David Murphy has been interviewed by IKEBANA projects Journal. The article, CUTTING SPACE WITH DAVID MURPHY’S SCULPTURES, is an insight to Murphy's artistic practice and his relationship to Ikebana; in particular Ikebana's influence on his new piece ‘Cut Shade (III)’, currently on display in the exhibition New Nature at PATERSON ZEVI, London.
Violet Dennison has been included in the group show, The Grid and the Curve, at JTT Gallery, New York, USA. The show will open on 30 June and will run until 29 July 2022.
Sofia Stevi has been included in the group show, The Sky above the Roof, at Tabula Rasa Gallery, Beijing, China. The show will open on 25 June and run until 14 August 2022.
Not Vital has been included in the group show, GODHEAD IDOLS IN TIMES OF CRISIS, at LUSTWARANDE Platform for Contemporary Sculpture, Tilburg, Netherlands. The show will open at 26 June and will run until 10 October 2022.
Atletika Gallery, Vilnius, will host the show, Tom Lovelace: Repetition Room, a solo exhibition by Tom Lovelace, presenting performance, photography and film work. The show will open on 1 July and will run until 30 July 2022.
Rade Petrasevic has been included in the group show, LOL, at ALBA Gallery, Vienna. The show will open on 9 June and will run until 29 July 2022.
Rade Petrasevic has been included in the group show, SUMMER OF LOVE 55, at Christine König Galerie, Vienna. The show will open on 9 June and will run until 30 July 2022.
Charlap Hyman & Herrero have been selected to be the scenic designers for the Opera Tristan und Isolde, at The Santa Fe Opera, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. The opera will be on view from 23 July until 23 August.
An interview between Esme Hodsoll and Julia Tarasyuk has been featured by the Garden Museum on their website. In the article NEW NATURE: DRAWING AN INSPIRATION FROM IKEBANA, Tarasyuk, curator of the New Nature exhibition, currently on view at PATERSON ZEVI, London, asks the artist about the importance of plants and flowers in her artistic practice and her relationship to Ikebana.
From 11 June until 24 July 2022, Hayward Gallery, London, will host the show Eduardo Paolozzi: General Dynamic F.U.N, showing 50 screenprints and photolithographs by the pioneer of Pop Art, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi.
Heidi Bucher has been included in the group exhibition, BALANCE, at Kunstmuseum Solothurn, Solothurn, Switzerland. The exhibition shows how artists in the years 1970 - 1990 turned to environmental problems, expanded their sense of responsibility and took a stand with their works. The exhibition is open from 15 May until 31 July and is curated by Museum Solothurn in collaboration with Marianne Burki.
Katy Stubbs has been interviewed in FAD magazine. In the article A CONVERSATION BETWEEN KATY STUBBS AND PHILLIP EDWARD SPRADLEY, written by Phillip Edward Spradley, the artist speaks about her artistic practice and the philosophy behind it.
Esme Hodsoll has been featured in Plus Magazine. The article, titled Shifting States, ESME HODSOLL likes to people-watch from her window and written by Emma Vecchione, is an insight into Hodsoll´s practise and her source of inspiration.
Alma Zevi and Olivia Paterson have been interviewed by IKEBANA Journal on Ikebana and art. The interview is an insight to their relationship with Ikebana art as well as about the exhibition New Nature, a group exhibition bringing together eleven international contemporary artists from Japan and around the world. The show will open on 10 June and run until 15 July.
David Murphy has been included in the group exhibition, In Landscape Mode, at Galerie ISA, Mumbai, India. The show will open on 9 June and run until 25 August 2022.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite has been included in the group exhibition, Por Muito Tempo Acreditei Ter Sonhado Que Era Livre, at Instituto Tomie Ohtake, São Paulo, Brazil. The show will open on 19 May and run until 17 July 2022
Heidi Bucher’s show Heidi Bucher. Metamorphoses I, at Kunstmuseum Bern has been featured in the article Die Befreiungskünstlerin in the German daily newspaper Welt. The article, written in German, traces her artistic career and provides insights into the exhibition, which is open on 8 May and run until 7 August.
Heidi Bucher’s works have been included in A Shell Like A Wrap She Like He, edited by Jennifer Piejko and published by Del Vaz Projects. Published on the occasion of the exhibition 'SHELL' at Del Vaz Projects, the text explores the works of Heidi Bucher, Olivia Erlanger & Nicola L.
Rade Petrasevic has been selected for the residency programme organised by Castello di San Basilio, Matera, Italy. The residency will end with a show opening on 20 August 2022.
Heidi Bucher's group show, SHELL, at the Del Vaz Project, Los Angeles, has been featured in Artforum. The article, titled Shell and written by Ashton Cooper, is an insight into the artistic practice of Heidi Bucher, Nicola L. and Olivia Erlanger.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite has been included in the group exhibition, Paulina Stasik, Mercedes Llanos, Juliana Cerqueira Leite, at Lyles & King, New York. The exhibition will open on 12 May and run until 25 June 2022.
Charlap Hyman & Herrero has been featured in Remodelista. The article, Shape Shifters: New Designs from Yali Glass in Venice, focuses on the new collaboration between Charlap Hyman & Herrero and Yali Glass in Venice, Italy.
Violet Dennison has been included in the group exhibition, In Practice: Literally means collapse, at SculptureCenter, New York. The show, curated by Camilla Palomino, features eleven artists' newly commissioned sculptures, installations, and video works. The exhibition will open on 12 May and run until 1 August 2022.
David Murphy has been included in the 6th Edition of Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer, Slough, United Kingdom. The exhibition features twenty artists' outdoor sculptures. The show will open on 14 May and run until 1 October 2022.
Tereza Cervenová has been included in the group exhibition As usual: rags, plates & Sheets, at Cusp, Hangzhou, China. The show explores the artistic practices of Tereza Cervenová, Sophie Tianxin Chen and Yang Yang. The show will open on 20 May and run until 20 July 2022.
Tom Lovelace has been featured in The Guardian. The article, Horse cults and explosive! Imagines inspired by islands - in pictures, is an insight into the works presented at Photo50 at the London Art Fair, 2022.
From April 14 to July 22, 2022, the exhibition space of the Società delle Api in Monaco will host song without an ending, a solo show by Sofia Stevi. The exhibition, curated by Cristiano Raimondi, will consist of several large paintings hung directly on the wall and made with cotton fabrics.
Tom Lovelace has been interviewed by XIBIT Contemporary Art Magazine. The article, Parallel lives of a photograph. In conversation with Francesca Marcaccio Hitzeman, is an insight into Lovelace's practice and recent works.
Tereza Cervenová has been interviewed by National Portrait Gallery. The article explores Cervenová's photographic practice and her sources of inspiration.
Tom Lovelace has been invited from Lunigiana Land Art to organise a site-specific workshop in Podenzana, Italy. Curated by Lovelace with Eleonora Agostini, the workshop is an open call to fifteen artists. 'A Home of Pictures' will take place from 8 to 10 April 2022.
Heidi Bucher's group show, SHELL, at Del Vaz Project, has been featured in PIN-UP. The article, SHELLS AND SKINS: THE BODY IS A HOME AT DEL VAZ PROJECTS, written by Samantha Ozer, is an insight into the exhibition and the artistic practices of Heidi Bucher, Olivia Erlanger and Nicola L.
Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda has been interviewed by Sotheby's Magazine. The interview, Meet The Living contemporary Curator: Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda, explores Brandolini d'Adda's artistic practice.
Kunstmuseum Magdeburg, Germany, will host a new John Smith's solo exhibition, Waldeinsamkeit. Films from the 21st century. The show will run until 6 June 2022.
From 8 April to 7 August 2022, Kunst Museum Bern will host the show Metamorphoses I, a comprehensive retrospective of the Swiss artist Heidi Bucher.
Tereza Cervenova has been included in the group show Survey II at Site Gallery in Sheffield. Established by Jerwood Arts in 2018, the show presents new commissions by ten artists from across the UK, providing a unique snapshot of current artistic concerns and approaches. The exhibition will run until 5 June 2022.
Eduardo Paolozzi has been included in the group show Postwar Modern. New Art in Britain 1945 - 1965, at Barbican Center, London. The show focuses on 48 artists and around 200 works of painting, sculpture, photography, collage and installation. The exhibition will run until 26 June 2022.
Katy Stubbs has been featured in The New York Times Style Magazine. The article, The Ceramists Ushering in a New Era Of Surrealism, explores the practice of surrealism and its influence on today's artists. The writer, Amanda Fortini, emphasises the link between Stubbs' humorous and ironic pieces and the unsettling imagery of the Surrealists.
Heidi Bucher's group show, SHELL at Del Vaz Project, has been featured in Frieze. The article, Top Shows to See During Frieze Week Los Angeles, lists the best exhibitions to see during Frieze Week in Los Angeles, 2022.
Heidi Bucher's group show, SHELL, has been featured in Los Angeles Times. The article, written by Christina Catherine Martinez, is an insight into the exhibition's opening at Del Vaz Projects.
Turner Contemporary will host the first major solo exhibition of the artist Larry Achiampong. The show will include the newly commissioned feature-length film WayFinder (2022). The film is Achiampong’s most ambitious project to date, builds a dialogue about class and economic exclusion, belonging and displacement, cultural heritage and the meaning of home. The exhibition will open on 12 March and run until 13 June 2022.
Tom Lovelace's new performance, a Japanese dream, will take place outside the Van Gogh House in London on 26th February 2022. The performance explores Van Gogh's studies of landscape, plants and, in particular, the life of Irises. The performance coincides with the artist's site-specific installation currently on display at The Eye Sees in Arles.
Heidi Bucher has been included in the group exhibition, SHELL, at Del Vaz Projects, Santa Monica, Los Angeles. The curatorial project explores the artistic practices of Heidi Bucher, Olivia Erlanger and Nicola L. The show will open on 16 February and run until 14 April 2022. The exhibition will be followed by the publication of a new book edited by Jennifer Piejko, designed by Benjamin Schwartz, and with essays by Philomena Epps & Jay Ezra Nayssan.
