24 February 2010

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London book launch for ‘Mrs West’s Hats’

Book signing with an introduction to the project The Phoenix Artist Club ‘Mrs. West’s Hats’ By Helen Couchman Introduction by Dr Anthony Gorman Hardback, 84 pages, illustrated in colour, portrait 1.5cm x 12cm x 18.5cm Produced by Soloshow Publishing First Edition, 2009 ISBN 978-0-9560172-1-5 £10.99 for further info or to buy the book online see: […]

24 February 2010

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Bay View: Tina Hage, Keh Ng, Lisa Slominski, Keli Reule

Bay Gallery is representing contemporary work of emerging British-based artists, focusing on innovative emerging work being produced in London. This new body of work presented by Bay Gallery promises to be inventive cross-disciplinary work.  The gallery also specialises in contemporary Aboriginal art from Utopia in the central desert of Australia. Tina Hage In Tina Hage’s […]

24 February 2010

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Enabling: The Work of Minimaforms

The Architectural Association School launches Enabling, The Work of Minimaforms, an exhibition inviting Londoners to experience work by the artists that created Memory Cloud, the public art installation that took over Trafalgar Square in 2008. Hailed as one of the public art events of the year, Memory Cloud was based on smoke signals – one […]

24 February 2010

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Terrain-a solo exhibition by Caitlin Heffernan

Terrain is a new site-specific installation produced following a 2008 artists’ residency in Nigeria. Cut short due to factional violence, the residency yielded fleeting glimpses of a troubled but beautiful land and the installation has been developed from a simple discarded piece of basket found on the floor of a market near Jos, Nigeria.   […]

24 February 2010

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Rachel Price: ‘Planning Permission’

Squid & Tabernacle present the first solo exhibition of London based sculptor Rachel Price. Building ‘unfeasible architectural models’ led by the constraints of their materials rather than byergonomic considerations.  These models explore the gulf between fantasy and pragmatic consideration. www.squidandtabernacle.com    

23 February 2010

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4482 [SASAPARI] Utopia/ Dystopia: A Palace with Contemporary Views

Now in its third year, 4482 [SASAPARI] is the annual showcase for Korean contemporary artists living and working in London. In 2010, subtitled Utopia/ Dystopia: A Palace with Contemporary Views, it presents the latest work from 53 artists in the cavernous Bargehouse building on the South Bank. In the art world’s continual search for the […]

23 February 2010

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Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Should I Stay or Should I Go? A question rehearsed by RUN   CHELSEA space 5th Anniversary Exhibition   RUN with Bruce Mclean and David Gothard, Lisa Le Feuvre, Teresa Gleadowe, Jo Melvin, Mick Jones, and guests.   12.03.10 – 17.04.10   Private Views:   11th, 18th, 25th of March and 1st, 8th of April […]

23 February 2010

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How Plato became Pluto

Koraalberg Gallery presents the first solo show of CEDRIC CHRSTIE.

23 February 2010

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Echo…from the age that I was able to see it…

KORAALBERG has the honour to invite you to the group exhibition Sequence #2. This will take place in the Projects space of the gallery and is the second of a series of 5 ‘sequences’. Curated by Cedric Christie in association with halfhouse With Vanya Balough, Fiona Banner, David Bestué, Luis Bisbe, Derek Boshier, David Brock, Maria […]

23 February 2010

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Ron Arad: Restless

First major survey in the UK of the internationally acclaimed design maverick Barbican Art Gallery stages the first major survey in the UK of the internationally acclaimed, London-based design maverick Ron Arad. Ron Arad: Restless explores three decades of Arad’s designs from his early post-punk approach of assembling products from readymade parts to his exclusive […]

