1. Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick

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    A new exhibition, curated by Mo’Wax and UNKLE founder, artist and musician James Lavelle, featuring a host of contemporary artists, film makers and musicians showcasing works inspired by Stanley Kubrick. Contributors include: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin / Carl Craig / Charlotte Colbert / Chris Levine / Christiane Kubrick / David Nicholson / Dexter Navy / Doug Foster / Doug...
  2. John Isaacs - The Architecture of Empathy

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  3. John Isaacs: THE ARCHITECTURE OF EMPATHY

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    18 January - 15 March 2014 Massimo Minini Gallery
  4. John Isaacs - The Architecture of Empathy

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    Opens 18th January 2014 Galleria Massimo Minini For his first show in Italy, John Isaacs is presenting a single new work in the main room of the gallery: a large sculpture, made with Carrara marble, whose traditional technique calls to mind a famous artwork from the past. It is a very striking physical presence that summons up varied insights and...
  5. Viewing Room at the Crypt, All Visual Arts

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    All Visual Arts presents Viewing Room, curated by Joe La Placa and Mark Sanders, this exhibition brings together 36 contemporary artists that have been represented or affiliated with the organization since its advent in 2008. Artists include John Isaacs, Wolfe von Lenkiewicz, Tom Ormond, Tim Noble & Sue Webster.For more information, visit the All Visual Arts website.
  6. Glasstress - White Light/White Heat, Contemporary artists and glass

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    Collateral Event of the 55th International Art Exhibition – LaBiennale di VeneziaGlasstress: White Light / White Heat will open at the preview of the Venice Biennale on 31st May at the Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti on the Grand Canal and at the Berengo Centre for Contemporary Art and Glass accompanied by dynamic performances from Alice Anderson and Cai Guo Qiang.The show...
  7. John Isaacs - The Hand That Rocks The Cradle

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    To co-incide with Gallery Weekend Berlin, John Isaacs exhibition opens at Galerie Michael Haas in Berlin this weekend.
  8. The closest I ever came to you - John Isaacs

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  9. Vanitas: The Transience of Earthly Pleasures

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    Following the huge success of The Age of the Marvellous exhibition, which attracted over 4,000 visitors during Frieze Art Fair last October, All Visual Arts (AVA) is pleased to announce its upcoming fall show Vanitas: The Transience of Earthly Pleasures. Conceived and curated by Joe La Placa and Mark Sanders of AVA, the exhibition is a contemporary update on the...
  10. John Isaacs at Berlin Pillar of Art 2010

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    In association with Art Barter Berlin, which we posted about here, Berlin Pillar of Art also launches this month.The third in the series, Berlin Pillar of Art project is an initiative first set up by Art Below’s Ben Moore whereby 14 foot high pillars in the districts of Berlin Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg are adorned with works by selected artists.This...
  11. Shoebox Art Auction for Kids Co

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    Kids Company and the Bryan Adams Foundation are delighted to host Shoebox Art, a unique auction and exhibition of work by leading artists. In support of Kids Company's work with vulnerable children, each artist has recreated a room from their childhood inside a shoebox. The public have a chance to place for bid for these unique sculptures before the private...
  12. Response: Eloise Fornieles and John Isaacs

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    We travelled to Berlin late last week to see the last in the trilogy of Eloise Fornieles' installation performances, Carrion, at Haunch of Venison Berlin. On the same night, just a few doors down on Heidestrasse, we dropped in at John Isaacs' private view of Tears Welling Up Inside at Wendt + Friedmann Galerie. The contrast between the rituals of...
  13. John Isaacs opens at Wendt + Friedmann Galerie, Berlin

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    John Isaacs opens a solo exhibition, Tears Welling Up Inside, at Wendt + Friedmann Galerie in Berlin this Friday. The private view runs from 6-10pm and for anyone in or visiting Berlin, is a few doors down from Eloise Fornieles' performance at Haunch of Venison, posted below.16 January – 6 March 2010 Opening: 15 January, 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.it...
  14. That's All Folks!

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    Join over 90 artists including John Isaacs and Gavin Turk in a huge group show in Belgium from 11th December - 17th January 2010.

