'jim hodges: with liberty and justice for all (a work in progress)', at contemporary austin, texas, USA
17 December 2016
Jim Hodges' 'With Liberty and Justice for All (A Work in Progress)', 2014, consists of the title's words "With Liberty and Justice for All" spelled out in seven-foot-tall letters spanning two sides of The Contemporary Austin's Moody Rooftop at the Jones Center. The letters' iridescent, mirrored surfaces oscillate between blues, purples, oranges, and pinks, reflecting the environment around them....
robert beck in 'slow succession with many interruptions' at sfmoma, san francisco, USA
10 December 2016
A Slow Succession with Many Interruptions reflects on the ways that artists have responded to the conditions of the twenty-first century.
jennifer rubell in 'high anxiety: new acquisitions' at rubell family collection, miami, USA
30 November 2016
'High Anxiety: New Acquisitions' presents selections of artworks from 32 artists acquired since 2014, many of whom explore polarising social and political concerns through a broad spectrum of contemporary artistic practices. In gauging the output and energies of these artists we find creative currents that speak to our shared state of uncertainty, nervousness and pessimism. "Artists help us comprehend and g...
kendell geers in ‘why not ask again’ at power station of art, shanghai, china
11 November 2016
Kendell Geers is in the 11th Shanghai Biennale which this year is titled ‘Why Not Ask Again' and takes place at the Power Station of Art, the first state-run museum dedicated to contemporary art in mainland China.
First launched in 1996, the biennale has always taken Shanghai as its primary focus, gathering the most talented international curators and artists to explore the connection between urban life, contemporary...
'anne truitt: intersections' at baltimore museum of art, baltimore, USAFive sculptural towers of colour by the acclaimed artist Anne Truitt (1921-2004, American) are on view adjacent to the BMA's Asian and African art collections. This juxtaposition, as well as brief in-gallery essays by the BMA's curators of contemporary, Asian, and African art, invite visitors to contemplate the ways in which essential visual elements such as colour and shape transcend time and geography.
'melvin edwards' at oklahoma contemporary, oklahoma, USA
20 October 2016
Internationally recognised sculptor Melvin Edwards returns to Oklahoma with his first solo exhibition in the state in the last 25 year. The exhibition presents an unprecedented opportunity with more than half of the works created specially for Oklahoma Contemporary from materials the artist gathered in and around Oklahoma City.
kehinde wiley: lamentation' at petit palais, paris, franceFor his first solo show in France, Kehinde Wiley presents ten monumental works in stained glass and oil on canvas. Wiley continues his exploration of religious iconography in reference to Christ and for the first time the figure of the Virgin Mary. Six windows will be installed in the Great Gallery at Petit Palais, alongside four monumental paintings that will dress the walls of one of the rooms of the nineteenth century collections on the ground floor.
melvin edwards and jiro takamatsu in ‘postwar: art between the pacific and the atlantic 1945-1965’, haus der kunst, munich, germany
14 October 2016
Melvin Edwards and Jiro Takamatsu have work included in ‘Postwar: Art Between the Pacific and the Atlantic', an exhibition that examines the vibrant and turbulent postwar period
kendell geers in ‘dÉpenses’ at labanque, bÉthune, france
8 October 2016
Curated by Léa Bismuth, 'Dépenses' is the first of three exhibitions to explore the work and thinking of the French intellectual George Bataille. In this exhibition eleven artists question the concept of "Expense" and respond in particular to a text titled ‘The Accursed Share' which was published in 1949 by Georges Bataille.
The exhibition will feature Kendell Geers' 'Kaput Mortuum'.
The exhibition runs from 8 October 2016 until 26 Febru...
'kehinde wiley: a new republic' travels to phoenix art museum, arizona, USA
Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic presents a stunning retrospective of the artist's prolific career through nearly 60 paintings and sculptures.
Kehinde Wiley's work raises intriguing questions about race, gender, and the politics of representation by portraying contemporary African American men and women using the conventions of traditional European portraiture. Appropriating the format of specific paintings by renowned masters ranging from...
