Members Exhibition: Enrico David & Catherine Wood
Studio Voltaire’s fourth annual open submission exhibition aims to showcase the strength and diversity of its studio and external membership, comprising over 200 artists. Every year, the changing panel of invited artists, critics and curators, select artist’s work.
This year’s exhibition included the work of twenty-two artists chosen by artist Enrico David and curator Catherine Wood, selecting the most engaging work from this year’s submissions to produce an acumination of diverse artist approaches and contexts.
Works included a large scale sculptural installation and wall paintings by Markus Vater; a site specific intervention outside of the gallery by Pablo Bronstein; and drawings by Adam Latham that present a bewildering post-colonial setting. In addition, there will be an evening of live performance with Laura Cull and William Hunt, and a screening of Joe Walsh’s pop styled video Mr Miguel, an ode to vaginal penetration.
SV 05 artists:
Aline Bouvy & John Gillis
Pil and Galia Kollectiv
- About the selectors
Enrico David (b. 1966, Ancona, Italy) is an artist based in London. He works in painting, drawing, sculpture and installation, at times employing traditional craft techniques.His exhibitions include the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (2007); Seattle Art Museum (2008); Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel (2009); Fondazione Beviliacqua La Masa, Venice (2011); the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2013); Hepworth Wakefield, West Yorkshire (2015); the Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia (2015); and the Sharjah Art Foundation, United Arab Emirates (2016).
Catherine Wood is curator of Contemporary Art / Performance at Tate Modern. She curated the exhibitions The
World as a Stage at Tate Modern in 2007, Pop Life in 2010 and A Bigger Splash: Painting after Performance in
2012, as well as co-directing the opening programme for the Tanks, Art in Action.
- Image credit
SV05: Annual Member’s Show, selected by Enrico David and Catherine Wood, 2005. Courtesy of the artists,
selectors and Studio Voltaire, London.