Thursday, 28 June 2007

Autumn 2007

Tom Phillips returns to the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton this autumn. During his stay an exhibition of new works will open at Flowers New York (October 24th) and the first complete workshop performance of the opera Heart of Darkness by Tarik O'Regan (to libretto and design by TP) will be performed in New York and at the Institute for Advanced Study. Dates and further information to be announced.

Wednesday, 27 June 2007


Tom Phillips features in a documentary, Concrete, about the The Ruth & Marvin Sackner Archive. The film, produced and directed by Sara Sackner takes you on a tour of Ruth and Marvin's remarkable home/museum in Miami which houses the largest private collection of Concrete and Visual Poetry, over 60,000 objects of art, poetry and artist's books including the original pages of A Humument.
View the Trailer

Tuesday, 12 June 2007

Dante at the Bodleian

The Tom Phillips Dante Archive is featured both in the Bodleian Library's 2007 summer exhibition, Italy's Three Crowns: Dante, Petrarch and Boccaccio and the accompanying publication of the same name. The exhibition will be open from 19 June to 31 October in the Exhibition Room, Old Schools Quadrangle, Catte Street, Oxford. Admission is free

Eye Music at Pallant House

Three works by Tom Phillips will appear in Eye-Music: Klee, Kandinsky and all that Jazz,
an exhibition about music in art at Pallant House 30 June - 16 September 2007. The exhibition will then tour to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art from 2nd October to 9th December 2007.

Dante at The Wordsworth Trust

Dante Rediscovered opens on the 15th August 2007 at Dove Cottage in Grasmere and runs until 18th November 2007. Though largely confined to the 18th and 19th centuries two works by Tom Phillips will be exhibited; a portrait drawing and a copy of the Talfourd Press Inferno. The exhibition will also include works by Blake, Fuseli and Rossetti as well as Byron and Shelley manuscripts.