27 January 2010

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The Empire Strikes Back: Indian Art Today

Saatchi’s roving eye rests on the world’s largest democracy with an exhibition of 26 artists from the Indian subcontinent, including the leading lights of its currently thriving scene such as Subodh Gupta, Bharti Kher and Huma Bhabha.

27 January 2010

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Thresholds Curated by: Paula Rego

My Sister Dressed As A Bridesmaid, 1920© © The Artist’s Estate The guest curator, Paula Rego, has chosen the title Thresholds for this selection of prints, drawings and photographs that date from the beginning of the 20th century. Rego claims that the link between the 50 works on display is one of anticipation, containing an […]

27 January 2010

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Ed and Nancy Kienholz

Conspicuous amongst the classical paintings at the National Gallery, challenging issues permeate its first modern installation, a recreation of Amsterdam’s Red Light District.  Prostitution continues to inspire strong reactions, prompting artistic interpretation over the centuries, evidenced here by paintings from 17th century Conceived by American artists Ed Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz in 1983-8, whose […]

27 January 2010

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Philip Guston Philip Guston Works on Paper

  Philip Guston is a painter’s painter: uninhibited by prevailing movements and continuously pursuing his own language of representation he has managed to move between abstraction and his own idiosyncratic forms of representation with a freedom few artists possess. The current show of his works on paper at Timothy Taylor traces Guston’s development from the […]

26 January 2010

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BY CHROMED HOOVES IT TRAVELS NOW

By Chromed Hooves It Travels Now Is a proposed show that brings together four artists that question the nature of art making in their practice, whilst producing metaphysical works, drawing, painting or sculpted objects. Collectively they explore themes of creation and why art works amount to more than their material properties. All four artists are […]

26 January 2010

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Realism + Abstraction: New Paintings by Valery Koroshilov

More than thirty figurative oil paintings by Valery Koroshilov including the most recent work will be shown in the heart of Bloomsbury in London, at the solo-exhibition in Baker Tilly. On show there are pictures that are based on reality, but depicting this reality with a certain degree of abstraction. Valery Koroshilov explains his approach: “The […]

25 January 2010

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The Unholy Trinity

An outstanding collection of new painting, sculpture, taxidermy and installation from the stars of Duncan of Jordanstone’s graduates.  Featuring: Omar Zingaro Bhatia, Richard D D Cormack and Jamie Fitzpatrick.

25 January 2010

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Unusual View Launch Exhibition

UNUSUAL VIEW LAUNCHFeb 4 – 20, 2010 The anticipated debut exhibition of Unusual View presented at Oh! Art Gallery showcases Unusual View group’s collection of art oddities. Based in East London, Unusual View is an innovative project to provide support and employment opportunities to unemployed and struggling artists. It does this through a scheme to […]

25 January 2010

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Timeguards

These Timeguards are the first in a series of works based upon the theme of the ‘time guardian.’ Kielnhofer has gone on to produce these pieces in bright and cheerful colours contradictory to their sombre forms, an unexpected juxtaposition. The series on display at the Cass Sculpture Foundation is part of his original treatment of […]

25 January 2010

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Light guards at Woka Lamps vienna

The guardians of the light at Woka Vienna. Light guards provide light and warmth.   The Austrian artist Kielnhofer created a slightly different Winter lights. His light sculptures are reminiscent of monks, nuns and / or to the Virgin Mary. The light sculptures are suitable for the lighting of building facades, balconies, parks, etc. The […]

25 January 2010

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Timeguards by Manfred Kielnhofer

Opening of the new castle sculpturepark Steyregg. The first show are the guardians of time by Manfred Kielnhofer. Castle Steyregg Steyregg is a small town east of Linz in Upper Austria and has the castle Steyregg a sight that can be used for events and tours. The exact age of the plant can not be […]

25 January 2010

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To Be Confirmed

Works by a diverse array of contemporary artists from all over Europe will be brought together in a new exhibition entitled To Be Confirmed at The Bristol Gallery from Saturday 16 January to Thursday 25 February 2010. As a result of new research on German art by Dr Dorothy Rowe of Bristol University’sDepartment of History […]

24 January 2010

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Un Livro Sobre A Morte

A Book About Death” is a collaborative project conceived by american artist Matthew Rose for the Emily Harvey Foundation in New York City, where the original exhibition took place from September 10 – 22, 2009. Approximately 500 artists contributed 500 artworks in the form of post cards of varying sizes each created from works made especially to […]

24 January 2010

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Spectrum: Contemporary Color Abstraction

Invitational exhibition, curated by Susan Isaacs, PhD.  The exhibition features the work of (I believe) 7 or 8 artists.

