Posts Tagged ‘Laure Genillard’

A New Era: reflections on the summer, a new exhibition and the start of MA Curating and Collections

David Garnett preparing objects from the ILEA/Camberwell Collections for the 'A Good Design?' exhibition

collections manager David Garnett preparing objects from the ILEA/Camberwell Collections for the new CHELSEA space exhibition ‘A Good Design?’

Instead of a quiet summer the period following the exhibition Markets featuring Charlotte Prodger and The Block was extremely busy and very productive.

installation view of Icons of Process Carlyle Reedy at Flat-Time House installation view of ‘Icons of Process Carlyle Reedy’ … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

The end of our blue period, a wedding in Zagreb, and a private view for Grenville Davey

Director of Tate Modern, Chris Dercon, in CHELSEA space's Almost Bliss installation

Director of Tate Modern, Chris Dercon, in CHELSEA space’s Almost Bliss installation

Our show Almost Bliss: Notes on Derek Jarman’s Blue finally came to an end, the blue vinyl was removed from the windows and the strange effects of the blue gels vanished in the daylight. The commemorations of the life and work of the late Derek Jarman continue throughout the year with international film screenings and exhibitions but the finale of the London season of events marking the 20th anniversary … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Blue View

Almost Bliss private view

CHELSEA space’s tinted windows succinctly announced the launch of our new show  Almost Bliss: Notes on Derek Jarman’s Blue 

private view crowd

The show revolves around Derek Jarman’s notes for his seminal late work Blue and is part of Jarman2014 a year long cycle of events, exhibitions, and screenings to celebrate the life and work of Derek Jarman and to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his premature death from AIDS … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Stuart Comer & James Mackay talk about The Early Films of Derek Jarman + news on Nicky Carvell, Florian Roithmayr, Kit Craig, & Alice Channer

Derek Jarman 'A journey To Avebury' 1971 Super 8 Film

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).

James Mackay and Stuart Comer talking Derek Jarman in the Lecture Theatre at Chelsea College of Art & Design

The discussion will be published as part of a series … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

From Leckey to Lynda

Mark Leckey gets 'Touchy Feely' at Chelsea

A week is a long time at CHELSEA space and once again we have been packing in some great events. We broke off from installing our new show to host an excellent lecture by Mark Leckey entitled ‘Touchy Feely’. Mark is currently busy working in the studio and was very generous in coming to talk with us and candid in sharing his ideas, even showing us his work in progress – a film portrait of an immaculate chrome … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Neue Slowenische Kunst, Clyde Hopkins, Peter Fillingham, Roger Ackling, and Peter Downsbrough

New Collectivism 'Baptism Under Triglav'

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.

Clyde Hopkins 'Fiveacre'

Meanwhile, Clyde Hopkins’ exhibition of wonderfully hallucinogenic  paintings at our sister gallery Chelsea Futurespace  has been extended and … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Private View Launches Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984-1992

Neue Slowenische Kunst private view

Over two hundred people turned out for the private view of Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984 -1992 at CHELSEA space on Tuesday 20th March.

curator Michele Drascek with Director of Tate Modern Chris Dercon and CHELSEA space Director Donald Smith

One of the first to arrive was Chris Dercon, Director of Tate Modern where there will be a symposium and a Laibach  concert in the Turbine Hall … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

More rehearsals from Aurea Romero + Seth Seigelaub and other visitors

A body in space - Aurea Romero working with Peter Downsbrough's AND HERE

Twice a week during Peter Downsbrough’s installation AND HERE at CHELSEA space,  a series of open rehearsals are taking place exploring spatial relationships between the human body in motion and the artist’s work. Dancer Aurea Romero receives choreographic notes and prompts from curator/choreographer Anna Manubens in Barcelona and a film document is made of Romero’s interpretation of the suggested choreography and her intuitive movements in response to Downsbrough’s placement of lines, … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Can you see what it is yet? David Tremlett under wraps and Fred Pradeau blindfolded

scaffold and coverings on Tate's vast Manton staircase during the installation of David Tremlett's landmark new work. photo: Donald Smith courtesy Tate

Something exciting and unique is happening on the Manton Staircase at Tate Britain: artist David Tremlett and his assistants are working on a major wall drawing following the stairwell from the lower ground up almost to the full height of this grand but difficult space.

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After [math] Party

'Aftermath' private view

The private view for Aftermath: Objects from Projects was a great success and a lot of fun, thank you to everyone who came.

Nobby Graham, Malcolm Tierney, Bill Furlong, Bruce McLean and Peter Daglish

CHELSEA space always likes a good mix and it was great to see friends such as Star Wars actor Malcolm Tierney, artists  Bruce Mclean, Bill Furlong, Sean Dower, and Juan Cruz, Indica Gallery’s John Dunbar,  architects Caz … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here