Group exhibition ‘Earth Beats’ explores artists’ engagement with our natural environment and its vulnerability, featuring artworks from the 18th century to the present. The presentation considers both the history of ideas and future scenarios for the sustainable use of natural resources.
Group exhibition ‘Where We Are Now’ explores the experiences of the past year of lockdowns through artwork, community response and Sunderland resident’s photography.
This exhibition brings the work of Japanese novelist Sayaka Murata in dialogue with that of two contemporary artists, David Shrigley and Teppei Kaneuji. The show presents new works on paper by Shrigley that resonate with Murata’s distinctive world.
Including new artworks by Harold Offeh, Amalia Pica and David Shrigley, group exhibition ‘Joy’ explores heightened emotional states such as ecstasy, euphoria and pleasure through experiences including laughter, dancing and protest.
David Shrigley joins other leading artists calling on the nation to participate in 'The Great Big Art Exhibition'. Inspired by the displays of creativity with which the British public have celebrated the NHS and key workers during recent lockdowns, the Exhibition invites you to paint, draw, sculpt or build your own artwork for display in your window or garden. Museums will be selecting influential works from their collections to spark ideas and every two weeks a different artist will choose a new subject for the public to respond to.
Art Fund are calling on the public to join #togetherformuseums to help empower Britain's institutions to adapt and innovate during this time of crisis. All those who make a donation to the campaign can choose an exclusive reward inspired by the project. British artist David Shrigley has contributed a set of two 100% cotton tea towels, designed specially for the campaign.
We are delighted to announce the launch of David Shrigley’s latest edition. Pricing will be tiered, starting at £750 (excl. framing, shipping and applicable taxes). To secure a copy of this print please call the gallery on +44 (0) 20 7494 1434 from 9am (GMT) on Monday 11 January.
As 2020 ends and another year begins, DRAF's 'Broadcasts: On Screen' programme also draws to a close. After screening fourteen works from the David Roberts Collection so far this year, DRAF leaves us with a final edition, the aptly symbolic 'Light Switch' by David Shrigley.
'My name is not Refugee' is a group exhibition at Firstsite, Colchester which brings together works chosen by refugees and asylum seekers living in the local area. The show explores what it means to find connections in a new place and considers questions about our purpose, choices and morality as human beings. Included in the presentation is David Shrigley's 'The Bell', 2007, on loan from the Arts Council Collection, UK.
'Grayson's Art Club' is a group exhibition of works selected by British artist Grayson Perry from 'Grayson’s Art Club', the popular Channel 4 TV series made during the lockdown in the UK due to Covid-19.
David Shrigley and musician, Régis Laugier launch the spoken word album, 'Play Something Awful' on Friday 6 November 2020. The album is limited to 1000 copies and the vinyl release features original artwork and hand-written labels by Shrigley.
'Figure up' examines the relationship between popular culture and contemporary figurative drawing today. The works on display reference popular film, novels, music, fashion, cartoons and social media to explore complex and weighty themes from colonial power and racism to homelessness and issues of gender identity.
Stephen Friedman Gallery presents ‘Untitled (Time)’ by celebrated British artist David Shrigley, a series of 125 unique, hand-painted works on paper, created by the artist to mark the gallery's 25th anniversary in 2020.
“As a Brighton resident, it was an honour to be the Guest Director of Brighton Festival in 2018 and to see how much joy it gave to people. I was extremely saddened that Brighton Dome was forced to close and Lemn Sissay’s Festival cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. By helping to support this campaign it gives us all a glimmer of hope that we will be able to enjoy live art events again in the city." – David Shrigley
'A Museum for All, a Museum for Dogs' is a group exhibition at MMCA that invites dogs to visit the Museum alongside their human companions. Included in the exhibition is David Shrigley's characteristically playful animation, 'Hello There', which was created to coincide with the release of the British artist's book 'How are you Feeling?' in 2012.
The art of Scottish drawing is celebrated in 'Lines from Scotland', a group exhibition featuring three generations of painters, sculptors, textile designers, musicians and makers including rarely seen works by Elizabeth Blackadder, Andy Goldsworthy, Dorothy Hogg, David Shrigley and Inge Thomson.
To celebrate the launch of our new online shop, Stephen Friedman Gallery is giving you the opportunity to win this vibrant limited-edition artwork by David Shrigley, in a competition judged by the artist himself.
"World-renowned for his witty works on paper, David Shrigley did not disappoint in this talk for 'Nicer Tuesdays'."
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