Book launch and artist talk
We invite you to an artist talk and book launch with artist Tyra Tingleff and author and editor Amy Sherlock.
Thursday August 18th, 18:00.
In conjunction with Tingleff’s exhibition No Feeling is Final, Kunstnerforbundet welcomes you all to an artist talk and book launch of the artist’s monograph Of Course I’m Not Sorry and a conversation with Tingleff and Amy Sherlock.
The richly illustrated publication offers a thorough presentation of the artist’s oeuvre and incorporates artworks from 2015 until today. Of Course I’m Not Sorry includes texts by the collective Cooking Sections, Petter Snare, Amy Zion, and Amy Sherlock - in addition to a conversation between Tingleff and Zion.
The Berlin- and Hønefoss-based artist Tyra Tingleff (b. 1984), a former student of The Royal College of Art, London; The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen; and Bergen Academy for Art and Design (now part of the University of Bergen), Norway, has taken part in a large range of exhibitions internationally and in Norway, with recent solo exhibitions at ChertLüdde Gallery, Berlin; The Sunday Painter Gallery, London; and Campoli Presti Gallery, Paris. From August 11th until September 11th, Tingleff presents a series of new large format paintings in the solo exhibition No Feeling is Final at Kunstnerforbundet.
Amy Sherlock is an author and editor based in London. Since 2012, she has been the editor of the international art and culture publication frieze, as well as the curator of Frieze Art & Architecture Conference taking place in London every October. In addition to Sherlock’s work as an author, editor, and curator, several of her essays and articles have been published in a variety of academic journals, art publications and British newspapers. Sherlock was one of the directors and curator of Open Source - a free, artist initiated festival for contemporary art situated in East London between 2014 and 2016.
The artist talk will be in English. The event is free of charge.
Kunstnerforbundet is unfortunately not universally designed, but we are working on a project to make the building more accessible. If you have any questions regarding this, please contact us.
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