The book for the First Sino-British Contemporary Art Biennale, featuring Anne-Marie’s collaboration From Shinning Clough. The book is part of a large group exhibition at the Yantai Art Museum in China in September 2018.
Texts by curators Zhang Shou, Katherine Wood & Kaavous Clayton. Supported by British Council.
Exhibition pamphlet from a solo show at the project space at the Griffin Gallery, London in September 2017. Illustrated with a text by Karen David from the Griffin Gallery. You can download a pdf version by clicking here.
The book Armel Beaufils, le Regard des femmes, published July 2017, accompanies the exhibition of the same name and features Anne-Marie's work 'I do not see myself as I look at you (animation)'.
Foreword by Vincent Denby Wilkes, Mayor of Saint-Briac-sur-Mer and Catherine Elkar, Director of Frac Bretagne. Text by Sharon Kivland. Published by Édition Frac Bretagne. French/English. ISBN 978-2-906127-54-
A copy of the book can be purchased from here: http://www.fracbretagne.fr/edition-armel-beaufils-le-regard-des-femmes/
Anne-Marie's drawing, A diagram of Waiting is included in this book, published by MA BIBLIOTHÈQUE in June 2017, and presented at MISS READ: Berlin Art Book Festival 2017, July, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.
The Lost Diagrams of Walter Benjamin, 2017
Edited by Helen Clarke & Sharon Kivland. Essays by Helen Clarke, Sam Dolbear, & Christian A. Wollin
Including: Pavel Buchler & Nina Chua, Anne-Marie Creamer, Dean Kenning, Katharine Meynell, Paul O’Kane, Stefan Szczelkun, George Themistokleous, Monique Ulrich, & Louise K. Wilson.
‘The capacity of Walter Benjamin’s work to inspire others is extraordinary, and this small book of ‘lost diagrams’ is a splendid example. […] This archive of maps by readers of Benjamin suggests an unexpected form of solidarity.’
‘[T]he diagrams in this book trial the possible clusters of a life curtailed, one tailored to small means, but immense in imagination: Walter Benjamin’s.’
You can buy a copy of the book at this link: http://lightsculpture.pagesperso-orange.fr/sharon/publications.html
Anne-Marie's work is featured in ‘Future Now, 100 contemporary artists', published by Aesthetica Magazine, UK. With texts by Cherie Federico, Olivier Richon, Dr Rebecca Kill, Alistair Payne, Sophia Kosmaoglou.
You can buy a copy of this book at this link: http://www.aestheticamagazine.com/buy/future-now-2017/
"Recognising both innovation and creativity, the Aesthetica Art Prize anthology showcases captivating projects from some of today’s leading artists, both established and emerging, across four categories: Photographic & Digital Art; Painting, Drawing & Mixed Media; Three-Dimensional Design & Sculpture; and Video, Installation & Performance".
Anne-Marie took part in the first edition of the 'Moving Landscape' project, a project exploring the dramaturgy of landscape within the region of Puglia, southern Italy, promoted by PepeNero association inside the frame of PROGETTO GAP. It is realized with the support of Fondazione con il Sud and the help of Regione Puglia.
After a residency in November 2014 Anne-Marie's work for the project, The Passing of the Keepers of Salento, was included in an exhibition / presentation at MUSEO FERROVIARIO DELLA PUGLIA, and at Associazione Italiana di Architettura e Critica, Roma, with further events planned.
The book 'Moving Landscape', documenting the wider project, was published in September 2015, more details at the link below. Included in the book are:
Artists: Anne-Marie Creamer, Enoch Chen, Santiago Morilla, T.J. Hospodar. Writers: the Wu Ming Foundation, Antonio Potenza, Boris Tremolizzo, Ginestra Odevaine, Giorgio Ruggeri, Maira Marzioni, Marco Santoro Verri, Maria Assunta Russo.
Anne-Marie wrote an essay about ‘The Dilemmas of Adaptation: Making Treatment for Six Characters’, on pages 106–15 of the Pirandello Studies’, 2014, volume 34. Journal of the Society for Pirandello Studies, Published Dublin/ Europe.
You can download a copy of an review and interview with Anne-Marie about Treatment for Six Characters with the Pirandello Society of America by
The article is cited here with the kind permission of the Pirandello Society of America. please see this link for further information about PSA.
