UPDATED 10.06.13: DEMAND AND SUPPLY / LISTE 18 / BASEL
Commissioned by Nathaniel Pitt / De Appel Gallerists Program to make work for Liste 18 art fair, Hutchison responds with Demand & Supply - a situational work that questions the expected roles of gallerist, artist and collector in the process of art production. Read more here
UPDATED 16.05.13: SOME 50 MILES OF CONCRETE PAVEMENT / ART AMALGAMATED / NYC
A collaboration with David Birkin. For the period of this project, Hutchison and Birkin worked in geographical isolation: one in the US, the other in the UK. Through sculpture, video, sound, text and photography, the exhibition documents the complications of this virtual exchange, and their efforts to meet, both physically and ideologically, and to bridge the ocean between them. Read an interview here
UPDATED 18.04.13: DESIGN BEYOND PRODUCTION / Z33 / HASSELT
ERRATUM ® opens in a museum show that queries the position of the maker in a production process. The work features alongside Tal Erez, Tobias Revell and Harun Farocki. Read more here
UPDATED 18.02.13: THIRD TEXT REVIEW / ARTISTS PAGES
Jeremy has been commissioned by Third Text journal to create the artist's pages for the forthcoming edition, Third Text 121. This will feature a new work Everything's Possible, Everybody's free (the human form in the age of digital reason). Third Text 121 will be available in the Spring.
UPDATED 17.02.13: ERRATUM ® / ART DUBAI
ERRATUM ® has been invited to Art Dubai. Running from 20-23 March 2013, the work will be installed in the DXB bookstore.
UPDATED 16.02.13: SMALL HICCUPS IN MEANING / GRAND UNION, BIRMINGHAM
Opening in June, a new work will feature in a group show curated by George Vasey at Grand Union Gallery in Birmingham. The exhibition circulates around the notion of 'language as a virus', or speech that has become diseased. Other artists inclde Charlie Woolley, Leah Lovett, Sion Parkinson, Holly Pester, Erica Scourti and Simon Senn.
UPDATED 12.02.13: COLLABORATIVE SHOW / ART AMALGAMATED, NYC
Jeremy is teaming up with David Birkin to develop a new installation for NYC Frieze week in May. The work will be exhibited for a 4-week period at Art Amalgamated project space in Chelsea, NYC. More details to follow.
UPDATED 01.02.13: PUBLICA 13 / SCULPTURE BIENNALE, NEW DELHI
SeeSaw - a new site-specific sculpture commissioned by Floodlight Foundation - is unveiled in Delhi as part of the Publica 13 sculpture biennale. Launched during the India Art Fair, Publica 13 brings new work to a combination outdoor and indoor venues across Delhi, including historic sites, parks, shopping malls and museums.
UPDATED 17.01.13: POINTS OF DEPARTURE / RAMALLAH, WEST BANK
Fabrications - a new installation commissioned by Delfina Foundation & British Council, opens at Al-Mahatta Gallery in Ramallah. Featuring in a group show curated by Rebecca Heald, it is shown alongside works by Olivia Plender, Nathan Witt, Jumana Emil Abboud, Bisan Abu Eisheh and Bashar Hroub. It will travel to London's ICA in May 2013.
UPDATED 14.01.13: ARTISTS TALK / PARADISE ROW, LONDON
Jeremy will discuss ERRATUM ® with Isobel Harbison (independent curator, writer for frieze, Kaleidoscope, Modern Painters) and Nick Hackworth, director of Paradise Row.
UPDATED 17.12.12: ERRATUM / PARADISE ROW, LONDON
ERRATUM ® opens: Paradise Row Gallery is transformed into the pop-up boutique of a dysfunctional luxury store.
UPDATED 10.10.12: THE FUTURE CAN WAIT / SAATCHI NEW SENSATIONS, LONDON
The Captive - a new installation - opens at an annual Frieze week showcase of the UK's most prominent emerging talent. Other artists include Jamie Shovlin, Gavin Nolan and Nika Neelova.
