Mahler & LeWitt Studios
Jeffrey Isaac in conversation with Jo Melvin Tuesday 31 January, 2017, 4.45 – 6:00pm
Green Room, Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip St, London SW1P 4JU
To coincide with the Chelsea College of Arts Library display: Exchanges between Sol LeWitt and Jeffrey Isaac in Spoleto, Italy, and New York and Chester, Connecticut USA (On display until 14 February).
2017 Fitzcarraldo Editions Essay Prize and residency opportunity announced, apply by 15th March 2017.
Sandy Smith LOVERALLOVERALLOVERAL
Exhibition runs until 16 October at Space In Between, 10A Mackintosh Lane, Homerton, London E9
Sandy Smith, artist in resident 2016, presents a solo exhibition at Space In Between’s new gallery in east London showing work made during his residency at the Mahler & LeWitt Studios this summer.
Gallery opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday 13.00 – 18.00. spaceinbetween.com
JAMES CAPPER EARTH MARKING EXPEDITION Film, Mobile Sculpture, Component Parts
Exhibition runs until 30 October at Hannah Barry Gallery, 4 Holly Grove, London SE15
Capper shows films made with Matthew Burdis during their residency and commission by the Anna Mahler Association this summer as part of the Mahler & LeWitt Studios and Festival dei Due Mondi programme in Spoleto.
Gallery opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday 11.00 – 18.00. Or by appointment. hannahbarry.com
NEW ARTIST EDITION
Sandy Smith FLAT HEAT FLAT WANT, 2016
Support our program by purchasing an artist edition.
We are pleased to announce our second Artist Edition, generously donated to the Mahler & LeWitt Studios by the artist. All proceeds will go directly towards supporting our 2017 program.
Sandy Smith, a New York based sculptor from Scotland, where he studied at the Glasgow School of Art, was in residence in Spoleto during the first session of 2016. His work encourages us to recognise the complex, often manipulative, ‘techniques of organisation’ that our information rich society develops to store, manage and disseminate meaning. In recent works he sets up conversations between rigid sculptural forms, using commonly available building materials, and free-flowing poetic texts, often deployed as patterns. His drawings and the subsequent prints play out these interactions in a two dimensional format.
More information here.