Frith Street Gallery

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  • Callum Innes: I’ll Close My Eyes

    Callum Innes: I’ll Close My Eyes

    I’ll Close My Eyes
    15 October 2016 – 26 February 2017
    Opening: Saturday 15 October, 3-5pm
    De Pont Museum, Tilburg, Netherlands

    Frith Street Gallery is delighted to announce a major solo exhibition of works by Callum Innes at De Pont Museum, Tilburg, NL.

    Innes’s paintings are created through a process of addition and subtraction, sometimes removing sections of paint from the surface of the canvas with turpentine to leave only the faintest traces of what was there before. Using this method of subtraction he has established his own vocabulary in the form of distinctive groups of paintings, which evolve concurrently. The works in the exhibition span the artist’s career from 1989 to the present day.

  • Tacita Dean: Espace Louis Vuitton München

    Tacita Dean: Espace Louis Vuitton München

    Tacita Dean
    14 October 2016 – 25 March 2017
    Espace Louis Vuitton München

    This solo exhibition brings together five major works from the Fondation Louis Vuitton collection to illustrate the great diversity of Tacita Dean’s oeuvre during the last decade, and is the second edition of the Fondation Louis Vuitton’s “Hors-les-murs” project in Munich. Conceived and produced under the artistic direction of the Fondation Louis Vuitton, the “Hors-les-murs” exhibition program introduces previously unseen artworks from its permanent collection to audiences of the Espaces culturels Louis Vuitton in Munich, Venice, Beijing, and Tokyo.

  • Dayanita Singh: Museum of Machines

    Dayanita Singh: Museum of Machines

    Museum of Machines: Photographs, Projections, Volumes
    12 October 2016 – 8 January 2017
    MAST (Manifattura di Arti, Sperimentazione e Tecnologia), Bologna

    The MAST Foundation in Bologna presents for the first time in Italy a major solo exhibition of works by Dayanita Singh, one of the most important figures in contemporary photography. Curated by Urs Stahel, the exhibition takes its name from the work Museum of Machines, a recent acquisition of Collection MAST. The exhibition features approximately 300 photographs divided into series – as well as Museum of Machines, it will feature Museum of Industrial Kitchen, Office Museum, Museum of Printing Press, Museum of Men, File Museum and some other works – which speak of work and production, life, its daily management, and its storage.

  • Thomas Schütte: United Enemies

    Thomas Schütte: United Enemies

    United Enemies
    8 October 2016 – 15 January 2017
    Moderna Museet, Stockholm

    This solo exhibition takes the artist’s sculptural works from the past two decades as a starting point. Schütte explores shifts of scale – juxtaposing the intimate and personal with the monumental. A colossal steel figure outside the museum entrance, Vater Staat (2010), observes visitors as they arrive. The key work in the exhibition – the monumental bronze sculptures United Enemies (2011) – originate in his small, sketchy figures with heads of modelling clay made nearly twenty years earlier.

  • Daphne Wright: Emotional Archaeology

    Daphne Wright: Emotional Archaeology

    Emotional Archaeology
    Arnolfini, Bristol
    30 September – 31 December 2016

    National Trust, Tyntesfield
    Until 20 November 2016

    In Conversation with Phyllida Barlow:
    Saturday 3 December, 11am

    Emotional Archaeology presents a number of key works spanning Daphne Wright’s career, and is the most comprehensive presentation of the artist’s work in the UK to date. Wright has been based in Bristol for nearly two decades, dividing her time between the city and Ireland. Often working from her studio at home, her practice draws on the suburban and the domestic realm to explore complex social issues and our understanding of society. The exhibition includes major sculptural works alongside films, prints, drawings and newly produced works, all of which invite the viewer to consider them on an emotional level.

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