Gwacheon, South Korea
6th February - 31st March 2017
Gallery of Fine Arts Ostrava
Ostrava, Czech Republic
25th January-26th March 2017
THE FINE ART SOCIETY, LONDON
6th-28th February 2017
Phoebe Boswell, Eileen Cooper, Jennifer Durrant, Vanessa Jackson, Annie Kevans, Susie MacMurray, Annie Morris, Ishbel Myerscough, Cathie Pilkington, Geraldine Swayne, Bettina Von Zwehl, Caroline Walker
LIN & LIN GALLERY
18th March-30th April 2017
Caroline Walker's work will be featured in the forthcoming Phaidon book on contemporary painting VITAMIN P3.
Released on October 24th 2016 : Now available to pre-order on the Phaidon website
THIS IS TOMORROW
Dr Rina Arya in Conversation with Caroline Walker
Available to read online at:
PARTERRE DE ROIS MAGAZINE
Images and an interview with Caroline Walker in the latest issue, themed around the idea of 'Happiness'. For further information and stockists: www.parterrederois.com
A Brush with the Real presents a survey of key contemporary artists who have each embraced painting and are working within a realist tradition. Through individual interviews the book peers into the life and work of each of these artists, discussing their methods, motives and sources, from art history to the internet and the language of film. The book celebrates the work of 51 artists who are each taking the medium in a new direction: from those who work with appropriation and found images, to those trying to get as close as possible to contemporary reality and first-hand experience, to artists who are simply using painting as a door to parallel or imaginary worlds.
The book makes the argument that, since perhaps the early Renaissance, the role fulfilled by painting has never been so vital or timely: in our image-saturated culture, digital technology has given painting and its slow, full-resolution images a new lease of life.
About the Author
Marc Valli is the founder of the retail and book-selling company Magma as well as the magazines Graphic and Elephant. His books include RGB: Reviewing Graphics in Britain, Walk the Line and Microworlds (also with Margherita Dessanay).
Margherita Dessanay graduated from the University of Cagliari with a degree in the History of Art before studying for an MA in Contemporary Art Theory at Goldsmithís, University of London. She writes regularly for Elephant magazine and has co-written a number of books, including Itís A Stick Up! and Stencil Republic.
Published by Laurence King March 2014
320 colour illustrations, 320 pages, 280 x 216 mm
Published with Anomie Publishing, July 2013
The artistís first monograph, In Every Dream Home, features texts by Marco Livingstone and Jane Neal, an interview by Matt Price, and is illustrated by over fifty paintings, oil sketches and ink drawings. The publication is made in conjunction with the exhibition 'In Every Dream Home' at Pitzhanger Manor Gallery, with generous support from The Valerie Beston Artist's Trust, ProjectB Gallery, Milan and Ivan Gallery, Bucharest.