• STUART BRISLEY, ZL656395C, 1972

    Everywhere Studio, ICA Miami

    The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami will open its new permanent home on December 1, 2017 with a major group exhibition exploring the significance of the artist’s studio, from the post-war period to the present day. Encompassing some 100 works in painting, sculpture, video, and installation, The Everywhere Studio brings together over 50 artists from the past five decades to reveal the artist’s studio as a charged site that has both predicted and responded to broader social and

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  • Drawing Room Confessions Presents… Stuart Brisley

    Drawing Room Confessions Presents… Stuart Brisley

    Featuring influential performance artist Stuart Brisley alongside Michael Newman , Hayley Newman, Anne Tallentire and John Seth, this event enacts a network of alliances through a chain of live encounters. To coincide with the latest issue of Drawing Room Confessions dedicated to Stuart Brisley, each speaker has been chosen by the artist to take part in a collective conversation animating art and social practice. Drawing Room Confessions is a journal that plays with the serious (and

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  • STUART BRISLEY, And for today... nothing<br>Gallery House, London, 1972

    This Way Out of England, Gallery House in Retrospect at Raven Row

    Over seven weekends Raven Row celebrates Gallery House, one of the most influential and extraordinary contemporary art spaces in London in the early 1970s. Through performances, screenings and discussions, accompanied by a changing presentation of artworks and archival material, This Way Out of England charts Gallery House’s exceptional programme, led by director Sigi Krauss and assistant director Rosetta Brooks. Neither a retrospective nor an archival

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  • Frieze London

    Frieze London

    Galeria Jaqueline Martins

    Booth G16

    Frieze London 6-9 October 2016

     

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  • From The Georgiana Collection, Hales London New York

    From The Georgiana Collection, Hales London New York

    Hales is pleased to announce Stuart Brisley’s solo exhibition From The Georgiana Collection. This will be the gallery’s first exhibition with Brisley.   Across Brisley’s ground-breaking career, which has encompassed painting, sculpture, site-specific installation, sound, photography, writing, film and performance, he has remained committed to making work that questions existing social and political structures. In the late 1960s, he pioneered the development of

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Elephant in the Room, 2016

    Interregnum, Galeria Jaqueline Martins

    Interregnum   In his Prison Notebooks, Antonio Gramsci wrote: “The crisis consists precisely in the fact that the old is dying and the new cannot be born; in this interregnum a great variety of morbid symptoms appear.” Gramschi's analysis represents a condition of tensed-time, a live proposal. It is about the current time, the present time. Time of performance, time of the present situation and of the participants themselves. This is what a performance is: a live proposal

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Stuart Brisley | Studio Visit | TateShots, 2015

    Stuart Brisley | Studio Visit | TateShots

    Please go to the link to watch the video

    Tate

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  • Yes, but is it performable? Investigations on The Performative Paradox, Kunstlerhaus Graz I  Steirischer Herbst

    Yes, but is it performable? Investigations on The Performative Paradox, Kunstlerhaus Graz I Steirischer Herbst

    The exhibition "Yes, but is it performable? Further Investigations into the Performative Paradox" brings to Graz international artists who are exploring topical questions related to the performative with an aim to present new works in activating dialogical juxtaposition to works by historically formative forerunners. This elaborate experiment developes gradually, with new works entering the exhibition each week during the exhibition period while the settings of the performances playing out in

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Louise Bourgeois' Leg, 2002

    The Body Extended: Sculpture and Prosthetics, The Henry Moore Institute

    The Body Extended: Sculpture and Prosthetics explores how sculpture has responded to the technological supplementation of the body. Spanning the First World War to the present day, this exhibition of objects, drawings, films, photographs, paintings and archives from medical museum collections, focuses on analogue augmentation to the body, tracing how artists have addressed radical changes to the very thing humans know best: our bodies.   The First World War profoundly changed

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  • Conference Ouro Preto 2016 I International Network for Theory of History

    Conference Ouro Preto 2016 I International Network for Theory of History

    Dr Sanja Perovic on: History as Live Action - Performing the Past with Stuart Brisley 2nd INTH network conference:   The Practical Past: on the advantages and disadvantages of history for life   Ouro Preto, Brasil 23-26 August 2016   History and performance studies are often considered antithetical. History typically emphasizes distance and events firmly ‘in the past’, while performance focuses on presence, bodily immersion and action. Recently however there

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Recto/Verso with father, 1938

    As Before in Process Performance Presence, Kunstverein Braunschweig

    Curated by Tim Etchells including Boris Charmatz, Florian Roitmayr, Liam Gillik, Roman Ondak, Roni Horn, Tarek Atoui and others. PROCESS, PERFORMANCE, PRESENCE presents the multidimensional nature of the various artistic strategies in this thematically mapped-out field. Several works bear witness to much more than only diligence and endurance, they represent the life’s work of an artist, something he or she has engaged in every day. Other works of art reveal changes over the course of

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Moments of Decision/Indecision, 1975, Installation shot From Galeria Studio Archive, Warsaw 2016

    Z archiwum Galerii Studio (From Galeria Studio Archive) I Night of Museums in Warsaw

    Galeria Studio Teatr Studio im S.I.Witkiewicza Pl. Defilad 1, PKiN 00-901

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  • Dallas Art Fair

    Dallas Art Fair

    Dallas Art Fair

    Hales Gallery

    Booth A3

    14-17 April 2016

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Ken McMullen, Resistance, 1976, BFI

