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Fiona Banner’s solo show at 1301PE, LA until 9/Apr

Image: An installation shot of Fiona Banner’s 2003 show at 1301PE

For this exhibition at 1301PE, Fiona Banner is utilising ‘imagery of the Chinook helicopter, playing with the viewer’s memory to recollect the menacing context in which we know this strange bird, universally inspiring visions of war that many of us have only seen in the movies’.   For more information about this exhibition click here.

Fiona Banner has produced two editions for The Multiple Store, TABLE STOPS and Book: 1/1 (images below) both available for sale on this website.

 

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‘Every Word Unmade’ by Fiona Banner at the David Roberts Foundation (29/Jan–5/Mar)

As part of an ongoing curatorial series, the David Roberts Foundation will show Study #13 featuring several works by Fiona Banner including ‘Every Word Unmade’ a series of 26 metre-high neon letters, together comprising an upper-case alphabet, hand made by Banner in 2007. This is the first presentation of ‘Every Word Unmade’ in London and is accompanied by a selection of Banner’s works using language and light. For more information click here to access the David Roberts Foundation website.

Fiona Banner has produced two editions for The Multiple Store, TABLE STOPS and Book: 1/1 both available for sale on this website.

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Fiona Banner will participate in the Arts Festival marking the 950 anniversary of the battle of Hastings

Fiona Banner will participate in the Arts Festival marking the 950 anniversary of the battle of Hastings with an exhibition of her recent work at De La Warr pavilion in Bexhill.  Banner has previously responded to the Norman invasion with a 2010 wall-drawing,  titled 1066 (pictured above – PICTURE CREDIT: HEATHCLIFF O’MALLE).

The festival will also feature the premiere of When Cultures Collide: A Community Opera, a new work coordinated by Battle Arts and Music Festival and Glyndebourne Opera and a performance by Wildworks Theatre Company inspired by the Domesday Book. To read more click here.

Fiona Banner has produced two editions for The Multiple Store, TABLE STOPS and Book: 1/1 (images below) both available for sale on this website.

Fiona Banner: Table Stops
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New solo exhibitions by Fiona Banner this autumn in London and Birmingham

At Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery from 10th October 2015  to 17th January 2016, Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling, is the most comprehensive exhibition of Fiona Banner’s work to date, re-presenting key early projects alongside recent and unseen works that span a period of 25 years.This exhibition is accompanied by a major new artist’s book of the same title.  “It is not a survey – more of an anti-survey,” says the artist, “A survey suggests something objective, historical, and fixed. This is subjective; nothing else is possible.” Throughout the exhibition Banner revisits her work with intensity and humour.  Click here to read more.

In London, Fiona Banner will be showing  FONT at the Frith Street Gallery from 18th September to 31st October. Font, a new type of font that the artist has created, was conceived during the artist’s attempt to survey her practice, in preparation for this exhibition and her first survey exhibition, forthcoming at Ikon, Birmingham. She deploys it as the font for the Ikon exhibition and it appears here, forming a link between the two. Click here to read more.

Fiona Banner has produced two editions for The Multiple Store, TABLE STOPS and Book: 1/1 (images below) both available for sale on this website.

Fiona Banner: Table Stops
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Stamp Out Photographie: Fiona Banner Selects From The V-A-C Collection at the Whitechapel Gallery, London

‘Stamp Out Photographie’, Fiona Banner’s selection of works from Moscow’s V-A-C Collection Of Art focuses on the line between painting and photography and it is on display at the Whitechapel Gallery until the 8th of March (free entry). Banner’s selection includes Warhol’s screen-prints, an optical black & white painting by Bridget Riley and one of Gerhard Richter’s celebrated hyper-realist paintings: the just-out-of-focus Kerze, work pictured here from the Whitechapel Gallery website where you can find more information about this exhibit.

Fiona Banner has produced two editions for The Multiple Store, TABLE STOPS and Book: 1/1 both available for sale on this website.

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