Past Events & Exhibitions

 


Bureau works internationally with represented and invited artists at varying career stages to provide a platform and context for dynamic and innovative contemporary visual practice. The gallery premieres and commissions new work across a variety of media and presentation formats, both on and off site. Bureau’s exhibition programme is complemented by screenings, talks and performance events, alongside international collaborations, exchange and residency projects. The gallery further supports artists’ practice through publishing initiatives, and participation in art fairs.


The archive below lists all previous exhibitions and events.

 


Events & Exhibitions

PrintROOM (A collection of artists’ publications & poster projects)

Featuring Tony Garifalakis, Jeroen Jongeleen, Modern: Markus Rummens & Jorn de Vries. Bureau continues to show dynamic, exciting and experimental work by emerging international artists, and is proud to present PrintROOM, a project by Karin de Jong, alongside an exhibition of work by Tony Garifalakis, Jeroen Jongeleen and Modern: Markus Rummens & Jorn de Vries.
27 May 2006 to 08 July 2006

Artist's Talk - Can Altay

Bureau is pleased to host a talk with Turkish artist Can Altay; the first presentation he has given of his work in the UK. An architect, artist, designer and scholar, Can Altay is interested in unorthodox appropriations of the built environment. Influenced by Georges Bataille's ideas on transgression, Michel Foucault's ideas on power and non-normativity, and Henri Lefebvre's conceptions of social space, as well as by art history, Altay approaches his subject matter from a number of discursive directions.
25 March 2006 (15:00 - 17:00)

Imperial - Seb Patane

Bureau launches with 'Imperial', the first solo show for Italian-born artist Seb Patane, currently short-listed for Beck’s Futures 2006. Patane’s work consists of interventions with different audio-visual sources, found either by chance or actively researched. News cuttings, photographs, prints, records, sound samples and stories shape a body of work consisting of drawings, installations, sculptures and sound pieces.
18 March 2006 to 29 April 2006