Petra Rinck Galerie, 22 July – 2 September 2017, Magdalena Kita, Sophie Macpherson, Eleanor Wright.
GERMAN VASES by The Coelacanth Press with Phoebe Blatton and Annika Hüttmann, including a text and coloured pencil drawings, July 2017
Readings by Paul Becker, Natasha Soobramanien, Sophie Macpherson and Chris Fite-Wassilak. Arcade Gallery, London.
As part of the exhibition Choreography, four writers and artists will read texts based on or around the work of Marguerite Duras.
The event will take place at Arcade Gallery from 7pm, Friday June 17th, 2017
Dear Friends and Colleagues, I am doing some work and showing
some work in Glasgow Project Room next week. Closing party 3rd June, 6 to 8pm.
Haus 2, Room 15, FAHRBEREITSCHAFT, herzbergstrasse 40-43, 10365 berlin-
Nadia Hebson and Sophie Macpherson,
DROP CITY, DÜSSELDORF AT HOTEL UFER, 7.30pm Saturday 2nd July, 2016
The artists will read a text they have developed that circles their shared interests in apparel, physicality, female subjectivity and friendship.
a group exhibition with Mark Hamilton, David Hominal, Cyrill Lachauer, Sophie Macpherson, Antje Majewski, Marit Neeb, Mandla Reuter, Julia Schmidt and Maarten van Roy.
at Haubrok Foundation, FAHRBEREITSCHAFT, Berlin, Germany.
opening reception wednesday 27th april, 2016, 7-9 pm
special gallery weekend friday 29th – sunday 1st, 2016, 12-6 pm
special berlin biennal – friday 3rd, saturday 4th and sunday 5th june, 12 – 6pm
Canteen – Haus 12, 1st floor – herzbergstraße 40-43, 10365 berlin
Robin Vanbesien, Paul Becker, Katie Schwab, hobbypopMUSEUM, Eleanor Wright, Markus Karstiess, Francesco Pedraglio, Nadia Hebson and Sophie Macpherson
Taking place within and throughout Hotel Ufer from February 2016
«Drop City, Düsseldorf» presents a collection of exhibitions, single works and events by artists from across Europe within a private/public setting.
From newly commissioned works, focused on everyday micro-narratives, to live events and exhibitions «Drop City, Düsseldorf» attempts to seek more dynamic interactions between artists, site and audiences, and rather than relegating the audience to the passive role of spectators, looks to foster the active and genuine involvement of participants.