23 February 2010

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VOLTA NEW YORK 2010

NICK ERVINCK – Solo show Artists and galleries profiled include: Federico Solmi of ADN Galeria, Sandra Bermudez of Kasia Kay Gallery, Markus Putze Jarmuschek + Partner, Ghost of a Dream at The Cynthia Corbett Gallery, Heather Cantrell of Kinkead Contemporary and Jan Hafstrom with Andreas Brandstrom Fine Art. VOLTA NY will take place in 2010 […]

18 February 2010

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Traces and Testament: Chantal Powell

Traces and Testament is the first solo exhibition of work by Hampshire based artist Chantal Powell. The exhibition presents a compelling overview of her work to date, revealing its overriding themes of loss and longing, the real and the imagined, childhood and mortality.    Powell’s work elevates the relationship between found objects and our memories, […]

17 February 2010

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MOSCOW PARTISAN CONCEPTUALISM: Irina Nakhova and Pavel Pepperstein

After Rodchenko and Popova at Tate Modern last year and Andrei Molodkin’s Liquid Modernity at Orel Art UK, celebrated curators and scholars, Margarita and Victor Tupitsyn are back in London with a major exhibition at Orel Art UK, Moscow Partisan Conceptualism: Irina Nakhova and Pavel Pepperstein, running from 25 March to 22 May at Orel […]

13 February 2010

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Salthouse Harbour Hotel Art Wall

Admit Mirror Admissions and Observations 2010 An audio and mirrored material Art Installation at the prestigious Waterfront Hotel in Ipswich, Suffolk by a student at University Campus Suffolk. Competition set by the hotel for display opposite the entrance to the hotel, access free for all to enjoy.

9 February 2010

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Automatic Shoes – DANNY ROLPH

For his first show at Poppy Sebire, Danny Rolph presents a new series of sapphire blue backed triplewallpaintings. These new works are a continuation of Rolph’s investigation into his discourse with space.

6 February 2010

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Talk to Me

Talk to Me consists of a series of installations and drawings that Ellen Bell has created to act as fictional sites and settings for intimate conversations between men and women. These pieces are part of a body of work that Bell is creating as ongoing research which examines whether men and women share an equal […]

5 February 2010

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Lack

Shown in the courtyard at 20-21, Lack features sculptures by Norwich based artist Susan Bowman. Each piece is created from a singular item of clothing soaked in plaster or acrylic solution, retaining the form of a female human figure. The title ‘Lack’ references the writings of psychoanalyst Jaques Lacan who equates lack with desire. The […]

3 February 2010

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BOUNCING BACK : Cockermouth’s Flood Recovery

An examination of the flood devastation and a celebration of Cockermouth and its people. It features: – Paintings by Peter Quinn– Photographs from Local People– 30 minute film footage of the floods and aftermath Please note the gallery will be open daily during this exhibition except Thursdays and Sundays.

2 February 2010

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Kinetica Art Fair 2010

Over 25 galleries and organisations specialising in kinetic, electronic and new media art are taking part and over 150 artists exhibiting. Tickets start at £8. Work ranges in price from £50 – £40,000. The UK’s first Kinetica Art Fair, run by Kinetica Museum in 2009, attracted over 9,000 people with work sold to visitors, collectors […]

2 February 2010

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Treasures Of The Lambeth Palace Library 1610-2010

To celebrate 400 years since its foundation, Lambeth Palace Library offers the public a fascinating exhibition ‘Treasuresof Lambeth Palace Library – 400th Anniversary Exhibition 1610-2010′, opening in London at Lambeth Palace’s GreatHall from Monday 17 May until Friday 23 July 2010. The exhibition reveals centuries of history and hints at the depthand intellectual value of […]

1 February 2010

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Kienholz: The Hoerengracht

The Hoerengracht’ (1983–8), by American artists Ed and Nancy Kienholz, will transform the Sunley Room into a walk-through evocation of Amsterdam’s Red Light District. This highly polemical tableau explores a theme that has been investigated by artists over many centuries and echoes visual traditions well established within European art. Recalling in particular the Dutch masters […]

