Anne Tallentire

Anne Tallentire

“Anne Tallentire is a queen of anti-spectacle…yet on closer inspection, her art crackles with political fire, operating as a ferocious interrogation of social justice and civic space.”

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Tallentire studied printmaking part-time at the School of Visual Arts, New York, 1983 and postgraduate Fine Art Media at the Slade 1986 – 1888. From the early 1990’s until 2013 she taught at Central Saint Martins where she was conferred Professor Emerita in 2015. Her work is represented in collections including, The British Council, IMMA, Dublin, Government Art Collection and The Arts Council, Ireland. She is a member of Aosdána and was on the selection panel for the Platform Commissions for the 39th EVA International with Merve Elveren and Matt Packer in 2020.

Recent solo exhibitions and commissions include Grazer Kunstverein, 14-18 NOW, Derry/Londonderry’s Nerve Centre and Hollybush Gardens. Recent group shows include TULCA, Galway; ARCO, Madrid; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; Tate Liverpool, Liverpool; Flat Time House, London and Techniki Muzej, Zagreb. Forthcoming solo shows at the MAC, Belfast and John Hansard Gallery, Southampton.

Selected solo exhibitions include As happens, Hollybush Gardens, London, 2020; Plan (…), Grazer Kunstverein, Graz, Austria, 2018; Trailer: Itinerary, (work seth-tallentire), Hollybush Gardens, London; 2018; Shelter, Nerve Centre Gallery Eighty81, Derry/Londonderry 2016; Ulster Museum, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 2016 and Fab Lab, Limerick, Ireland, 2016; As Far As, Hollybush Gardens, London, 2016; Drift: diagram xiii, Hollybush Gardens, London, 2012; Telling it and other works, Picture This, Bristol, 2011; This and Other Things, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland, 2010. Instances, (representing Ireland) Venice Biennale, 1999.

Selected group exhibitions, screenings and performances include Extrospection, Pi Artworks, London, 2020; The Law is a white Dog, TULCA, Galway, 2020; Counter Acts, Lethaby Gallery, Central Saint Martins, London, 2019; And the days run away like wild horses over the hills, Scoil, Lorcain, Eaton Square, Seapoint, Dublin, 2019; Taking Up Space, Government Art Collection, London, 2018; Every Object is a thing but not every thing is an object, Hollybush Gardens, London, 2018; Truth: 24 Frames Per Second, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, USA, 2017; Present (work-seth/tallentire), Manifesto 3 (… instead of partial object), Hollybush Gardens, London, 2017; Diagonal diagram of dispersed documents by Material Conjectures, Art Lacuna, London, 2017; Plucking Feathers and Precarious Pleasures, Westminster Waste, London, 2016; Screening, Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai, 2015; Studio (work-seth/tallentire), Hollybush Gardens, London, 2015; Still we work, Photographers’ Gallery, Dublin; The Hub, Limerick City Art Gallery, Limerick and touring (cat.), Winter Garden, Flat Time House, London, 2015; Keywords: Art, Culture and Society in 1980’s Britain, Tate Liverpool, 2014; 474: document | work | space, IMMA/IADT, The Drawing Project, 2014; Dun Laoghaire At-your-service, Technicki Muzej, Zagreb, Croatia, 2014; Object of a life, (with Chris Fite-Wassilak and Lucia Pietroiusti), staged at Large Glass, London, 2014.

Anne Tallentire’s unique, virtual private studio visit will run approximately 1 hour. The visit will consist of the following:

Teleconference into Tallentire’s studio. She will discuss her work, such as upcoming, current and past exhibitions and projects, and some influences related to her artistic practice, conceptual framework and process.

You might view some documentation, videos, readings, or do some remote desktop sharing related to her work or ongoing research. Take a look at her workspace and perhaps even some works in progress.

For virtual visits, after selecting an available date and time, and upon your Booking Request being accepted by the artist, you will receive an email with a unique link to Google Meet, Skype or Zoom where Anne Tallentire will be hosting his live virtual studio visit with you.

Cancellation policy – Any studio visit can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the studio visit starts.

Please note, Booking Requests may take up to 48 hours for confirmation by the artist. Your payment will not be taken until your Booking Request is confirmed. If you would like to make a Booking that will take place within 48 hours, you may do so however it is at the discretion of the artist to confirm in time.

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