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Director’s Talk: Amalia Pica at Chisenhale

Amalia Pica, 2008, Tableau vivant by two actors that had never met efore holding a string of bunting for hours at a time. Installation view. Artis Den Bosch, NL, 2008. Courtesy Herald St, London, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, and Diana Stigter, Amsterdam
Amalia Pica, 2008, Tableau vivant by two actors that had never met efore holding a string of bunting for hours at a time. Installation view. Artis Den Bosch, NL, 2008. Courtesy Herald St, London, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, and Diana Stigter, Amsterdam

30 June 2012

13.00—14.00

All Members, Director's Talk

Chisenhale Gallery
64 Chisenhale Road
London, E3 5QZ

FREE

Chisenhale Gallery presents a solo exhibition by Amalia Pica, featuring newly commissioned works across sculpture, photography, installation and performance. The exhibition elaborates upon Pica’s ongoing interest in the social act of listening, sites of collective celebration and historical technologies of mass communication. Pica describes her exhibitions as a conversation between the various works.

Join Contemporary Art Society Director Paul Hobson for a special tour of the exhibition.

Amalia Pica (born 1978, Argentina) lives and works in London. Recent solo exhibitions include Marc Foxx Gallery, New York (2011); C-sale, Malmo Konsthall, Sweden (2010); Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam (2010). Pica was one of the participating artists in the 54th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale (2011) and will also be included in The Generational 2012 at The New Museum, New York. Pica was recently announced as a recipient of The Paul Hamlyn Foundation 2011 Visual Arts Award.

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