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Saturday, 20 September 2014 10:33 Written by Lucy Shortis

Royal Academy of Arts in North Yorkshire

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This rare 1970 silkscreen by Tom Phillips is included in an exhibition of original prints selected from this year’s Summer Exhibition by Norman Ackroyd CBE RA. The show continues until 1st November at Zillah Bell Galleries, Thirsk. More information and opening hours here.

Sunday, 14 September 2014 20:58 Written by Lucy Shortis

Illuminated Tweets at the Poetry Library

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Illuminated Tweets, an exhibition that explores the development of A Humument through new media, opens today at the Saison Poetry Library as part of the Southbank Centre's Web We Want Festival.

The show, which features apps, tweets and digital recordings, offers a rare chance to see original artwork of the most recent treated Humument pages in progress.

Tom Phillips will be reading new work from A Humument on Tuesday 16th September from 7.30pm onwards at the Saison Poetry Library
The event is free but booking is required, please email specialedition@poetrylibrary.org.uk

The exhibition continues until the 26th October at
The Saison Poetry Library
Level 5 Royal Festival Hall
Southbank Centre
London SE1 8XX

Telephone number: 020 7921 0943/0664

opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 11am - 8pm
NB The Library is closed to the public on Mondays

 

Tuesday, 15 July 2014 14:12 Written by Lucy Shortis

The Book Lovers

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The Book Lovers project, curated by David Maroto and Joanna Zielinkska, is a systematic attempt to study the phenomenon of artist novels.

The Book Lovers archive and exhibition series researches the many different ways in which novels are related to an artist's visual art projects. Here, the concept of the novel is not only confined to the space of the book, but it is expanded in a body of works that are interrelated and find their central reference in its narrative. 

The next Book Lovers exhibition at Fabra i Coats in Barcleona, features selected pages from A Humument, Tom Phillips's treated victorian novel, and shows the evolution of these pages from the original untreated text, through the earliest versions beginning 1966 to the most recent pages completed earlier this year. Also displayed is the complete Book Lovers archive of artists novels and works by Alexandre Singh and Cally Spooner. 

To find out more about the exhibition follow this link.

Please join Tom Phillips at the private view, 18th July 7.30pm

The exhibition continues until 31st August 2014

Tuesday, 15 July 2014 13:34 Written by Lucy Shortis

Anonymous Soldiers

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A new work, Anonymous Soldiers WWI, from Tom Phillips's ongoing vintage postcards project, will be shown for the first time in a group exhibition at Flowers Gallery opening 19th July.

The exhibition, Reflections of War, has been curated by Isabel Bingley to mark the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War 1. The selected works examine the human impact of combat warfare from 1914 to more recent conflicts in Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan.  Anonymous WW1 Soldiers can be seen alongside works by Tim Heatherington, Peter Howson and Hanaa Malallah amongst others.

Anonymous Soldiers WWI is published in a limited edition of 25

Reflections of War at Flowers Gallery, 82 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8DP 

Opening Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 6pm

Private View Saturday 19th July 4-6pm, exhibition continues until August 30th 2014

Friday, 23 May 2014 17:43 Written by Lucy Shortis

TLS: Tom Phillips Reviews Matisse

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In this week's TLS (23rd May 2014) Tom Phillips hails The Cut-Outs by Henri Matisse as possibly “the most uplifting show ever to be put on in London”.