UPDATED 12.10.12: ALTER / VEGAS GALLERY, LONDON
AND/OR - a new installation - opens at ALTER: an exhibition of London's best unrepresented talent.
UPDATED 20.09.12: ARTIST'S TALK / AL-MAHATTA GALLERY, WEST BANK
Public talk. Combining text, sound, sculpture and video, Jeremy will investigate the subject of Common Sense.
UPDATED 12.06.12: SOLO SHOW / PARADISE ROW, LONDON
Opening on December 4th, Paradise Row will host ERRATUM ®, Jeremy's first solo show in London. Details to follow.
UPDATED 26.05.12: DELFINA FOUNDATION / ART SCHOOL PALESTINE
Jeremy is selected by Delfina Foundation and ArtSchool Palestine for Points of Departure, a 3-month residency in the West Bank. Other artists selected from the UK were: Olivia Plender and Nathan Witt, and curator Rebecca Heald. From Palestine: curator Mirna Bamieh and artists Jumana Emil Abboud, Bisan Abu Eisheh and Bashar Hroub. The judging panel included Gregor Muir (Director, ICA), Khalil Rabah (artist), and Eline Van Der Vlist (independent curator). The residencies will take place this summer and culminate in a touring exhibition in Jerusalem and the Insitute of Contemporary Arts, London.
UPDATED 26.05.12: ERRATICA / CORRETGER 5, BARCELONA
'Err' is included in group show curated by Valentina Montero and Zoe Marden. The exhibition explores the role of error in undressing cultural and economic paradigms. Participating artists include Daniela Ortiz de Zevallo, Paloma Villalobos and Valentina Montero. Until 20th June.
UPDATED 24.04.12: SOLENT SHOWCASE, SOUTHAMPTON
Opening 17th May, 'The English Tourist and the Oslo Agreement' will be included in a group show entitled 'Change the World or Go Home'. Featured artists include Mark Titchener, Kitty Clark and Jeremy Deller.
UPDATED 20.02.12: NASSAUISCHER KUNSTVEREIN WIESBADEN, GERMANY
'Err' is included in group show at the Nassauischer Kunstverein in Wiesbaden called 'Keeping Up Appearances.' Curated by Elke Gruhn and Sara Stehr, the exhibition examines reality as a socially-constructed phenomenon. It opens on 17th March, and runs until 6th May. Participating artists include Erik Blinderman & Lisa Rave, Matt Golden, Jeremy Hutchison, I. Helen Jilavu, Oliver Laric, Lech Majewski, Jenny Michel, Adrian Paci, Wilfredo Prieto, Susa Templin, Robert Voit, Katrin Wegemann and Ken & Julia Yonetani.
UPDATED 18.02.12: COLLABORATORS 3 @ ROOM ARTSPACE
Jeremy is invited to show a new piece, 'Winning Ticket' at the Room Artspace biannual group show, Collaborators. The exhibition is designed to showcase emerging artists alongside critically-acclaimed names. The exhibition opens on 28th March, and runs until 5th May. Participating artists include Ambrosine Allen, Alexandra Hughes, Andrew Curtis, Andro Semeiko, Antoni Malinowski, Amikam Toren, Ben Buchanan, Billy Macrae, Bruce Allan, Carolyn Bunt, Chris Shaw Hughes, Darren Harvey-Regan, Diana Taylor, Emma Stibbon, Gordon Cheung, Greta Alfaro, Ian Whittlesea, Jane Prophet, Jane Ward, Jeremy Hutchison, Jodie Carey, Juliette Losq, Lesley Punton, Mahali OHare, Rachel Thorlby, Rowena Hughes, Simon Liddiment, Stephen Bell, Sophie Molins, Stephen Williams, Studio Glithero, Tom Hackney and Tom Wolseley.
