PURDY HICKS GALLERY TO PARTICIPATE IN PULSE MIAMI, 1ST - 4TH DECEMBER 2016
Purdy Hicks Gallery is pleased to present works by Sue Arrowsmith, Pierre Bergian, Jonathan Delafield Cook, Susan Derges, Felim Egan, Ralph Fleck, Sandra Kantanen, Claire Kerr, Marcia Kure, Alice Maher, Jorma Puranen, Tessa Traeger, and Bettina von Zwhel.
Purdy Hicks Gallery
Indian Beach Park
4601 Collins Avenue,
PURDY HICKS GALLERY TO PARTICIPATE IN PARIS PHOTO, 10TH - 13TH NOVEMBER 2016
Purdy Hicks Gallery is pleased to present works by Susan Derges, Sandra Kantanen, Edgar Martins, Diana Matar, Awoiska van der Molen and Bettina von Zwhel.
Purdy Hicks Gallery
Grand Palais, Paris
DIANA MATAR: FINANCIAL TIMES WEEKEND MAGAZINE, OCTOBER 22/23 2016.
The FT Weekend Magazine features an essay by Hisham Matar that reflects on his journey to Libya in 2012, and is accompanied by Diana Matar's images from the series Still Far Away.
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EDGAR MARTINS: SILOQUIES AND SOLILOQUIES ON DEATH, LIFE AND OTHER INTERLUDES, 30 JUNE - 17 OCTOBER 2017. MUSEUM OF ART, ARCHITECTURE AND TECHNOLOGY, LISBON.
'Siloquies and Soliloquies on Death, Life and Other Interludes' began to take shape during the course of research carried out by Edgar Martins at the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Science (INMLCF) in Lisbon and Coimbra. Between 2013 and 2015, the artist took over 1,000 photographs and digitalised over 3,000 negatives from the vast and extraordinary archive held by the INMLCF.
Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology
Av. Brasília, Central Tejo
BETTINA VON ZWEHL: SETTING MEMORY, SIGMUND FREUD MUSEUM VIENNA 7 OCTOBER 2016 - 21 JANUARY 2017
Photographs from von Zwehl's series documenting Anna Freud's personal belongings in London afford insights into past life-worlds - visual reminiscences returned to their place of origin that depict the setting of the early history of pedagogy and child analysis in `Red Vienna' of the 1920's. The installation Sospiri (Sighs) stages experiences of loss and mourning: von Zwehl combines personal traces of life and memory in an unembellished photographic memory record.
Sigmund Freud Museum