2017

Group Exhibitions

Drawing Biennial 2017

Drawing Room, London, UK

Exhibition:
2 March – 26 April

Online Auction:
12 April, 10am - 26 April, 9pm

Featuring over 200 new and recent works on paper by established and emerging artists, Drawing Biennial 2017 offers fresh insights into the most exciting currents in contemporary art today. Artists have been selected by Drawing Room directors Mary Doyle, Kate Macfarlane and Katharine Stout, with additional nominations by a panel of leading international artists, museum directors, curators and collectors. For further information about the exhibition, and to bid in the online auction, please see the Drawing Room website.

World Political (Europe), ink on paper, 2017 (View Zoom)

2016

Talks & Events

Krajina v pozoru

Jan Evangelista Purkyn University, Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic

19 October 2016

This interdisciplinary conference is organised by The Faculty of Art and Design at JEPU to coinside with the exhibition Epiphany – Frontiers of Solitude, organized by the House of Arts.

Both the conference and the exhibition loosely follow the topics of the international project Frontiers of Solitude, organized by Školská 28 Gallery in Prague.

Speakers include: Vladimír Bruna, Michaela Hrubá, Vladimír Burt, Tomáš Pavlícek, Iva Rittschelová, Miloš Vojtchovský, Jirí Zemánek, Layla Curtis, Paul Chayne & Peter Cusack. Layla Curtis will present Antipodes.

Antipodes, internet based artwork, 2013, www.antipodes.uk.com

Group Exhibitions

Change & Interchange: Landscape | Environment

Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University

10 October - 12 December 

The Change & Interchange programme of events at Peter Scott Gallery includes an Artist Talk series, established in partnership with Lancaster University’s Fine Art Department. Participating speakers are invited show their work as part of the Change & Interchange exhibition.

Eight artists will explore the spaces we live, work, protest and play in, and the complex nexus of industry, tourism and economics within which our relationships to natural and urban environments are produced. 

Artists include: Layla Curtis, Maddi Nicholson, Stuart Bastik, Rebecca Chesney, Simone Kenyon & Stephanie Fletcher

Trespass, an app for iphone, 2015

Group Exhibitions

Epiphany - Frontiers of Solitude

DUUL, Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic

7 September - 22 October 

Curated by Miloš Vojtechovský
and Dagmar Šubrtová 

Epiphany – Frontiers of Solitude, studies modern civilisation's relationship with the earth; a physical terrain which we are progressively seeking to exploit, re-mould and re-imagine. Online artwork Antipodes is Included in the exhibition.

Artists: Layla Curtis, Paul Chaney, JSD, Michal Kindernay, Elvar Már Kjartansson, Josef Koudelka, Julia Martin, Pavel Mrkus, Vladimír Turner, Steina Vasulka, Robert Vlasak and Martin Zet

For further information please see www.frontiers-of-solitude.org

 

Antipodes (Bombinhas, Brazil / Nago, Japan), 2013, digital C-Type print on aluminium

Reviews

What the battle for Freeman's Wood says about the future of our common land

Bradley L Garrett, Guardian Cities

10 February 2016

Place-hacker, social and cultural geographer and explorer Bradley L. Garret visited Freeman's Wood with artist Layla Curtis to try out Trespass App.

Following his visit he wrote an article about Freeman's Wood for Guardian Cities in which he discusses Trespass app, along with thoughts about land ownership, private property and the future of common land.

2015

Reviews

North-West Round-up

Bob Dickinson, Art Monthly

November 2015

p31-32

Talks & Events

Layla Curtis in conversation with Andrew Brown

The Gallery, Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle, UK

23 September 2015 from 6.30pm

An evening hosted by Andrew Brown, founder and publisher of Art / Books, in which Great North Run Culture commisioned artist Layla Curtis will talk about the inspiration and techniques behind her new moving image exhibition Heatscapes

For more information and booking please see: http://bit.ly/1Jeferm

Heatscapes, video (still), 2015

Solo Exhibitions

Heatscapes

The Gallery, Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle, UK

10 September - 4 October

Filmed entirely using thermal imaging cameras at last year’s Great North Run, Heatscapes is a series of short films that trace the race participants' journeys across the cityscape. The cameras make visible the glowing heat generated by the runners' bodies during their training, warm up and the race itself, and reveal the temporary heat prints transferred from the runners onto the urban fabric as they move through the city.

Heatscapes will premiere at The Gallery, Tyneside Cinema - the artist has concieved a multi-screen installation specifically for the space. Heatscapes is a Great North Run Culture Moving Image Commission.

 

Heatscapes, video (still), 2015

Group Exhibitions

Relational Geographies

UAL Showroom, London, UK

13 July – 18 October 

Curated by Camilla Palestra

Relational Geographies brings together emerging and established UAL alumni and graduates whose work explores relationships between time, distance, geography, measurement and movement. Comprising a variety of media, including video, photography, installation, performance, textile design and architecture, the exhibition becomes a space for the artists to rethink and understand the relationship between art and landscape. 

 

London Index Drawing (p82-83), ink on tracing paper, 2015 (View Zoom)

Reviews

Breaking down barriers: artist’s app invites public to ‘trespass’

Jack Hutchinson, a-n news

July 2015

To read full article please see: 
www.a-n.co.uk/news

Essays

Creative Commons

Essay by Andrew Brown

Essay by Andrew Brown commissioned to accompany app for iphone Trespass

Click here to view this essay as a PDF

Group Exhibitions

Imagining a University, Fifty Years of The University of Warwick Art Collection

Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, UK

29 April – 20 Jun 

The fiftieth anniversary of the University of Warwick also marks the fiftieth anniversary of its Art Collection. This exhibition examines how the forces that shaped the University also influenced the development of the collection.

The exhibition will include the work of over 100 artists including Hurvin Anderson, Claire Barclay, Jack Bush, Layla Curtis, Terry Frost, Tess Jaray, Patrick Heron, Richard Long, Francis Morland, Yoko Ono, Eduardo Paolozzi, Fiona Rae, Anne Redpath and Andy Warhol.

A publication accompanies the exhibition.

A Familiar Place, collaged British road maps, 2000

Group Exhibitions

Drawing Biennial 2015

Drawing Room, London, UK

Exhibition: 5 March - 30 April
Auction: 16 April - 30 April  

Featuring over 200 new and recent works on paper by established and emerging artists, Drawing Biennial 2015 offers fresh insights into the most exciting currents in contemporary art today.

Artists have been selected by Drawing Room directors Mary Doyle, Kate Macfarlane and Katharine Stout, with additional nominations by a panel of leading international artists, museum directors, curators and collectors.

For further information about the exhibition, and to bid in the online auction, please see the Drawing Room website.

London Index Drawing (p101), ink on tracing paper, 2015 (View Zoom)

Group Exhibitions

Landscapes of Exploration

The Gallery, AUB, Bournemouth, UK

8 January - 18 February

Ten visual artists, one musician and three writers undertook residencies in the Antarctic between 2001 and 2009, under the auspices of the British Antarctic Survey, supported by Arts Council England. This exhibition brings together the diverse range of work produced by those participating in the residencies.

Exhibition includes: Anne Brodie, Melanie Challenger, Layla Curtis, Chris Dobrowolski, Chris Drury, Simon Faithfull, Neville Gabie, Keith Grant, Philip Hughes, John Kelly, Jon McGregor, Jean McNeil, Craig Vear and David Wheeler.

This exhibition was first shown at Peninsula Arts, Plymouth, in 2012.

Polar Wandering (Thatcher Drive), 2006

2014

Publications & Catalogues

Art & Ecology Now

Andrew Brown

Publisher: Thames & Hudson

Board covered paperback
26.50 x 22.00 cm
256 pages 
343 Illustrations, 338 in colour 
ISBN 9780500239162

This accessible and thought-provoking book is the first in-depth exploration of the ways in which contemporary artists are confronting nature, the environment, climate change and ecology. 

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Group Exhibitions

Bridge

Museum of London Docklands, London, UK

27 June - 2 November 2014

A large pigment print taken from Layla Curtis' ten-part collage The Thames (from London Bridge, Arizona to Sheerness Canada) is included in the exhibition Bridge at the Museum of London Docklands. 

Drawing on the museum’s significant art collections, the exhibition will feature rarely seen contemporary and historical artworks, alongside photography and film to consider the significance of bridges within London’s landscape. Artist's include Layla Curtis, Suki Chan, Lucinda Grange, Carey Young and William Raban.

Related information: To coincide with the exhibition a limited edition print has been published.

Essays

Local Time: Antipodes by Layla Curtis

Essay by Patrick Langley

Essay commissioned by: Film & Video Umbrella to accompany online artwork Antipodes www.antipodes.uk.com

2013

Solo Exhibitions

Antipodes

Cube Gallery, Phoenix, Leicester, UK

18 October - 21 December 2013

This second gallery staging of the online artwork Antipodes features a new series of time-lapse videos created from the continuous flow of images so far captured by the project website. Also included is an installation of webcams streaming live images from opposite ends of the globe and new drawings depicting antipodal geographies.

Antipodes launched on the Northward Equinox 2013 and will run for a period of one year: www.antipodes.uk.com

Related information: 
Film & Video Umbrella press release

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Antipodes, 2013, 10 paired wall-mounted monitors with live webcam feeds

Talks & Events

Artist's Talk

Government Art Collection, London, UK

Tuesday 15 October 2013
6.30-8.30pm 

Layla Curtis discusses her online artwork Antipodes at an event hosted by The Government Art Collection as part of Ada Lovelace Day; a celebration of women in science, technology, engineering and maths. This event will also include a talk by artist Natalie Dower.

