Museum 52 is delighted to present ‘Works on Paper’. The exhibition showcases works that whilst differing in concept are unified by their medium. In its economy and simplicity paper allows the core of each artists work to become the focus. The simplicity of either the line, the print, the cut, or the collage, becomes both a conceptual mark and an intimate sign of the most immediate of processes - mark to paper. Often preparatory, never subsidiary, works on paper offer a view into the complexities of each artist’s practice.
Pierre Ardouvin has exhibited internationally to much acclaim, including shows at Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville, Paris; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Art Statements, Art Basel, Switzerland; Pompidou Centre, Paris and Fundacion Jumex, Mexico. He has a current solo
exhibition ‘La Fin du Monde’, at Villa du Parc, Annemasse, Geneva.
Kate Atkin graduated with distinction from the Royal College of Art and was listed by Art Review in the top twenty-five graduates of 2005. Her work is in a number of major international collections including The West Collection, Philadelphia, The UBS Art Collection and the British Council. Her upcoming shows include Alan Cristea Gallery, London and Light and Sie Gallery, Dallas.
Benjamin Degen has exhibited to much international acclaim, with exhibitions including group and solo exhibitions at Guild and Greyshkul, New York; Mary Boone, New York; White Columns, New York and P.S.1/MoMA, New York. His works are in many major international collections, including MOMA New York’s permanent collection.
Tom Gallant’s recent exhibitions include; Changing Role Gallery, Naples; BOYSCraft, Haifa Museum, Tel Aviv; Excess at the Angel Row Museum, Nottingham. Upcoming exhibitions include a major new commission for 'Slash: Paper Under the Knife', Museum of Arts and Design, New York, October 2009 - January 2010.
Kay Harwood graduated from the Royal Academy in 2004, received the Painter-Stainers Award and the Cheneviere Fellowship. Her work is in many major international collections, including Saatchi Collection, Lodeveans Collection and David Roberts Collection.
Philip Hausmeier received his MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2005. He has shown in Twenty to One, Canary Wharf; The Red Line at Whitfield Space, London; Museum 52, New York; alongside exhibitions in Germany, the Netherlands and Italy. His works are featured within several major international collections.
Valerie Hegarty has exhibited extensively in America, including P.S.1/MoMA, New York; The Sculpture Center, New York; MCA Chicago; Drawing Center, New York and the Bronx Museum of Art. She was the recipient of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant in 2004 and the Tiffany Foundation Grant in 2003.
Shara Hughes’ recent exhibitions include solo presentations at Museum 52, London; Rivington Arms, New York and Galerie Mikael Andersen, Copenhagen. Her work will feature in Unreal: Altered Perspectives In Painting at the Saatchi Gallery, London. Her work has received strong critical acclaim and is within many important international collections.
John Isaacs has exhibited extensively on an international level for fourteen years. Exhibitions include NeoFutur, Les Abattoirs, Musee d’art Moderne et Contemporain, Toulouse; Spectacular Bodies, Hayward Gallery, London; Century City, Tate Modern; Minimal Maximal, Kyoto National Museum of Art, Japan; The Uncanny, Tate Liverpool; Les Grandes Spectacles, Museum der
Moderne, Salzburg; Murdeme Collection, Serpentine Gallery, London.
Peter Macdonald, a winner in the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2005, exhibited with Museum 52 in Assemblage I, 2006 and Strange Attractors, 2008. Recent exhibitions include 'Topographica', The Turnpike Gallery, Greater Manchester; 10 Years of the Jerwood Drawing Prize (touring show) and 'Foreground, Background, Elementa, Dubai.
Stefan Sandner‘s recent exhibitions include a solo presentation at Art Statements, Art Basel 39, Switzerland; Nosbaum & Reding Art Contemporain, Luxembourg; a solo exhibition at Tiroler Landesmuseen Ferdinandeum, Innsbruck and Secession, Vienna. His work is within many major international public and private collections.
Frank Selby’s recent exhibitions include Galerie Jeanroachdard, Paris; Museum 52, New York and Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans. His works are within numerous international collections. He was the recipient of the residency in Monsanto, Portugal sponsored by the Centro Cultural Raiano.
Esther Stocker has exhibited to much international acclaim, with recent solo and group shows including MUMOK: Museum Moderner Kunst, Vienna; ‘Abstract Thought is a Warm Puppy’, CCNOA Brussels; ART SHEFFIELD 08: ‘Yes, No, Other Options’; Galerie Krobath Wimmer, Vienna and Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck. She was credited as ‘Newcomer of the Year’, by Charles Darwent, Independent on Sunday, January 09.
Kon Trubkovich’s shows include the Six Feet Under, Kunstmuseum, Bern; Among the Trees, New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, New Jersey; Uncertain States of America – American Video Art in the 3rd Millennium, curated by Birnbaum, Kvaran and Obrist; PS1/MoMA, New York; Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York and Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin.
Stephen Vitiello has performed at Tate Modern, London; the San Francisco Electronic Music Festival and The Kitchen, New York. Recent solo exhibitions include The Project, New York; Museum 52, London; DiverseWorks, Houston, TX; The Contemporary Art Centre of Virginia and Galerie Almine Rech, Paris. Recent group exhibitions include Marfa Sessions, Ballroom Marfa, Texas; Cohan and Leslie, New York; Organizing Chaos, P.S.1/MoMA, New York; the 2002 Whitney Biennial and Ce qui arrive at the Cartier Foundation, Paris.
Nick Waplington has exhibited internationally to great critical acclaim including a solo exhibition at The Whitechapel Gallery London; the Philadelphia Museum of Art; Venice Biennale (Arsenale and Italian Pavilion) 2001; Barbican, London; Photographer's Gallery, London and Maison de la Villette, Paris. Waplington is currently working on four new publications.