William Stok presenta a Spazio Tadini film sul lavoro artistico. Al pianoforte Maria Pia Carola

SABATO 13 APRILE 2013 ORE 18

L’artista William Stock, italiano trapiantato a Londra, ha esposto a livello internazionale in gallerie e spazi istituzionali e museali di rilievo. Torna a Milano, a Spazio Tadini, dopo un lungo periodo di assenza con la presentazione di un film sul suo percorso artistico che raccoglie spunti e riflessioni sull’arte contemporanea.

Un filmato in cui il suo lavoro è solo il filo conduttore che permette di osservare la scena artistica degli ultimi anni.

Il video, in lingua inglese, sarà tradotto e illustrato dall’artista stesso. Al termine un concerto di pianoforte con Maria Pia Carola.

Trailer del filmato

Personal Exhibitions
1977 2B Butlers Wharf, London

1978 Battersea Arts Centre, London

Laundry Gallery, London

1978 Camden Centre, London

Shaw Theatre, London

1980 Middlesex Polytechnic Gallery, London

Ferro di Cavallo, Rome

1981 Alzaia, Rome

Galleria Peccolo, Livorno

1983 Koppelmann, Cologne

1984 Arnolfini, Bristol

Francoise Lambert, Milan

Basilea Art Fair (Fancoise Lambert), Basel

1987 Albert Baronian, Knokke

1988 Apollodoro, Rome

1990 Albert Baronian, Brussels

Barbara Farber, Amsterdam

Accademia Italiana, London (artist in residence)

