Tags: Almost Bliss: Notes on Derek Jarman's Blue, Christopher Hauke, David Ferry, Dudley Sutton, Ed Webb-Ingall, Ideal Home, James Mackay, Jo Melvin, Joachim Koester, Jonathan Tubbs, Karen Di Franco, Patrick Staff, Peter Fillingham, Phillip Hoare, Ping Pong Dialogues: Bill Beckley, Red White and Blue: Pop Punk Politics Place, The Life Room
Posts Tagged ‘Ideal Home’
Tags: 1513 A ships' Opera, 1913: The Shape of Time, Almost Bliss: Notes on Derek Jarman's Blue, boyleANDshaw, British Record Shop Archive, Chelsea Futurespace, Daisy McMullan, David Redfern, Dobells Jazz Folk Blues, Elizabeth Peebles, Frederick Etchells, Gate Theatre, Hatch Show Print: Nashville Calling, Henry Moore Institute, Ideal Home, Jane Won, Jim Sherraden, JW3, Karen Di Franco, Kate Ross, Leon Parker, Markus Eisenmann, Museum of London, Nedski and Mojo, Nigel Bents, Notting Hill Arts Club, Oswaldo Maciá, Pavel Pyś, Peter Blake: Four Decades, Richard Wilson, second reflection / symmetrical contents, Serpentine gallery, STURTEVANT, Sugar and the Hi Lows, The Library of Cynicism: the archeology of sound and smell, Val Wilmer
As we prepare for our first exhibition of 2014, Almost Bliss: Notes on Derek Jarman’s Blue, CHELSEA space would like to say thank you to everyone who made 2013 another great year in our exhibition history.
We started last year with second reflection / symmetrical contents STURTEVANT and SECONDEDITIONS which turned …
Stuart Comer & James Mackay talk about The Early Films of Derek Jarman + news on Nicky Carvell, Florian Roithmayr, Kit Craig, & Alice Channer
Tags: Aftermath: Objects from Projects, Alice Channer, Arcade, Cally Spooner, Catherine Elwes, Chris Dercon, Christian Mooney, David Chipperfield, Derek Jarman, Duggie Fields, Elena Crippa, Florian Roithmayr, Hana Noorali, Henry Moore Institute, Ice Trade, Ideal Home, James Mackay, Kit Craig, Laure Genillard, LUMA Foundation, Lynton Talbot, MIRAJ, Nicky Carvell, Parfitt Gallery, Peter Fillingham, Should I Stay Or Should I Go, Steve Thomas: Big Biba and Other Stories, Stuart Comer, Tate Modern, The Hepworth Wakefield, With Words Like Smoke, Witte de with
CHELSEA space and the CCW Graduate School hosted an excellent talk by Tate Modern Curator of Film Stuart Comer and film producer James Mackay on the Early Films of Derek Jarman (1942-1994).
The discussion will be published as part of a series …
Tags: 1913: The Shape of Time, Duchamp, Elizabeth Peebles, Frederick Etchells, Henry Moore Institute, Ideal Home, Jon Wood, Markus Eisenmann, Matthew Fitts, Omega Workshop, Pavel Pyś, SECONDEDITIONS, STURTEVANT, The Block
Preparations for our next exhibition second reflection / symmetrical contents STURTEVANT and SECONDEDITIONS continue apace.
The silver/grey Medion Monitors that Sturtevant specified for her video installation have arrived from Berlin.
