FLYERSHEEPFLAGSELF WEDNESDAY 8TH JUL – SATURDAY 1ST AUG 2009 For this group show in four parts, the artists will consecutively present a singular work in the main gallery space, each piece succeeding the last, having been displayed for one week. The show title alludes to the qualities or properties of each work, and also the linear, successive nature of the show.
The show commences with a temporary floor-based work Leo Fitzmaurice, then a piece by Dutch film-maker Jeroen Eisinga, followed by an installation by Charlie Woolley, culminating with a large work from Graham Hudson. Each piece has a dedicated vernissage, and sausage will be served at each. Dates for the openings are Thursdays 9th July, 16th July, 23rd July and 30th July, 6pm. www.seventeengallery.com .
E-WERK Luckenwalde to present the largest scale solo show to date by Berlin-based artist and choreographer Melanie Jame Wolf. The Creep is an exhibition that includes a new film installation, ceramic works, textile sculptures, and performance.
The National Gallery has announced that its first-ever Pay What You Wish scheme, launched as a response to the cost-of-living crisis, will continue as part of its major autumn exhibition The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Frans Hals