Artists featured in the exhibition include Salvador Dali, Otto Dix, George Grosz, Steven C. Harvey, Reece Jones, Dirk Lange, Seung-hyun Lee, Fernand Leger, Wolfe von Lenkiewicz, Robert Longo, Dominic McGill, Robert McNally, Ludwig Meidner, Yan Pei-Ming, Paul Noble, Dennis Scholl, Erinc Seymen, Mircea Suciu and Hugo Wilson.
ALL VISUAL ARTS present METAMORPHOSIS: THE TRANSFORMATION OF BEING Private view Monday 8th October 2012
Following the success of 2010’s critically acclaimed group exhibition Vanitas: The Transience of Earthly Pleasures, which attracted over 4,000 visitors during the Frieze Art Fair, All Visual Arts is pleased to announce its upcoming autumn exhibition, Metamorphosis: The Transformation of Being.
Wolfe von Lenkiewicz has transformed Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights into a post-historic, trans-cultural manuscript. At first glance von Lenkiewicz’s work appears to be a faithful reproduction of the original, but on closer inspection it is ‘contaminated’ with imagery from a wide range of historical and contemporary sources, both art historical and pop cultural.
Staged across the 5000 square foot warehouse in Kings Cross, Control Test represents the culmination of a series of works developed over the past two years.
Alastair Mackie’s new and largest installation to date, created in response to the AVA’s converted gallery space twenty seven pine… Read More
Two All Visual Arts shows during Frieze Week | Jonathan Wateridge Mittelland and Charles Matton’s Enclosures
All Visual Arts have two satellite shows ongoing during Frieze week, one at their home in King’s Cross and another on Warren Street.
It’s first Thursday, and there is LOADS on. Check out our round up below, and click through to this week’s… Read More
The All Visual Arts collective host their third exhibition at their Omega Place showroom, until July 14th. This time around… Read More
Wolfe von Lenkiewicz – I Have an Excellent Idea….Let’s Change the Subject at AVA Private View Thursday 12th May 2011
Image: You’re Nothing but a pack of cards Wolfe von Lenkiewicz’s practice is a continuum of struggle with art history,… Read More
BOUND is the inaugural exhibition at All Visual Arts’ (AVA) new space at Kings Cross. Featuring new work by Alice Anderson and Kate MccGwire that tap into some of our deep-seated fears.
All Visual Arts (AVA) will move to a 5,000 square foot warehouse in the heart of King’s Cross. The new… Read More
Hugo Wilson’s work confronts organisational systems that attempt to insulate from an alternative of “chaos”. Fascinated by “seemingly organised chaos”… Read More
Image:Reece Jones. Habbakuk. 2010. charcoal on paper with polymer varnish in three frames. 140 x 420cm on wall. Courtesy All… Read More
Artists in the exhibition will include Nicola Bolla, Jodie Carey, Bertozzi and Casoni, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Wim Delvoye, Aaron van Erp, Hans Peter Feldmann, Paul Fryer, Tom Gallant, Ori Gersht, Rachel Howard, John Isaacs, Reece Jones, Wolfe von Lenkiewicz, Alastair Mackie, Charles Matton, Kate MccGwire, Polly Morgan, Martin Sexton, Mee Kyung Shin, Dolly Thompsett, Bouke de Vries, Jonathan Wateridge, Tim Noble and Sue Webster and Hugo Wilson.
A famous musician, Ian Curtis, I think, explained in his suicide note – ‘there’s nothing left to write about’. Wow…. Read More