Artist Talk: Anne Hardy

NEPN, in partnership with Newcastle University, is pleased to welcome artist Anne Hardy, to Newcastle to speak about her work and career on Tuesday 8 November at 6.00pm at Lecture Theatre 1, Herschel Building, Newcastle University Campus, Newcastle upon Tyne (directly opposite Haymarket metro station).

The talk will start at 6.00pm prompt in the lecture theatre and will be followed by drinks and informal conversation in the Student Cafe, 2nd floor of the Fine Art building (a short walk across campus).

This is a free talk, programmed in partnership with Newcastle University.

Anne Hardy lives and works in London. Her work includes sculptural installation, photography and audio.

“Hardy’s environments, whether presented as photographic record or as an accessible space, are filled with the absence of performative acts, each with their own gnomic, disconcerting purpose, however approachable the residual things seem to be”

 David Rhodes, ArtForum, ‘Anne Hardy’ 05.13.13

Solo Exhibitions include: FIELD, Modern Art Oxford, 2015/16; TWIN FIELDS, The Common Guild, Glasgow, 2015; rrmmmph, huooghg, op, mmmuuoow, ip , FIG-2, ICA studio, London 2015; Fieldworks, Kunstverein Freiburg, 2014; Vienna Secession, 2012; Maureen Paley, 2013; New Acquisitions from the Arts Council Collection 2010, Anne Hardy — Recent Work, Project Space, Longside Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park (2010). In 2012 an artist book, Anne Hardy ‘Secession’, was published to accompany her exhibition at the Vienna Secession and TWIN FIELDS, FIELD, Fieldworks was published in 2016 by Dent-de-Leone and The Common Guild.

Her work has been included in exhibitions both in the UK and internationally, including Mirrorcity at The Hayward Gallery, London (2014). In 2011 Hardy had an Artist’s Residency at Camden Arts Centre and in 2014 an artist residency, ‘Live in the Studio’, to develop a live performance work, at Modern Art Oxford.

Anne Hardy is represented by Maureen Paley, London.

http://anne-hardy.co.uk 

Image: Anne Hardy “Two Joined Fields”, sculptural installation with audio, 2013/4 (interior view) ©Anne Hardy, courtesy the artist and Maureen Paley, London.

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