Mature Fun
Mark Beldan
Back Room, Holdron's Arcade

24 June - 25 June

#mark beldan

Feeling Safer
IMT Gallery

Verity Birt, David Burrows, Elliot Dodd, Joey Holder, Luke McCreadie and Maggie Roberts (0phan Drift), with a performance by AAS

03 June - 10 July 2016

#joey holder

Sorry About Last Night
The Washington, Sheffield

Beth Foxx, Beth Kettel, Claire Boyd, Claudia Dance-Wells, Elizabeth Murphy, Harry Hurlock, Jack Catling, Kerry Campbell, Laura Dee Milnes, Laura Yuile, Liadain Evans, Lindsey Mendick, Liv Fontaine, Luke Overin, Mathew Parkin, Matt Hilvers, Millington Marriott, Morgan Wills, Paul Schneider, Richie Moment, Self Esteem (Rebecca Taylor, Sophie Goodchild, Victoria Fornieles

06 May - 06 June 2016

For 2016's Art Sheffield (It's all) Tropical will be taking over the Washington Pub with the multidisciplinary art hangover 'Sorry About Last Night'. A month long exhibition, 'Sorry About Last Night' will celebrate great work born from bad life choices.

#sean millington #paul schneider

MM – Mundus Muliebris
Than Hussein Clark, Patrizio di Massimo, George Henry Longly
Cura., Basement Roma

27 April - 17 June 2016

MM is the image of the acronym for Mundus Muliebris, which in Latin can be translated as ‘ornaments.’ When googling the word ornament the first definition that comes up reads: “A thing used or serving to make something look more attractive but usually having no practical purpose.” Which brings me back to that slippery relationship between art and fashion: purpose vs purposelessness. An ornament has both. That limbo of grace is precisely what the identity of our brand MM is.

#george henry longly

The Diet
Michael Bell-Smith
Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles

02 April - 28 May 2016

The diet uses the ideals of strict, regimented eating habits as it catalyst. At its core, a diet is what one consumes to active a desired effect: input becoming output. It is often driven by trends and is constantly changing. Working across video, vinyl paintings and custom software, Bell-Smith has produced three different series under the umbrella of these intersecting ideas.

#michael bell-smith

This Time With FEELing Residency
Holly White
The White Building

12 March - 20 March

#holly white

Piggy Piggy
Megan Rooney
Croy Nielsen, Berlin

29 April - 04 June 2016

We were in a hot tub surrounded by clowns and plastic wine glasses. Feeling young up and down. Pure thinking and social stimulates. Roots. Herbs. Sepia. Temple with flowers. Without colour. Shapeless paradise. Bouquet of roses in a lavender thong. It goes without saying that it was zen again. The opposite of too hot. Athos mucking about in the rubber plants. Private life.

#megan rooney

Joey Holder
Enclave 7: Green Ray

08 May - 17 May 2016

Joey Holder presents ‘Illumina’, an immersive ‘liquid environment’, based upon Craig Venter’s research in microorganisms’ DNA, on his ‘Global Ocean Sampling Expedition’. Using footage from remotely operated underwater vehicles, she simulates the collection of genetic data from creatures in the deep ocean.

#joey holder

The Place Where He Is Meant To Be Lost
The Third Policeman, New York

Christopher Aque, Maia Conran, Patrick Coyle, Jack Henry, Anna Ilsley and Tanya Moulson

04 March - 17 April 2016

The Third Policeman is proud to present our inaugural exhibition: The Place Where He Is Meant To Be Lost. The show takes its title from a quote from Town Of Cats, a short story by Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami. It uses his ideas as a springboard to open up a space for artworks that inhabit a solidly contemporary, Murakami-esque zone between the real and the magical, the prosaic and the dreamlike, the deeply personal and the political.

#patrick coyle

Original Cheese
Gery Georgieva

25 March - 16 April 2016

Georgieva presents a new multi-channel video installation at ANDOR including performative 'to-camera' character studies, karaoke, and videos inspired by the structures of showbiz, advertising and female global superstardom. Behind the screens at the rear of the gallery an impromptu sculptural installation offers a potential backdrop for live performance. Incorporating combinations of textiles and sculptural casts, it mimics the low-fi assemblages and film sets created by the artist in her studio.

#gery georgieva

Still (the) Barbarians
Larry Achiampong and David Blandy
Eva International Biennial 2016, Limerick City

16 April - 17 July 2016

EVA International 2016 curated by Koyo Kouoh will be entitled Still (the) Barbarians and will investigate the post-colonial condition of Ireland as a point of departure from where artistic reflections, critical redefinitions and political transformations are articulated.

#larry achiampong #david blandy

Swiss Institute, New York

Danai Anesiadou, Nairy Baghramian, Michael Bell-Smith, Dora Budor, Heman Chong, Mike Cooter, Brice Dellsperger, Casey Jane Ellison, GALA Committee, Mario García Torres, Mathis Gasser, Alex Israel, Jamian Juliano-Villani, Bertrand Lavier, William Leavitt, Christian Marclay, Rodrigo Matheus, Allan McCollum, Henrique Medina, Carissa Rodriguez, Cindy Sherman, Amie Siegel, Scott Stark, Thirteen Black Cats, Albert Whitlock

03 March - 08 May 2016

Recasting the gallery as a set for dramatic scenes, FADE IN: INT. ART GALLERY – DAY explores the role that art plays in narrative film and television. FADE IN features the work of 25 artists and considers a history of art as seen in classic movies, soap operas, science fiction, pornography and musicals. These works have been sourced, reproduced and created in response to artworks that have been made to appear on-screen, whether as props, set dressings, plot devices, or character cues.

#michael bell-smith

CGP London

Graham Dolphin, Jean-Paul Kelly, Gil Leung, Priit Parn, Eric Pauwels, Chris Saunders, Lucy Skaer

24 March – 17 April 2016

Brink explore limits , extremes and the unease caused at the point of shifting perception. Exhaustion, perpetuity and frustration feature prominently, resonating with the frenetic landscape of contemporary London.

#graham dolphin

Hello My Name Is
Paul Schneider
Chalton Gallery

10 March - 14 April 2016

Chalton Gallery is delighted to present the exhibition Hello My Name Is by Paul Schneider. The exhibition ‘Hello My Name Is’ takes us from the office metaphor to the every day repetitive activities of any job. As in previous installations: Schneider employs the language of the cultural virtual interface in the creation of navigable immersive environments where virtual spaces are physically simulated and real people are subject to become virtualise in cartoon like immersive installations.

#paul schneider

Gathering Place

Caspar Heinemann with Penny Goring, Mira Mattar, Nat Raha and Alex Margo Arden

25 February 2016

i was learning abt bioregional animism and i am v suspicious of the political undertones but we live in a city which is around a river, and that is at least something like a big body or gut (small body). so i have been thinking about dietary changes and establishing healthier circadian rhythms or sleep hygiene and You Won’t Believe This One Crazy Tip cures for the hangovers we call ‘place names.’ gentrification vs. ley lines under the sun/Shard (the place of ‘all this’ when posting photos of trees or places you live to share w the ones you love is a mourning ritual skipped out on death rites.) i mean i want want to mean something un/sustainable outside business as usual.

# caspar heinemann #penny goring #mira mattar #nat raha #alex margo arden

Histories of a Vanishing Present: A Prologue
The Mistake Room, Los Angeles

David Blandy & Larry Achiampong, Aleksandra Domanovic, Maria Taniguchi & Kemang Wa Lehulere

9 January – 26 March 2016

Histories of a Vanishing Present is a long-term initiative conceived as a flexible structure for the production of projects invested in generating original scholarship. Imagining the exhibition as a temporal form that is shaped over time and across a multiplicity of spatialities including but not limited to thematic shows, new commissions, events and situations, and publications, Histories of a Vanishing Present intends to transform the usually insular process of academic research into a forum of (for) public scholarship; into a site wherein critical inquiry happens in direct dialogue with audiences.

#david blandy #larry achiampong

#david blandy

The Enemies Project
El Tercer Lugar, Buenos Aires

Patrick Coyle, Julián López, Anahí Mallol, Camilo Sanchez, SJ Fowler & Leonce Lupette

4 February - 9 February 2016

The Enemies project in Buenos Aires; an extraordinary, ambitious collaborative program of poetry between a host of poets from Argentina and visiting poets from the UK and Germany, writing brand new collaborations over a week in the Argentinian capital. A unique workshop of poetic collaboration closely curated by Flavia Daniela Pitella and SJ Fowler, to explore new ways of writing in tandem, across languages and literary styles, and include visual arts and music too. Drawing from the vast creative community of Buenos Aires,Enemigos: Argentina crossed continents to show the dynamic potential for collaborative practise in creating brilliant new works of poetry and long lasting global communities of writers.

