Toby Ziegler

Everything Is Recorded (site specific installation)
Savoy Cinema, Dalston, London
14 - 17 February 2018

© Toby Ziegler
© Toby Ziegler

Between February 14th and 17th Richard Russell and Toby Ziegler will present a major site-specific music and art installation on two floors of the abandoned Savoy cinema in Dalston, east London. Russell and Ziegler have been friends since 2000 but this is their first collaboration, to celebrate the release of the debut album by Russell’s music project Everything Is Recorded (titled Everything Is Recorded by Richard Russell and released 16th February via XL Recordings).

Upstairs in the cavernous vaulted auditorium Ziegler will show a new three screen video work centring around tracks by Everything Is Recorded, a collaborative artist project that has seen Russell working with the likes of Sampha, Ibeyi, Warren Ellis, Kamasi Washington, Giggs, Wiki, Obongjayar, Infinite, Syd, Damon Albarn, Owen Pallett and Green Gartside among others. Ziegler’s work collages thousands of stock images, alongside live webcam footage and computer generated landscapes.

Downstairs Ziegler will show an immersive sculptural installation that functions as a stage on which Richard Russell and a variety of Everything Is Recorded collaborators will prepare and rehearse, culminating in Everything Is Recorded’s first ever live performance on 15th February. The show will feature Sampha, Ibeyi, Warren Ellis, Obongjayar, Rachel Zeffira, Infinite and more. In addition to experiencing the exhibition and live shows, there will also be the opportunity to attend open live rehearsals at various points during the week.

The week will also see Everything Is Recorded collaborating with NTS Radio for a series of specially-curated live broadcasts. Full details will be announced shortly.

The Savoy cinema was located in an Art Deco building which has been largely unused since the mid-1990’s. This project will occupy the space for a week prior to the start of its renovation and reincarnation as The Hackney Arts Centre, a major new performing arts venue for East London opening late 2018. Hackney Arts Centre is located at 11 – 17 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 8BH.

Everything Is Recorded


Toby Ziegler

So British! Collection Pinault (group show)
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rouen
6 June 2019 - 11 May 2020

Toby Ziegler, The Art of Sinking, 2009, oil on linen, 320 x 430 cm, courtesy of the artist and Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin | Paris | London
Toby Ziegler, The Art of Sinking, 2009, oil on linen, 320 x 430 cm, courtesy of the artist and Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin | Paris | London

From June 2019 to May 2020, the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rouen hosted the Pinault Collection, a few months before the opening of the Bourse de Commerce, its future exhibition space in the heart of Paris. This partnership allows you to discover, in Rouen, a selection of works by important artists from the Pinault Collection as well as an unpublished part of the city's heritage. Since its creation nearly 30 years ago, the Pinault Collection has continued to grow and become a major player in the contemporary art scene.

Rich in works by the greatest artists of our time, regularly presented at Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana in Venice, as well as in numerous reference exhibitions, the Pinault Collection is one of the most important and dynamic collections of contemporary art in the world. For this first collaboration, the Réunion des Musées Métropolitains de Rouen has chosen to focus on the British artists in the collection, thus offering a contemporary extension of the historical links that have existed between Normandy and England since the Middle Ages.