    Stuart Brisley in Ken McMullen's 'Resistance' at the AV Festival Biennial 2016

    Stuart Brisley participates in the AV Festival Biennial Part 1: Meanwhile, What about Socialism? Stuart Brisley will be participating in this edition with Ken McMullen in Ken's film Resistance. The film's title also gives its name to the festival's film programme: Resistance: British Documentary Film, Tue 1 - Thu 24 March 2016.   Resistance assembles fragments of raw material (archive film, performances, music, historical and psychological contradictions)

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  • STUART BRISLEY, DRAWN, 2-5 March 2016

    A new performance: Stuart Brisley | DRAWN at David Roberts Art Foundation

    A new 4day/24 hour performance titled DRAWN by Stuart Brisley specifically conceived for the David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF), from the 2nd - 5th March 2016. There will be a curated programme of the artist's films accompanying the live work. The programme is co-curated by João Laia.   "Meanings of drawn or it comes to the same thing follows a path similar to what a live action drawn out during 6 hours a day might be like: Evenness, equality (of time),

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Moments of Decision/Indecision, 1975, Galeria Teatra Studio, Palac Kultury i Nauki, Warsaw

    Performing for the Camera

    PERFORMING FOR THE CAMERA   18 February – 12 June 2016   Tate Modern  The Eyal Ofer Galleries     Tate Modern exhibition Performing for the Camera examines the variety of ways in which the photographic image has both documented and developed our understanding of performance since the invention of photography as a medium in the nineteenth century. The exhibition engages with both the serious business of art and performance and the humour and

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Incidents n Transit, 1992-2014

    Produced and Performed - An Afternoon of Conversation and Performance

    Produced and Performed An Afternoon of Conversation and Performance Sat 13 Feb Free, all welcome   DRAF hosts the second day in its series looking at performance through discussion and live acts.   Programme  3pm Louise O'Kelly (Block Universe Performance Festival) speaks to curators Capucine Perrot (formerly Tate), Lucia Pietroiusti(Serpentine Galleries), and Nicola Lees (Independent Curator, formerly Frieze Projects) about the

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Artist Project Peterlee / History Within Living Memory, 1976 - 1977

    Stedelijk Studies

    Delegating (community) action: Stuart Brisley’s Peterlee Project by Neylan Bagcioglu has been chosen for publication in the upcoming issue #3 of Stedelijk Studies focusing on ‘Performance’. The journal is published by the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

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  • STUART BRISLEY, ZL656395C, 1972, Gallery House, London

    Photography, Concept, Performance, Documentation, Drawing, Language

    Martha Wilson, Neke Carson, Eunice Golden, Hans Breder, Roy Colmer, Karen Shaw, Roberta Allen, Jaime Davidovich, Marc H. Miller, Colette, Susan Bee, Gerry Hayes, Roger Welch, Jack Smith, Morgan O’Hara, Gene Beery, Betty Tompkins, Arthur Cohen, Willoughby Sharp, Jared Bark, Stuart Brisley, Duff Schweninger Mitchell Algus Gallery 132 Delancey Street, 2nd Floor New York 10002 www.mitchellalgusgallery.com Review in Village Voice by Jennifer

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  • STUART BRISLEY, The Exhibition of a Film

    The Exhibition of A Film

    THE EXHIBITION OF A FILMWednesday 25 November, 18.30Tate Modern, Starr AuditoriumThis multidisciplinary project by Mathieu Copeland brings together visual artists, filmmakers, musicians and writers to ask can we consider an exhibition in the form of a film?Includes a sound work made for this project by Stuart Brisley. The Exhibition of a Film, a project conceived by Mathieu Copeland with Mac Adams, Fia Backström, Robert Barry, Erica Baum, Stuart Brisley, Jonathan Burrows, Nick Cave, David

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  • STUART BRISLEY, The Exhibition of a Film

    L'Exposition D'un Film / The Exhibition of A Film

    L'EXPOSITION D'UN FILM / THE EXHIBITION OF A FILMCNEAI de Chatou, FranceThis multidisciplinary project by Mathieu Copeland brings together visual artists, filmmakers, musicians and writers to ask can we consider an exhibition in the form of a film?Includes a sound work made for this project by Stuart Brisley.CNEAI de

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Before the Mast, 2013

    DEAD HISTORY LIVE ART

    Title of session:Can performance teach us about history and historical time?Sanja Perovic in conversation with Stuart Brisley.Dr. Perovic will give a specific account of her current and ongoing collaboration with the time-based performance art of Stuart Brisley: 'Dead History, Live Art: Encounters with Stuart Brisley’. This presentation will introduce the French Revolutionary Calendar (the topic of Dr. Perovic's previous research) and then consider the implications of the calendar in

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  • STUART BRISLEY, The Exhibition of a Film

    L'Exposition D'un Film / The Exhibition of A Film

    L'EXPOSITION D'UN FILM / THE EXHIBITION OF A FILM18 September 2015This multidisciplinary project by Mathieu Copeland brings together visual artists, filmmakers, musicians and writers to ask can we consider an exhibition in the form of a film?Includes a sound work made for this project by Stuart Brisley. The Exhibition of a Film, a project conceived by Mathieu Copeland with Mac Adams, Fia Backström, Robert Barry, Erica Baum, Stuart Brisley, Jonathan Burrows, Nick Cave, David

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Homage to the Commune, 1976

    THE WORLD AS IT IS AND THE WORLD AS IT COULD BE

    THE WORLD AS IT IS AND THE WORLD AS IT COULD BE ArteBA, Buenos Aires, June 3-7 Curated by Julieta González  In this edition, the Venezuelan curator Julieta González will present more than 40 works, performances and workshops of 35 international artists from 12 countries: Argentina, Belarus, Brazil, Colombia, the Netherlands, Spain, United States, France, Puerto Rico, UK and Switzerland. The title of the exhibition which will occupy an area of 800 m2 at the fair is "The

