This looks like an interesting one: a show in which we make work in direct competition with other artists on topics chosen at random, both selected by an impartial curator Charlie Levine There’s a preview show from 5pm – 7pm on Thursday 26 January at Colmore Plaza. For more info head to: The Aedas Presents blog Sparrow+Castice‘s … [Read more…]
Flip Festival – Call For Submissions – We’re back!! “This years festival will be held, on Thursday 27 to Saturday 29 October (2011 of course) and we’re already looking for animators to submit films of up to 15 minutes in length.” Musical scores for silent firms unearthed in Birmingham “About 500 scores – including a … [Read more…]
Shadow maps is the third exhibition in the ‘Aedas Presents‘ series, showcasing the work of artist Jo Gane. For Aedas, Gane has assembled a body of work made with teams of field archaeologists at various dig sites which explores the search for evidence of history and plotting of time within the landscape. Instead of unearthing … [Read more…]
Trove‘s latest project, initiated by curator Charlie Levine during a summer spent in Paris, features an exchange of postcards between 17 artists across the world. Inspired by Walter Benjamin’s method of documenting travels via postcards sent home, Levine commissioned 17 artists to instead design a postcard. These were then printed and packs of the final … [Read more…]
Aedas Presents is a new monthly art programme held at Aedas Architects in Colmore Plaza, which will present a series of exhibitions by students and emerging artists. The first 12 months are to be curated by Charlie Levine, and the first artist is Hannah Ainsworth, whose work focuses on matters relating to light, movement and surface … [Read more…]
TROVE is the gallery that Charlie Levine and David Miller direct, currently located at The Old Science Museum in Jewellery Quarter. The Terminal Bar is the latest exhibition and it launched the other side of the weekend. Here are some pics and here’s a short interview with guest curator Morgan Quaintance:
Which stands for Tits Brains, Balls, a new thing from Ben Rackstraw, Charlie Levine, Emma Vickers and Edward Green Fingers. Read it here.
I’m playing catch-up on this one. I’ve heard the idea of a contemporary art museum for Birmingham (or Tate Birmingham, as it’s been referred to in some quarters) mentioned in passing a few times but that’s it, so consider this a glorified links round-up as I try to find out what info has thus far … [Read more…]