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Jerwood in February 2017

01.02.2017

Paul Nash (1889-1946), The Corner, 1919, Jerwood Collection

Jerwood Collection

This work, which was acquired for the Jerwood Collection in 2015, is the current Artwork in Focus on the ArtUK website. Written by Lara Wardle, Director Curator. https://artuk.org/discover/stories/artwork-in-focus-the-corner.

The Jerwood Collection has been re-hung at Jerwood Gallery and is presented in chronological decades. The first display, which is currently showing in Rooms 3 (until 12 March 2017) 6 and 7 (until 21 May 2017) shows pieces from the early 20th century together with works from the 1920s. Also on display in Rooms 4 and 5 (until 12 March 2017) are a selection of prints from the collection.

Follow Director Curator Lara Wardle @larawardle_art on Instagram for updates on the Jerwood Collection.

Jerwood Gallery, Hastings


Keith Tyson, photo (c) Pete Jones

‘Spectacular evidence of the survival of drawing as an art in the 21st century’

Jonathan Jones, selecting Keith Tyson at Jerwood Gallery, Hastings as No 1- This Week’s Best Exhibitions, The Guardian Friday 27 January 2017
 

Keith Tyson: Turn Back Now is now open and displays Tyson’s studio wall drawings, made over the last two decades and hung from floor to ceiling across the ground floor galleries. He says the work ‘documents the last 20 years of my life and everybody else’s’. Tyson’s rich artistic practice, encompassing painting, sculpture, drawing, machines and systems, shares a fascination with infinity, the nature of being and the origins of life.


Find out more about Turn Back Now in this video by Justin Lycett: https://vimeo.com/201285870. An interview with Keith Tyson will feature on Radio 4’s Front Row on Thursday 2 February at 7.15pm.


The exhibition runs until 4th June 2017


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Heather Phillipson, Zero-Point Garbage Matte, 2012. Courtesy of the artist and Zabludowicz Collection London. Image: thisistomorrow.info

Jerwood Visual Arts alumni start the year with a run of successes


It has been a noteworthy start to the year for Jerwood Visual Arts alumni: Adam Buick (Jerwood Makers Open 2013) has received a Creative Wales Award from Arts Council Wales and current Jerwood Makers Open artist Juli Bolaños-Durman received a Craft Council Hothouse Makers Award; alumni Bedwyr Williams (Jerwood Encounters: SHOW 2013) won the Derek Williams Trust Purchase Award in association with Artes Mundi; current Jerwood/Photoworks artist Lua Ribeira was named as runner up in the Bar Tur Photobook Award; and Heather Phillipson winner of the Jarman Award 2016, has been shortlisted for the Fourth Plinth Commission, the artist was part of Jerwood Encounters: TTTT in 2014 curated by Head of Programme Sarah Williams. Emma Hart (Jerwood/FVU Awards 2012) continues to work supported by the Max Mara Art Prize for Women until later in 2017.

Jerwood New Playwright Charlene James has won Most Promising Playwright at the Critic's Circle Theatre Awards 2016 for her play Cuttin' it.
A Young Vic/Royal Court co-production with Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Sheffield Theatres and The Yard Theatre, it was produced through Jerwood New Playwrights at the Royal Court, and supported by the Jerwood Assistant Directors Programme at the Young Vic with Anastasia Osei-Kuffour taking the role of Assistant Director.

Charlene James also received the Charles Wintour Award for Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Awards for Theatre in 2016 and a George Devine Award for the play.


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