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  • STUART BRISLEY, House of the Mesopotamian Cat, 2015

    3rd Mardin Biennial "Mythologies"

    3rd Mardin Biennial "Mythologies"
 Opening 15 May 2015 www.mardinbienali.org/2014/eng.asp A report on the first Mardin Bienali in New York Times Demet Alkatip in Sanatatak on the 3rd Mardin Biennial Demokrat Haber Agos - Serdar Korucu Kunst:Biennale in der Turkei / Arte TV Skylife  Mahsum Cicek in SanatAtak Melike BAyik in Artful Living A new sound work House of the Mesopotamian Cat The body of a cat found at the site of the 19th century Mor Efrem Monastery in Mardin is the

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Before The Mast, 2013

    A new sound work for Belfast

    Headwinds closing performance - A new sound work for Belfast. Thursday 23 April at 6pm.To mark the close of the exhibition Stuart Brisley: Headwinds we are delighted to be presenting a new piece of live performance from the artist at a significant off-site location in Belfast city centre.Contained within a magnificently dilapidated space initially built as site for industry, labour, and exchange, Stuart Brisley will be presenting a new sound work responding to this charged environment on

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  • The Body Politic: Resistance + Q&A

    The Body Politic: Resistance + Q&A

    UK 1976
Directed by Ken McMull
enWith Stuart Brisley, Marc Chaimowicz, Jack O’Connell, Sam Reid, Sean Harris
.90 min This bold film invites sustained, deep engagement as it works through a steady stream of ideas around the theme of resistance, both in its political and psychological manifestations. Artists Stuart Brisley and Marc Camille Chaimowicz assume the roles of historical figures from the French Resistance, and eventually reach breaking point as theatrical limits are met and

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Stuart Brisley: Performing the Political Body and Eating Shit

    Stuart Brisley: Performing the Political Body and Eating Shit

    Michael Newman Stuart Brisley: Performing the Political Body and Eating Shit Published by MAC Belfast and Museum of Ordure ISBN 978 0 9575299 2 2     Publication date: 26 March 2015 Please download the PDF by going to 10's/Text

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  • STUART BRISLEY, The Cenotaph Project

    Panel Discussion: The Cenotaph Project & The Public Sphere

    Panel Discussion: The Cenotaph Project & The Public Sphere26 Mar 2015 at 19:30 The Hub, MAC BelfastPanel: Stuart Brisley, Maya Balcioglu, Dr Sanja Perovic, Dr Colin Darke and Tony White.The British painter, sculptor and performance artist Stuart Brisley is widely regarded as a key figure in British art. Along with his frequent collaborator, Maya Balcioglu, he has unflinchingly probed the political, cultural and social mores of his time in a career now spanning six decades.The word

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  • basal

    basal

    21 Feb - 11 Apr 2015

    Opening 20 Feb 6-9pm

    Aanant & Zoo

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  • STUART BRISLEY, 1=66,666, 1983, Arts Council England Collection

    History is Now: 7 Artists Take On Britain, Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, London

    This major exhibition looks at art, life, culture since 1945 and is unusual in that it features 7 artists-as-curators who are working on themes or episodes drawn from recent history of their own choosing. The artists are: Richard Wentworth, Jane and Louise Wilson, John Akomfrah, Roger Hiorns, Hannah Starkey, and Simon Fujiwara. Hayward Gallery The Guardian review Artnet review Review in The Telegraph The Observer review Huffington Post Time Out review thisistomorrow

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  • STUART BRISLEY, MAC, Belfast, 29 January-26 April 2015

    Stuart Brisley : Headwinds, MAC Belfast

    Stuart Brisley Headwinds MAC Belfast 29 January-26 April 2015 http://themaclive.com/ Meet The Artist Stuart Brisley, MAC Belfast interview Luke Clancy interviews Stuart Brisley on RTÉ Culture File (Raidió Teilifís Éireann) - Irish National Radio and

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  • ABRAKADABRA (on the magical dimension of sound, from the word to siren songs and radio waves), Galeria Jaqueline Martins, Sao Paulo

    ABRAKADABRA (on the magical dimension of sound, from the word to siren songs and radio waves), Galeria Jaqueline Martins, Sao Paulo

    ABRAKADABRA (on the magical dimension of sound, from the word to siren songs and radio waves) Curated by Claudia Rodriguez-Ponga 6 November 2014 - 24 January 2015 http://www.galeriajaquelinemartins.com.br/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Galeria-Jaqueline-Martins/164791773544846 Abrakadabra in

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  • STUART BRISLEY, 4.35pm, 25.12.77 / Self portrait, 1979, British Museum Collection © The Trustees of the British Museum

    BREATH

    BREATH A new performance by Stuart Brisley Royal Academy Life Rooms, commissioned by Modern Art Oxford as part of Stuart Brisley's exhibition State of Denmark 7pm 29 October 2014   From Wikipedia:  mise en abyme: The modern meaning of the phrase originates with the author André Gide who used it to describe self-reflexive embeddings in various art-forms and to describe what he sought in his own work. As examples, Gide cites both paintings such as Las Meninas by Diego

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  • STUART BRISLEY, The Cenotaph Project, The Chapel, King's College 2014

