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Mike Cooter

17 April 2013

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Mike Cooter’s solo exhibition ‘Set Theory’ opens at Galerie GP & N Vallois on 16 May. The exhibition includes work produced by the artist during his 2012 Visual Arts residency.

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Nao Matsunaga

23 October 2012

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Nao Matsunaga is currently exhibiting a new body of work at the Diawa Anglo-Japanese Foundation. ‘My Primal Memory’ reflects on Matsunaga’s ideas and experiences of dual cultural and national identity having grown up in both Japan and England. The exhibition can be seen in the Japanese House Gallery from 19 October – 13 December.

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James Rigler ‘Room Service’

3 October 2012

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Cove Park’s 2011 ceramics resident James Rigler has created a new installation at Pollock House commissioned by The Lighthouse, Glasgow.  Rigler has responded to the grandeur and formality of the house in its heyday. His interventions create new narratives and offer an alternative interpretation of the house and its contents, encouraging visitors to look again at the many features and details throughout the house and gardens.  ’Room Service’ runs from 2nd October -4th November 2012. For more details see http://www.thelighthouse.co.uk/visit/exhibition/james-rigler-room-service

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Jerwood Makers Open 2012

20 June 2012

Cove Park residents Nao Matsunaga and James Rigler have individually been awarded a commission by  Jerwood Makers Open to produce new work for an exhibition at Jerwood Space, London. The exhibition runs from 11 July – 26 August 2012

 

Residency

UK Visual Arts Residency

Chris Evans

16 May 2011 - 15 July 2011

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Cove Park’s UK Visual Arts Residencies support leading visual artists based in the United Kingdom. These residencies enable established artists to develop new work and make significant developments in their practice.

Chris Evans is based in London and Brussels. His projects evolve through conversations with people from diverse walks of life, selected in relation to their public life or symbolic role. Sculptures, letters, drawings & film scripts created as a result of this process are indexes of a larger structure that blurs the roles of artist & patron, genius and muse.

Following an intense period of exhibitions in centres such as Maastricht, Ljubljana, Antwerp and Amsterdam, this two-month residency will allow Evans to focus on his studio practice and to develop a new series of works. In collaboration with Will Holder (a Cove Park resident in 2010), Evans will also complete work on a forthcoming publication.