Thank you to everyone who joined us for the opening of Hannah Black’s exhibition, Some Context, which is now open until 10 December, Wednesday-Sunday, 12-6pm. On the first Thursday of each month the gallery has extended opening hours until 9pm. Photos are from the opening, by Mark Blower.
As part of the commissioning process, a programme of events has been devised in collaboration with Hannah Black. This includes a series of conversations in which participants have been invited to discuss a situation of their choice. Please join us on Wednesday 27 September, 7pm for a conversation between Derica Shields, writer, programmer and co-founder of The Future Weird, and Hudda Khaireh, an independent researcher and member of Thick/er Black Lines artist collective. This event is free to attend but booking is recommended. To reserve a place please visit our Eventbrite page here. For more information on all of the events, please click here.
To accompany her exhibition, a reading list of texts, books and articles has been compiled in collaboration with Hannah Black. This resource expands on ideas raised through Black’s new commission. Included is previous writing by Black, such as her publications Dark Pool Party (DOMINICA/Arcadia Missa, 2016) and Life, with Juliana Huxtable, (mumok, 2017); essays and books that provide reference and further context to the work; and a selection of writings by contributors to The Situation (2017). To download this resource, please click here.
We are pleased to make public a series of documents related to Maria Eichhorn’s exhibition, 5 weeks, 25 days, 175 hours, which took place at Chisenhale Gallery between 23 April – 29 May 2016. The first document consists of detailed proceedings from a one-day symposium that took place on Saturday 23 April 2016, which addressed ideas raised by Eichhorn's exhibition. We have also included selected audience responses submitted via an online Exhibition Feedback form on Eichhorn's page on our website. To download a copy of the documents, please visit Eichhorn’s exhibition page here.
Chisenhale programme alumni with exhibitions opening this week include Rosalind Nashashibi and Lubaina Himind, as part of their Turner Prize 2017 nomination, at Ferens Art Gallery, Hull; Ed Atkins at Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin; Amalia Pica at The Power Plant, Canada; Lawrence Abu Hamdan and Jumana Manna, who are included in In The Image of War at Bonniers Konsthall, Sweden; Jumana Manna at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin as part of her nomination for the Preis der Nationalgalerie; and Haroon Mirza at Zabludowicz Collection, London.
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