An Aside Selected by Tacita Dean
Exhibition 14 May – 12 July 2005
Eileen Agar, Lothar Baumgarten, Joseph Beuys, Walther Brüx, Fischli & Weiss, Rodney Graham, Raymond Hains, Roni Horn, Sharon Lockhart, Marisa Merz, Paul Nash, Gerhard Richter, Yvan Salomone, Thomas Scheibitz, Thomas Schütte, Kurt Schwitters
An Aside was one in a series of exhibitions selected by artists initiated by the Hayward Gallery. As well as being intriguing and thought-provoking exhibitions, they also shed light on the working methods and primary interests of their selector, in this case British artist Tacita Dean.
Tacita Dean has, for the first time, applied her non-programmatic approach of making work to selecting an exhibition of work by other artists. Throughout the development of this project, chance encounters have led her to create formal and emotional connections between works and artists to allow the development of unexpected themes and links. The exhibition included painting and sculpture, slide and film installations and a large number of works on paper by an international and cross-generational group of artists.
A National Touring Exhibition organised by the Hayward Gallery in collaboration with Camden Arts Centre
Exhibition supported by Canadian High Commission, London; The Elephant Trust; Embassy of the United States of America, London; Filmhouse, Edinburgh; The French Embassy, London; Frith Street Gallery, London; Goethe-Institut, London; Goethe-Institut, Glasgow; Italian Cultural Institute, London; Italian Cultural Institute, Edinburgh; Marian Goodman Gallery, New York and Paris.