On the occasion of the retrospective “Heidi Bucher. Metamorphoses”, Haus Der Kunst and The Estate of Heidi Bucher held a full-day digital symposium on the life work of Heidi Bucher. The symposium includes 'Music for Bodyshells' by Nik Bärtsch, an interview with the artist’s sons, a screening of archival films, some of which has never been shown before, as well as three-panel discussions with international scholars and curators. You can watch the symposium here.
Tom Lovelace's new installation, a Japanese dream, is on view at The Eye Sees in Arles, France. The site-specific project responded to Van Gogh's studies of landscape, plants and, in particular, the life of Irises. The installation, developed throughout 2021, will be on display until 25 February 2022.
Adam Charlap Hyman has been featured on Architectural Digest. The article "AD100 Designer Adam Charlap Hyman Transformed his New York City Home Into a Whimsical Wonderland" takes the reader inside Charlap Hyman's fabulous New York flat.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite has been included in the group exhibition, Mouthed Echoes, at Lyles & King, New York. The show explores the borders of life and death and the visions of what comes after. The exhibition will run until 5 February 2022.
Museum of Old and New Art presents Prototypes of Speculative Engineering, a solo exhibition of works by James Capper. The show, curated by Emma Pike and Jarrod Rawlins, will run until 22 May 2022.
Tom Lovelace will perform Bathers at the National Gallery, London. "Bathers at the National Gallery" continues Lovelace's affinity with Seurat's painting, which began at Sid Motion Gallery, London, in 2021. The performance will take place on 21 January 2022.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite has been included in the group exhibition, La vista y el tacto, at the Centro Federico García Lorca in Granada, Spain. The show curated by Francisco Ramallo will run until February 13, 2022.
Charlap Hyman & Herrero have been mentioned on the AD100 list of the best design, furniture and architecture talents from the United States and around the world.
Tom Lovelace will present his new book Bathers at The Photographers' Gallery. The event will take place on 19 November, 6.00-8.00 pm. Tom Lovelace's photographs will be accompanied by a new text by the curator and historian Rodrigo Orrantia.
Esme Hodsoll has been interviewed by OFFICIEL ART UK. The interview, Into the world of Esme Hodsoll, explores Hodsoll's artistic practice and her sources of inspiration.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite has been included in the group exhibition, Pour um sopro de furia e esperança, at the Brazilian Museum of Sculpture and Ecology in São Paulo. The show curated by Galciani Neves and Natalie Unterstell will run until January 30, 2022.
Not Vital and Alma Zevi have been interviewed by Quincy Childs for AO Art Observed, about the exhibition snow & water & ice at ALMA ZEVI Venice. The interview traces Not Vital’s artistic practice, from his first experiments with his brother in Switzerland to his most recent works.
Esme Hodsoll has been interviewed by Irene Machetti for FAD-Magazine, about her solo exhibition "Air du Temps" at ALMA ZEVI Venice. The interview is an insight into Hodsoll's painting process and her relationship between life and art.
Charlap Hyman & Herrero have been mentioned in the New York Magazine. In the article, Wendy Goodman interviews Alia Williams, curator of 'Clay Pop', a group exhibition designed by Charlap Hyman & Herrero in collaboration with Jeffrey Deitch, New York. 'Clay Pop' documents the reinvention of ceramic sculpture by a new generation of artists and it is open until October 30.
Tereza Cervenová has been featured on The Wall Street International. In her exhibition review, The simplicity of life: A nomination to resurface and survey… II, Gülnaz Can defines Cervenová’s latest series as “attentive and part of a process of love”. The project titled With and For is currently on view as part of Survey II, the second edition of a touring exhibition highlighting early-career artists, led by Jerwood Arts.
Tom Lovelace has been included in Known and Strange: Photographs from the Collection, a photographic display at the Victoria and Albert Museum, opening the 6 November 2021.
Charlap Hyman & Herrero, have been included in the group exhibition, Built In, at Neutra VDL House. The show curated by Erik Benjamins and Marta Gallery, includes the works of 32 artists, designers, architects, and creative practitioners.
David Murphy unveils Long Ending for Oxford House (2019 - 2021), a new permanent commission by Modus Operandi, Great Portland Estates and ORMS Architects, now on permanent display on Oxford Street, London.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite has been included in the group exhibition, That Surface in Which We Are, at The Catskills Gallery in New York. The show will take place from October 3 to 31, 2021
Air du Temps, the first solo show of the young British artist Esme Hodsoll, has been featured on L’Officiel UK. The exhibition is on view at ALMA ZEVI Venice until November 6, 2021.
Katy Stubbs has been selected for The Great Women Artist residency programme organized by Palazzo Monti Brescia. The residency will end with a show opening on November 20, 2021.
David Murphy has been included in a group show opening at Sixty Six London in London, on October 6, 2021. The exhibition showcases British and South African artists and is open only by appointment.
Katy Stubbs' work has been included in the group show Cracked at Tristan Hoare, London. The exhibition gathers hand-moulded ceramics made without the use of a wheel, and will run until October 29, 2021.
Bijoy Jain/Studio Mumbai new design objects made in collaboration with Hermès for this year home collection at Salone del Mobile 2021 have been featured in the Financial Times.
Not Vital’s global project SCARCH has been featured on AD Italy. Not Vital coined the term SCARCH in 2009, to define the fusion between “architecture” and “sculpture”. The text written by Paolo Abate can be read here.
Architectural Disgest published a highlight of Bijoy Jain's new armchair and a table made in collaboration with Hermès for their home collection presented at Salone del Mobile 2021 in Milan. The article offers an insight into the Indian architect's practice and the technique used to make these unique objects. It can be read HERE.
The architecture and design firm, Charlap Hyman & Herrero, collaborated with Jeffrey Deitch, New York, to design the group exhibition Clay Pop curated by Alia Williams. Clay Pop documents the reinvention of ceramic sculpture by a new generation of artists and is open until October 30.
Bijoy Jain/Studio Mumbai new design objects were unveiled at Salone del Mobile 2021 as part of Hermès’ new home collection. The display, an immersive installation at La Pelota in Milan, explored the language of materials. Wallpaper unveils the display in their recent article that can be accessed HERE.
Studio Mumbai new collaboration with Hermès for this year home collection at Salone del Mobile 2021 in Milan has been featured in Living Corriere with an article by Paola Menaldo. The text in Italian is available HERE.
Not Vital's first show at ALMA ZEVI Venice, snow & water & ice, has been featured on Architectural Digest. The exhibition has been included in Sophia Herring and Allie Weiss' biweekly roundup.
Katy Stubbs has been selected for Fresh, one of the flagship exhibitions of the British Ceramics Biennial festival, which takes place in Stoke-on-Trent from 11 September to 17 October. Fresh brings critical attention to artists from the UK and Ireland, and celebrates their personal journeys in clay, which cross cultures, continents and forms of expression.
Haus der Kunst in Munich, Germany will present over 100 works by Heidi Bucher in the exhibition Heidi Bucher. Metamorphoses. The comprehensive presentation will open in September 2021 and will run until January 2022.
Tereza Cervenova has been included in the group show Survey II opening at Jerwood Space in London, ahead of Frieze Week. Established by Jerwood Arts in 2018, Survey II is the second edition of a group exhibition that presents new work from some of the most outstanding artists in the first stages of their careers in the UK.
Sofia Stevi has been interviewed by Irene Machetti on FAD-Magazine, about her solo exhibition "The Somnambulists" at ALMA ZEVI Venice. The interview is an insight into Hodsoll's artistic practice and some recent existential revelations.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite will be included in the group exhibition Her Kind at Sargent's Daughters Gallery in New York. Her Kind is a sculpture exhibition gathering eight artists who work in diverse mediums. The show will be on view from July 29 through August 28, 2021.
Dezeen has recently published the Therme Art's Venice panel discussion. Held during the Venice Architecture Biennale, the talk gathered important guests such as Not Vital, Maja Hoffman, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Sissel Tolaas and Joseph Grima, among others, to reflect, from different perspectives, on how creatives can be environmental activists. In his intervention, Vital talked about his project House to Watch the Sunset.
Katy Stubbs' work has been included in the exhibition Welcome To My World: ceramics with narrative at Burton at Bideford Art Gallery and Museum. The show brings together the work of contemporary artists addressing cultural, social and political issues through the medium of clay, and will run until October 6, 2021.
Alma Zevi has been interviewed by Rahul Kumar, STIRworld, about the exhibition Luisa Lambri and Bijoy Jain / Studio Mumbai. The interview highlights the dialogue created not only between the two artists, but also between their show and the greater context of Venice.
Sofia Stevi has been interviewed by Teresa Hantke, Gallerytalk.net, about her paintings from the series Bodily Form on display in The Somnambulists at ALMA ZEVI Venice (until July 31, 2021). The interview explores Stevi's signature technique and the fragility present in human bodies. The text can be read in both German and English and is available HERE.
Sofia Stevi: The Somnambulists solo exhibition at ALMA ZEVI Venice has been featured on Und. Athens with a text by Kiriakos Spirou. Founded in 2017, Und. Athens is a contemporary art-publishing platform based in Athens, Greece.
Tereza Cervenová has been featured on the British Journal of Photography. In his review, Isaac Huxtable defines Cervenová’s latest series as “a journey of entanglement and self-discovery”. The project titled With and For is currently on view at the gallery space Gg39 in Cardiff, as part of Survey II, the second edition of a touring exhibition highlighting early-career artists, led by Jerwood Arts.
The architecture and design firm, Charlap Hyman & Herrero, collaborated with Camille Henrot's solo exhibition Mother Tongue at Kestner Gesellschaft art association in Hanover, Germany. They created a whirl of scrolls on the walls and floor - some blank and some with the titles of the works they are drifting nearest to - with artist Pilar Almon. The exhibition is open until August 8, and some installation images can be seen on Instagram at this link.