‘thomas hirschhorn: stand-alone’ at the mistake room, los angeles, USA
7 October 2016
Stand-Alone is the first solo project in Los Angeles for internationally renowned artist Thomas Hirschhorn. Produced in collaboration with the Coppel Collection in Mexico, the exhibition will feature a large-scale spatial collage that will transform The Mistake Room's gallery space into an immersive environment. Stand-alone was created in 2007 and presented in Berlin that same year. It was subsequently acquired by the Coppel ...
'david shrigley: lose your mind' travels to storage by hyundai card in seoul, korea
'Lose Your Mind' highlights the breadth of Shrigley's practice and features important works such as his taxidermy pieces such as ‘Ostrich', 2009. Other prominent pieces include 'Beginning, Middle and End', 2009, a sprawling clay work which will spread throughout the gallery space. The exhibition will also present Shrigley's acclaimed animated films and drawings.
jennifer rubell in 'no man’s land: women artists from the rubell family collection’, national museum of women in the arts, washington d.c., USA
30 September 2016
National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) is collaborating with the Rubell Family Collection (RFC) to realise a new vision for ‘No Man's Land', an exhibition that opened at the RFC's space in Miami in December 2015. Featuring work by 37 artists from 15 countries, NMWA's presentation imagines a visual conversation between women artists new to the Rub...
david shrigley's fourth plinth commission, 'really good' unveiled at trafalgar square, london, UK
Commissioned by the Mayor of London as part of the Fourth Plinth Programme, 'Really Good' is the eleventh sculpture to stand on Trafalgar Square's celebrated plinth, and will be the first major public art commission to be unveiled under the auspices of the new Mayor for London Sadiq Khan.
david shrigley and yinka shonibare MBE at 'printemps de septembre' festival in toulouse, franceThe Printemps de Septembre (Spring in September) returns this year after a three year hiatus to Toulouse in Southern France. The festival, which was recently redefined as a Biennal by founder Marie-Thérèse Perrin, takes place throughout the city with a programme of exhibitions, concerts, screenings and performances.
tom friedman's 'looking up' installed on chicago's lakefront
21 September 2016
The Chicago Park District in collaboration with Luhring Augustine, New York and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London install Tom Friedman's 'Looking Up' 2015 on Chicago's Lakefront.
david shrigley's 'life model ii' opens at the rose art museum, massachusetts, USA Scottish artist David Shrigley plays on the age-old tradition of life drawing classes, transforming the gallery into a classroom and viewers into participants. Visitors may sit, observe, and draw from the artist's caricatured sculpture of a nine-foot-tall woman.
rivane neuenschwander in ‘abstract/object’ at the art institute of chicago, illinois, USA
10 September 2016
László Moholy-Nagy (American, born Hungary, 1895-1946) pioneered approaches to abstraction using industrial technology and emphasized art viewing as an intellectual and physical encounter involving more than eyesight alone. A companion to the concurrent Moholy-Nagy retrospective, this exhibition examines the resonance of the artist's experiments and open-mindedness with works in film, photography, painti...
rivane neuenschwander and luiz zerbini at inhotim instituto, sao paulo, brazil
On the occasion of the 32nd Sao Paulo Biennial, The Instituto Inhotim in Brazil is opening a special exhibition titled ‘Por acqua todo e novo... (Here everything is new)...' which will include ‘The Tenant' 2010 by Rivane Neuenschwander and Cao Guimaraes.
A new work will also be added to Luiz Zerbini's permanent exhibition ‘amor lugar comma (common love place)'.
Sao Paulo Biennial runs from 10 September until 1 December 2016.
'stephan balkenhol: sculptures and reliefs' at moscow museum of art, moscow, russia
8 September 2016
Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents a solo exhibition of the world famous sculptor Stephan Balkenhol (b. 1957) - the first major Russian show to span the artist's entire career.
david shrigley 'memorial' installed on the doris c. freedman plaza, central park, new york, USA
From 8 September New Yorkers will be able to enjoy a new, large-scale public artwork by British artist David Shrigley. Best known for his hilarious - and multidisciplinary - riffs on everyday thoughts and occurrences, Shrigley will create a piece titled MEMORIAL, which will consist of a 17-foot-tall shopping list.