#patrick coyle

Smokes Itself
Ellie De Verdier
Off Vendome, New York

25 October - 21 November 2015

Slits of light through the heavy wood-blinds swept over stacks of dusty bills on the small mahogany desk in time with the slow passing of cars, it was 4 in the morning. The top drawer slightly ajar to accommodate the neck of a very fine whisky, whos cap had left to some dark corner, leaving it perpendicular and scenting the room peaty casks and sweet old smoke. Slim leather frames lined the walls of his humble P.I.s office, holding clippings of yellowed newspaper, souvenirs from the days in blue.

#ellie de verdier

The boys the girls and the political
Lisson Gallery
17 July – 5 September 2015

Am Nuden Da, Lucy Beech and Edward Thomasson, Elaine Cameron-Weir, George Henry Longly, Jesper List Thomsen, Beatriz Olabarrieta, Ben Schumacher, Richard Sides, Cally Spooner and Alice Theobald

The boys the girls and the political brings together ten international artists and articulates a group dynamic built upon multifaceted working methods, collaboration and an interest in material transformation. A curatorial investigation into approach and thinking within the practice of these artists is given precedence over the presentation of autonomous objects, the exhibition becoming a platform to highlight the agency of cultural production and artistic labour. The exhibition allows room for research-led practices to present themselves in an openly discursive way and positions itself as an enquiry into the performative aspects inherent within many of the artists’ practices.

#alice theobald #george henry longly

Week 28/50
Patrick Coyle and Francesco Pedraglio
ICA Studio

13 July – 19 July 2015

Monday 13 July
7 – 8 pm

Sunday 19 July
4 – 5 pm

Patrick Coyle and Francesco Pedraglio’s first collaborative exhibition takes the form of a conversation based on recent bodies of work. Both working with forms of visual and spoken language, investigating the dichotomies of meaning, narrative and thought forms, their exhibition forms the ground for a dialogue that manifests itself as text, images, objects and spoken word. The aesthetic articulations and conceptual approximations converge and diverge from one another, creating a breathing space for emergence of unprecedented meaning and associations. The opening and closing of the exhibition will host two performances by Coyle and Pedraglio influenced by a floating cedilla and based on an unauthorised translation of a poem by Edoardo Sanguineti, respectively.

#patrick coyle

David Roberts Art Foundation
Paul Kneale

Saturday 27 June 2015


George Unsworth, founder of Hackney gallery ANDOR, invites artist Paul Kneale to launch ‘New Abject’, a new e-book in collaboration with Swiss designer Dan Solbach and one of the outcomes of Dreaming of Streaming, ANDOR’s alternative publishing studio.

The e-book will be available for free at the launch as well as through the artist’s one day takeover of the DRAF website. The launch event will also feature a screening of the latest version of tr0118044y‘s film ‘Holiday’, discussed in the text, a 20-year ongoing project based in and around the club culture of Ibiza.

+1 is a new series in collaboration with London’s most exciting emerging spaces, collectives and publications, who each invite an artist to present a current project in DRAF’s library. By hosting these intimate profiles-in-the-moment, DRAF invites colleagues and public to engage in direct discussions departing from practice-based research.

#paul kneale

Michael Pybus
hubcaP sMiley
Evelyn Yard

25 Jun - 21 Aug 2015

Guest starring... F ·R ·I ·E ·N ·D ·S ✓Friends Featuring - Luke Armitstead / Debora Delmar Corp. / Raque Ford / Aaron Graham / Henrik Olai Kaarstein / Bradford Kessler / Jack Lavender / Puppies Puppies / Gino Saccone / Keith Allyn Spencer / Ian Swanson / Keith J Varadi With a special appearance by: ebaE

#michael pybus #jack lavender

Olivier Castel, Jesse Darling, Alice Theobald and Crabtree & Evans
The Fifth Artist
Wysing Arts Centre

May 23 - July 5 2015

Closing event 4 July, 2-5pm

The exhibition brings together new works by four artists, Olivier Castel, Jesse Darling, Alice Theobald, Julia Crabtree & William Evans. They all participated in a live-in farmhouse residency during the winter of 2014 at Wysing Arts Centre. The residency was themed around The Future however a ghost story recounted in the early stages of their stay created a "part-believed, part-ridiculed ripple", that haunted conversations and came to be known as 'The Fifth Artist'.

"The Fifth Artist is the unknown and the unknowable, the shadows without, the oppressiveness of an uncertain future and also perhaps an enquiry into the condition of being human"

#olivier castel #jesse darling # alice theobald

Holly White
I'm always lazy when I miss you

16 May – 30 May 2015

A new sculptural installation including collages made using photos from the artist's Tumblr, tie-dyed bedding, beeswax candles, homemade crystals and ceramics has been constructed in the gallery spaces, making use of ANDOR's architecture as well as furniture found by the artist in the building. The exhibition includes a new video work produced in the space, devised with choreographer Nina von der Werth and dancer Victoria Guy.

#holly white 

David Blandy & Larry Achiampong

14 May – 23 May 2015

Artists' Talk: Wednesday 20 May, 7pm

Media Minerals takes the raw materials of our Finding Fanon film into a space, presenting everything but the ‘final work’.

Here are some media minerals, mined from our collective memory bank. Check your signifier.
Larry Achiampong & David Blandy 2015

#david blandy #larry achiampong 

Connoisseurs World
Urara Tsuchiya
Queens Park Railway Club, Glasgow 

24 April – 23 May 2015

Performance, soft sculpture and photographic works. During the course of the exhibition Tsuchiya will present a number of interactive events including a banana DJ and aphrodisiac food event, with London based artist Joseph Walsh.

#joseph walsh 

Gery Georgieva
Solo Romantika

25 April – 9 May 2015

Preview Friday 24 April 2015, 6 – 9pm
DJ set from Mixed Feelings, 9 – 11pm

‘Solo Romantika’, a new performance, sound and video installation work by Gery Georgieva, forms the second of three solo shows produced by #temporarycustodians at Res.

#gery georgieva 

Leslie Kulesh
Et al., San Francisco
It's What's Inside That Counts

03 April – 18 April 2015
Exhibition opening: Friday 03 April 2015, 7 – 10pm

Artist Talk: Sunday 12 April, 12  – 2 pm

Et al. presents Leslie Kulesh's It's What's Inside That Counts, where the public is invited to contemplate a series of stuffed fabric works featuring minerals vital to our everyday life. Like the parcels used to carry a day's mining to market, Kulesh's wall pieces are filled then strapped secure. Each piece contains one crystal of Cassiterite, a tin oxide used in smart phones; and several rare earth magnets, changing the electromagnetic charge of the gallery space.

#leslie kulesh 

It said
Patrick Coyle

13 March – 28 March 2015
Exhibition opening: Friday 13 March 2015, 6 – 9pm

Utilising correspondence with a variety of people Patrick Coyle has developed a series of live performances to take place over the course of one day at ANDOR. Alongside installations of new and old works by the artist as well as found objects, remnants of the performance will be presented in the gallery space for the duration of the exhibition.

#patrick coyle 

Pieterjan Ginckels
A Belgian Politician
Marion de Cannière, Antwerp

21 February – 28 March 2015

Artists Lieven Segers and Tom Liekens asked more than 100 Belgian artists to create their own interpretation of the photo by Jean-Marie Dedecker of Judy Giel, which Luc Tuymans used to inspire his much debated painting A Belgian Politician.

#pieterjan ginckels  

Sarah Poots
One unit and the next

21 February – 07 March 2015
Exhibition opening: Friday 20 February, 6 – 10pm

'Are there meant to be different ones?' he asked, straining over the noise of machinery.

'Of course not,' said Godfrey or Pablo.

'Then why are we here?' Neither replied. He guessed it was a stupid thing to say, in a job as simple as this. But no job is really simple – things had begun to trouble him.

Exhibition after party at THE ADVISORY 11pm-3am

#sarah poots 

Spirit Level
Jesse Darling and Takeshi Shiomitsu

17 January - 07 February 2015
Exhibition opening: Friday 16 January 2015, 6 - 9pm

A collaborative exhibition by London based artists Jesse Darling and Takeshi Shiomitsu.

#jesse darling #takeshi shiomitsu 

Lunch Bytes (35): Life - Feminism
Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm

Jesse Darling, Rózsa Farkas, Sofia Hultin, Elvia Wilk

Friday 12th December 2014, 12.30pm

For Lunch Bytes – Life: Feminism, artists who perform identities through social networks, online videos and sculptures alike are invited to talk about their work and explain how they make use of, configure, and create identities through these various digitally material environments.

This discussion is organised in conjunction with Sofia Hultin’s project "I am Every Lesbian" commissioned by Tensta Konsthall.

#jesse darling 

Holly White
No one is going to go there anymore
Evelyn Yard

19 November – 13 December 2014

#holly white 

Paul Kneale, SEO and Co in association with Evelyn Yard

13 October – 21 November 2014

SEO and Co takes Kneale's interest in the rerouting and transference of meaning by beginning with a talk the artist participated in at the ICA with Boris Groys, Wendy Chun and Ben Vickers discussing the influence of digital structures in the production of material artworks.

