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"Paperview" An Exhibition curated by Danny Rolph

"Paperview" An Exhibition curated by Danny Rolph
"Paperview" An Exhibition curated by Danny Rolph
PAPERVIEW
Press Preview May 28th 6pm Private View May 28th 7-9pm Exhibition May 29th – July 3rd Panel Discussion June 17th
John Jones are delighted to announce the next exhibition in the John Jones Project Space.

PAPERVIEW brings together works on paper from three renowned London based art collections, alongside a selection of emerging and established London based artists.
The featured pieces reflect curator Danny Rolph's ongoing fascination with work created on paper. His selection offers us a multitude of visual and conceptual qualities that explore our relationship with the material, paralleling Rolph’s own studio practice, where opposing ideas and sensations occupy the same space simultaneously, looking for questions through instinctive and subjective arrangements.

At a time when many galleries are reducing their exhibition programmes, PAPERVIEW celebrates the humble medium of paper by bringing together works by 75 artists from around the world.

The exhibition has been supported by John Jones to create an open discourse on both the passion and practicalities of collecting. In the current economic climate John Jones hopes to help galvanise the art market and inspire new collectors.

In recent years the market has been driven by a thirst for profit through investment. These three collections bring the focus back to the art and the curator’s obsession with paper in a perfect way to explore the collections and bring together an exhibition that highlights the importance of collecting.

A panel discussion on June 17th led by writer and critic Martin Holman will invite a panel of guests to share their experiences of developing a contemporary collection, whilst discussing ideas that link and differentiate their collecting practice.

The panel will include Danny Rolph, Elizabeth Neilson (Curator and Head of the Zabludowicz Collection), John Evans (Cofounder of the Lodeveans Collection) and Kate Jones (John Jones Art Collection).

A selection of works from the Whitechapel Gallery Limited Editions will accompany PAPERVIEW, bringing together an extensive range of artists working on different media and offering an excellent and affordable way to start a collection. Artist editions include Alex Katz, Paul McCarthy, Paul Noble and Albert Oehlen.
PRESS RELEASE
PAPERVIEW Artists:
Eri Itoi, Raqib Shaw, David Hockney, Richard Hamilton, Justin Hibbs, Danica Phelps, Felipe Jesus Consalvos, Franz Ackerman, Herman Bas, Delia Brown, Oliver Clegg, Barnaby Furnas, Wade Guyton, Christian Holstad, Anya Kielar, Kris Martin, Martin Kippenberger, Aleksandra Mir, Ian Monroe, Peggy Preheim, David Thorpe, Terry Winters, Kenji Yanobe, Lisa Yuskavage, Boakye-Yiadom, Olly Fathers,
Leigh Clarke, Dale Adcock, Elad Lassry, Maya Hewitt, David Huffman, Peter Lamb, Piers Secunda, Georgie Hopton, Francis Upritchard, Simon Bill, Michael Stubbs, Stephen Cooper, Paul Housley, Flo Pullin, Chris Daniel, Joep Overtoom, Alex Veness, Vanessa Jackson, Sacha Craddock, Dan Coombs, Chantal Joffe, Jen Weikuo, Appau Junior, Sarah Douglas, Daniel Pasteiner, Perry Roberts, Hurvin Andersen, Anna Barribal, Heiko Blankenstein, Joshua Cardoso, Fernanda Chieco, Jose Damasceno, Alan Davie, Nogah Engler, Roland Flexner, Richard Forster, David Huffman, Pauline Kraneis, Michael Landy, Julie Mehretu, Bruno Pacheco, Pjota
Jorge Queiroz, James Aldridge, Luiz Sacilotto, Sarah Strang, James Aldridge Marepe
Cooper, S.
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Rolph, Danny
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(2009) "Paperview" An Exhibition curated by Danny Rolph.

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Abstract

PAPERVIEW
Press Preview May 28th 6pm Private View May 28th 7-9pm Exhibition May 29th – July 3rd Panel Discussion June 17th
John Jones are delighted to announce the next exhibition in the John Jones Project Space.

PAPERVIEW brings together works on paper from three renowned London based art collections, alongside a selection of emerging and established London based artists.
The featured pieces reflect curator Danny Rolph's ongoing fascination with work created on paper. His selection offers us a multitude of visual and conceptual qualities that explore our relationship with the material, paralleling Rolph’s own studio practice, where opposing ideas and sensations occupy the same space simultaneously, looking for questions through instinctive and subjective arrangements.

At a time when many galleries are reducing their exhibition programmes, PAPERVIEW celebrates the humble medium of paper by bringing together works by 75 artists from around the world.

The exhibition has been supported by John Jones to create an open discourse on both the passion and practicalities of collecting. In the current economic climate John Jones hopes to help galvanise the art market and inspire new collectors.

In recent years the market has been driven by a thirst for profit through investment. These three collections bring the focus back to the art and the curator’s obsession with paper in a perfect way to explore the collections and bring together an exhibition that highlights the importance of collecting.

A panel discussion on June 17th led by writer and critic Martin Holman will invite a panel of guests to share their experiences of developing a contemporary collection, whilst discussing ideas that link and differentiate their collecting practice.

The panel will include Danny Rolph, Elizabeth Neilson (Curator and Head of the Zabludowicz Collection), John Evans (Cofounder of the Lodeveans Collection) and Kate Jones (John Jones Art Collection).

A selection of works from the Whitechapel Gallery Limited Editions will accompany PAPERVIEW, bringing together an extensive range of artists working on different media and offering an excellent and affordable way to start a collection. Artist editions include Alex Katz, Paul McCarthy, Paul Noble and Albert Oehlen.
PRESS RELEASE
PAPERVIEW Artists:
Eri Itoi, Raqib Shaw, David Hockney, Richard Hamilton, Justin Hibbs, Danica Phelps, Felipe Jesus Consalvos, Franz Ackerman, Herman Bas, Delia Brown, Oliver Clegg, Barnaby Furnas, Wade Guyton, Christian Holstad, Anya Kielar, Kris Martin, Martin Kippenberger, Aleksandra Mir, Ian Monroe, Peggy Preheim, David Thorpe, Terry Winters, Kenji Yanobe, Lisa Yuskavage, Boakye-Yiadom, Olly Fathers,
Leigh Clarke, Dale Adcock, Elad Lassry, Maya Hewitt, David Huffman, Peter Lamb, Piers Secunda, Georgie Hopton, Francis Upritchard, Simon Bill, Michael Stubbs, Stephen Cooper, Paul Housley, Flo Pullin, Chris Daniel, Joep Overtoom, Alex Veness, Vanessa Jackson, Sacha Craddock, Dan Coombs, Chantal Joffe, Jen Weikuo, Appau Junior, Sarah Douglas, Daniel Pasteiner, Perry Roberts, Hurvin Andersen, Anna Barribal, Heiko Blankenstein, Joshua Cardoso, Fernanda Chieco, Jose Damasceno, Alan Davie, Nogah Engler, Roland Flexner, Richard Forster, David Huffman, Pauline Kraneis, Michael Landy, Julie Mehretu, Bruno Pacheco, Pjota
Jorge Queiroz, James Aldridge, Luiz Sacilotto, Sarah Strang, James Aldridge Marepe

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Accepted/In Press date: 2009

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Local EPrints ID: 151013
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/151013
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Date deposited: 25 May 2010 15:11
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:56

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