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EDDIE PEAKE: PERFORMA 13
NOVEMBER 2013
Swiss Institute, New York
Eddie Peake makes his New York debut with a performance at the Swiss Institute on Wooster Street. The work, with ten performers, has been commissioned by Performa, the biennal of performance art (13.performa-arts.org). Since his first exhibition at Galleria Lorcan O’Neill in Rome in 2009, Peake has developed a rich vocabulary which includes painting, photography, performance, video, sculpture and installation. This new piece, Endymion,builds on a work he made for the opening of the Tanks at Tate Modern during the Olympics last year. 
 
 
FRANCESCO CLEMENTE: FRONTIERA DI IMMAGINI
NOVEMBER 2013
Palazzo Sant'Elia, Palermo
Galleria Lorcan O’Neill  is pleased to announce the opening of Francesco Clemente’s exhibition Frontiera di Immagini at Palazzo Sant’Elia, Palermo. Curated by Achille Bonito Oliva, this solo exhibition presents, for the first time in Sicily, the work of one of the most internationally esteemed Italian artists. The show, installed in the eighteenth century rooms of the Palazzo Sant'Elia, brings together sixty works created from the mid-1980’s to the present, and includes paintings, watercolours, and pastels. (www.francescoclementepalermo.it)
 
MASBEDO: IL RIMEDIO DELLA FORTUNA
JULY 2012
Teatro Strehler, Milan
Premiere of the piece taken from Le remede de fortune by Guillaume de Machaut. The author of the piece is Alex Cremonesi and read by Fanny Ardant (photo) Music by Filippo Del Corno and video by Masbedo
 
RE-MAP 4: EDDIE PEAKE AND PREM SAHIB
SEPTEMBER 2013
Athens
Galleria Lorcan O’Neill Roma is proud to present installations by Eddie Peake and Prem Sahib at ReMAp 4, Athens (www.remapkm.org). The exhibition includes a room of work by each artist, along with a special presentation of Feel Up, a collaborative film installation by both artists.
 
TRACEY EMIN: THE MIDNIGHT MOMENT AT TIMES SQUARE
FEBRUARY 2013
Times Square, New York
Every night in February, at the stroke of 11:57, Tracey Emin will restore neon and romance to Times Square. On more than 40 screens large and small, for a span of three minutes, her six messages of love will spell themselves out, digitally animated to appear as if being written by a giant unseen hand.
 
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