    UNDERGROUND - Arts and Humanities Festival, Chapel, King's Building

      The Cenotaph Project and the Public Sphere presented by the Department of French and the Centre for Enlightenment Studies in  UNDERGROUND - Arts and Humanities Festival Friday 24 October 2014 / 19:00 to 20:30 Chapel, King's Building, Strand Campus London http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/ahfest/index.aspx The Cenotaph Project and the Public Sphere Please go to the text page for The Holborn Cenotaph by Tony

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Members of the IRA in Dirty Disguises: Heads of Sean Hick, Paul Hughes, Donna Maguire, 1994, Collection: The British Museum

    This is What Comes…, The Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast

    The Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast Preview Thursday 23rd October This exhibition will feature a number of key works by international artists who have made work in or about Northern Ireland. The show will explore how this work has been critically received beyond Northern Ireland and what impact this has made towards the broader understanding of ‘the troubles’, featuring artists Mike Kelley, Stuart Brisley and Phil Collins & a film by Irene Sosa on Nancy Spero in

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  • STUART BRISLEY, 10 Days, 1973,

    artBO Feria Internacional de Arte de Bogota

    artBO Feria Internacional de Arte de Bogota

    Galeria Jaqueline Martins

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  • 3rd Mardin Biennial

    3rd Mardin Biennial "Mythologies"

    3rd Mardin Biennial "Mythologies"  17 October 2014-17 November 2014 The Bienale has been postponed in response to the recent and developing events. http://www.mardinbienali.org/www/ “Mitolojiler” konseptli 3. Mardin Bienali’ni coğrafyamızdaki halkların yaşadığı acılar nedeniyle ileri bir tarihe erteliyoruz. Sanat susmaz, susmayacak ancak vakit çocuk çığlıklarını duymanın vaktidir. Bizler 3. Uluslararası Mardin Bienali Ekibi

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  • STUART BRISLEY, 10 Days/5th Year Anniversary, Acme Gallery, 1978

    72-82

    72-82

    A film by William Raban on the first 10 years of ACME

    www.britishcouncil.org

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  • SEMINAR: SYSTEMICS #4: AVANTGARDE AS NETWORK

    SEMINAR: SYSTEMICS #4: AVANTGARDE AS NETWORK

    In connection with the exhibition Systemics #4: Aarhus Rapport – Avantgarde as network (or, the politics of the ultralocal), Kunsthal Aarhus holds a day seminar. The event is developed and moderated by Marianne Ping Huang (Aarhus University). The notion of the avant-garde as an artistic, social, and political force operating on the edge of history has been challenged with a more recent focus on the 20th Century avant-garde movements. For the last decade or so avant-garde

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Kino Pravda, Dziga Vertov, 1922

    Systemics#4: Aarhus Rapport – the avantgarde as network (or, the politics of the ultralocal), Kunsthal Aarhus

    Systemics#4: Aarhus Rapport – the avantgarde as network (or, the politics of the ultralocal)     Kunsthal Aarhus27 September - 19 December 2014 http://kunsthalaarhus.dk/en/programme#overlay=en/programmes/systemics-4-aarhusrapport-1969-2017-avantgarde-as-network-or-the-politics-of Museum of Ordure Kunstkritikk review   quote: "It was perhaps no coincidence that the most critical gaze of the discussion came from the

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  • «L’EXPOSITION D'UN FILM» in BIENNALE OF MOVING IMAGES 2014, CENTRE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN GENEVE

    «L’EXPOSITION D'UN FILM» in BIENNALE OF MOVING IMAGES 2014, CENTRE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN GENEVE

    A new sound work in «L’EXPOSITION D'UN FILM» – A FILM BY MATHIEU COPELAND BIENNALE OF MOVING IMAGES 2014 CENTRE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN GENEVE 18 September - 23 November 2014 www.centre.ch   Taking its construct both within the reality of a film and its medium, The Exhibition of a Film (L'Exposition d'un film) envisages through a polyphony of sound and images the possible textures offered by the cinematic environment. The time of the film stems from the

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Being and Doing, 1984, Arts Council/Concord Media Collection

    Zbigniew Warpechowski. It, ZACHĘTA, Warsaw

    Being and Doing, 1984
    In

    ZBIGNIEW WARPECHOWSKI. IT

    20 September - 11 November 2014

    ZACHĘTA – NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART

    www.zacheta.art.pl

     

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  • STUART BRISLEY, State of Denmark, installation view, Modern Art Oxford, 2014

    Stuart Brisley, State Of Denmark, Modern Art Oxford

      Stuart Brisley, State Of Denmark, Modern Art Oxford Curated by David Thorp with the Museum of Ordure 19 September – 16 November 2014 Opening reception: 19 September 2014   "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark"  Hamlet (1.4), Marcellus to Horatio, William Shakespeare As the end of the twentieth century drew near the author and political commentator Richard Gott writing about Stuart Brisley considered the state of British institutions, censuring

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  • STUART BRISLEY, The Cenotaph Project, 1987-91, Installation (with Maya Balcioglu)

    Monument

      Monument Sainsbury Centre for Visual ArtsUniversity of East AngliaNorwich NR4 7TJ 28 March –24 August 2014 And: The Undercroft, Norwich: 6 June – 10 August Monument is a word that exists in English and French with almost the same range of meanings broadly to do with commemoration and memory, grandeur and endurance, hubris and impact. It has been chosen to provide an overall theme for a series of inter-connected exhibitions of contemporary art in the cross-channel region

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Brick Lane, 1988–91

    Common People: Tate-Hope Lecture at Tate Liverpool

    Common People

    Tate–Hope Lecture at:

    The Great Hall
    The Cornerstone Building
    The Creative Campus
    17 Shaw Street
    Liverpool L6 1HP

