until 21.12. | #2310ARtatBerlin | Galerie Gilla Lörcher shows from 15th December 2018 the solo exhibition One-single-artwork-show #8 with one artwork by the artist Joanna Jones.
We cordially invite you to the One-single-artwork-show # 8 (Do-Sa 15-18 hrs open), where an abstract painting of the British painter Joanna Jones is in the centre. With this exhibition we say goodbye to the winter break.
Joanna Jones’s practice over several decades has included painting and performance. Interested in the inter-connectedness of things, thoughts and encounters she has developed a performative process in painting that positions her body as an agency of a particular kind of knowing and takes painting into the territory of an event.
The British artist Joanna Jones lives and works in Dover (UK). Following a foundation year at Northwich College of Art, she continued her studies in London at the Byam Shaw School. Jones received her National Diploma of Design in painting from Goldsmith`s College, and graduated from the Royal Academy Schools in 1970. Joanna Jones is a recipient of several art awards including the first prize in the Greater London Councils painting competition (1969), a scholarship from Künstlerhaus Balmoral in 2000 and an Arts Council England Year of the Artist award for a work at Samphire Hoe in 2001.
Her work has been shown in many international art institutions and galleries s.a.: Arts Council England (UK); Royal Academy, London (UK); Wrexham Arts Centre, North Wales (UK); The City Gallery of Leicester, Leicester (UK); Leicester City Museum, Leicester (UK); National Gallery of Canada, Montreal (CDN); Taipeh Gallery, New York (US); Künstlerhaus Balmoral, Bad Ems (D); London Biennale 2004, London (UK); Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, curated by Peter Wairmeir/Ingrid Mössinger, (D);
Stadtmuseum Bad Ems, Bad Ems (D); Museum Mühlheim, Mühlheim (D); Offenes Kulturhaus, Linz, curated by Sigrid Schade, (A); Pharos Center for Contemporary Art, Nicosia (CY); Pharos Trust, Melina Mercouri Cultural Center, Nicosia (CY); Karmeliterkloster, Frankfurt (D); Städtische Galerie, Bad Soden (D); Haus am Lützowplatz, Berlin (D); Space Gallery Folkstone, Folkstone (UK); Galerie Kyra Maralt, Berlin (D); Galerie Wild, Frankfurt (D); Galerie Klaus Werth, Frankfurt (D); Galerie Gilla Lörcher | Contemporary Art, Berlin (D) a.o.
Between 14 December 2016 and 19 January 2017 Galerie Gilla Lörcher introduced a new exhibition format and a series of 6 exhibitions that did only last one week. The so-called one-single-artwork-show exhibit format will be continued from time to time and will contrast the usual 6 weeks exhibits.
The exhibition format follows the parameters:
1 artist, 1 artwork, 1 week.
Back to the roots. Bildbesprechung. Let´s talk about art.
All „One-single-artwork-show“ dates at one glance:
One-single-artwork-show #1 | Opening 17 Nov 2016 at 7pm: John Cornu
One-single-artwork-show #2 | Opening 24 Nov 2016 at 7pm: Ab van Hanegem
One-single-artwork-show #3 | Opening 1 Dec 2016 at 7pm: Bettina Sellmann
One-single-artwork-show #4 | Opening 8 Dec 2016 at 7pm: Susanne Jung
One-single-artwork-show #5 | Opening 15 Dec 2016 at 7pm: Iris Musolf
One-single-artwork-show #6 | Opening 12 Jan 2017 at 7pm: Ivan Liovik Ebel
One-single-artwork-show #7 | Opening 14 Dec 2017 at 7pm: Ute Schendel
One-single-artwork-show #7 | 15 – 21 Dec: Joanna Jones
We will continue at the end of January. On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the gallery in 2019, we are looking forward to presenting five exhibitions of the following artists:
Rosemary Lee | 26 Jan – 8 March 2019
Ivan Liovik Ebel | 23 March – 20 April 2019
Joanna Jones | 26 April – 28 June 2019
Quentin Lefranc | 7 Sept – 11 Oct 2019
John Cornu / Valentin Carron / Nicolas Chardon | 26 Oct – 6 Dec 2019
Vernissage: Saturday, 15th December 2018
Ausstellungsdaten: Saturday, 15th December – Saturday, 22nd December 2018Zur Galerie Gilla Lörcher
Imape caption: Joanna Jones Untitled, 210 x 160 cm, acrylic on canvas, Foto Gilla Loercher
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