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Selection of institutional solo and group exhibitions

ANTONY GORMLEY ‘Field for the British Isles’

Antony Gormley with FIELD FOR THE BRITISH ISLES, 1993 installed at Firstsite, Colchester, England, 2019. Photograph by Jayne Lloyd. Courtesy Firstsite.

16/11/2019

ANTONY GORMLEY ‘Field for the British Isles’

Firstsite 

Colchester, UK 

firstsite.uk/event/antony-gormley-field 

Field for the British Isles, a work from 1993, is a key work in the Arts Council Collection that has come to Firstsite, the East of England’s contemporary visual arts organization. The work has toured the UK and been exhibited at a variety of locations such as Salisbury Cathedral, The Baltic in Gateshead and Tate Britain. At each venue, the composition of the 40,000 tiny terracotta figures is adapted to the space, resembling a dense carpet of tiny faces looking up to the viewer. At Firstsite, the figures fill the rear of the building as well as the main gallery spaces, evoking an endless and all encompassing mass of figures.

16/11/2019 - 08/03/2020

Roots of Clouds Adrift - Temporality: OCAT Nanjing Public Art Project 2019

HANS OP DE BEECK ‘Pond (circular 200)’ 2013. Photo: Oak Taylor-Smith

15/11/2019

Roots of Clouds Adrift - Temporality: OCAT Nanjing Public Art Project 2019

LORIS CECCHINI, HANS OP DE BEECK 

group exhibition 

OCAT Nanjing Qixia Exhibition Site 

Nanjing, China 

Each edition’s 'OCAT Nanjing Qixia Public Art Project' features a particular subject and form and includes selected internationally-renowned artists from China and other countries to make public art in the designated area of the OCT Project in Qixia district. Hans Op De Beeck exhibits Pond (circular 200) 2013, a sculptural, achromatic interpretation of a water-lily pool that demonstrates not only the sublime beauty and solace inherent to the natural but also the failing representation of it. Loris Cecchini presents Synapsis paradigms and Micrologies VII 2013, self-produced welded steel modules that represent a disorienting biological metaphor. 

15/11/2019 - 08/03/2020

‘Homelands: Art from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan’

NIKHIL CHOPRA ‘inside out’ 2012. Photo: Shivani Gupta

12/11/2019

‘Homelands: Art from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan’

NIKHIL CHOPRA, SHILPA GUPTA  

group exhibition 

Kettle's Yard 

Cambridge, UK 

Curated by Devika Singh with Amy Tobin and Grace Storey 

Performance by Nikhil Chopra: December 3 , 2019 | 6pm

Talk with Nikhil Chopra: December 4 

www.kettlesyard.co.uk

Nikhil Chopra performs Rouge, a durational live action drawing of a large scale landscape in lipstick, an everyday cosmetic material, often associated with femininity and sensuality. Chopra often uses quotidian mediums to explore themes such as identity, nationality and gender. Following the performance Nikhil Chopra will be in conversation with Catherine Wood, Senior Curator, International Art (Performance), Tate Modern.

12/11/2019 - 02/02/2020

‘Biography: a model kit’

NEDKO SOLAKOV ‘What If?’ 2019

12/11/2019

‘Biography: a model kit’

V session of the project ‘The Human Condition’: Teleology of the human. Biography, destiny, hope, faith. 

NEDKO SOLAKOV 

group exhibition 

Moscow Museum of Modern Art 

10/11 build 

1 Gogolevsky Boulevard, Moscow, Russia 

www.mmoma.ru

12/11/2019 - 02/02/2020

‘A COLLECTION’

GIOVANNI OZZOLA ‘Vanitas - Carne trémula’ 2017. Photo: Alejandro Del Castillo

31/10/2019

‘A COLLECTION’

GIOVANNI OZZOLA 

group exhibition 

Palazzo Barolo, Fabbrica Lenta di Molvena 

Torino, Italy 

31/10/2019 - 07/01/2020