This Summer Flowers New York will be exhibiting 100 pages from A Humument, showing the original untreated pages alongside the two treated versions of each page, created between 1966 and the present day.
The exhibition also features recent original works from A Humument including pages from the 2014 score of Irma An Opera.
Tom Phillips will be in New York for the opening reception, join him at the gallery July 23rd 2015 from 6-8pm.
The exhibition continues until August 29th.
Flowers New York
529 West 20th Street, New York, NY 10011
From now until the end of 2015 there is a rare chance to see Tom Phillips's After Benches tapestry on display at Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh.
Founded in 1912, the studio evolved from the renowned William Morris Craft Studio at Merton Abbey in Wimbledon. Dovecot is unique for its highly creative collaboration between artist, weaver and commissioner. Each tapestry combines the creative ideals of all three creative minds and the weaver will interpret, rather than simply translate, a design into textile.
In 1946, the studio established a reputation as a leading contemporary fine art tapestry studio, producing tapestry and rugs for private and public collectors. Renowned artists such as Stanley Spencer, John Piper, Eduardo Paolozzi, Frank Stella, RB Kitaj, Patrick Caulfield, David Hockney and Tom Phillips have worked with the weavers to produce significant works.
You can read about the making of After Benches here.
Over the Summer Dovecot will host a number of other exhibitions and there is also a shop and café. Opening hours 12-3 Mon-Sat or by appointment. During Edinburgh Festival 7th - 31st August Dovecot Studios are open 7 days a week 10.30 - 5.30pm.
10 Infirmary St, Edinburgh EH1 1LT
Phone: 0131 550 3660
As part of Broadgate's 2015 Summer of Sport Season Tom Phillips's The Seven Ages of Man is shown, alongside two new sporting prints from A Humument, in the entrance lobby of the landmark building 201 Bishopsgate. Both visitors and passers-by can view the works at this location until 1st October 2015.
Read more about the work here.
201 Bishopsgate, London EC2M
Congratulations to Alan Beattie, Jeanette Walsh, and Ali Francis Garcia, the winners of Venus Febriculosa Contest 10.
If you read the Venus Febriculosa post on the shortlisted entries, you will see what a tough call it was for the judge.