‘THE GAP BETWEEN THE FRIDGE AND THE COOKER’ at The Modern Institute, Glasgow
David Shrigley: Problem Guitars at Independent New York
Spring Studios, Tribeca
Booth 33, 6th Floor
March 2-5, 2017
At Independent New York, Anton Kern Gallery is excited to present a group of sculptures by David Shrigley titled ‘Problem Guitars’: functional yet non-conventional instruments, including guitars, bass guitars, and various percussion. While crafted with a luthier’s precision, the artist's clever/cunning sabotage makes them awkward to play and generates unexpected sounds (think: single-string guitars with a single fret or barrel-size maracas). Alongside the instruments, Shrigley will also present a new series of black and white drawings.
Print and Poem: David Shrigley, ‘ANOTHER TASK FOR YOU’
Enitharmon Editions & Jealous GalleryThe Royal Academy at The London Original Print Fair (4th-7th May 2017). The print is available to pre-order now
The Royal Academy at The London Original Print Fair 4th-7th May 2017). The print is available to pre-order now
May 4-7, 2017
Anton Kern Gallery
Art Basel Miami Beach
Miami Convention Center
December 7-10, 2017
Irony, sensitivity and subversion are in the current temporary intervention of the Art Program at JK Iguatemi!
Complementing the Mall's permanent collection, works by David Shringley, Caio Reisewitz and Thomas Struth are seasoned in the aisles of the mall, visitors can comfortably enjoy the works sitting on sofas and discover more about each artist's universe and their productions on touchscreen screens that, in English and Portuguese, bring information about the entire Iguatemi art collection.
The visitation is free and also has names like Rirkrit Tiravanija and Marepe, present in the permanent collection of Shopping.
Life Model II
April 16 – May 28, 2018
Brighton Festival 2018 Guest Director David Shrigley brings his large-scale installation Life Model II alongside a selection of his animated films to Fabrica during April and May 2018.
Life Model II upends our preconceptions about the traditional 'life drawing' class by replacing the live model with a sculptural one. Visitors are invited to sit, observe, and draw the model using easels and materials provided. The finished drawings are then pinned to the surrounding gallery walls, becoming part of the exhibition.