The event is free but places are limited so reservation is essential.

For more information and to book tickets please visit the Government Art Collection website

Antipodes (Spain, New Zealand), online and photographic work, 2013

Group Exhibitions

Landscapes of Exploration

Ruskin Gallery & Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge, UK

3 October - 16 November 2013 
Scott Polar Research Institute
3 - 24 October 2013
Ruskin Gallery, Anglia Ruskin University

Ten visual artists, one musician and three writers undertook residencies in the Antarctic between 2001-2009, as part of the British Antarctic Survey's Artists and Writers Program. This exhibition brings together the work that resulted from their various investigations, offering an opportunity to reflect upon the very different subject matter, media and artistic responses evident in the range of work produced.

Artists: Anne Brodie, Layla Curtis, Chris Drury, Simon Faithful, Neville Gabie, David Wheeler

Crevasse, (production photograph), 2006

Reviews

Layla Curtis: Antipodes, Spacex, Exeter

David Trigg, Art Monthly

July - August 2013

pages 31 - 32

Solo Exhibitions

Layla Curtis

Spacex, Exeter, UK

18 May - 13 July 2013

British artist Layla Curtis presents a solo exhibition including a new online and photographic work Antipodes (2013) and her immersive video and sound installation Tong Tana (2012)

Antipodes pairs webcam images from places on opposite sides of the globe. As far away from each other as it is possible to be, these distant ‘twins’ have obvious day/night, summer/winter contrasts but also surprising affinities. Antipodes will run for a period of a year, launching on spring equinox 2013. www.antipodes.uk.com

Antipodes is commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella, in association with Spacex. Supported by Arts Council England.


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Antipodes, 2013, installation view

Publications & Catalogues

Witnessing the Wilderness

Text by Leigh Markopoulos

Publisher: Camberwell Press

Publication comprises of 6 folded A3 sheets with essay by Leigh Markopoulos

Published to accompany the exhibition Witnessing the Wilderness at Wimbledon Space, London, UK

Group Exhibitions

Witnessing the Wilderness

Wimbledon Space, London, UK

19 April - 17 May 2013

Curated by Ian Brown and Geraint Evants

Artists: Aleksandra Mir, Dan Hays, George Shaw, Geraint Evans, Helen Sear, Ian Brown, James Ireland, Jacques Nimki, John Wood and Paul Harrison, Layla Curtis, Marko Maetamm, Simon Faithfull

Related publication: Witnessing the Wilderness - Call of the Wild

 

Group Exhibitions

Drawing 2013

Drawing Room, London, UK

18 April - 15 May 2013

Silent Auction Event: 
6pm - 9pm 15 May 2013 

Over 180 new drawings donated by established and emerging artists in support of the Drawing Room programme and its non-profit activities.

To view work in the auction, or to bid online, please visit: 

http://drawingroom.org.uk/exhibitions/drawing-biennial-2013

 

London Index Drawing (Bermondsey), 2013, Ink on tracing paper

Reviews

Revolver, Matt's Gallery, London

Colin Perry

March 2013
Vol. 153

page 160

2012

Reviews

Revolver Part 1

Rosalie Doubal, Time Out

20 - 26 September 2012

Group Exhibitions

Thresholds

Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK

15 September 20127 April 2013

Thresholds questions the uncertain boundaries of personal, geographical, political and cultural identities. The exhibition explores powerful themes including British identity, migration and the global effects of regional conflicts. 

Thresholds displays works from the Tate collection.

Artists featured in the exhibition include: Hurvin Anderson, Keith Arnatt, Kadar Attia, Sophie Calle, Layla Curtis, Jimmie Durham, Peter Fischli, David Weiss, Gilbert & George, Simryn Gill, Thomas Hirschhorn, William Kentridge, George Shaw, Mark Titchner and Mark Wallinger.

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Image courtesy Tate photography

Group Exhibitions

Revolver

Matt's Gallery, London, UK

5 - 23 September 2012

A curatorial collaboration between Richard Grayson and Robin Klassnik.

Part 1: Layla Curtis | Andrew Kötting | Juneau Projects

Layla Curtis will present new video work Tong Tana as part of the Revolver series of short exhibitions at Matt's Gallery.

Artists participating in Revolver are: Anna Barham, William Cobbing, Layla Curtis, Benedict Drew, Graham Gussin, Juneau Projects, Tina Keane, Andrew Kötting, Rachel Lowe, and Tai Shani.

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Tong Tana, 2012, high definition video projection with binaural sound (installation view)

Publications & Catalogues

Flight and the Artistic Imagination

Edited by Sam Smiles

Publisher: Paul Holberton Publishng

Paperback
96 pages
ISBN: 978 1 907372 37 7

Flight and the Artistic imagination explores the instinctive human desire to fly. It shows how artists have represented the experience of flight, in both fact and fantasy. 

Through an intriguing combination of paintings, sculpture, photographs, drawings, prints and video, including works by Leonardo da Vinci, Francisco Jose de Goya y Lucientes, Paul Nash, Peter Lanyon and Mark Wallinger, the reader will be provided with a unique overview of artists' creative responses to flight.

Group Exhibitions

Flight and the Artistic Imagination

Compton Verney, Warwickshire, UK

29 June - 30 September 2012

This major exhibition explores the instinctive human desire to fly from the classical era to the modern day. Starting with the imaginations of Leonardo da Vinci and Francisco Goya and ending with space travel, satellite images and everyday air travel, it promises to be an exciting exploration of creative responses to flight.

Flight and the Artistic Imagination includes paintings, sculpture, photographs, drawings, prints and video, by artists such as Henri Matisse, Paul Nash, Peter Lanyon, Hiraki Sawa and Layla Curtis.

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Sky Drawings (Night, Day), 2006, two channel video installation

Publications & Catalogues

Hyperdrawing: Beyond the Lines of Contemporary Art

Edited by Russell Marshall & Phil Sawdon

Publisher: I.B.Tauris 

Paperback
128 pages
ISBN-10: 1780762542
ISBN-13: 978-1780762548

In this book authors and artists come together to explore the potential of what drawing in contemporary art theory and practice might become. Four essays and images from 33 international artists collectively explore the boundaries of the Hyperdrawing space, investigating in essence what lies beyond drawing – images that use traditional materials or subjects whilst also pushing beyond the traditional, employing sound, light, time, space and technology

Publications & Catalogues

Spatialities: The Geographies of Art and Architecture

Edited by Judith Rugg & Craig Martin

Publisher: Intellect

Paperback
192 pages
ISBN-10: 1841504688
ISBN-13: 978-1841504681

This collection of essays proposes 'spatialities' as a conceptual environment in which to consider the increasingly evolving concept of the spatial. It brings together artists, geographers, architects and cultural theorists to explore its critical inter-relationships and its relevance to contemporary practice and theory.

Publications & Catalogues

A Parliament of Lines

Edited by Euan Gray & David Patterson

Publisher: The City of Edinburgh Museums and Galleries

Essays by: Charles Esche, Murdo MacDonald and Gavin Morrison 

Hardback
94 pages
ISBN: 978-1-870789-06-6 

Published to accompany the exhibition A Parliament of Lines at City Art Centre, Edinburgh

Group Exhibitions

A Parliament of Lines

City Art Centre, Edinburgh, UK

5 May - 8 July 2012

Touring to Pier Arts Centre, Orkney, UK and RMIT, Melbourne, Australia

Curated by Euan Gray

A Parliament of Lines will exhibit the work of fifteen contemporary artists who use drawing as an important element in their practice.

Artists: Charles Avery, Paul Chiappe, Layla Curtis, Nathalie De Briey, Moyna Flannigan, Luca Frei, Euan Gray, Sam Griffin, Marie Harnett, Callum Innes, Alan Johnston, Andrew MacKenzie, David Shrigley, Graeme Todd and Ainslie Yule.

Related publication: A Parliament of Lines published by City of Edinburgh Museums and Galleries

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Pier Arts Centre, Orkney, UK (installation view)

Publications & Catalogues

Landscapes of Exploration

Edited by Liz Wells

Publisher: University of Plymouth Press

Hardback
128 pages
ISBN: 978-1-84102-301-4

Ten visual artists, one musician and three writers visited the Antarctic between 2001 and 2009 under the auspices of the British Antarctic Survey, supported by Arts Council England. This publication brings together imagery resulting from their residencies. Ranging from painting and print-making to sound, fiction, poetry and video art, this collection also includes two essays reflecting on visions and experiences of Antarctica.

Published to accompany the exhibition Landscapes of Exploration

Group Exhibitions

Unknown Fields, Recent British Drawings

Trinity Contemporary, London UK

11 February - 24 March 2012 

Artists: Kate Atkin, Sian Bowen, James Brooks, Annie Cattrell, Layla Curtis, Jane Dixon, Juliet Haysom, Claude Heath, Emma McNally, Frances Richardson, Alison Turnbull, Alison Wilding, Simon Woolham 

Group Exhibitions

Landscapes of Exploration

Peninsula Arts, University of Plymouth, UK

11 February – 31 March 2012

Ten visual artists, one musician and three writers undertook residencies in the Antarctic between 2001 and 2009, under the auspices of the British Antarctic Survey, supported by Arts Council England. This exhibition will bring together for the first time art resulting from the various artistic investigations, offering an opportunity to reflect upon the very different subject matter, media and responses evident in the range of work produced. 

