Bollinger's work is characterised by his sensitive use of the idiosyncrasies and possibilities offered by technical and industrial materials. His use of aluminium pipes, rope, rubber hoses, chain-link fencing, lightbulbs and wheelbarrows is as radical and direct as it is elegant, exploiting physical laws such as gravity, balance, and the intrinsic properties of water.
Neil Clements was born in Northern Ireland and lives and works in Glasgow. Awkward x 2 is a collaboration between two painters: Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe and Rebecca Norton.
Callum Innes, Cobalt Blue Light/Translucent Orange, 2010 Watercolor on Fabriano Artistico HP 640gr paper 24 3/4 x 32 x 1 1/2 inches December 16, 2010 – January 29, 2011 Sean Kelly Gallery is delighted to announce our forthcoming exhibition: callum innes|colm tóibín, water|colour. The opening reception and book signing will take place on Wednesday, December 15th from 6-8pm. Both artists will be present. For the first time in the gallery’s history, we will mount an […]
Brent: While artist-in-residence in the most western point of Ireland, Achill Island, you tapped in a description of the landscape: Dramatic, With Cliffs, An Ocean, And Totally Isolated. This is your work: my first impression. There is Nature in your pieces. And it took a tough wind and a heavy sea to set this all in motion. I see firm – more than firm, hard. Hard material that has cuts, often just a few. The […]
Daniel Göttin, Edinburgh Tape, 2010 Black adhesive textile tape on wall 280cm / 370cm / 554cm April 26 – June 4, 2010 Supported by Abteilung Kultur Basel, Switzerland kulturelles.bl Kanton Baselland, Switzerland
George Rickey, Diptych – The Seasons, 1956 Stainless steel and polychrome February 18 – March 20, 2010 Marlborough Gallery announces that a major exhibition of works by George Rickey will open at Marlborough Chelsea, 545 West 25th Street, on February 18 and continue through March 20, 2010. Twenty-four important indoor and outdoor works from Rickey’s personal collection and now held by the George Rickey Estate will be exhibited in the first floor gallery. George Rickey […]
Eva Hesse, Studiowork, 1968 Courtesy of University of California, Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, gift of Helen Hesse Charash, 1979 Photograph by Abby Robinson, New York August 5 – October 25, 2009 Curated by Briony Fer and Barry Rosen The Fruitmarket Gallery’s 2009 Edinburgh Art Festival exhibition is a solo presentation of the work of German-born American artist Eva Hesse, a major figure in post-war art. The exhibition is the result of new […]
Cecilia Vissers, Wald, 2009 Aluminium September 13 – October 18, 2009 Cecilia Vissers intentionally and increasingly aims to achieve concentrated and uncomplicated constructions that function as signs on the wall. In her work, Cecilia Vissers is driven by power, rhythm, repetition and pattern. Logic is regularly challenged in apparently inflexible materials and irrefutable forms. Her plate steel sculptures are executed in 8-15mm steel and weigh up to 200kg. In this material, she intervenes with only one, […]
Installation view August 5 – September 19, 2009 Over the past 20 years, Edinburgh born Callum Innes has emerged as one of the leading abstract painters of his generation, making work which stands defiantly against the tide of the quick fix that has dominated the sensibility of so many of his contemporaries. Innes was short-listed for the Turner Prize in 1995, won the prestigious NatWest Prize for Painting in 1998, and in 2002 was awarded […]