After Work: Céline Condorelli

Celine Condorelli
Edited by Tessa Giblin, Melissa MacRobert
Contributions by Jay Bernard, Tessa Giblin, Lucy Steeds, Sam Thorne

An exhibition catalogue of the first survey exhibition of pre-eminent artist, educator and publisher Céline Condorelli
  • Offers a richly illustrated record of Condorelli’s remarkable survey exhibition, including drawings and maquettes from her studio and objects from her own personal collection
  • Includes contributions from award-winning poet Jay Bernard, Talbot Rice Gallery’s Director Tessa Giblin, and newly commissioned texts by Director of Nottingham Contemporary Sam Thorne and writer Lucy Steeds
  • Exquisitely designed by leading British graphic designer Fraser Muggeridge studio

Céline Condorelli has been the driving creative force behind two decades of artwork, exhibitions, workshops, public spaces, books and institutions, and throughout it all has shown us that the reception of objects and artworks are never immune to the conditions of their display.

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Preface Tessa Giblin

In Friendship, with Foliage Lucy Steeds

Cotton/Rubber Tessa Giblin

After Work Jay Bernard

A show that is many things Tessa Giblin

Thinking through Skin: A Guided Tour Sam Thorne

Céline Condorelli is an artist, living mostly in London, UK. Her practice is concerned with how our encounters with the material world take place by relying on it, and that all human action takes place amidst countless structures of support mostly taken for granted, and therefore, appearing invisible. Recent exhibitions include After Work, South London Gallery, UK (2022); Conversation Piece (Spinning), Remai Modern, Saskatoon, Canada (2022); Tools for Imagination playground commissioned by South London Gallery, Elmington Estate,UK (2021); Our Silver City, 2094, Nottingham Contemporary (2021/2022); Work, Work, Work (Work), Muzeum Sztuki, Poland (2021); Two Years’ Vacation, Frac Lorraine, France and TEA, Spain (2020). She is The National Gallery's 2023 Artist in Residence.

Tessa Giblin is the Director of Talbot Rice Gallery at the University of Edinburgh, where she holds a Personal Chair in Contemporary Curating with Edinburgh College of Art. She has recently curated solo exhibitions of Angelica Mesiti, Emeka Ogboh, Samson Young, Lucy Skaer, David Claerbout and Jesse Jones. She was commissioner and curator of Jesse Jones’ Tremble Tremble for Ireland at the 57th Biennale di Venezia (2017), which has since continued to tour internationally. She is part of the acquisitions committee of the Frac Bretagne 2020–2022, and from 2006–2016 was Curator of Project Arts Centre in Dublin, Ireland.

Melissa MacRobert is Deputy Director at Talbot Rice Gallery. With a focus on project management, artist commissions, research and touring - she has produced exhibitions with Angelica Mesiti, Emeka Ogboh, Samson Young, Myriam Lefkowitz and Lucy Skaer in addition to various major international group exhibitions including The Normal, Pine’s Eye, Borderlines and At the Gates. She was co-editor of Emeka Ogboh Song of the Union (Talbot Rice Gallery, 2021) and has co-ordinated a number of artist publications including Ken Price A Survey of Sculptures and Drawings (H&W Publishers/DelMonico Prestel, 2017); Guillermo Kuitca (H&W Publishers/Snoeck, 2016); Phyllida Barlow Fifty Years of Drawings (JRP Ringier, 2014); Takesada Matsutani A Matrix (JRP Ringier, 2013).

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