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Thank you to everyone who has visited Peter Wächtler’s exhibition, Far Out, over the past few months. The exhibition is now in its final week, open until 11 December, Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm. To read a recent review of the exhibition in Flash Art online, please click here

Shen Xin is in residence on Chisenhale Gallery’s Instagram during December. As part of our 21st Century programme, Shen produced Forms Escape: Prologue, an event examining the practice of Tibetan Buddhism in Europe. For her Instagram residency Shen presents current research on the assimilation of religious practices across different cultural contexts, in both Europe and Asia. To watch Shen’s online commission, please click here. 

Stop Play Record filmmaker Raheela Suleman was producing her new short film this weekend. Suleman is working with Chisenhale Gallery and a team of film professionals to produce the film, which will be released early next year. To watch short films by previous Stop Play Record filmmakers, click here for Ayo Akingbade’s Tower XYZ, and click here for William Glass’ Shiners. Images are from the shoot.

Our special Chisenhale Gallery Christmas Discount continues with 10% off all Chisenhale Editions available until 13 January 2017. Chisenhale Friends and Patrons will receive a 20% discount, click here to join as a Friend or Patron. Orders must be placed before 13 December 2016 for delivery before Christmas. To view the whole range, please visit our online shop.   

Congratulations to Chisenhale Gallery alumni Florian Hecker for his solo exhibition Formulations at the MMK 3 of the MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main and Ahmet Öğüt for his inclusion in the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016, Forming in the pupil of an eye. 

Once again, we would like to congratulate Chisenhale Gallery alumni Anthea Hamilton, Helen Marten and Josephine Pryde for their Turner Prize 2016 nomination, and we would like to wishall four nominees the very best for this evening’s award ceremony. The event will be streamed live from Tate Britain on BBC News at 9.30pm.

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