West London Projects

Previously Exhibited


Systems Anaylis title

On the occasion of westlondonprojects’ 5th anniversary we are pleased to present the group exhibition Systems Analysis.

The exhibition brings together works by Liz Deschenes, Wade Guyton, Eileen Quinlan, Blake Rayne, Reena Spaulings and Cheyney Thompson. All based in New York this groups of friends work independently but share an interest in analysing the art system. Whilst reflecting their respective media, be it photography, painting or as with Reena Spaulings the fictional artist persona. Each of them explores in their specific way the processes of how meaning is created.

Westlondonprojects is an initiative by Maddalena and Paolo Kind and is curated by Christiane Schneider. The not-for-profit space aims to give emerging international artists a UK platform that is more intimate and experimental than a traditional public or commercial gallery.

Since 2005 the exhibition programme has included In the zone of your eyes by Sue & Hayley Tompkins, Probably Something by Takehito Koganezawa, solo exhibitions by Yesim Akdeniz Graf & Markus Amm and Endless Summer a group exhibition curated by Gyonta Bonvicini including: Richard Aldrich, Peter Coffin, Sean Dack, Kate Davis, Christian Frosi, Claire Harvey, Camilla Low, Mai-Thu Perret, Eileen Quinlan, Egill Saebjornsson, Michael Sailstorfer and Nicole Wermers.

In 2006 Robert Elfgen presented Expedition, followed by Paintings by Wade Guyton, and then the two person exhibition We Take A Train In Technicolor by Rosilene Luduvico and Takeshi Makishima.

During 2007 the exhibitions included On ill Winds And Loss of Sanity by Simon Dybbroe Moller, U-turn by Mauricio Guillen, and solo exhibitions by Joan Jonas, Jan Mancuska.

It can start whenever you want was a three person exhibition including Christian Frosi, Wolfgang Ploger and Jimmy Robert. This was followed by Works from 1962-64 by Manfred Kuttner, a solo exhibition by Karla Black and an exhibition of paintings and prints by Charline von Heyl. At the beginning of 2009 we opened the year with for Fans and Scholars alike including artists Ulises Carrion, Karl Holmqvist & Jean-Michel Wicker, curated by Gregorio Magnani, a solo exhibition by Thea Djordjadze followed and in the summer of 2010 we presented Just like that by Ruth Proctor.

We look forward to welcoming Ida Ekblad who will be exhibiting a solo show in the spring of 2011.

Artists


Born Boston, MA, 1966
Lives and works in New York

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2012
Solo Survey Exhibition, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston

2010
Shift/Rise, Sutton Lane, Brussels

2009
Right/Left, Sutton Lane, Paris
Chromatic Aberration (Red Screen, Green Screen, Blue Screen) Sutton Lane, London
Tilt/Swing, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York

2008
Presentation of new works, Sutton Lane, Paris

2007
Photographs, Sutton Lane, London
Registration, Miguel Abreu, New York

2001
Blue Screen Process, Andrew Kreps Gallery, NYC

1999
Below Sea Level, Andrew Kreps Gallery, NYC

1997
Beppu, Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, NYC

Guyton bio

Born 1972, Hammond, Indiana
Lives and works in New York City

Solo Exhibitions

2010
Museum Ludwig, Cologne

2009
Wade Guyton, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Deurle
Wade Guyton, Gio Marconi, Milan

2008
Wade Guyton, Portikus, Frankfurt
Wade Guyton, Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris
Wade Guyton and Kelley Walker, MAMbo, Bologna

2007
Wade Guyton, Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne
Friedrich Petzel Gallery New York
Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich
Wade Guyton: Objects are much more familiar, Power House, Memphis

2006
Paintings, Westlondonprojects, London
U Stencil, Hard Hat, Geneva
Color, Power & Style, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York City
Carpenter Center, Harvard University, Cambridge

2005
Gavlak, West Palm Beach
Color, Power & Style, Kunstverein Hamburg
Galerie Francesca Pia, Bern
Art 36 Statements, Galerie Francesca Pia, Basel
The Failever of Judgement, Part III, Guyton\Walker collaboration, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York City

