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1. Lydia Ourahmane, The Third Choir (2014). Installation view, Ellis King, 2015. 2. Paul Maheke, Seeking After the Fully Grown Dancer *deep within* (2016). 3. Banu Cennetoğlu, Library of Spirits (2014), Gwangju Biennale 10, 2014. 4. Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Saydnaya (the missing 19db) (2016). Installation view, 13th Sharjah Biennial, 2016.⠀
5/6/2017

Thank you to everyone who visited Maeve Brennan’s exhibition, The Drift, which came to an end on Sunday. The gallery is currently closed as we prepare for our forthcoming exhibition of new work by artist Luke Willis Thompson, which opens on Thursday 22 June, 6.30-8.30pm. To find out more, please click here. Chisenhale Gallery’s office is open during our usual hours, Monday to Friday, 10am-6pm.

Media coverage of Maeve Brennan’s exhibition includes Frieze, Artforum, ArtReviewStudio InternationalAesthetica, Art Asia Pacific and ApolloVisit the Audio/Video section of our website to watch Maeve Brennan in conversation with Erika Balsom, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies and Liberal Arts at King’s College London.  

This is the last week to apply for the position of Development and Operations Assistant at Chisenhale Gallery. The Development and Operations Assistant supports all areas of gallery operations and administration, with a particular focus on fundraising. For a full Job Description and further information on how to apply, please click here. Deadline on Monday, 12 June.

We are pleased to announce Chisenhale Gallery's 2018 commissions programme: Lydia Ourahmane, Paul Maheke, Banu Cennetoğlu and Lawrence Abu Hamdan. For more information on our current programme, please visit our Exhibitions page. To find out more about our historic programme, please visit our Archive. To receive regular updates on exhibitions and events at Chisenhale Gallery, please sign up to our Newsletter here.  

Generation Loss, an exhibition celebrating 10 years of Julia Stoschek Collection in Düsseldorf, Germany, opens this week featuring work by Chisenhale programme alumni Ed Atkins, Mark Leckey, James Richards, Wolfgang Tillmans and Jordan Wolfson, and forthcoming programme participant Hannah Black.


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