Presented as the first part of an exhibition across two central London spaces. The second part will be presented as a solo show at Evelyn Yard in January 2015.

#paul kneale 

Haunted House
Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool

31 October 2014 - 17 January 2015

An exhibition imagining the gallery as a charged space in which the artworks suggest unseen presences. Works from the collection will be exhibited alongside works by contemporary artists.

Artists include: Olivier Castel, Martin Creed, Graham Gussin, Susan Hiller, David Hockney, Susan Phillipsz, Aura Satz

#olivier castel 

Architecture of Enjoyment
Fokidos 21, Athens

10 October - 01 November 2014
Private View: Thursday 09 October, 8.30 - 11pm

Rachael Champion, Bobby Dowler, Gabriel Hartley, Sofia Stevi, David Ben White

Inspired by French philosopher Henri Lefebvre’s forgotten manuscript entitled Toward an Architecture of Enjoyment written in 1973 and published for the first time in 2014, this exhibition will feature the visual art of five artists displayed alongside chairs and a side table designed by six designers or architects.

#rachael champion 

Flat Time House
Dr Sinclair's Drawer

09 October - 23 November 2014
Exhibition opening: Wednesday 08 October 2014, 6 - 9pm

Produced by Book Works and Flat Time House with artist Katrina Palmer following her residency in Summer 2013. Featuring work by Katrina Palmer, Francesco Pedraglio, Samuel Hasler and Sarah Tripp, this exhibition comprises writing, sound recordings, video, sculpture and printed matter, presented in conversation with the physical and symbolic environment of John Latham’s former home and studio.

#francesco pedraglio 

Olivier Castel

03 October - 15 November 2014
Exhibition opening: Thursday 02 October 2014, 6 - 9pm

#olivier castel 

Creative Studio, Whitechapel Gallery
Performance: Modes of Aberrant Research

Patrick Coyle, SJ Fowler, Kreider & O'Leary and Holly Pester.

Thursday 07 August 2014, 7pm - 9pm

An evening of deviant anecdotes, radical storytelling,
and narrative segues through archives, collections
& instututions. Featuring performances and readings from Patrick Coyle, SJ Fowler, Kristen Kreider and Holly Pester.

#patrick coyle 

Or maybe it's the same for everyone

Patrick Coyle, Martin Westwood, Annabel Frearson, Lizzy Kane.

Commissioned by John Lawrence
Published by Pavilionary Press

For sale from ANDOR and Scawfell Street.

#john lawrence #pavilionary #patrick coyle 

June Snow
Evelyn Yard

07 June - 04 July 2014

The uncanny spectre of a snowstorm in June, a promise of a perpetually inverted Spring, the blank canvas of climate change.

Alex Clarke, Tiril Hasselknippe, Conor Backman, Paul Kneale, Jordan Nassar, Foster & Berean, Amalia Ulman, Luke Libera Moore, Takeshi Shiomitsu, John Gordan Gauld, Lewis Teague Wright, Holly White, Samuel Levack & Jennifer Lewandowski, Hector Arce-Espasas, Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau, Jamie Jenkinson. With a special book presentation by Charles Veyron

#paul kneale #holly white 

Hales Gallery
Rachael Champion
Primary Producers

11 June - 26 July 2014
Exhibition opening: Tuesday 10 June, 6 - 8.30pm

Primary Producers is an exploration through energy and architecture in the form of a site-specific installation integrated into the architecture of Hales Gallery.

#rachael champion 

Herman Van Ingelgem

15 May - 28 June 2014
Exhibition opening: Wednesday 14 May 2014, 6 - 9pm

THEFIRSTTIMEYOUSAWME is Herman Van Ingelgem's second exhibition at ANDOR following Almost Here in 2011.

Herman Van Ingelgem (born 1968, BE) graduated from the HISK in 2000. Van Ingelgem has exhibited widely in Europe with recent solo exhibitions including Some Moments Never Sleep, Annie Gentils Gallery, Antwerp; Zonsopondergang, Stichting 1646, Den Haag; Will it really take place, P/////akt, Amsterdam; and Objects, thoughts & obstacles, Lokaal 01, Antwerp. Van Ingelgem is represented by Annie Gentils Gallery in Antwerp.

THEFIRSTTIMEYOUSAWME is generously supported by Kunsten En Erfgoed.

#herman van ingelgem 

Paul Kneale
monet's garden, zuckerberg's firewall

15 March - 03 May 2014
Exhibition opening: Friday 14 March 2014, 6 - 9pm

Paul Kneale’s second project with ANDOR following his first London solo presentation in 2010.

#paul kneale

Pre Owned: Looks Good Man
Curated by Morgan Quaintance
Cell Projects

14 March - 27 April 2014

Group exhibition inspired by the ephemeral networks of association and meaning that are produced by culturally aware web surfers.

With artists: Kathleen Daniel, Gary Eastwood, JGM1138, Tony Law, John Lawrence, Eva & Franco Mattes, Sheldon Nadelman, Aura Satz, Michael Smith

#john lawrence

Alice Theobald
I've said yes now, that's it.
Chisenhale Gallery

08 February 2014, 7pm

Chisenhale Gallery re-launches Interim – a programme of event-based commissions for Chisenhale’s unique gallery space – with a new performance by London-based artist Alice Theobald.

#alice theobald

Some Moments Never Sleep
Herman Van Ingelgem
Annie Gentils Gallery

31 January 2014 - 08 March 2014

Herman Van Ingelem presents fifteen recent works responding to autobiographical memories.

#herman van ingelgem

Marijn van Kreij and Naive Set
Galerie Paul Andriesse
Amsterdam Art Weekend

30 November 2013, 4 - 6pm

In response to Marijn Van Kreij’s work, Naive Set will perform an endless version of George Harrison's rendition of Bob Dylan's If Not for You for an undefined amount of time before they will shift their minds to some of their own songs. This will be happening several times during their 2 hour performance.

#marijn van kreij

Thomas Raat
The Experimenter's Dilemma
Galerie Transit

17 November - 22 December 2013

A new series of works by Thomas Raat focusing on the spread of the modernist visual language and the fragmentation of its original ideal.

#thomas raat

Instant-flex 718
Heather Phillipson

"Phillipson's debut collection displays her
accomplished approach to language in playful yet
weighty free verse"

Read The Guardian review here:

#heather phillipson

George Henry Longly
Park Nights, Serpentine Gallery

Friday 20th September 2013

Video of GHL here:

#george henry longly

Stopped Clocks in Places of Busyness
John Lawrence
Fold Gallery

12 October - 09 November 2013

Caline Aoun, Joe Frazer, Joey Bryniarska, Kate Owens, Maija Luutonen, Patrick Coyle, Sarah Poots, Tom Woolner

#john lawrence

George Henry Longly
Pleats Please

Laure Genillard presents a solo-exhibition of new work by George Henry Longly.

ANDOR presents a duo project with George Henry Longly and Matthew Smith in October 2013.

#george henry longly

Marijn van Kreij
Riffs and Variations
Exhibition, 2012

Marijn van Kreij at Galerie Paul Andriesse, Amsterdam.

ANDOR is preparing a solo project with Marijn van Kreij for August - September 2013.

#marijn van kreij

Exhibition opening
Friday 31st May 2013, 6-9pm


#john lawrence  #roy voss

She Knocked Aggressively at the Door, She Shouted Aggressively at the Gate
Claire Hooper

04 June - 10 June 2016

She Knocked Agressively at the Door, She Shouted Aggressively at the Gate, has been designed by artist Claire Hooper in response to the architecture of ANDOR's gallery space, as part of an on going project concerning the ancient Summerian myth - The Descent of Inanna to the Underworld.

#claire hooper

Pieterjan Ginckels
Blank Buzz Club

08 May - 29 May 2016

BLANK BUZZ CLUB presents the final stage and therefore the culmination of a series of artistic works which began with the for Ginckels groundbreaking project PISTE, a museum-sized velodrome first built in 2010 and which granted him the 2011 BOZAR award at the Young Belgian Art Prize.

#pieterjan ginckels

Michael Pybus
Carl Kostyál, Stockholm

07 April - 30 June 2016

#michael pybus

Emotional Supply Chains
Zabludowicz Collection

Korakrit Arunanondchai , Neil Beloufa, David Blandy, David Raymond Conroy, Andrea Crespo, Simon Denny, Aleksandra Domanović, Ed Fornieles, Guan Xiao, Eloise Hawser, Ann Hirsch, Pierre Huyghe, Daniel Keller, Seth Price, Frances Stark, Christopher Kulendran Thomas

24 March - 17 July 2016

The Zabludowicz Collection is pleased to present Emotional Supply Chains, an exhibition addressing the construction of identity in the digital age. Featuring 17 leading international artists and including four new commissions, all works are drawn from the Zabludowicz Collection and produced since the year 2000.