1 February 2010

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Mark Selby and Kate Terry

Opening times: Thursday-Sunday 12-6pm Artists’ talk: 2pm, Saturday 20th February   Curated by Patrick Michalopoulos and Ismail Erbil   Schwartz Gallery presents the work of Mark Selby and Kate Terry as part of its new series of two-person shows for 2010 questioning exhibition-making practice. The programme aims to create an innovative platform for dialogue between […]

31 January 2010

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Vision 21 – 17 March 2010

The next Vision 21 sale of Post-War and Contemporary paintings, prints, photographs, sculptures and modern design furniture will be held on 17 March 2010 and will include a broad range of work by some of the top names in 20th Century art and design. Typical auction entries include works by Ron Arad, Diane Arbus, Arman, […]

31 January 2010

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Post War and Contemporary Art & Design – 10 March 2010

onhams is delighted to announce that it is embracing the 1960s on 7th March when the viewing opens at its New Bond Street galleries for both a specialist auction of ‘Pop and Op Art’ and the selling exhibition of ‘Pure Sixties. Pure Bailey.‘ – a collection of David Bailey’s iconic photographs from the 60s. The […]

31 January 2010

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Post-War Contemporary Art Evening Sale – 11 May 2010

The Christie’s building features a grand limestone and bronze exterior with a post-industrial steel and glass canopy, complementing the existing murals, mosaics, and courtyard sculpture of Rockefeller Center in the heart of New York City. The 310,000-square-foot facility also includes a soaring triple-height entranceway with a specially commissioned mural by artist Sol LeWitt; a main […]

31 January 2010

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Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening – 11 February 2010

Post-War & Contemporary Art The post-World War II period from 1945 until 1970 is recognized as one of the most creative period of the 20th century, spanning movements from Abstract Expressionism in New York in the 1940s to Pop Art that was popular mainly in England and the United States (from late 1950s to early […]

31 January 2010

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‘Dialogues: A Fake Romance?’

Curated by Diana Ali Preview 19th Feb 1900-late     Curator and artist, Diana Ali in collaboration with The Elysium Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition ‘Dialogues: A Fake Romance?’; an exhibition of contemporary art work exploring the dichotomies of dialogue through painting, drawing, installation, film and photography. For a dialogue to form, the […]

31 January 2010

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Contemporary Art Evening/Day – 12 February 2010

  In 2002, de Pury & Luxembourg took majority control of the company and in 2003, Simon de Pury moved the headquarters to the Meatpacking district in Chelsea which at the time was just beginning to sprout as the international art district. With a new remit to focus solely on the sale of the best […]

31 January 2010

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The advanced body

“Der Sinn des Fragments – the advaced body” Ist die Erinnerung eine Art Fragment oder Assemblage oder schafft das Fragment eine Assoziation in Form der Erinnerung, ein Gefüge aus Eindrücken, Bruchstücke einer Realität, die als Erfahrung oder Deutung zurückbleibt oder obejektiv als Tatsächlichkeit? Schaut man sich die Kunst der Antike an, so erfährt man durch […]

31 January 2010

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Contemporary Art Evening Auction – 10 February 2010

The Evening Auction of Contemporary Art in London on Wednesday 10 February comprises a sensational array of paintings and sculptures that epitomise the major advancements of recent Art History, including the most outstanding collection of Zero art ever presented for sale. The Contemporary Art Department at Sotheby’s focuses on a diverse range of artists and […]

30 January 2010

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Artwork of Mark Robinson

The Link Gallery is a student run gallery in the Chatham Building, All Saints Campus of MMU.

29 January 2010

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Michael Landy Art Bin

From 29 January until 14 March 2010 acclaimed British artist Michael Landy will transform the South London Gallery into a 600m³ container for the disposal of works of art. Art Bin will gradually fill up over the six week course of the exhibition to create ’a monument to creative failure’. Click here to apply to […]