UPDATED 12.02.12: FUTURE EVERYTHING, MANCHESTER
The installation 'EXTRA! EXTRA!' has been selected for FutureEverything, an annual festival of art, music and ideas hosted in Manchester, UK. The festival is held over four days at various venues across the city and includes a conference that takes place at the Museum of Science and Industry. FutureEverything 2012 is held between 16-19 May.
UPDATED 09.02.12: DELFINA FOUNDATION, LONDON
Jeremy is shortlisted by Delfina Foundation to participate in a 2-month residency at the Agence Algerienne pour le Rayonnement Culturelle, in Algiers. The residency will take place this summer.
UPDATED 03.02.12: ACOUSTIC MIRRORS, ZABLUDOWICZ COLLECTION
A weekend of events and live radio broadcast organised by curating students from the Royal College of Art and Goldsmiths. Acoustic Mirrors takes as its starting point the question of how we experience an artwork conceptually and physically when we haven't seen it. Jeremy will be showing a new work, entitled Ad-vert.
UPDATED 20.01.12: ARTLICKS MAGAZINE
The photographic series 'Tourist Attraction: 32 images of an English Tourist in West Bengal' is published in Artlicks magazine. The feature includes an interview with Kriti Kapila, Professor of Social Anthropology at Kings College, London.
UPDATED 14.01.12: CHINESE ARTS CENTRE, MANCHESTER
The installation 'Err' opens at the Chinese Arts Centre in Manchester. Between January and May this year, the installation will be presented in the First Step Showcase, the museum's platform for emerging artists.
UPDATED 15.12.11: THE ART FOUNDATION, ATHENS
'The Road to Jerusalem' has been selected to be shown at The Art Foundation, Athens. The exhibition - entitled 'Things' - explores the imaginative and creative qualities inherent in the world of things that surround us. Inanimate things come to life, act on their own accord, invade our space and appropriate it, bringing forward the poetic dimension of the everyday. Exhibition runs from 19th March until 6th May.
UPDATED 20.11.11: JERWOOD MAKERS OPEN PRIZE
Jeremy is shortlisted for the Jerwood Makers Open, an initiative designed to support and showcase emerging artists. This annual exhibition series offers significant bursaries to four makers to create new works, which are then exhibited as part of the Jerwood Visual Arts programme.
UPDATED 20.10.11: CATLIN ART PRIZE
Jeremy is shortlisted for the Catlin Art Prize. Established in 2007, the 5k prize recognises & supports the development of recent art graduates in the UK.
UPDATED 10.10.11: SAATCHI NEW SENSATIONS
Jeremy is selected for Saatchi New Sensations at Victoria House, London. Coinciding with the Frieze art fair, 'the New Sensations Prize was launched in 2007 to find the most imaginative and talented artists graduating in the UK'. The judges for the 2011 New Sensations Prize are the artists Hew Locke and Chantal Joffe; Kate Bush, Head of Barbican Art Galleries; Tabitha Jackson, Commissioning Editor, Arts, Channel 4; Tony Chambers, editor-in-chief, Wallpaper magazine; and Rebecca Wilson, associate director of the Saatchi Gallery.
UPDATED 25.08.11: EXTRA! EXTRA! SOUTHBANK CENTRE
This weekend, the SouthBank Centre will be overwhelmed with Evening Standard sandwich boards. But rather than carrying the usual headlines about celebrity sensations and economic turmoil, they will be covered in the mundane, comic, nonsensical status updates of Facebook users, and passers-by. Commissioned as part of the Festival of Britain and located outside the Hayward Gallery, this new installation allows ordinary people to turn their lives into the breaking news of a major media source. Members of the public can tell their news to the Evening Standard signwriter and he'll write it straight onto an official ES poster. It's as if Twitter had invaded the Evening Standard HQ.
UPDATED 30.07.11: DOWNSTAIRS GALLERY
Opening 10th September, 'The English Tourist and the Oslo Agreement' will be included in a group show entitled 'Change the World or Go Home'. Featured artists include Mark Titchener, Kitty Clark and Jeremy Deller.