#david blandy

Footnotes to a Long Distance Telephone Call
Danielle Arnaud Gallery

Maia Conran, Patrick Coyle, Karen Di Franco, Kihlberg and Henry

16 April - 22 May 2016

For their forthcoming exhibition Karin Kihlberg & Reuben Henry have invited the Disembodied Voice research group to show new works and host a series of events. The group includes Maia Conran, Patrick Coyle, Karen Di Franco, Kihlberg & Henry, and was formed in 2014 as a format to explore manifestations of the disembodied voice within their own work and in wider culture. The disembodied voice, and its often inevitable re-embodiment in objects other than the original speaking body, are variously reflected in the exhibition and its associated events, from the recorded voice in moving image to its traces in written correspondences and archives.

#patrick coyle

Borrowed Time
Alice May Williams
Jerwood Visual Arts

24 April 2016

As the title Borrowed Time suggests, the resulting works reflect on the uncertain nature of our contemporary economic and ecological moment, while also alluding to wider historical patterns and elemental forces.

#alice may williams

Ozu's Arsehole
Felix Melia

04 March - 17 April 2016

Felix Melia’s new film, Ozu’s Arsehole, 2016, examines the alienation each of us experiences while negotiating everyday spaces and everyday interactions. Outside spaces and internal anatomy are intersected by ghostly figures and sleeping bodies, while three interconnected stories weave a silent narration through and over the work.

#felix melia

Joey Holder and John Russell
LD50 Gallery

15 April - 22 May 2016


#joey holder

The Great Near
Jesse Darling
Arcadia Missa

19 March - 07 May 2016

Arcadia Missa are proud to announce a solo presentation by Jesse Darling, the artist's first in two years. A new series of sculptures and wall-based works imagine the monsters of modernity as characters in a violent fairytale in which the comfort-industrial complex is rolled out as domestic theatre and the parallel spheres of home and homeland are built and upheld.

#jesse darling

Uncommon Chemistry
Observer Building, Hastings

BLISS (Simon Bayliss & Lucy Stein), Lydia Brockless, Adam Chodzko, Esther Collins, Julia Crabtree & William Evans, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, The Grantchester Pottery, Jacqui Hallum, Sophie von Hellerman, Clyde Hopkins, Dan Howard-Birt, Nicholas Johnson, Henry Kroksatsis, Harry Lawson, Hannah Lees, Fiona MacDonald, Tim Meacham, Simon Periton, Gino Saccone, Toby Tatum, Susan Taylor, Pauline Wood

20 March - 17 April 2016

Uncommon Chemistry is an exhibition interested in the parallel artistic leitmotifs of material agency and arcane spirituality, and how the conscious engagement with one or other of these territories provides valuable analogies for the broader understanding of art-making and art-viewing.

#hannah lees

Plastique Fantastique: After London
The Horse Hospital

Joey Holder, Ayesha Hameed, Da Thirst, Mikey Tompkins, Benedict Drew, Mark Leckey

04 April - 11 April 2016

Plastique Fantastique is a group that investigates aesthetics, the sacred, politics and both popular and mass culture through comics, performances, texts, assemblages and installations. It is envisaged as a group of human and inhuman avatars delivering communiqués from the extreme past and the future.

#joey holder

Michael Pybus
ANDOR, Dreaming of Streaming

17 January 2016

London-based artist Michael Pybus is a graduate of Goldsmiths College (Fine Art, BA, 2004) and the Royal College of Art (Sculpture, MA, 2008). He is the Founder and Director of the London Gallery WELCOME SCREEN. In 2015 he presented solo exhibitions in New York and London; IF IT WORKS, IT’S OBSOLETE, Johannes Vogt NYC, USA; hubcaP sMiley feat F ·R ·I ·E ·N ·D ·S; Evelyn Yard London, UK. He was featured at UNTITLED Miami and showed artwork at galleries Kortrijk, Belgium; Sol’s Back Yard, Bushwick, NYC; Bosse + Baum London; Spreez Munich, Germany; Turf Projects, London; Bannerette NYC, USA; 84 Hatton Gardens London, UK; and STCFTHOTS Leeds, UK.

#michael pybus

My Little Barbara
Pieterjan Ginckels
Super Dakota, Brussels

20 December 2015 - 12 January 2016

Interested in the idea of commercial appropriation of art, Pieterjan Ginckels took a picture of a window display presenting a replica of a Barbara Kruger’s installation work. Barbara Kruger, an american conceptual artist, is known for her photographs with declarative captions using techniques of mass communication and advertising to explore gender and identity. Art has long been an inspiration for commercial advertising and some examples are more obvious than others. This shop window display is easily recognisable and Pieterjan Ginckels underlines the overuse of art in commercial endeavours and questions the understanding of these references.

#pieterjan ginckels

Range Anxiety
Marijn Van Kreij
Andriesse Eyck Galerie, Amsterdam

24 October - 05 December 2015

Marijn van Kreij’s works in the exhibition Range Anxiety are delicate and intimate. At first sight they might appear to be made from studio leftovers: cut-out bits of texts, images, cartoons, and art world paraphernalia are glued together on coloured paper or combined with drawings.

#marijn van kreij

Adventures in Bronze, Clay & Stone
Curated by Adam Carr

Nina Beier, Claire Fontaine, Simon Fujiwara, Tim Foxon, Ryan Gander, May Hands, George Henry Longly, Hannah Lees, Ruairiadh O’Connell, Joe Orr, Jesse Wine

28 June - 27 September 2015
Arezzo City of Arts Festival, Arezzo, Italy

Traditional materials are being looked at and re-examined in Adventures in Bronze, Clay and Stone. The exhibitions starting point is Arezzo’s historical clay ware Arretine, which originated in the city as early as 100 b.c . Another departing point is the Chimera of Arezzo, a bronze sculpture made in 400 b.c and discovered near the Porta San Lorentino of Arezzo, Italy in 1553.

The exhibition takes into account the history and practise of the materials bronze, clay and stone in relation to today's rapid technological growth, particularly the applications and uses of 'new' materials and their effect on art production.

#hannah lees #george henry longly

Cell Project Space
25 July - 2 August 2015

Andreas Ervik, Ian Giles, Pablo Jones-Soler, Daniel Keller, Hannah Lees, Rachel Reupke and Jonny JJ Winter

m-Health explores aspects of our changing social and natural environment and the responsibility we have towards it. The project invites seven artists to activate the space to provide an alternative to the spectacle of exhibition space and to create a spa. Using an artistic voice as a context with contributions in the form of performance, sound, video, and sculpture the project responds to the need for a place to reflect and contemplate on the state of our social relationships and the sustainability of our immediate surroundings.

performance from Hannah Lees
Sunday 26th July

#hannah lees

Dreaming of Streaming
Elephant Magazine

Summer 2015

Issue 23

Elephant Magazine's Summer cover features the ever present question "What is post internet art?". The issue's Paper Gallery Two looks into ANDOR'S online platform Dreaming of Streaming that features a fresh and playful way of exhibiting work. The article includes images from Holly White, Jesse Darling, Paul Kneale, Leslie Kulesh, Michael Pybus, Takeshi Shiomitsu.

Dreaming of Streaming is a design and production studio established by ANDOR. The studio develops alternative forms of publishing, working alongside resident artists and designers in the production and delivery of its programme content.

An experiment in alternative studio formats and processes of production in contemporary art, the studio commissions and distributes artworks and texts through different methods, utilising a variety of audience-generated and event-based timescales.

#holly white #jesse darling #paul kneale #leslie kulesh #michael pybus #takeshi shiomitsu

Marianne Spurr

12 June – 27 June 2015

After scraping the rapture
from our tongues
we watched something living
as it grew under glass;

watched its bones set and fuse
like new ice meeting
the edge of a river.

A fingernail forced
into the dark of a fist
it was seeking
the freedom of air;

the memory of eyelash
in the grass of a paintbrush
or the itch of a heart as its blood runs to dust.

- Keiran Goddard

#marianne spurr

Jesse Darling and Brace Brace (Annika Kuhlmann & Christopher Kulendran Thomas)
Absolute Bearing

12 June - 11 July 2015

"But everything disintegrates in the face of the wave. The flood is the renewing force that washes over the thresholds of the city, forcing new formations. We weren’t prepared but we should have known. We are all alien. We have always been."

Jesse Darling and Brace Brace participate in 'Absolute Bearing', the latest show at LD50.

#jesse darling

Supplement, London

3 April - 30 May 2015

Stefania Batoeva
With Ilja Karilampi, Leslie Kulesh, Isaac Lythgoe

In CLUB CALIGULA Stefania Batoeva has modified the gallery space; white vinyl dance floor, chrome bar stools, white PVC window. Within this environment she has presented four new club paintings. Batoeva has invited three artists, Ilja Karilampi, Leslie Kulesh and Isaac Lythgoe to collaborate and contribute to the exhibition.

Supplement is open by appointment in May.

