Monday, 25 July 2011

'Detour of the Lot' - Francesco Pedraglio and Laure Prouvost at V22

Francesco Pedraglio and Laure Prouvost present:
Detour of the Lot
1945 2011
b&w colour
In flashback, New York nightclub pianist Al hitchhikes to Hollywood (place doesn't matter, time neither) to join his girl Sue. But on a rainy night (forget the hole), fate forced a Detour to revelry, violence and mystery (panic and confusion...few windows were smashed, a couple of trucks set on fire)!
Al takes another man's identity (I'm reporting here...I never actually found anything valuable out there). Thanks to Vera, a blackmailing dame, all of his moves plunge him deeper into trouble...
(We follow the procedure and the procedure is the same for everyone, no exception made: you shut up and dig!)
Wednesday 28th July, from 7pm
V22 Workspace
F-Block The Biscuit Factory
100 Clements Rd
London SE16 4DG

Friday, 15 July 2011

A clock that runs on mud - an online exhibition curated by Jennifer Teets for NERO


an online exhibition curated by Jennifer Teets for NERO

With 'muddy time' contributions by:

Mark Aerial Waller, 
Aslı Çavuşoğlu/Burak Arıkan
, Vava Dudu
, FRANCE FICTION (Marie Bonnet, Stéphane Argillet, Eric Camus, Lorenzo Cirrincione and Nicolas Nakamoto)
, Valentinas Klimašauskas, 
Darius Mikšys
, Morten Norbye Halvorsen
, Francesco Pedraglio
, PERENNIAL (Arnaud Hendrickx, Michael Van den Abeele, Richard Venlet)
, Tania Pérez Córdova, 
Michael Portnoy
, Mateusz Sadowski
, Carson Salter
, Fatoş Üstek/Per Hüttner

Jennifer Teets's exhibition is now online. You can visit the show HERE

Thursday, 7 July 2011

Imaginary Artists - Henry Moore Institute - 13 July

Imaginary Artists

Talks Series 
6th July 2011 - 20th July 2011 - 
Henry Moore Institute

This series of talks throughout July has been programmed to accompany the current Institute exhibition 'Savage Messiah: The Creation of Henri-Gaudier Brzeska' (Gallery 4 to 31 July) which looks at the ways in which the life and work of this twentieth-century sculptor was constructed through biographical narratives and, in turn, through film.

Wednesday 13 July: Francesco Pedraglio

A few stories in the shape of abstract objects