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Decisive Action: National Center for Contemporary Art, Yekaterinburg, Russia

Decisive Action brings four Russian and four British artists together presenting new, exciting commissions in the public park outside the Ural Branch of NCCA.

The park is an unusual venue: by presenting the works on the lawn typical barriers between the citizens of Ekaterinburg and contemporary contemporary art are breaking down.

The commission draw on the local industrial heritage and address everyday concerns and activities such as food, public space or communication space.

The commission take on varied forms from traditional sculpture to food performances and a conceptual type safari.

Decisive Action will shed light on the important role the public park plays in everyday of Ekaterinburg. It is meant to draw its citizens out of their apartments, offices, bars and malls and congregate amidst the commissions and in public. A series of events – musical, theatrical, poetical – will frame the exhibition and offer further activities for all ages and interests.

NCCA

Decisive Action

Proving Ground: Prototyping at YSP

From April 30, 2014 through May 7, 2014 Yorkshire Sculpture Park hosted a prototyping exhibition for the Semi-Floating Structure as part of the upcoming film Proving Ground currently in production in collaboration with Daniel Gower.

Semi-Floating Structure

Studio and Construction

 

V&A to screen Fractal Weave Structure I: a film by Daniel Gower

Fractal Weave Structure I: a film by Daniel Gower will be screened at the Victoria and Albert Museum as part of the Friday Late Hackney Wick Takeover of the museum on the evening of Friday, the 28th of February.

V&A

The second public screening of the film will take place at 9PM on the 28th of February in the Hochhauser Auditorium inside the Sackler Centre at the V&A, where a component of the sculpture will also be on view. There is also a full program of events throughout the evening.

Hackney Wick Takeover
Friday 28 February, 18.30 – 22.00 Screening at 21.00

Friday Late with MasterCard is free and drop in. All events are available on a first come, first served basis. Please note that if the event reaches capacity, we will operate on a one-in-one-out basis.

Victoria and Albert Museum
Cromwell Road
London SW7 2RL

Premier Screening of Fractal Weave Structure I: a film by Daniel Gower

The recently completed film of the fabrication, construction, and installation of Fractal Weave Structure I: a film by Daniel Gower, will have its premier screening as part of the Pangea Sculptor’s Centre event: “Are You Sitting Down?” Sculpture in/as moving image at Genesis Cinema on the 21st of January, 2014.

Fractal Weave Structure I: a film by Daniel Gower

Book Tickets in advance at the Genesis Cinema

Pangea Sculptor’s Centre

TUESDAY 21ST JANUARY
Doors open 7.15 pm
Screenings commence at 7.30 pm
Intermission 9.15 pm – 9.45 pm
Screenings end 11.30 pm

PRICE: £9.50 (£7.50 student concession)

Or call the box office on 0207 780 2000

The London Project Goes North, YSP: Opens Saturday, 30 November

Gerson Zevi Exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park opens this weekend.

Together with Alma Zevi and my gallery partner Alex Gerson, I am delighted to tell you about the next stage of the London Project, the Gerson Zevi show that we have been working on since the summer. Under the new name The London Project Goes North, the show, including a number of new works, will travel to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, where it will go on display later this month.
-Matteo Zevi

Yorkshire Sculpture Park
30.11.13 – 05.01.14
Garden Gallery

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Photos from Joinery at Tim Sheward Projects

Follow the link to see images from the exhibition held at Tim Sheward Projects between the 8th of November and the 7th of December 2013

View photos here.

Tim Sheward Projects

Gerson Zevi: The London Project at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

30.11.13 – 05.01.14
Garden Gallery

Gerson Zevi’s pop-up show, The London Project, features a selection of original 2D and sculptural work from some of today’s most interesting young artists

With a focus on simplifying the process of buying and selling contemporary art, innovative new art gallery Gerson Zevi, present expertly curated high-quality art. Rather than having a permanent gallery space, the European-American partnership exhibits art through their website and in a series of international pop-up events that expose exciting new artists and curators.

The show for YSP’s Garden Gallery features work from a new, up and coming group of eight London and New York artists: Adeline de Monseignat, Camilla Emson, Luke Hart, Steve Hurtado, David Murphy, Yana Naidenov, Sofia Stevi and Chris Willcox.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Gerson Zevi