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PROJECT 05: NICKY HIRST, PENNY KLEPUSZEWSKA AND TOM LOVELACE

17 January - 28 March 2014

Contemporary Art Society
, 59 Central Street, 
London EC1V 3AF

PROJECTS is a series of exhibitions within the Contemporary Art Society space at 59 Central Street that transform and use the architecture of the building, drawing into focus questions around modes of display and the encounter between contemporary art and architecture.

Nicky Hirst, Penny Klepuszewska and Tom Lovelace, who all work with the photographic medium. These artists share a formal concern with space and the ways in which space can be used to effect a visual language. Addressing complexities around perception and dramatic potential, the display brings together bodies of works that suggest a number of possible narratives but deny the viewer any conclusive reading.

Curated by Contemporary Art Society Membership Programmes Manager, Sarah Page.


 

CREEKSIDE OPEN EXHIBITION

2 - 26 May 2013

Selected for the Creekside Open 2013 by Paul Noble

APT Gallery, Harold Wharf, 6 Creekside, Deptford, London SE8 4SA

Elemental 19, 2013  

 

 

 

DRAWING BIENNIAL EXHIBITION: 18 April - 15 May 2013

Auction Finale: 15 May 6 - 9pm 

An exhibition and auction of over 200 specially made drawings by an international line-up of artists in support of the Drawing Room programme and its non-profit activities. The works will be available to view online throughout the 4 weeks of the exhibition, from 10am Thursday 18 April. 

http://drawingroom.org.uk/drawingbiennial2013/works

Cutis 2013


 

 

Nicky Hirst, in collaboration with Passmores Academy in Essex and architects Jestico+Whiles, has created a site specific public artwork. The large cabinet, which is sited in the school entrance, contains forty individually engraved trophies.

'The Journey', 2009 - 2012

 

 

Nicky Hirst has created 'A to Z', a permanent public artwork in the form of a site specific bronze balustrade for the Bulgari Hotel & Residences, Knightsbridge Green, London SW7 1DW. 

 

 

Nicky Hirst has worked in collaboration with architects Hawkins\Brown on the perforated aluminium cladding for the new student accommodation at the Royal Veterinary College's Hawkshead Campus.

The project has received an RIBA Award 2012