Contributors: Anne Brodie, Melanie Challenger, Layla Curtis, Chris Dobrowolski, Chris Drury, Simon Faithfull, Neville Gable, Keith Grant, Philip Hughes, John Kelly, Jon McGregor,  Jean McNeil, Craig Vear and David Wheeler

 

Horizon (Port, Starboard), 2006, two channel video projection

2011

Group Exhibitions

Emblem of My Work

Shandy Hall, Coxwold, York, UK

9 September - 31 October 2011

To celebrate the 250th anniversary of Laurence Sterne's marbled page, which Sterne described as 'the motly emblem of my work', 169 artists and writers were invited to design the Emblem of their own work. Each contributor has generously donated the result to raise funds for the Laurence Sterne Trust.

Contributors include: Jordan Baseman, Quentin Blake, Russell Crotty, Layla Curtis, Alec Finlay, Andrew Kotting, Iain Sinclair, Alison Turnbull, Craig Vear, Mark Wallinger and Richard Wentworth

To view work in auction please visit: 
emblemofmywork169.blogspot.com

Related press: The Observer

Talks & Events

Environmental Dialogues

Filmhouse Cinema, Edinburgh, UK

11 July 2011 - 6pm 

Layla Curtis will present Polar Wandering - an interactive web-based work created during her Arts Council England International Fellowship to Antarctica with the British Antarctic survey in 2005/6. 

The talk will follow a screening of the 1920 documentary film South which follows the story of Sir Ernest Shackleton's Antarctic expedition of 1914-1916.

Environmental Dialogues is programmed by CORE as part of a citywide event to coincide with the11th International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences held in Edinburgh, Scotland 10-16th July 2011. www.filmhousecinema.com

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Polar Wandering (South Georgia), 2006

Group Exhibitions

Cult of the Difficult

The Cass Gallery, London, UK

11 May - 3 June 2011

Artists: Langlands & Bell, Catherine Bertola, Layla Curtis, Jeremy Deller, Lothar Gotz, Andrew Grassie and Eva Weinmayr

 

Group Exhibitions

Drawing 2011

The Drawing Room, London UK

07 April - 18 May 2011

Silent Auction Event: 
18 May 2011, 6.30pm - 8.30pm

Over 180 new drawings donated by established and emerging artists in support of the Drawing Room programme and its non-profit activities.

To view work in the auction, or to bid online, please visit: http://www.drawingroom.org.uk

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Tidal Stream Drawing, (detail), Ink on paper, 2011

Group Exhibitions

State of Flux

Trinity Contemporary, New York, NY, USA

1–11 March 2011

Touring to Trinity Contemporary, London, UK

Artists: Kate Atkin, James Brooks, Layla Curtis, Juliet Haysom and Emma McNally

Lunar Globe Tracing No.1, Ink on tracing paper, 2011

Group Exhibitions

Aphasic Disturbance

Chelsea Space, London, UK

19 January - 19 February

Curated by Stephen Bury

Roman Jakobson’s seminal essay of 1956, ‘Two types of language and two types of aphasic disturbance’, is the starting point for this exploration of artists’ books and artists’ multiples.

Artists: John Baldessari, Fiona Banner, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Joseph Beuys, Christian Boltanski, Victor Burgin, Neil Cummings and Marisya Lewandowska, Layla Curtis, Douglas Huebler, Kenny Hunter, Anselm Kiefer, Sol LeWitt, Peter Liversidge, Aleksandra Mir, Dieter Roth, Leanne Shapton, Jane Simpson, Sarah Staton, Daniel Spoerri, and Yoko Terauchi

 

World Political, silk screen print, edition 80, 2001

2010

Talks & Events

Walking with the Penan

Talks on Art - Storey Gallery, Lancaster, UK

Tuesday 23 November 2010
7.30pm

Earlier this year, artist Layla Curtis spent four weeks trekking in the rainforests of Borneo* with the semi-nomadic Penan – one of the last surviving hunter-gatherer tribes in South-East Asia and acknowledged masters of tracking and hunting.  The aim was to obtain point of view (POV) video footage of a Penan hunter’s solo journey through dense jungle near Ba Jawi, one of Borneo’s last remaining pristine rainforest wildernesses. 

The artist will talk about her work in progress which attempts to capture a view of the forest from the perspective of the Penan who move incredibly fluidly, gracefully, swiftly and almost silently whilst navigating the tangled

jungle environment and tracking their prey. She will also discuss the Penan's unique visual tracking language, which uses a complex system of folded leaves and bent twigs to convery details of their journeys to other people in the forest.

The artist will also discuss two other works: her collection of films Traceurs: to trace, to draw, to go fast in which she uses a thermal imaging camera to make visible the heat traces left by parkour practitioners as they make their unique journeys across the city, and Polar Wandering, her interactive web based drawing charting her own personal journey to Antarctica.

* Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England

Talks & Events

Excess Baggage

BBC Radio 4

Saturday 17 July 2010
10am

Sandi Toksvig interviews Layla Curtis about her recent trip to a Penan community deep in the Borneo jungle where she used point of view cameras to film the journeys undertaken by the nomadic hunter gathers during a hunting trip in the forest.

Listen to interview on BBC Radio4's website

Curtis' research and development trip to Borneo was supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England

Group Exhibitions

Destination

Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre,
Coventry, UK

1 - 29 May 2010

Works from the University of Warwick Art Collection

Artists include: Jane Blackman, Mary Fedden, Hamish Fulton, Fay Godwin, Simon Lewty, Richard Long, Marcel Mouly, Anne Redpath and George Shaw.

Reviews

Critic's Choice

John Hurrell, Art Collector

Issue 52

pages 192 - 193

Publications & Catalogues

Exploring Site-Specific Art
Issues of Space and Internationalism

Judith Rugg

Publisher: I.B.Tauris 

Paperback
224 pages
ISBN: 9781848850644  

Judith Rugg takes up a range of site-specific artworks internationally located in countries ranging from China to France, Italy and the UK, Argentina and Canada to Australia, Poland and the Netherlands to explore the relationships between site-specific art and space set within its globalising contexts. 

 

2009

Talks & Events

Urban Cinematics

Crassh, University of Cambridge, UK

8 - 9 December 2009

Layla Curtis is a keynote speaker at Urban Cinematics - a two day conference exploring the use of cinema & the moving image as a way to investigate the phenomena, experience and narrative of cities.

Group Exhibitions

A Picture of Us?
Identity in British Art

Museums Sheffield: Graves Gallery

16 Sep - 5 Dec 2009

Following on from A Picture of You? in Spring 2009, and including selections from some of the artists featured in that exhibition, A Picture of Us? continues The Great British Art Debate at Museums Sheffield.

The exhibition features selections from Wayne Hemingway (designer and co-founder of Red or Ded), Kate Rusby (Mercury Prize-nominated musician), leading art collector, Anthony d’Offay, and artists including Lisa Cheung, Layla Curtis and Hew Locke.

Layla Curtis has been invited to chose a British art work from the Tate and Museums Shefield collections that she felt said something about her own identity.

The United Kingdom, collaged British road maps, 1999

Publications & Catalogues

Mapping New York

Editor Duncan McCorquodale

Publisher: Black Dog

Hardback
272 pages
216 b/w and colour ills
ISBN13: 978 1 906155 82 7

Following on from the success of Mapping London, Mapping New York is a richly illustrated survey of the urban and social history of New York City. From early woodblock engravings to the latest satellite images available of Manhattan, these maps show the intricate story of the development of one of the world’s most populous cities.

Group Exhibitions

In Between the Lines:
Recent British Drawings

Trinity Contemporary, London UK

25 June - 10 July 2009

Touring to Trinity Contemporary New York, NY, USA

Curated by Jeremy Cooper

Artists include: James Brooks, Layla Curtis, Adam Dant, Jane Dixon, Tracey Emin, Angus Fairhurst, Graham Gussin, Tim Head, Claude Heath, Louise Hopkins, Gary Hume, Michael Landy, David Musgrave, Kathy Prendergast, Frances Richardson, Gavin Turk, Alison Wilding and Simon Woolham 

Related catalogue: In Between the Lines: Recent British Drawings published by Trinity Contemporary

Central London Index Drawing, 2007

Publications & Catalogues

In Between the Lines:
Recent British Drawings

Essay by Catherine Lampert

Publisher: Trinity Contemporary

Softback
140 pages
Designed by Fraser Muggeridge studio

ISBN: 978-0-9562539-0-3

Published to accompany the exhibition In Between the Lines: Recent British Drawings curated by Jeremy Cooper

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Group Exhibitions

Pattern Recognition

The City Gallery, Leicester, UK

20 June - 24 October 2009

Artists include: Philip Allen, Layla Curtis, Penny Davis, Graham Dolphin, Gemma Holt, Bernard Leach, Roy Lichtenstein, Max Mosscrop, Eduardo Palozzi, Abigail Reynolds, Lucy Rie, Bridget Riley, Dieter Roth, Ed Ruscha, Conrad Shawcross, Robert Smithson, Alison Turnbull and Carey Young.