    Curated by Michel Dewilde and Jerome Jacobs, That's all folks! features a wide range of artworks such as paintings, prints, installations, sculptures, video projections and more. They all sit beautifully under the subheading 'The endless clash between Reason and Destiny' - for more information read the press release below or visit their website.

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    I Know This World... (2005)
    John Isaacs

    Portrait of Che (2009)
    Gavin Turk

    PRESS RELEASE

    That's all Folks !

    The endless clash between Reason and Destiny

    Is that really all? The exhibition That's all Folks ! raises questions about the human condition, and the capacity of the individual to take control of his and everyone else's destiny and that of the planet.

    We are constantly provided with undoubted images of idealism, beauty and wisdom, but our collective recall is poor and our plans for the future intrinsic and self centred.

    The aim of the exhibition is to remind us that a clear and objective understanding of the world and its terrible history is vital to our achieving a sense of the present and our avoiding the constant repetition of our eternal and devastating mistakes.

    That's all Folks ! has a vast and global canvas, not devoted solely to a one theme. In a tragi-comic way it looks at our innate inability to divert the inevitable march of time. What is needed, the exhibitions says, is that we should regard history from another perspective, not to let fear, intolerance, intimidation or anger stand in the way of human progress and to examine history and the disastrous human record resulting from these fears, in a totally different light.

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  15. If Your Dreams Are Not Your Own

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    If Your Dreams Are Not Your Own, How Can You Claim to Own Them? A thought on the 21st century’s imagination.John Isaacs’ sculpture representing a unicorn horn but in fact having been cast from a narwhal tusk has always made me think about imagination and dreams. The title, in true Isaacs style, dragged out a chain of assumptions that made...
  16. The Goss-Michael Foundation

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    Part of the Foundation's public rotating schedule of exhibitions includes EAT ME – DRINK ME, a group exhibition featuring new acquisitions of Contemporary British Artists including: Mat Collishaw, Matthew Darbyshire, Ian Dawson, Tracey Emin, James Hopkins, John Isaacs, Rachel Kneebone, Mark Titchner, Christian Ward, and Gary Webb.The exhibition runs from 18th June - 22nd August 2009 and takes its starting...
  17. Distortion at Venice Biennale

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    The 53rd International Art Exhibition, titled Making Worlds / Fare Mondi / Bantin Duniyan / 制造世界 / Weltenmachen / Construire des Mondes / Fazer Mundos, etc., directed by Daniel Birnbaum, will open to the public from June 7th to November 22nd 2009 in the Giardini and the Arsenale exhibition venues, as well as in various other locations around the city. 

    This year, James Putnam has curated 'Distortion', which features works by many Other Criteria associated artists - Mat Collishaw, John Isaacs, Alastair Mackie, Tim Noble & Sue Webster and Gavin Turk - and which stems from the use of distorting effects in painting, notably from the 16th century Venetian tradition.

    John Isaacs, Glass Eye...Glass Soul, 2008, 195 x 50 x 50 cm, 24 carat gold plated bronze, stainless steel, marble, wood, oil paint, antique cabinet unknown contents Courtesy: the artistJohn Isaacs, Glass Eye...Glass Soul, 2008, 195 x 50 x 50 cm, 24 carat gold plated bronze, stainless steel, marble, wood, oil  paint, antique cabinet unknown contents Courtesy: the artist

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  18. John Isaacs at Museum 52

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    Let the Golden Age Begin30 May - 2 July 2009 Preview Friday 29 May 6 - 8pmPress Release: Museum 52 is delighted to present Let the Golden Age Begin, John Isaacs’ fifth solo exhibition with the gallery.  The exhibition presents a series of new works in which Isaacs touches upon preoccupations with hope and loss, that which is fleetingly gained...
  19. New: artist videos

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    Other Criteria has a couple of artist videos to add to our own profile of John Isaacs.Ashley Bickerton and Tim Noble & Sue Webster feature in short films by Nicole Davis, courtesy of Artnet TV, and ZCZ Films respectively. Thank you to both for sharing them with us. Watch this space for more video posts.You can find them by clicking...
  20. John Isaacs studio visit

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    The final edit of our long-awaited John Isaacs studio visit to Berlin is now ready!As we mentioned in an earlier post, we went to visit John in his studio last month to find out more about the ideas and production processes behind 5 of his editions, all of which are available through Other Criteria.The video will be embedded on John's...

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