Wednesday, 15 March 2017

INDEX OF CURATED EXHIBITIONS AND WEEKLY COLUMN



Index of Exhibitions Curated (all with associated texts)

I thought this might be handy, now there are a few shows with entries... 


Forthcoming:


THE HIGH LOW SHOW             
 
At Laure Genillard Gallery, London:

Susan Collis, Tom Lovelace, Sara Haq, Julie Verhoeven, Sarah Roberts, Kate MccGwire

5 May - 24 June


Current:


TONY CHARLES: UNPAINTING

Platform A Gallery, Middlesbrough:

10th March - 21st April, 2017

http://paulsartworld.blogspot.co.uk/2017/03/tony-charles-unpainting.html



SHOW US YOUR PROCESS

 Alexis Harding, Daniel Lergon, DJ Simpson, Jonathan Parsons, Michael Stubbs,  Neil Zakiewicz, Shane Bradford, Tom Hackney and Tony Charles.

At House of St Barnabas, Soho Sqaure, London

20 Jan - 5 June, 2017

http://paulsartworld.blogspot.co.uk/2016/12/show-us-your-process-preview.html



THE OTHER SIDE 

Aglae Bassens,  Emma Cousin, Jane Hayes Greenwood and Martine Poppe

At House of St Barnabas, Soho Square, London

20 Jan - 5 June, 2017

http://paulsartworld.blogspot.co.uk/2016/12/the-other-side.html



JOE MADEIRA: SETTING THE SCENE

Online exhibition from 1 APril, 2017

http://joemadeira.com/exhibitions/setting-the-scene-guest-curator-paul-carey-kent/overview/



 
Past:

             
EARS FOR THE EYES 


Alli Sharma, Clare Price, Jonny Briggs, EJ Major, Kate Lyddon, Cathy Lomax, Adam Dix, Emma Cousin, John Banting and Kelvin Okafor

At Transition Gallery, Hackney
             
11 Feb – 5 March 


http://paulsartworld.blogspot.co.uk/2017/01/ears-for-eye.html




ALICE ANDERSON: POST-DIGITAL


 At Union Gallery, 94 Teesdale Street, Hackney
 
 

BELLA EASTON: THESE OUTER SHELLS

Gallery Elena Shchukina, Mayfair 


25 Aug - 16 Sept 2016


http://paulsartworld.blogspot.co.uk/2016/07/bella-easton-these-outer-shells.html




SECRET EUROPEAN STUDIO 

Alzbeta Jaresova, Nadege Meriau, Willem Weismann, Troika,  Simona Brinkmann,
Carlos Noronha Feio


At ARTHOUSE1, Bermondsey


7-30 July 2016


http://paulsartworld.blogspot.co.uk/2016/07/secret-european-studio.html




THE SHAPES WE'RE IN

Alicja Dobrucka, Oona Grimes, Brian Dawn Chalkley, Frances Richardson,
Emma Cousin, Rana Begum, Selma Parlour, Natasha Kahn, Claire Macdonald,
Miriam Austin, Jennet Thomas  


At Bread and Jam, 52 Whitbread Rd, Brockley 13 - 22 Nov 2015


http://paulsartworld.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/the-shapes-were-in_15.html



THE DREAM OF MODERN LIVING? Contemporary Artists Explore IKEA 

Guy Ben-Ner, Ryan Gander, Clay Ketter, Marie Karlberg, Joe Scanlan, Artists Anonymous, Michael Samuels, Sara McKillop, Frédéric Pradeau, David Rickard, Mary Griffiths, Stuart Hartley, Dominic Beattie

At Warrington Museum and Art Gallery   2 Oct - 14 Nov 2015 (NORTH Festival of Contemporary Art - Warrington is the site of the UK's first IKEA store)

http://paulsartworld.blogspot.co.uk/2015/09/the-dream-of-modern-living.html


COLLATERAL DRAWING BERLIN (with Bella Easton)

Marta Marce, Mark Titchner, Gordon Cheung, Artists Anonymous, Sinta Werner, Simon Mullan,  Luke Gottelier, Claudia Carr, Thoralf Knobloch, Bella Easton




JAMES HOPKINS: THE MIRROR'S MIRROR

At Union Gallery, London  11 Sept - 28 Nov 2015





WEIGHT FOR THE SHOWING

Richard Serra, Phyllida Barlow, Christian Jankowski, Nicolas Feldmeyer, Cipriano Martinez, Levi van Veluw, David Rickard, Livia Marin, Richard Schur, Liv Fontaine, Knopp Ferro.