Our current exhibition of Luisa Lambri and Bijoy Jain / Studio Mumbai has been mentioned in the July paper issue of The Critic magazine. In her overview of the Architecture Biennale, Lisa Hilton describes the exhibition at ALMA ZEVI as a “delicate, subtle collaboration”. The July issue can be purchased here.
On June 28, 2021, the American painter Charlie Masson participates in I CAN SEE YOUR HOUSE FROM HERE, a group exhibition at Haus N Athens, an exhibition space for the Athenian art scene started by the German art collectors Kiel Gunda and Peter Niemann.
The exhibition of Luisa Lambri and Bijoy Jain / Studio Mumbai has been reviewed on ATP Diary by Veronica Pillon. The text in Italian can be found here.
Marcantonio Brandolini d’Adda has been included in the program of the international conference organized in conjunction with the exhibition The Glass Ark. Animals in the Pierre Rosenberg Collection at Le Stanze del Vetro, Venice. The conference is scheduled for Monday, June 28, at 2.30 pm, and will be live-streamed on the Giorgio Cini Foundation YouTube channel.
The exhibition of Luisa Lambri and Bijoy Jain / Studio Mumbai has been mentioned on the Architect Magazine. In his overview of the Architecture Biennale, Ian Volner describes the exhibition at ALMA ZEVI as “a tiny, stunning jewel box of a show”.
Not Vital has been featured on Neue Zurcher Zeitung in an interview where memories of youth and personal opinions on the film "Not Me - A Journey with Not Vital" alternate with deep reflections on the role of art in the time of pandemic.
From June 9 to July 17, Theta will host Violet Dennison’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. The show features a group of four new translucent woven works and a light-based installation.
Pia Capelli's selection of the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale on Artforum featured the exhibition of Luisa Lambri and Bijoy Jain / Studio Mumbai among the exhibitions to see in Venice.
The exhibition of Luisa Lambri and Bijoy Jain / Studio Mumbai has been included in Domus' Art and design in Venice during the Architecture Biennale among the suggestions on what to see in Venice during the Biennale this year.
Katy Stubbs has been selected for the London Every Woman Biennial. The 2021 biennial theme is My Love is Your Love. The salon exhibition is curated by Eddy Grattan-Bellew and Ruby Streek and will be hosted by Copeland Gallery, from July 2 until July 9, 2021.
Not Vital has been featured on Wallpaper* in a captivating conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist in which the artist describes his youth in the bucolic Engadin Valley, his performative self-portraiture, and the freedom of not being an architect.
The documentary NOT ME - A Journey with Not Vital will be screened in Switzerland. Presented for the first time at the Zurich Film Festival in 2020, Pascal Hofmann's film essay opens an intriguing insight into Not Vital’s life and creativity.
Frieze has featured Tom Lovelace’s show at Sid Motion Gallery among the exhibitions to see in South London during the Gallery Weekend. The exhibition will run from 4 to 12 June.
Rubbish! magazine have just released a short film highlighting the work of Katy Stubbs.
The Financial Times - How to Spend It has recently published A visit from the lagoon squad: can biodiversity save Venice?, an inspection on Venice, its lagoon and ecosystem. The article, written by Maria Schollenbarger, focuses on Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda and Jane da Mosto, as well as their activities in the city with Laguna B and We are here Venice.
Tom Lovelace’s work has been included in Look At This If You Love Great Photography: A critical curation of 100 essential photos edited by Gemma Padley, featuring 100 of the best photographs ever captured on camera.
From 22 May to 21 November 2021, the Abbey of San Giorgio Maggiore will host the exhibition Not Vital. Scarch, organized by the Benedicti Claustra Onlus as a collateral event of the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale.
Heidi Bucher's work Psychiatrische Anstalt in Kreuzlingen - Sanatorium Bellevue Fenstertüre has been included in the exhibition Ellis Island curated by Eloi Boucher in collaboration with the Jewish Museum of Belgium. The exhibition will run until 29 August 2021.
Katy Stubbs has been included in the group show Selfhood, Berntson Bhattacharjee inaugural London exhibition. The exhibition will be open from 19 to 23 May 2021.
Simone Carraro has been included in the group show Preferirei di no. Lo spazio utopico della rappresentazione organized by Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa. The exhibition opens on 7 May at Galleria di Piazza San Marco and will run until 10 June 2021.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite will be included in the online exhibition The Last Museum curated by Nadim Samman. The project is hosted by KW Institute for Contemporary Art from 30 April to 6 June 2021 and will tour as a ‘pop-up exhibition’ on partner institutions' websites.
Rade Petrasevic has been commissioned to create a large-scale mural that covers the front glass facade of Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz. The piece is titled What If I Never Find Out Who’s a Good Boy and will be on view from 16 April to 6 June 2021.
Simone Carraro's exhibition in Bologna has been included in the programme of ART CITY Bologna 2021. The project takes place in three different spaces: Cavaticcio Park, Opificio delle Acque and Officina Artierranti. The installations at Cavaticcio Park and Officina Antierranti will be on view until 9 May, while the solo show at Opificio delle Acque has been extended until 16 May 2021.
ALMA ZEVI gallery has been featured on Wallpaper as part of 'An art and design walking tour of Venice' selection by MAY Venice.
Katy Stubbs work is presented in The Good Book a new digital publication where artworks are presented alongside essays and other short features. The first issue is a celebration of ceramics, ceramicists and, more broadly, creativity.
Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda will be included in the forthcoming exhibition The Glass Ark. Animals in the Pierre Rosenberg Collection curated by Giordana Naccari and Cristina Beltrami at Le Stanze del Vetro. The exhibition opens on 26 April and will run until 1 August 2021.
Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda will be included in the forthcoming exhibition VITREA: Vetro italiano contemporaneo d’autore curated by Jean Blanchaert at Triennale Milano. The exhibition opens on 5 May and will run until 22 August 2021.
Adam Charlap Hyman indicated ALMA ZEVI as a gallery go-to for sourcing Art and Design in the piece Insider Art by Kate Mcgregor, on March 2021 Elle Decor USA Art Issue.
Between Together and Afar (White #1), 2009 by Christopher P. Green has been featured by The Art Gorgeous as one of Ten Artworks Inspired By Bittersweet Poetry.
Charlie Masson has been featured by Galleria Alessandra Bonomo as a new project exhibition on their website.
Charlap Hyman & Herrero have been featured on Architectural Digest with article Inside an Eclectic Los Angeles Wonderland Home designed by AD100 Firm Charlap Hyman & Herrero.
A selection of sculptures and drawings by Not Vital will be on show at Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Austria for the artist's new solo exhibition IR. The show opens on 8 December 2020 and will be on display through to June 2021.
Charlap Hyman & Herrero collaborate across disciplines with Tina Kim Gallery to transform the gallery space for Davide Balliano's solo exhibition. The show is on view from 6 March to 17 April 2021.
Rade Petrasevic has been interviewed on Jungbleiben about his practice and views on the artworld. The article in German can be found here.
David Murphy's artwork X (thirty-first) has been featured on House and Garden's Insider | Art section.
Adam Charlap Hyman has written the piece Fantasies of the Folly for L'Officiel USA. The text is accompanied by four new watercolours made by the artist.
Tom Lovelace has been interviewed by Leila Antakly for her website Ninu Nina. The text can be found here.
Katy Stubbs and Alma Zevi have been featured on the first issue of Insight, Venice-based magazine with a focus on art, architecture, design and craftmanship.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite solo exhibition at TJ Boulting opening the 5th of October
Christopher Green is particpating in the group exhibition Testing: 2019 'Optical Radiation' at Unit 3, London from the 4 - 18th of May, 2019.
John Smith, Films in Sheep's Clothing reviewed in this is tomorrow by Olivia Patersons
Juliana Cerqueira Leite solo show at Radiator gallery (date to be confirmed)
Tom Lovelace at Aarhus 17, European Capital of Culture, opening 12th October 2017
Group exhibition On the heights featuring the works of Tom Lovelace and Miriam Austin among others at Yorkshire Sculpture park opening 28th October 2017
Juliana Cerqueira Leite's solo show The Swamp of Forever. Chapter 4: Origin curated by Carlos Fernández-Pello at Nogueras Blanchard, Madrid. The exhibition opens on Saturday 6 February 2021 and is on view until Tuesday 3 April 2021.
The exhibitions The Portrait in Focus and Radica corta, albero brullo on view at ALMA ZEVI Venice from 28 January to 12 March have been featured on Zero.
The exhibition Frank Auerbach: Selected Works, 1978-2016 on view at Luhring Augustine, New York has been featured on The New York Times. The show includes paintings and drawings made across four decades and is open until 20 February 2021.
Tom Lovelace curates the group exhibition Performing Dawns, opening at Hoxton Gallery in London on January 1 2021. The show features works by 11 artists and will consist of an experimental digital display accessible from afar.
Rade Petrasevic's ceramic work I CANT REMEMBER - I WAS DRUNK (76) has been included in the group exhibition ZU VERSCHENKEN in Vienna. The show, curated by Ines Kaufmann and Valentina Schandl, features ten other artists on the subject of art and utility.
The Portrait in Focus has been featured by the Gallery Girl newsletter as one of 3 shows to see in February.
Alma Zevi has been featured on Italian newspaper Il Foglio for the series of interviews with Italian gallerists L'Arte Contemporanea Dopo La Crisi; Anno Nuovo, La Voce Dei Galleristi. The piece ran on the printed newspaper on 29/12/2020.
David Murphy's work is on show at Always Winter, online viewing room at Brook Benington open until February 2021.
Selected works from L.I.E., a unique collection of independent arts publications curated by Christopher P. Green, is on show at Auction House Art in Redruth, Cornwall, UK.
SALOTTO at Alma Zevi Venice has been featured by Gallery Talk on Instagram.