claire barclay in the 11th edition of the gwangju biennale, gwangju, korea
2 September 2016
Scottish artist Claire Barclay features in the 11th edition of the Gwangju Biennale in Korea, one of the leading international exhibitions of contemporary art. The exhibition is hosted by Gwangju Biennale Foundation and Gwangju Metropolitan City and is titled ‘The Eighth Climate (What does art do?)'.
tom friedman in ‘reading as art’ at bury art museum & sculpture centre in bury, UK
26 August 2016
Massachusetts based artist Tom Friedman (b.1965) has two works on paper featured in the group show ‘Reading as Art' at Bury Art Museum in the UK.
thomas hirschhorn is guest curator for the sommerakademie 2016 at zentrum paul klee in bern, switzerland
12 August 2016
Thomas Hirschhorn is to guest curate the Sommerakademie 2016 exhibition at Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern, Switzerland. Hirschhorn (b.1957) studied at the Schule für Gestaltung, Zürich, from 1978 to 1983 and moved to Paris in 1983, where he has lived ever since.
Recent solo projects include ‘In-Between' at South London Gallery, London, England (2015); ‘Flamme Eternelle' at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Fr...
huma bhabha in public art series 'sculpture in the city’ in and around square mile, london
28 June 2016
The popular public art exhibition, Sculpture in the City, returns this summer with a selection of contemporary art pieces in and around London's Square Mile.
david shrigley finalist in prix canson 2016 drawing prize at the drawing center, new york, USAThe Prix Canson, one of the most prestigious annual drawing prizes in the world, is partnering with The Drawing Center to exhibit the works of their 2016 finalists from June 22 through July 1, 2016. Canson® and The Drawing Center are linked by their shared passion for drawing and by their ambition to promote art to wide and diverse audiences.
andreas eriksson, yinka shonibare MBE and kehinde wiley in ‘making & unmaking: an exhibtion curated by duro olowu’ at camden arts centre, london
19 June 2016
Making & Unmaking, curated by celebrated fashion designer and curator Duro Olowu, is the latest in the Camden Art Centre's series of artist-selected shows.
anne truitt in 'defining sculpture' at albright-knox art gallery, new york, USA Featuring works drawn exclusively from the Albright-Knox's Collection, 'Defining Sculpture' offers a perspective on the medium's remarkable development and hybridity from the postwar years to the present. Radically transformative Pop art sculptures by Marisol and Claes Oldenburg, inspired by Robert Rauschenberg's all-but-the-kitchen-sink Combines, join sprawling and monumental abstractions by Polly Apfelbaum, Katharina Grosse, and Tara Donovan that celebrate the glorious possibilities of color, while selected statements by contemporary sculptors provide timely points of view.
stephan balkenhol and yinka shonibare MBE at the royal academy summer exhibition, london, UK
13 June 2016
Stephan Balkenhol and Yinka Shonibare MBE take part in the world renowned Summer Exhibition at Royal Academy in London.
rivane neuenschwander in ‘under the same sun: art from latin america today’ at south london gallery
10 June 2016
The South London Gallery presents Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today, the second exhibition of the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative. Curated by Pablo León de la Barra, Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator, Latin America, in collaboration with the South London Gallery, the exhibition highlights recently acquired works by more than 20 artists working with mediums and methods including inst...
kendell geers in ‘football: at the limit of offside’ at musÉe d’aquitaine in, bordeaux, france
9 June 2016
Kendell Geers' installation ‘Dirty Balls', 2002-2006, is included in this group exhibition which marks the occasion of the Euro 2016 football tournament. Musée d'Aquitaine presents ‘Football: at the limit of offside' to explore the impact of the world's most popular sport. Now a global phenomenon, this exhibition will focus on the economic, social and cultural relevance of football. The exhibition will...
the museum of modern art honours huma bhabha at summer gala 'party in the garden’, new york
1 June 2016
The Museum of Modern Art's Party in the Garden will honour collection artists Huma Bhabha, Mark Bradford, and Brice Marden, along with philanthropists Amanda and Glenn Fuhrman and Sally and Wynn Kramarsky.
david shrigley in 'alice in crisis' at dio horia gallery, mykanos, greeceDavid Shrigley partakes in a unique group show which takes the form of an 'Alice in Wonderland styled' crisis escape town that is populated by anthropomorphic creatures, rabbit holes, peculiar airplanes, nonsense balloons and so on. The aim of the show is to put emphasis on the small occurrences where ideas, actions and various forms of pleasurable releases occur, even in times where people are subjected to the pressures and strains of contemporary life.