At Maddox Arts, London: 24 April – 13 June, 2015


http://paulsartworld.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/weight-for-showing-draft-text.html



THE PRESENCE OF ABSENCE

John Smith, Liane Lang,   Giorgio Sadotti, Stefana McClure,  Bronwen Buckeridge, Nika Neelova, Blue Curry, Alan Magee,   Anni Leppala, Jason Oddy,   Martine Poppe,  Ian Bruce

At BERLONI,  London: 30 Jan - 14 March 2015

http://paulsartworld.blogspot.co.uk/2015/01/the-presence-of-absence.html

THE COMBINATIONAL

 Susan Collis, Appau Junior Boakye-Yiadom, Suzanne Moxhay, Wil Murray, Sarah Anne Johnson and Catherine Herbert

At Studio 1.1,  London:  4-27 July 2014

http://paulsartworld.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/the-combinational-opens-thurs-3-july.html



INTO AND OUT OF ABSTRACTION


Colin Crumplin, Günther Herbst, Danny Rolph

At LUBOMIROV-EASTON, London: 26 April - 21 June, 2014


http://paulsartworld.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/into-and-out-of-abstraction.html



IT'S ABOUT TIME (with Christina Niederberger)


Emma Bennett, Nick Hornby, Alex Hudson, Livia Marin, Tereza Buskova,  Clarisse d’Arcimoles, Christina Niederberger, Pernile Holm Mercer, Susan Collins, Alison Gill, Andy Charalambous, Dolly Thompsett, Harald  Smykla, Nika Neelova

At ASC Gallery, London: 2 Nov - 20 Dec 2013 


http://paulsartworld.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/its-about-time-asc-gallery-128.html



MARIA MARSHALL: VOLUNTARIE SERVICE

At 102 Gifford St, Kings Cross, London: 8 - 31 Oct 2013




Index of Paul’s ART STUFF on a train  - weekly column from May 2013

Most days art Critic Paul Carey-Kent spends hours on the train, traveling between his home in Southampton and his day job in Surrey. Could he, we asked, jot down whatever came into his head?



200: 'Coherence@ - DJ Roberts, Heather Phillipson

199: 'Homage to the Homages’ - Josef Albers

198: 'The Case for Swindon'

197: ‘Padding Up’ - Francis Bacon Dan Rees’ Carla Basuttil’s


196: 'Mind the Gap' - Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne, Mimi Shodeinde

195: ‘Art for Health?’ - Barts Health NHS Trust

194: ‘One Evening in London’ - William Coldstream Euan Uglow, Martin Wilner, Mat Chivers’
 
193: ‘All You Want for Christmas’: Studio Voltaire, Peggy Franck
192: ‘Not What But Whose’ -  David Bowie, Elton John,  Jos Knaepen
 
191: ‘Shore Thing‘ - Turner Prize,  Michael Dean
 
190: 'Plurality Please!’ - Juliette Mahieux Bartoli, Evy Jokhova
 
189: ‘International Smooth’ - Asian Art Week’

188: ‘One Work’ - Robert Therrien


187 ‘No Need to be Trendy’ - Juliette Losq, David Wightman


186: ‘Where Are They Now?’ - Galleries on the Move


185: ‘Super-late-ive’ - Georgia O’Keeffe, Dorothea Tanning, Araki, Tomie Ohtake


184: ‘250 heads are better than 1’


183: ‘After the Binge’ - Jerwood Drawing Prize


182: ‘Near-Death Experience’ - Gretchen Faust, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye


181: ‘Beauty Beyond the Name’ - Dansaekhwa
180: 'What's Radical?' - Kelly-Anne Davitt
 
179: 'How to be Neuter' - Claude Cahun

178: 'The Ethics of Dust' - Jorge Otero-Pailos

177: 'Sexy Abstracts' - Daniel Sinsel

176: 'Open to the Mix' - David Remfry

175: ‘Could Your Child Have Done That?’ - Jeff Koons, Mindy Lee

174: 'Naked in Numbers' - The Neo-Naturists, Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, Spencer Tunick

173: 'When Your Name’s Not Vital' - Not Vital


172: 'Masterpieces and Otherwise' - Luis Tomasello, ,Sadaharu Horio, SH Raza
171: 'Horse Associations'- Tania Bruguera