    Friday 14 March 2014 at 18:30

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Untitled, 1976–2014

    Keywords: Art, Culture and Society in 1980s Britain

    Keywords: Art, Culture and Society in 1980s Britain

    curated by Gavin Delahunty and Grant Watson, Tate Liverpool

    28 February – 11 May 2014

    Click here for Tate Liverpool 

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  • STUART BRISLEY, 01.01.CM collection of the Museum of Ordure, 2014

    01.01.CM collection of the Museum of Ordure, book launch

      01.01.CM collection of the Museum of Ordurepublished by Antipyrine printed by Specialtrykkeriet Viborg© Copyfarleft / kopimi 2014ISBN 978-87-93108-07-3 http://www.ordure.org/collection/01-01-cm/ Book launch 19 February 2014 Kunsthal Aarhus http://kunsthalaarhus.dk/en/programme#overlay=en/programmes/book-launch-from-the-collection-of-the-museum-of-ordure-published-by-antipyrine Museum of Ordure is a self-institution that explores the cultural value of ordure

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Museum of Ordure, 2002

    Systemics #3. Against the idea of growth, towards poetry (or, how to build a universe that doesn't fall apart two days later)

    Systemics #3. Against the idea of growth, towards poetry (or, how to build a universe that doesn't fall apart two days later)Kunsthal Aarhus11 January - 2 April 2014 "Waste grounds are the most concrete emblems of every economic cycle." (Roberto Saviano, Gomorrah, 2006) The exhibition, that partly borrows its title from Danish artist Jacob Kolding , reflects on the relationship between advanced technologies and everyday life; the complex global processes that shape current economic,

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Black and white photograph showing a view of Yoden Way, Peterlee, 1976

    Tate Archive Show and Tell: Stuart Brisley

    Tate Archive Show and Tell: Stuart Brisley

    Tate Britain, Tate Library and Archive
    Friday 10 January 2014 Two sessions at 12.30 and 13.30 Booking is essential
    http://www.tate.org.uk/

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Hille Fellowship, 1970, Polywheel

    Ways of Working: the Incidental Object curated by Julieta Gonzalez, by invitation of Artissima

            Ways of Working: the Incidental Objectcurated by Julieta Gonzalez, by invitation of ArtissimaFondazione Merz, Turin, ItalyNovember 7th, 2013 – January 12th,

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Homage to the Commune, 1976, 21 unique gelatine silver prints mounted individually on card
Installation view at Artissima 2013, Back to the Future

    Back to the future: solo stand at Artissima

    Back to the future: solo stand at Artissima

    8–10 November 2013

    Torino, Italy

    www.artissima.it

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Stuart Brisley at Mummery+Schnelle, 2013

    Stuart Brisley at Mummery+Schnelle

                Stuart Brisley at Mummery+Schnelle16 October – 30 November 2013Opening: Thursday 17 October 6–8pm Please go to the text section for: - an interview by Louisa Buck in The Art Newspaper, Number 250, October 2013;- a review of the exhibitions by Martin Holman, Art Review, January-February

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Before the Mast, 2013

    Before the Mast

    A new 10 day performance

    One Revolutionary hour daily for 10 days at domobaal

    21/ 22/ 23/ 24/ 25/ 26/27/28/29/30 November 2013 

    Before the Mast
    http://www.domobaal.com/exhibitions/75-13-stuart-brisley-01.html

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Stuart Brisley at domobaal, 2013

    Stuart Brisley at domobaal

              Stuart Brisley at domobaal4 October–30 November 2013Opening: Friday 4 October 2013, 6–8pm Please go to the text section for: - an interview by Louisa Buck in The Art Newspaper, Number 250, October 2013;- a review of the exhibitions by Martin Holman, Art Review, January-February 2014. - a review of the exhibitions by Peter Suchin, Art Monthly, February 2014.  Wall Street

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  • STUART BRISLEY, 10 Days/5th Year Anniversary, 1978, Acme Gallery

    Acme Studios: The First Decade (1972–82)

    Pat Matthews Gallery (Gallery 4), Whitechapel Gallery7 September 2013 — 23 February 2014 This archive exhibition charts the beginnings of Acme Studios. Formed in 1972 by recent graduates, Acme pioneered the use of short-life houses to establish the first communities of artists in East London. Over this period it expanded to support many hundreds more with affordable living and studio space as well as through its diverse programme at The Acme Gallery in Covent Garden from 1976 to

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Being and Doing, 1984, Arts Council/Concord Media Collection

    Konteksty/Contexts

    Contexts 2013 - 3rd International Sokolovsko Festival of Ephemeral Art28 July – 1 August 2013  Fundacja Sztuki Współczesnej "In Situ"In Situ Contemporary Art

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Early assemblage, New York, 1963

    Stuart Brisley Part 1 (circa 1960–80): Studio Visit on Resonance FM

    Stuart Brisley Part 1 (circa 1960 – 80) By Morgan Quaintance, Studio Visit on Resonance FM June 13, 2013 / SERIES THREE  Endurance, primal regression, ordure and disharmony these are some of the key themes in Stuart Brisley’s challenging performance art work. In this interview Brisley discusses the genesis and progress of his practice from the 1960s to ’80s. Download here:

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Study for 'Semenal Sequences', 1995–96, Collection: The British Museum
© The Trustees of the British Museum

    British Museum Recent acquisitions: Arcimboldo to Kitaj

    British MuseumRecent Acquisions: Arcimboldo to Kitaj30 May – 1 September 2013   This exhibition gives an extraordinary glimpse of 11,000 prints and drawings acquired by the British Museum over the past five years. The 130 pieces on display will show how the Museum’s collection of graphic works has grown in recent years through generous gifts and bequests. The collection’s unique breadth and depth will be displayed in three distinct sections that span continents and