24 January 2010

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NADA Art Fair 2010

Pioneering New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) Art Fair Miami Beach 2009 Heads North With Dynamic New Presentation To Historic Deauville Beach Resort, December 3-6, 2009 – The World’s Top Emerging Galleries Convene for NADA’s Seventh Edition – MIAMI BEACH, FL – Set to return for its 7th edition, the NADA Art Fair is highly recognized […]

22 January 2010

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S MARK GUBB AND ROAD KILL ZINE: HISTORY OF A TIME TO COME + ZINE FAIR

S Mark Gubb has been hypnotised and is working with East-Kent based fanzine Road Kill to rediscover his youth – specifically, his late teens, which he spent as a heavy metal and hardcore-loving musician and skateboarder in Margate.     Gubb(35) taped himself undergoing hypnotic regression, later producing a typescript which forms the source material for […]

22 January 2010

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Lucy Harrison -The Absent Collector

Using a collection of letters and postcards found on a roadside in Sicily, Lucy Harrison is attempting to piece together a biography of the person who discarded them with the help of a variety of Italian speakers from around the UK and Italy.   The London-based artist was visiting Palermo last year when she discovered […]

22 January 2010

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RSA SPRING OPEN EXHIBITION

The RSA Spring Open Exhibition takes place from the 18 April to 20 May and will showcase a cross section of contemporary art practice in Scotland and beyond. The exhibition will consist of small scale works by members and selected non-members in the RSA Lower Galleries and will include painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, architecture, installation […]

21 January 2010

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vincent hubele

vincent hubele exhibs his photos at Yono bar in Paris

21 January 2010

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Testing Ground

Artists in this exhibition: David Blandy, Laurel Nakadate, John Bock, and others Testing GroundA month of experimental live art and performance8-31 January 2010 176 / Zabludowicz Collection presents second annual Testing Ground Building on the success of Testing Ground: Curating, which attracted large audiences in 2009, it will include events organised by students from the […]

20 January 2010

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The 20|21 International Art Fair 2010

David Anthony Hall will be represented by Thompson’s Gallery at The 20|21 International Art Fair, Royal College of Art, in Kensington Gore, London SW7, from 18 – 21 February 2010. The fair will be opened by the internationally acclaimed singer, Patti Boulaye FRSA, who has a passion for the arts. She is a writer and […]

20 January 2010

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One2Fifty

The  launch of One2Fifty, a gallery with a difference created by landscape artist David Anthony Hall, which exhibits much of his work in a most unusual way.  By exploring the relationship between large format print, photography and the Internet, Hall has created a bespoke gallery to showcase his images by shrinking everything on a scale […]

20 January 2010

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Journeys With No Return

A Foundation is the London focus of a touring exhibition to Istanbul, London and Berlin. 

 Nevin Aladag, Zineb Sedira, Adam Chodzko, Olaf Metzel, Denizhan Ozer, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Olaf Nicolai, Ergin Cavusoglu, Melanie Manchot, Asli Sungu, Kiran Kaur Brar and Nasan Tur. 

 Curators Alice Sharp, Peter Cross and Levent Calikoglu and exhibition organiser […]

18 January 2010

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DANNY ROLPH – Automatic Shoes

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.

18 January 2010

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Open Source Embroidery

Museum of Craft and Folk Art, San Francisco, California, USA2 October 2009 – 24 January 2010 Opening: Thursday 1 Oct, 6-8pm  Access Space, Suzanne Brook Martin, Ele Carpenter, Iain Clark, Emma Ferguson, Flare Productions, Paul Grimmer, Richard Hamilton, Suzanne Hardy, HUMlab Workers, James Hutchinson, Charlene Lam, Kristina Lindström & Åsa Stahl, Sampler Collective, Sophie McDonald & Davide Della Casa, Travis Meinolf, Kate Pemberton, Trevor Pitt, Michele Pred,Clare Ruddock, Hamilton, Southern & St Amand, Becky […]

18 January 2010

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MEMORIES by MELIHA GUNENC

Meliha Gunenc, was born in Turkey, where she studied fashion and later worked in the textile industry as a freelance designer.  She then went on to study Fine Art at Marmara University before leaving Turkey for London.  In 2008 she studied Art and Design at St Martin’s School of Art with further studies in Music […]

17 January 2010

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Turner Prize 2010

The Turner Prize exhibition features the works of four shortlisted British artists. It goes on display for two months before the prize is awarded.Established in 1984 to draw greater public attention to contemporary art, the Turner Prize has both reflected and informed the popular reception of new British art in this country and internationally. Each […]

17 January 2010

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Rachel Whiteread: Drawings

Rachel Whiteread is renowned for her evocative large-scale sculptures, but drawing has always remained one of her core activities. This exhibition offers a rare opportunity to explore her works on paper, most of which have never been shown before in a public gallery.  These collages and drawings provide a fascinating and intimate insight into the […]

17 January 2010

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Eadweard Muybridge

One of photography’s early pioneers, Eadweard Muybridge is be subject of a major retrospective at Tate Britain. Bringing together around 150 works, this exhibition explores how British born Muybridge documented the landscape and people of America when the ‘New World’ was first emerging as a modern country. Focusing on the period of rapid technological and […]

17 January 2010

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Tate Britain Duveens Commission 2010

In summer 2010, Tate Britain will unveil a new installation by a contemporary artist – the latest in the annual series of the Tate Britain Duveens Commissions. The chosen artist will create a large-scale, site-specific work for the Duveen Galleries, following in the footsteps of other prominent British artists including Mona Hatoum, Anya Gallaccio, Michael […]

17 January 2010

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British Comic Art

This groundbreaking exhibition uses visual art to explore the role of humour in British culture over the centuries. Tackling key themes such as morality, politics and the absurd, the show will feature works by classic caricaturists from William Hogarth, James Gillray and George Cruikshank, to David Low, Gerald Scarfe and Steve Bell. It will also […]

17 January 2010

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Chris Ofili

Chris Ofili’s intensely coloured and intricately ornamented paintings are on show at Tate Britain in a major survey of the artist’s career that brings together over 45 paintings, as well as pencil drawings and watercolours from the mid 1990s to today. One of the most acclaimed British painters of his generation, Ofili won the Turner […]