170: 'The Enjoyment of Death' - Dutch still life

169: 'The Art of Surprise' - Luke Gottelier, Marco Gody, Georgie Nettell

168: 'Nifty after the Dream' - John Hoyland, Howard Hodgkin

167: 'Will You Like Marmite?' - The Marmite Prize

 166: 'Embassy Art Trips' - Adriano Costa, Emily Carr

165: 'Unglittering Prizes' - Dale Lewis, Francesca Blomfield, Archie Franks

164: 'Memories of Conflict' - Martin Honert, Eugene Delacroix

 163: 'Not Quite All Night' - Des Hughes, Clare Woods

 162: 'Fantasies of Prince Crumb' - Richard Prince, Robert Crumb

161: 'From Post-nationalism to Brexit' - Guan Xiao
 
160: 'Another Fine Mesh' - Alice Catteneo, François Morellet,Helena Pritchard

159: ‘Posing Trumps Sliding’ - Channa Horwitz
 
158: 'Breasts or Eyes?' - Das Institut, Julian Simmons
 
157: 'Lives of the Artists' - Betty Woodman, Francesca Woodman, Knop Ferro

156: 'Education Continues' - DIS, Steven Claydon
 
155: 'Poetry, Art and the Sucking of Cocks' - Ariana Reines, Heather Phillipson, Oscar Tuazon
 
154: 'The Assistants' - Susan Collis and assistants

153: 'Accidentally Omitted'


152: 'The Point of Obsession' - Gareth Nyandoro, Lee Edwards, Maria Taniguchi


151: 'The Back of Italians' - Enrico Castellani

150: 'Corbyn's Borough' - Estorick Collection, Handel Street Projects, Tintype, White Conduit Projects
 
149: 'Intersect' - Park McArthur
 
148:Condo Beyond the Minimum’: Mathis Altmann, Nicholas Cheveldave
 
147: ‘Questions Not Related to Nigella’ - Saatchi Gallery
 
146: The London Art Fair for Beginners
 
145: 'City of Faces' - Alberto Giacometti, Goya
 
144: ‘Spirit Power In Focus – and Out’:Alec Soth, Julia Margaret Cameron,,Richard Learoyd
 
143:‘What Is and Is Not Present’ - Nudes at Sothebys

142: ‘Computers at Christmas’A.R. Penck, Micahel Werner, Michael Craig-Martin

 
141: ‘Material Advantages’ Merete Rasmussen, Roberto Almagno 
 
140: ‘Foregrounding the Background’ - Jim Shaw

139: Maastricht Beyond TEFAF - Levi Van Veluw

138: ‘When to Visit Tate Modern?’Abraham Cruzvillegas


137: ‘Certain Perversities’ - Jurgen Teller

 
136: ‘Soaring and Diving’ - Bryan Wynter
 
135: ‘The Monumental Intimate’ - Jonas Wood, Luke Jerram
 
134: ‘Solo, Group or Bugged?’ - Jo Addison, Oona Grimes
 
133: ‘Performance to the Exponential Max’ - Eddie Peake, Broomberg & Chanarin, Millie Brown
 
132 ‘Fair Ground for Snakes’ - Frieze Art Fair 2015 
 
131 ‘Noi Amiamo l’Italia’ - Italian art in London
 
130 ‘Art in Warrington? I had no Ikea…’
 
129 The Bad Pavilion Made Easy’ - 56th Venice Biennale
 
128: ‘Card Givers’
127: 'Better than the Real Thing': Barbara Hepworth, Charlotte Moth
 
126: ‘Farming Cornell ’ - Joseph Cornell

125: ‘The Upcurve Down in Kent’ - Lukas Morley



124: ‘Card Givers’ – artists’ cards

 123: ‘Agnes Martin’s Paths Not Taken’ - Agnes Martin

122: ‘Let’s Get Together’ - Richard Billingham

121: ‘Sylvia, Chantal, Ishbel & Felicity’ - Sylvia Sleigh / Ishbel Myerscough / Chantal Joffe

120: ‘Queen Alice’ – Alice Anderson

119: ‘The Victorian Tendency’ – Juliette Losq

118: ‘Ruby Ruby Ruby’ – Sterling Ruby

117: ‘Mirrored in Brown’s’- Michelangelo Pistoletto 116: ' These Feet Are Made for Painting' - Kazuo Shiraga / Michael Flatley



