William Mackrell at Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
Drawing: The Beginning of Everything
July 8 – October 15, 2017
a la velocidad del sonido #10 by The Dallas Museum of Art.
9 – 12 February.
Melanie Lenz, Curator in Digital Art & Digital Programmes Manager at the Victoria & Albert Museum, and Ashlee Conery, Curator at the Florence Trust and member of FormContent.
Federica Tattoli on Fuit of the Forest.
Le Carré D’Art Contemporain, Nimes, FR
Art historian Thomas Frangenberg in conversation with artist Andrea Galvani regarding his solo exhibition’The Sun, a Gold Nugget and Seven Stairs’. The talk focuses on the intersection between art and sciencewithin Galvani’s artistic practice and discusses Galvani’s collaboration with physicists from Space and Atmospheric Physics at Imperial College London to stage an intervention on the opening of the exhibition.
As a closure event to the exhibition ‘Performed Painting’, Juan Cruz, Dean of Fine Art at the RCA, was in conversation with artist Rosana Antolí and art critic Sarah Kent. Framed within the intersections between performance and painting addressed in this group exhibition, the talk focused on Antolí’s artistic practice and Kent’s involvement in Antolí’s ‘Yves Klein Reply’ (2015), which was performed during the exhibition’s opening event.
Jo Melvin, Reader in Archives and Special Collections at University of the Arts London, was in conversation with American-British artist Jason File regarding his solo exhibition ‘An Ornament and a Safeguard‘. Examining the often fraught relationship between currency and art, Melvin and File discuss the alchemic power of the art market explored within the exhibition, often focusing on the intersection between art and law within File’s artistic practice.
Prior to the opening of The RYDER’s inaugural exhibition, ‘William Mackrell: Steam Horses‘, Jo Melvin, Reader in Archives and Special Collections at University of the Arts London, was in conversation with Mackrell to discuss the upcoming show and his artistic practice, which extends into video, photograph, sculpture and installation.