Hard Cash, Collaged USA topographical maps, 2003

Group Exhibitions

Drawing 2009,
Biennale Fundraiser

Drawing Room, London, UK

30 April - 20 May

Since 2003, over 500 established and emerging artists, from the UK and abroad, have donated a drawing made especially in support of The Drawing Room programme and its non-profit activities.

The drawings are exhibited for three weeks which culminates in a silent auction event on the last evening.

Group Exhibitions

A Picture of You?
Identity and British Art

Museums Sheffield: Graves Gallery,
Sheffield, UK

18 Feb - 2 May 2009

A Picture of You? is the first in a series of exhibitions at Museums Sheffield devoted to the exploration of identity and nationality through British art.

A Picture of You? is part of The Great British Art Debate, a four year collaboration with Tate Britain, Norfolk Museums & Archaeology Service and Tyne & Wear Museums, exploring what it means to be British in the run up to the 2012 Olympics.

Artists include: Layla Curtis, Gillian Wearing, Hew Locke and Grayson Perry

The United Kingdom, collaged British road maps, 1999

2008

Group Exhibitions

Actions: What You Can Do
With the City

Canadian Centre for Architecture,
Montréal, Canada

26 November 2008 - 19 April 2009

Touring to Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Featuring 99 actions that instigate positive change in contemporary cities around the world, the exhibition documents seemingly common activities such as walking, playing, recycling, and gardening that are pushed beyond their usual definition by the international architects, artists, and collectives featured in the exhibition.

Related publication: Actions: What You Can Do With the City

Further information: http://cca-actions.org/

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Turn Vault, video 2008

Publications & Catalogues

Actions: What You Can Do With the City

Edited by Giovanna Borasi
& Mirko Zardini

Co-publishers: SUN and Canadian Centre for Architecture 

Softback
240 pages
Colour illustrations 

ISBN: 978-0-920785-82-9
ISBN: 978-90-8506-7245 

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Actions: What You Can Do With the City

Talks & Events

Beyond Text:
The Artist's Diary Reinvented

Cochrane Theatre,London, UK

12 November 2008
6pm

Iain Sinclair, Brian Catling, Richard Grayson and Layla Curtis participate in an event that is part of late artist Ian Breakwell's AHRC fellowship project The Diary Reinvented. The project explores new multi-media forms of his hybrid diaristic work.

Group Exhibitions

Drawing

Madison Contemporary Art, London UK

30 October - 29 November 2008

Artists: James Brooks, Layla Curtis, Claude Heath, Maria Lalic and Jem Southam

Publications & Catalogues

Mapping England

Simon Foxell

Publisher: Black Dog
Editor: Blanche Craig

Hardback
288 pages
250 b/w and colour ills
29.0 x 24.0 cm
ISBN13: 978 1 906155 51 3

Mapping England shows, through a series of compelling maps, both historic and contemporary, how England has scrutinised itself, been seen by others and how it has recorded its ever-changing circumstances.

Cover image: Layla Curtis, Edit 2, 2000, collaged British road maps

Group Exhibitions

The Golden Record

Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, UK

25 July - 13 September 2008

Touring to The Collection, Lincoln, UK

Curated by Mel Brimfield

Comedians, artists and filmakers will come together this year at Edinburgh's Art and Fringe festivals to make content for a contemporary version of the Golden Record curated by Mel Brimfield in association with the Collective gallery, Pleasance Theatre, Go Faster Stripe and Battersea Arts Centre. 116 images will be produced by artists to correspond to a list originally compiled as ‘Images of Earth’ for The Golden Record by Carl Sagan and his team of NASA scientists.

Publications & Catalogues

Collage
Assembling Contemporary Art

Edited by Blanche Craig

Publisher: Black Dog

Hardback
240 pages
260 b/w and colour ills
28.0 x 23.0 cm
ISBN10: 1906155399
ISBN13: 978 1 906155 39 1

Collage: Assembling Contemporary Art is the first authoritative survey of the history of collage from its origins through to the latest work being produced by artists today. From the traditional ‘cut and paste’ method through to digital, three-dimensional and installation work, and in the incorporation of contemporary concerns such as environment and commercialism, collage is experiencing an exciting renaissance.

Talks & Events

The Making of Traceurs:
to trace, to draw, to go fast

Skate City, Southbank

Friday 11 July 2008
9pm - 11.30pm

Curated by BFI, London , UK

As part of London Festival of Architecture's Screenings and Performances programme, the British Film Institute are screening a selection of parkour and skater films in Skate City on Friday evening. The Making of Traceurs: to trace, to draw, to go fast, a film by Julie Angel which follows the making of a series of artist's films by Layla Curtis, will be shown along with Channel Four's Jump London.

 

Photo: Andy Day

Talks & Events

The Making of Traceurs:
to trace, to draw, to go fast

ICA Cinema, London, UK

Saturday 21 & Thursday 26 June 2008 2pm

The Making of Traceurs: to trace, to draw, to go fast, a documentary by Julie Angel following the making of a series of artist's films by Layla Curtis, will be screened at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London. Featuring Stephane & Johann Vigroux, Forrest, Thomas Couetdic. The screening will be followed by a question and answer session with the artist Layla Curtis.

In association with Westminster City Council and the London Festival of Architecture.

Photo: Andy Day

Group Exhibitions

SPACE Now

SPACE, London, UK

13 June - 26 July 2008

SPACE celebrates its 40th birthday with an exhibition selected by Caroline Douglas, Head of Arts Council Collections.

Reviews

Traceurs:
to trace, to draw, to go fast

Martin Coomer, Time Out

12 - 18 June 2008


Essays

Traceurs:
to trace, to draw, to go fast

Essay by Richard Grayson

Publisher: Chelsea Futurespace

Softback
16 pages
b/w illustrations

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Traceurs: to trace, to draw, to go fast

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Solo Exhibitions

Traceurs:
to trace, to draw, to go fast

Chelsea Futurespace, London, UK

4 June - 21 September 2008

Traceurs: to trace, to draw, to go fast is a collection of twenty black and white films, created using a thermal imaging camera, which capture a series of moments in which traceurs (practitioners of parkour) come into physical contact with the urban fabric. The camera, which sees the world in terms of temperature rather than light, makes visible the glowing white heat residue transferred from hands, fingers and feet onto the surfaces that the traceurs nimbly leap onto, run across and spring off.

Related publication: Traceurs: to trace, to draw, to go fast, Essay by Richard Grayson

Related review: Martin Coomer, Traceurs: to trace, to draw, to go fast, Time Out

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Cat Leap Traverse 3, video, 2008

Talks & Events

Eamonn Maxwell in conversation with Layla Curtis

Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast, UK

14 March - 3 May 2008

Curator Eamonn Maxwell discusses the work in Layla Curtis's solo show at Ormeau Baths Gallery.

 

Soup, video, 2006

Group Exhibitions

Art Futures

Bloomberg Space, London, UK

6 - 12 March 2008

Curated by Jeni Walwin and Nicky Hurst

ARTfutures is a Contemporary Art Society project. Each year, the Contemporary Art Society handpicks work by approximately 100 artists to form an exhibition of work for sale.

Selected through a combination of exhaustive research including studio visits, ARTfutures offers a truly unrivalled opportunity to buy contemporary art, selected by the UK’s leading non-profit agency for independent advice on contemporary collecting.

 

Central London Index Drawing, ink on tracing paper, 2007

Solo Exhibitions

Layla Curtis

Ormeau Baths, Belfast, UK

14th March - 3rd May 2008

Featuring video work and drawings made during her Arts Council England International Fellowship to Antarctica with the British Antarctic Survey in 2005 and collages from the States of Mind series.

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Group Exhibitions

Topographica

Turnpike Gallery, Leigh, UK

19 January - 1 March 2008

Taking as a starting point the idea of landscape in a state of flux, each of the four artists in this exhibition seeks to articulate their own experiences and understanding of landscape through the medium of drawing.

Ranging in scale from the vast to the intimate, all of the drawings are beautifully executed and record each artist’s personal engagement with the landscape, whether real or imaginary.

Artists: Kate Atkin, Layla Curtis, Tania Kovats and Peter Macdonald

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2007

Group Exhibitions

Downstairs: Review

Gimpel Fils, London, UK

22nd November 2007 - 12th January 2008

Artists: Dylan Stone, Gedi Sibony, Layla Curtis, Michelle Dovey, Hannah Brown, Doug Fishbone, John Duncan, Jock Mooney

Signy Island, limited edition screen print, 2006

Talks & Events

Poster Giveaway:
Art On The Underground

Underground Stations

26 - 30 November 2007 

To celebrate the rebranding of the Platform for Art initiative as Art on the Underground, five artists have been commissioned to create new works that will be given away to the public for free.

Turner Prize nominee (2006) Mark Titchner has created one of his trademark bold signage works, Layla Curtis' intricately drawn London map is, on closer inspection, completely fictitious, as are James Ireland's collages of dramatic snow-covered mountain peaks. 

25,000 of each design have been produced and will be given away free at Kings Cross, Victoria, Waterloo, Paddington and Liverpool Street tube stations. 

Metro, 19 November 2007 (View Zoom)

Publications & Catalogues

Mapping London:
Making Sense of the City

Simon Foxell

Publisher: Black Dog 

Hardback
288 pages
300 b/w and colour ills 
29.0 x 24.0 cm
ISBN13: 978 1 906155 07 0

Mapping London: Making Sense of the City is a beautiful, compelling anthology of over six centuries of London maps, tracing the mesmerising evolution of the city and exploring the hopes and fears of its inhabitants as history unfolds.