david shrigley and yinka shonibare MBE in 'found' at foundling museum, london, UKFor this major exhibition, Foundling Fellow Cornelia Parker has invited over sixty outstanding artists 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, the exhibition will unfold throughout the Museum, interacting with historic works in the Collection and with each other.
mamma andersson in 'collected works! 30 years with maria bonnier dahlin foundation', bonniers konsthall, sweden
22 May 2016
Mamma Andersson is included in 'Collected Works! 30 Years', a look back at the Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation since its conception in 1986. Over the past 30 years, the Maria Bonnier Dahlin Foundation has supported young artists. This group exhibition, featuring art from all 79 grant recipients, will offer a unique overview of Swedish art history.
stephan balkenhol in two-person show at the fondation fernet-branca, saint louis, france
22 May 2016
Fondation Fernet-Branca in Saint-Louis in northeastern France presents a two person show with Stephan Balkenhol (b.1957) and Philippe Cognée (b.1957). The exhibition looks at the relationship between the artists and at their practice and explorations into figuration since the 1980s.
manuel espinosa, andreas eriksson and david shrigley in ‘seeing round corners’ at turner contemporary, margate
21 May 2016
In summer 2016, Turner Contemporary presents the first UK exhibition to explore how artists have responded to the phenomenon of the circle, the disc or the sphere. This exhibition explores the ways in which artists have used this universal and recurring form, and the very idea of ‘roundness'.
tonico lemos auad and rivane neuenschwander in 'soft power, arte brasil', kunsthal kade, amersfoort, the netherlands
21 May 2016
Tonico Lemos Auad and Rivane Neuenschwander feature in 'Soft Power. Arte Brasil', a major exhibition at Kunsthal Kade in Amersfoort, The Netherlands.
tonico lemos auad in 'what separates us', an hs projects group exhibition at the embassy of brazil, london, UK
20 May 2016
HS Projects presents ‘What separates us', a group exhibition by four Brazilian artists, Tonico Lemos Auad, Adriano Costa, Rodrigo Matheus and Matheus Rocha Pitta, at Sala Brazil, the Embassy of Brazil in London.
tonico lemos auad in 'all heritage is poetry (todo o património é poesia)' at fundação eugénio de almeida, Évora, portugal
14 May 2016
Tonico Lemos Auad is in ‘All Heritage is Poetry (Todo o Património é Poesia)', a group exhibition at Fundação Eugénio de Almeida to mark the 30th anniversary of Évora, in south-cental Portugal, receiving classification as a World Heritage site by UNESCO.
rivane neuenschwander in 'the campaign for art' at san francisco museum of modern art, california, USA
14 May 2016
Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander is included in 'The Campaign for Art. Modern and Contemporary' at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. This exhibition - one of several highlighting contributions from the museum's Campaign for Art - introduces the range and quality of these newly committed and gifted works in a multidisciplinary selection that strengthens and deepens SFMOMA's collection. Among th...
kendell geers in ‘punk. its traces in contemporary art’ at macba, barcelona, spain
13 May 2016
'PUNK. Its Traces in Contemporary Art' features over sixty artists and includes a grouping of indian ink on paper paintings by Kendell Geers. The exhibition traces a journey through the influence of punk in contemporary art and echoes the importance of its presence as an attitude and as a referent for many creators. It includes installations, documentary excerpts, multiples, photographs, videos and paintings, togethe...
‘robert beck / robert buck: states of america’ at pizzuti collection, ohio
10 May 2016
Pizzuti Collection in Ohio present a major solo exhibition of Robert Buck, an artist whose work has been collected in depth by the Pizzuti's over the past twenty years.
andreas eriksson in a group exhibition at lidköpings konstförening, lidköping, sweden
7 May 2016
Andreas Eriksson is one of six artists taking part in a select group exhibition at Lidköping Konstförening in Sweden. The exhibition features paintings, sculpture, photography and video works by five Swedish artists, all of who have previously exhibited at Lidköping and return to showcase their work to an increasingly growing and receptive local audience.