#leslie kulesh

Patrick Coyle
Book Culture, 536 W 112th Street, New York

Monday 13 April 2015, 7pm

Reading for the launch of Cambridge Literary Review Issue 8. Also featuring Peter Gizzi, Uljana Wolf, Sophie Seita, and Joshua Beckman.

#patrick coyle 

The Bad Vibes Club Presents
Paul Kneale: The New Abject
Open School East

Tuesday 31 March, 7.30 – 9pm

Drawing on his recent online essay for, Paul Kneale expands on his idea of the 'new abject' - the contemporary form of abjection that we experience in our daily use of technology.

Please email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  to book your place.

#paul kneale #DOS 

K.I.S.S (Keep It Simple Stupid!)
Generation & Display

21 March – 02 May 2015
Exhibition opening: Friday 20 March, 6.30pm

Huw Lemmey, Takeshi Shiomitsu, Leslie Kulesh, Holly White, Mat Jenner, Matt Welch, Nina Wakeford, Viktor Timofeev, Paul Kneale, Megan Rooney, Jesse Darling, Harry Burke, Emily Jones, Hana Janec-Kova, Hannah Black, Harry Sanderson, Melika Ngombe Kolongo, Clifford Sage, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Richard John Jones, Sam Griffin, Caspar Jade Heinemann, Jesse Wine, Ben Vickers

The inaugural exhibition at Generation & Display, a new gallery in North West London.

#takeshi shiomitsu #leslie kulesh #holly white #mat jenner #paul kneale #jesse darling #harry burke 

Mat Jenner
Dreams Time Free
Grand Union, Birmingham

21 February – 3 April 2015
Exhibition Opening: 20 February 6 – 8pm

Dreams Time Free presents new works by Mat Jenner alongside his on-going project Foam. Jenner's practice is grounded in collage, collection, distribution and display. For the artist these strategies have the potential for cultural agency and mirror our everyday experience of production, consumption and spectatorship.

#mat jenner  

M/Other Tongue
Anna Barham, Olivier Castel, Iñaki Garmendia, Mónica Restrepo, Katarina Zdjelar

23 January - 28 February 2015
Exhibition opening: Thursday 22 January, 7 - 9pm

“I have but one language — yet that language is not mine”, wrote Jacques Derrida in what is supposed to be an autobiographical essay, reflecting on the loss of one’s mother tongue as a consequence of colonialism in Algeria. But in what language does one write memoirs when there is no mother tongue?

Group exhibition curated by Sabel Gavaldon.

#olivier castel 

Leslie Kulesh and Saemundur Thor Helgason
Project Native Informant

14 January 2015, 8 - 10pm

An evening featuring works by Leslie Kulesh and Saemundur Thor Helgason, curated by Cory Scozzari.

#leslie kulesh 

The Turtle
Francesco Pedraglio

A play for three voices and ambient sounds 28 minutes, 3 seconds duration Performed by Joanna Burnett, Nat Cary and Owen Sharpe Introduced by CereVoice Isla

So: first a foot … sole and heel and ankle and everything else. Then, the entire leg. I mean all the way up to the groin. Swallowed up. Down in one go. Like a giant’s morsel. … That’s how the first hole was discovered.

Available from Sinkhole Audio

#francesco pedraglio 

DOS 01
Harry Burke and Deanna Havas

08 January 2015

Limited edition download of BadWords, a collaborative text by Harry Burke and Deanna Havas. Available for download now.

#dreaming of streaming #harry burke 

Patrick Coyle
Matt's Gallery:
Centre For Remote Possibilities by Craig Barnes

Thursday 4th December 2014, 12 - 6pm

A performance by Patrick Coyle at the Centre For Remote Possibilities, a temporary space created by Craig Barnes for an intimate and informal series of talks, discussions, lectures, exhibitions, screenings and performances.

#patrick coyle 

A/H/D/B: Steffen Levring // Iydes
Live Performance Event
The Advisory

Saturday 15 November 2014, 11pm - 3am

The first of a new series of resident late night events at The Advisory. In partnership with the contemporary art gallery ANDOR, After/Hours/Drop/Box presents a new collaboration between visual artist Steffen Levring and DJ and musician Iydes.

For The Advisory the artists have developed a new live sound and video performance work. Part brutal, part chant-like and intimate, sequences are built-up and collapsed, allowing for improvisation and new interactions between sound and moving image on the night.

After/Hours/Drop/Box is a commissioning platform at the intersection of music, video and live performance and acts as a testing ground for new collaborative projects.

A/H/D/B is a project by artist John Lawrence and was initially installed as an exhibition at ANDOR in 2012 and is supported through public funding from Arts Council England.

#john lawrence #ahdb 

Compass Live Art
Live Art Space Event, Ferens Art Gallery, Hull

01 November 2014, 2:30pm

The first of a new series of performances which aim to prompt discussions about experimental art projects in the area with an eye towards developing activity for Hull's standing as Capital of Culture in 2017.

Contributions from: Patrick Coyle, Gillian Dyson, Emily Wilczek, Helen Kaplinsky, and Hull­-based collective On the Edge.

#patrick coyle 

"Glamourshotz"©®™ a photo studio for our time.
Leslie Kulesh
Lima Zulu

18 October - 22 October 2014
Exhibition opening: Friday 17 October 2014, 6 - 9pm

Glamourshotz is a contemporary portrait studio providing an individual and group image production service featuring full in house digital ‘aftercare.’

Visitors are invited to have their portrait taken for free during the PV and throughout the exhibition. LK will digitally finish each image using photoshop techniques including airbrushing and watermarking. Physical prints will be available for purchase and digital copies will be available free of charge.

#leslie kulesh 

A Bad Hand, Folding: A Live Rehearsal
Culture Lab, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Saturday 25th October 2014, 6 - 8pm

Featuring versions by: Paul Becker & Francesco Pedraglio, Faye Green & Beth Ramsey, Giles Bailey. Music by Dawn Bothwell.

#francesco pedraglio 

Pump House Gallery
You cannot step twice into the same river

04 September - 12 October 2014
Exhibition opening and performance event: Wednesday 03 September 2014, 6.30 - 8.30pm

Patrick Coyle, Ellie Ga, Laura Pawela, Holly Slingsby and Alia Syed

You cannot step twice into the same river is a video and photography exhibition of international artists that explores the history of the River Thames. Patrick Coyle and Holly Slingsby will present new performances commissioned by Pump House Gallery on the opening night. Supported by Arts Council England.

#patrick coyle #holly slingsby

Conduire reLaunches
Flat 6, London, E5 8NB

Friday 01 August 2014, 7 - 9pm

Live readings and performances by Patrick Coyle, Sophie Sleigh-Johnson, and Ian Thorn. Also featuring Dominic Rich, Pil and Galia Kollectiv.

#patrick coyle

Park Nights 2014

Hannah Perry
Horoscopes (Deja Vu)
Serpentine Pavilion / Live

Friday 12 September 2014

Inspired by her editing practice, Hannah Perry will produce a new, site-specific work, will result in the unfolding pace of a performance film.

#hannah perry

Octagon Court Live

Sunday 15 June 2014, 6pm

To celebrate FOAM's time at Project/Number, Octagon Court will perform live for the exhibition's closing event. FOAM will move to ANDOR in July 2014 and the Wysing Arts Centre Festival in August.


According to Klee the Artist Should Create
Like Nature
Marijn Van Kreij
Barbara Seiler, Zürich

14 June – 26 July 2014
Exhibition opening: Friday 13 June

A solo exhibition by Dutch artist Marijn Van Kreij, following the artist's exhibtion at ANDOR in August 2013.

#marijn van kreij

Oliver Sutherland // HENGE
Artprojx Cinema

For this one-off live event artist Oliver Sutherland has produced brand new CGI and moving image work to be projected in Hackney Picturehouse’s large Screen One space during a full live set by HENGE.

29 May 2014, 10pm

Book tickets here

#john lawrence

Anna Ihle
Research residency

29 April - 02 May 2014

Stockholm based artist Anna Ihle visits ANDOR this week for a research residency and studio presention. With thanks to Konstfack University college of Arts, Crafts and Design.

#anna ihle

Ellie de Verdier & Felix Riemann
I feel extreme, man
The Duck

Exhibition opening: Friday 25 April 2014, 7pm

A new two person show presenting new paintings and sculptures made in collaboration between Ellie de Verdier and Felix Riemann.

#ellie de verdier 

Pleasure Principles
Paul Kneale, Raphael Hefti
Fondation d'entreprise Galeries Lafayette

27 March - 29 March 2014

Exhibition of new works, performances, readings and
lectures by Paul Kneale, Raphael Hefti and
participating artists.