Group Exhibitions

Shifting Ground

Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham, UK

28 July - 22 September 2007

Artists: Leo Fitzmaurice, Katie Holten, Clare Iles, Camilla Brueton, David Batchelor, Layla Curtis, Sorrel Muggridge, Tim Machin, Chris Matthew, Jonathan Parsons, Richard Wentworth, Rachel Lowe, Juliana Capes and Laura Nanni

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Group Exhibitions

Drawing 2007
Biennale Fundraiser

Drawing Room, London, UK

19 April - 09 May

Since 2003, over 500 established and emerging artists, from the UK and abroad, have donated a drawing made especially in support of The Drawing Room programme and its non-profit activities.

The drawings are exhibited for three weeks which culminates in a silent auction event on the last evening.

Untitled (World Political), ink on paper, 2007

Group Exhibitions

Art Futures

Bloomberg Space, London, UK

7 March - 12 March 2007

ARTfutures is a Contemporary Art Society project. Each year, the Contemporary Art Society handpicks work by approximately 100 artists to form an exhibition of work for sale.

Selected through a combination of exhaustive research including studio visits, ARTfutures offers a truly unrivalled opportunity to buy contemporary art, selected by the UK’s leading non-profit agency for independent advice on contemporary collecting.

Signy Island, limited edition screen print, 2006

Talks & Events

Sally O’Reilly in conversation with
Catherine Bertola,
Layla Curtis & Graham Dolphin

The Drawing Room, London UK

Wednesday 7 March 2007
6.30pm

Writer and critic Sally O'Reilly discusses the work in the exhibition The Opposite of Vertigo at The Drawing Room with artists Catherine Bertola, Layla Curtis & Graham Dolphin.


Signy Island, limited edition screen print, 2006

Publications & Catalogues

This Will Not Happen
Without You

From the collective archive of
The Basement Group, Projects UK,
and Locus+ (1977 - 2007)

Publisher: The University of Sunderland Press 
Curatorial Editor: Richard Grayson

Softback
256 pages
Colour illustrations

ISBN: 978-1-899377-25-1

Published to coincide with the Arts Council England touring exhibition This Will Not Happen Without You, From the collective archive of The Basement Group, Projects UK, and Locus+ (1977 - 2007) curated by Richard Grayson

 

 

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Group Exhibitions

The Opposite of Vertigo

The Drawing Room, London UK

8 February - 18 March 2007

Curated by Jon Bewley

Artists: Darren Banks, Catherine Bertola, Cath Campbell, Alex Charrington, Layla Curtis, Graham Dolphin, Peter J. Evans, Richard Forster, Kevin Mason and Karl Nattress

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Signy Island, limited edition screen print, 2006

2006

Group Exhibitions

Snowdomes: World in Miniature and Objects of Curiosity

National Glass Centre, Sunderland, UK

25 November 2006 – 4 March 2007

Artists were commissioned to make new work for this exhibition which forms part of the 2007 Sunderland Winter Festival.

Artists include: Mat Collishaw, Sarah Woodfine, Simon Woolham and Catherine Bertola

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67 Degrees South, video projection into snowdome, 2007

Group Exhibitions

This Will Not Happen
Without You

John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK

21 November 2006 - 20 January 2007

Touring to The Hatton Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK and Interface, Belfast, UK

This Will Not Happen Without You is an Arts Council England touring exhibition, curated by Richard Grayson

From the collective archive of The Basement Group, Projects UK and Locus+ 1977 - 2006

Related Publication: Ths Will Not Happen Without You

NewcastleGateshead, collaged maps, 2005

Group Exhibitions

Living History

Tate Modern, London, UK

1 November 2006 - 11 February 2007

Twenty-five artists are represented in this illuminating display of works that reference some of the most historic events of the last 100 years.

Featured works include David Bomberg's evocative depiction of Canadian soldiers during WW1 and Pablo Picasso's Weeping Women 1936 which mourns the casualties of the Spanish Civil War.

Also on display is David Reeb's commentary on the Israeli-Palestine confict, Let's Have Another War 1997, and Chris Ofili's No Woman No Cry 1998 which was conceived as a touching tribute to the race-hate victim Stephen Lawrence.

Living History Flash Interactive

The United Kingdom, collaged British road maps, 1999

Group Exhibitions

Passionate Collectors
Public and Private

The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, UK

16 September 2006 - 28 January 2007

Curated by Deborah Robinson

The New Art Gallery Walsall purchased 22 contemporary artworks through the Contemporary Art Society‘s Special Collections Scheme including works by Martin Creed, Layla Curtis, Rose Finn-Kelcey, Laura Ford, Hew Locke, Mike Nelson, Nina Saunders, Yoshihiro Suda, Gavin Turk, Richard Woods and Toby Ziegler.

The national initiative which enabled fifteen galleries throughout England to build up collections of contemporary work was celebrated at The New Art Gallery Walsall with the launch of the exhibition Passionate Collectors: Public and Private

A supporting publication New Art on View, co-published by The New Art Gallery Walsall examined the role of museums in collecting contemporary art and featured contributions from Sheila MacGregor, Sir Nicholas Serota and the gallery’s Director Stephen Snoddy.

Artists: Jordan Baseman, Monica Bonvicini, Patty Carroll, May Cornet, Martin Creed, Dorothy Cross, Layla Curtis, Robert Dawson, Ming de Nasty, Rita Donagh, Richard Forster, John Fullwood, Anya Gallaccio, Mona Hatoum, Geoffery Ireland, Rob Kesseler, Jochen Klein, Hew Locke, Christian Marclay, Hannah Maybank, Paul McCarthy, Heather and Ivan Morrison, Cornelia parker, Paula Rego, Jane Simpson, Yoshihiro Suda, Gavin Turk, Julian Walker, Mo Wilson.  

The Thames (North, South Divide), collaged British road maps, 2000

Group Exhibitions

British Art 1500-2006

Tate Britain, London, UK

21 August 2006 - 14 January 2007

Publications & Catalogues

New Art on View

Scala Publishers Ltd

A Contemporary Art Society Project

Foreword: Nicholas Serota
Preface: Stephen Snoddy
Introduction: Gill Hedley
Essay: Sheila McGregor

Softback
176 pages
Colour illustrations

ISBN 1 85759443 6

Published on the occasion of the exhibition New Art on View at New Art Gallery Walsall

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Talks & Events

Emily Marsden in conversation with Layla Curtis

New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, UK

Curator Emily Marsden discusses work in Layla Curtis's solo show at The New Art Gallery Walsall.

 

Crevasse, video installation, 2006

Publications & Catalogues

Layla Curtis

Essays by Sally O'Reilly & Matthew Hart

Co-publishers:
Locus+ and New Art Gallery Walsall

Softback
96 pages
60 images, 47 in colour
Designed by James Goggin / Practise

ISBN 1 899 37723 9

£15.00 +p+p

Published to coincide with Layla Curtis's solo exhibition at New Art Gallery Walsall

Solo Exhibitions

Layla Curtis

New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, UK

21 July - 10 October 2006

Co-curated by VIVID & New Art Gallery Walsall

This exhibition includes work produced as a result Layla Curtis's journey to Antarctica with the British Antarctic Survey in 2005 along with a new video installation Sky Drawings (Night, Day), commissioned by VIVID, which focuses on vapour trails made by aeroplanes in the sky above the West Midlands.

Related publication: Layla Curtis, published by New Art Gallery Walsall and Locus+

Related essay: A Congregation of Vapours by David Barrett published by ViVID

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Essays

A Congregation of Vapours

Essay by David Barrett

Publisher: VIVID

Editor: Kaye Winwood

Softback
16 pages
8 colour images
Designed by James Langdon

With support from The Henry Moore Foundation and Arts Council England

Related event: Habitat Symposium, VIVID, Birmingham, UK

Talks & Events

Habitat Symposium

VIVID, Birmingham, UK

The Habitat symposium, organised and hosted by VIVID during Architecture week 2006, is an exciting opportunity to see new work in progress by artists Richard Billingham and Layla Curtis who are currently working with the organisation.

These public presentations provide a rare opportunity for an audience to engage with the artists at a working stage of production. Guest speakers have been invited to contextualise the broader concerns raised by this newly commissioned work, including curator Jeni Walwin, architect and writer Ben Flatman, and Anthony Hoete and Falk Schneemann of WHAT Architecture.

Related publication: A Congregation of Vapours, David Barret

Sky Drawings (Night, Day), video installation, 2006

Publications & Catalogues

New Art from London

Chris Townsend

Publisher: Thames & Hudson

Softback
216 pages
23.2 x 15.6 x 1.6 cm

ISBN-10: 050028606X
ISBN-13: 978-0500286067


Solo Exhibitions

Polar Wandering

Gimpel Fils, London, UK

9 May - 10 June 2006

Leaving London on Thursday October 27th 2005 Layla Curtis spent 3 months carrying out an extensive geographical exploration with the British Antarctic Survey as part of their Artists and Writers residence programme. Gimpel Fils is pleased to exhibit artworks resulting from her 27,856 mile journey.

Signy Island, limited edition screen print, 2006

Reviews

Polar Wandering

Elizia Volkmann, Flux

Issue 52

page 32

Talks & Events

Artist's Talk

University of the Arts Gallery, London, UK

28 March 2006
6pm

Selected artists in the exhibition Territory talk about their work with gallery curator Eamonn Maxwell.

