TATTON PARK BIENNIAL 2010
Oona Grimes, Helen Maurer and Sophie Lascelles
have been selected to take part in the 2nd biennial of contemporary art at Tatton Park near Manchester.
Tatton Park Biennial 2010 - 8 May to 26 September 2008
David Cotterrell has been awarded a Philip Leverhulme Prize.
The Trustees are pleased to announce the results of the 2009 competition for Philip Leverhulme Prizes.
These Prizes are awarded to outstanding young scholars who have made a substantial and recognised contribution to their particular field, are recognised at an international level, and whose future contributions are held to be of correspondingly high promise. Further details can be found at the Leverhulme Trust website.
an evening of performances with Jemima and Dolly Brown, Ole Hagen, Alicia Paz, Plastique Fantastique,
Kit Poulson and Alex Baker
Swedenborg Hall 20-21 Bloomsbury Way London WC1A 2TH
Monday 13 July 2009 7 - 10 pm
David Cotterrell, Heather & Ivan Morison and Paulette Phillips
have been selected to take part in the first biennial of contemporary art in a National Trust property,
Tatton Park near Manchester.
Tatton Park Biennial 2008 - 3 May to 28 September 2008
Judy Price - In
conversation with Jananne Al-Ani
4pm Sunday June 15 in the gallery
Judy Price will discuss her new video and sound installation with Jananne Al-Ani.
The informal conversation will be followed by tea and cakes in the garden (weather permitting).
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Culture in a time of conflict
The panel will include artist David Cotterrell and writer Andrew O’Hagan
The fourth event in this series will explore the environmental footprint of war from an arts perspective. The makers of the film ‘Scarred Lands’ described the environment as the ‘silent casualty’ of war. War carries many environmental implications and resource depletion is increasingly engendering conflict. Michael Klare painted a terrifying picture of ‘the new landscape of global conflict’ in his book Resource Wars. How are artists responding to these challenges and what is their perspective on war?
In November last year David Cotterrell spent three weeks with the Royal Army Medical Corps and Royal Marine Commandos for a residency supported by the Wellcome Trust at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province.
This military perspective was recently complimented by a second trip to Afghanistan, this time through civilian eyes, on an Arts & Ecology residency in Kabul, Afghanistan with Turquoise Mountain. During his time in Kabul he had the opportunity to engage and work with artists, craft makers and art students both at Kabul University and Turquoise Mountain’s Centre for Traditional Afghan Art and Architecture in Kabul
For his recent collection of essays, The Atlantic Ocean, writer Andrew O’Hagan researched the lives of two infantrymen, one British and one American, who died on the same night in Iraq. Many of O’Hagan’s novels have voiced issues surrounding conflict and he has also written numerous articles exploring the ethics of war.
Be Near Me, his last novel, won the 2008 Los Angeles Times Book Prize award for fiction. He joined the prestigious Robert Burns Humanitarian Award judging panel this year and has recently returned from Palestine where he participated in the Palestine Festival of Literature.
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Eastern Standard: Western Artists in China, 2 February to 31 December 2008, MASS MoCA North Adams,
Commissioned by the Wellcome Trust to make new work for the forthcoming exhibition War & Medicine
(working title) Autumn 2008
Commissioned by CABE, Arts and Business and Arts Council England as the lead artist consultant for the
'CB1' Masterplan in Cambridge in collaboration with Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners and Commissions East.
Eurasia One, Exhibition of 16 Chinese and European artists, curated by Rolf Kluenter, Andrea Neidhoefer
(Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art). Hosted by Island 6 Art Centre, Shanghai and supported by The German
the gallery will participate in the following art fairs: