WHAT'S NEW?

  • 26-10-2015
  • Rachael Champion at Hales Gallery

  • Rachael Champion will be showing new work alongside Agnes Denes and Rachel Pimm at Hales Gallery - opening on the 29th October. Although having very different practices, underlying the distinct and diverse practices of these three artists is a refusal to work within reductive and traditional binaries in exploring the relationship between humanity and nature. Alongside historic images of Dene's historic Wheatfield project in Battery Park (1982) the exhibition will feature new large scale works by Rachael Champion which we are told will require their own 'life-support systems' while in the gallery. Pimm meanwhile will be showing a new video 'India Rubber' which will bring us closer to the material processes which often seem geographically distant or intellectually abstract. The exhibition runs until which runs until the 18th December. For more info : http://www.halesgallery.com/exhibitions/86/installation_shots/

  • 30-09-2015
  • Alex Hartley awarded COAL Art and Environment Prize for 'Nowhere'

  • For its 6th edition, the COAL Prize called for artists to provide inspiration for the COP21 climate negotiations. 389 artists from 51 countries answered the call. The COAL Art & Environment Prize isone of the milestones of ArtCOP21, the cultural agenda for the 2015 Paris Climate conference. Initiated by COAL in collaboration with Cape Farewell, ArtCOP21 proposes a journey through art, bringing the best cultural initiatives in relation to COP21, and an agenda of events to demonstrate the central position of creativity in ecological transition and sustainable development. Congratulations to Alex whose project 'Nowhereisland' was one of 12 Artist Taking The Lead projects for the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad funded by Arts Council England.

  • 30-09-2015
  • Alex Hartley awarded COAL Art and Environment Prize for 'Nowhere'

  • For its 6th edition, the COAL Prize called for artists to provide inspiration for the COP21 climate negotiations. 389 artists from 51 countries answered the call. The COAL Art & Environment Prize isone of the milestones of ArtCOP21, the cultural agenda for the 2015 Paris Climate conference. Initiated by COAL in collaboration with Cape Farewell, ArtCOP21 proposes a journey through art, bringing the best cultural initiatives in relation to COP21, and an agenda of events to demonstrate the central position of creativity in ecological transition and sustainable development. Congratulations to Alex whose project 'Nowhereisland' was one of 12 Artist Taking The Lead projects for the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad funded by Arts Council England.