Site specific installation by Rade Petrasevic was included in the group show NOT SAFE FOR WORK curated by Benedikt Seerieder for KubaParis in Karlsruhe. Petrasevic's mural was shown together with works by Nicholas Grafia and Miko?aj Sobjczak.
W Magazine has featured Adam Charlap Hyman photographed by Nicholas Calcott on W VOLUME FOUR 2020, THE NEW ORIGINALS ISSUE.
Christopher P. Green has been featured on Art Licks, where he speaks with curator Holly Willats of his piece Like a dinner party, I’ll be in the kitchen included in the exhibition On Board II in 2019.
ALMA ZEVI Gallery and Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda's glass sculpture have both been mentioned in Isabel Ettedgui's interview on the London List.
Charlap Hyman & Herrero's new project for Vitra has been featured on Design Milk. The New York and Los Angeles based designer duo have redesigned the VitraHaus loft in Weil am Rhein in Germany, taking insipiration from art, films, characters and books.
Galerie Magazine has featured Charlap Hyman & Herrero's design project for Vitra. The New York and Los Angeles-based interior architects have created their own film-inspired dream house at VitraHaus in Germany to celebrate its tenth anniversary.
Echo Gone Wrong, an international contemporary art daily on-line, recently posted an interview with Tom Lovelace, Evy Jokhova and Ode de Kort. In the interview the artists discuss about their exhibition On Photographic Beings, which is part of the Riga Photography Biennial 2020. The show will be on view until November 8, 2020 at the Latvian National Museum of Art, Riga.
MAY Venice has featured Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda in conversation with Jane Da Mosto on the Venetian ecosystem.
Alma Zevi and Aurora Fonda from A plus A gallery have been interviewed by MAY, a communication agency in Venice. In the interview the gallerists discuss about the future of Venice and the situation of Contemporary Art in the Lagoon.
Tom Lovelace will exhibit his work at the Latvian National Museom of Art, Riga this October (2020). The exhibition On Photographic Beings investigates the various facets of the object-image relationship and looks into the very possibilities of photography.
Tom Lovelace's new site specific exhibition MIRROR MIRROR at Atelier NOUA, Norway has opened 4 September 2020. Lovelace's installation will present an exploration into performance, collaboration and mimicry.
Alma Zevi and Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda have both spoken with Maria Shollenbarger from Wish, The Australian newspaper's luxury lifestyle magazine, about the variety of cultural initiatives in Venice. Moreover, they discussed the urgency to rethink tourism, business and traditions in more sustainable ways for the city and future generations of creatives.
London Independent Photography’s online exhibition "LIP Chronicles: Life Under Lockdown" includes a programme of weekly Zoom talks: the first will take place on 6 November with 'A Brexit Conversation'. Emma Mowat will host the evening with artists: Tereza Cervenová, Uta Kögelsberger and Natalia González Acosta. For further information, see the event website.
Violet Dennison's work Pipe Re-Route (2017) has been included in a group exhibition at Simian, a space for experimental contemporary art in Copenhagen. The show titled Some of the Holes seeks to draw coordinates between architecture, nature, body, mind and art and presents a selection of artists working in an array of media from handcrafted and readymade to painting, drawing and text. The works will be on display until 17 October 2020.
The Venice Show at ALMA ZEVI Venice has been reviewed by Veronica Pillon on Zero. The group exhibition celebrating Venice and its artistic potential will be on view until 31 October 2020.
Il Corriere della Sera Living has mentioned ALMA ZEVI Gallery's new exhibition The Venice Show with Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda's glass scultpures among the events of the 2020 Venice Glass Week (5-13 September).
The new ALMA ZEVI exhibition The Venice show opening Friday 28 August 2020 has been featured on My Art Guides. For the occasion ALMA ZEVI has doubled its size by extending the show into the nearby gallery space of Salizzada Malipiero, San Marco 3208.
The Venice show, currently on view at ALMA ZEVI Venice until 31 October 2020 has been featured on ArtsLife. The article written by Eleonora Savorelli can be found here.
Violet Dennison has been interviewed by Laura Baffi from The Blank Contemporary Art platform. In the interview the artist discusses about her artistic research and her work Dance Dance Revolution, 2019.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite wrote "Resilient Objects: Surviving the Collapse of the Institution", an article about the Brazilian National Museum fire of 2018 for the Brooklyn Rail.
Artribune has featured Not Vital latest site-specific installation "Tuor per Susch" commissioned by Muzeum Susch, Switzelrand.
Rade Petrasevic has been featured on Vice as one of the most talented Viennese artists to watch. Ema Kaiser-Brandstätter's from Parallel Vienna made the selection and curated the series.
Lorenzo Durantini, a curator and writer, wrote a piece on Tom Lovelace's photogram "Untitled Red, No.03" for the features On My Mind on Foam Magazine. The full article can be found here.
Tom Lovelace has been interviewed by 1000 Words, an online contemporary photography magazine, for their features "Curator Conversations".
Alma Zevi has discussed with The Art Gorgeous the perks of working in the art world. The full article can be found here.
1883 Arts Editor has interviewed Dr Ziba Ardalan, the founder of Parasol Unit London, to discuss about his decision to close the gallery space in Hackney. In the interview, Dr. Ziba Ardalan retraces Parasol Unit most ambitious exhibitions that boosted the career of many international artists, amongst which Heidi Bucher.
The Hong Kong Tatler has listed the exhibition Be/longing at Lehmann Maupin, Hong Kong that showcases Heidi Bucher in their feature "10 Hong Kong Art Exhibitions to See in July".
Katy Stubbs has spoken with My Art Guides platform about her time spent in isolation for their editorial initiative "A Room with a View".
Christopher P. Green has been interviewed by FAD Magazine for their features 10 Questions from Isolation. The artist speaks with Irene Machetti about how the crisis impacted his work and the art world in general.
FAD Magazine posted an interview with Tereza Cervenova for their features 10 Questions from Isolation in which the artist discusses about her projects and how the pandemic crisis impacted her work.
El Nuevo Herald has listed the most important Latin American galleries virtually participating at Art Basel Switerzland 2020. The newspaper has included in the list the online exhibition "Organic Structure" / "Estructuras Orgánicas" at Mendes Wood DM (BR) which included Heidi Bucher's works.
Tom Lovelace will participate in group show, Secondo Tempo, at NContemporary, Milan. The exhibition will be open from 24 June - 5 September, more information on the show can be found here.
Christopher P. Green's group exhibition at Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art, O Sole Mio, can now be viewed online using this link. Included in this show are works from Green's recent residency at ALMA ZEVI Celerina in December 2019. The exhibition's accompanying digital publication can be found here.
Bijoy Jain of Studio Mumbai has been featured in PIN-UP magazine. In the interview, Jain speaks about his biography, inspirations, and practice. The interview can be found here.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite's artist book A Potential Space (2016) has been included in the group show "Birth Culture: Giving Birth and Being Born" at the Frauenmuseum in Hittisau, Austria. The show curated by Stefania Pitscheider Soraperra celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Women's Museum and opened July 5, 2020.
Rade Petrasevic is one of the artists participating at KISS. The project presents a series of artistic contribution commissioned by Kunsthalle Wein where the artists are invited to realize works for different urban spaces that reduce the distance between contemporary art practices and the public. KISS runs throughout July, August and September 2020.
Rade will create a large-scale wall covering that will be on view at Gürtelfrische West (junction of Felberstraße and Stollgasse), 1150 Vienna, from August 8 until August 31, 2020.
Rade Petrasevic is included in Christine König Galerie's online group exhibition Me, Myself and I. Petrasevic's work appears alongside those of Ai Weiwei, Marc Chagall, Ovidiu Anton amongst others. The exhibition is on view from 16 April - 31 August 2020.
The Design Edit has recently featured Common Thread, the group show at the New Art Centre, Roche Court meant to open in March 2020. The show includes works by Jodie Carey, Mark Corfield-Moore, Ayan Farah, Forest + Found, David Murphy, Isobel Napier, Amy Revier, Sophie Rowley, Katharine Swailes, and works from the GRAY MCA collection, and will be on view from 1 June until 29 August 2020.
Rade Petrasevic and Pierre Klossowski will be opening a show at Christine König Galerie, Vienna. The exhibition Eros + Beelzebub will open 5 June and will be on view until 1 August, 2020.
W Magazine recently posted an interview with Katy Stubbs in which the artist discusses about her inspirations, her work during isolation and the exhibition at ALMA ZEVI Venice, which is postponed until later this year.
Achinect news has featured Charlap Hyman & Herrero's project for their small concrete villa above the hills of Los Angeles, that is currently under construction.
FAD Magazine has interviewed Alma Zevi for their features 10 Questions from Isolation. Alma speaks with Irene Machetti about her online initiatives, future projects and the future of the art market.
Tereza Cervenova has been featured on Futures Photography, a digital platform focused on European emerging artists that work with contemporary photography. The interview can be found here.
Katy Stubbs has been interviewed by gallerytalk.net on her residency in Venice and her fascination with food and mythology. The article features works of her solo show Price Choppers at ALMA ZEVI that has been postponed until further notice due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Alma Zevi has been interviewed by Il Giornale dell’Arte on how the Venice gallery is facing the Covid-19 crisis and about the future exhibitions as part of the newspaper's "Gallerie Non Stop" features by Veronica Rodenigo.
ALMA ZEVI and Violet Dennison were featured in A Little Bird's round-up of best virtual exhibitions. The article can be accessed here.
Violet Dennison's new group show, "Focus Group II: Paratexts,” an online exhibition with Von Ammon Co., has been reviewed in the Washington Post. The article can be found here.
FAD magazine has featured ALMA ZEVI among the online initiatives during the Covid-19 crisis, selected for the article How are Creatives Reacting to the Pandemic? by Irene Machetti.
Tom Lovelace's "A Corner from Home" is online on A Corner With.
A Corner of Home collects photographic studies and new works made by artists in their immediate environments.
