EXHIBITIONS      
       
 

Drift

Jesse Ash, Bernd Behr, Bernice Donszelmann, Cath Ferguson, Mary Maclean, Louisa Minkin, Tim Renshaw, Helen Robertson

12-27 January 2019

Thames-Side Studios Gallery

   
       
 

1000 Years of Things

Five Years 1998-2018

4-18 October 2018

   
       
       
 

Overpr!nt: agitate activate

La Musée: Centre de la Gravure et de l'Image imprimée, La Louvière, Belgium

28 April - 16 September 2018

We are in a time where institutionalized indignations flourish, particularly in the field of contemporary creation. The institution seemingly embrace great causes (refugees’ crisis, economic crisis, ecological crisis, revolutions and uprisings) in order to, (un)consciously, void them of meaning.

OVERPR!NT is not just another call to arms, but rather a reflection - retrospective and prospective, multiple and contradictory - on the relevance of the medium of print in the articulation and diffusion on alternative ways of thinking.

 
       
 

Yes to Life

Screening at Kjetil Berge's MOVIES night at SLV Battersea

5pm Sun 25 February 2018

   
       
 

Metadata - how we relate to Images

Nora Al-Badri and Nikolai Nelles | Alexander Burgess | Hussein Chalayan | Matthew Clarke | Joyce Clissold | Carole Collet | Sarah Craske, Dr Simon Park and Dr Charlotte Sleigh | Matthew Darbyshire | Rosemary House | Lauren Jetty | Edward Johnston and Violet E Hawkes | Owen Jones | Lottin de Laval | Richard Long | Nicola Lorini | Alfred Maudslay | Louisa Minkin | William Morris and John Henry Dearle | Noel Rooke | Henrietta Simson | Jeremy Wood

Lethaby Gallery 10th January - 3rd February 2018

 
       
       
 

Pictures Not Homes

Camberwell Arts Festival 10-18 June 2017

   
       
 

GESTURES OF RESISTANCE

20 -30 April 2017

curated by Jean Wainwright

Bill Balaskas, Pavel Büchler, Broomberg and Chanarin, Edward Chell, Ian Dawson, Louisa Minkin, Francis Summers, Craig Fisher, Alfredo Jaar, Peter Kennard and Cat Phillipps, Steffi Klenz, Małgorzata Markiewicz,Terry Perk, Julian Rowe, Yorgos Sapountzis, Bob and Roberta Smith, Socratis Socratous, Wolfgang Tillmans, Jessica Voorsanger, Stuart Whipps

Centre Romantso, Athens, Greece

   
       
       
 

Annihilation Event

22-29 March 2017

Lethaby Gallery, Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, London N1C 4AA

 
       
       
 

PICTURES NOT HOMES

Louisa Minkin and Ian Dawson

12 - 28 January 2017

The Winchester Gallery at Winchester School of Art

 
       
       
 

Ian Dawson | Louisa Minkin | Taplow House | Unit 001 | Room 001

ASC Gallery
The Chaplin Centre
Taplow House, Thurlow Street
London SE17 2DG
+44 (0)20 7274 7474
info@ascstudios.co.uk

29 June - 21 August 2015

Open Monday to Friday 10:30 - 17:00

 
       
       
 

Taplow 02

ASC Gallery and 2Inspire, August 2015

 
       
 

2015

Deep Highly Eccentric

The Winchester Gallery, Winchester, UK

Kjetil Berge, Boyle Family, Michael Curran and Louisa Minkin, Ian Dawson, Mikala Dwyer, Nahoko Kudo, Tim O'Riley, Sophy Rickett, Alex Schady, Nick Stewart, Systems House, Mia Taylor, Mark Aerial Waller.

Bringing together works by fourteen international artists, Deep Highly Eccentric explores abstraction and distance in relation to outer space and the human act of gazing.

Curated by Mia Taylor

 
       
 

Common Conduct

LMFS 2013, Digital Video, 8:04 with live reading.

screening 8pm 6th Feb 2015

Atomic Pictures

Le Shakirail, 2 Rue Riquet 75018 Paris

Le troisième volet d’Atomic Pictures réunit quatre voix d’artistes et joue avec leur valeur off et on dans un programme qui restitue l’état du monde selon différentes visions. Confrontés aux limites de leur propre création, les artistes y semblent pris dans un mouvement d’aller-retour insensé.Ce constat d’échec semble pourtant paradoxalement réaffirmer toute la puissance de l’art là où il est question de désenchantement.
C’est au beau milieu d’un univers se référant aux sciences, à l’art ou à la politique, que seule la voix de l’artiste semble résister aux déceptions représentées à l’écran.


Avec: Ian James, Jasmine Johnson, Francis Summers & Louisa Minkin et Mikolaj Tkasz

   
       
 

Juxtaposition


an exhibition of contemporary collage and video art

The Museum of Club Culture, Hull
Suite 5, Bond 31, 42 High Street, Hull, HU1 1PS.

