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Curatorial Art Practice in London

Three contemporary artists in conversation

With the influx of art and artists into London for Frieze week, three leading contemporary artists analyse and discuss their work in relation to contemporary painting. The talk took place … Continue reading

10 October 2011 · Leave a comment

PICTURE THIS

After the pivotal show Live in your Head, held at the WHITECHAPEL GALLERY in 2000, the exhibition PICTURE THIS reflects the artistic legacy of the artists Michael Craig-Martin, Gerard Hemsworth, … Continue reading

31 August 2011 · Leave a comment

The artist filmed on the eve of his exhibition Back Light

  Three days before opening his Back Light micro-retrospective at the gallery, Bill arrived with a few fruits cases from the market, and started to unload. Light bulbs, neons, boxes, … Continue reading

21 June 2011 · Leave a comment

Entering a private space: a short film by Tamsin Devereux

Steven Geddes in his studio filmed and interviewed by Tamsin Devereux, while working on his solo exhibition Appeasing the Gods at the Laurent Delaye Gallery, in May 2011.

18 June 2011 · Leave a comment

High Voltage Art

Suitably called BACK LIGHT, the exhibition was a a micro-retrospective revisiting aspects of Bill Culbert’s work from the last five decades, from 1962 to 2010. The exhibition was open from … Continue reading

5 June 2011 · Leave a comment

The North Sea: An Exhibition Curated by Andrew Bick

Curated by Andrew Bick, The North Sea exhibition was held at Laurent Delaye Gallery in October 2009. Taking its cue from the seminal Hayward Gallery exhibition of 1980, Pier + … Continue reading

29 September 2009 · Leave a comment

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