1. Mat Collishaw's Magic Lantern

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    26 November 2010 - 27 March 2011 V&A Cupola (from dusk) and John Madejski Garden (10.00 - 17.45) The V&A has commissioned artist Mat Collishaw to animate the Museum's architecture with a work of haunting beauty. A monumental zoetrope - the cylindrical device first designed in 1834 to project a rapid succession of images to simulate motion - is the...
  2. Mat Collishaw's installations at VOID

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    VOID are exhibiting installations by Mat Collishaw titled 'Shooting Stars' and 'The Garden of Unearthly Delights'. Both works are on loan from Damien Hirst's Murderme collection.For more information about the exhibition contact VOID.Thanks to Damien Duffy at VOID for exhibition information and installation images. All images © Paola Bernardelli.VOID Patrick Street, Derry, BT48 7ELOpening hours: Tuesday - Saturday 11.00...
  3. Mat Collishaw's Creation Condemned

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    Born in Nottingham, England in 1966, Mat Collishaw studied at Goldsmiths College of Art from 1986 to 1989, along with a number of other prominent international British artists. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions including Freeze in 1988, and Modern Medicine in 1990, and has had many solo exhibitions in the UK and internationally, he is represented by Tanya...
  4. Mat Collishaw: Modern Pastime

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    Mat Collishaw's exhibition MODERN PASTIME opens at FaMa GALLERY in Italy this Friday 17th September from 7pm. The exhibition then runs 18th September – 20th November 2010.Curated by Danilo EccherMat Collishaw, project for "Ophelia". 2010 Carrara white marble and Ming green marble and projection 6Mat Collishaw (Nottingham 1966), one of the most significant figures of Young British Art, the protagonist...
  5. VIDEO: Mat Collishaw's Retrospectre at BFI

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    In February 2010, acclaimed British artist Mat Collishaw opened his solo exhibition at the BFI Southbank gallery. Inspired by the films of Sergei Paradjanov and commissioned as part of the season, Collishaw gives an in-depth introduction to his exhibition, reflecting on the similarities between their artistic visions and explaining how his research culminated in the final pieces he created for...
  6. Mat Collishaw, Raucci/Santamaria, Naples

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    Mat Collishaw has recently opened a show at Raucci/Santamaria Gallery, called 'Superveilance'.May 14th - July 16th 2010Press Release: Reflections on the ambiguity between reality and representation, on the never unique value of an image or a word. Mat Collishaw (Nottingham 1966 - lives and works in London) leads the viewer to an unconventional perception of issues related to crime news...
  7. Extraordinary Measures

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    From 1st May to 26th September, Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens in Northumberland will be transformed with commissions from leading, international contemporary artists including Ron Mueck, Slinkachu and Mat Collishaw. Extraordinary Measures will take visitors into an Alice in Wonderland world of dark enchantment with stunning exhibits that explore distortion of scale, perfect for big kids and little ones.English Heritage...
  8. 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...
  9. Mat Collishaw, Tracey Emin & Paula Rego: At the Foundling

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    27th January – 9th My, The foundling Museum, London.This exhibition brings together these three remarkable artists for the first time. Each artist is internationally known for responses to pain and anguish associated with aspects of childhood, motherhood, abortion and loss. Now exhibiting together in the unique and intimate surroundings of the Foundling Museum, the artists have engaged in a dramatic visual dialogue relating...
  10. Mat Collishaw at BFI Southbank - opens tomorrow

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    Mat Collishaw has created a new commission in response to the highly creative work of the late Georgian/Armenian film director and artist Sergei Paradjanov (1929 – 1990), whose work made him one of the most visionary directors of all time. To coincide with the wider celebrations of the work of Paradjanov at BFI Southbank taking place this month, Collishaw has...
  11. Peeping Tom opens tonight

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    Group exhibition curated by Keith Coventry, Vegas Gallery, Vyner Street, London E218 February - 28 March 2010 Private View: Thursday 18 February 6:30 - 9:00pmPeeping Tom was a late addition to the 11th century tale of Lady Godiva and her powerful husband, Leofric, Earl of Mercia. Peeping Tom was defined in the 17th century as “a curious prying fellow” and...
  12. Mat Collishaw's Retrospectre at BFI

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    Check out Mat Collishaw's installation Retrospectre at the BFI from 26th February - 9th May 2010. Created to celebrate the film director and artist Sergei Paradjanov (1924 – 1990), Collishaw's work has a mixture of antique items and contemporary forms. BFI Southbank will be celebrating the work of Paradjanov throughout the next month.