#paul kneale 

Hair Care
George Henry Longly
Jonathan Viner

20 February - 22 March 2014
Opening reception: 6 - 8pm, 19 February 2014

#george henry longly 

Smash Lab XIII
The Book Club, London

A night of performance experimentation with artists:

Antje Hildebrandt // Lea Collet & Marios Stamatis // Manou Koreman // Luisa Amorim // Francesco Pedraglio

7.30pm, 04 February 2014

#francesco pedraglio 

John Lawrence
Temporary Arts Project
ONSITE Selected Artists Group Exhibition

18 January 2014 - 16 February 2014

Artists selected by Andrew Hunt and Mike Nelson: Olaniyi Akindiya, Alex Baker, Martin Cordiano, Patrick Coyle & Matthew Thompson, Lucas Dillon, Mat Do, Aideen Doran, Phillipa Horan, Heejin Jang, Ben Judd, Liane Lang, John Lawrence, Ima-Abasi Okon, Yuri Pattison, Daniel de Paula, Lucy Pawlak, Mark Pearson, George Rae, Andro Semeiko, Rob Smith, Dan Waldin, Carolin Weinert, Keef Winter

#john lawrence #patrick coyle #mat do 

Glass Cat 2
Wimbledon Space

10 January 2014 - 14 February 2014

Tom Woolner, Ruth Claxton, Oona Grimes, James Ireland, Sophie Lascelles, Helen Maurer, William Waterhouse, Sarah Woodfine

Glass Cat 2 comprises sculptural works that explore the potency of objects and the threshold between real and imaginary. Curated by Danielle Arnaud and Sarah Woodfine.

#tom woolner 

LE GUN and friends
Daniel Blau

13 December 2013 - 08 February 2014

This exhibition sees the collective imagination of LE GUN venture into new territory as the group’s collaborative artwork moves from black and white into technicolor.

Established in 2004, LE GUN is a group consisting of five artist illustrators (Bill Bragg, Chris Bianchi, Neal Fox, Robert Rubbish, and Steph von Reiswitz) and two designers (Alex Wright and Matt Appleton) who met at London’s Royal College of Art.

Exhibition opening 12 December 2013 6 - 8pm

#le gun 

Modern Art Oxford

30 November - 02 February 2014

Modern Art Oxford hosts the exhibition AFTER/HOURS/DROP/BOX with a series of live performances and events by Tom Woolner, Alice Theobald, Gery Georgevia, Holly Slingsby, Patrick Coyle.

AFTER/HOURS/DROP/BOX examines the influence of the music video and its relationship to contemporary art. Developed by John Lawrence with ANDOR.

For further information, event dates and booking:

#john lawrence #mark dean #tom woolner #gery georgieva #alice theobald 

The Background of Modern Poetry
Thomas Raat
BolteLang, Zurich

31 August - 05 October 2013

Group exhibition by Thomas Raat, Nils Bleibtreu, Athene Galiciadis. Thomas Raat shows works from his latest series, following a two-year residency at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam.

#thomas raat 

David Blandy
Anjin 1600: Edo Wonderpark
Rose Lipman Building

13 September - 26 October 2013

Anjin 1600: Edo Wonderpark is a multi-room installation incorporat­ing a re-imagining of the story of William Adams (1564-1620), a sea navigator known as the first Englishman to set foot in Japan in 1600.

#david blandy

George Henry Longly
Park Nights at The Serpentine
Friday 20th September 2013

Longly creates a specially-commissioned performance evening reflecting on the concept and structure of the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013 designed by Sou Fujimoto.

ANDOR presents a duo project with George Henry Longly and Matthew Smith in October 2013.

 #george henry longly  

Matthew Smith
Proper Rigmarole

Matthew Smith at Limoncello in 2012 for the exhibition, OFF

Matthew Smith will be exhibiting at ANDOR with George Henry Longly in October - December 2013.

#matthew smith

Marijn van Kreij
Mark Beldan
Klemm's, Berlin

24 June - 06 August 2016

#marijn van kreij

Animals on the Bed
Megan Rooney
Seventeen Gallery

03 June - 23 July 2016

Megan Rooney’s work is populated by soft, grotesque bodies performing rituals and lifestyle. Porcine faces and abject bodies are implied by painted lips and thick eyelashes, suggestions of a distorted femininity hide in mushy blue and pink environments.

#megan rooney

Fitz Lates
Patrick Coyle and Jenny Moore
White Rainbow

26 May 2016

To coincide with the next Fitzrovia Lates, White Rainbow is pleased to announce a collaborative performance between Patrick Coyle and Jenny Moore, in response to White Rainbow’s current exhibition, Index II, by Shigeo Anzaï.

#patrick coyle

Laure Prouvost, Lawrence Lek and Sam Smith
Assembly Point

04 May – 21 May 2016

A selection of films and moving image based around themes of architecture, narrative, reality and language.

#lawrence lek

GF#8: A Flowing List Of Flowers Ebbs Seamlessly Into A Lover
Adham Faramawy, Caspar Heinemann, Jala Wahid
Green Ray

20 April 2016

For a one night exhibition at Green Ray, Adham Faramawy, Caspar Heinemann and Jala Wahid are collaborating on a work in response to extracts from Heinemann’s dissertation text titled, ‘FUCKING PANSIES: Queer Poetics, Plant Reproduction, Plant Poetics, Queer Reproduction’.

#adham faramawy #caspar heinemann

Marianne Spurr

07 May - 18 June 2016

Supplement is pleased to present a solo exhibition by London based artist Marianne Spurr. The exhibition features new wall and floor based sculptural works that continue the artist’s experimental and process led practice. Central to Spurr’s practice is the on-going activity of accumulation, organisation and classification of found materials and quotidian objects.

#marianne spurr

Latent Fiction
Sperling, Munich

Jimmie Durham, Michael Franz, Ulrich Hakel, Marie von Heyl, Martin Kohout, Mirja Reuter, Joseph Walsh

08 April - 20 May 2016

Latent Fiction reflects on the ambivalence of the individual being viewer and part of a system simultaneously. The assemblage of work sparks a dialog between the various meanings of wish and desire.

#joseph walsh

Paul Simon Richards

17 March - 23 April 2016

L*A*B is set in a dark room, a bedroom. Actually it’s a small shitty bedsit, which folds out into an any-which-way-room: a study, a kitchen, a dining room and a boudoir. The room is shared between a couple of guys, who to a greater or lesser degree love each other. The space is imaginary.

#paul simon richards

Nothing is the end of the world they made
Caspar Heinemann
Kevin Space, Vienna

24 February - 20 March 2016

Kevin Space would be the solo exhibition "nothing is the end of the world They made "the / the first Artist-in-Residence Caspar Heinemann present. By transforming the space into a matrix, which unstable ideas of future, hope and alternatives as well as their supporting structure, deconstructed and tries to re-think, examined the / artists / in the way third, queer spaces unattainable representation and affective semiotics open.

#caspar heinemann

Ways of Living

Hannah Black, Bernd, Hilla Becher, Jesse Darling, Sharon Hayes, Eva Hesse, Jenny Holzer, Juliana Huxtable, Anne Imhof, Beatrice Loft Schulz, Adrian Piper, Hannah Quinlan, Rosie Hastings, Paul Thek, Lena Tutunjian and Holly White

15 April — 23 July 2016

This exhibition looks at artists who have sought practices inverse to the individualised, satellite modes in which we are increasingly expected to work, using materials and situations contingent to the places they live, no matter how internationally connected they themselves may be. In doing so, these artists actualise, imagine or politicise the spaces in which they find themselves; fostering a still-needed sense of locality and producing directed responses to problems definitive of their time, place and situation.

#holly white #jesse darling #hannah black

Tipping Points
Podium, Oslo, Norway

Andreas Ervik, Joey Holder, Jakob Kudsk Steensen, Rachel Pimm and Lori E. Allen,

22 April - 8 May 2016

Flourish and Collapse in the Circularity of the Geostory group

#joey holder

Around the Corner
CC Zwaneberg, Belgium

Saskia Van der Gucht, Chloé Op de Beeck, Hedwig Houben, Francis Denys, Herman Van Ingelgem, Roeland Tweelinckx, Wesley Meuris

26 March - 17 April 2016

These artists have a strong fascination with architecture, the construction of space. Not just the physical space but also the construction time, the structure of language in relation to space ... Space is hereby difficult definable. Or stretchable. From an artistic approach reduces the visible set of space is not merely to the 'self' but responds to its context. It is several confrontations over again. The artists deal with our exhibition space to work.

#herman van ingelgem

Drop City Centre
Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne

Christian Jendreiko, Eleanor Wright, Francesco Pedraglio, hobbypopMUSEUM, Katie Schwab, Markus Karstiess, Nadia Hebson, Paul Becker, Ralf Brög, Sam Watson, and Sophie Macpherson

11 March - 17 April 2016

An exhibition of diverse works by artists, curators and designers who have been brought together over the past year through the kinship of Drop City, a collective-gallery established in Newcastle in 2014 and currently resident in Düsseldorf and Brussels, with the central objective of strengthening the dialogues between the local and international art scenes.

