6 November–8 December 2012
In 1934, Vézelay was invited to join the group Abstraction-Création, an association of artists formed in Paris in 1931 to advocate abstract art.
15–18 November 2012
Exhibiting: Cecilia Vicuña, Eduardo Kac, John Dugger and aruma (Sandra de Berduccy).
27 September–31 October 2012
Screen-related works by five artists: Tina Keane, Lutz Becker, Harald Smykla, David Hall and Michael Druks.
7–10 June 2012
England & Co’s stand at Pinta concentrates on works and archival material relating to Latin American art in London and Europe in the 1960s and 1970s.
13 April –26 May 2012
The title of this exhibition – the second in a series – comes from Gertude Stein’s account of her first flight in an airplane in the 1930s, when she described looking down at the earth and seeing ‘the wandering lines of Masson’.
28 October–23 November 2011
This installation by the Korean artist presents an imagined library furnished with bookcases, cabinets and globes, all recognisable as symbols of a place where knowledge resides.
20 July–2 August 2011
Alberto Duman (b. Italy 1966) and Harald Smykla (b. Germany 1961) have each been London-based for over two decades. This fleeting exhibition previews their recent individual activities.
10 June–9 July 2011
The artist’s three-dimensional collage-constructions replace ‘the cartographer’s logic with an absurd imaginative system.’
7 May–1 June 2011
This fifth solo exhibition features new cut paper constructions exploring notions of landscape. Other iconic works incorporate dissected books presented in bell jars or as totemic structures.
9 February–2 March 2011
Barbara and Zafer Baran’s exhibition includes a selection from two current photographic projects: Turner’s View and Star Drawings.
8–31 April 2011
The title of this exhibition comes from Gertude Stein’s account of her first flight in an airplane in the 1930s, when she described looking down at the earth and seeing ‘the wandering lines of Masson’.