Until 5 June
Hans-Peter Feldmann rose to prominence in the early 1970s, earning
worldwide acclaim for his expansive and encyclopedic photographic series.
Often presented in the form of books, posters, postcards and installations,
these collections link Feldmann's life-long fascination with collecting
elements of visual culture. His exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery is his
first solo presentation in a London public gallery.
10am–6pm daily, admission free
London W2 3XA
Tuesday 24 April 2012
occasion of his exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery, artist Hans-Peter
Feldmann talks about his work with the Gallery's Co-Director, Hans Ulrich
Obrist at Victoria & Albert Museum.
Hochhauser Auditorium, Sackler Centre
The Victoria &
London SW7 2RL
available from the Victoria & Albert Museum Box Office: +44 (0)20 7942
Conference with Homi Bhabha
Anxiety and Security: the Problem of Speech and Action in Our Time
Friday 27–Saturday 28 April 2012
Gallery is hosting a two-day conference exploring key works by poet W.H.
Auden and political theorist Hannah Arendt. Led by internationally-renowned
Harvard academic Homi Bhabha, participants will investigate Auden's The
Age of Anxiety and Arendt's prolific oeuvre. The links between the
authors, the relevance of poetry and the wider issue of security will be
Maria Aristodemou, Homi Bhabha, Eleanor
Bron, Costas Douzinas, Andrea Geyer, Susannah Gottlieb, Oscar
Guardiola-Rivera, Hugh Haughton, Jill Johnson, William Kentridge, Gustav
Metzger, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Patricia Tuitt.
Birkbeck, University of London
London WC1E 7HX
This event is now fully booked. A waiting list is
available at www.anxietyandsecurity.eventbrite.co.uk.
Please check www.serpentinegallery.org
for further information on an online broadcast of the event.
Saturday 28 April: 10am–7pm
London Cinema Premiere
Emily Wardill's Fulll
Thursday 26 April 2012
Written and directed by
award-winning artist and filmmaker Emily Wardill, Fulll Firearms
presents the story of Imelda, a woman haunted by the victims of the guns
sold by her father's company. Imelda uses her inheritance to build a house
for the ghosts to inhabit. When squatters move in, she is convinced these
are the ghosts who have been haunting her. Conveying themes of displacement
and storytelling, Wardill's film examines conditions of precariousness in
society and how these affect people's relationships with each other.
270 Mare Street
London E8 1HE
7pm Film starts
Tickets available from
Hackney Picturehouse or www.picturehouses.co.uk
+44 (0)871 902 5734