Kome til deg i Tidende, a meta newspaper was an artist curated project to mark the launch of a new building for the Sogn og Fjordane Kunstmuseum in western Norway. There were two editions of the newspaper, which was sent to 55,000 homes in western Norway in 2012.
The project was led by Lars Sture (Bergen Academy of Art and Design, curating course), with the curatorial team of artists-curators Anne-Marie Creamer and Kjetil Berge.
Project dedicated web-site: gettingtoyoutidende.wordpress.com
Contributors to the first issue: Georg Arnestad, Kjetil Berge, Bob & Roberta Smith, Alexandre da Cunha, Julien Discrit/ Olivia Grandperrin, Anne-Marie Creamer, Alex Hartley/ NOWHEREISLAND, gruppe MIM, aiPotu - Kjellesvik/Siqueland, Oddleiv Apneseth – Oddvar Torsheim, Andrea Lange, Marius Moldvaer, Clunie Reid, Hans Jakob Reite, Anne Lise Stenseth, Annika Strøm, Bjorn Veno, Anne Viken, Sveinung Rudjord Unneland, Julie Verhoeven.
Contributors to second issue: Kjetil Berge; Patrick Brill/ Bob and Roberta Smith; Alexandre Da Cuhna; Adam Chodzko; Anne-Marie Creamer; Christian Finne; Andrea Lange; gruppe Mim; Alex Hartley/ Nowhereisland; Erlend Hammer, (editor of Kunstkritik, interview with Sogn go Fjordane writers Hans Jakob Reite, Anne Vike & Georg Arnestad); Tania Kovats; Jeremy MiIllar/ Guy Moreton/ Alec Finlay; Marius Moldvaer; Annika Strøm; Ann-Lise Stenseth; Bjorn Veno; Julie Verhoeven.
Kome til deg i Tidende in distribution: Publish and Be Damned, “Index, Nordic Models at the Swedish Art fair”, Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation; Bergen Kunsthalle, Bergen & Museum Stavanger, Norway; Donlon Books London. Kome til deg i Tidende have now been sold out.
Opening Drawing Centre Diepenheim, Kunstvereniging Diepenheim Zevende Tekeningencahair, Hans de Wit, Een Keuze, Eine Auswahl, Hans Op de Beeck, Peter Morrens, Anne-Marie Creamer, Jochem van der Spek, Ben Kruisdijk, Edited by Arno Kramer, Texts by Arno Kramer & Tine Zevenhuizen. Published by Kunstvereniging Diepenheim, with support by Kunstwek Diepenheim, Goethe Institute, provincie Verijssel,Gemeente Hof van Twente. Published October 2011.
You can download a copy of a comprehensive interview on Anne-Marie’s work with American artist SE Barnet published in new Norwegian magazine ‘måg’ NaBroad in November 2010. The interview is in English.
You can also go straight to the web-page for this interview by clicking on
The interview starts on page 79
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“The works in The Drawing Book, by artists, architects, sculptors, scientists, filmmakers and thinkers of all descriptions, attest to the versatility and immediacy of drawing. From first thoughts to finely wrought, elaborate artworks, from the lightest sketch in pencil to bold, gallery-wall installations, the medium is shown as an essential vehicle for creativity.”
American artist Michael Petry was invited to make a project in for the Norwegian city of Stavanger in 2008, as part of European Union city of culture celebrations for the city. Petry invited 100 artists from around the world, including Anne-Marie, to send him an art-work that would forever be sealed inside a series of golden vessels. The project has now been purchased by the Palm Springs Art Museum, USA and is now on permanent display there.
Anne-Marie’s contribution to the project can be seen in pages 31 & 101 of the catalogue Golden Rain. Hard Copies of Vol. 1 & 2 can be purchased from Petry’s web-site at http://www.michaelpetry.net/
Anne-Marie's pages in the book can be seen at the links below:
You can download copies of the catalogue of the exhibition ‘All Over the Place: drawing space, drawing place’. The catalogue feature two statements from Anne-Marie including a short essay from her text on drawing ‘The (after) Life of Drawing, part 2: Dislocated drawings’, as well as illustrations of her drawings from the ‘Flying Through Amber’ series.
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