115: ‘The Famous Fives’ – paintings of five women




114: 'A Hundred Women Wanted' – Mac/Val


113: ‘Transformation’ – Francesco Clemente


112: ‘The World Museum’ – British Museum


111: ‘Book the Show vs. Show the Book’ – Marlene Dumas


110: ‘The Other End of the Journey’ – Art in Southampton


109: ‘Uncrushed Dreams’ - Brian Dawn Chalkley


108: ‘Apple Barnacle Orgasm’ - Shimabaku, Salvatore Arancio & Moussa Sar


107: ‘Grids Gone Dotty’ - Isa Genzken & Jonathan Horowitz


106: ‘Batchelor of Books’ - David Batchelor


105: ‘Game of the Name’


104: ‘Not Quite Shangri-La’ - Shezad Dawood


103: ‘Foolish at the Tate?’ - April 1


102: ‘The Use of Painting’ - Luke Gottelier


101: ‘I Fink it’s a Face’ - Graham Fink

100: ‘Sexual Services’ – Group Show at Transition


99: ‘Rugged’ - Anna Betbeze & Caroline Achaintre


98: ‘Abstraction and Tragedy’ - Doug Ashford


97: ‘Tits and Cocks and Wallpaper’- Sarah Lucas & Luc Tuymans


94: ‘Video To Go To’ - Hans Op De Beeck


93: ‘Smash ‘n’ Burn’ – Allora and Calzadilla & Jesse Hlebo


92: ‘Popova and Over’ - Yelena Popova


91: ‘The Colour in Bermondsey’ – Galleries in Bermondsey


90: ‘The Colour in Rembrandt’ - Rembrandt


89: ‘The Curators’ Egg’ – Saatchi Gallery


88: ‘100 years x 3’ – Manchester City Gallery


87: ‘Encore, Silver Paint’ - Bertrand Lavier


86: ‘Welcome to the Machine’ - Mark Selby & William Bradley.


83: ‘One Form of Being Uncontent’ - Allen Jones


84: ‘The Minimal and the Excessive’ - Richard Tuttle & Rie Nakajima


83: ‘Paris Photo without the People’ - Penelope Umbrico & Putput


82: ‘S p a c e d Out Crowded’ - Robert Longo & Richard Avedon


81: ‘Art and Almost’ - Arkady Bronnikov


80: ‘On Dashes’ - N.Dash


79: ‘Battle of the Behemoths’ - Anselm Kiefer / Gerhard Richter / Sigmar Polke / Jonas Burgert


78: ‘The Big Experience’ - William Tucker / Damien Hirst


77: ‘After the Gallery?’ Aidan McNiell


76: ‘Turnering Away from London’ – Turner Prize 2013


75: ‘Three Styles’ - Nicolas de Staël


74: ‘Thinking Inside the Box’ - Sacha Sosno / Julião Sarmento.


73 ’Red and Black and Women’ - Gilbert & George and Mary Kelly


72: ‘Five Generations’ - the Pissarro family


71: ‘Hurry along!’ - Frank Auerbach, Olafur Eliasson & Eileen Mayo


70: ‘17 = 276’ - Seventeen Gallery


69: ‘Spirit of a City’ – Liverpool Biennial inc Amelie von Wulffen


68: ‘Please Release Me’ - BANK


67: ‘The Process of Fashion’ - Alexis Harding / Morten Skrøder Lund


66: ‘Late Arrival’ - Clive Hodgson


65: '28 Years and 1.1’ - Sarah Anne Johnson


64: ‘Only Connect’ - Paul Chan / Jim Lambie


63: ‘Monitor as Star’ - The Block / Charlotte Prodger


62: ‘Constable at the Double’ - John Constable / Victor Pasmore


61: ‘Ellipso and Downpoint’ - Marc Vaux / McArthur Binyon


60: 'No Pencils in Ramsgate' - Cedric Christie / Loukas Morley


59: 'Fifty Years After Fashion' - Alan Davie / Lynn Chadwick


58: ‘Dolls Are Us’ - Laurie Simmons / Liane Lang


57: ‘Internal Cyclic Self-portrayal’ - Tom Dale / Miler Lagos


56: ’Skull Surprise’ - Zhang Huan / Rafael Gómezbarros


55: ‘Tale of the Tape’ - Alastair Gordon / Kees Goudzwaard


54: ‘Those Gallery Weekends Compared’ - Berlin vs London inc Giuseppe Penone / Wlofgang Laib


