Art Rotterdam Revisited at Van Kranendonk Gallery, The Hague, The Netherlands.
with Jan Koster Nicolas Wilmouth Hans van der Meer Bert Teunissen Malte Wandel Johan Nieuwenhuize
25 Jan - 1 March
Capriccio II : Van Kranendonk Gallery, The Hague, The Netherlands.
Rachel Bacon (USA), Andrea Freckmann (D), Henri Jacobs, Natascha Libbert, Jos van Merendonk,
Olphaert den Otter, Roland Schimmel, Pim Voorneman, Minnie Weisz ( UK), Nicolas Wilmouth ( FR).
6 - 9 February
Art Rotterdam : Camera Obscuras Van Kranendonk Gallery, The Hague, The Netherlands.
7 Nov - 6 January
' Inside Out' WTC Gallery, The Hague, The Netherlands
1 Nov - 30 Jan
Camera Obscura commission at the medieval City Gate-Tower of Motovun, Croatia. Turning the Tower into a camera obscura
supported by Gallerija Pet Kula, Miroslav Sutej Foundation Motovun, Croatia
2 - 6 October
Art the Hague Fair, WTC Gallery, The Hague, Netherlands.
19 Sept - 2 October
View with a Room : Julian Hartnoll Gallery, London
19 July - 21 August
View with a Room : Gallery Makina, Pula, Croatia
The Room as a Mirror to Memory and Time, Pula Film Festival 2013
Marooned landscape I / Derelict Obscura series
Jan 2013 - Jan 2014
The London Film Museum, Covent Garden : Artist in Residence
Rooms at The London Film Museum, County Hall turned into camera obscuras, and other interior tales across London.
Exhibited on the upper floor gallery at Wellington street throughout the year.
Rooms as witness and a mirror to memory and time.
THE ARTS CLIQUE - KONBINI
The London Festival of Photography : Camera Obscura - Solo show at MINNIE WEISZ STUDIO
New Guardian App : King's Cross - London Street Stories
The Pinhole Photography Festival Edinburgh
Artists : Kenny Bean Minnie Weisz Justin Quinnell Katie Cooke Bethany de Forest Mark Tweedie
Edinburgh's first Pinhole festival brings together five exciting UK pinhole artists for an exhibition at the Royal Botanic Garden
Ruby's Room / derelict obscura series King's Cross 2009
Upon the interior wall of a faded pink room in a derelict block of flats in King's Cross, The Culross Buildings ,was scrawled a note in the hand of a child, it said 'Please look after my room, i grew up here, i like my room, i am sad to leave, love Ruby xxx.'
Upon finding the note, a plea from a young child, stickers of unicorns half scratched from the windows,
and stickers of stars on the back of the door, this camera obscura room was named ' Ruby's Room' an ode to childhood,
to a young girl who had to leave the flats with her family due to the regeneration of King's Cross. King's Cross Boulevard
now stands on the ground where The Culross Buildings once stood, the derelict block of flats demolished in
Autumn/Winter 2010. The rollerskates and the yellow stool were found in the block of flats, and placed in ' Ruby's Room' .
In Autumn 2012, a girl wrote to the studio, to say that her mother had seen the work, and that she recognised the image Ruby's Room
to be her room, her home, she had to leave with the rest of the tennants in 1999 when she was 10 years old, and in 2012 she was 22 yrs old. She wrote, ' I am Ruby, from Ruby's Room '.
2006 - 2013 : ART COMMISSIONS, CO-CURATED EXHIBITIONS AND FESTIVAL COLLABORATIONS :
HEREFORD PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL 2011
CREATIVE MACHINES with THE EVENT BIRMINGHAM CURATED BY MINNIE WEISZ AND CHARLIE LEVINE OF TROVE, BIRMINGHAM
PUBLIC ART COMMISSION - A MESSAGE TO KINGS CROSS
CULTURAL HERITAGE COMMISSION WITH KING'S CROSS CENTRAL LTD / REGENERATION SITE, KING'S CROSS 2006 - 2013
THE LONDON FESTIVAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY 2012
THE LONDON STREET PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL 2011
REVEAL FESTIVAL KING'S CROSS 2010
LONDON FESTIVAL OF ARCHITECTURE 2008
THE LONDON ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE 2006
PUBLIC ART COMMISSION : a billboard on Goods Way, King's Cross.
3 Artists : Jonathan Barnbrook Adam Zoltowski Minnie Weisz
respond to the neighbourhood of King's Cross, London, the largest urban regeneration site in Europe.