#francesco pedraglio

Soft Focus Institute, Belgium

Audrey Cottin, Adam Cruces, Marijke De Roover, Eleanor Duffin, John Finneran, Riley Harmon, Sophie Jung, Jóhanna Kristbjörg Sigurðardóttir, Hannah Lees, Kris Lemsalu, Nancy Lupo, Ria Pacquée, Angelo Plessas, Mike Pratt, Mathias Prenen, Marthe Ramm Fortun, R&F F&R, Eric Sidner, Sibran Sampers, Hayley Aviva Silverman, Birde Vanheerswynghels, Tamara Van San

31 January - 10 April 2016

Jumanji is an exhibition that evokes energy among people and tries to lead them to a general reflection on consciousness. Through the installation the beholder explores his or her own spirituality. The exhibition will be completed by a program of performances, film presentations, public talks and a simple open kitchen.

#hannah lees

Brand New Gallery, Milan

Jesse Darling, Martin Erik Andersen, Chris Bradley, Keith Farquhar, Anders Holen, Daniel Keller and Yves Scherer

14 January - 20 February 2016

The grey colour in painting has been experimented and theorised for centuries. The Classic conception considers grey as an “off-white”. It can be obtained adding black to white. However, there are other methods to obtain grey: for example combining the three primary colours (blue, yellow, red). In this case grey is called “neutral grey”. Differently from black, this special colour allows to simulate more naturally the shadows. Another way to create grey consists in mixing the primary colours for printing: cyan, magenta yellow. 

Moreover, it represents an attitude characterised by objectivity and balance because grey is a colour which includes white and black: good and evil.

#jesse darling

The Practice of Theories
Wysing Arts Centre

Takeshi Shiomitsu, Andrea Büttner, Ami Clarke, Andy Holden, David Osbaldeston, Yuri Pattison, Heather Phillipson, Erica Scourti, Cally Spooner and David Toop

14 February - 10 April 2016

The Practice of Theories is a group exhibition of work by artists with a connection to Wysing who seek to make visible the intangible, or share knowledge or complex theories through their work and working methods.

#takeshi shiomitsu

Clay as Bread and Dust as Wine
Claire Hooper
Hollybush Gardens

5 February – 12 March 2016

The main gallery hosts a 1:1 scale copy in watercolour of the frescoes in the altar room of the sanctuary of Ereshkigal in Kutha, circa * -2094 BCE This temple was replaced by a temple to Nergal by King Shulgi (ca. 2094-2047) which eventually fell into terrible disrepair and was completely rebuilt by Nebuchadnezzar II (ca. 605-562) The site was excavated in 1881 for four weeks by Hormuzd Rassam, little was discovered, mainly some inscribed bowls and a few tablets.

#claire hooper

Evelyn Yard

Alice Theobald, Rachal Bradley, Vanessa Disler, Sian Dorrer, Julia Feyrer, Manuela Gernedel, Celia Hempton, Tamara Henderson, Georgia Horgan, France-Lise McGurn, Rita Mcgurn, Shana Moulton, Nell Peto, Joanne Robertson, Katie Shannon, Clare Stein, Lucy Stein, Urara Tsuchiya, Camilla Wills and Issy Wood

11 February - 20 March 2016

I am out of the office with intermittent access to email. I’d love to help you, but… Sooooooh…. where are we at? It’s been a while. Let’s call it like I see it. I didn’t leave mergers and acquisitions, they left me. I’d wrongsided the demographic (‘cocktail of misanthropic emotive states’). My capture was fading. I was losing bandwith. I didn’t leverage that ‘unyielding integrity’, you got me? Look, this is who I was meant to be. Eye that shalt not be swayed by fear. Accumulate. Just a wolfblood. Never missin’ out. So this is all I need to be, just let me transform. Drinkin’ Ritalin’ LOL!

#alice theobald

Golden Spike, Magic Hour
Felix Melia
Whitechapel Gallery

7 April 2016

Taking place every summer at Promontory Summit, Utah, the Golden Spike re-enactment marks the completion of the world’s first transcontinental railroad. In a reimagining of the event, Felix Melia explores the impact of technology on the body, the spaces we inhabit and notions of contemporary ritual.

#felix melia

Shoulder Blade and Lamassu Flats
Felix Melia
Serpentine Cinema, Hackney Picturehouse

24 March 2016

Shoulder Blades (2016) examines the conditions of desire and autonomy, cohesion and coherence inside of contemporary relationships. It negotiates the process of developing intimacy whilst maintaining agency and explores the pliable significances of the body within a prescriptive and aggressively binary cultural milieu.

#felix melia

Cuts, Shapes, Breaks and Scrapes
Seventeen Gallery

Hannah Lees, Anna Paterson, Alfred Boman, Betty Parsons, Dora Maurer, Elizabeth Murray, Gabriel Hartley, Letha Wilson, Mali Morris RA, Merlin James, Rhys Coren, Sean Steadman

4 March - 9 April 2016

#hannah lees

If It Works, It's Obsolete
Michael Pybus
Johannes Vogt, NYC

15 October - 14 November 2015

Johannes Vogt Gallery is pleased to present the first US solo exhibition by British artist, Michael Pybus. "If it works, it's obsolete". The exhibition features a new series of paintings and garments immersed in a room-spanning installation which takes inspiration from mass consumer merchandising.

#michael pybus

Talking Performance
Patrick Coyle and SJ Fowler
Tate Modern, East Room

Saturday 18 July 2015
15.00 – 17.00

The London based poets, writers and artists Patrick Coyle and SJ Fowler perform new works that push the boundaries of what we understand by performance and poetry. Following an hour of performance this is an opportunity to join them in an in depth discussion to further explore these disciplines and other notions of the avant-garde.

#patrick coyle

People You May Know
Bosse and Baum

Julieta Aranda, Oliver Hickmet, Natalia Ibáñez Lario, Amalie Jakobsen, Perce Jerrom, Isaac Olvera, Michael Pybus, Paul S. Sánchez, Alfie Strong, Josh Whitaker.
27 June – 24 July 2015

Private View 26th June 6-9pm

People You May Know, is an exhibition curated by Débora Delmar, which brings together a selection of artists, who despite practicing in different countries and cities share a certain commonality. The works within the show will collectively investigate notions of constructed identities and constructed living environments, circulation of media and online/offline existences.

#michael pybus

Jack Lavender
A Hardcore Stomping Flashback
The Approach

01 May - 31 May 2015

Lavender is constantly inventing new sculptural frameworks for his assemblages of images and objects: from rebar grids to double-glazed window units to the most recent steel structures featured in A Hardcore Stomping Flashback. These constructions are holding grounds for Lavender’s interest in concepts and layers of time: memory and nostalgic visions of the past and the future in popular culture.

#jack lavender

The Sunday Painter
Hannah Lees, Piotr Lakomy, David Musgrave, Allyson Vieira

02 April – 03 May 2015

The inaugural exhibition in the newly renovated gallery space. Showing alongside works by Hannah Lees, Piotr Lakomy, David Musgrave and Allyson Vieira is an un-validated Middle Eastern stele from the 1st Century AD.

#hannah lees 

MOT International Project Space

Exhibition Opening: 26 March, 6 – 8pm

Jesse Darling, Milou van der Maaden, Imran Perretta, Takeshi Shiomitsu with a contribution by Tom Clark

Exhibition open by appointment only

#jesse darling #takeshi shiomitsu  

Open School East
Open Studios 2015

Saturday 28 March, 12 – 8pm

The first Open Studios of 2015 at Open School East, see website for full details of events on the day.

Mathis Collins, Afshin Dekhordi, Daniel Kelly, Leslie Kulesh, John Lawrence, Kristin Luke, Paul Maheke Ngamaha, Sophie Mallett, Hari Rajaledchulmy, Tina Rowe, Shiri Shalmy, Marie Toseland, Michael Whitby, Laura Yuile, Aaron Angell, Antonio Contador and Carla Cruz.

#daniel kelly #leslie kulesh #john lawrence 

The Duck

20 March – 05 April 2015
Exhibition opening: Thursday 19 March, 6 – 9pm

Hélène Fauquet, Nik Geene, Stuart Middleton, Naomi Pearce, Eidflo, Ellie de Verdier, Ryan Siegan Smith, Veit Laurent Kurz, Max Brand.

The Duck (est. 2014, Berlin) presents a two-week long show in SPACE's Annexe gallery. The third in a series of exhibitions by artist run galleries at SPACE.

#ellie de verdier 

Digital Voices
Patrick Coyle, Tim Etchells, Tris Vonna-Mitchell, Yuri Pattison

16 February – 16 March 2015

A live performance by Patrick Coyle at Oxford Central Library on 16 March, 6pm

Digital Voices

#patrick coyle 

Pieterjan Ginckels
Treatise: Why Write Alone
Graham Foundation, Chicago 

23 January – 28 March, 2015

Treatise: Why Write Alone?—an exhibition and publication project that brings together fourteen young design offices to consider the architectural treatise as a site for theoretical inquiry, experimentation, and debate.

