Ed Atkins
 
May You Live In Interesting Times
Curated by Ralph Rugoff
Venice, Italy
11 May –  24 November 2019
 
 
The Assembled Human
Museum Folkwang, Essen
8 November 2019 – 15 March 2020
 
 
Forthcoming Publication
 
 
 
Old Food
Published by Fitzcaraldo Editions
28 November 2019

 


Marc Camille Chaimowicz

Pattern, Crime and Decoration
Consortium Dijon
16 May - 20 October 2019
 

 
Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda
Shishedo Gallery, Tokyo
18 October - 22 December 2019
 

 

Jana Euler

 

 
John Knight
 





Mark Leckey

Tate Britain, London
24 September 2019 – 5 January 2020
 

Danny McDonald

Fire Sale on Earth
Ordet Milan
27 September – 23 November 2019
 

Lucy McKenzie

Slow Painting
A Hayward Touring exhibiton
Leeds Art Gallery 25 October – 12 January 2020
The Levinsky Gallery, The Arts Institute - University of Plymouth 25 January –  29 March 2020
The Edge, University of Bath and Bath Spa School of Art and Design 10 April – 6 June 2020
Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, and Thurso Art Gallery 24 July  –  3 October 2020
 

Henrik Olesen

Henrik Olesen
Reiner Sofia, Madrid
26 June - 21 October, 2019 

 




James Richards

 
Time, Forward!
V-A-C Foundation, Venice, Italy
11 May - 20 October 2019
 
 
 
Migratory Motor Complex
Collective, Edinburgh
26 July — 20 October 2019  
 
 

 
 
Lily van der Stokker
 
 


Gili Tal

 
 
 

Simon Thompson

 



 
Wu Tsang

Luogo e Segni
at Punta della Dogana, Venice, Italy
24 March – 15 December 2019


Wu Tsang
There is no nonviolent way to look at somebody
Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin
4 September 2019 to 12 January 2020
 
 
 
Wu Tsang
We hold where study
2017
MoMA, New York, Floor 2, 213

 



 
Antonin Artaud
Van Gogh the man suicided by society
Translated by Paul Buck & Catherine Petit 
Published by Vauxhall&Company, 2019 
Softback, 80pp, 185 x 131 mm
ISBN 978-0-9928355-5-2
£12.00

Apropos of Van Gogh, magic and spells: all the people who, for two months now, went to see the exhibition of his works at the Musée de l’Orangerie, are they really sure they remember everything they did and all that happened to them every evening of the months of February, March, April and May 1946? Was there not a certain evening when the atmosphere of the air and the streets became liquid, gelatinous, unstable, and when the light from the stars and the heavenly vault disappeared?
And Van Gogh who painted the café in Arles was not there. But I was in Rodez, which means, still on earth, while all the residents of Paris must have felt, for one night, very close to leaving it.


A new English language translation and the first time this essay has been available as a single publication.

The book can be ordered either from our AbeBooks account or by emailing art@cabinetltd.demon.co.uk
 



COSEY FANNI TUTTI
announces the release of her second solo album

TUTTI

Released Worldwide by Conspiracy International TUTTI is comprised of eight soundscapes: an audio self portrait comprising of manipulated sound recordings from Cosey’s life, music and art: “It’s the only album I’ve made that is an all encompassing statement expressing the totality of my being. A sense of the past in relation to the present and everything in between.”
Available on Blue Vinyl or Gatefold CD the physical releases feature silver block-foil embossed covers and the vinyl release include printed inner sleeve and download code.

Vinyl & CD
(Physical)
iTunes
(Digital + Streaming)
Bleep
(CD + Vinyl + Digital)
Boomkat
(CD + Vinyl + Digital)
MORE INFO

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TUTTI TRACK LISTING:
Tutti
Drone
Moe
Sophic Ripple
Split
Heliy
En
Orenda