Friday, 20 April 2018

Graham Rich – Anchored Under Red Rock

Graham Rich
Anchored Under Red Rock
20 April – 12 May 2018

The Fine Art Society in Edinburgh
6 Dundas Street
Edinburgh EH3 6HZ

Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Peter Liversidge – Postal Object, 6 April 2018

Peter Liversidge – Postal Object, sent from London and received in Eindhoven on 6 April 2018.
27 x 22 x 15 cm, steel, paint, stamps, postal label.

Thursday, 22 February 2018

Trevor Sutton – Memories / Concept Space, Shibukawa, Japan

Trevor Sutton
3 – 10 March 2018
Concept Space
309-8, Ishihara, Shibukawa
Gunma, 377-0007

photograph Trevor Sutton – Polke's, 2011, oil and paper on board, 25.5 x 20 cm

Peter Liversidge – Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, 2018-2019

Peter Liversidge
Working Title
7 February – 4 March 2018
Bonniers Konsthall
Torsgatan 19
11321 Stockholm

British artist Peter Liversidge will be a recurring artist at Bonniers Konsthall in Stockholm with performances, interventions and artworks at Konsthallen throughout 2018.
Until 4 March 2018 there is a Sign Studio and the Proposals for Bonniers Konsthall will be on show. A number of Proposals will be realized over the course of the yearThe book Proposals for Bonniers Konsthall is published on the occasion of this project.
From 4 December 2018 until 1 March 2019 there will be an exhibition with realized proposals, new work and documentation.
more info:

photographs Signs / Proposals for Bonniers Konsthall © 2018, Peter Liversidge, Bonniers Konsthall Stockholm

Thursday, 25 January 2018

Roger Ackling – Brought to Light

Roger Ackling – Brought to Light
1 February – 10 March 2018
Annely Juda Fine Art
23 Dering Street (off  Bond Street)
London W1S 1AW

In this exhibition Annely Juda Fine Art will be showing early archival works alongside an exhibition co-curated by Roger Ackling’s long-time friends and collaborators Trevor Sutton and Carol Robertson and there will be a selection of early notebooks, framed sun drawings, texts, photographs and works on paper that show Ackling’s first explorations of nature and art through the use of time and light, made concrete on found objects.

photographs © 2018, Annely Juda Fine Art, London
Roger Ackling – Voewood 2006, sunlight on wood, 2 parts, each 19.8 x 4.1 x 2.5 cm
Roger Ackling – Bird 1974, sunlight on wood, 28.5 x 47 x 1.7 cm, photograph by Carol Robertson

Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Ian Whittlesea: Some books and light to read them by / PrintRoom Rotterdam

Ian Whittlesea: Some books and light to read them by
books and installation by Ian Whittlesea
13 January – 13 February 2018

Schietbaan 17
NL – 3014 ZV Rotterdam

Friday 12 January 2018 – 7-10 pm opening and conversation with Eline Verstegen

Wednesday, 13 December 2017

Peter Liversidge – Postal object, 12 December 2017

Peter LiversidgePostal object, sent from London, received in Eindhoven on Tuesday 12 December 2017
brush handle, wood, postage stamps and acrylic paint, 29 x 6 x 1,2 cm

Ingleby Gallery – and per se and: Part XIX, Peter Liversidge & Celtic head of a man

and per se and: Part XIX – Peter Liversidge & Celtic head of a man
13 – 21 December 2017

Ingleby Gallery
6 Carlton Terrace
Edinburgh EH7 5DD

Thursday, 23 November 2017

Peter Liversidge – Fifteen, group show at Kate MacGarry, London

10 November – 16 December 2017

Kate MacGarry
27 Old Nichol Street
London E2 7HR
England, UK

A group show with
Rana Begum, Josh Blackwell, Matt Bryans,Marcus Coates, Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Martino Gamper, Laura Gannon, Luke Gottelier, Des Hughes, Samson Kambalu, Jeff Keen, Jon Kipps, Dr. Lakra, Peter Liversidge, Goshka Macuga, Peter McDonald, Florian Meisenberg, Bernard Piffaretti, Ben Rivers, Luke Rudolf, John Smith, Renee So, Patricia Treib, Francis Upritchard, B. Wurtz

Peter Liversidge – Postal Object, 11 November 2017

Peter Liversidge – a postal object posted in London on 6 November and delivered in Eindhoven on 10 November 2017.
Plastic object with 8 green stamps on front and 6 green stamps on the other side, 17.4 x 5.5 x 1.4 cm

Ingleby Gallery – and per se and: Part XVIII – Alexander Calder & Peter Liversidge

Alexander Calder & Peter Liversidge
and per se and: Part XVIII
15 November – 16 December 2017

Ingleby Gallery
6 Carlton Terrace
Edinburgh EH7 5DD

and per se and  is a rolling sequence of exhibitions where one work is paired with another for two weekly periods, across a stretch of 12 months.
Alexander Calder’s celebrated circus is joined by two new works by Peter Liversidge:

a gilded mask and a group of small stone effigies.

Thursday, 2 November 2017

Andrew Ray – Frozen Air

Andrew Ray – Frozen Air

a book by Andrew Ray on the extraordinary landscape of the Seven Sisters in Sussex, published in September 2017
paperback, 96 pages, 15,6 x 23,4 cm

Price £ 10
available from the webshop of Caught by the River:
or on Amazon:

more info
and a review of the book here:

Andrew Ray is the author of the weblog Some Landscapes, about nature and the arts:

I have some copies of Frozen Air for sale at my table on the Small Publishers Fair 2017 at Conway Hall, London

Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Laurie Clark and Thomas A Clark – exhibition and edition at Zembla, Hawick, Scottish Borders

Laurie Clark
Thomas A Clark
16 October – 12 November 2017
Zembla | Gallery for Contemporary Art
Little Lindisfarne
Stirches Road
Scottish Borders TD9 7HF

Autumn exhibition, open by appointment

on the occasion of this exhibition the first Zembla edition is published:
Thomas A Clark – A Line of Poetry Is Blue, 2017
solid aluminium, 150 cm, edition of 20
available at the gallery:
tel +44 (0)7843625232
instagram @zemblagallery

Peter Liversidge – Flags in Plymouth / We The People Are The Work

We The People Are The Work
22 September – 18 November 2017
different venues and locations in Plymouth

A major visual arts project in Plymouth that explores ideas of power, protest and the public, curated by Simon Morrissey, Director of Foreground.
Vega Macotela & Thomas
Matt Stokes
Ciara Phillips
Peter Liversidge
Claire Fontaine

One of the works realised by Peter Liversidge is a series of flags flying on 18 flag poles making one line near the seaside. The words on the flags are making together a complete sentence. Typography and design flags by Peter Foolen. Flags produced by Holland Vlaggen, Oosterwolde, NL. Printed in silkscreen on Spun-polyester 160 gsm, each flag 150 x 225 cm.
photograph © 2017, We The People Are The Work