The Unwritten

Marres Centre for Contemporary Culture

Capucijnenstraat 98

6211 RT Maastricht

www.marres.org

 

7 September - 2 November 2014

 

The Unwritten explores various ways in which artists deal with the concept of history. They document personal, and reconfigure collective narratives by adding silent episodes, surprising prequels of what we know to have existed. With works by Adela Babanova, Carlos Motta, Annie Kevans and Zachary Formwalt.

Women and the History of Art (solo)Jenkins Johnson Gallery464 Sutter StreetSan Francisco, CA 94108www.jenkinsjohnsongallery.com 2 October - 20 December 2014              

 

What Marcel Duchamp Taught Me

The Fine Art Society, Contemporary

148 New Bond Street

London W1S 2JT

www.faslondon.com

 

10 October 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier:

From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk

National Gallery of Victoria

NGV International, 180 St Kilda Road

Melbourne

www.ngv.vic.gov.au

 

17 October 2014 - 8 February 2015

 

I am impressed by the way Annie Kevans captured the different types of beauties that have been my inspiration and my muses from my grandmother to artists like David Bowie and Boy George.” Jean Paul Gaultier

 

British artist Annie Kevans has been commissioned by exhibition curator Thierry-Maxime Loriot to create a series of works for the exhibition La Planète Mode de Jean Paul Gaultier.  Loriot says:  “Annie Kevans’ work caught my attention years ago when I saw her fantastic oil paintings ‘All The Presidents Girls’ at Volta in New York. As she is a great storyteller who works in series, I thought she was the best artist to create these eye-catching and delicate portraits that tell Gaultier’s story about his muses and inspirations, all great characters, these paintings translate well the humanist message in his work. I am delighted Kevans is now taking part in the exhibition tour.”

 

 

 

Macmillan De'Longhi Exhibition and Art Auction

Darren Baker Gallery

81 Charlotte Street

W1T 4PP

www.macmillan.org.uk

 

21–27 October

 

An exhibition and silent auction of artworks by emerging artists at the brand new . The exhibition will culminate with an event on 27 October.  Artists who have kindly donated works to the exhibition include Adam Dant, Annie Kevans, Ann-Marie James, Charming Baker, Dan Houldsworth, Gavin Turk, Harland Miller, Idris Khan, Jason Brooks, Jimmy Galvin, Josh Cole, Julie Verhoevan, Kalliopi Lemos, Mark Hayward, Nasser Azam, Polly Morgan, Rob Ryan, Robert Fry, Rui Matsunaga, Stuart Pearson Wright and Stuart Semple.

 

 

 

 

The Eve Appeal Art Auction

www.eveappeal.org.uk

 

Auction: 1-10 November 2014

 

In what can be a very male dominated art world, this autumn The Eve Appeal is hosting an auction of works of art celebrating the incredible talent of leading female artists throughout the world.

 

Gillian Ayres, Shurooq Amin, Zena Assi, Phyllida Barlow, Jane Bown, Laura Buckley, Jelena Bulajic, Leah Capaldi, Judy Chicago, Flavia Codsi, Hannah Collins, Eileen Cooper, Anne-lise Coste, Angela de la Cruz, Desiree Dolron, Susan Derges, Kim Dingle, Freya Douglas-Morris, Machiko Edmondson, Anna Freeman Bentley, Marianna Gartner, Maggi Hambling, Pamela Hanson, Rachel Harrison, Mona Hatoum, Susan Hefuna, Nicky Hoberman, Rachel Howard, Virgile Ittah, Ann-Marie James, Chantal Joffe, Annie Kevans, Susanne Kuhn, Teresa Margolles, Siba Sahabi, Rania Matar, Hannah Maybank, Claire McArdle, Mary McCartney, Susan Meiselas, Jackie Nickerson, Venessa Prager, Kirstine Roepstorff, Rebecca Raue, Paula Rego, Mariah Robertson, Jackie Saccoccio, Yehudit Sasportas, Annelies Strba, Stella Vine, Jessica Voorsanger, Pae White and Lynette Yiadem-Boakye

La Planète Mode de Jean Paul Gaultier

Grand Palais, Galeries Nationales

3, avenue du Général Eisenhower

75008 Paris

www.grandpalais.fr

 

1 April - 3 August 2015

 

I am impressed by the way Annie Kevans captured the different types of beauties that have been my inspiration and my muses from my grandmother to artists like David Bowie and Boy George.”  Jean Paul Gaultier

 

British artist Annie Kevans has been commissioned by exhibition curator Thierry-Maxime Loriot to create a series of works for the exhibition La Planète Mode de Jean Paul Gaultier.  Loriot says:  “Annie Kevans’ work caught my attention years ago when I saw her fantastic oil paintings ‘All The Presidents Girls’ at Volta in New York. As she is a great storyteller who works in series, I thought she was the best artist to create these eye-catching and delicate portraits that tell Gaultier’s story about his muses and inspirations, all great characters, these paintings translate well the humanist message in his work. I am delighted Kevans is now taking part in the exhibition tour.”

 

 

 

 

 

The House of St Barnabas (solo)

1 Greek Street

London W1D 4NQ

 

May 2017