    Official BFI press release below, along with an image of what the Collishaw commission will look like.

    See Mat Collishaw's t-shirts, publications, editions and prints produced with Other Criteria here.

    BFI GALLERY PRESS RELEASE

    Mat Collishaw: Retrospectre

    BFI Gallery, BFI Southbank, London, SE1
    26 February – 9 May 2010
    Press view: Thursday 25 February, 5.30-6.30pm
    Private view: Thursday 25 February, 6.30-9pm
    Admission free
    www.bfi.org.uk/gallery

    Mat Collishaw has been a significant figure on the international art scene for over 20 years. His new commission for the BFI Gallery is in response to the visionary work of the late Georgian/Armenian film director Sergei Paradjanov. The project fuses sculpture and the moving image in an atmospheric work evoking the spirit of Paradjanov and forms part of the 2010 festival of his work and legacy. A season of Paradjanov films in the BFI Southbank cinemas complements the show. Mat Collishaw opens in the BFI Gallery on 26 February and runs until 9 May 2010.

    Collishaw and Paradjanov share a perceptive understanding of the mechanics of beauty which they both exploit in their art – combining diverse cultural elements, using framing devices and employing a sensual use of colour. For this commission Collishaw is assembling original antique objects, abandoned windows and two way mirrors together with video footage, both existing and recently shot in Armenia. Paradjanov’s trademark style of making films in which every shot resembles a collage is reflected in the piece. By projecting digitally manipulated images on to objects, Collishaw fuses the two dimensionality of the moving image with the three dimensionality of sculpture. The new installation, whilst being defined by Collishaw’s very distinctive style, poetically conveys the spirit of Paradjanov’s artistic endeavour, creating a fairytale world where good and evil, sacred and profane, love and violence merge.

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  13. Mat Collishaw at Freud Museum

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    Mat Collishaw's 'Hysteria' exhibition at the Freud Museum has been extended until January 3rd and relates to the print hanging above Freud's iconic psychoanalytical couch depicting a neurologist showing his students a woman in a hysterical fit. Collishaw includes sculptures, projections and site-specific installations based on the studies of hypnotics to cure hysteria, the ideas of which were a huge...
  14. Insecticides: Mat Collishaw

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    Haunch of Venison has recently released its limited edition publication on the full series of 'Insecticide' works produced by Mat Collishaw. Included is an essay by the gallery's curator, Nina Miall.Edition of 500, signed and numbered by the artist. All images Copyright Mat Collishaw, Courtesy Haunch of Venison 2009.
  15. Mat Collishaw's Hysteria at the Freud Museum

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    Don't miss Collishaw's new series of works in Hysteria, his exhibition at the Freud Museum, until 13th December. Visit the museum between 12-5pm Wednesday-Sunday in Hampstead, London. Or pop down on Wednesday 28th October when it stays open until 8.30pm. For more information on the exhibition visit the Freud museum website here or contact them directly. To see Mat Collishaw's...
  16. Mat Collishaw's 'Submission' at Haunch of Venison

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    Mat Collishaw's show 'Submission' will be at Haunch of Vension in Berlin from 12th September until 19th December 2009.

    For more information visit the Haunch of Venison website.

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    Insecticide 15 ,  2009

    Mat Collishaw
    Insecticide 15 ,  2009
    C-type photo on Dibond

    182.9 x 182.9 cm
    72 x 72 inches
    (HV26420)

    Haunch of Venison's Press Release:

    For his first solo exhibition in Berlin, British artist Mat Collishaw presents a corrupted digital manipulation of Francis Bacon's 'Pope Innocent X', itself famously appropriated from a Velazquez original. Entitled 'The End of Innocence' and projected on a monumental scale, Collishaw's rendering of the iconic portrait presents a densely striated image, its forms constantly dissolving and reconstituting in the manner of the 'digital rain' popularised by the Matrix film trilogy.

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  17. House of Cards

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    An array of artists are joining Shelter in the 'House of Cards' campaign to raise awareness of the growing housing insecurity in the UK. The result will be a limited edition pack of playing cards, with each card representing a different artist's piece from the accompanying exhibition. Damien Hirst as the Ace of Hearts will be alongside David Bailey, Mat...
  18. 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...
  19. Video: Mat Collishaw - Deliverance

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    ZCZ Films, who gave us permission to post their short on Tim Noble & Sue Webster have kindly shared their film on Mat Collishaw discussing his work, Deliverance, which was exhibited at Spring Projects in 2008.
  20. 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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