juan araujo in 'roberto burle marx: brazilian modernist' at jewish museum, new york
6 May 2016
The Brazilian artist Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994) is one of the most prominent landscape architects of the twentieth century. His famous projects range from the remarkable mosaic pavements on the seaside avenue of Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana Beach to the multitude of gardens that embellish Brasilia, one of several-large scale projects he executed in collaboration with famed architect Oscar Niemeyer.
kendell geers in ‘the possessed’ at friche la belle de mai in marseille, france
5 May 2016
'The Possessed' brings together more than sixty contemporary works borrowed from private collections in southern France. Dating from the 1960s to the present, the exhibition reveals the aesthetic similarities between the collections and highlights some of the singular conversations that each has with the artists. This unique exhibition, featuring work from Kendell Geers, offers visitors a special approach to the act of c...
'rivane neuenschwander: secondary stories’ at linda pace foundation, texas, USA
30 April 2016
The Linda Pace Foundation presents the Texas debut of Secondary Stories, a room-sized installation by Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander. Neuenschwander has become widely regarded for her often ephemeral work that explores narratives about language, nature, social interactions and the passing of time. Showcasing Secondary Stories as well as three video installation works, the exhibition opens at SPACE, the public ga...
robert beck in ‘human interest: portraits from the whitney’s collection’ at whitney museum of american art, new york
27 April 2016
Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney's Collection offers new perspectives on one of art's oldest genres.
yoshitomo nara launches waterloo billboard commissions, southbank centre, london
25 April 2016
The Hayward Gallery launches the Waterloo Billboard Commissions with a new artwork by Yoshitomo Nara. The humorous, manga-influenced piece, titled 'Marching on the Butterbur Leaf', depicts a young girl playfully encouraging passers-by to fall in step. It was created by Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara, who exhibited in the Hayward Gallery's group exhibition Walking in My Mind in 2009.
The billboard is the first in a series...
yoshitomo nara in 'hey ho lets go: ramones and the birth of punk’ at queeens musuem, new york, USA
10 April 2016
On the 40th anniversary of the Ramones' debut album the Queens Museum and the GRAMMY Museum are partnering to present an unprecedented two-part exhibition celebrating the lasting influence of punk rock progenitors the Ramones. While the exhibition's two parts will share many key objects drawn from more than 50 public and private collection across the world, each will explore the Ramones through a diff...
yoshitomo nara in 'revalue nippon project' at panasonic shidome museum, tokyo, japan
9 April 2016
Yoshitomo Nara features in the group show 'Revalue Nippon Project', organised by former Japanese soccer player Hidetoshi Nakata. Since retiring Nakata has initiated opportunities such as this for the general public to rediscover the value, potential, and delight of KOGEI (Japanese craft arts) - as well as the traditional Japanese cultures and techniques associated with them - that have been practiced for centuries. By...
'claire barclay: bright bodies’ at glasgow international 2016
8 April 2016
Claire Barclay presents ‘Bright Bodies' as part of Glasgow International 2016. Taking place in Kelvin Hall, Barclay's work draws upon aspects of the building's past to create a large-scale installation within one of the near-derelict spaces before it is once again transformed as part of a major refurbishment.
kendell geers and thomas hirschhorn in ‘a history. contemporary art from the centre pompidou’ at haus der kunst, munich, germany
25 March 2016
'A History: Contemporary Art from the Centre Pompidou' provides an overview of contemporary art since the 1980s with 160 works by more than 100 artists, including Kendell Geers and Thomas Hirschhorn.
This presentation of the Centre Pompidou contemporary collections at Haus der Kunst focuses on the altered geography and social landscape of the 1980s, notably the former E...
new works by tom friedman in ‘untitled (foundation)’ at mead art museum, amherst college, massachusetts, USA
16 February 2016
American sculptor and conceptual artist Tom Friedman (b.1965) is the subject of a solo exhibition at Mead Art Museum at Amherst College in Massachusetts, USA. The exhibition, titled ‘Tom Friedman: Untitled (Foundation)', will include new work and will run from 16 February until 26 June 2016.
