Frith Street Gallery

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  • Thomas Schütte at Skulpturenhalle

    Thomas Schütte at Skulpturenhalle

    28 January – 12 March 2017
    Skulpturenhalle, Neuss/Holzheim, Germany
    Lindenweg, Junction Berger Weg

    The Skulpturenhalle, or sculpture hall, of the Thomas Schütte Foundation on the outskirts of Neuss is the biggest and most ambitious building so far to be based on a model by Thomas Schütte. A solo exhibition of his work will be presented here.

  • Fiona Tan: “Ascent” Screenings

    Fiona Tan: “Ascent” Screenings

    International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR)
    Friday 27 January, 16:30 – 17:50, Kino 1
    Sunday 29 January, 22:00 – 23:20, LantarenVenster 6
    Wednesday 1 February, 09:30 – 10:50, Pathé 3

    Ascent presents Mount Fuji, the holy Japanese volcano, in every shot of this kaleidoscopic compilation of photos. Balancing between documentary and fiction, this filmic experiment is illuminated by a soundtrack of an English woman’s voice reminiscing about her dead Japanese lover who once climbed the volcano.

  • Raqs Media Collective Shortlisted for the Fourth Plinth

    Raqs Media Collective Shortlisted for the Fourth Plinth

    Frith Street Gallery is delighted to announce that Raqs Media Collective have been shortlisted for the prestigious Fourth Plinth Commission in Trafalgar Square. In their proposed work ‘The Emperor’s Old Clothes,’ the artists invoke a statue, a stony relic of the British Empire, only to take away the body of power from this figure, leaving just an empty robe as a reminder.

    A maquette will be presented in the Annenberg Court at the National Gallery from 19 January until 26 March 2017.

  • Daphne Wright: Emotional Archaeology

    Daphne Wright: Emotional Archaeology

    Emotional Archaeology
    Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin
    20 January – 26 February 2017

    In collaboration with Arnolfini, Bristol, the RHA presents a selection of work from the last 25 years by the Irish artist Daphne Wright who has been based in Bristol. Wright’s work engages a series of conceptual ideas and sculptural languages, which have been quietly influential. It is the result of a relentless curiosity into the way in which materials can create an involvement with often unspoken human preoccupations. Wright is not afraid to embrace domestic and familial subjects in order to encourage a genuine psychological commitment from the viewer; this is a retrospective look at Wright as an emotional archaeologist.

  • Massimo Bartolini: 2017 Pune Biennale

    Massimo Bartolini: 2017 Pune Biennale

    Habit-co-Habit: 2017 Pune Biennale
    5 – 29 January 2017
    Sambhaji Park, Pune

    For the 2017 Pune Biennale, Massimo Bartolini has created a social sculpture in the form of a small amphitheatre around a tree in one of Pune’s leafy gardens, Sambhaji Park. The sculpture is meant to be both symbolic and functional; even while it ensconces the tree it will become the platform for hosting short dance performances.

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