Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

Pippy Houldsworth Gallery Pippy Houldsworth Gallery is a London based contemporary art gallery showcasing the work of established and emerging artists.

On 30 November 2016, Mignon Nixon will chair a panel at the ICA exploring the work of Mary Kelly featuring speakers Cath...
26/09/2016
Gleaning from Mary Kelly

On 30 November 2016, Mignon Nixon will chair a panel at the ICA exploring the work of Mary Kelly featuring speakers Catherine Grant, Margaret Iversen, Laura Mulvey and Griselda Pollock.

40 years since Mary Kelly’s best-known work Post-Partum Document (1973 - 1979) was shown at the ICA, the panel addresses the enduring significance of the artist’s past and current practice. Touching on themes such as labour, war, trauma and the politics of care, the panel explores Kelly’s sustained engagement with feminism and psychoanalysis. This event marks the launch of Mary Kelly (The MIT Press, 2016), edited by Mignon Nixon and featuring essays and interviews by many of the panelists, taking Post-Partum Document as a foundational work.

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Mignon Nixon chairs a panel exploring the work of artist Mary Kelly.

20/09/2016

*INTERNSHIP*

Pippy Houldsworth Gallery is offering a 4-6 month full-time internship for a friendly, reliable and motivated arts graduate looking to gain experience working within a contemporary art gallery to start immediately.

This is an amazing opportunity to become part of a vibrant team who thrive on new ideas, creativity and hard work. Ideal candidates should be passionate about contemporary art with a view to work in the arts sector.

Interested applicants should send a brief cover letter and a CV to Jon Horrocks ([email protected]), with ‘Internship’ as a subject line.

Look forward to hearing from you!

PHG Team x

Anneka French from this is tomorrow reviews Ayan Farah's recent show 'Maps' at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery.'Ayan Farah’s...
05/09/2016
Ayan Farah: Maps

Anneka French from this is tomorrow reviews Ayan Farah's recent show 'Maps' at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery.

'Ayan Farah’s large paintings are stained, soaked and dipped with natural pigments sourced from across the world – plant dyes, clay, mud, terracotta, ash and India ink. You might imagine the works to be visceral and messily expressive from this description yet Farah’s patchworked pieces are tightly constructed and neatly stitched. Made up of small square and rectangular fragments of antique cotton and jute (remnants of the artist’s previous paintings), these scraps are assembled and stretched into coherent surfaces – irregular grids in a variety of greys and creams, faintly suffused with delicate shades of yellow, orange, pink and blue.'

this is tomorrow - Contemporary Art Magazine: Taking you to some of the most significant art exhibitions around the world.

25/08/2016
Ayan Farah in conversation with Cameron Foote (Assistant Curator, Whitechapel Gallery)

We recently held a talk between Ayan Farah and Cameron Foote (Assistant Curator, Whitechapel Gallery) on the occasion of Farah's current solo exhibition at the gallery. Click on the lick below to watch the recording!

This is "Ayan Farah in conversation with Cameron Foote (Assistant Curator, Whitechapel Gallery)" by pippyhouldsworthgallery on Vimeo, the home for high…

Mary Kelly: in the studio
25/04/2016
Mary Kelly: in the studio

Mary Kelly: in the studio

The American artist Mary Kelly, 74, studied painting in Italy in the Sixties, and then taught art in Beirut, Lebanon. In 1968, she moved to London, where she began making the conceptual projects she is now renowned for. Actively involved in the women's movement of the Seventies, many of her works we…

Daniel Arsham's solo exhibition 'The Future Was Then' opens today at the SCAD Museum of Art. Curated by Aaron Levi Garve...
16/02/2016
The Future Was Then

Daniel Arsham's solo exhibition 'The Future Was Then' opens today at the SCAD Museum of Art. Curated by Aaron Levi Garvey, the show runs until 24 July 2016.

Central to the exhibition is Arsham’s 'Wall Excavation' installation, a large-scale, architecturally responsive installation in which the artist has carved into a repeated series of faux-concrete walls. As visitors engage directly with their surroundings and walk among the immersive excavation, they are met with sculpted openings in which jagged edges morph from abstract forms into the silhouette of a human figure.

The SCAD Museum of Art presents "The Future Was Then," a monumental installation by Daniel Arsham created specifically for the museum's Pamela Elaine Poetter Gallery for deFINE ART 2016. These select sculptural works and this installation explore the interaction between mankind and architecture, and…

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