‘melvin edwards: five decades’ travels to columbus museum of art, ohio, USA
12 February 2016
'Melvin Edwards: Five Decades' travels to Columbus Museum of Art in Columbus, Ohio, USA for the last instalment of this major retrospective. Melvin Edwards is an American sculptor who works primarily in welded steel.
gallery event: andreas eriksson exhibition walkthrough with magnus af petersens, senior curator at moderna museet stockholm
9 February 2016
On the occasion of 'Röta, bråka, skäkta och heckle', Andreas Eriksson's second solo exhibition at Stephen Friedman Gallery, the artist will do an exhibition walkthrough with Magnus af Petersens, Senior Curator at Moderna Museet Stockholm.
thomas hirschhorn to lecture at ‘what is critique?’, an international symposium at n.b.k., berlin, germany
6 February 2016
with Maxim Biller, Sabeth Buchmann, Ann Cotten, Elena Esposito, Thomas Hirschhorn, Eva Illouz, Claudius Seidl, Marcus Steinweg, Alenka Zupančič
What is Critique? Touching on the legacy of the Enlightenment, that always needs to be updated and critically analyzed, this question will be discussed in relation to its central role for civil society. A critical attitude t...
paul mcdevitt installation at house of st barnabas, london, UK
5 February 2016
This spring The House of St Barnabas will present work by Paul McDevitt in the Silk Room. McDevitt was born in 1972 in Troon, Scotland and now lives and works in Berlin, Germany. McDevitt's work encompasses highly skilled draughtsmanship, painting, sculpture and video. His practice continues to engage with contemporary society, the fragility and uncertainty of modernity, and the iconography and imagery it produces. His refusal to propag...
manuel espinosa in ‘the illusive eye’ at el museo del barrio, new york, USA
3 February 2016
Argentine artist Manuel Espinosa (d.2006) is included in The Illusive Eye, an international survey on Kinetic and Op art at El Museo del Barrio in New York.
tom friedman’s ‘looking up’ installed on park avenue, new york, USA
31 January 2016
Stephen Friedman Gallery, London; Luhring Augustine, New York; NYC Parks; and the Fund for Park Avenue are pleased to present 'Looking Up', a 33.3-foot-tall stainless steel sculpture by the American artist Tom Friedman.
‘catherine opie: portraits’ at hammer museum, los angeles, USA
30 January 2016
One of the preeminent artists of her generation working with photography, Catherine Opie (b. 1961, Sandusky, Ohio) is known for her evocative images of contemporary America. The artist has chosen a myriad of subjects throughout her career, including the S/M community, city buildings, domestic life, high school football players, surfers, and President Obama's first inauguration. Her pictures of the people, places, and events of the p...
tonico lemos auad at the de la warr pavilion, east sussex, UK
30 January 2016
The London-based Brazilian artist Tonico Lemos Auad (b.1968) is the subject of a major solo exhibition at De La Warr Pavilion in East Sussex, UK. The exhibition will respond to De La Warr Pavilion's proximity to the natural elements and the town's history as a seaside resort and its relationship to mental health and well-being.
david shrigley in 'takashi murakami's superflat collection' at yokohama museum of art, japan This exhibition is the first large-scale public showing of the renowned contemporary Japanese artist Takashi Murakami's private collection. Centred around contemporary art, the collection and exhibition includes David Shrigley's ‘Life Model', 2012 and Yoshitomo Nara's 'Light My Fire', 2001.
huma bhabha in ‘stranger’ at moca cleveland, ohio, USA
29 January 2016
The figure is a persistent and compelling subject for artists. Representations of the body channel our desires, vulnerabilities, and anxieties-to confront the figure is also to confront one's own sense of personhood. In this contemporary moment, when notions of individuality seem to be increasingly unsettled, the body has re-emerged as a site of urgent inquiry
robert beck, jim hodges and catherine opie in major group exhibition at rennie museum, the wing sang building in vancouver, canada
23 January 2016
Rennie Collection present a major group exhibition titled 'Winter 2015/2016: Collected Works' featuring 41 prominent and emerging artists.
claire barclay in conversation with paul hobson at stephen friedman gallery, london
20 January 2016
On Wednesday 20 January at 7pm, we will hold an in conversation event at the gallery between Claire Barclay and Paul Hobson, director of Modern Art Oxford, to celebrate Barclay's current exhibition ‘Longing Lasting'.