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News – Fiona Banner

  • Fiona Banner: Buoys Boys

    Fiona Banner: Buoys Boys

    Buoys Boys
    24 September 2016 – 8 January 2017
    De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill on Sea

    Fiona Banner presents an immersive installation exploring her ongoing interest in language and its limitations. The exhibition, which takes place both inside and outside of the gallery, is a play on digital vs. material experiences.

    Banner continues her Full Stop sculptures – a sequence of full stops from typefaces blown up to human scale, previously produced in polystyrene and bronze – reformed here as large inflatables. They will be presented as a series of happenings around the Pavilion. Full stops also feature in a vast window installation spanning the full length of the gallery, making illusory sculptural interventions, or Buoys, on the seascape beyond.

  • Found: An Exhibition Curated By Cornelia Parker

    Found: An Exhibition Curated By Cornelia Parker

    Found
    An exhibition curated by Cornelia Parker
    The Foundling Museum, London
    27 May – 4 September 2016

    Foundling Fellow Cornelia Parker has invited over sixty outstanding artists, writers, and musicians from a range of creative disciplines to respond to the theme of ‘found’, reflecting on the Museum’s heritage.

    Combining new and existing work with found objects kept for their significance, this major exhibition unfolds throughout the Museum, interacting with historic works in the Collection and with each other. The exhibition also features work by Frith Street Gallery artists Polly Apfelbaum, Fiona Banner, Tacita Dean, and Dorothy Cross (pictured here).

  • Fiona Banner: Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling

    Fiona Banner: Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling

    Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling
    24 March – 29 May 2016
    Kunsthalle Nürnberg
    Private View: Wednesday 23 March 8-10pm

    Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling is the most comprehensive exhibition of Fiona Banner’s work to date, re-presenting key early projects alongside recent and unseen works that span a period of 25 years. Throughout the exhibition Banner revisits her work with intensity and humour. The exhibition travels from Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.

    To accompany Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling Fiona Banner has produced a major new artist’s book which focuses on related material from her personal archive. It takes the material form of a large directory, over 800 pages long and typeset in a font designed by the artist especially for this project, titled Font. The book is available for a special exhibition price of €30 at Kunsthalle Nürnberg, and Font is available to download free from www.fionabanner.com

  • Fiona Banner: Every Word Unmade

    Fiona Banner: Every Word Unmade

    Study #13: Every Word Unmade
    David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF)
    29 January – 5 March 2016

    Study #13 presents for the first time in London Fiona Banner’s seminal work Every Word Unmade (2007), a series of 26 metre-high neon letters together comprising an upper-case alphabet hand made by the artist. The work is explored in-depth in a new text by Emily King written especially for the exhibition, and installed alongside a selection of key language and light works by Banner including Full Stop (1997), Beagle Punctuation (2013) and her recent series of Full Stop Beanbags (2015).

  • FIona Banner: Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling

    FIona Banner: Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling

    Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling
    10 October 2015 – 17 January 2016
    Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

    Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling is the most comprehensive exhibition to date of work by British artist Fiona Banner. Ikon represents key early projects alongside recent and unseen works that span a period of 25 years.

    To accompany Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling Banner has published a major new book which focuses on related material from her personal archive, compiled over the last 25 years. She has also designed her own typeface for the first time, used across Ikon print and signage for the duration of her exhibition. Font also appears at Banner’s exhibition at Frith Street Gallery, London (18 September – 31 October 2015).

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