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  • STUART BRISLEY, ZL636595C, 1972, Gallery House, London, Collection: Tate

    Tate Liverpool, DLA Series: Constellations

    Stuart Brisley's work 'ZL636595C' (1972) in the Tate collection is currently on display at Tate Liverpool as part of DLA Piper Series:

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Estonia, 2007

    1933, 1943, 1953 –INTERACTIONS the International Art Festival

    MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art Krakow
    May 2013

    http://mocak.com.pl/en/mocak

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Haxey Hood

    Stuart Brisley chairs Afterall Film Club

    Afterall Film Club
    Stuart Brisley chairs Afterall Film Club
    Thursday 18 April 2013
    18.20–21.00 

    http://www.afterall.org/events/afterall-film-club-stuart-brisley

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Collaboration I, 2006, Stuart Brisley | Manuel Vason

    Re-Performance. Between Performance and Photography

    Re-Performance. Between Performance and Photography
    BWA Sokół, Nowy Sącz, Poland
    22 March – 21 April 2013

    www.bwasokol.pl

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Prenzlauerberg, 1990

    Stuart Brisley: Photographs

    Stuart Brisley: PhotographsGallery 2 Mummery+Schnelle44a Charlotte RoadLondonEC2A 3PD 6–28 March 2013 Stuart Brisley’s work moves between art contexts and social ones. It is addressed to the politics of consumption, class relations and authority. Brisley is best known as a key figure in British performance art, but what deserves to be better recognized is the importance of painting, photography and drawing to his practice, and how his work in these media contribute to a more wide

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Moments of Decision/Indecision, 1975

    A Bigger Splash: Painting after Performance Panel Discussion

    A Bigger Splash: Painting after Performance Panel DiscussionTate Modern, Starr AuditoriumFriday 1 March 2013, 15.00–17.00£15, concessions available, tickets include entry into exhibition This panel discussion draws on the debates around the relationship between painting and performance raised by Tate’s current major exhibition A Bigger Splash: Painting after Performance. Opening with Jackson Pollock and David Hockney, it approaches how new art practices led to an expansion of

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Estonia, 2007

    National Martime Museum: At the Water's Edge Film Festival

    National Martime Museum: At the Water's Edge Film FestivalRomney Rd, Greenwich SE10 9NF  23–24 February 2013 A response to Ansel Adams: Photography from the Mountains to the Sea exhibition.Film programme curated by Sukhdev Sandhu, Bryony Dixon and Amy Watson.Estonia will be shown as part of this

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  • STUART BRISLEY, The Game, 1969/2011, edition 5

    Stuart Brisley: Selected Works 1969–2009

    Stuart Brisley
    Selected Works 1969-2009

    at
    Mummery + Schnelle
    83 Great Titchfield Street, London W1W 6RH
    +44 20 7636 7344

    13–17 November 2012
    Private view: Thursday 15 November, 6-8pm

    Mummery + Schnelle announcement

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Artist as Whore, 1972

    A Bigger Splash: Painting after Performance Art

    A Bigger Splash: Painting after Performance Art14 November 2012 – 1 April 2013 Click here to read review in The GuardianNovember 2012 Click here to read review in The TelegraphNovember 2012 Click here to read review in This Is Tomorrow magazineDecember 2012   Tate Modern A Bigger Splash will take a new look at the dynamic relationship between performance and painting from 1950 to the present day. Taking its title from David Hockney’s iconic 1967 image of a Californian

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Arbeit Macht Frei, 1973

    Moral Holiday

    Moral Holiday18 October 2012 – 12 January 2013  Northern Gallery forContemporary ArtCity Library and Arts CentreFawcett StreetSunderland SR1 1REwww.ngca.co.uk Artists include: Bruce Nauman, Valie Export, Paul McCarthy and Mike Kelley, Gordon Matta-Clark, Abel Abidin, Stuart Brisley, Ben Vautier, David Shrigley, Phil Collins, Ryan Gander, Murray Ballard, Martin Kellett, Darren Cullen, Teal Griffin, Sara Punshon, Rafael Rozendaal, Nicholas Keogh, Clarita Lulic, Marjolaine Ryley, Max

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Artist Project Peterlee / History Within Living Memory, 1976–77, Artist Placement Group

    Models and the Every Day, Stuart Brisley talk at Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź, Poland

    Models and the Everyday

    Stuart Brisley talk at Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź, Poland

    27 September 2012

     

    http://www.msl.org.pl/

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Moments of Decision/Indecision, 1975, Galeria Teatra Studio, Palac Kultury i Nauki, Warsaw

    Moby-Dick Big Read

    Unexpurgated 135 Chapters of Moby DickOnline project One chapter per day starting 16.09.12   Press Release13 September 2012 Stars have a whale of a time on Moby-Dick project @ www.mobydickbigread.com An ambitious project designed to bring a literary classic to the attention of a new generation of fans is nearing completion. The Moby-Dick Big Read has been two years in the making and will run for more than three months from its launch on 16 September at the Plymouth International Book

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Arbeit Macht Frei, 1973

    Parallel Universes: 1970–1985

    Parallel Universes: 1970–198524 July – 4 August 2012 The Block GalleryQUT Creative Industries PrecinctBrisbane, AustraliaParallel Universes: 1970 – 1985, explores historic video art and the specific vernacular developed at different geographic locations: Australia, U.S.A., U.K. and Japan. The exhibition will explore the commonalities and differences, within broad conceptual frameworks, between the works produced in these regions. The impetus for this show has come about from

