COMPLETED EXHIBITIONS May 2009 - August 2010
Art 41 Basel
BILLY CHILDISH - I AM THEIR DAMAGED MEGAPHONE
Hall 2 of Messe Basel, Messeplatz, 4005 Basel, Switzerland.
16 - 20 June 2010.
Daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
neugerriemschneider presents a solo exhibition of the Billy Childish' most recent paintings (some still wet) that have an unusual command and power. From self-portraits often showing the artist hill-walking or with his son, still lives with flowers featuring pots made by his mother, to images of boats on the Medway Estuary and canvases depicting the Swiss writer Robert Walser based on police photographs showing the author dead in the snow, the artist's paintings are highly expressionistic, conveying a sense of visionary significance that he discovers in objects, places and people.
This presentation will be followed up with a solo exhibition at the neugerriemschneider gallery, Berlin in September.
BOMB GRAMMAR / WRITINGS, EDITIONS, IDEARS
BILLY CHILDISH / LA MAISON DE LA POESIE
JUNE 2010 BASEL
works curated by betty leirner
produced by L-13
show hosted by les amis de la maison de la poésie, basel
The presentation at ' la maison de la poésie' will focus on Childish's poetic and polemic text-based works. Curated by the artist Betty Leirner, a selection of sign-written placards, distressed posters, books and other publications by Childish's publisher and London gallery L-13 will be on display. These wordworks exude a raw, direct, sometimes brutal, sometimes gentle power that offers both a challenging audacity and an unusual, captivating beauty, ranging from the poetic 'Unknowable but Certain' placard to the confrontational and humorous 'Love the Art Hate / Hate Box' from last year's 'National Art Hate Week' as well as material concerning the 'World Art Hate Day 2010 '.
Maison de la Poésie
Phone: +41 616 835 833
IT'S HAPPENING AGAIN!
THIS YEAR THE ART HATE IS BIGGER AND MORE FOCUSSED THAN EVER BEFORE.
CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO GO TO THE WORLD ART HATE DAY WEBSITE
CAN THEY STOP WORLD ART HATE DAY?
CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO GO TO THE ANTI ART HATE LEAGUE WEBSITE
Sunday 6th June, 12-6pm
146 Brick Lane E1
THE L-13 ART CLEARANCE VAN
We're clearing out our drawers and the dusty corners of the L-13 Art Vault. LOADS OF BARGAINS TO BE HAD!
300 FREE Family DayPass to ART HATE 13, BASILDON to be given away
SIGNED Ltd Edition BILLY CHILDISH WOODCUT for ONLY £10
This woodcut is also a raffle ticket. ANY UNSOLD TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM THIS WEBSITE ON MONDAY 7th June. Prizes announced Tuesday 8th June.
Please click on the image for more information.
Packs of RARE STAMPS from James Cauty
OBJET de HATE collages from HARRY ADAMS
ART HATE PROPAGANDA
ANTI ART HATE LEAGUE PROPAGANDA
Artist Debris and Detritus Collector's Packs from BILLY CHILDISH
THE CONCEPT OF BILLY CHILDISH AS A WOMAN IN A BERET & FALSE MOUSTACHE
PLEASE GO TO www.arthate.com FOR MORE INFO
L-13 GRAND OPENING
Friday 29th May - 2nd July 2009
31 Eyre Street Hill, Clerkenwell, London, EC1R 5EW
See opening times and directions HERE
After many months of hard labour on a pepprcorn budget, the L-13 Light Industrial Workshop and Private Ladies and Gentlemen's Club for Art Leisure and the Disruptive Betterment of Culture is finally open.
On show is a selection of recent works by all the L-13 artists alongside L-13 propaganda and editions.
HARRY ADAMS (formerly known as STOT21stCplanB) is exhibiting for the first time under their new name in this group show in Hastings' F-ISH Gallery.
MAY DAY: THE DARK TIMES (Editor's Choice#1)
Curated by Paul Sakoilsky, editor of The Dark Times.
Private View 6 - 9pm Friday 1st May 2009
Exhibition 2nd May - 12th June Wednesday - Sunday 11am - 6pm
For more information click HERE
Both HARRY ADAMS and BILLY CHILDISH have paintings in this exhibition.
working in the margins
Part 1: 19 May - 11 June
Wallspace, All Hallows on the Wall, 83 London Wall, London EC2M 5ND
Part 2: August 25 - 31 2009 at the Greenbelt Arts Festival
An exhibition of works and performance by British artists with a prophetic eye visionary artists whose work stands outside or on the fringes of the art world, often offering a trenchant critique of contemporary culture.
For more information click HERE