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If the Ground Should Open… (live)
Tuesday 13 December 2016, 19:00 – 22:00
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
Tickets €8: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/jaki-irvine-if-the-ground-should-open-live-tickets-27987183419
Jaki Irvine presents the entirety of her new work for IMMA, If the Ground Should Open… performed live by the project performers; Louise Phelan, Cats Irvine, Cherry Smyth, Hilary Knox, Izumi Kimura, Liz McClaren, Jane Hughes, Aura Stone and Sarah Grimes in the atmospheric surrounds of the Great Hall at IMMA, where the footage for the original sound and video work was developed.
11 December 2016 – 21 February 2017
Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai
Suitcase Museum is a collection of 44 objects from Dayanita Singh’s Museum of Chance (Steidl, 2015). Two suitcases make up this museum, encouraging the future form of the museum and both condensing and expanding its boundaries. In her work, Singh challenges traditional and existing concepts of photography and pushes the medium to speak through other forms like the book, the museum and the archive.
At the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, which inspired Dayanita Singh early in her career, she appropriates the Museum’s syntax and structure, its formal as well as its ideological function to present new ways of looking at and engaging with objects.
Any Dream Will Do
Luton Town Centre
9 December 2016 – 19 March 2017
For the winter-spring 2017 edition of ‘As You Change, So Do I’, Polly Apfelbaum will produce Any Dream Will Do, a series of new poster-works produced exclusively for Luton town centre. A large billboard poster will be positioned outside of Luton’s central railway station while three other smaller works – Pataphysical Dog, A is for Animals and Celtic Animal Zodiac – will be produced in an unlimited edition to be taken away and reposted around Luton by visitors to the town’s new cultural district. In addition, a limited print, in the form of a tea-towel calendar for 2017 titled Pink Giraffe, will be made for the project in collaboration with Luton’s Guildford Street Press.
Frith Street Gallery is delighted to announce that Cornelia Parker has been named Artist of the 2016 by Apollo Magazine.
This year the artist was selected for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s fourth annual roof garden commission, for which she created Transitional Object (Psychobarn), an installation based on Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho.
Her interview with Isabel Stevens is available to read online at: http://www.apollo-magazine.com/artist-of-the-year-winner-apollo-awards-2016/
“Why Not Ask Again? – Arguments, Counter-arguments and Stories”
11th Shanghai Biennale
11 November 2016 — 14 March 2017
Raqs Media Collective are Chief Curators of the 11th Shanghai Biennale, which opens to the public on Saturday 12 November. The show’s title – “Why Not Ask Again? Arguments, Counter-arguments and Stories” – is inspired by filmmaker Ritwik Ghatak’s film Arguments, Counter-Arguments & Stories (1974), and will feature over 90 artists.
The biennale’s main venue, opened in 2012, is in a former power plant. The rest of the show will take place in various locations throughout the city, including the Swatch Art Peace Hotel, the Good Choice Bakery, and Shanghai Concert Hall Square, among others.
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