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Arbeit Macht Frei, 1973

    Bomb Culture

    Bomb Culture BFI South Bank   6 July 2012, 6:20 PM 11 July 2012, 6:20 PM Click here for more information and to book tickets   Programme Colour Poems (1974 UK. Directed by Margaret Tait. 12min) Bang! (1967 UK. Directed by Bob Godfrey. 8min) Speak (1962 UK. Directed by John Latham. 10min) Meatdaze (1968 UK. Directed by Jeff Keen.10min) O Dreamland (1953 UK. Directed by Lindsay Anderson. 11min) How to Have a Bath (1971 UK. Directed Bruce Lacey & Jill Bruce. 5min) Arbeit Macht

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Stuart Brisley interview with Brian Catling, 2012

    ELAA European Live Art Archive interview with Stuart Brisley

      Click here for the complete audio of the Stuart Brisley interview. Interviewed by Brian Catling. Stuart Brisley is a seminal internationally renowned artist whose experimental work has shaped and evolved contemporary visual intelligence for the last fifty years. He has been called the ‘Godfather of British performance art’, but his influence has never been contained inside a single field of expertise. He is also a painter, sculptor, writer, sound artist, film and video

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  • STUART BRISLEY, The Game, 1969

    Art Brussels 2012

    http://www.artbrussels.be

    http://thisisexile.com

    Click here to read the review in Handelsblatt

     

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Ending Imperfect (A Provisional Title), 2011

    Seminar on Performance, University of Basel

    Performance Studies, Department of Art History,  University of Basel Seminar on Performance Art and it's trans-generational transmission, including documentation and archiving. 29 March 2012 19.15 hours Kunsthistorisches Seminar der Universität Basel St. Alban-Graben 8,

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Jerusalem, 2010–2011

    Solo show at Exile/Berlin

      Click here to read review in White Hot Magazine March 2012 http://thisisexile.com   Mar 24 - Apr 29, 2012 Stuart Brisley Exile cordially invites you to the second solo exhibition of influential British artist Stuart Brisley. Following his 2010 inaugural gallery exhibition entitled Measurement and Division, which also was Brisley's first solo exhibition in Germany in over 20 years, his second exhibition now focuses on a rather unexpected perspective of Brisley's work and will

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  • STUART BRISLEY, A New Film: Next Door (the missing subject), 28 February – 28 April 2012

    A New Film: Next Door (the missing subject)

                Tuesday 24 April: Stuart Brisley in conversation with Charles Esche Art Monthly review by John Douglas MillarApril 2012 (Please go to Text section) Review by Paul Hobson, Contemporary Art SocietyApril 2012   PEER  99 Hoxton Street, London N1 6QL www.peeruk.org Direction and Sound: Stuart Brisley Camera: Chris Dorley-Brown Editor: Stephen Connolly Forthcoming event: Tuesday 24 April at 6.30pm Stuart Brisley in conversation with

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Spirits of Internationalism: 6 European Collections, 1956-1986, 2012

    Spirits of Internationalism: 6 European collections, 1956–1986

    Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven and M HKA Antwerp   The title of this third exhibition is Spirits of Internationalism, which reflects the tension between the international (with its promises of a better world, but also with overtones of political and cultural hegemony) and the various regional and local art milieus represented in the L’Internationale project. Like the other exhibitions in this series it covers the period 1956–1986, characterised by the bipolarity of the Cold War and

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Document Performance, Galerie Exile, 2011

    Document Performance

    Group show, Exile, Berlin

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Untitled, 1961–62, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds Museums and Galleries

    United Enemies: The Problem of Sculpture in Britain in the 1960s and 1970s

    The Henry Moore Institute Leeds United Enemies looks at sculpture made by artists in Britain during the 1960s and 1970s, a time when the idea of sculpture was being radically contested. Curator Jon Wood looks at this highly fertile and experimental period, focusing on the dramatic changes in our understanding of the medium that occurred. Aside from the institutional contests and rivalries of the time, the exhibition invites us to think retrospectively about shared

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Ending Imperfect (A Provisional Title), 2011, Performance at Modern Art Oxford

    SOLO at Modern Art Oxford

    STUART BRISLEY Ending Imperfect – A Provisional Title  in SOLO at Modern Art Oxford     Performance: Saturday 26 November 2011, 4—8pm   A new performance for SOLO, a weekend of performances curated by Brian

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Arbeit Macht Frei (still), 1973

    Arbeit Macht Frei film screening and talk

    Tate Britain, Auditorium

    Friday 7 October 2011, 19:10–20:00

    Film screening and discussion with Catherine Wood, Curator, Contemporary Art/Performance, Tate Modern

    http://www.tate.org.uk/britain/

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Chair, 2011 (1996)

    Museum Show

    The Apparatus: Arnolfini 50th Anniversary Programme www.arnolfini.org.uk Throughout 2011, to mark our 50th anniversary, Arnolfini will be exploring a year-long theme entitled The Apparatus. This series of 'experimental blockbusters' will focus on the conditions of the art world today, particularly its systems of belief and valuation, its role within society, and its relationship to the wider political economy. The Apparatus is about the 'makings of' artists, of artworks, of

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  • STUART BRISLEY, The Collection of Ordure, 2002

    Soft Machines

    The Pace Gallery
    545 W 22nd St
    New York
    www.thepacegallery.com

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Beneath Dignity, 1977

    Has The Film Already Started

    Performance in Context: 1969–1977

    Tate Britain

    www.tate.org.uk

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Prenzlauerberg, 1990

    Stuart Brisley receives the 2011 Bryan Robertson Award

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  • STUART BRISLEY, ZL636595c, 1972

    British Art 1500–2011

    British Art 1500–2011

    Art for Whom? in Gallery 5, Tate Britain

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  • Goodbye London - Radical Art and Politics in the Seventies

    Goodbye London - Radical Art and Politics in the Seventies

    At Motorenhalle, Projektzentrum für zeitgenössiche Kunst, Wachsbleichstr. 4a, D-01067 Dresden

    22 March – 29 April 2011

    www.motorenhalle.de

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  • A Life in Art: Monika Kinley

    A Life in Art: Monika Kinley

    Exhibition at Plymouth Arts Centre with work by artist friends of Monika Kinley.

    11 March – 1 May 2011

    www.plymouthartscentre.org

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Installation at Algus Greenspon, 2011

    Solo show at Algus Greenspon, New York

    Solo show at Algus Greenspon, New York 12 March – 23 April 2011 http://www.algusgreenspon.com Roberta Smith in New York Times 8 April 2011 Will Heinrich in The Observer 22 March

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  • Modern Mondays Talk, MoMA New York

    Modern Mondays Talk, MoMA New York

    Modern Mondays Talk, MoMA New York   14 March 2011   Museum of Modern Art: 11 West 53 Street, New York, NY

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  • Modern British Sculpture, Royal Academy of Arts

    Modern British Sculpture, Royal Academy of Arts

    Modern British Sculpture, Royal Academy of Arts   2011 will mark the thirtieth anniversary of the last exhibition to examine British sculpture of the twentieth century.   British Sculpture in the Twentieth Century was staged at the Whitechapel Art Gallery twenty years before the century had even ended, and it is even longer since the Royal Academy last devoted its Main Galleries exclusively to a survey exhibition of sculpture, British Sculptors ‘72. 

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  • STUART BRISLEY, You Know it Makes Sense (with reference to allegations made against the British Army in Ulster concerning torture), 1972

    This Could Happen To You - Ikon in the 1970's

      This Could Happen To You - Ikon in the 1970's   This summer Ikon presents the second chapter in its history; a survey of the artistic programme from 1970 to 1978. This follows the 2004 exhibition Some of the best things in life happen accidentally: the beginning of Ikon. Works by thirty-two artists are displayed throughout the galleries, supplemented by installations at Ikon Eastside and the Pallasades Shopping Centre. Political commitment was important to many artists of the

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Arbeit Macht Frei, 1973

    Goodbye London - Radical Art and Politics in the Seventies

    Goodbye London - Radical Art and Politics in the Seventies   The exhibition focuses on the political culture of the 1970s in London and the UK. Against the backdrop of economic decline the country developed into a vital, politicized art scene, which took time and again in a temporary home to empty houses that have been given a new lease of up to 30,000 squatters. It created art and film collectives, to property speculation, the escalation of the conflict in Northern Ireland, the strikes

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  • STUART BRISLEY, The Last Breath, 2006 - 2010

    Super Farmers' Market

    A new work, The Last Breath is presented for the first time. Organised by Handel Street Projects. The video The Last Breath is the culmination of four performances under the title The Last Breath. The subject is derived from memories of two experiences of approaching death. The first was at Speakers Corner in 1967, when a speaker spoke of his immanent death. The other is derived from being the sole witness to a man burning to death in an East London park in 1998. In December 2006 a

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Installation views at Galerie Exile, 2010

    Solo show at Exile/Berlin

    Solo exhibition at Exile, Berlin. For further information please visit: www.thisisexile.com/project_sbrisley Click to read reviews in:ARTslanT Berlin, 12 June 2010Monopol, 23 June 2010Welt Am Sonntag, 27 June 2010Aesthetica Magazine, 1 August 2010   Exhibition Dates:12 June - 10 july 2010 ExileAlexandrinenstr 4, HH D-10969 Berlin Thursday - Saturday   12 - 6 pm and by

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Next Door (The missing subject)

    Next Door (The Missing Subject)

    Stuart Brisley has made performances, installations, public interventions, films, videos, drawings, photographs and paintings for over 50 years.  To mark PEER’s acquisition of the lease on 97 Hoxton Street, which will enable the organisation to expand into next door, Brisley will take up temporary residence amongst the trash and pandemonium of the former shop. Adopting the persona of RY Sirb, Brisley’s Curator of the Museum of Ordure, he will investigate and interrogate

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Pig Wars, 2008

    Modern Times: responding to chaos

    Modern Times: responding to chaos, Kettle's Yard   An Exhibition of drawings and films selected by Lutz Becker, the show will be traveling to the De la Warr Pavilion. It includes Stuart Brisley's drawing Pig Wars, 2008 Exhibition Dates: Kettle's Yard 16th January - 14th March 2010Castles Street Cambridge CB3 OAQ Open: Tuesdays- Sundays 11.30-5pm De la Warr Pavilion April – 13 June 2010BexhillEast Sussex TN40 1DP Open: 10am to 5pm (Monday to Friday) and 10am to 6pm

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  • STUART BRISLEY, Ten Days, 1973-74

    100 Years (version #2, ps1, nov 2009)

      100 Years (version #2, ps1, nov 2009)   P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center/MOMA and Performa 09 announce 100 Years (version #2, ps1, nov 2009), an exhibition presenting influential moments in the past century of performance art history. With over 200 works including film, photography, documents, and audio, 100 years presents a wealth of information that is largely unknown and is intended as an archive for students, scholars, and enthusiasts of the history of performance art. A

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