■会期 2020年3月21日(土)~4月11日(土) 14:00-19:00 月・木休み 4月9日(木)よりしばらく中断します
 再開 2020年7月11日(土)~7月25日(土) 14:00-19:00 月・木休み

  • オープニングレセプション:3月21日(土)17:00~¥500(1ドリンク付き)
  • サイモンに話を聞く会:7月25日(土)16:00~ 参加費500円(定員だいたい10名) 
    通訳 つかもとやすこ(美術家) 



Simon Leahy-Clarkは、素材性、言語、記号とトレース、それらの生成する過程から発するイメージをテーマにしています。
 「…IS FOR…」、2017-18年は、ロンドンでアーティストが運営するイニシアチブであるSluice Projectsで初めて発表されました。


Simon Leahy-Clark (b. 1973, Cardiff) studied Fine Art at Middlesex University (1996-1999).

Selected exhibitions include Picture Palace, Transition Gallery, London (2020), Speed Of Thought, Newington Gallery, London (2019), Creekside Open, APT Gallery, London (2019, 2013, 2007), Royal West Academy 167th Open, Bristol (2019), Indoor Voices, Greystone Industries, Wickham Market (2019), Telling Tales, Collyer Bristow Gallery (2016), Semiotic Guerilla Warfare Part II, Dean Clough Gallery, Halifax, (2016); Jerwood Drawing Prize (2011, 2008); RA Summer Exhibition (2014, 2011); Hundreds and Thousands, Luborimov / Angus-Hughes Gallery, London (2015); ArtWorks Open, Barbican Art Trust (2014, 2013, 2011, 2010); The Distance Between, ZAP, London (2014); NeoArt Prize, Bolton (2013); Photo/Print Open, Charlie Dutton Gallery (2013); Crash, Charlie Dutton Gallery (2010); So What's Different Today, Globe Gallery, Newcastle (2010); 40 Artists 40 Drawing, The Drawing Gallery, Shropshire (2009); Re:Drawing, Oriel Davies Gallery, (2008); 13th Yoshihara Memorial Exhibition, Osaka Contemporary Arts Centre, winner Gutai Group Prize (2005), Aftershock, 1a Space, Hong Kong (2004); Faith, Transition Gallery, London (2004); Oriel Mostyn Open, (2002).

Art fairs include Art Athina, Athens, with Luborimov / Angus-Hughes, (2016); The London Art Fair (2016, 2015); Sluice, London (2015); Art Copenhagen (2015); Cologne Liste (2015) Exchange Rates, New York (2014), The Manchester Contemporary (2014), all with PAPER Gallery.

His first solo exhibition, From the Lagado Academy, was held at, CAS Gallery, Osaka, (2005), and was supported by the British Council. Other solo shows include ‘…Is For…’ at Sluice Projects, London (2018), ‘Scoring (For) Cutting (Away) Drawing (Out) at Wilderness Projects (2018), Library, Westminster Reference Library (2012); Works are held in public, private and corporate collections. He lives and works in London.