Launch: Friday 17th June 6pm - 8.30pm
Continues weekends until July 10th 11am - 4pm

Evoking the spirit of DADA the exhibition will include contemporary collage, assemblage and video art from artists including:
Michelle Thompson, Martin O’Neill, Paul Burgess, Austin Von New, Mark Wigan, Louisa Minkin, Gordon Dawson, Priya Sundram, Kerry Baldry, Chris Harper, Marcel Craven, Michael Szpakowski, Ian Pollock and more..

   
       
       
 

FIVE YEARS:

THE DIRTY SUBJECT. NEW SPACE.

Opening Event: 23 June 6 > 9pm

Gallery Open: 25 June > 3 July, Sat & Sun 1-6pm

Unit 2B1, 9-15 Elthorne Road, London N19 4AJ

   
       
 

Beg, Borrow and Steal

Yes to Life @ CalArts 16 Feb 2016

   
       
       
 

Complex Topography: the Garden

Ritsurin Garden, Takamatsu, Japan

23-27 October 2015

 
       
 

Yes to Life screening as part of Ashkan Sephavand's project Mountgrove: the contemporary leisure platform [CLEP] 30 - 31 October 2015

Reality Through Fiction Conference Athens, Greece

Kem, Warsaw, Poland

Ashkal Alwan, Beirut

 
       
 

Yes to Life

a preface to Ashkan Sephavand's talk

FOMO: Ashkan Sepahvand, Erika Balsom introduces Harun Farocki’s Serious Games (2009-10), FOMO Panel chaired by Hito Steyerl

ICA, London
30 May 2015

 
       
 

Chalk

Stephen Cooper, Ian Dawson, Louisa Minkin

10th October - 7th November 2015

The Link Gallery, University of Winchester, S022 5HT

   
       
 

Elbow


Ian Dawson, Claude Heath, Louisa Minkin, Nicola Thomas, John Greenwood, Jenny Dunseath, Michael Colegate and Mhairi Vari.


Preview Friday 4th September 6.30-8.30pm
5th September – 4th October 2015 


C&C Gallery, 18 London Road
Forest Hill, London SE23 3HF

 
       
 

Research Photography Show 2013

Criodhna Costello, Jessica Potter, Francis Summers [including some of our collaborative work: Common Conduct and a revision of Preliminary Notes for Moving between Desert and Occupation]

5 - 9 December 2013

Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, Hester Road, London

   
       
 

Five Years @ SLUICE

19 & 20 October 12- 9pm

47/49 Tanner St. Bermondsey

 
       
 

drawNEARFAR

2 - 17 October 2013

Exhibition curated by Kjetil Berge, Winchester Gallery, Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton

Gallery event 17th October 3pm with readings and performances. Sunil Manghani: Red Line, Many Lines,  Lynne Segal and Gordon Hon in conversation, María Angélica Madero: Uncertainty and the Ocean: An introduction to Militarised Waters.

   
       
       
 

Postcard From My Studio

Acme Project Space 44 Bonner Road, Bethnal Green, London E2 9JS

4 October - 27 October
1pm to 6pm Thursdays to Sundays
Private view: Thursday 3 October, 6pm to 8pm

   
       
 

VESTLANDSUTSTILLINGEN 2013

tegnNEARFAR

Vestlandsutstillingen åpner i Haugesund Kunstforening / Haugesund Billedgalleri den 8. februar 2013

Thora Dolven Balke, Daniel Bell, Merete Christensen, Vania Cunha, Alexander Greenall, Anders Kjellesvik og Sigmund Skard, Fride Haram Klykken, Anne Knutsen, Lars Korff Lofthus, Marianne Løvvik, Joakim Lund, Louisa Minkin, Marius Moldvær, Jorunn Roaldseth, Bodil Rørvik-Larsen, Linda Skare, Kristian Skylstad, Roald Solberg, Annika Strøm, Mia Taylor, Janna Thole-Juul, Kaspar Vigestad, Simon Wells

Kunstnerisk leiar Kjetil Berge

Haugesund Kunstforening 08.02.13 - 03.03.13
www.haugesund-billedgalleri.net
Sogn og Fjordane Kunstmuseum 09.03.13 - 02.04.13
www.sfk.museum.no
Stavanger Kunstforening 11.04.13 - 01.05.13
www.stavanger-kunstforening.no
Kunsthuset KABUSO 11.05.13 - 02.06.13
www.hardangerogvossmuseum.no
Kunstmuseet KUBE 08.06.13 - 30.06.13
www.jugendstilsenteret.no

   
       
 

Yes to Life

screenings 2014 :

15 May - Modern Art, Oxford

Ruskin Shorts selected by Dan Fox, George Clark and Ciara Moloney

19 July -

Somarts Cultural Centre, San Francisco, USA

 
       
 

WITH TORCH AND SPEAR
CONSTRUCTING COLLAGE
curated by Ian Dawson

Team Shag, Ian Monroe, Chantal Joffe, Kirsten Glass, John Stezaker, Alexine Chanel, Marcus Harvey, Joseph Cornell, Eduardo Paolozzi, Michael Thebridge, Kristen Posehn, Jack Lavander, Jessica Taylor, Nicola Manuel, Danny Aldred, Stephen Cooper, Louisa Minkin, Claire Mitten, Mia Taylor, Ian Dawson, Mick Finch

