British photographer, Rankin has selected Keith Coventry to take part in the charity auction ‘It’s Glam Up North’ that he has organised for Claire House Children’s Hospice. The Liverpool based charity focusses on care for disabled or critically ill children and works with families to ensure there are positive memories to reflect on and professional support. The auction will take place on the 1st floor of the National Museum of Liverpool in July 2016.
Pieces by Keith Coventry, Adam Pendleton and Zhao Yao will be featured in Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915 – 2015, opening on 15 January 2015. With over 100 works, this major exhibition will bring together film, photographs, paintings and sculptures to trace the history of abstraction. For more information on the exhibition, please click here.
Keith Coventry's work ‘Aylesbury Estate’ will support the reopening of the Turps Art School in South London. The work is part of Coventry’s Estate series, which recalls Kasimir Malevich’s graphic suprematist paintings but actually represents the layouts of British public housing estates. Turps Art School was originally founded in 2012 in Bermondsey and offers affordable artist-led studio courses that focus on painting. “When I was told its new premises were based on the Aylesbury Estate,
Keith Coventry’s Crack City works will be included in a group show at the Nottingham Contemporary. The exhibition is titled ‘Somewhat Abstract’ and is curated by Alex Farquarson. It will be running from 12th April - 29th June 2014. Next May, one of Keith Coventry’s Kebab sculptures will be on view at Perry Green of The Henry Moore Foundation in the context of the exhibition, Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art. The exhibition will explore the legacy of the British sculptor Hen
Pace is pleased to announce its participation in Frieze, taking place at Regent’s Park, in London, UK from 17 – 20 October 2013. The gallery’s stand (G8) will include a selection of paintings, works on paper, sculptures, photographs, video, and multimedia works spanning over 50 years from the 1950s to the present. Pace presentation will feature a selection of works by Lucas Arruda, Yto Barrada, Alexander Calder, Brian Clarke, Chuck Close, George Condo, Keith Coventry, Jim Dine, James Franco,