14 December 2015

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Fiona Banner: Every Word Unmade To Feature At DRAF London

Study #13 looks in depth at the work Every Word Unmade: a series of 26 metre-high neon letters, together comprising an upper-case alphabet, hand made by artist Fiona Banner in 2007. This first presentation of Every Word Unmade in London is accompanied by a selection of Banner’s works using light and language. Image: Fiona Banner, […]

18 August 2015

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Fiona Banner: New Exhibition To Open At Frith Street Gallery

Fiona Banner’s font is an amalgamation of typefaces she has worked with previously, through full stop sculptures and typeset and published works: It’s a family tree arrangement where the child of Avant Garde and Courier mates with Peanuts and Didot’s child. Bookman and Onyx mate; their child mates with Capitalist and Klang’s offspring – the […]

5 August 2015

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Comprehensive Fiona Banner Exhibition For Ikon Gallery Birmingham

SCROLL DOWN AND KEEP SCROLLING is the most comprehensive exhibition of Fiona Banner’s work to date, re-presenting key early projects alongside recent and unseen works that span a period of 25 years. “It is not a survey – more of an anti-survey,” says the artist, “A survey suggests something objective, historical, and fixed. This is […]

6 November 2014

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Fiona Banner Curates Rarely Seen V-A-C collection Works At The Whitechapel

Fiona Banner chooses rarely seen works from the V-A-C collection by artists including Gerhard Richter, Richard Avedon, Claude Monet and Sigmar Polke, to show at the Whitechapel Gallery from 9 December 2014. Highlights of the exhibition titled Stamp Out Photographie include Gerhard Richter’s Kerze (1982), a hyper realistic painting of a single, glowing candle famously […]

21 May 2014

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Fiona Banner Collaborates With London Based Archive of Modern Conflict

Fiona Banner is to  collaborate with the London-based Archive of Modern Conflict in a new project for PEER. Rather than delving into the archive to draw out, spotlight or re-contextualise specific material for special scrutiny, Banner has elected to commission a new body of work by award winning Magnum photographer Paolo Pellegrin who she briefed […]

19 April 2014

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Fiona Banner To Present Major New Work At Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Work by the Turner Prize nominee Fiona Banner is to be presented at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park from 19 July 2014. It will feature an ambitious new project, Chinook. The installation, accompanied by related work, is described by the artist as the culmination of a body of work started nearly two decades ago. Wp Wp […]

22 August 2012

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Merge Art Festival Set To Ignite Bankside This Autumn

MERGE, London’s annual arts, music and performance festival is celebrating the contemporary culture and rich heritage of Bankside. It returns to London’s dynamic cultural and business district between 19 September and 21 October 2012. For one month only this Autumn, the river walkway near Tate Modern, an air raid shelter, a tiny Welsh chapel, an […]

12 January 2012

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Leading Artists Converge On The Thames In 2012

‘A Room for London’ showcases international writers, musicians and artists Artangel welcome to London leading artists of all disciplines for an extraordinary year of new writings, readings, performance, podcasts and live music webcasts from the capital’s most intimate temporary venue. From Bogotá to Toronto and Cairo, Bamako to Frankfurt, New York to Stockholm, these world-renowned […]

10 June 2011

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Louis Vuitton Launches New Website For Young Artists

Louis Vuitton in partnership with London art institutions the Whitechapel Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts and Tate Britain, have launched REcreative. It’s a new website where emerging artists can post their work and learn how more established creatives start their careers. The website is for arts events and exhibitions through exclusive online content. Users can […]