Group Exhibitions

You'll Never Know:
Drawing & Random Interference

Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston, UK

25 March - 18 June 2006

Hayward Gallery touring exhibition touring to: Glynn Vivian Gallery, Swansea, UK; The Lowry, Salford, UK; The New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK; Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle, UK

Curated by Jeni Walwin & Henry Krokatsi

Artists include: Anna Barriball, Ian Breakwell, Layla Curtis, Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Rebecca Horn, Mona Hatoum, Claude Heath, Tim Knowles, Tania Kovats, Henry Krokatsis, Richard Long, Cornelia Parker, Steven Pippin, Keith Tyson and Mark Wallinger.

Related publication: You'll Never Know: Drawing & Random Interference

Further information: southbankcentre

Message in a Bottle from Ramsgate to the Chatham Islands, live GPS drawing, 2004

Publications & Catalogues

You'll Never Know:
Drawing & Random Interference

James Flint, Janna Levin, Sally O’Reilly

Publisher: Hayward Publishing

Softback
72 pages
24 colour and 1 b/w illustration
18 x 13cms

ISBN 978185332249

Published on the occasion of the exhibition You'll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference, a Hayward touring exhibition curated by Jeni Walwin & Henry Krokatsis

Group Exhibitions

Territory

University of the Arts Gallery, London, UK

8 March - 21 April 2006

Curated by Eamonn Maxwell

Nine artists whose practice deals with contemporary responses to landscapes and environments: Layla Curtis, Mimei Thompson, Paul Jackson, Tamsin Morse, Clodagh Emoe, Lee Maelzer, Andrew Grassie, Rut Blees Luxemburg

Related review: Rebecca Geldard, Territory, Time Out

Wanderers, video projection, 2006

Reviews

Territory

Rebecca Geldard, Time Out

12 - 19 April 2006

page 46

Group Exhibitions

Culture Bound

Courtauld Institute, London, UK

20 January 2006 - tbc

Organised and curated by students of The Courtauld Institute, the exhibition, Culture Bound considers issues of cultural identity.

Works explore the structures that mediate our experience, examining how culture is formed by language and communication.

The exhibition includes works by Gavin Turk, Stephen Gill, Zenib Sedira, Shezad Dawood, Layla Curtis and Grayson Perry.

Further information: Courtauld Institute

World Political, silk screen print, edition 80, 2001

2005

Group Exhibitions

Wunderkammer:
The Artificial Kingdom

The Collection, Lincoln, UK

1 October 2005 - 8 January 2006

Curated by Ed Allington

Artists include: Hannah Collins, Dan Graham, Arman, Marc Quinn, Marcel Duchamp, Hans Hacke, Kyoichi Tsuzuki, Euan Uglow, John McCraken, John de Andrea, Ernest Trova, Eduardo Paolozzi, Lucy Gunning, Hew Locke, John Issacs and Mark Hosking

Related publications: Wunderkammer: The Artificial Kingdom

United European Union 2002, collaged EU road maps, 2002

Publications & Catalogues

Wunderkammer:
The Artificial Kingdom

The Collection, Lincoln, UK

Softback
54 pages 

ISBN 0-9539238-4-3

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Wunderkammer: The Artificial Kingdom curated by Ed Allington

Group Exhibitions

Ars Electronica Festival for Art, Technology and Society

Linz, Austria

1 - 6 September 2005

Since 1987, the Prix Ars Electronica has served as an interdisciplinary platform for everyone who uses the computer as a universal medium for implementing and designing their creative projects at the interface of art, technology and society.

The competition is organized by the Ars Electronica Linz GmbH and ORF’s Upper Austria Regional Studio in collaboration with the OK Center for Contemporary Art and the Brucknerhaus Linz, and the prizes are awarded during the Ars Electronica Festival each year.

The Prix Ars Electronica is one of the most important awards for creativity and pioneering spirit in the field of digital media.


Message in a Bottle from Ramsgate to the Chatham Islands, live GPS drawing, 2004

Publications & Catalogues

Else/Where: Mapping

Edited by Janet Abrams & Peter Hall

Publisher: University of Minnesota Press

Softback
320 pages
24.6 x 20.1 x 2.3cms

ISBN-10: 0972969624
ISBN-13: 978-097296928

Group Exhibitions

2005 Launch Programme

VIVID, Birmingham, UK

17 June - July 2005

The opening programme to officially launch the space will include work by international and UK artists Steina Vasulka, Nina Katchadourian, Ivan and Heather Morison, Adele Prince, Layla Curtis, Calum Sterling, Kate Pemberton and John Hammersley. A selection of work to reflect the range of artists and projects Vivid works with.

The event is part of Arts Council’s Architecture week.

Cab Routes - One Week in London, flash animation, 2001

Publications & Catalogues

CyberArts 2005

Ars Electronica Centre Linz, Austria

Publisher: Hatje Cantz Verlag 

Softback
300 pages
colour illustrations

ISBN: 3-7757-1657-2

Published on the occasion of Prix Ars Electronica 2005, International Competition for CyberArts

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Group Exhibitions

The Space In-Between the Sole and the Heel

Globe Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

18 June - 30 July 2005

Curated by Matt Hearn and Sarah Warden

Artists include: Darren Banks, Beagles and Ramsay, Cath Campbell, Marcus Coates, Nathan Coley, Layla Curtis, Graham Dolphin, Alec Finlay, Jenny Hogarth, Leo Fitzmaurice, Jamie Shovlin, Miles Thurlow and Elizabeth Wright

Group Exhibitions

Collection 2
Claudine & Jean-Marc Salomon

Fondation d'Art Contemporain, Alex, France

17 March - 3 June 2005

Curated by Philippe Piguet

Artists: Dieter Appelt, Carole Benzaken, Wout Berger, Olivier Blanckart, Louise Bourgeois, Angela Bulloch, Maggie Cardelùs, Philippe Cognée, Layla Curtis, Wim Delvoye, Eric Duyckaerts, Oliver Herring, Jenny Holzer, James Alexander Hopkins, Guy Limone, Loriot et Mélia, Jennifer et Kevin McCoy, Steve Miller, Jack Pierson, Rona Pondick, Denis Pondruel, Markus Raetz, Gwen Rouvillois, Sandy Skoglund

Related publication: Collection 2

Further information: Fondation d'Art Contemporain

World State, collaged USA topographical maps, 2001

Publications & Catalogues

Collection 2

Fondation d'Art Contemporain, Alex, France

Softback
116 pages 
Colour illustrations

ISBN 2-914620-07-1

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Collection 2

2004

Group Exhibitions

De Leur Temps
Collections Privees Francais

Musee des Beaux Arts de Tourcoing, France

6 October - 6 December 2004

Curated by Michel Poitevin

Artists include: Louise Bourgeois, Sophie Calle, Hannah Collins, Layla Curtis, Liam Gillick, Nan Goldin, Rodney Graham, Thomas Hirshorn, John Isaacs, Thomas Schutte, Cindy Sherman, Roman Signer, Keith Tyson and Mark Wallinger

Related Publication: De Leur Temps:  
Collections Privees Francais

Further information: creativtv (French)

United European Union, collaged EU road maps, 2000

Publications & Catalogues

De Leur Temps,
Collections Privees Francais

Musee des Beaux-Arts Tourcoing

Softback 
350 pages 
Colour illustrations

ISBN 2-901440-22-3
ISBN 9-782901 440222

Co-produced by ADIAF and Musee des Beaux-Arts Tourcoing on the occasion of the exhibition De Leur Temps, Collections Privees Francais

Group Exhibitions

Magic Don't Happen by Magic

The Empire Studios, London, UK

8 - 17 September 2004

Curated by Neill Kidgell

Artists: Divyesh Bhanderi, Layla Curtis, Karin Dolk, Lee Edwards, Olivia Fletcha, Haruhi Hayashi, Neill Kidgell, Andrew Mania, Sam Porritt, Neal Rock, James Russell.

Gods Pocket, collaged USA topographical maps, 2004

Reviews

Pore Over the Map of the Human Heart

Robert Hanks, The Independent on Sunday

11 July 2004

page 3 (ABC Magazine)

Reviews

Preview Exhibitions

Jessica Lack, The Guardian (Guide)

3 - 9 July 2004

page 36

Group Exhibitions

Whitstable Biennale

Whitstable to Margate, East Kent, UK

19 June - 4 July 2004

An East Kent event of film, video and temporary interventions extending from Whitstable to Margate

Artists include: Pascal Baes, Miriam Backstrom, Vanessa Beecroft, Ergin Cavusoglu, Colin Cook, Leo Copers, Marion Coutts, Layla Curtis, Jeremy Deller, Nooshin Farhid, Nicolas Floc'h, Michel Francois, Douglas Gordon, Vincent Goudreau, Sebastien Gouy, Graham Gussin, Paul Hazelton, Ken Kobland, Aglaia Konrad, Charlotte Moth, Alison Murray, Bruce Nauman, Hermann Pitz, Jeroen de Rijke and Willem de Rooij, Roman Signer, Robert Suermondt, Kerry Tribe, Heimo Zobernig

Related publication: Whitstable Biennale

Message in a Bottle from Ramsgate to the Chatham Islands, Lambda C-type print mounted on aluminium, 2004

Publications & Catalogues

Whitstable Biennale
19.06.04 - 04.07.04

Essays by Steven Bode and Antonio Guzman

Publisher: Material

Softback
Colour illustrations

 

Solo Exhibitions

States of Mind

Rhodes + Mann, London UK

2 July - 7 August 2004

USA place names such as Wet Beaver Wilderness, Hard Cash and Gun Barrel City inspire a new series of collaged maps and related wall drawing Index, while the installation Souvenirs from Manchester traces USA namesakes.

