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16/4/2018

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the opening of Paul Maheke’s exhibition, A fire circle for a public hearingwhich is now open until 10 June, Wednesday-Sunday, 12-6pm. Daily performances start at 3pm throughout the duration of the exhibition and last for 45 minutes. On the first Thursday of each month the gallery has extended opening hours until 9pm. Photos are from the opening, by Mark Blower.   

Thank you also to everyone who came on Saturday for a conversation between Paul Maheke and Paul Goodwin. Forthcoming exhibition events include a tour of the exhibition by The White Pube, a collaboration between Zarina Muhammad and Gabrielle de la Puente, on Saturday 28 April, 2pm; a sonic lecture by Nkisi, producer, DJ and co-founder of NON Records, on Wednesday 16 May, 7pm; and an early morning viewing of the exhibition with an introduction to the work by Ellen Greig, Curator: Commissions at Chisenhale Gallery, on Thursday 31 May, 9 – 10.30am. For details on all events and for bookings, please visit our Exhibition Events page.   

We are currently recruiting for an energetic, proactive and highly motivated Head Technician to work closely with the Curator: Commissions and artists to plan and deliver Chisenhale Gallery’s commissions programme, presented as four exhibitions annually in the gallery space, as well as one-off live events and occasional offsite projects. The Head Technician leads the gallery’s team of freelance technicians. For more information and to find out how to apply, please click here.

Polly Staple, Chisenhale Gallery Director, and Chrissie Isle, Curator at The Whitney Museum of American Art, will be in conversation with Alistair Robinson at Newcastle University this Wednesday as part of The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating, organised by Art Monthly.  

Any frame is a thrown voice, an exhibition on the work of Chisenhale Gallery alumni Ian White, opens at Camden Arts Centre on Thursday 19 April and continues until 24 June. Paul Maheke is presenting a new performance work at Centro Botin, Santander, Spain tomorrow, Tuesday 17 April. Alumni and Chisenhale Gallery trustee Ed Atkins is opening a solo show at Cabinet, London, on Sunday and continues until 2 June. Congratulations to programme alumni Hannah Black as well as current programme participant Paul Maheke for their inclusion in the 13 Baltic Triennial.


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