The Dancer and the Shadow by Tom Lovelace launched this week by MEP, and was made in recent weeks. The performance video is "inspired by Tom Lovelace's meeting with a stranger who had begun dancing alone nightly in a London park. Unable to attend dance class due to the confinement, the man briefly escapes the tedium of daily life by dancing with his own shadow. In his studio, Tom Lovelace stages an imaginary waltz with this stranger, poetically combining image and movement."
The Dancer and the Shadow can be viewed on MEPs Instagram, found here.
TRI-STILL LIFE, the project founded by TRIDIC, and includes Tom Lovelace's work, has been featured in Soho House's article, "Through a series of still-life artworks, member-founded creative house TRIADIC tells the story of life in lockdown". The story includes an interview with the co-founders, Lizzie Edelman, Mafalda Millies and Roya Sachs, and can be found here.
Esme Hodsoll's interview, 5 Questions in Isolation, was recently published in the Royal Academy Newsletter. In the interview, Hodsoll spoke about her work and practice, her routine in isolation, and her response to the most recent exhibition she visited at the Royal Academy, Lucien Freud: The Self-portraits.
Tom Lovelace has been selected to participate in Triadic's Still Life Project, where he contributed Still Life With Figure. Lovelace is one of a hundred artists selected to participate in Triadic's project, alongside Shirin Neshat, Anna Weyant, the Campana brothers, and others. The Triadic project can be followed on their Instagram page, found here.
Architect and designer Adam Charlap Hyman and artist Rade Petrasevic are featured on Vogue as part of Tri-Still Life, an online series of still-life pictures from a variety of artists by TRIADIC.
The show Juliana Cerqueira Leite: Convergence, currently at ALMA ZEVI Venice, has been reviewed by Veronica Pillon on ATP diary.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite: Convergence is reviewed on Artribune, in a piece written by Fauto Politino. Read the article here.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite: Convergence has been featured in the 42nd Issue of the Courtauld News, the annual publication by the Institute. Written by Irene Machetti, the article can be found using this link, on pages 62-65.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite: Convergence is featured and reviewed in NERO magazine. Written by Sofia Gotti, "Between Archaeology and Space Exploration can be found here.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite and Zoë Claire Miller's PhotoGyne Garden is featured on the cover and in the pages of Umbigo Magazine's 71st issue. More details and issue purchases can be found on Umbigo's website.
The interview that Alma Zevi conducted on the occasion of Frank Auerbach's exhibition at ALMA ZEVI Venice (2019), is now accompanying The Artful Line exhibition at the Harris Museum, Preston. The show is on view online until 31 May, 2020.
Il Corriere della Sera Living has featured Charlap Hyman & Herrero's collaboration with Calico Wallpaper in their Issue no.5. Their collection of wallcovering is part of Walden, an exhibition sets inside the Austian castle Schloss Hollenegg that is on view online until 31 May, 2020.
The New York Times Style Magazine has listed the digital design exhibition Walden at Schloss Hollenegg that features Charlap Hyman & Herrero's collaboration with Calico Wallpaper in their T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week. The exhibition is on view online until 31 May, 2020.
Remodelista has featured Charlap Hyman & Herrero's collaboration with Calico Wallpaper on their site. The collection of wallcovering has been installed at Schloss Hollenegg as part of Walden, an exhibition curated by Alice Liechtenstein that is on view online until 31 May, 2020.
Architectural Digest AD PRO has featured Charlap Hyman & Herrero's collaboration with Calico Wallpaper for Walden, a new digital design exhibition curated by Alice Liechtenstein at Schloss Hollenegg that opened online Saturday 9 May and runs until 31 May, 2020.
Wallpaper Magazine has reviewed Walden, a digital design exhibition sets inside the Austrian castle Schloss Hollenegg curated by Alice Liechtenstein that features Charlap Hayman & Herrero's collaboration with Calico Wallpaper. The exhibition is on view online until 31 May, 2020
Katy Stubbs has been included in The Art Gorgeous' feature, "The Art World Has a New Hobby. Cooking!" The article can be accessed using this link.
On 24 April 2020 Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda took over the Phillips Instagram and offered an inside look into his studio and artistic practice. Part of the Phillips House Calls series, Brandolini d'Adda's take over was accompanied by an interview with Phillips, found here.
Tom Lovelace has been working as guest editor for forthcoming Art Licks Issue 25, alongside Holly Willats. Entitled Monochrome Eyes, the issue offers an investigation into monochrome within contemporary photography, with a focus on greyscale. The issue will launch on 29 February 2020 on the final day of the corresponding exhibition, With Monochrome Eyes, at Borough Road Gallery, London.
Alma Zevi speaks to how to spend it about Not Vital and his work. Vital's solo exhibition at Hauser & Wirth Somerset, SCARCH, opens 24 January and will be on view until 4 May.
Violet Dennison is among the artists presented at Weather Report, the upcoming show at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield (USA). The show opens on Octber 6, 2019, and runs until March 29, 2020.
Tom Lovelace will be In Conversation with Inès de Bordas at MEP, Paris on 19th of March at 7pm. The discussion on Tom's work will be followed by a live performance by the artist in situ.
On 7 February 2020 the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein will open their group show, "Home Stories: 100 Years, 20 Visionary Interiors," which includes works by Charlap Hyman & Herrero. A publication released on the occasion of the exhibition also includes an interview with Adam Charlap Hyman. The show will be on view until 23 August 2020. Simultaneously, watercolours by Charlap Hyman & Herrero will be on view at Villa Noailles as part of their Architecture exhibition, on view from 8 February to mid-March.
Sofia Stevi included in a group show at Haus N in Athens, "Sisterhood, Streaming voices, unifying energies," opening on 6 February. The exhibition will be on view in Athens until 7 March, 2020.
Tom Lovelace's photograph, Forms in Green, No. 3, 2012 is now part of the Victoria & Albert Museum collection. Forms in Green, No. 3 is part of a series of photograms made by Tom of the notice board near a window in a library in Hackney.
With Monochrome Eyes, a group show curated by Tom Lovelace, will open on 13 February 2020 at Borough Road Gallery in London. Lovelace's work is also included and will appear alongside those of Eleonora Agostini, Elena Helfrecht, Mahtab Hussain, Ben Jeffery, Asa Johannesson, Kalpesh Lathigra, Ryan L. Moule, Martin Parr, Giovanna Petrocchi, Silvia Rosi, Martin Seeds, Senta Simond, Deo Suveera, Esther Teichmann, Paloma Tendero, and Simon Terrill. The exhibition will run until 29 February.
Christopher P. Green opens showing space, 41/42 at Studio 11 at Porthemor Studios, January - March 2020. 41/42 will host film screenings of works by invited guests. Green will also exhibit his work in the space alongside a presentation of his book and social project, Independent of Library Exchange (ILE). The studio show will open 28 March, 2020
Juliana Cerqueira Leite's group show with Georgian painter Rusudan Khizanishviic DEFINING OTHERNESS: Part 1 at the Assembly Rooms in New York. Curated by Nina Mdivani, the exhibition will be on view from 17 January to 23 February.
James Capper and Luke Hart are included in group show 'Synergia' at Museo Federico Silva Escultura Contemporánea in San Luis Potosí, Mexico. The exhibition features large-scale sculptures and will be on view from October 18, 2019 to February 2020.
On 28 January 2020 Tom Lovelace presented a lecture to Manchester School of Art students at Manchester Metropolitan University as part of their Media Talks series. Tom spoke about how his work sits at the intersection of photography, sculpture, and performance, as well as his process.
gobscure's solo show on rose carved in rain will open at The NewBridge Project: Gateshead on 20 January and will remain on view until 31 January, 2020. The solo exhibition will feature visual poetry, sound, installation and participation. More information on the show can be found here.
Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda's Autonoma project, a site-specific installation currently on view in the garden of the Murano Glass Museum, is featured in the Winter 2019 edition of Glass Quarterly. Autonoma comes as a partnership between Brandolini d'Adda and the Pilchuck Glass School, which he attended in 2016. The six participants from Pilchuck, Laguna B, and artists Mark Zirpel, Andel Paiko, and Lorenzo Passi contemplated "eco sustainability," constructing the arch that now sits in Murano. The project took part in the 2019 Venice Glass Week this past September and was awarded Honorable Mention in the Bonhams Prize.
Katy Stubbs is featured in It's Nice That article, "Artist Katy Stubbs on molding her dishy stories out of clay". Katy speaks to Peach Doble about her style, inspiration, process, and residency at ALMA ZEVI Venice in Spring 2019.
On 11 December 2019, artist Tom Lovelace joined curator and publisher Inès de Bordas and Alma Zevi for an In Conversation on Tom's work, hosted by Photo London at Somerset House, London. The in Conversation focused on how the artist's work intertwines photography, sculpture, and performance, as well as his upcoming exhibition, Close Encounters, opening at the Latvian National Museum of Art in 2020.
Christopher P. Green, alongside fellow Felthammers (Andrew Prior, Mark James, and David Strang), has recorded four radio sessions for the Art Licks Weekend Radio. Tune in on rtm.fm to hear the episodes.
Heidi Bucher: Sublime Geometry at ALMA ZEVI has been recently featured in the CULTURED magazine article, Heidi Bucher Takes the Floor. The article appeared on the front page of the magazine's website.
Heidi Bucher: Sublime Geometry has been featured on the front page of Contemporary Art Daily's website. Heidi Bucher: Sublime Geometry is on view at ALMA ZEVI Venice until 18 December, 2019
Heidi Bucher: Sublime Geometry has been featured in Art Observed's December 10th online edition, and can be accessed here.
Heidi Bucher: Sublime Geometry is on view at ALMA ZEVI Venice until 18 December, 2019
ALMA ZEVI has been included in Condé Nast Traveler "The Locals' Guide to Venice" September article.
The exhibition Heidi Bucher: Sublime Geometry at ALMA ZEVI Venice has been included in the Vogue Edit's selection "What We're Loving This Week" of the 27th of September. See the full selection here.
