16/10/2017

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the early morning viewing of Hannah Black’s exhibition, Some Context, at Chisenhale Gallery, with an introduction to the work by Emma Moore, Offsite and Education Curator. Coffee and cakes were generously provided by the East End Women’s Institute. Images are from the event.  

Please join us on Thursday 19 October 7pm for a conversation between Larne Abse Gogarty, art historian and critic, and Hannah Proctor, cultural historian and theorist, who have recently collaborated on a text titled Communist Feelings. This event is free to attend but booking is recommended. To reserve a place please visit our Eventbrite page here. Hannah Black’s exhibition events have been devised in collaboration with the artist, and include a series of conversations in which participants have been invited to discuss a situation of their choice. For more information on all events, please click here.  

Please also join us Friday 20 to Sunday 22 October, for The Chisenhale Art Place Open Weekend organised in collaboration with our neighbours Chisenhale Dance Space and Chisenhale Studios and including open studios, tours, exhibitions and workshops. At Chisenhale Gallery, you can attend a screening of new short film commissions from the second year of the Stop Play Record programme (2016 -17) on Saturday 21 October, 2pm. The screening includes works by Raheela Suleman and Korallia Stergides, who recently produced new films with Chisenhale Gallery, and is followed by a discussion with the filmmakers. This event is part of Playback Touring Exhibition, which brings together 200 short films made by young artist filmmakers and tours the country until March 2018. Playback is funded by Arts Council England and is a joint initiative with Channel 4 Random Acts.  

We would like to congratulate Chisenhale programme alumni Camille Henrot for her ‘Carte blanche’ exhibition at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, opening to the public later this week. The exhibition includes an installation of The Pale Fox, Henrot’s 2014 commission at Chisenhale Gallery. We would also like to congratulate recent programme alumni Alex Baczysnki-Jenkins, Maeve Brennan and Luke Willis Thompson and forthcoming programme participant Lydia Ourahmane for being shortlisted for the 25th Anniversary Arts Foundation fellowship awards.

9/10/2017

Thank you to everyone who joined us on Friday for an iteration of the ongoing performance collaboration between Hannah Black, Bonaventure (Soraya Lutangu) and Ebba Fransén Waldhör. Images are from the event by Sam Nightingale.

Thanks also to HIX for providing delicious food and drinks for our Frieze Week Brunch earlier that day. Thanks to all of our supporters, patrons and friends for their attendance and continued support of Chisenhale Gallery. To find out more about our Friends and Patrons Programme, please click here 

We would also like to thank everyone who visited the Allied Editions stand at Frieze London and who supported Chisenhale Gallery by buying an edition. Limited edition artworks by Eddie Peake, Rosalind Nashashibi and Hannah Black were launched at the fair and, amongst others, are available to buy at the gallery or from our online shop. 

Please join us on Friday 13 October at 9 - 10.30am for an early morning viewing of Hannah Black’s exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery, with an introduction to the work by Emma Moore, Offsite and Education Curator. Coffee and cakes will be generously provided by the East End Women’s Institute. This event is free to attend and no booking is required. For more information on all of the events, please click here.   

Chisenhale programme alumni Lucy Skaer has a solo exhibition opening at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, on Thursday. Chisenhale Gallery would like to congratulate current and forthcoming Chisenhale programme participants Hannah Black and Lawrence Abu Hamdan, who's works were selected at Frieze London to be purchased for the Tate Collection via the Frieze Tate Fund, with the support of WME | IMG. Further congratulations to Lawrence Abu Hamdan who was also awarded the 2018 Abraaj Group Art Prize.

2/10/2017

Thank you to everyone who joined us last Wednesday for Derica Shields and Hudda Khaireh in conversation. This was the first of Hannah Black’s exhibition events, which have been devised in collaboration with Black and include a series of conversations in which participants have been invited to discuss a situation of their choice. For a full list of events please click here. Images are from the event by Sam Nightingale. 

On Friday 6 October, Hannah Black, Bonaventure (Soraya Lutangu) and Ebba Fransén Waldhör present an iteration of their on-going performance collaboration, previously shown at MoMA PS1, New York (OR LIFE OR, 2017) and at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London (Anxietina, 2016). Please note that this event is fully booked. Doors will open at 6.30pm and the performance will start promptly at 7pm. Latecomers' tickets may be reallocated. 

This week Chisenhale Gallery has extended opening hours for Frieze London. You can visit Hannah Black’s exhibition, Some ContextMonday-Sunday, 12-6pm. On Thursday 5 October the gallery will be open until 9pm in conjunction with First Thursdays. On Friday 6 October the gallery will close at 5pm in order to prepare for Hannah Black's performance. Doors open again at 6.30pm. 

We're pleased to announce new limited edition artworks by Eddie Peake, Hannah Black and Rosalind Nashashibi. The works are released along with the final 100 prints of Wolfgang Tillmans' previously sold out edition. The works are priced between £50 and £400 and are available to buy on the Allied Editions stand B21 at Frieze London, at Chisenhale Gallery, or contact us via phone or email. Chisenhale Editions are commissioned and produced by Chisenhale Gallery and donated by the artists. All funds raised make a direct contribution to the gallery’s artistic programme, supporting the next generation of pioneering artists. To find out more about #ChisenhaleEditions please visit our online shop. 

Chisenhale Gallery programme alumni Yuri Pattison opens a solo show at mother's tankstation, London, this week and current exhibition artist Hannah Black is presenting work at Arcadia Missa’s Frieze Focus booth.