News

10 April 2014

In person: Friedl vom Gröller exhibition of the artist's avant-garde filmmaking at the Austrian Film Museum in Vienna (7 & 8 May 2014). The artists and her colleagues will be present.

 

20 March 2014

Jo Spence/Hackney Flashers and Helen Chadwick among the selected artists to be shown as part of the exhibition Somewhat Abstract: Selections from the Arts Council (12 April - 29 June 2014) at Nottingham Contemporary.


18 March 2014

The Museum der Moderne Salzburg devotes a special exhibition (till 6 July 2014) to artists and works from the collection associated with Viennese Actionism. There will also be works by women artists who introduced an entirely different concept of the body and a new image of women. Including women artists Renate Bertlmann and VALIE EXPORT and the Actionists Günter Brus, Otto Muehl, Hermann Nitsch and Rudolf Schwarzkogler


17 March 2014

Coinciding with Fitzrovia Lates (Thursday 27 March) Richard Saltoun Gallery is pleased to announce a film evening dedicated to the work of Austrian actionist artist Günter Brus. The screening selection has been curated by the artist himself. Starts at 7pm (doors open at 6:30pm)RSVP to giulia@richardsaltoun.com


6 March 2014

NICHOLAS POPE: 5 x 5: Panel discussion and Ridinghouse book launch at Central Saint Martins, London.
A panel discussion studies five groups of works by celebrated British artist Nicholas Pope at LVMH Lecture Theatre, Central Saint Martins. h 6:30pm


13 February 2014

Keywords: Art, Culture and Society in 1980s Britain at Tate Liverpool (28 February - 11 May). A new take on how the changes in the meaning of words reflect the cultural shifts in our society. Almost sixty works by artists among whom John Latham, Jo Spence, and a number of artworks that are being uniquely re-presented, including One for Sorrow Two for Joy 1976 - a pioneering performance from Rose Finn-Kelcey - and Helen Chadwick's notorious Carcass 1986.


10 February 2014

Gallery artist Bob Law at the Drawing Room (London) for the exhibition ABSTRACT DRAWING (20 Feb - 19 Apr 2014).


4 February 2014

Firstsite (Colchester) will host an Henri Chopin solo show curated by Michelle Cotton - from the 21 March to the 1st of June 2014.


3 February 2014

Galley artist Roelof Louw will be on show at Modern Art Oxford (15 February - 6 April 2014)


31 January 2014

Coinciding with Fitzrovia Lates (27 February) Richard Saltoun Gallery hosts the talk LIVING THE DREAM by Goldsmiths Professor Gavin Butt. Gavin Butt will explore the Andy Warhol / Paul Morrissey film, Women in Revolt! (1971) in the context of the Transformer exhibition (doors open h 18:00 - event h 19:00 - 21:00). RSVP essential giulia@richardsaltoun.com.


29 January 2014

On the 13th of February 2014 drag performer Jonny Woo will walk the visitors throughout the exhibition Transformer - at Richard Saltoun Galley h. 19:00.


16 January 2014

Coinciding with Fitzrovia Lates (30 January) Richard Saltoun Gallery shows the film Elevator Girls In Bondage (1972)from the collective of drag performers THE COCKETTES. Introduced by curator Giulia Casalini (doors open h 18:00 - event h 19:00 - 21:00). RSVP essential giulia@richardsaltoun.com.


8 January 2014
The Five Senses exhibition at the  Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art features gallery artist Roelof Louw in (Arizona, US). Until 4th May 2014.


7 January 2014
Jo Spence's Hackney Flashers on view at the Tate Liverpool exhibition Art Turning Left: How Values Changed Making 1789-2013. Until 2nd February 2014.


7 December 2013
The Kröller-Müller Museum (Otterlo, Netherlands) opens today the exhibiton A One Day Walk - Two generations of British artists: Caro, King, Long, Fulton, Flanagan, Pope, Cragg and Woodrow. Includes works from artist Nicholas Pope. Open until 30th March 2014. http://www.kmm.nl/.


6 December 2013

Jo Spence showing for the first time in the US at the White Columns Gallery (New York). Curated by Christabel Stewart - works Courtesy of Jo Spence Estate at Richard Saltoun Gallery (16 November - 21 December 2013).


13 November 2013
Renate Bertlmann is part of the S/HE IS THE ONE exhibition at The Kunstraum Niederoesterreich in Wien (25 October - 14 December 2013).


27 October 2013

Coinciding with Fitzrovia Lates (31 October) Richard Saltoun opens with the inauguration of the exhibition Victor Burgin: On Paper (h 18:00 - 20:00).


1 October 2013
Two of Barry Flanagan's Untitled (Pile) (1976) works will be part of the exhibition In form express and admirable (in a sense lying, in a sense not), curated by Mike Cooter. At Camberwell Space, Camberwell College of Arts (8 October - 16 November 2013).


26 September 2013

Coinciding with 'Fitzrovia Lates', curator George Vasey will give an introduction and explanation behind the work of Alexis Hunter and Jo Spence at Richard Saltoun Gallery. A selection of video works by Alexis Hunter, Jo Spence, Nina Wakeford and Erica Scourti will also be screened.


12 September 2013

Helen Chadwick at Museum Abteiberg, Monchengladbach for the show In Order to Join (December 2013 - March 2014). For info see the website http://www.museum-abteiberg.de/.


