Michael Petry opens a new exhibition The Landscape of the Gods next week at HSBC Space. He will be making a landscape installation of his new acrylic on canvas paintings. Each individual painting references the idea of heaven in various world religions.
This week you can see Michael Petry’s Joshua D’s Wall at F.A.S and listen to the World Premiere performance of A Prussian Requiem.
Artist Michael Petry will be giving a tour of Tate Modern’s Level 4 Galleries, in which he will reveal and… Read More
Michael Petry artist, author and Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) London, has unveiled his first U.S. installation of AT the Core of the Algorithm.
Nature Morte : Contemporary artists reinvigorate the Still-Life tradition is a daring, convincing and completely on-point collection of modern still-life that features both canonical and lesser-known artists alongside several that have recently exhibited in London; Sarah Lucas, Clare Tworney and Robert Gober.
Building on Michael Petry’s book, The Art of Not Making: The New Artist/Artisan Relationship, this exhibition explores the various factors that motivate artists today to use assistants or outsourcing as part of their practice.
ART BOOKS: Michael Petry : Identity|Identiteetti + One Spirit Showcase Photographic Diary
Want to get involved? Send in your daydreams, poetry, doodles and more, and it will be incorporated into the LIVE… Read More
We are delighted to announce that British conceptual artist Terry Smith will be coming into FAD office to discuss art education and the recent launch of ‘The Experimental Art School’ 2012 11th May 2012 at 2pm.
Ending: July 29, 2012 The Touch of the Oracle features three monumental site-specific installations – Golden Rain, Joshua D’s Wall,… Read More
The Art of Not Making:The New Artist/Artisan Relationship is the first book to tackle these questions head on, exploring the concepts of authorship, artistic originality, skill, craftsmanship and the creative act
Cécile Emmanuelle Borra, Roberto Ekholm, Nicky Hirst,Pablo A Padilla Jargstorf, Adrián Navarro, Neil Gall, Michael Petry, Daniel Pettitt . To be sagacious is to have a keen discernment, an almost prophetic knowledge. ……
All the works made coded reference to very hot topics of the day before the 2008 election. I think my gallerist was very brave to put the show on even though all the objects were very beautiful, the US was still in the grips of Bush induced fear and many of the works in the show were blogged about in detail, and mainly incorrectly.
With his Bad Seed exhibition of site-specific work developed in response to the museum, its unique ambience, its collections and its archives.