MONACO MAGAZINE: ISSUE 4
PAUL SIMON RICHARDS
cover by Babak Ghazi
edited by Katie Guggenheim
JENNIFER BAILEY. b/1984. Lives and works in Glasgow.
CATHERINE BORRA is a curator and writer based in London. In 2010, she curated the Against Gravity programme for the ICA, London; previously she was the director of Supercream.org.uk, and a founding member of The Centre of the Universe, a nomadic project space.
OSCAR CARLSON. email@example.com
based in Stockholm, Frankfurt and LA
OLIVIER CASTEL. Olivier Castel has used the names Côme Ciment, Giorgio Silverio, Sofia Coppola and Olivier Castel and various other names for various projects.
DANIELLE DEAN. Born in Alabama in 1982. Lives and works in Los Angeles and London.
SARAH ELLIOTT (b. 1986 Juneau, Alaska) is my friend and at one time was sort of my lover. She asks a lot of questions. She has done things in London that are unclear to me and I have seen her naked.
BABAK GHAZI. In accordance with the artist's wishes, neither a biography nor a bibliography is published here.
DOMINIQUE HURTH is a visual artist based in Berlin, currently researcher in Fine Art at the Jan Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht (NL). In her sculptural installations and her texts, she explores historical narratives that are present in localities, words and images. www.dominiquehurth.com.
ATALYA LAUFER was born in Kibbutz Hazorea and studied art in London and Berlin. She currently considers following Fanny Lewald (1811-1889), an almost forgotten, prolific German writer of novels, novellas, short stories, travelogues, letters and political essays, whose resemblance to her own family struck the initial chord and interest in her.
EDDIE PEAKE. (born 1981) lives and works in London where he has exhibited widely. His work encompasses many different media and his website is www.eddiepeake.com. He has a forthcoming solo show at Mihai Nicodim, Los Angeles, in December 2011.
RACHEL PIMM lives and works in London, where she is currently working towards her MFA at Goldsmiths. Rachel was a co-founder of the artist run project space, Auto Italia, and more recently works producing features for The Ideal Home Show.
PAUL SIMON RICHARDS is an artist who lives and works in London. His work (which takes various forms including film, objects and text) has recently tended to talk quite sensitively about the way that men deal with (or don't deal with) conflict – with particular focus on the way that men approach the micromanagement of things which lead up to the revealing of anger. Furthermore his work often refers to elements, objets and forces, which are slightly out of reach. Richards is currently undertaking research for two film projects, one which looks at the writing or 'booking' of professional wrestling and the other which involves bullying and Nigerian cinema.
MANUEL SHVARTZBERG was a leading architect of the Turner Contemporary gallery in Margate and other projects for David Chipperfield Architects, and is a founding member of the art/architecture collective Hunter & Gatherer. He is currently a Masters candidate and teacher for the MA in Aesthetics and Politics in CalArts, Los Angeles.
CHARLES VEYRON was born in 1982 in Paris.
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Wednesday 23 November 2011, 7-9pm
With work by Jennifer Bailey, Catherine Borra, Olivier Castel, Charles Veyron and Alexander Voice.
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