25 August 2013

The Kröller-Müller Museum (Otterlo, Netherlands) has received an important donation from the Art & Project / Depot VBVR Collection. The donation consists of over two hundred, mostly three-dimensional works by artists including Ger van Elk and Nicholas Pope. http://www.kmm.nl/.


19 August 2013

Alexis Hunter's He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not (1976/2013) to be included in the Sara Charlton Charitable Foundation fundraising exhibition and auction, In the Name of Honour, held in conjunction with Christie's, London. The exhibition will be held at One Mayfair from Thursday 19 - Sunday 22 September, 2013. For more information please visit http://www.saracharltoncharity.com/.


7 August 2013

Ridinghouse Publications newest publication Jo Spence: The Final Project, featuring texts by Terry Dennett, Philomena Epps, Clarissa Jacob and Amy Tobin now available. Edited by Louisa Lee, the volume takes an in-depth look at Spence's last body of work before her death in 1992.

http://ridinghouse.co.uk.


5 August 2013

Helen Chadwick's work Adore; Abhor (1994) will be included in the Freud Museum's upcoming exhibition Mad, Bad and Sad: Women and the Mind Doctors (8th October 2013 - 2nd February 2014).

http://www.freud.org.uk/.

 

15 July 2013

Helen Chadwick's Wreath to Pleasure No 1 and Rose Finn-Kelcey's The Restless Image - A Discrepancy Between the Felt Position and Seen Position. Self Portrait. both up for votes for Art Everywhere - the World's Biggest Art Show: www.arteverywhere.org.uk.


4 July 2013

Marcel Broodthaers' Gedicht/Poem/Poème - Change/Exchange/Wechsel, 1973, to be included in Orpheus Twice (20 September - 12 December 2013) at the David Roberts Art Foundation, London:

www.davidrobertsartfoundation.com.

 

2 July 2013

Helen Chadwick's Meat Abstract No. 3 and Meat Abstract No. 8 currently on exhibition in New York at Lisa Cooley Gallery as part of Antibody, a group exhibition including Ed Atkins, Matthew Brannon, Carter, Antoine Catala, Alice Channer, Anne Collier, Anthea Hamilton and Julie Verhoeven, Eva Kotatkova, and Jochen Lempert. The exhibition runs June 28 - July 26, 2013: www.lisa-cooley.com.


20 June 2013

In conjunction with Fitzrovia Lates  and our current exhibition we will be hosting a film evening on June 27th of Helen Chadwick films. 

 

4 June 2013

Alexis Hunter included in Mujer / Woman: The Feminist Avant-Garde from the 1970s. Works from the Sammlung Verbund, Vienna. 3 June - 1 September 2013 at Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid. Please visit www.circulobellasartes.com for further details.


23 May 2013

Alexis Hunter's Approach to Fear XVII: Masculinisation of Society - exorcise, 1977, to be included in the Kunstmuseum Bern exhibition The Weak Sex - How Art Pictures the New Male. Opening October 17, 2013 the show runs until February 9, 2014. Please visit www.kunstmuseumbern.ch for further information.

 

Henri Chopin in A Void: Henri Chopin, Guy de Cointet, & Channa Horwitz, exhibition at the Kunsthalle Dusseldorf - presaging our upcoming exhibition Poetry & Performance, which will feature Chopin's works alongside works by Ida Applebroog, Gina Pane and Carolee Schneemann.

Please visit www.kunsthalle-düsseldorf.de for further information.


15 May 2013

Roelof Louw's Park Lane (1968) to be included in the Fondazione Prada's exhibition "When Attitudes Become Form: Bern 1969/Venice 2013", curated by Germano Celant. Staged at Ca'Corner della Regina, Venice, 1 June to 3 November 2013, the exhibition is a remaking of Harald Szeemann's "Live in Your Head. When Attitudes Become Form" at the Bern Kunsthalle in 1969. Please visit www.prada.com/en/fondazione/cacorner#news.


11 April 2013

John McHale's Telemath (1958) and a monotype print by Magda Cordell on loan to the ICA, London, in the current exhibition The Independent Group: Parallel of Art & Life from 26 March to 9 June 2013.

 

2 April 2013

Richard Saltoun will be exhibiting at Art Brussels 18 - 21 April.

 

7 March 2013

Roelof Louw's Holland Park (1967) to be included in the Southbank Centre, Hayward Gallery, touring exhibition Uncommon Ground: Land Art in Britain 1966 - 1979 from March to September 2013.

 

15 February 2013

Special film evening of Carolee Schneemann's seminal films Fuses (1967) and Plumb Line (1971), with an introduction by Dr. Alison Green, as part of February Fitzrovia Lates (February 28th). 

 

17 December 2012

Roelof Louw's Pyramid (Soul City), 1967, to be included in two loan exhibitions:

 

23 March - 28 July 2013 at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, in the exhibition David Bowie Is

www.vam.ac.uk.

February - May 2014 (dates TBC) at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, in the exhibition The 5 Senses: See, Smell, Touch, Taste, Hear.

www.smoca.org.

 

10 October 2012

We are pleased to announce that Who's Holding the Baby? (1978-79) by Jo Spence (in collaboration with the Hackney Flashers) is currently on exhibition at the Museo Nacional Centro de Art, Reina Sofia.

www.museoreinasofia.es.