One of Juliana Cerqueira Leite's works is included in "The Swamp of Forever. Chapter 1: Love' at Nogueras Blanchard in Barcelona. The sculpture is featured alongside the works of Alfredo Rodríguez.
Tom Lovelace's upcoming group show, The Truth in Disguise, curated by Shiva Lynn Burgos and Dominique Charlet at GESTE Paris opens on November 1. His work will appear alongside those of Marina Abramovic, Joan Fontcuberta, Andreas Gursky and more. The Truth in Disguise is open 1 - 30 November 2019.
Christopher P. Green is participating in group show "On Board II", presented by Art Licks at the Hybrid Festival in Madrid. The show is curated by Holly Willats and will be opening on 19 September.
The group show Sick and Desiring, which includes Juliana Cerqueira Leite, opens at the Norwegian Triennial Bergen Assembly. The exhibition runs from 5 September to 10 November.
Artlyst features ALMA ZEVI gallery on their list of exhibitions to attend during the 58th Venice Biennale.
Adam Charlap Hyman of Charlap Hyman & Herrero is speaking on a panel at TEFAF Coffee Talks at 11 o'clock on Monday, November 4 at the Park Avenue Armory. Entitled "What's Past is Prologue: A New Spin on an Old Trope," the panel will be moderated by Anthony Barzilay Freund, Editorial Director and Director of Fine Art and 1stbids.
Irene Machetti from FADmagazine interviewed Juliana Cerqueira Leite on the presence and absence of the body in her works exhibited in her current exhibition, Orogenesis, at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples. The exhibition will run until 23 September, 2019.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite was intereviewed by Metal Magazine on new representations of the human body and her show at MANN.
ArtForum interviewed Juliana Cerqueira Leite on Pompeii and planetary motion, highlighted in her current exhibition, Orogenesis, at the National Archaeological Museum of Naples. The exhibition will run until 23 September, 2019.
The New York Times featured Charlap Hyman & Herrero curated show For Mario in the August 7th edition of "New York Galleries: What to See Right Now." For Mario is on view at the Tina Kim Gallery until 23 August, 2019.
Pin-Up Magazine featured Charlap Hyman & Herrero curated show For Mario, the exhibition is on at Tina Kim Gallery until 23 August, 2019.
ArtNews has featured Charlap Hyman & Herrero's exhibition For Mario at Tina Kim Gallery in their Editors' Picks of 17 Things Not to Miss in New York's Art World This Week. The curated exhibition runs until 23 August 2019.
Arte.it has featured the Juliana Cerqueira Leite Orgenesi/Orogenesis exhibition on their site. The exhibition runs until 23 September, 2019.
Tina Kim Gallery is pleased to present For Mario, an exhibition of modern and contemporary art and design curated by Charlap Hyman & Herrero (CHH). Works span a spectrum of mediums and are displayed throughout the galleries. For Mario will remain on view until 23 August, 2019.
I Don't Think She's A Woman opens at Koenig_2 by Robby Greif in Vienna with a reception on the 27 June. The exhibition runs from 28 June - 26 August, 2019.
Parastu Gharabaghi has a solo exhibition at Kevin Space in Vienna. The exhibition opens with a private view on 6 July from 7 - 10pm and will run from 7 July - 24 August, 2019.
ALMA ZEVI is thrilled to share Juliana Cerqueira Leite's solo exhibition at the National Archaeological Museum in Naples. Title Orogenesi, it is the Brazilian-American artist's first museum show in Europe. The exhibition will run until 23 September, 2019.
ArtForum has reviewed Violet Dennison's exhibition at Kuntsverein Freiburg. The exhibition runs until 21 July, 2019.
Rade Petrasevic is participating in group shows in Berlin and Frankfurt this summer.
Copines Copains Berlin opens at Wentrup Gallery in Berlin with a reception on 21 June. The exhibition runs until 3rd of August.
Crop Circles in Carpets curated by Antonia Lia Orsi opens at Neue Alte Brucke in Frankfurt with a reception on 2 July at 7pm. The exhibition runs from 3 July - 27 July, 2019.
The Kunstverein Freiburg is pleased to announce the Violet Dennison exhibition Chapter Four: Disappointment. The exhibition opens with a reception on 7th of June at 7pm and will run until 21st of July, 2019.
The Wall Street Journal has highlighted ALMA ZEVI Gallery's Frank Auerbach exhibition 'From Drawing to Painting' and project space exhibition by Harlap Hyman & Herrero "Ouvrez-Moi".
The Frank Auerbach exhibition runs until 3 August, 2019 and the Harlap Hyman & Herrero exhibition is on until 6 July, 2019.
Art News has completed a feature on Frank Auerbach's exhibition in Venice at ALMA ZEVI, on now until 3 August 2019.
Architectural Digest AD PRO features Alma Zevi Project's Charlap Hyman & Herrero exhibition 'Ouvrez-moi'. The exhibition is on now until 6 July, 2019.
GARAGE Magazine featured an article dedicated to Charlap Hyman & Herrero's exhibition "Ouvrez-Moi".
The show is on view at ALMA ZEVI Projects, Salizzada Malipiero 3208, Venice, until the 6 of July 2019.
Elle Decor has dedicated an article to the Charlap Hyman & Herrero Exhibition in their coverage of the 58th Venice Biennale. Visit the ALMA ZEVI Project space exhibition until the 6 July, 2019.
James Capper's newest commission Mudskipper for the Battersea Power Station has been featured in The Times. Mudskipper will be in residence at Battersea Power Station from late May, 2019.
The Charlap Hyman & Herrero exhibition has been featured in the New York Times review of the Venice Biennale. The exhibition will run until 6 July 2019.
Another review of Charlap Hyman & Herrero’s debut solo show Ouvrez-moi has been released by Fad Magazine. Click here to read the comprehensive article.
Miriam Austin is one of six artists in the group exhibition Future Primitive at Gossamer Fog in London. The exhibition will open with a private view on 31 May from 6-9pm. Exhibition continues until 30th June.
The Approach presents Die Wässer und Libellenlust, a solo exhibition of works by Heidi Bucher. The show focusses on water and the symbol of the dragonfly, two major aspects of her practice that resonated throughout the late ‘70s and ‘80s. The exhibition will run from 16 May - 23 June, 2019.
The exhibition (IN)TENSION featuring works by Pablo Bronstein, Heidi Bucher and Rachel Whiteread is currently on view at DE LEÓN in Bath, UK. The exhibition can be visited until the 30 of June.
The New Yorker has reviewed Heidi Bucher's exhibition at Lehmann Maupin. The exhibition is on until the 15 June.
Showing alongside six artists, The Oval Window, explores fictional, historical and mythical figures using different mediums to develop new narratives grounded in emobided, relational experience. The exhibition opens with a private view on 3 May from 6:30 - 8:30pm and will run until 1 June 2019.
Inès de Bordas, publisher of Silence Editions, was recently interviewed by Diana Marrone of Slow Words on her independent publishing house and its projects. Silence Editions most recent publication was a collaboration with ALMA ZEVI, a co-published book to accompany the gallery exhibition "Hatufim" by Alain Baczynsky.
FAD magazine featured an article on Alain Baczynsky's exhibition Hatufim at ALMA ZEVI Venice. The show is on until the 20 April 2019.
The Halifax Courier has dedicated a piece towards the huge David Murphy sculpture commissioned for the Piece Hall. On now until 7 April, 2019.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park has partnered with The Piece Hall in Halifax to present their first visual arts commission in the iconic courtyard of the former cloth hall. David Murphy has been selected from over 40 submissions to create a bold and confident response to the building’s history as a global centre for textiles. The exhibition will run form 25 January – 7 April 2019.
Firmdale Hotels has just announced that its Soho Hotel in London will host an 'In Conversation' with artist David Murphy on 12 March, 2019. Olivia Paterson, London Director ALMA ZEVI, will delve into the British artist's recent works and exploration of the relationship between textures and materials.
Jupiter Woods is pleased to welcome N — E º W Ë( S ) for its second edition, exploring the domestic landscape. The residency program included Miriam Austin and will showcase the produced work from 19th - 23rd of March with a private view on Tuesday 19th March, 6-8pm.
Sofia Stevi's 'we don’t have to learn something new' at the Pippy Houldsworth Gallery in London has been included on Boundary's January Art Picks, as one of the best openings from contemporary female artists happening this month. The show, which presents several new paintings and sculptures, is on until 23 February.
Sofia Stevi has been included on Refinery 29's list '7 Of The Coolest Women Artists To See This Year', with her current show at the Pippy Houldsworth Gallery in London. The exhibition is open from 25 January – 23 February 2019.
Rade Petrasevic will participate in the group exhibition "Blow Up" at Friedman Benda in New York, NY. The exhibition was desinged by Charlap Hyman & Herrero and features the work by over 30 artists, architectus and designers. "Blow Up" will open with a reception on January 10th from 6-8PM and will run until February 16, 2019.
Art Now, Art Then features a short review on Sofia Stevi's new exhibition ‘we don’t have to learn something new’ at the Pippi Houldsworth Gallery in London. The Greek artist's 'unusual and enjoyable show' will be open until 23 February.
Rob Chavasse has an exhibition, Shutter curated by Giovanni Rendina at TRIPLA in Bologna. The exhibition runs from 31 January to 14 of February 2019. A reception will be held 2 February at 6pm.
The group exhibition "True Colors" opens in Zusammenarbeit mit der Christine Konig Galerie Wien in Traklhaus, Salzburg, AT. The exhibition features the work of four artists including Rade Petrasevic. "True Colors" opens with a reception on 17 of January 2019.
Elephant Magazine has featured the work of Sofia Stevi in their current issue of the magazine, Mothers Versus Machines, on newstands now.
The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art will host an exhibition between the two great pop artists titled Andy Warhol and Eduardo Paolozzi: I want to be a machine from 17 November 2018 to 2 June 2019.
The October 2018 issue of Arte Magazine has published a review on ALMA ZEVI's exhibition Eduardo Paolozzi Selected Works 1947 - 1974, on newstands now.