2004
Objects are Much More Familiar, Power House, Memphis, TN
The Failever of Judgement, Guyton\Walker collaboration, presented by Greene Naftali, Rheinschau, Cologne
XXXXX BBB XXXXXFFFFFF FFFF, Guyton\Walker collaboration, Midway Contemporary, St. Paul, MN

2003
Elements of an Incomplete Map, Artists Space, New York City

1999
Andrew Kreps Gallery Project Space, New York City

1998
MFA exhibition, Hunter College, New York City

Eileen Title

Born 1972, Boston MA
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Solo Exhibitions

2010
Highlands, Sutton Lane, Paris
Nature Morte, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York

2009
My Eyes Can Only Look at You, The Institute of Contemporary Art(ICA), Boston, MA

2008
Downtime, Overduin and Kite, LA
Fahrenheit and Stone Roses, Sutton Lane, Paris
Puccio Onyx, Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne
Art Statements with Sutton Lane, Art|39|Basel, Basel, Switzerland

2007
Photographs, Miguel Abreu, New York

2006
Eileen Quinlan, Sutton Lane, London

Born Lewes, Delaware 1969
Lives and works in New York

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2011
Sutton Lane, Brussels

2010
Folder and Application, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York

2009
The World of Interiors at War, Terri and Donna, Miami

2008
Sutton Lane, Paris
Dust of Suns, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York

2007
The Disappearance of Red Pistachio Shells of At the Dawn of the Californian Nut Industry (1979), Sutton Lane, Paris

2006
Wallace Nutting with Julia Hill, Sutton Lane, London
Empedocles/Holderlin, Cezanne/Gasquet, Straub/Huillet, Dominique Paini & Blake Rayne, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York

2005
Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL
Untitled Painting, Reena Spaulings, New York, NY

2003
August Evening Walkout, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York

2001
Winter Part II,Greene Naftali Gallery, New York

2000
Winter Part II, Johnen + Schottle, Koln, Germany

Reena spaulings title

Solo Exhibitions

2009
Reena Spaulings/Marcel Broodthaers, Art|Basel|Miami Beach, Art Positions
The Belgian Marbles, Sutton Lane, Brussels

2008
Contemporary Art Museum, Saint Louis, USA
Courbet your enthusiasm, Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris

2007
How To Cook a Wolf, Kunsthalle Zurich

2006
Bialystoker, Sutton Lane, London

2005
The One & Only, Haswellediger & Co. Gallery, New York

CT title

Born 1975 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York

Solo Exhibitions

2010
Chonochromes, Menarches, Socles, Paul de Casteljau, /Robert/, Motifs, Sutton Lane, Brussels

2009
Pedestals, Bias-cut, /Robert Macaire/, Chromochromes, Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Berlin
Robert Macaire Chromachromes, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York

2008
Some Motifs and their Sources, Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne, Germany
New Works, Sutton Lane, Paris
Cheyney Thompson, Galleria Raucci Santamaria, Naples, Italy

2006
Quelques Aspects de l'Art Bourgeois: Le Non-Intervention, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
The End of Rent Control and the Emergence of Creative Class, Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne, Germany

2005
36 ART BASEL Statements
Cheyney Thompson, Galleria Raucci Santamaria, Naples, Italy
Cheyney Thompson: Selected works, Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville

2004
1998, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY

2003
1817, Sutton Lane, London

2002
1 Scenario + 1 Situation, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY

2000
Cheyney Thompson, James Fuentes Gallery, New York, NY
Cheyney Thompson, Parker's Box, Brooklyn, NY

1999
Cheyney Thompson, The Norman Project, New York, NY

Works


Selected works from the exhibition

Blake Rayne
Cover Letter, 2010 (Blue)
Felt, acrylic on canvas
Courtesy the artists and westlondonprojects
©westlondonprojects 2010
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Blake Rayne