NEWS

DIANA MATAR: FIRECRACKERS

Diana Matar is profiled in a new Thames & Hudson publication showcasing work by the world's leading contemporary female documentary photographers. Introduction by Fiona Rogers. Foreword by Max Houghton.
DIANA MATAR: FIRECRACKERS

ALICE MAHER: VOX MATERIA AT THE SOURCE ARTS CENTRE UNTIL 5TH MAY 2018

Alice Maher's solo exhibition Vox Materia comprises a multi-part installation of sculptures and works on paper. Stemming from Maher's consideration of a 12th Century mermaid carving at nearby Kilcooley Abbey, this show meditates on voice and silence.
Vox Materia runs at the Source Arts Centre, Thurles, Co. Yipperary until 5 May, moving to the Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, in September 2018.

Fore more information please visit:
www.thesourceartscentre.ie
ALICE MAHER: VOX MATERIA AT THE SOURCE ARTS CENTRE UNTIL 5th MAY 2018

PARIS PHOTO 8 - 12 NOVEMBER AT THE GRAND PALAIS

Purdy Hicks Gallery will be showing work by Susan Derges, Sandra Kantanen, Edgar Martins, Awoiska van der Molen, Bettina von Zwehl.

Stand D37 Grand Palais

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PARIS PHOTO 8 - 12 NOVEMBER AT THE GRAND PALAIS

SAMUEL FOSSO 'UNFINISHED CONVERSATIONS: NEW WORK FROM THE COLLECTION' MOMA GROUP EXHIBITION REVIEWED IN THE NY TIMES

'MoMa has a history of excluding not only black artists but also women. (...) “Unfinished Conversations” is neither a corrective nor a direct response to this history and reputation, but the exhibition makes strides. It includes a great deal of work by artists of varying racial, ethnic, and class backgrounds, and avoids trumpeting the familiar self-congratulatory liberal politics—a tuneless, corporatized gospel of diversity. Instead, the curators have managed to emphasize the work itself over the identities of the artists and, crucially, without using this approach as a justification for excluding work by women and artists of color.'

The Unsettling Power of MOMA’s “Unfinished Conversations”
An article by Cassie da Costa

http://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/the-unsettling-power-of-moma-unfinished-conversations
SAMUEL FOSSO 'Unfinished Conversations: New Work from the Collection' MOMA GROUP EXHIBITION REVIEWED IN THE NY TIMES

PURDY HICKS GALLERY ARTISTS' WORKS FROM GOLDER-THOMPSON COLLECTION DONATED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK

Golder-Thompson gift to the University of Warwick, dedicated to Rebecca Hicks and Nicola Shane, including works by Purdy Hicks gallery artists Chan Hyo Bae, Joakim Eskildsen, Tom Hunter, Sally Smart, Tessa Traeger, and Bettina von Zwehl.

https://www.warwickartscentre.co.uk/mead-gallery/
Warwick Arts Centre
University of Warwick, CV4 7AL
Purdy Hicks Gallery artists' works from Golder-Thompson collection donated to the University of Warwick