#pieterjan ginckels  

Millington | Marriott

13 March – 05 April 2015
Exhibition opening: Friday 13 March 2015, 6 - 9pm

Herman Van Ingelgem, Hans Demeulenaere, Marc Nagtzaam

Millington | Marriott are delighted to announce the fourth instalment in a series of group exhibitions entitled Elements at MilMa.

Each exhibition uses an invitation process to form it's composition. M|M invite the initial artist who is then extended the control to invite another artist/s from any discipline to participate in the exhibition. That artist will then repeat the process one further step and invite the final participant/s.

#herman van ingelgem 

The Advisory

Friday 20 February 2015, 11pm – 3am

Armed with bags of garage, psych, 80s synthesiser records and bespoke visuals 'knitting together a million clips from demented old films' After/Hours/Drop/Box invites Hellfire Video Club to bring their weirdness to The Advisory for one night only

After/Hours/Drop/Box is a commissioning platform at the intersection of music, video and live performance

#ahdb #john lawrence 

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DOS 02
New Abject
Paul Kneale

18 January 2015

New Abject by Paul Kneale now available to view.

#dreaming of streaming #paul kneale 

Paul Kneale
Evelyn Yard
4 or 5 self portraits for free-form natural language descriptions of image regions

27 January - 27 February 2015
Exhibition opening: 27 January 2015, 6 - 9pm

Following on from his offsite project at 'SEO and Co.', Paul Kneale has arranged an informal research partnership with Google in relation to in-development technology used to create automated text descriptions from image files. Kneale will show a number of sculptures that activate light, time and ontological transfer between medium states, posing a challenge to this technology when they are condensed into image documentation.

#paul kneale 

Sarah Poots
Can be used over and over
CCA, Derry, Londonderry

12 December – 24 January 2015

A solo exhibition of new paintings by Sarah Poots, recipient of the 2014 Production CCA award.

Poots has commissioned several writers to respond to the imagery referenced in her work, these responses are collected in a publication to accompany the exhibition.

Featuring texts by Jan Carson, Anna Coatman, Jack Underwood and Patrick Coyle, with an additional gallery text by Paul O'Kane. Patrick Coyle has also been invited to develop a design for the facade of the Caldwell & Robinson building, where CCA is housed.

#sarah poots #patrick coyle 

Same Same
Jesse Darling, Takeshi Shiomitsu
CAC41N/41E, Batumi, Georgia

02 October – 04 January 2015

A series of site specific architectures produced collaboratively by Jesse Darling and Takeshi Shiomitsu.

#jesse darling #takeshi shiomitsu 

Guy Patton
Vitrine Gallery

26 November - 17 January 2014

A solo exhibition of new works by British artist Guy Patton.

#guy patton 

Francesco Pedraglio
A man in a room spray-painting a fly…
(or at least trying to…)

Book Launch
Camden Arts Centre

Wednesday 30 July 2014, 7 - 10pm

Featuring a choreographed reading by those who, practically or conceptually, made the book possible. Including Paul Becker, Tania Perez Cordova, James Langdon, the Book Works team and Francesco himself.

#francesco pedraglio 

Hannah Lees
Open Your Kimono: Website & Artist’s Book Launch
South London Gallery

Friday 27 June 2014, 6pm - 9pm is a website by Hannah Lees, commissioned by OPENYOURKIMONO, which consists of a text piece, compiled by the artist from various self-help and Buddhist texts, overlaid with a scanned image of sand from a Lanzarote beach, and a soundtrack of generic waves on a beach, taken from YouTube.

At the book launch visitors have the opportunity to view the website on tablet computers and to view and purchase the publication.

#hannah lees 

Paradise Row
Wearing Potential
Matt Ager, Laura Alridge, James Clarkson, Hannah Lees, Dominic Watson

07 May - 28 June 2014

Potentiality. Oh yes, just do it.
Potentiality is to have a chance, to take risks, to maybe fail.
It is also that moment in which you let things be and explore limits.

Group exhibition in The Basement at Paradise Row, curated alongside the main programme by Attilia Fattori Franchini.

#hannah lees 

Neru Phuyt

Launch party at The King of Stars

Wednesday 04 June 2014, 7.30pm

Neru Phuyt is a new magazine dedicated to using contributions from artists and writers in an attempt to establish connections between ancient and contemporary modes of behaviour.

Performances on the night by Holly Slingsby, Patrick Coyle, Adam J Maynard, Beth Collar, Amelia Rivas, Grant Foster, Sara Gillies, and Bea Turner.

#ross taylor #holly slingsby #patrick coyle 

Pieterjan Ginckels

Three volume book work containing all treated email from previous S.P.A.M. OFFICE presentations.

Three book volumes (3 x 1000 pages, 29,7 x 21,0 cm) in a unique object. Edition of 50 unique copies, signed and numbered.

A collaboration between Be-Part, Waregem (B), von cirne, Cologne (D), Zsa-Zsa Eyck, Amsterdam (NL), and ANDOR, London (UK).

#pieterjan ginckels 

Pieterjan Ginckels

Be-Part Waregem
23 May — 01 June 2014

A constellation of works from the PJG R&D department.

A collaboration between Be-Part, Waregem (B), von cirne, Cologne (D), Zsa-Zsa Eyck, Amsterdam (NL), and ANDOR, London (UK).

#pieterjan ginckels 

Olivier Castel

03 April - 03 May 2014
Preview: Wednesday 02 April 2014, 6 - 8.30pm

#olivier castel 

Goethe Institut Amsterdam

Performances: Uta Eisenreich, Seamus Cater,
Miek Zwamborn, Scott Joseph

Music: Spilt Milk, Orpheu The Wizard, DJ Toner Loc

Contributions by: Anna-Maria Ytterbom, Antonis
Pittas, Arnon Grunberg, Caspar Stalenhoef, Charlott
Markus, Chris Evans, Delphine Bedel, Irene de Craen, Jean-Baptiste Maitre, Jens Schildt, Kalle
Mattsson, Leif Holmstrand, Marc van der Holst,
Marijn van Kreij, Matthias Kreutzer, Max Grau, Mikey
Casalaina, Monica Tormell, Monika Rinck, Nienke
Vijlbrief, Staffan Björk, Tarja Szaraniec, Tomas Voort ook Minkmaat Adolfs, Will Holder

#marijn van kreij 

A/H/D/B Tours to Spike Island

01 March 2014

3pm Panel discussion chaired by Morgan Quaintance
6pm Screening of selected video works
8pm After/Hours/Drop/Box **LIVE**

With performances by Alice Theobald, Tom Woolner, Holly Slingsby, Patrick Coyle, David Blandy

#john lawrence #alice theobald #tom woolner #patrick coyle
#holly slingsby #david blandy #gery georgieva #george barber
#hannah perry #james robertson #roy voss

Paul Kneale
AGO First Thursdays
Art Gallery of Ontario

02 January 2014

For one night only, AGO First Thursdays merges with Long Winter Takeover to present a night of immersive installations, music, performance and creative exchanges in an artist bazaar.

Installations by Paul Kneale, Tough Guy Mountain and Anni Spadafora; conversations with Shary Boyle, Vanessa Dunn, Petra Collins and Aminah Sheikh.

#paul kneale 

A/H/D/B Panel Discussion
Modern Art Oxford

05 December 2013

Writer, broadcaster and musician Morgan Quaintance chairs a panel discussion with George Barber, Marijn van Kreij and Hannah Perry exploring the relevance and use of popular music within contemporary art.

To book:

#john lawrence #marijn van kreij 

Nothing Compares 2 U
SIC, Helsinki

29 November - 22 December 2013

Mark Dean, John Lawrence, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Hannah Perry

#john lawrence #mark dean #hannah perry 

George Henry Longly
Project Room, Galerie Chez Valentin, Paris

Until 23 November 2013

#george henry longly 

Open School East
Rose Lipman Building

19 September 2013 - 18 July 2014

Open School East is a space for artistic learning that is free and structurally light, and that interacts socially with its surroundings. Ross Jardine is one of twelve associates supported by the programme.

#ross jardine

The Trouble with the Pseudonym
Olivier Castel

09 October 2013

Prompted by exhibiting artist Lutz Bacher's own use of a pseudonym, this talk considers the myriad ways hidden identities impact on creative practices, as well as the often-overlooked ways in which they appear in our daily lives. The panel comprises Olivier Castel, Carmela Ciuraru and Josh Cohen.

 #olivier castel

George Henry Longly
Who IS She, 2013

George Henry Longly at Laura Bartlett this month. Group exhibition, Prodigal In Blue showing Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Michael E. Smith, George Henry Longly, Ruairidh O’Connell, Stewart Uoo.

Prodigal In Blue is open until 21 July 2013

George Henry Longly and Matthew Smith will be exhibiting at ANDOR in October - December 2013.

#george henry longly