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Dayanita Singh is one of eleven recipients of this year’s award which focused on the theme of the human Body. Singh was awarded for the outstanding quality of her images, for providing a complex and well-articulated view of contemporary India, and for introducing a new aesthetic into Indian photography.
Singh’s work will also be included in Indian Highway, a group exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery, 10 December 2008 – 22 February 2009. Exhibition travelling to Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo, Norway.
Set design project for the English National Opera
27 – 30 November 2008
English National Opera marks the 50th anniversary of the death of one of England’s best-loved composers, Ralph Vaughan Williams, with a major new production conducted by British music specialist Richard hickox and directed by the acclaimed actress Fiona Shaw. Riders to the Sea is set in the Aran Islands and is his most moving and compelling opera. The piece’s visual concept has been jointly devised by Irish multi-media artist Dorothy Cross and set designer Tom Pye
THE SQUARE ROOT OF MINUS ONE IS PLUS OR MINUS i
Published by Charta Art Books.
This new publication brings all of Jaki Irvine’s moving image work together for the first time, providing a unique opportunity for readers to experience the full depth and strength of her practice.
MAMbo – Museo d’Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italy
25 September – 8 December 2008
This exhibition was entirely conceived in relation to the spaces of the The Museum of Modern Art, Bologna. It presents a wide selection of works belonging to important series in the artist’s career and includes a major new piece made of bronze and leather entitled “Scrigno”.
Group exhibition at IMMA, Dublin, Ireland
9 September 2008 – 29 March 2009
Exquisite Corpse is an exhibition of 17 works from the IMMA Collection that seeks to reveal a variety of perspectives on the Collection. The title of the exhibition is drawn from the game ‘Exquisite Corpse’ which was invented by the Surrealists in 1925 where a collection of words or images are collectively assembled. In this case the game’s structure is used to tap into the eclectic character of IMMA’s Collection.
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