The Rest is History
Sir Robert Martin Hall Gallery
21 January - 2 March 2023
with music by iconic experimental composers David Rosenboom, Tom Recchion and Scott Walker
Los Angeles Filmforum
20 November 2022, 7.30pm
Group exhibition curated by Kai Kaljo
Tallinn Art Hall Gallery
16 July - 11 August 2021
'Classmates shows paintings and drawings by two of my fellow students at the Academy of Arts from the 80s. As I say in the wall text, we were preparing ourselves to something that never arrived. This means, when we studied we thought we would be painters in Soviet Estonia, showing oil paintings twice a year at the local Art Hall and never pictured ourselves as part of the international art scene. In 1990 when we graduated, everything changed, Estonia got back its independence and artists got different opportunities that some of us, like myself, got a chance to use. Back then, we were trained to draw and paint realistically, the classes were 6 days a week, for 6 years. Nowadays you do not have such an opportunity anymore, and the old works appear different now. What it means, to be talented? What is professional? In the video, I ask three painters about their perception of ” painting well” or ” good painting”, what does it mean for them? The visual part of the video was put together of the ” empty” details of famous paintings, the backgrounds, where only painting remains. '
Huxley-Parlour in collaboration with Anthony Reynolds Gallery
27 October - 18 December 2020
Published by Mack Books
'Artists drawing or painting their mother has become iconic in art history - from Whistler through Freud, Cezanne, Hockney, Ingres, Gauguin or Durer, whose brutally honest portraits of his mother insisted that 'Even the smallest wrinkles and veins must not be ignored'. Paul Graham's first major body of work since 2014 contains portraits of his elderly mother sitting in her chair in a retirement community in England.'
Talk and signing on Tuesday 24th September at Foyles, Charing Cross Road, London
Curated by Anthony Reynolds
Thursday 12th September 2019
London, United Kingdom
The David and Yuko Juda Art Foundation was set up as a Charity in 2017, for the purpose of making an annual grant of £50,000 to one artist. This grant is given to help artists alleviate some of their financial pressures and give them more freedom to concentrate on their practice.
Anthony Reynolds as curator, has selected eight artists for consideration; Ian Bourn, Clodagh Emoe, Andreas R. Kassapis, Sally O'Reilly, Katie Paterson, Zineb Sedira Blast Theory and Padraig Timoney. The group exhibition will be at Annely Juda Fine Art on Thursday 12th September 2019.
Hiving: Living Forms, Forms of Living
Performance Studies, NYU, New York
5 April 2019
“Hiving: Living Forms, Forms of Living” assembles performance artists and scholars, anthropologists, and beekeepers to imagine the hive or nest. In considering hives by bees and others, we are driven by a beyond-human interest in what social homes teach us about the intersections of performance studies, animal studies, anthropology, and life sciences. Together, we’ll explore how social forms of life and their infrastructures exceed and instruct the political, examining how this could expand a conventional performance studies understanding of ethics and aesthetics, reproduction, collectivity, assembly, domestic space, and organizing.
Inside/Out Sculpture Lecture Series
Yorkshire Sculpture International
27 March 2019
Leeds Beckett University, Leeds
Tsuchiya will be in residence at Leeds Art Gallery for a month prior to Yorkshire Sculpture International with resulting new works showcased at the gallery throughout the festival. Tsuchiya will be in conversation with Principle Keeper at Leeds Art Gallery Sarah Brown, introduced by Godfrey Worsdale, Director of the Henry Moore Foundation.
Lewis Klahr, Lucy Harvery, Peter Gallo and Thomas Lawson
8 - 11 November 2019
Anthony Reynolds Gallery collaborated with the acclaimed mixologist Esther Medina-Cuesta to create a performative exhibition for Independent 2018. The presentation follows in the rich tradition of radical hospitality that began in the 1970's.
Anthony Reynolds Gallery is thrilled to announce that Georgia Sagri was awarded the Ettore and Ines Fico Prize, created in collaboration with Fondazione Ettore Fico to support the most promising young artist exhibited in the fair.
Nobuko Tsuchiya and Georgia Sagri
1 - 4 November 2018
Artes Mundi 8
National Museum of Cardiff, Cardiff, Wales
26 October 2018 - 24 February 2019
Koldo Mitxelena Kulturnea, Art Centre, San Sebastian, Spain
19 October 2018 - 12 January 2019
111 Biennale-ro, Buk-gu, Gwangju, South Korea
7 September - 11 November 2018
Henry Moore Institute
5 October 2018
Nancy Spero: Unbound
Colby College Museum of Art
13 September 2018 - 20 January 2019
GEORGIA SAGRI GEORGIA SAGRI and I
Collected in this catalogue is both current documentation of Sagri's work and rich archival material since 1999; together they are juxtaposed against essays by Sotirios Bahtsetzis, Daniel Horn, Ruba Katrib, Christina Lehnert, Diego Singh and Stephan Squibb, an interview conducted with Silvia Federici, and a conversation between the artist, Bettina Funcke, and John Kelsey.
understanding painting: from giotto to warhol
In this accessible and practical guide, Patrick De Rynck and Jon Thompson explore more than 200 works, helping readers to unlock each painting's meaning. Clues to the meaning of the masterpieces of art history lie in a rich system of symbols, themes and motifs that often elude the modern eye. Without the intimate knowledge of Greek and Roman mythology, folklore and Christian theology so vivid in the minds of the artists and familiar to their public, we often miss the visual hints that gave contemporary meaning to a painting of an old master. Likewise, the complex themes and characteristics of modern art can intimidate and baffle the casual observer. Brief yet illuminating explanations accompany over 500 colour illustrations, providing the means to interpret and enjoy these and many other works.
East Rancho Dominguez: I'll Make Me a World
Some Place Chronicles
Some Place Chronicles is a series of creative placemaking projects set in four unincorporated communities within the Second District of Los Angeles County. Numerous and varied engagements with the people who live and work in these communities have culminated in four unique books each containing explorations, documentation, and pragmatic and poetic testimonies of what has been and dreams of what might be created by four different artists/collectives. The chronicle of East Rancho Dominguez is authored by artist Thomas Lawson.
33rd bienal de são paulo − affective affinities
Anthony Reynolds and Georgia Fleury Reynolds are thrilled to be able to share the news that a major exhibition of sculptures and installations by Lucia Nogueira will take place at the São Paulo Bienal in September this year. This will be the first time these works have been seen in the country of her birth.
7 September - 9 December 2018