23 May 2012 Douglas Gordon: The End of Civilisation

Filming finished this week on our new commission The End of Civilisation by Douglas Gordon.

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27 April 2012 The Magpie Index - Glasgow Screening

Locus+ and Street Level Photoworks are proud to announce a special screening of Richard Grayson's film portrait of Roy Harper, The Magpie Index, as part of the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art.

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23 March 2012 Artist's talk

We are delighted to announce that Jonathan Schipper will be giving an informal talk at the Tyneside Cinema about his work as our commission Slow Motion Car Crash comes to an end.

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8 March 2012 Jonathan Schipper / Slow Motion Car Crash

Jonathan Schipper's Slow Motion Car Crash continues to gather momentum

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21 February 2012 Jonathan Schipper / Slow Motion Car Crash

We will be launching our new commission Slow Motion Car Crash by Jonathan Schipper as part of the AV Festival on the 2nd March.

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7 February 2012 Cornelia Hesse-Honneger / Print Portfolio

We are delighted to announce that Cornelia Hesse-Honneger has been here for a few days working on her print for our up and coming Print Portfolio.

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13 January 2012 Archive / Richard Grayson

To coincide with Richard Grayson's The Magpie Index, 2010 showing at Matt's Gallery in London we have dug deep into the vaults of The Locus+ Archive to digitise two works on Umatic tape by the artist from the early 1980s.

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9 January 2012 Richard Grayson / The Magpie Index

Locus+ are proud to announce that The Magpie Index by Richard Grayson will be showing at Matt's Gallery in London from 18th January to 12th February 2012.

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17 October 2011 The Locus+ Archive / Seeing in the Dark

A selection of material from The Locus+ Archive will form part of the group show - Seeing in the Dark curated and presented by CIRCA.

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10 October 2011 Alan Haydon (1949-2011)

It is with great sadness that we have to announce that Alan Haydon, the Chair of the Locus+ Board and Director of the De La Warr Pavilion has passed away after a short illness.

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