: A Retrospective!
Hannah Barry Gallery
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