Related reviews:
Robert Hanks, Pore Over the Map of the Human Heart, The Independent on Sunday (ABC Magazine)
Jessica Lack, Preview: Exhibition, The Guardian (Guide) 

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Solo Exhibitions

Message in a Bottle
from Ramsgate
to the Chatham Islands

Droit House, Margate, UK

27 May - 4 July 2004

A live drawing, updated automatically every 15 minutes, tracks the journey taken by a fleet of bottles released into the sea near Ramsgate and destined for the Chatham Islands.

Project website: www.fromramsgatetothechathamislands.co.uk

Related essay: Message in a Bottle from Ramsgate to the Chatham Islands by Jeremy Millar 

Commissioned by Turner Contemporary

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Message in a Bottle from Ramsgate to the Chatham Islands

Reviews

BitMap

Tank, Lauren Cochrane

May 2004

Vol. 3, Issue 10

pages 66 - 69

Essays

Message in a Bottle
from Ramsgate
to the Chatham Islands

Essay by Jeremy Millar

Publisher: Turner Contemporary

Published to accompany the exhibition Message in a Bottle from Ramsgate to the Chatham Islands

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Group Exhibitions

Collage

Bloomberg Space, London, UK

27 March - 8 May 2004

Curated by Sacha Craddock, Graham Gussin, Stephen Hepworth and David Risley

The show includes over 100 artists and examines the way collage has been used to explore a vast range of ideas from formal exercises in colour, material and form to the creation of surreal spaces and the expression of political ideals

United European Union 2002, collaged EU road maps, 2002

2003

Publications & Catalogues

Remaking the Global Economy

Jamie Peck & Henry Wai-chung Yeung

Publisher: Sage

Softback
256 pages
b/w illustrations

Cover image: Layla Curtis, World Political Wall Map, 2001 (detail)

 

 

Group Exhibitions

A Bigger Splash:
British Art from Tate 1960 - 2003

Pavilhao Lucas Nogueira Garcez-Oca and
Instituto Tomie Ohtake, Sao Paulo, Brazil

4 August - 26 October 2003
Pavilhao Lucas Nogueira Garcez-Oca 5

4 August - 21 September 2003
Instituto Tomie Ohtake

Curated by Joanne Bernstein & Catherine Kinley

Related publication: A Bigger Splash: British Art from Tate 1960 - 2003

Group Exhibitions

Post Notes

ICA, London, UK

4 - 11 March 2003

Touring to Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Curated by Adam Carr

Artists include: Dave Beech, Pierre Bismuth, David Burrows, Nick Crowe, Layla Curtis, Rachel Goodyear, James Ireland, Laurence Lane, Jim Lambe, Kit Lawrence, Paul McDevitt, Jonathan Parsons, Mark Titchner and Toby Ziegler

Publications & Catalogues

A Bigger Splash:
British Art from Tate 1960 - 2003

Edited by Joanne Bernstein & Catherine Kinley

Publisher: BrasilConnects

Hardback
336pages

ISBN: 85-87742-27-2

Published to coincide with the exhibition A Bigger Splash: British Art from Tate 1960 - 2003

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Group Exhibitions

Blueprint Fakers &
Citadel Makers

Comme Ca Art, Manchester, UK

23 May - 14 September 2003

Curated by Mike Dawson

This show has several major debuts for Manchester; this will be the first time Toby Paterson has exhibited here, Toby was last years Beck Futures winner and currently has a major solo show at the CCA in Glasgow. Layla Curtis will show her highly acclaimed map collages (which feature in the Tate Modern permanent collection) and the internationally acclaimed Maltase artist Norbert Francis Attard has made a site-considered work for the show entitled: ‘House of Cards’.

United European Union 2002, collaged EU road maps, 2002

Group Exhibitions

The Map is Not The Territory
Part III

James Hockey Gallery
& Foyer Gallery
The Surrey Institute of Art & Design
Farnham, London, UK

6 May - 7 June 2003

In association with England & Co. 

Artists include: Jane Bush, Jonathan Callan, Layla Curtis, Matilda Downs, Alberto Dunman, Tracey Emin, Simon Faithfull, Susan Hiller, Langlands & Bell, Satomi Matoba, Alastair Mackie, Cornelia Parker, Kathy Prendergast, Joe Scotland and Jugoslav Vlahovic

World Political, silk screen print, edition 80, 2001

Group Exhibitions

Regards croises, Collection Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon

Fondation d'Art Contemporain,
Daniel & Florence Guerlain,
Les Mesnuls, France

16 March - 11 May 2003

Curated by Philippe Piguet

Artists: Alighiero e Boetti, Tony Cragg, Layla Curtis, Gilbert & George, Rebecca Horn, Guy Limone, Loriot & Melia, Ana Mendieta, Joachim Mogarra, Francois Morellet, Tony Oursler, Arnulf Rainer, Georges Rousse, Gwen Rouvillois, Sandy Skoglund, Jessica Stockholder, Baltazar Torres

Related publication: Regards croises, Collection Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon

World State, collaged USA topographical maps, 2001

Publications & Catalogues

Regards croises, Collection Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon

Essay by Philippe Piguet

Publisher: Fondation d'Art Contemporain Daniel & Florence Guerlain

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Regards croses, Collection Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon

2002

Publications & Catalogues

Fabrications

Edited by Mark Crinson,
Natalie Rudd & Helen Hills

Publisher: UMiM Publishing

Hardcover
48 pages

ISBN-10: 0954369505
ISBN-13: 978-0954369507

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Fabrications: New Art & Urban Memory in Manchester

Reviews

Fabrications: New Art & Urban Memory in Manchester

Martin Vincent, Art Monthly

October 2002

pages 33 - 35

Group Exhibitions

Fabrications: New Art & Urban Memory in Manchester

CUBE, Manchester, UK

11 September - 2 November 2002

Commissions in response to a three-year body of academic research by the Urban Memory in Manchester team at Manchester University's School of Art History and Archaeology. 

Artists: Sarah Carne, Adam Chodzko, Nathan Coley, Layla Curtis, Lubaina Himid and Sarah Waring.

Related publication: Fabrications

Souvenirs from Manchester, mixed media, 2002

Group Exhibitions

The Jerwood Drawing Prize

University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, UK

2 - 26 September 2002

Touring to: The Jerwood Space, London, UK; mac, Birmingham, UK; Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, UK; EICH Gallery, University of Lincolnshire and Humberside, Hull, UK; The Promenade Gallery, The Lowry, Salford, UK

Selectors: Marco Livingston, Cornelia Parker, Mariana Warner

Related publications: The Jerwood Drawing Prize 2002

Globe Tracing No.1, ink on tracing paper, 2001

Publications & Catalogues

The Jerwood Drawing Prize

University of Gloucestershire

Softback
Colour illustrations

Published on the occasion of The Jerwood Drawing Prize 2002

 

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Group Exhibitions

Location:UK

Gimpel Fils, London, UK

24 July - 7 September 2002

Where are we? Location:UK illustrates where we are, from a point on a map, to a cultural identity. Drawing together artists from across the social, racial and cultural map of the UK, this exhibition examines the relationships we have with the places and locations in which we live.

Artists include: BANK, Richard Billingham, Adam Chodzco, Layla Curtis, Tom Hunter, Peter Kennard, Andrew Lewis, Sarah Lucas, Rut Blees Luxemburg, Hannah Maybank, Hannah Starkey, Christopher Stewart, George Shaw, Alia Syed, Mark Wallinger

Edit 2, collaged British road maps, 2000

Publications & Catalogues

Tim Marlow on Tate Modern

Tim Marlow

Publisher: Spafax Publishing for Channel 5

Softback


ISBN: 1874235430 / 1-874235-43-0 

Related Event: Channel 5 series 'Tim Marlow on Tate Modern'

Group Exhibitions

Oncethemostdensely
populatedplaceonearth

Floating ip, Manchester, UK

Curated by Graham Parker and Dave Beech

Related review: Martin Vincent, Oncethemostpopulatedplaceonearth, Art Monthly

Globe Tracing No.8, ink on tracing paper, 2001

Group Exhibitions

Collection Claudine &
Jean-Marc Salomon

Fondation d'Art Contemporain, Alex, France

21 June - 27 September 2002

World State, collaged USA topographical maps, 2001

Group Exhibitions

Cab Gallery Retrospective
1999-2001

Essor Gallery Project Space, London, UK

15 - 22 January 2002

Curated by Paul E Stolper and Jason Brown

Further information: cabgallery.com

Cab Routes - One Week in London, flash animation, 2001

Group Exhibitions

Here, There, Elsewhere

London Print Studio Gallery, London, UK

Curated by David Blamey

Exhibition following the publication of Here, There, Elsewhere: Dialogues on Location and Mobility, edited by David Blamey

World Political, silk screen print, edition 80, 2001

Publications & Catalogues

Here, There, Elsewhere: Dialogues on Location
and Mobility

Edited by David Blamy

Publisher: Open Editions

Softback
8 page soft cover
272 pages
207 colour illustrations
237 x 155 x 22mm

ISBN-10: 0949004138
ISBN-13: 978-0949004130

Related exhibition: Here, There, Elsewhere

2001

Group Exhibitions

Gifts to Walsall

The New Art Gallery Walsall,
Walsall, UK

7 December 2001 - 13 January 2002

This is the first chance to see new additions to New Art Gallery Walsall's permanent collection, including gifts from the Contemporary Art Society and the Saatchi Collection.

