ANNE TALLENTIRE is an artist based in London. Her practice involves dismantling and re-assembling materials and systems in order to investigate conditions relating to place and daily life in urban situations. Through a range of media including film, video, performance, photography, drawing, assemblage and text her work questions the significance of the mundane and overlooked, in relation to specific cultural, social, and architectural contexts.
12th March, 2015
The Galvanising Shop
Free, everyone welcome!
Originally from Ireland Tallentire’s work was seen in a major retrospective ‘This and other Things’ at The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin in 2010. Other key exhibitions include her 22 part video work ‘Drift’ at Hollybush Gardens, London, (2012) and Void, Derry (2007) and group shows such as ‘Key words’, Tate Liverpool; ‘At-your-service’, Technicki Muzej, Zagreb, Croatia (2014),‘Le Monde Physique’, La Galerie, Contemporary Art Centre, Noisy-Le-Sec, Paris (2011), ‘To Here’, Bloomberg Space, London (2006), ‘Arbeit’, Galerie im Taxipalais, Innsbruck and Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork (2005), Neue Welt, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt (2001) and Instances, representing Ireland, Irish Pavilion, Venice Biennale (1999). As part of work-seth/tallentire, with John Seth, shows include ‘Densité ± 0’, Fri-Art, Fribourg, Switzerland; ‘oo44’ PSI, New York and ‘Sum of the Parts’, South London Gallery.
Her book ‘Object of a life’ was published by Copy Press in 2013. She is, with Chris Fite-Wassilak, co – organiser of ‘Hmn’, a new quarterly sound based test event based project. Her most recent work ‘Through air’ is currently in Winter Garden at Flat Time House, London. She is a Professor in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, UAL, London.