Parasol unit presents 'Katrín Sigurðardóttir: Supra Terram', the Icelandic artist's first major exhibition in a public London institution.
Katrín Sigurðardóttir, 'Supra Terram', 2015. Installation view at Parasol unit. Photo: Jack Hems. Courtesy of the artist and Parasol unit
Parasol unit presents an exhibition of works by Cuban art collective, Los Carpinteros - their first major show in public London institution.
Los Carpinteros, 'Candela' (detail), 2013. Painted MDF, LED lights, dimensions variable. © Los Carpinteros Photo Jack Hems. Courtesy of Parasol unit
Parasol unit’s first exhibition of 2015 will be a solo exhibition devoted to the work of London-based painter Katy Moran.
Katy Moran, 'Rock Face with a Face' (detail), 2013, collage and acrylic on canvas, 38 x 46 cm. Collection of Carole Server and Oliver Frankel
Parasol unit will present a collection of artworks donated by artists, who have previously exhibited in one of the foundations exhibitions, or are long term supporters or friends.
Y.Z Kami, 'Blue Dome 1' (detail), 2014. Courtesy of the artist and Gagosian Gallery, New York.
Parasol unit presents a solo exhibition of new work by the artist Jimmie Durham.
Courtesy Jimmie Durham. Photo: Kai Vollmer
Parasol unit presents a major survey of artist Shezad Dawood, including light sculptures, large-scale paintings on textile, and two films, one of which will have its UK premiere at Parasol unit.
Shezad Dawood, ‘Towards the Possible Film’ (production still), 2014. Commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella, Delfina Foundation and in association with Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art
Parasol unit presents the first major UK survey of artist Canan Tolon. This exhibition provides an in-depth insight into Tolon's earliest paintings from 1986 to the present day.
Canan Tolon, ‘Glitch II’ (detail), 2007. Oil on canvas, 140 x 180 cm (55 x 71 in). Private Collection Tim and Nancy Howes. Photo: Eli Ridgway
Parasol unit presents the first major UK survey of artist Siah Armajani. This landmark exhibition traces Armajani’s intimate works on paper from the 1950s to present day public sculpture commissions.
Siah Armajani: Alfred Whitehead Reading Room, 2013. Wood, plexiglass, brass, glass, 244 x 366 x 488 cm. Commissioned by Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art on the occasion of the exhibition Siah Armajani: An Ingenious World.
Parasol unit presents the work of Welsh painter Merlin James, focusing on a selection of works from his early career in the 1980s to the present.
Merlin James, Signal Box, 2004 - 2007, Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 57 cm, Courtesy of the artist, Mummery + Schnelle, London, and Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York © Merlin James