We recently issued a newsletter. Please click here to read the full bulletin.
Finally, we have confirmed our next 21st Century event with David Raymond Conroy. Visit the event page for further details.
This photo is from our 21st Century event last Thursday with Frances Scholz and Mark von Schlegell. Click here to see further photos from the event, which included the first screening of their entire Starlite project across five episodes.
Our next exhibition opens next week with painter Lynette Yiadom-Boakye. More information on her exhibition is available by clicking here. The exhibition preview will take place on Thursday 22 March, 6.30-8.30pm.
We recently announced the accompanying events for Yiadom-Boakye's exhibition, full listings are available on the Exhibition Events page.
Photo: Thomas Lock
This is the final week of Christina Mackie's exhibition Painting the Weights.
The image above is from our event last Thursday with Christina and Phyllida Barlow in conversation. Full documentation of the event will be online next week.
Tomorrow we have a 21st Century event with Frances Scholz presenting her episodic film Starlite, which is based on a fantasy narrative written by Mark von Schlegell. Both Scholz and von Schlegell will discuss the film at the end of the screening. More information here.
Our Family Workshop with Sarah Bowker-Jones took place last Saturday. To see more images, click here.
This week Sarah was also artist-in-residence at our partner primary school, Wellington Primary. Click here to find out more about the residency.
Earlier in February, Chisenhale's Youth Forum Propeller joined forces with Ikon Youth Programme, who came down from Birmingham for a day of gallery visits in London. The groups also started plans towards their collabrative Summer project Slow Boat. Click here for further details.
The next Propeller meeting takes place next week on Wendesday 7 March, 5-7pm, with artist Benedict Drew. Keep up to date with the group's activities by following their blog.
Christina Mackie gave the Chisenhale staff a special thank you after her opening.
Here is Pavel Pys giving a talk about Christina Mackie's exhibition.
Neil Beloufa looking happy after his 21st Century event, which had over 90 people packed into our studio space. Check back soon to his event page for further documentation.
Christina gave a talk in the gallery last week to students from the Ruskin School of Fine Art, who are our partner university for this exhibition.
Photo: Vincent Chevalier
Two pieces of news about former Chisenhale exhibiting artists Janice Kerbel and James Richards.
Janice Kerbel's Kill The Workers! - commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery in 2011 - is currently on display at the Walter Phillips Gallery at The Banff Centre, Canada. Chisenhale's Director, Polly Staple, is currently a guest of the Visual Arts Programme at the Banff Centre, find out more about the programmes here: http://www.banffcentre.ca/va/
A Detour Around Infermental is a new book which examines the historical legacy and contemporary relevance of Infermental, the ‘first international magazine on videocassettes’. Chisenhale hosted an Infermental screening as part of James Richards' events programme. James is co-editor of the book, alongside George Clark and Dan Kidner. There are launches of the book planned in London and Bristol, click here for further details.
Pavel Pyś, Exhibitions and Displays Curator at The Henry Moore Institute, gave a talk on Saturday about Christina Mackie's exhibition. Audio from the talk will be posted here in our News section later this week.
Click here to see newly uploaded images from Alexandra Bachzetsis' Interim performance A Piece Danced Alone. Alexandra will be re-staging the piece in this year's Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art.
We have just issued our January newsletter which details our upcoming activities through until March. Click here to see a PDF version. If you would like to subscribe to our quarterly newsletter, you can do so by clicking here.
In our newsletter we announce our forthcoming artistic programme for 2012/13, which includes Ed Atkins, Mariana Castillo Deball, Benedict Drew, Christina Mackie, Helen Marten, Matthew Noel-Tod, Amalia Pica, Eddie Peake, Corin Sworn and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye.
You can visit Ed Atkins' blog to preview some material from his recent research visit to Chisenhale.