As have the Sony ‘Cube’ …
Elizabeth Price Turner Prize win + Mark Titchner, Black Sabbath, & Samuel Beckett. The last week of Red White and Blue
Tags: Billie Whitelaw, Black Sabbath, Daniel Sturgis, Elizabeth Price, Ideal Home, Mark Titchner, Michael Bracewell, Naipalm Death, Neil Clements, New Art Gallery Walsall, Nicky Carvell, Paul Ryan, Red White and Blue: Pop Punk Politics Place, Samuel Beckett, Simon Periton, Tate Britain, Turner Prize, Vertigo: Marcel Duchamp and Mark Titchner
Congratulations to Elizabeth Price on winning the Turner Prize at Tate Britain. Elizabeth, who featured in CHELSEA space #17, The Affirmation , gave a short but perfectly pitched speech remembering the late Mike Stanley and quietly sending the message to the Government and the State Secretary for Education Michael Gove that she would not have pursued a successful career as an artist had it not been for a strong arts curriculum at school and …
Tags: Aftermath, Annely Juda Fine Art, Calvert 22, Carter Presents, Chelsea Futurespace, Clyde Hopkins, Dematerialised: Jack Wendler Gallery 1971-1974, Ideal Home, IRWIN, Laibach, Laura White, Laure Genillard, Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984-1992, New Collectivism, Peter Downsbrough, Peter Fillingham, Roger Ackling, Tate Modern, Teresa Gleadowe
Our exhibition Neue Slowenische Kunst has kicked off a season of activity around NSK and we are now looking forward to IRWIN – Time For a New State and NSK Folk Art at Calvert 22 and the symposium and Laibach concert at Tate Modern.
Meanwhile, Clyde Hopkins’ exhibition of wonderfully hallucinogenic paintings at our sister gallery Chelsea Futurespace has been extended and …
Tags: Design Museum, Ideal Home, Jo Melvin, Michele Drascek, Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984-1992, Patrick Caulfield, Ping Pong Dialogues: Bill Beckley, Royal Society of British sculptors, Sir Nicholas Serota, Sir Terence Conran, Susan Forsyth
Our good friend Michele Drascek arrived from Ljubljana with the rest of the archive for our next show Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984-1992 and now the installation begins in earnest.
The Tennessee Two – CHELSEA space congratulates Jason Brown and Lori Odom on their Nashville Nuptials
Tags: Bob and Roberta Smith, Bruce McLean, CAB Gallery, CHELSEA cab, Christo and Jean-Claude, David Shrigley, Derek Jarman, Fiona Banner, Gary Woodley, Hayward Gallery, Ideal Home, Jason Brown, Jessica Voorsanger, Late at Tate Britain, Lawrence Weiner, Lori Odom, Mike Iveson, Sarah Staton, Stephen Farthing, Susan Forsyth, The World Famous Station Inn
CHELSEA space is proud to announce the wedding of our great friend, CABGallery/CHELSEA cab curator and Art and Americana connoisseur Jason Brown to his Tennessee Bride, the wonderful Lori Odom. The two were married at the World Famous Station Inn in Nashville, Lori’s hometown and Jason’s favourite place.…
Tags: barney bubbles, Big Audio Dynamite, Billy Idol, Brian Duffy, Carbon Silicon, David Bowie, Derek Boshier, Generation X, Gorillaz, Ideal Home, Joe Strummer, Keith Richards, Lloyd Johnson, Mick Jones, Mick Jones Rock and Roll Public Library, Paul Gorman, Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Steve Thomas, Steve Thomas: Big Biba and Other Stories, The Clash, The Rolling Stones, Tony James
Derek Boshier, who is giving a talk as part of our CHELSEA programme of public events, designed the cover for David Bowie’s 1979 album Lodger in collaboration with Bowie and the photographer Brian Duffy.
Tags: 1913, Bob Smith (Bob and Roberta Smith), Crispin Chetwynd, Cuthbert Harrison, Edward Wadsworth, Fred Brill, Frederick Etchells, Ideal Home, Omega Workshop, Percy Wyndham Lewis, Roger Fry, Stephanie Williams, The Daily Mail, Vorticists
CHELSEA space was honoured to be visited by 98 year old Stephanie Williams, the grandmother of Crispin Chetwynd who featured in our exhibition ideal home . By co-incidence Stephanie was born in June 1913 the same year as our Frederick Etchells Omega Workshop Rug shown in the Daily Mail Ideal Home Exhibition, October 1913, which gave us the title and theme for our recent exhibition. Stephanie was also one of …