This Summer Cornwall’s Eden Project has unveiled new permanent sculptural works by Julian Opie and Ryan Gander installed in the grounds. This tops up the collection which already includes works by Tim Shaw, El Anatsui, Studio Swine and Peter Randall-Page.
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Sculpture in the City, the City of London’s annual public art programme set amongst some of London’s most iconic architectural landmarks, launches on 27 June including works by Paul McCarthy,Martin Creed and Ryan Gander.
The 2017 New Years Honours list has given a resounding seal of approval to the Visual Arts this year. The List has reflected the contribution the Visual Arts sector has undertaken and its considerable cultural accomplishments. Artists Chris Ofili CBE, Patrick Brill OBE (AKA Bob & Roberta Smith) and Ryan Gander OBE were honoured with these noblest accolades.
Sixteen well know artists with an East Anglian connection will reveal elements from their creative process that would otherwise remain unseen by the public alongside a finished artwork. The exhibition will provide an invaluable insight into each artist’s working mythology, exposing various clues and elements integral to the creation of a final artwork. This will be presented at The Waterfront Gallery, UCS, Ipswich in Suffolk. […]
Ryan Gander returns for a third time to Lisson Gallery with Fieldwork 2015, an exhibition of interlinking new works by the artist, each offering a glimpse of the inspirations that feed his practice. Encompassing everything including a kitchen sink, the exhibition presents an individuated encyclopaedia that includes a year’s worth of skies, the clothes of […]
This year’s 2014 Art Basel Miami Beach will feature artists, museum directors, collectors, and curators, Art Basel’s series of talks in Miami Beach will offer intimate dialogues between prominent members of the international art world. Participants this year will include Marina Abramović, Nicholas Baume, Lynda Benglis, Klaus Biesenbach, Claire Bishop, Simon de Pury, Liu Ding, […]
‘Dad’s Halo Effect’ will be a major new public sculpture in East Manchester by renowned contemporary artist Ryan Gander. Installed as the centrepiece to the Beswick community hub regeneration project in East of the city, this work will be based on an idea described to Gander by his father. Dad’s Halo Effect will be composed […]
Castlefield Gallery was last week delighted to announce, during the launch of their latest exhibition, that the critically acclaimed British artist, Ryan Gander is set to become a Patron of Castlefield Gallery. The announcement was made at Thursday night’s packed public preview of the gallery’s annual Head to Head exhibition; I Would Like to Join […]
The Manchester Art Gallery is currently presenting ‘Make Every Show Like It’s Your Last’, a major new exhibition of work by the British artist, Ryan Gander. At the heart of the exhibition lies the concept of the imagination. Focusing on two recent themes in Gander’s practice, ‘Imagineering’ and the ‘Culturefield’, the exhibition will bring together […]
For over a decade, the contemporary British artist Ryan Gander has been passionate about the work and persona of the Hungarian-born Brutalist architect Erno Goldfinger. In fact he has not only written a book on the master (The Boy Who Always Looked Up) but has also created a radio play, from the book which was […]
Ryan Gander has often chosen intriguing environments over traditional galleries to exhibit his work. His 2011 ‘Locked Room Scenario’ installation, created for Artangel was immediately unnerving. Having been ushered through the gates of a Hoxton warehouse (by appointment only) Gander, often described as a storyteller, cast the viewer in the lead role, and obliged them […]
OTHER ARTISTS INCLUDE:: GLENN BROWN, MAY CORNET, BENEDICT DREW, ROGER ENO, MARK FULLER, MAGGI HAMBLING, SCOTT KING, ABIGAIL LANE, SIMON LIDDIMENT, EMILY RICHARDSON, JULIAN SIMMONS, CALLY SPOONER, JUERGEN TELLER AND CERITH WYN EVANS SNAP was launched in June 2011 as part of the Aldeburgh Festival’s visual arts programme. Based at the home of Aldeburgh Music […]
Lisson Gallery is presenting The Magic of the State, an exhibition and editorial project conceived in collaboration with Beirut, a new art initiative and exhibition space in Cairo, Egypt. Curated by Silvia Sgualdini of Lisson Gallery, in conjunction with Jens Maier-Rothe and Sarah Rifky, co-directors of Beirut, the project defines an ambitious platform for artistic […]
Helen Nisbit, Art Consultant at the Contemporary Art Society has announced the shortlist for a new sculpture commission to replace the stolen Hepworth bronze, taken from Dulwich Park in December 2011. The work, one of six casts titled Two Forms (Divided Circle) made in 1969, was acquired by the Greater London council in 1970 and […]
A new Ryan Gander exhibition tis o take place at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, this autumn from 28 September 2012 to 7 January 2013. This is part of the Palais de Tokyo’s recurring programme Bibliothèques d’artiste, which invites artists to display the implicit connections in their mental universe. Gander, whose current exhibition continues at […]
ArtLyst Review – Ryan Gander is going places. For such a young artist (Gander is only 35), he has produced an impressively expansive body of work that is as intellectually rich as it is varied. And that is just one of the reasons why we like him.Renouned for his strong work ethic, Gander famously never […]
The Fallout of Living, is a new exhibition of work by Ryan Gander at the Lisson Gallery. This is his second solo exhibition mounted at this prestigious London gallery, who sport an impressive roster of artists including: Ai Weiwei, Anish Kapoor, Tony Cragg and Julian Opie. Gander continues to explore layered systems of meaning through […]
ArtLyst catches up with Ryan Gander in the year that looks to be his for the taking; and gets the EXCLUSIVE lowdown on his new foray into curation – ‘YBA II’ 1) Could you briefly explain the idea behind the YBA II exhibition? To collect together a load of brilliant artists who happen to be […]
2011 has been a spectacular year for art exhibitions: here are ArtLyst’s Top 11 (top 10’s are so passé) in alphabetical order: 1) Tracey Emin: Love is What You Want @ Hayward Gallery This major survey of the work of one of the Britains best known names in Contemporary art was bold, well executed and daring. […]
Functional Disorder And Really Shiny Things That Don’t Mean Anything Warsaw City Council and the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw has devoted a new prime space to public art. The collective initiative of “The New Place Project” (the Tribune), is the answer to the growing interest in quality fine art commissions for public spaces […]
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 […]
British Artist Ryan Gander (b. 1976, Chester,) has mounted a new installation at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. From October 1, 2010, to January 9, 2011. The work, part of the ‘Intervals’ series presents Gander in the third instalment of its contemporary art series designed to reflect the zeitgeist of today’s most […]