An ode to King's Cross. To its past, present and future. Commissioned by King's Cross Central. http://www.kingscross.co.uk/a-message-to-kx
' The Building dreams...... ' giant pinhole negative . Minnie Weisz King's Cross London 2011
' ONCE BATTLE BRIDGE..' JONATHAN BARNBROOK King's Cross London 2010
CAROLINE COLLINGE - ' A Picture Unfolds ' - solo show
12 Sept - 12 Oct - curated by Minnie Weisz
Minnie Weisz commissioned artist Caroline Collinge to create an origami paper installation on the upper floor of her studio
A fictitious history of the London A-Z visualised through printed ephemera, origami folds of the London A - Z.
13 November - 3 March 2010
Caroline Collinge is a PhD student at the London College of Fashion. She studied Theatre Design BA at Wimbledon School of Art and an MA in Scenography at LABAN 2004. In 2010 she was shortlisted for the RIBA ' Forgotten Spaces' Competition exhibiting at the National Theatre, and was also shortlisted for the Museummaker Contemporary Craft commission, the same year.
THE TABLE THAT CAN TELL STORIES AND OTHER CONTRAPTIONS
The Armchair balance by Tom Foulsham Installation commissioned by Minnie Weisz
AN INTRIGUING INSIGHT INTO THE WORKINGS OF MECHANISMS, EVERYDAY SCIENCE AND
THE INTERACTION AND PLAY BETWEEN MACHINE AND SPECTATOR.'
“…Tom can solve most mechanical problems and realise them against all odds…all sorts of contraptions like a page-turning device that is activated by the waste burning candle, and lots of old leather suitcases stuffed with intricate devices that would make Heath Robinson proud.” Ron Arad 2009.
Tom Foulsham born 1981, studied Architecture at the Bartlett and was an architectural assistant at Arad Associates.
He went on to study Design Products MA at the Royal College of Art, graduating in 2009, under the tutorledge of Ron Arad.
He exhibited his
‘Balancing Shelves’ at Pecha Kucha ICA in 2007 and exhibited his ' Candle Balance’ at the V&A group Exhibition
‘In Praise of Shadows’ September 2009
28 April - 12 May 2010
REVEAL FESTIVAL, KINGS CROSS 2010
THE RIVER OF NO RETURN BY MINNIE WEISZ 2010
supported by CreateKX and Kings Cross Central .
'KINGS CROSS STORIES'
Caroline Collinge Minnie Weisz Aidan Andrew Dun
A psycho-geographical descent into the mysteries of Kings Cross
Minnie Weisz continues her exploration of King’s Cross with an exhibition curated in her gallery space under the Victorian arches on Pancras Road. An installation collaboration with Caroline Collinge transforming the space under the arches into a house of memories, reinventing stories of Kings Cross, past, present, real and imagined. Through film, photography, collage, printed ephemera and set design, dreamscapes of Kings Cross are woven into a poetic narrative. Poet Aidan Andrew Dun will be reading from his epic poem ' Vale Royal ', first launched at the Royal Albert Hall in 1995 published by Goldmark.
PHOTOGRAPHS BY MINNIE WEISZ. PAPER COSTUMES and INSTALLATIONS BY CAROLINE COLLINGE
Minnie Weisz invited selected artists to exhibit at her new studio, opening in KIng's Cross, London.
Robert Fry Minou Norouzi Zoe Grace Florence Peake Liisa Kruusmagi Minnie Weisz
Nesta Fitzgerald Maria Marshall Robert Mason
June - July 2008
The London Festival of Architecture : A Diary of a derelict Dairy curated by Minnie Weisz
A mixed media exhibition exploring video art, film, photography, painting and installation art in the derelict former Express Dairy Depot in Bloomsbury.
Artists : Alex Haw Audial Sense Aidan Andrew Dun Henry Krokatsis Maria Marshall Oliver Bancroft
Karen Garratt Candida Richardson William Cobbing Nest Fitz-Gerald Milk Bottle News Minnie Weisz Wrap3multi-media
Florence Peake of Intimate Contenders dances at the derelict dairy on the opening eve.
Blueprint chose the LFA to hold their triumphant 25th birthday party, filling a disused dairy in Kings Cross with the great and the good of modern British design. It was a fine reflection of the magazine’s influence over the years, and the assembled crowd was addressed by one of the original backers, a proud Sir Terence Conran, and its original publisher, LFA supremo Peter Murray. The festivities were arranged around The Diary of a Derelict Dairy, a refreshingly gritty art show curated by Minnie Weisz. Having haunted the fast-changing Kings Cross district for several years now, Weisz continues to stay one step ahead of the rapid regeneration process and uses, using abandoned spaces and places as both showcases and generators of new artworks.
Read more at http://www.wallpaper.com/architecture/london-festival-of-architecture/2493#uYo4SB9lKr53YaSf.99
Blueprint magazine celebrate their 25th Anniversary at ' The Diary of a Derelict Dairy' Exhibition
The Old Dairy, Bloomsbury, London.