NEW ARTIST RESIDENCY

 
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Jessica Carlisle is delighted to announce a new artist residency on the Greek Island of Symi.

The Merchant House is a beautifully restored private home situated on the hillside above the main town. With its terraced garden and sea views over the rooftops, the Merchant House provides a peaceful retreat for visiting artists.

Symi's past encompasses the Minoan, Classical, Roman and Crusader periods, as well as the era of Ottoman rule. It is notable for its striking architecture, including colourful neoclassical houses and Byzantine churches. The entire settlement is a designated listed monument.

Places are by invitation but expressions of interest are welcome.

The residency is made possible by the kind support of the houses's owners, architect and musician Robert Dalziel and lawyer Louise Coubrough.

Our first resident is gallery artist Nadege Meriau

CLAUDIA CARR AT GUILDHALL ART GALLERY

 
 

Claudia Carr's work is included in the group exhibition 'Nature Morte;  Contemporary Still Life' at the Guildhall Art Gallery, London. Programmed in conjunction with the Thames and Hudson book 'Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still-life Tradition', by Michael Petry, the exhibition explores the still-life genre in contemporary art-making.

The exhibition continues until 2 April 2018. For more information, visit the Guildhall Art Gallery's website.

NADEGE MERIAU AT ARTHOUSE1

 
 

Work by Nadege Meriau will be included in the exhibition ‘Little Clown, My Heart’ at ARTHOUSE1, alongside work by Laura Cooper, Kasia Garapich, Nicole Morris, Rosie Morris, Sarah Pager and Ninna Bohn Pedersen.

The exhibition opens on Thursday 25 January, 6.30 - 8.30pm and continues from 26 January - 18 February. For more information, visit ARTHOUSE1's website.

London Art Fair 2018

 
 

Jessica Carlisle is delighted to re-open in 2018 with a stand at the London Art Fair. Now in its 30th edition, LAF is London's leading Modern and Contemporary fair. It takes place at the Business Design Centre, Islington, on 17 - 21 January. For more information visit the website.

MARCELLE HANSELAAR INTERVIEWED FOR ARTISTS' COLLECTING SOCIETY

 
 

"I became bolder and more outspoken and personal after years of struggle and frustration. My first breakthrough into that kind of boldness was a series of figurative paintings I did after the death of my mother in 1991. Her death combined with a teaching appointment in China, where I was kind of thrown in at the deep end, catapulted me into figuration and finding my own voice."

Artists' Collecting Society has published a new interview with Marcelle Hanselaar. You can read the piece online here.

Piers Secunda interviewed for Artspeak

 
 

"I always thought very strongly that the most relevant thing that I can do as an artist is to either make a record of the time that I am living or make a statement about it."

Artspeak has interviewed Piers Secunda about his current solo exhibition 'ISIS Bullet Hole Paintings' at 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York until 6 May. Read the full article here.

PIERS SECUNDA AT 532 GALLERY THOMAS JAECKEL

 
 

Piers Secunda’s solo exhibition ‘ISIS Bullet Hole Paintings’ will run between 6 April and 6 May 2017 at 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York. Secunda’s ISIS Bullet Hole Paintings are the latest iteration of an ongoing project in which casts of bullet holes gathered from war-torn areas are arranged into compositions, recording the damage and threat that military combat poses to world history. For details of the show, click here.

WILLIAM STEIN IN 'FAITH'

 
 

William Stein will be exhibiting work in ‘FAITH’, a group show from The Slade School of Fine Art Graduate Painting programme, featuring current students, staff, research associates and visiting artists. ‘FAITH’ will run between 10 and 12 March at Austin Forum, Augustinian Centre, London W6 8AU, with a private view on Friday 10 March, 6-9 pm. More information here.