Artists include: Jordon Baseman, Layla Curtis, Philip King, Marysia Lewandowska, Ian McLean, Henry Moore, Marcus Taylor and Richard Wentworth.

The Thames (North, South Divide), collaged British road maps, 2000

Group Exhibitions

Looking With/Out:
East Wing Collection No.5

Courtauld Institute of Art, London, UK

9 November 2001 - 9 September 2003

Artists include: Philip Akkerman, Sally Barker, Brian Dawn Chalkley, Layla Curtis, Peter Fischli, Richard Galpin, Jochen Gerz, John Golding, Dan Graham, Rodney Graham, Andrew Grassie, Alexis Harding, Peter Harris, Susan Hiller, Dan Holdsworth, Thomas Huber, Richard Long, Simon Morley, Joao Penalva, Grayson Perry, Gavin Turk, Jeff Wall and Richard Wentworth

Related publication: Looking With/Out

World Political, silk screen print, edition 80, 2001

Publications & Catalogues

Looking With/Out
East Wing Collection No. 05

Courtauld Institute of Art
in association with Thames & Hudson

Foreword: Eric Fernie

Texts by Marina Grzinic, Dave Hickey, Susan Buck-Morss and Norman Bryson

Softback
38 pages 
Colour Illustrations

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Looking With/Out, East Wing Collection No. 05

Reviews

Topographic Designer

Karen Chung, Wallpaper

September 2001

pages 129 - 130

Group Exhibitions

Double Take

Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth, UK

19 May - 30 June 2001

Artists: LEO, Layla Curtis, James Ireland, Helen Maurer and Elizabeth Wright

Edit 1, collaged British road maps, 2000

Publications & Catalogues

The Map is Not The Territory

England & Co.

Softback
26 pages
Colour images

Published on the occasion of the exhibition The Map is Not The Territory

 

Group Exhibitions

The Map is Not The Territory

England & Co.,

14 July - 1 September 2001

Artists include: Jonathan Callan, Layla Curtis, Peter Greenaway, Graham Gussin, Susan Hiller, Langlands & Bell, Cornelia Parker and Kathy Prendergast

Related publication: The Map is Not the Territory

World Political, silk screen print, edition 80, 2001

Solo Exhibitions

Layla Curtis: New works

Rhodes + Mann, London UK

15 June - 22 July 2001

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Group Exhibitions

Record Collection

VTO Gallery, London, UK

27 - 29 April 2001

Touring to Forde Espace d'Art Contemporain, Geneve, Switzerland

Curated by Mel Brimfield and Elaine Forde

Artists include: Wolfgang Tilmans, Bob & Roberta Smith, Jessica Voorsanger, David Mackintosh, DJ Simpson, Polly Staple, David Burrows, Kit Lawrence, John Strutton, John Tozer, Geraint Evans, George Shaw, Rodney Graham, Marijka Steedman, Peter Liversidge, Pam Brabants, Inventory, Wayne Lloyd, Claire Scanlon, Dave Beech, Kim Sweet, Michael Archer, Norman Hogg, Paul Housley, Artlab, Peter harris, Angela de la Cruz, Kevin Heavey, Jemima Stehli, and Brian Dawn Chalkley 

Reviews

Culture Beyond the M25

Michael Bracewell, RA Magazine

Spring 2001

pages 63 - 64

2000

Group Exhibitions

Mostyn Open 11

Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno, UK

8 December 2000 - 27 January 2001

Selectors: Tomoko Takahashi, James Rielly, Charles Esche and Martin Barlow

Artists include: Matt Calderwood, Lee Campbell, Marcus Coats, Layla Curtis, Shona Illingworth, Rosalind Nashashibi, Johnathan Rabagliati, Graham Seaton and Simon Woolham

Edit 2, collaged British road maps, 2000

Group Exhibitions

The Armchair Project

Cinch, London, UK

11 October - 28 October 2000

Curated by Paul McDevitt and Declan Clarke

Artists include: Annika Strom, Anna Barriball, Bank, Bob and Roberta Smith, Dave Beech, Jane McDevitt, Jeremy Deller, Keith Wilson, Luke Oxley, Mark Wallinger, Matthew Higgs, Michael Archer, Richard Clegg, Sean Parfitt and Vic Reeves

Reviews

Alison Turnbull / Layla Curtis / Richard Wright

Paul Usherwood, Art Monthly

October 2000

pages 38 - 39

Group Exhibitions

Nightclub Robberies

Rhodes + Mann, London, UK

11 August - 1 October 2000

Artists: Tim Bacon, Patrick Coleman, Michael Curran, Layla Curtis, Jane Gang, Erik Hanson and Marc Jennings

 

Edit 1, collaged British road maps, 2000

Publications & Catalogues

Orbis Terrarum
Ways of Worldmaking

Museum Plantin-Moretus, Antwerp, Belgium

Hardback
391 pages

ISBN 10 9055442852

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Orbis Terrarum, Ways of Worldmaking/Cartography and Contemporary Art curated by Moritz Kung

Solo Exhibitions

Layla Curtis

Milton Keynes Gallery, UK

2 September - 8 October 2000

For her first solo exhibition in a UK public gallery Curtis is showing new works based on maps. The new works make use of sea, road and various world topographical maps, collaged into intriguing hybrid pieces. Some of them are specifically influenced by the grid format of Milton Keynes, one of them turning MK into a rectangular island surrounded by sea. Another new work is a framed text piece, Index (Everywhere I've Ever Been), presented like a hoax index to an atlas, incorporating only places Curtis has been to in her lifetime. 

Related review: Paul Usherwood, Alison Turnbull, Layla Curtis, Richard Wright, Art Monthly

 

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United Kingdom of America, collaged USA topographical maps, 2000

Group Exhibitions

Fusion

Rhodes + Mann, London, UK

12 May - 18 June 2000

Artists: Nayland Blake, Calum Colvin, Layla Curtis, Robert Davies, Kate Davis, Ashley Elliot, Till Exit, Jang Gang, Michael Ginsborg, David Godbold, Andrew Grassie, John Greenwood, Oliver Herring, Paul Huxley, Bill Jacobson, Marc Jennings, Melanie Manchot and Mark Wright

Related publication: Fusion

The Thames (North, South Divide), collaged British road maps, 2000

Publications & Catalogues

Fusion

Rhodes + Mann, London UK

Softback

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Fusion

Solo Exhibitions

Up North

Projection Window, Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK

15 - 22 April 2000

Layla Curtis was commissioned by Site Gallery to make a new work for their Projection Window. 

Reviews

The Office of Misplaced Events

Deborah Schultz, Art Monthly

February 2000

page 31 - 32

1999

Group Exhibitions

The Office of Misplaced Events
(Temporary Annexe)

Lotta Hammer, London, UK

19 November 1999 onwards

Curated by Simon Morrissey

Artists: Anna Barriball, Martin Boyce, Christopher Bucklow, Layla Curtis, Sarah Dobai, On Kawara, Michael Kruger, Rachel Lowe, Mike Nelson, Joao Penalva, mike Ricketts, Simon Starling, Richard Wilson

United European Union, collaged EU road maps, 1999

Reviews

New Contemporaries

David Barrett, Art Monthly

November 1999

pages 30 - 32

Group Exhibitions

Newcontemporaries99

Exchange Flags, Liverpool Biennial

24 September - 7 November 1999

Touring to Milch, London, UK

Selectors: Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Keith Tyson, Susan Hiller

Artists: Athanasios Argianas, Charlie Birch, David Blandy, Cleo Broda, K.R. Buxey, Louise Camrass, Kentaro Chiba, Ben Cook, Richard Cuerden, Andrew Currie, Layla Curtis, Jane Fox, Clare Gasson, Jana Haldrich, David Harding, Julie Henry, Ian Kiaer, Natasha Kidd, Nick Laessing, Kenny Macleod, Stefanie Marshall, Tim Meara, Nathaniel Mellors, Luke Oxley, Katie Pratt, Peter Richards, Gaylie Runciman, D.J. Simpson, Louise Spence, Jayne Stokes, Francis Summers, Julian Walker, Nicole Wermers

Related publication: Newcontemporaries99

United Kingdom of Japan, collaged Japanese road maps, 1999

Publications & Catalogues

newcontemporaries99

Edited by Bev Bytheway

Publisher: New Contemporaries

Softback
Colour illustrations

Designed by Axis Graphics

ISBN 0 9515556 8 5

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Newcontemporaries99

Publications & Catalogues

AIAV Residence Support Program 1998
Document

AIAV

Softback 
32 pages
Colour images

Publication documents the work of five artists in residence at Akiyoshidai International Art Village, Japan, 1998 - 1999. 

Solo Exhibitions

Mapping

AIAV, Akiyoshidai, Japan

9 - 10 January 1999

Layla Curtis will show new work made during her residency at Akiyoshidai international Art village

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