24/11/2014

Please join us this Wednesday 26 November, from 6.30 - 8.30pm, for the opening of our next exhibition by Caragh Thuring

On Friday 28 November at 7pm Caragh Thuring will be in conversation with Jennifer Higgie, novelist, screenwriter and co-editor of frieze. Please click here for more information and to reserve a place. 

Thuring is in residence on Chisenhale Gallery's Instagram feed where she will be posting images throughout the run of her exhibition until February 2015. Follow here.

Book now for the next event in our 21st Century programme on Thursday 4 December at 7pm. Artists Evi Kalogiropoulou and Anja Kirschner will present the film How to Project and Spell, made by the students from the Athens School of Fine Art and the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, and discuss the student run project space in Athens, Circuits and Currents. For more information and to reserve a place please click here. 

17/11/2014

The gallery is closed this week while we install our next exhibition by Caragh Thuring. Please join us for the opening on Wednesday 26 November, 6.30-8.30pm. 

Caragh Thuring will be in conversation with Jennifer Higgie, novelist, screenwriter and co-editor of frieze on Friday 28 November, 7pm. Please click here for more information and to reserve a place.

We're pleased to announce two new Offsite residencies beginning in November 2014. Yuri Pattison is the Chisenhale Gallery Create Residency artist 2014-16. Over the course of 18 months, Pattison will develop new work as an active member of London Hackspace, a technology-based community-run workshop in Hackney. Writer Travis Elborough is the Chisenhale Gallery Victoria Park Residency artist in 2014-15. During his nine-month residency, Elborough will investigate the political history of the park. For more information please click here.

Congratulations to Bonnie Camplin, Michael Dean, Rosalind Nashashibi, Katrina Palmer and James Richards who are all recipients of Paul Hamlyn Foundation Awards for Artists 2014. Bonnie Camplin presented a performance as part of the Interim programme at Chisenhale in 2009 and an event for the How to work together Think Tank – titled How to refuse work all together – in 2013. Katrina Palmer presented a performance as part in the 21st Century programme at Chisenhale in 2013. Rosalind Nashashibi exhibited in the gallery in 2007 with Bachelor Machines Part 1, and James Richards in 2012 with Not Blacking Out, Just Turning The Lights Off

Congratulations also to Haroon Mirza on being awarded the 2014 Nam June Paik Art Center Prize. Mirza's Interim performance, The Last Tape, took place at Chisenhale in 2011.

10/11/2014

Ed Fornieles’s exhibition, Modern Family, has ended and the gallery is closed while we install our next exhibition by Caragh Thuring. Please click here for more information about the exhibition and join us for the opening on Wednesday 26 November, 6.30-8.30pm.

Thank you to everyone who came to the tour of Ed Fornieles’ exhibition on Saturday, led by Michael Archer. An audio recording of the event is available to download here. You can also download an interview with Ed Fornieles, watch a video of him in conversation with Ben Vickers and Katie Guggenheim, download the Modern Family e-book and find the link to the website, specially commissioned for the exhibition, by clicking here

Book now for forthcoming events during Caragh Thuring’s exhibition, including the artist in conversation with Jennifer Higgie, novelist, screenwriter, critic and co-editor of frieze, on Friday 28 November. To find out more and to reserve a place please click here.