Keith Farquhar

Grey @ Brand New Gallery, Jan 14 – Feb 20

13 January 2016

Brand New Gallery in Milan presents group exhibition, Grey, opening January 14 and running to February 20.

The exhibition title can be spoken about in many terms, and the press release for this show makes a list. As a colour it contains both black and white. It is neutral – and not white. If an object is at first grey, the human eye can apparently recognise it in many different colours thereafter. It is objective. The brain is grey matter. Grey is the colour of Kansas and Dorothy’s red shoes in the Wizard of Oz. Actually, grey is pretty open.

Curated by Domenico de Chirico, artists: Keith Farquhar, Jesse DarlingMartin Erik Andersen, Chris BradleyAnders Holen, Daniel Keller, Yves Scherer will share the space in response to ‘grey‘.

See the Brand New Gallery website for more details**


Jesse Darling + Takeshi Shiomitsu, Same Same (2014) @ CAC41N:41E install view. 'Flag'. Courtesy the artists.
Jesse Darling + Takeshi Shiomitsu, Same Same (2014) @ CAC41N:41E install view. ‘Flag’. Courtesy the artists.

Header image: Keith Farquhar, ‘Woolmark #6’ (2015). Courtesy Brand New Gallery, Milan.

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Piper Keys / Life Gallery / The Duck @ [ space ], Feb 7 – Apr 5

6 February 2015

London’s [ space ] gallery is bringing three consecutive exhibitions by artist-run spaces this month – Piper Keys and Life Gallery, and Berlin’s The Duck – running from February 7 to April 5.

Each gallery will present a two-week long show in [ space ]’s Annexe gallery, kicking off with Piper Keys, who brings a three-artist group show with Roger Ackling, Keith Farquhar and Lucy Stein, running from February 7 to February 22.

Almost as soon as Piper Keys’ show wraps up, Life Gallery takes over the space with There’s No Space in Space, a group show with Morag Keil, Caspar Heinemann and Kimmo Modig, running from February 26 to March 15, followed by Berlin’s The Duck, which will host a larger group show titled ‚dm‘,  with artists Hélène Fauquet, Nik Geene, Stuart Middleton, Naomi Pearce, Eidflo, Ellie de Verdier, Ryan Siegan Smith, and Veit Laurent Kurz, and running from March 19 to April 5.

See the [ space ] exhibition page for details. **

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