53: ‘The Name Game’ - Psuedoyms inc Georg Baselitz


52: ‘Trapezohedral’ - Albrecht Dürer / Graham Gussin / Miroslav Balka


51: ‘The Quick Fix’ - Leah Capaldi / Haim Steinbach

50: ‘Volcano in the Garden’ - Rosa Loy / Günther Uecker

49: ‘Before and After the Internet’ - Carolyn Thompson

48: ‘Positively Completed’ - Poppy Sebire / Nettie Horn / Man & Eve / WW / Bischoff Weiss / Ceri Hand


47: ‘Material Realities’ - Ephrem Solomon / Armand Boua


46: ‘The Red Room’ - Felix Vallotton / Kees Van Dongen / Uliana Apatina


45: ‘What To Wear in Town and Country’ - David Hepher


44: ‘Sculpture and Self-Forgery’ - Giorgio de Chirico


43: ‘Plagiarism Rehearst’ - Damien Hirst / Bart van der Leck


42: ‘Love in the City’ - Paula MacArthur


41: ‘The Framed Ceramic Clothing Coincidence’ - Samantha Donnelly / Jessica Jackson Hutchins


40: ‘Beattieful London’ – Dominic & Basil Beattie


39: 'LAF': Nash & Barnes-Graham


38: 'That’s New!' - Tomma Abts


37: ‘Drawn Together’ – Mary & Kenneth Martin


36: ‘Have I gone too far?’ – Honore Daumier


35: Collisions in Space – Alison Gill


34: ‘The Christmas Kiss’ - Nezaket Ekici


33: ‘Stoned’ – Bill Woodrow


32. ‘The Surprising Nude’ – Ivon Hitchens


31. ‘Good as Old?’ - Tatlin etc reconstructed


30. ‘Late Light in Venice’ – Bill Culbert / Pedro Cabrita Reis 29. ‘The Lights Staying Off’ – Martin Creed


28. ‘Obsessive, Me?’ – Peter Dreher


27: ‘Look, No Canvas’ – Jonathan Gabb


26: ‘Sex & Excess’ - Frieze / Allen Jones


25: ‘When Photos are Paintings and Paintings are Photos’ - James White-


24: ‘Gum That Stays Chewed’ - Alex Hoda


23: ‘One Thing on Top of Another’ - Hannah Maybank / Jacob Felländer


22: ‘The Big Three in Amsterdam’ – Rembrandt, Vermeer, Van Gogh


21: ‘Pierdom ‘ - Simon Roberts


20: ‘One Leg Good’ – Hans Hartung


19: ‘Where’s the Picasso Museum?’ – Pablo Picasso


18: ‘How Much To Say?’ – Information in galleries


17: ‘How to Get into a Gallery’ – Henry Moore


16: ‘Marooned With Caulfield’ – Patrick Caulfield


15: ‘Tongue Talk’ – Emma Hart / Michael Dean


14: ‘Feathers’ Light’ - Kate MccGwire


13: ‘Minimum Values’ – Martin John Callanan /Moyra Davey


12: ‘What About The Ceiling?’ - Robert Morris 
 
11: ‘What Isn’t There’ – Merlin James / LS Lowry 

10: ‘Weaving And The Web’ - Gerhard Richter 

 9: ‘Same Work, Different Place’ - Nina Katchadourian 

 8: ‘Basel’s Tichý Show Within The Show’ - Miroslav Tichý

7: ‘Bananas In Basel’ - Jeppe Hein / Seven Allan

6: ‘How Unique Is That?’ - Allan McCollum / Michael Landy

5: ‘Regarding the Medium’ - Rodney Graham

4: ‘Mind the Lack Of Gap’ - Sarah Adams

3: ‘The Opening Laid Bare’ – Konrad Wyrebek

2: ‘The Size of It’ - Jonathan Delafield Cooke

1: ‘Blind Stuff’ - Robert Morris - May 2013









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I was in my leisure time Editor at Large of Art World magazine (which ran 2007-09)and now write freelance for such as Art Monthly, The Art Newspaper and Border Crossings. I have curated five shows in London during 2013-15 with more on the way.Going back a bit my main writing background is poetry. My day job is public sector financial management.

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