Il Giornale Dell'Arte has featured Eduardo Paolozzi Selected Works 1947 - 1974 in the December issue of the newspaper, on newstands now. The exhibition runs until 20 December 2018.
Artribune has reviewed Eduardo Paolozzi's current exhibition at ALMA ZEVI, on view until December 20, 2018.
In celebration of the government's Year of Engineering campaign the Science Museum London will feature a screening of The Art of Engineering, Friday 19 October, 7 - 8:30pm. Following the screening a panel event will explore the work of engineers working in the arts. Moderator Katy Barrett, Curator of Art Collections for the Science Museum will be joined by James Capper, Brendan Walker and Katy Connor.
Architectural Digest has reviewed ALMA ZEVI's exhibition Eduardo Paolozzi Selected Works 1947 - 1974. The exhibition will be on view at the gallery until 20 December, 2018.
Hannah Barry Gallery in London presents WAYS TO MAKE A SHIP WALK, a James Capper's solo show running from the 27 of September until the 27 of October. Private viewing on the 26 of September at 6:30 PM.
Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art presents a major survey exhibition of works by Swiss artist Heidi Bucher (1926–1993). Showing for the first time in a UK public institution, the exhibition brings together a significant body of her works. The show will be on vie from the 19 September - 9 December 2018, with a private view on the 18 September.
TJ BOULTING in London will showcase historic and contemporary female artists including Juliana Cerqueira Leite. The exhibition In The Company Of runs from the 5 of October to the 17 of November and explores the impact of Barbara Hepworth, Lee Miller and Alice Neel on women artists working today.
Ncontemporary in Milan hosts How do I perceive reality, a group show that includes Tom Lovelace's works developped during his residency in Spoleto and new site specific pieces. The exhibition runs from the 13 of September to the 20 of October.
Until Different is the first solo presentation of Juliana Cerqueira Leite in New York. The exhibition opens at Arsenal Contemporary on the 13 of September and will be on view until the 4 of November.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite has been listed among the 20 Female Artists Pushing Sculpture Forward on Artsy.
The New York Times has dedicated an article to the artists participating in London Frieze Sculpture 2018. The work by James Capper Treadpad A/Treadpad B is among the highlights selected.
Miriam Austin is participating in the exhibition The Crocodile with SSEA, an artist collective that includes Lizzy Laurence, Paul Gwilliam, Matthew Drage, Al Page, Boris Jardine and Jenny Bangham. The show opens with a private view, Thursday 4 October from 6-9pm at Luna Elaine and is part of Art Licks Weekend 2018.
Making Arrangements LDN/CDM, the new solo show by Luke Hart at WBG London Projects is currently on. The exhibition traces the artist’s relocation from London to Mexico City and runs until the 20 of September. The private view takes place on the 13 of September at 6:30 PM.
Thames-Side Studios Gallery in London presents a solo exhibition of works by Christopher P. Green running from the 29 of September until 14 October, 2018. A preview will be held Friday the 28 of September from 6:30 - 8:30 PM.
My Art Guides has dedicated an article to Christopher P. Green's upcoming show Vitreous Humour, which opens at ALMA ZEVI Venice on 31 August 2018, 6-8PM.
Elephant Magazine interviewed Christopher P Green about his practice and work, ahead of his future exhibition at ALMA ZEVI Venice, scheduled for late summer 2018.
gobscure will be presenting two new visual poetry suites entitled bi land & bi water and dont shoot the messenger, a sound piece, bi buy bye? no were still here and a short film, bi erasure, at the Curious Arts Festival in New Castle from July 2nd-July 8th. A live poetry performance, wearing our hearts on our sleeves, will accompany the pieces on the 6th of July at noon.
Miriam Austin is presenting her second solo exhibition, Gimmel, at Bosse & Baum gallery in London from June 28th- July 28, 2018.
The online magazine Slow Words has published a piece on gobscure as part of its weekly interviews. The artist was interviewed on the opening day of his show at ALMA ZEVI Venice, is that a bruise or a tatto?, on view until the 9 of June 2018.
gobscure's artist books have been included in the group show Thresholds opening on the 8 of June at Gonzo Unit, in Thessaloniki, Greece. The exhibition is open until the 23 of June 2018.
On 23 and 24 June James Capper: AERO CAB will open at 3-D Foundation Sculpture Park in Verbier, Switzerland. James Capper was the recepient of the Foundation's 2018 Artist Residency.
From the 15 May until the 10 June 2018, the Whitechapel Gallery, London, hosts a selection of films realised by winners of the Film London Jarman Award during its first decade. Dad's Stick by John Smith is also included in the screening programme.
Nature of Justice: On the Birds is the new group exhibition opening on the 2nd of May 2018 at St Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York. Among the artists, the show will include new work by Sofia Stevi.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite's work is part of the group show The Female Gaze – On Body, Love, and Sex at Kunsthaus Erfurt, Germany, open from 6 of April to 1 of June 2018.
Violet Dennison has been selected to take part in the fourth triennial at the New Museum, in New York. Entitled Songs for Sabotage, the exhibition will be on view from the 13th of February to the 27th of May 2018.
A review on Miriam Austin: Andraste is featured in Exibart. The show is on vew at ALMA ZEVI Venice until the 28 of April 2018.
The solo show dedicated to Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda, on view at ALMA ZEVI New York until the 25 of April, has been listed in A New York Diary on Vogue.
Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda show at ALMA ZEVI is listed among the Artnet Editors' Picks of the shows to see in New York during its opning week. The show will run from 23 of March to 25 of April 2018, with a private view on the 22 of March, 6-8 PM.
The White Review dedicated an article to Sofia Stevi's solo show Turning forty winks into a decade, on view at BALTIC (UK) until April 22.
In its Secret Italy edition released in February 2018, Condé Nast Traveler magazine features ALMA ZEVI among the venues not to miss in Venice.
Always the Real Thing is the title of the group show opening on the 16 of March at WHITE CRYPT in London, which features, among the others, works by Miriam Austin. On view until the 14 of April.
Rob Chavasse's new film The Gallerist, on view at The Sunday Painter from the 1 until the 29 of March 2018, has been reviewed in an article on GARAGE exploring the relationship between artists and their gallerists.
Sofia Stevi's works are included in Ladies' Paradise, a group exhibition that opens at Grace Belgravia, London, on the 22 of February. The show runs until 8 of April.
Rob Chavasse presents his new film The Gallerist at the Sunday Painter, London, on Thursday 1 March at 6:30 PM.
The film will be on view until the 29 of March 2018.
An article exploring Sofia Stevi's exhibition turning forty winks into a decade, at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art until the 22 of April 2018, has been recently published in Studio International.
SculptureCenter is presenting In Practice: Another Echo, a new group exhibition that involves newly commissioned work by Juliana Cerqueira Leite. The show opens on the 28th of January and will run until the 2nd of April 2018.
gobscure's new exhibition, titled still alone in her voices / screwloose will be on view at the Arts & Disability Forum in Belfast until 9 March 2018.
Photomonitor has recently published an interview with Tom Lovelace on his latest projects and residencies, in which he describes also his visual references and influences.
The Bronx Museum of the Arts presents Gordon Matta-Clark: Anarchitect, a solo exhibition that will examine the artist’s pioneering social, relational, and activist approach. The show will be on view at The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, New York, from the 8th of November 2016 to the 8th of April 2018.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite is among the artists included in Eye to Eye, the new exhibition at ARSENAL contemporary in New York. The show is on until the 25th of February 2018.
ALMA ZEVI Venice is featured in the article Balade sérénissime à Venise by Le Monde as one of the highlights of San Samuele area in Venice.
Heidi Bucher is among the artists included in the show The Everywhere Studio, on view from the 1st of December 2017 to the 26th of February 2018 at ICA Miami.
Women House is the title of a group exhibition that recently opened at La Monnaie de Paris. Focusing on female practices, the show includes works by Heidi Bucher, on view until the 28 of January 2018.
Patrick Parrish Gallery presents The Glorious Object: 42 Artists, 42 Cubic Feet of Fantastic, a group exhibition of small works featuring also Juliana Cerqueira Leite. The show opens on the 14th of December at 6pm.
Violet Dennison is among the artists included in How It's Made, the group show that will be on view at Carl Kostyál in Stockholm from the 8th of December 2017 to the 28th of January 2018. Private view on the 7th of December, 5-9 PM.
Rotunda Magazine featured Heidi Bucher, Gordon Matta-Clark: Floors on their online magazine. The show is on view at ALMA ZEVI Venice until the 21st of December 2017.
An article on the exhibition Heidi Bucher, Gordon Matta-Clark: Floors is included in Artribune. The show is at ALMA ZEVI, Venice, until the 21st of December 2017.
James Capper participating in the group exhibition: Perpetual Construction, A dialogue with the house of Jean Prouvé III at CAB Art Center, Brussels (6 September - 9 December 2017). Opening on the 5th of September, with a performance by James Capper from 6 to 9 pm.
Artribune features Heidi Bucher, Gordon Matta-Clark: Floors at ALMA ZEVI, Venice, until the 21st of December 2017.
Miriam Austin is among the artists that will take part to the discussion Future Feminisms and Rituals at Bosse & Baum, London, on November 21st at 7PM.
gobscure's chalybeate aka the bees sleep is now available on Radiophrenia, a temporary radio station broadcasting live from Glasgow Centre for Contemporary Arts until the 19th of November 2017.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park presents the exhibition On the Heights, which includes, among the others, works by Miriam Austin and Tom Lovelace. The show takes place in Wakefield, UK, from the 28th of October to the 3rd of December 2017.
Mousse Magazine focus on the work of Sofia Stevi in its latest issue, October-November 2017 (Issue 60).
gobscure's prisong, a visual poetry exhibition exploring words, opens on November 17th at East Ham CNC in London, as part of the Newham Word Festival.
