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Jan 2014 - London Art Fair

Image: Chess Painting No. 45 (Duchamp vs. Tartakower, Nice, 1930), 2014

London Art Fair

Business Design Centre

52 Upper St

Islington, London N1 0QH

 

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October 2013 - Tremors

Tremors - installation view

Tremors (installation view), 2013

 

Tom Hackney: Tremors

 30d Great Sutton Street
 London, EC1V 0DU
 
 Private View: Tuesday 10th September, 6 - 9 pm
 Show Runs: 11th September - 5th October
 Open: Tues - Sat, 12 - 6 pm
 
Gallery Talk: Wednesday 2nd October, 7pm
With painter Benjamin Cohen and writer Maggie Gray

May 2013 - Essence of Things

Chess Painting No. 27, Tom Hackney 2013

(Chess Painting No. 27, 2013)

 

"Essence of Things"

 

 

Chess & new abstract reduction 
in contemporary British Painting


ERNESTO CANOVAS
TOM HACKNEY
GRACJANA REJMER-CANOVAS


AMBACHER CONTEMPORARY

Lothstrasse 78a - 80797 München/Germany

Opening hours: Tuesday - Friday, 1pm - 6pm

Private View, 16.5.2013, 7pm 

17.05.2013 - 07.09.2013

 

17.5. - 29.6. 2013


March 2013 - PLURAL

Chess Painting No. 26, Tom Hackney 2012

(Tabula 2013)

PLURAL
Curated by BREESE LITTLE
Joe Biel, Suki Chan, Tom Hackney, Rowena Hughes,
NASA (Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmidt)
and Sam Zealey

WW Gallery, 34/35 Hatton Garden
London, EC1N 8DX

Private View: Tuesday 5th March, 6 – 9 pm
Show runs: 6th – 23rd March 2013
Open: Weds - Fri, 11 - 6, Sat, 11 – 4

 


Feb 2013 - Motion Capture, Letterkenny

 

 

Motion Capture: Drawing and the Moving Image

curated by Ed Krcma and Matt Packer

Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland

22 January - 10 March 2013

Artists: Pierre Bismuth, Tacita Dean, Brian Fay, Tom Hackney, William Kentridge, Alice Maher, Henri Matisse, Henri Michaux, Susan Morris, Ailbhe Ni Bhriain, and Denis Oppenheim.

Motion Capture is an exhibition that explores the relationship between drawing and the moving image, examining the way in which each one involves both movement and stillness. The exhibition presents works on paper alongside investigations of drawing in other media, including film, video and photography.

The language of film and the cinema was adopted in the mid-20th century by such celebrated artists as Henri Matisse and Henri Michaux to describe their drawing practice. The contemporary artists in Motion Capture make contact with these earlier moments and reveal the ability of drawing to capture and articulate movement.

A 183p fully illustrated catalogue is available, featuring texts by participating artists and essays by Ed Krcma, Matt Packer and Chris Clarke.

(ISBN 978-1-906642-56-3)

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