17 June - 30 July 2011

Ritter Gallery
Burggasse 8, A-9020 Klagenfurt, Austria

Trevor Sutton Double Vision

Trevor Sutton
Screen for Wayne Shorter 2 2011
Oil and paper on board
9 x 7 in / 23 x 18 cm

7 June - 15 August 2011
Summer Exhibition
Royal Academy of Arts
Piccadilly, London

Trevor Sutton
Gathering Light (For Gwyther) 2010-11
Oil and paper on board
49 x 37 in / 124 x 94 cm

13 October - 13 November 2010

Cork Street, London

Paradise Circus, made in 1973, is the first painting Trevor Sutton completed after leaving art school: this all-black painting is the earliest work selected from an archive created over the last four decades, with some pieces being exhibited for the first time. His installation sets out to specifically link visual connections between new work and the work of previous decades: less a retrospective more a development of ideas.

Trevor Sutton Paradise Circus

Trevor Sutton
Screen Painting 2009/10
Oil and paper on board
49 x 37 in / 124 x 94 cm

4 September - 2 October 2010
one blue moment, Peter Foolen Editions
Galerie Schütte
D-45219 Essen-Kettwig, Germany

An exhibitions of art works, books and editions, artists include Roger Ackling, Alan Charlton, Thomas A Clark, Chohreh Feyzdjou, Lesley Foxcroft, Callum Innes, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Carol Robertson, Trevor Sutton and Ian Whittlesea.

2 September - 16 October 2010
Black + White III
Galleri Weinberger
Valkendorfsgade 13, DK 1151 Copenhagen, Denmark

A group exhibition of black and white artworks by artists including, Eduardo Chillida, Vagn Henriksen, Hiroshi Koyama, Carol Robertson, Trevor Sutton and Richard Serra.
Trevor Sutton exhibits This Time 2010

Trevor Sutton
This Time 2010
Oil and paper on board
9 x 14 in / 23 x 36 cm

14 June - 22 August 2010
Summer Exhibition
Royal Academy of Arts
Piccadilly, London

12 May - 5 June 2010
Material Lightness
Cork St, London
An exhibition of 8 artists curated by Carol Robertson.

Belinda Cadbury : Ann Christopher : Julia Farrer : Trevor Sutton : Caroline de Lannoy : Noel Forster : Chris Jennings : Gary Woodley

Material Lightness brings together eight non-representational artists selected by Carol Robertson. Single works or series by each artist have been chosen for their aesthetic 'lightness', for their clarity and directness. The material substance of their work varies radically, yet all appear spare and modest in feel: strong and unequivocal in their intention.
Trevor Sutton exhibits a rare minimal colour field painting, No 18 (Peter plus David) dating from 1975

Trevor Sutton
No 18 (Peter plus David) 1975
Acrylic on canvas
60 x 60 in / 152 x 152 cm

29 April - 5 May 2010
Trevor Sutton and Carol Robertson Take Two
NSA Noborimachi Space of Art
Horoshima, Japan

Take Two is a project space run by artist and architect Takashi Suzuki who spent many years studying and working in London. Annually he mounts a joint husband/wife exhibition of British artists. This is the third such collaboration. Here, Robertson and Sutton exhibit small wood panels, sometimes as diptychs and triptychs, and both make specific location-based references. Sutton paints grids and geometric diamond-shaped motifs that stem from architectural detail observed whilst working on a residency in Alayrac, a rural area in southwest France. Robertson joins paintings with photographs, based on the geometric patterns and incised rock faces of abandoned stone quarries on the Balearic island of Menorca.

26 April - 8 May 2010

Another Function Gallery
Fudeya Foundation
Tokyo, Japan

Another Function is a gallery/project run by designer Tadashi Takahashi, director of Fudeya Foundation. In this exhibition, Trevor Sutton’s new body of work has many inflections and influences drawn from a trip to Japan that he made in 2007: he cites art, architecture and gardens as powerful sources of inspiration, both formally and poetically.

Trevor Sutton Another Function

Trevor Sutton
Bottle of Smoke (Kyoto) 2008
Oil and paper on board
56 x 74 cm / 22 x 29 in

8 June - 16 August 2009
Summer Exhibition
Royal Academy of Arts
Piccadilly, London
26 June - 4 October 2009
Northern Print Biennale
Hatton Gallery
Newcastle Upon Tyne

7 March - May 2009
Collaboration III - Chamber Music
Galerie Schütte
Essen-Kettwig, Germany

21 October 2008 - 16 January 2009
Collaboration III - Chamber Music
Austrian Cultural Forum
Knightsbridge, London

Trevor Sutton has been making collaborative work with Austrian artist Ferdinand Penker since 2003. Their friendship and respect for one another's work grew from meeting in Ireland as Residential Fellows at the Ballinglen Arts Foundation in County Mayo in 2001.

For each Collaboration, a set of pre determined ground rules is established: the most fundamental principle being that they split the series between them, with one starting half the works and passing them to the other to complete, and vice versa. The first two collaborations were worked on side by side in Austria. The third was made remotely, by each receiving an 'unseen' half of the set to complete: Sutton's were started in Ireland and completed by Penker in Austria, and Penker's half were started in Tokyo and completed by Sutton in London.

Ferdinand Penker and Trevor Sutton Collaboration

Ferdinand Penker and Trevor Sutton
Chamber Music II 2008
Watercolour, tempera, pencil, tape on paper
11½ x 8¼ in / 29.7 x 21 cm

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