News & Press
Our exhibitions and artists have received press in the Architects Journal, ArtReview, frieze, the Financial Times, The Guardian and This Is Tomorrow, among others.
Tom Owen in Chance, Order, Change..., a group show at Studio 1.1, London, 2 – 26 July.
An interview with Rut Blees Luxemburg on the Museum of London blog, to coincide with her display at the institution.
Rut Blees Luxemburg solo exhibition London Dust at the Museum of London, 1 May 2015 – 10 Jan 2016.
Paul Simon Richards wins Fokus 15 Video Art Prize at Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Darren Harvey-Regan solo show The Erratics at Passaggi Arte Contemporanea, Pisa, Italy, 18 April – 27 June.
Amy Petra Woodward in two-person show Trip the Light, ARTHOUSE1, 10 – 28 April.
Jonathan Murphy's exhibition As You Walked in the Room at Chandelier in the British Journal of Photography's "Driven to Abstraction" issue.
Jeremy Millar in The Guardian, reviewed by Adrian Searle, for his contribution to the group show at Turner Contemporary Self: Image and Identity
Rut Blees Luxemburg performance-reading with Alexander García Düttmann, David Roberts Art Foundation, 23 Jan, 6-8pm
Chandelier mentioned in Art Slant as one of London's best project spaces.
Roxy Walsh and Sally Underwood present Outwith at Art Exchange,
Colchester, Jan 12 – Feb 14.
Face Down: Amy Petra Woodward featured on Sites Emerging
Coco Crampton solo exhibition Handles on Romance & Other Girls also Common Tongue at The Minories, Colchester, UK
Amy Petra Woodward's exhibition Face Down selected as one of an's top 5 exhibitions of 2014.
Chandelier artist Rut Blees Luxemburg has made a new book in collaboration with philosopher Alexander García Düttmann, published by Self Publish, Be Happy Editions.
Agata Madejska, who will exhibit at Chandelier in 2015, is part of the group show at Tate Modern Conflict, Time, Photography, open Dec – March 2015.
Amy Petra Woodward solo exhibition at Chandelier announced.
Keef Winter will be exhibiting as part of the TULCA festival of visual arts in Galway, Ireland this month, along with Mark Wallinger, Bedwyr Williams and a number of other artists.
Judith Goddard: Terra Conductor in Wall Street International.
Rut Blees Luxemburg will speak as part of an event on the relationship between photography and architecture at The Royal Institute of British Architects.
Keef Winter to perform Let's Build Our Own Tomb at Matt's Gallery, in collaboration with X Marks the Bökship.
Grant Foster in Curated Space group show at The Mall Galleries, curated by Sacha Craddock, featured in Wall Street International.
Chandelier Director Karen Knorr will exhibit her work in a solo exhibition at Tate Britain as part of the BP Spotlight series, Oct – March 2015.
Chandelier is participating in Photo Shanghai, China's first global art fair dedicated to photography, 5 – 7 Sept, 2014.
Rut Blees Luxemburg's London Dust in the Financial Times.
Rut Blees Luxemburg interviewed about London Dust on Photomonitor.
This Is Tomorrow feature Grant Foster: Holy Island.
Amy Petra Woodward interviewed about her solo show at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Philosophers Alexander García Düttmann and Jean-Luc Nancy write about
Rut Blees Luxemburg's recently exhibited work London Dust in frieze.
Keef Winter's two-person show at Orgy Park, New York, featured on Hyperallergic
Rut Blees Luxemburg's work will be exhibited at Tate Liverpool as part of the Liverpool Biennale, July – October
Jeremy Millar presents a specially commissioned new film work at the Whitstable Biennale, May – June
Keef Winter two-person exhibition with Steve Mykietyn at Orgy Park, New York, May – June
Grant Foster two-person exhibition with Jesse Wine at Ana Cristea Gallery, New York,
May – June
Keef Winter two-person exhibition with Katie Surridge at Vulpes Vulpes, London, April – May
Amy Petra Woodward solo exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, April – May
Tom Owen solo exhibition at RH Contemporary, New York, April – June
This Is Tomorrow feature London Dust: Rut Blees Luxemburg & Keef Winter
The Architect's Journal reviews London Dust: Rut Blees Luxemburg & Keef Winter
ArtReview previews Jeremy Millar
Disphotic reviews Moves: Darren-Harvey Regan, Jonathan Murphy, Tom Owen, Amy Petra Woodward
Notes on Metamodernism reviews Moves: Darren-Harvey Regan, Jonathan Murphy, Tom Owen, Amy Petra Woodward