Two new drawings are part of the exhibition Intensity at The House of St Barnabas in London. The exhibition has been curated by Paul Carey-Kent and other exhibiting artists include Eric Roberts, Kristian Evju, Katherine Murphy, Giulia Ricci and DJ Roberts. The exhibition runs until the 31st March 2019 and can be viewed by appointment by contacting email@example.com.
Marie Harnett's linocut print Swimsuit (2017) has been selected for this year's Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. It’s an extra special year because the RA are celebrating their 250th Anniversary. The work can be seen in the South Sackler Gallery at the Royal Academy of Arts in London until the 19th August. Or it can be seen online on the Royal Academy website here.
A major exhibition of new works by Marie Harnett, celebrating fleeting moments of drama, beauty and suspense from contemporary film will open at the Alan Cristea Gallery on 21st November, 6 - 7.30 pm. 'Marie Harnett: Still' includes several new series of drawings and prints by Harnett who is known for her highly detailed, meticulous drawings, derived from film stills. The exhibition runs until 8th January 2018. Further information can be found here.
The Yale Centre for British Art, will be displaying the linocut Costume Party as part of their Decade of Gifts and Acquisitions exhibition. They acquired the linocut in 2016 and this is the first time it will be on display. Works by Anish Kapoor and Richard Hamilton, among others, will also be included in the exhibition. Further information can be found here.
Over 20 drawings spanning from 2009 to 2015, including the never exhibited before Studio will be shown in Marie Harnett's first US solo show at Theodore Art in New York. The exhibition runs from the 5th May to the 18th of June with the opening reception on the 5th May 6pm - 9pm. Further details can be found here.
The linocut Cowboys is to be part of a group exhibition at the Alan Cristea Gallery. New Beginnings will showcase over 40 signature pieces by some of the world's most celebrated international artists including Cornelia Parker, Richard Serra and Christiane Baumgartner, alongside bold and exciting new works by the younger generation of contemporary practitioners. Further details can be found on the gallery website here.
Three drawings from Anna Karenina (2014) are to be part of the drawing exhibition Everything Exists Now at the Kristin Hjellegjerde gallery in London. The show brings together 13 artists who reflect on their current moment through personal, political and historical viewpoints through the medium of drawing. Further information about the exhibition can be found here.
This group exhibition opens 7th September 2016 at the Rudolfinum Galerie in Prague. It brings together a collection of works that have been inspired by the film Last Year in Marienbad. There are works by Marie Harnett, Pablo Bronstein, Gerhard Richter and Jeff Koons, among others. The exhibition was originally seen at Kunsthalle Bremen earlier this year. The series of drawings that Marie is exhibiting can be seen here. Further information can be found here.
Costume Party is to be part of the Linocut Today exhibition at Städtische Galerie Bietigheim-Bissingen. The exhibition opens 16th July 2016 and runs until the 3rd October 2016. The Linocut Today exhibition takes place every three years in Bietigheim-Bissingen with the aim to support contemporary artists working in the linocut technique.
Marie Harnett's linocut print Costume Party has been selected for this year's RA Summer Exhibition. The work can be seen in Gallery VII at the Royal Academy of Arts in London until the 21st August. Or it can be seen online on the Royal Academy website here.
Two of Marie Harnett's drawings from the Gatsby II series will be on show in the Drawing on Drawing exhibition at Edinburgh College of Art. The exhibition will run from the 22nd February until the 4th of March 2016. More information can be found here.
22nd February - 4th March 2016
Marie Harnett's largest linocut Costume Party will be part of the New Additions and Acquisitions exhibition at the Alan Cristea Gallery in London. The exhibition will be on until 30th January and more information can be found here.
7th January - 30th January 2016