UPDATED 10.07.11: VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM
'Err' is selected for the V&A LATES event at the end of August. Taking design as its axis, the event will encourage people to create prototypes, to redesign and rework famous failed design projects. A 'speakers corner' will allow visitors to vent their design frustrations, offering alternatives and redesigns.
UPDATED 07.07.11: THE PAVEMENT & THE BEACH @ PARADISE ROW
'Err' is exhibited in a group show curated by Guillaume Paris and Mick Finch. This exhibition is a reflection on the historical shift that has undercut the utopian hopes encapsulated in the slogans of May '68. Featured artists include Jean-Michel Andre, Jesse Ash, Alex Bag, The Bernadette Corporation, Ashley Bickerton, Martha Colburn, Will Cotton, Shezad Dawood, Nooshin Farhid, Mounir Fatmi, Mick Finch, Claire Fontaine, Margarita Gluzberg, Stephen Le Priol, Edouard Leve, Peter Lewis, Guillaume Paris, Clunie Reid, SIGUI, Sol'Sax, Reena Spaulings.
UPDATED 20.06.11: THREADNEEDLE PRIZE
'Untitled (Ladder)' from the installation 'Err' is shortlisted for the Threadneedle Prize, a 25k award for emerging painters and sculptors. The winner will be announced in late September.
UPDATED 15.06.11: MA/MFA SHOW @ SLADE SCHOOL OF FINE ART
New installation 'Err' is awarded the Barto dos Santos Memorial Award, a 5k grant in memory of the former Slade professor.
UPDATED 04.06.11: HISTORY PAINTING NOW: CURATOR'S TALK / ARTISTS' Q&A
Curator Nick Hackworth will be hosting a tour of the History Painting Now exhibition which explores how contemporary artists are depicting recent history. Focusing on the imagery of war, Nick Hackworth discusses how the state patroned history painting genre has transformed into a progressive, yet ambiguous mixed-media art form. Nick Hackworth will be joined by exhibiting artists David Birkin, Tess Hurrell, Jeremy Hutchison and Sarah Pickering for a question and answer session.
UPDATED 05.05.11: HISTORY PAINTING NOW @ ART SENSUS
'Blown To Brits' will be included in a group show curated by Nick Hackworth. Other artists include Oliver Broomberg & Adam Chanarin, Sarah Pickering, David Birkin, Guillaume Paris and Tess Hurrell.
UPDATED 29.03.11: PLATFORM @ AGNEWS GALLERY
'The Pleasure Principle' will be included in a group show alongside works by John Kelly, Zebedee Jones, Matthew Radford and Sam Taylor-Wood.
UPDATED 07.02.11: HEAL'S RULES
Jeremy turns the Heal's brand identity into the iconography of a totalitarian regime. This is mass produced across a product range, and launches in Heal's stores nationwide. The new collection includes crockery, cushions, doormats, candles, notebooks, chocolate bars, shopping bags, mints.
UPDATED 23.11.10: BROWN'S FOCUS CHRISTMAS WINDOW
The Pleasure Principle: commission for the Christmas window of Brown's fashion store, 23-27 South Molton Street, London W1. This site-specific installation combines the language of economic recession with Freud's pleasure principle.
UPDATED 02.10.10: EUROPEAN CULTURAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
Jeremy is awarded a travel scholarship by the European Cultural Foundation for his work in the Middle East.
UPDATED 02.09.10: MIDDLE EAST RESIDENCY
In September 2010, Jeremy participates in the Triangle Arts Trust | Al-Mahatta Gallery Workshop. This is located in the West Bank university town of Birzeit, Palestine.
UPDATED 01.09.10: INTERVENTION IN MASS-PRODUCTION
Jeremy transforms Heal's brand identity into the language of a totalitarian regime. In April, the store itself commissions this fascistic iconography to be mass-produced. In September 2010, an entire range of designer homeware goods enters production.
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