WALK ON 40 years of Art Walking
26 March – 6 May 2013 Pitzhanger Manor-House Gallery (PMG), London, W5 5EQ
Steeped in the tradition of landscape art, walking has been at the heart of many art practices and performances for decades now.
This exhibition, focusing on artists’ walks and journeys both literal or metaphorical, is the first to examine the astonishingly varied ways in which artists since the late 1960s have used what would seem like a universal act – of taking a walk – as a means to create new types of art. Read more
An Art Circuit Touring Exhibition, curated by Cynthia Morrison-Bell, Mike Collier and Alistair Robinson in collaboration with Janet Ross, and supported by ACE and LEADER.
NGCA Sunderland 1 June – 31 August 2013
Aberdeen Art Gallery 19 September – 23 November 2013
Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery 19 September – 12 December 2014
MAPPAMUNDI The many dimensions of the map, symbolic, social or political have always attracted the interest of artists.
16 March – 12 May 2013 Hôtel des Arts, Toulon, France
While for most of us, a map is used primarily to move geographically, it is of course much more than that.
It is also a particular tool of self-representation, defining the world or dream. In this sense, the presentation changes over time and varies depending on the scene.
It is, contrary to common belief, deeply subjective. Read more in French / English translation
This exhibition curated by Guillaume Monsaingeon fits into the course "Ulysses" imagined by the FRAC Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur and is under the General Commissariat of Pascal Neveux opportunity of Marseille-Provence 2013 European Capital of culture.
LONDON OVERLAND Transport networks and zones of the city
MY GHOST 2000-2012 London 1:100,000 scale GPS map, archival giclée print edition of 10
New edition released at the London Original Print Fair 2012 at the Royal Academy of Arts. Available from TAG Fine Arts
SIDEWAYS FESTIVAL Walking west to east through Belgium via two GPS drawing warkshops
Experiencing the physical intricacies of drawing with GPS in public spaces whilst navigating accessibility within totalitarian topography
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