Sunday, October 14, 2018

October Newsletter


October 2018

The Anomie Review of Contemporary British Painting

Laura Lancaster

The Anomie Review of Contemporary British Painting considers and celebrates the work of forty artists whose practices have been shaping and defining Britain’s contribution to current painting on the national and international stage.



John Moores Painting Prize

Laura Lancaster

to 18/11/2018
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

The internationally-renowned John Moores Painting Prize is the UK's longest-established painting prize, founded in 1957. 2018 marks the art prize’s 60th anniversary and its 30th exhibition. 2018 Jurors: Lubaina Himid CBE, Monster Chetwynd, Jenni Lomax, Bruce McLean, Liu Xiaodong

Group show



Eric Bainbridge / Joel Kyack

10/11/18 - 10/1/19
Guimarães, Vienna

Eric Bainbridge, Untitled, 2018 Ceramic, resin, wood 24 x 45 x 13.5 cm
Group show


The Baffled Chef

Mike Pratt

to 21/10/18
Tatjana Pieters

Solo show


Simondon versus Burian

Hugo Canoilas

to 13/10/18
Las Palmas Projects
Lisboa, Portugal

Solo show


Arrivals / Departures

Marcus Coates

extended until 2022
Utrecht Centraal, NL

'Arrivals / Departures' Marcus Coates' commission for Utrecht Centraal train station has been extended by the City Council to 2022 due to Popular Demand.

Utrecht Centraal is the largest and busiest railway station in the Netherlands.
Arrivals/Departures is a digital calendar located at the entrance to the station. Each day, this large led display announces an arrival or departure in nature.

Public commission



Marcus Coates

25/10/18 – 3/3/2019
Somerset House, London, UK

Group show


Kreaturen nach Maß - Tiere und Gegenwartsdesign

Marcus Coates

to 6/1/19
Marta, Museum für Kunst, Architektur, Design. Herford, Germany

Group show


Touch Saastamoinen Foundation Art Collection Exhibition

Jacob Dahlgren

to 20/8/19
EMMA - Espoo Museum of Modern Art, Finland

Group show


Colour Snap

Jacob Dahlgren

to 8/2/19
UH Gallery, Hertfordshire, UK

Group show


Abstrakt – Reflexioner från samlingen

Jacob Dahlgren

to 21/10/18
Västerås Konstmuseum, Sweden

Group show



Wolfgang Weileder

to 30/11/18
Photology AIR, Noto, Italy

Group show



Art Licks

Workplace co-founder Paul Moss in conversation with curators George Vasey and Holly Argent

Art Licks #23 offers a space for those working in cities and towns across England to project their thoughts on the theme of 'Peripheries' from their individual vantage point.
Editor Holly Willats, and guest co-editor George Vasey, invited a selection of artists, curators and writers to present their views and work.



Workplace Foundation

Workplace Foundation is a new charity based in Gateshead in the North of England founded by WORKPLACE

WORKPLACE FOUNDATION supports emerging and under-represented artists with a specific commitment to UK art scenes outside of London


Breaking Into Heaven

The Conduit

The first exhibition curated by Workplace Foundation for The Conduit features work by three emerging artists Matt Antoniak, Claire Dorsett, and Susie Green alongside work by established artists Eric Bainbridge, Marcus Coates, and Laura Lancaster.

The Conduit is a new 8-floor private members club at 40 Conduit Street, Mayfair that serves as a home for a diverse community of people passionate about social change.

Workplace Foundation


The Manchester Contemporary

12 - 14 October

Stand 132

Matt Antoniak
Simeon Barclay
Louise Giovanelli
Emily Hesse

Simeon Barclay
An Arrangement on white in perspective (cock on mate)
, 2015
Clear acrylic, Diabond, inkjet print, tape
119 x 90 x 2.5 cm, Courtesy of the artist and Workplace Foundation

Art Fair


Drone Ensemble

Workplace Gateshead

to 27 October 2018

We are delighted to announce an exhibition of new commissioned work by Drone Ensemble at Workplace Foundation, Gateshead as part of TUSK Festival 2018.

Workplace Foundation


3 - Phase

Larry Achiampong
Mark Essen
Nicola Singh

to 23/2/19
Eastside Projects, Birmingham

Part of the unique development initiative 3-Phase, a partnership with Jerwood Charitable Foundation & Workplace Foundation, these three solo shows are the finale of three exhibition moments, showcasing work by three artists over an 18 month period.

Workplace Foundation