Heidi Bucher is among the artists included in Viva Arte Viva, the 57th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia 2017. A selection of her work is on view at The Dionysian Pavilion, Arsenale di Venezia, from May 13th to November 26th, 2017.
On the occasion of Juliana Cerqueira Leite's exhibition BLOOM, on view at TJ Boulting in London until the 7th of November 2017, Elephant Magazine published an interview with the artist on her work and projects.
TJ Boulting, London, presents BLOOM, a solo show dedicated to Juliana Cerqueira Leite's new works (5 October - 7 November 2017).
gobscure solo exhibition nudging meteors at The Art House, Wakefield (27 September - 10 November 2017)
Juliana Cerqueira Leite is among the artists included in the group show Space Odyssey: Beyond Material Confinements, at Radiator Arts, New York, from September 15 to November 10, 2017.
Violet Dennison talks about her recent works in a conversation with Tenzing Barshee on Mousse Magazine.
John Smith is among the artists included in the exhibition The Still Point of the Turning World - Between Film and Photography at FOMU Fotomuseum, Antwerp, until the 8th of October 2017.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite will present a performative talk on her artist book A Potential Space at Wellcome Collection, London, on the 28th of September 2017 at 6PM.
Casa & Design page of La Repubblica presents The Venice Glass Week, in Venice from the 10th to the 17th of September.
Apollo Magazine focus on The Venice Glass Week, which takes place from the 10th to the 17th of September in Venice.
Slow Words presents an interview with Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda, in which he talks about his life and works on the occasion of the opening of his first solo show at ALMA ZEVI Venice.
A.D. profiles Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda, where he talks about his upcoming exhibition at ALMA ZEVI Venice.
Article about The Venice Glass Week, which will take place in Venice from 10th to 17th September 2017, in The Art Newspaper
ALMA ZEVI participates in the Venice Glass Week with Marcantonio Brandolini d'Adda's solo exhibition
Tom Lovelace participating in the group exhibition No Lemon, No Melon at Flowers Gallery, New York (27th July - 2nd September 2017)
John Smith, Films in Sheep's Clothing reviewed in Flash Art by Davide Daninos
John Smith, Films in Sheep's Clothing reviewed in Artribune by Carlo Sala
Elisabeth Weiser participating in the group exhibition Greetings from Munich at Galerie Britta von Rettberg, Munich (24th June - 28th July 2017)
Juliana Cerqueira Leite participating in the Antarctic Pavilion at the Venice Biennale (until 26th of July)
Francesca Gavin includes John Smith Films in Sheep's Clothing in her top Venice Biennale picks for Artworks London, 22nd of May, 2017
John Smith Films in Sheep's Clothing at ALMA ZEVI reviewed on Rotunda Magazine
ALMA ZEVI gallery is featured on Il Sole 24 Ore
John Smith, Films in Sheep's Clothing at ALMA ZEVI, reviewed by Giulia Ferracci on CURA
ALMA ZEVI featured in the Spaces with the show John Smith Films in Sheep's Clothing
Exibart features John Smith, Films in Sheep's Clothing at ALMA ZEVI
John Smith, Films in Sheep's Clothing at ALMA ZEVI included in Frieze Critic's Guide to the Venice Biennale
The Art Newspaper reviews John Smith, Films in Sheep's Clothing at ALMA ZEVI
Artribune features John Smith, Films in Sheep's Clothing at ALMA ZEVI
John Smith, Films in Sheep's Clothing, is included in ATP's top Venice Biennale picks
ALMA ZEVI is listed on UK Venice Map on the occasion of the 57th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia
John Smith's exhibition Films in Sheep's Clothing (8th May - 22nd July 2017), is selected by Flash Art as a Venice Biennale collateral event to see
A new contemporary sculpture garden in Fulmer, Buckinghamshire; curated by William Benington Gallery and featuring the works of James Capper, Luke Hart and David Murphy, among others (20th of May - 6th August 2017)
Rob Chavasse has been invited as artist in residence at Mahler & Lewitt Studios in Spoleto (8th June - 17th July 2017)
Tom Lovelace participating in the group exhibition The High Low Show at Laure Genillard Gallery, London curated by Paul Carey-Kent (6th May - 24th June)
Maria Nepumoceno participating in the group exhibition More Simply Put at Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York (May 19th - June 30th 2017)
Sofia Stevi participating in the group exhibition Amazing Girls/ It's Complicated at Kunstverein KevinSpace, Vienna (6th May - 18th June 2017)
Juliana Cerqueira Leite will present her artist's book A Potential Space at Tenderbooks (1st June 2017, 6 - 8 pm)
Luke Hart is invited as Artist in Residence at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park (April - May 2017)
Group exhibition At Home She's A Tourist curated by Tom Lovelace at Copeland Gallery, London (19th - 21st May)
Our current show in Athens: Stitching Petals to Lead featured in e-flux among the Athens Independents Art Index during documenta 14
Sofia Stevi participating in the group exhibition 'Present' at the DaDa Da Academy, Athens (until the end of May 2017)
A solo exhibition by Maria Nepomuceno at Stavanger Art Museum, Stavanger, Netherlands (17th March - 28th May 2017)
James Capper's exhibition at Albion Barn, Little Milton, Oxford (8th April - 14th May 2017)
Group show curated by Nora Heidorn at The approach, London (7th April - 14th May 2017)
Aleana Egan's solo show at Kerlin Gallery (31st March - 13th May 2017)
Freddy Dewe Mathews' show at the Peltz Gallery, Birkbeck School of Arts, London (6th April - 4th May 2017)
Juliana Cerqueira Leite group show at The Approach featured in Artnet News
Juliana Cerqueira Leite's group show at The Approach featured in Art Viewer
Sofia Stevi and Parastu participating in '"moi non-moi" or "carrying owls to athens", at the Wiener Art Foundation, Athens (5th - 26th April)
Flowers Gallery presents the work of Tom Lovelace at AIPAD, The Photography Show, Pier 94, New York City, (30th March - 2nd April 2017)
Juliana Cerqueira Leite participated in the 1st Antarctic Biennale. Reviewed by The Art Newspaper
An exhibition by WBG London Projects in Luke Hart's Hackney studio, including: James Balmforth, James Capper, Alex Chinneck, Luke Hart & Samuel Zealey; Woodwork Studios, London (24th March - 2nd April 2017)
Juliana Cerqueira Leite participated in the 1st Antarctic Biennale. Reviewed by Artsy
A solo show by James Capper at The Edge Institute of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Arts, University of Bath, Bath (10th February - 8th April 2017)
A group show curated by James Putnam at The Mile End Art Pavilion, London (20th March - 11th April 2017)
Violet Dennison solo show at Jan Kaps, Cologne, Germany (20th January - 8th April 2017)
Maria Nepomuceno at the Armory show (Victoria Miro Gallery) is featured as one of Artsy's 20 best booths.
James Capper's solo show Sculpture & Hydraulics at The Edge Bath, featured in This is Tomorrow
Juliana Cerqueira Leite is invited to take part to the 1st Antarctic Biennale
Violet Dennison's solo show Transcend at Jan Kaps, featured in Artforum
Parastu's work reviewed in Vice
A solo show by Rob Chavasse at David Dale Gallery & Studios, Glasgow, Scotland (25th February - 1st April 2017)
A group show by Zhivago Duncan at Galleria Poggiali, Florence, Italy (17th December 2016 - 19 March 2017)
Sofia Stevi solo show at The Breeder, Athens, Greece (19th January - 18th February 2017)
Sofia Stevi interview on the occasion of her solo show, featured in Popaganda
Maria Nepomuceno interview, featured in Studio International
Violet Dennison's work presented at Condo 2017 with Jan Kaps, featured in The Art Newspaper
Juliana Cerqueira Leite is awarded of Furla Art Prize for her contribution to the 5th Moscow Young Art Biennale
Receives the Kenneth Armitage Foundation Fellowship (until October 2017)
A group show at Travesia Cuatro, Guadalajara, Mexico (13th November 2016 - 21st January 2017)
Group show at Helper Projects, New York City (22nd October - 19th November 2016)
Freddy Dewe Mathews solo show at NADA, Bogotá (2nd - 21st December 2016)
Presentation of the publication El Encanto at NADA, Bogotá (15th December 2016)
A site-specific commission in association with Arts & Heritage, the Dales Countryside Museum and Casswell Bank Architects (28 - 30 October 2016)
A group show at the 83 Pitt St, New York City (13th - 26th November 2016)
A group show at the Marres House for Contemporary Culture, Maastricht (25th September - 27th November 2016)
Solo show at Hannah Barry Gallery, London (2nd September - 30th November 2016)
A year-long residency at Ars+Natura, Bogota (until December 2016)
Solo show at Victoria Miro, London (11th November 2016 - 7th January 2017)
Maria Nepomuceno solo show at Victoria Miro London, featured in Artnet News
Two-person exhibition at the landing strip, Berlin (until 1st October 2016)
A trailer for the artist's first Artist Book.
Article about Juliana Cerqueira Leite's Artist Book, A Potential Space.
Article about Juliana Cerqueira Leite's first Artist Book on ArtNews
Rob Chavasse's solo booth at Frieze with Sunday Painter, featured in The Art Newspaper
Rob Chavasse's solo booth at Frieze with Sunday Painter, featured in The Guardian
Rob Chavasse's solo booth at Frieze with Sunday Painter, featured in Elephant Magazine
Rob Chavasse's solo booth at Frieze with Sunday Painter, featured in i-D Magazine
Rob Chavasse's solo booth at Frieze with Sunday Painter, featured in Artnet News
Group show at the Herbert Read Gallery, University of Canterbury (until 7th October 2016)
Sunday Painter presents a solo booth of work by Rob Chavasse at Frieze London (booth H23) (6th - 9th October 2016)
Jan Kaps Gallery presents a solo booth of new work by David Flaugher at Frieze London (6th - 9th October 2016)
Group show at AMP Gallery, London as part of the Art Licks Weekend (30th September - 22nd October 2016)