'Cloud Choreography and Other Emergent Systems' by the winner of the 2002 Turner Prize, Keith Tyson, brought together several groups of his works. Set up as an exploration of Tyson's practice...
Keith Tyson: 'Cloud Choreography and Other Emergent Systems', Installation view, Parasol unit, 2009 Photo: Stephen White
Francis Alïs, Fiona Banner, Jeremy Deller, Thomas Hirschhorn, Rachel Hovnanian, Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler, William Kentridge, Michèle Magema, Annette Messager, Amy O'Neill and Hiraki Sawa.
Thomas Hirschhorn: 'The Procession, 2005', Exhibition view: Work Time / Life Time / Material Time, Living Art Museum, Reykjavik, 2005 Courtesy Arndt and Partner Berlin
Parasol unit presented the first one-person exhibition in a UK institution by the American artist Robert Mangold. The exhibition concentrated on three dynamic groups of paintings that Mangold...
Robert Mangold: Installation view, Parasol unit, 2009. Photo: Stephen White
In his first one-person exhibition in a UK institution, Y.Z. Kami showed two group of works that he had created during the past twelve years.
Y.Z. Kami: Installation view, Parasol unit, 2008. Photo: Stephen White
'The Islanders: An Introduction' was the latest instalment in Scottish artist Charles Avery's epic project which began in 2004.
Installation view, Parasol unit, 2008. Photo: Stephen White.
Hatoum embarked on her artistic career in the mid 1970s, since then she has worked in a variety of media, including performance, sculpture, video, installation, and photography.
'Mobile Home II', 2006. Furniture, household objects, suitcases, galvanized steel barriers, three electric motors and pulley system 119 x 220 x 645 cm © the artist. Photo: Jens Ziehe, Berlin. Courtesy Jay Jopling/ White Cube (London)
Marcos Corrales, Ângela Ferreira, Narelle Jubelin, Andrew Renton with the UK premiere of a screening of 'Maison Tropicale' by Manthia Diawara.
Narelle Jubelin and Marcos Coralles 'Owner Builder of Modern California House.2', 2008, Ângela Ferreira, 'Double Sided (Parasol)', 1996-2008. Photo Stephen White
Darren Almond's work takes as its subject matter the recurring themes of time, memory, human labour and exploitation in various geographical parts of the world.
Installation view, Parasol unit 2008. Photo by Hugo Glendinning
Sone's great love and fascination for nature, combined with a wholly open approach to life and art galvanizes a highly unconventional art.
'Ski-Lift' and 'Hong-Kong Island', installation view, Parasol unit 2007. Photo by Hugo Glendinning
The world depicted by Armen Eloyan in his strikingly gestural and expressive paintings can be anything from brutal to messy and dark, yet paradoxically they are almost invariably also loaded...
Installation view, Parasol unit 2007. Photo Thierry Bal