Preview 18th April 6-9pm

19th April - 16th May 2013
Winchester School of Art Gallery
Park Avenue
Winchester SO23 8DL

Mon- Fri 12-4pm

 
       
       
 

 

animal human human animal

Harriet Smith, Louisa Minkin, Arizona Smith, Gordon Dawson, Diego Ferrari, Helen Sharp

Electric House, Willsden Green, London NW2 5HZ 9th > 26th January 2013 / wed- fri 10am >6pm, sat 12 > 6pm

 
       
 

ONE AND ONE AND ONE

A group exhibition that considers the idea of incompletion through the imagined and real spaces of architecture.

Preview: Sunday, 23/09/2012 from 3 – 5pm.
Amikam Toren, Bernice Donszelmann, Louisa Minkin & Francis Summers, Mary Maclean, Richard Healy, Ruth Proctor, Sally Morfill, Tim Renshaw, Yonatan Vinitsky

CGP London
Southwark Park
London SE16 2UA

26 Sep - 28 Oct 2012 Weds > Sun 12 – 6pm.

   
       
 

ARTIFACT

Louisa Minkin, Tom Mortimer, Kimvi Nguyen, Jeff Phegley, Judith Rodgers

Andover Museum & Museum of the Iron Age Church Close, Andover, Hampshire SP10 1DP

22 Sep - 3 Nov 2012

 
       
 

DEAD ORIGINAL

transcription, derivation, quotation

Edward Dorrian, Rebecca Fortnum, Geoffrey Hendricks, Sigrid Holmwood, Marc Hulson
Susan Johanknecht, Katharine Meynell, Louisa Minkin, Jim Mooney, Claire Morales, Hannah Kates Morgan , Alex Schady, John Seth, Alistair Skinner, Nick Stewart, Val Sutton, Simon Wells

21/4/12 > 06/05/12
Preview Friday 20/4/12 6 > 9pm
Gallery Open Sat & Sun 1 > 6pm

FIVE YEARS
UNIT 66 6THFLOOR, REGENT STUDIOS, 8 ANDREWS ROAD, LONDON E8 4QN

 
       
 

PRELIMINARY NOTES FOR MOVING BETWEEN DESERT AND OCCUPATION

LOUISA MINKIN / FRANCIS SUMMERS

28 January 2012

FIVE YEARS / WEB PROJECT

 
       
 

In- and outside -writing

Voorkamer, Lier, Belgium 2011

 
       
 

Blazon for the Wasteland

48 sheet billboard poster, Deptford X Renewal award, 2011

 
       
     
       
 

 

Interrupted Correspondence/ Vice-Versa:

Five Years Fragments. Five Years/ JTP09*

14.10.09 > 01.11.09

The James Taylor Gallery invited Five Years along with five other galleries (Fieldgate Gallery, Katie Guggenheim, Supine Studios, The Centre of the Universe & Transition Gallery) to occupy spaces within their vast Victorian warehouse as part of James Taylor Project 09.

http://www.fiveyears.org.uk/archive2/pages/053/pages/053-X.html

 
       
 

 

   
       
     
       
 

Extinct

Louisa Minkin

Five Years, 12.12.09 - 10.01.10

Paintings on paper made from photographic images of animals now extinct.

Quagga, Equus quagga quagga, 12 August 1883. Tarpan, Equus ferus ferus, 1887. Bubal Hartebeest, Alcelaphus buselaphus buselaphus, 9 November 1923. Syrian Wild Ass, Equus hemionus hemippus, 1928. Tasmanian Tiger, Thylacinus cynocephalus, 7 September 1936. Schomburgk’s Deer, Cervus schomburgki, 1938. Caribbean Monk Seal, Monachus tropicalis, 1952

To make Covenant with bruit Beasts, is impossible; because not understanding our speech, they understand not, nor accept any translation of Right; not can translate any Right to another; and without mutuall acceptation, there is no Covenant.

Hobbes, Leviathan, p.77.

 
       
 

Concrete Dreams

APT Gallery 2008

Ekkehard Altenburger . Dave Carr-Smith . Fran Cottell . Silke Dettmers. Anya Gallaccio . Lucy Gunning . Alex Hartley . Liz Harrison . Tony Hayward Jefford Horrigan Steve Johnson . Jools Johnson . Hattie Lee . Louisa Minkin . Martin Newth . Matt O’Dell Cornelia Parker . Jim Pearson . Gaia Persico . Victoria Rance . Leonora Robinson .Keir Smith . Tansy Spinks . Bill Watson . Mark Wayman . Verdi Yahooda . Silvia Ziranek

 
       
 

2008

Sunset is an all day process

Michael Curran and Louisa Minkin

LLS387 Antwerp, Belgium

14 Maart tot 3 Mei