Jack Bilbo at David Zwirner, London
4 September–4 October 2014
An exhibition of works by Jack Bilbo (1907–1967) presented by the David Zwirner gallery in London, organized in collaboration with England & Co/The Estate of Jack Bilbo. The exhibition includes a group of paintings by Bilbo, but is focused primarily on his ink drawings from the 1940s.
Vicuña, Dugger & Clark in ‘artevida’, Brazil
Gallery artists Cecilia Vicuña, John Dugger and Judy Clark are currently included in the major exhibition in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – artevida (artlife) – curated by Adriano Pedrosa and Rodrigo Moura. artevida is divided into four sections: Clark and Vicuña are represented in artevida (corpo) (body) at Casa Franco-Brasil; Dugger and Vicuña are represented in artevida (politica) (politics) at Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro. The exhibition examines the relationships between art and life in the late 1950s, ’60s ’70s, and early ’80s taking Brazilian, and particularly Rio de Janeiro, art practices from that period as a point of departure.
Chris Kenny’s Paradise at Pitzhanger Manor-House
26 April–11 May 2014
Chris Kenny’s exhibition examining notions of paradise – The Flowers that did in Eden Bloom – is to be held at PM Gallery & House, Pitzhanger Manor-House, Walpole Park in West London.
BFI screenings for Tina Keane & Jennifer Binnie
Artists for Democracy celebrated in Chile
15 January–30 March 2014
Cecilia Vicuña’s exhibition, Artists for Democracy: The Archive of Cecilia Vicuña is to be held at two venues in Santiago, Chile. The archive section will be on display at the Museo de la Memoria (MMDH) and the exhibition’s other section is to be held at the Museo de Bellas Artes (MNBA), where John Dugger’s huge banner Chile Vencera will be displayed in the grand 19th-century main exhibition hall as a major feature of this celebration of the mid-1970s organization formed to support democracy in Chile after the death of Allende, Artists for Democracy.
Harald Smykla: It’s About Time
1 November–21 December 2013
Harald Smykla is featured in It’s About Time at the ASC Gallery, London. Curated by Christina Niederberger and Paul Carey-Kent, the 14 international artists in this exhibition explore the nature of time and how different timescales can function simultaneously in an artwork.
New work by Tina Keane in the London Film Festival
Tina Keane’s new short film, Beauty in Motion, will be screened for the first time at the London Film Festival on 12 October in the programme Contained Movement.
Clay Perry’s portrait photographs of Mira Schendel
25 September 2013–19 January 2014
Clay Perry’s photographs of artist Mira Schendel in 1966 are featured in the catalogue and at the entrance to the exhibition Mira Schendel at Tate Modern.
Two gallery artists in The First Cut, Southampton
11 October 2013–12 January 2014
Chris Kenny and Georgia Russell are both included in the touring exhibition The First Cut which is now at The Pavilion in SeaCity Museum, Southampton. The exhibition tour began at Manchester City Art Galleries in October 2012, and features works by 30 international contemporary artists who radically rethink the possibilities of working with paper.
Chris Kenny: Telling Stories in Kent
27 September–15 November 2013
Chris Kenny is included in the first part of the exhibition Telling Stories at the Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery in Kent. Telling Stories considers the role of artist as storyteller and addresses ideas of communication and mis-communication.