Confrontation (Albert Baronian), Knokke

1991 Tabea Langenkamp, Dusseldorf

London Art Fair (Accademia Italiana), London

1992 Galleria Paolo Tonin, Turin

1993 Accademia Italiana, Retrospective, London

1994 La Casa di Alice, Galleria Paolo Tonin, Turin

1996 Studio D, London

1998 Chobot Gallery, Vienna

1998 D Studio, London

1998 Contact Gallery, Norwich
1999 Madeley Court Gallery, Telford
‘Alice in Wonderland’ – European Academy – London

– Casa di Rossini – Milan

– Southside Arts, Southampton

– Studio D, London

2000 – Rotherham Arts Centre,Rotherham

– Parfitt Gallery, Croydon College, London

2001 – Galerie Schedler, Zurich
2005 – Muse – London

2008 – Tanit – Munich

2010 – Colne Gallery – Essex

2013 – Boxfield Gallery – Stevenage

Group Exhibitions

1975 Young London Sculptors, travelling exhibition:

Waterlow Park, London

Tavistock Square, London

Camberley, Surrey

1975-1988 Bi-annual exhibition, Barbican Arts Group, London

1976 Islington Festival

1977 South Bank Sculpture, London

Kak, Air Gallery, London

Open Exhibition Air Gallery, London

1978 St. James Church, Clerkenwell, London

1979 Islington Central Library, London

Three Italian Artists, Islington Central Library, London

1981 Il Dialogo, Milan

1982 Barbican Centre, London

1983 Lisson Gallery, London

Tanit Gallery, Monaco

1984 Koppelmann, Cologne

Basel Art Fair (Tanit Gallery), Basel

1985 Francoise Lambert, Milan

Basel Art Fair (Tanit Gallery), Basel

Hull Arts Association, Hull

Koppelmann, Cologne

1986 Art Works Space, London

Albert Baronian, Knokke

Francoise Lambert, Milan

FIAC (Montenay Delsol), Paris

1987 Athena Art Awards, Barbican Centre, London

Whitechapel Open, London

Albert Baronian, Brussels

Apollodoro, Rome

1988 Krief Raymond, 4 artists, Paris

Barbara Farber, Amsterdam

Francoise Lambert, Milan

ICC (International Cultureel Centrum), Antwerp

1990 The New Wapping Art Show, London

Albert Baronian, Brussels

Rosehaugh Greycoat Estate, London

Long & Ryle International, London

Cologne Art Fair (Albert Baronian), Cologne

Cologne Art Fair (Barbara Farber), Cologne

1991 ARCO (Madrid Art Fair)

Albert Baronian, Madrid

Apollodoro, Rome

Tanit Gallery, Cologne

Pentagonale Plus, Edimburgh

1992 Tabea Langenkamp, Dusseldorf

Pentagonale Plus, Kingston upon Thames

Studio D, London

Galleria Paolo Tonin, Turin

1993 Bologna Art Fair (Paolo Tonin), Bologna
Florence Art Fair (Paolo Tonin), Florence

1994 40 + 40, travelling exhibition

Il Segno, Rome

Eva Menzio, Turin

Galleria Continua, S. Giminiano

1994 The Whitechapel Open Studio Show, London

Studio D, London

1995 Cologne Art Fair (AK), Cologne

1996 Frankfurt Art Fair (Maximilian Krips)

1996 Cologne Art Fair (AK + Lipanjepuntin)

Hertford Road Studios, London

1998 Beatrice Royal Gallery, Eastleigh

Axiom Gallery, Cheltenham

Peterborough Museum & Art Gallery, Peterborough

1999 Exeter Phoenix, Exeter

Blackfriars Art Centre, Boston

‘The Sublime’, Axiom gallery ,Cheltenham

Hertford Road Studios, London

‘Love, Religion, Explosives’, St Margarets Church, Norwich

Turin Art Fair (James Coleman), Turin

2000 Hidden Art of Hackney – London

Fisherton Mill, Salisbury

2001 Fairfields Art Centre, Basingstoke
2002 Chobot Gallery – Vienna
2003 Place Arts – Letchworth

2004 Air Pavilion – London

2005 Capricorno Gallery – Naples

2005 Palazzo Crespi – Naples

2008 ‘Off the Shelf’, Rossini Foundation – Brescia

2008 Salvador – Paris

2011 Artestudio 26 – Milan

2013 Crocus Gallery – Nottingham

Commissions and Publications

1965 Bas relief for Clan-Rome

1967 Sculpture for Cormorano, Rome

1969 Mural for 13 1 / 2, London

Bas relief for Camilloni, Rome

1972 Mural for 13 1 / 2, London

1973 Mural for Camden Council, London

1973-1974 Illustrated book for Lasse-Braun Publication, Holland

1984 Mural for Charles Jencks, Thematic House

1989 Commission for colour graphic in Art & Design

1990 Mural for Andreas Papadakis (Academy Editions)

1993 Catalogue for Accademia Italiana

1994 Project for Parallel Media Group, London

1994 Project ‘Alice in Wonderland’ for Paolo Tonin – Turin

1995 Project for J. P. Morgan, London

1995 Project for Triuggio Town Hall

1999 Catalogue for ‘Alice’s House’

Commission for lithograph – Alessandra Montioni

2001- ‘Alex’s Room’ Project for Galerie Schedler – Zurich

2004 Sculpture Fountain for Monferrato

2004 Baghdad Fairy Tale

2008 Project – Inspector Maigret – for Salvador Gallery – Paris

2009 Project‘Wizard of Oz’ for Ferran Cano – Barcelona

Collections

HRH Prince of Wales

Tate Gallery

Academia Italiana London

Tanit Gallery Munich

Blum Gallery NY

Rossini Foundation Italy

Fischer Gallery Dusseldorf

Eric Franck London

Jim Broadbent

Private Collectors

Reviews and Articles

The Guardian, Ken Rowat

Time Out, Fenella Crichton

Evening Standard, Richard Cork

The Observer, Henry Lewes

Camden Journal

Capital Radio, Michael Aspel

Arts Review, Peter Davies

Artscribe, John Roberts

Capital Radio, London Today

City Recorder

Tribune, Margaret Richards

North Circular

Il Tirreno, Carboni

Il Segno, Paolo Balmas

Flash Art, Pierangela Rossi-Sala

Artscribe, Anne Tuckwell

House and Garden (English Edition) Charles Jencks

House and Garden (American Edition) Charles Jencks

Art & Design, Charles Jencks

Symbolic Architecture, Charles Jencks

La Libre Belgique, St. R.

Post Modernism, Charles Jencks

Epoca, Paolo Jacobbi

Il Venerdi di Repubblica editorial

Grazia, Liana Bortolon

Repubblica, Mario de Candia

Il Tempo, Fausto Gianfranceschi

Avvenire, Sandra Giannattasio
Rivista delle Nazioni, Ludovico Pratesi

Unione Sarda, Paolo Casati

Il Tempo editorial

Paese Sera, Berenice

Travel News Italia, G.R.

Gioia, Bruna Magi

GBR (italian television ), Immagine della Cittaˆ

20 minute feature with Paolo Portoghesi

RAI 1 and RAI 2 (italian radio network)

De Volskrant, Pietje Tegenbosch

Algemeen Dagblad

The Bullettin, Tarantino

Financial Times, Colin Amery

The Independent, Jonathan Glancey

House and Garden, Henrietta Howard

The Daily Telegraph, Kenneth Powell

The Independent, Geraldine Norman

Londron Portrait, Anne Crane

Segno, Giuditta Villa

Juliet, Ivana Mulatero

Gazzetta delle Arti, Manuela Cusino

Time Out, Adrian Searle

The Independent, Dalya Alberge

TNT Magazine, feature

The Big Issue, John Keenan

The Times, Marit Hargle

OK Magazine, feature

The Reach, feature

What’s On in Londra, Ria Higgins

La Voce degli Italiani, Tullia Tommasini

What’s On in Londra, Simon Corbin

Art and Architecture, feature

Segno, Lucia Padano

Juliet, William Stok

Flash Art News, Luigi Meneghelli

Corriere di Torino, Giovanni Cordero

La Repubblica, Paolo Levi

La Stampa, Marisa Vescovo

Tema Celeste, Tiziana Conti

Corriere del Piemonte, Vittoria Lanzilotti

Finnish Television

Gloucestershire Echo, feature

CNN

Bloomberg, Television

Wiener Zeitung, Claudia Rigner

Die Prewse, Kristian Sotrewfer

Il Monferrato

Gloucestershire Echo, feature

Keighley News

The Independent Martin Glover