7 July 2013

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Takeaway Art

Artist Natalie Kay has teamed up with Matt Jones of VC Jones of Whitstable: Fish Restaurant and Takeaway to produce a special artwork in celebration of their 50th year trading at the heart of the community. Throughout the anniversary year, Natalie has regularly visited the popular eatery to make onsite observational drawings of the staff, […]

7 July 2013

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Andy Holden, Roger Illingworth & Tiffin School Perform the Music of MI!MS

Stanley Picker Fellow Andy Holden has teamed up with Roger Illingworth, childhood friend and fellow bandmember from The Grubby Mitts, to revisit and rework a series of songs that they initially composed as teenagers, and which will now be performed by pupils from Tiffin School Chamber Orchestra and Tiffin Children’s Chorus, the latter comprised of children from primary […]

6 July 2013

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New Artist Talk at GalleryMuse

David Spencer Stoves is currently exhibiting a collection of his still life paintings in a joint show, Poem at GalleryMuse.  To close the show, David will give a talk about his work and open up discussion around art themes. Drinks Provided.

6 July 2013

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Artist Talk at GalleryMuse

Artist Mary Herdman is currently exhibiting a collection of her figurative works in a joint show, Poem at GalleryMuse. Mary will give a talk about the work and open up discussion around art themes.   Drinks provided. 

6 July 2013

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VERFREUNDUNGSEFFEKT with special guest Frank Klötgen

Join us at Ti Pi Tin on Wednesday, July 10 for the first special evening event curated by Lillian Wilkie. ‘Eine andere art von übersetzung’ Barbara Köhler, Niemands Frau ‘Use the minor language to send the major language racing.’ Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, A Thousand Plateaus Focusing on the Anglo-German arts journal Verfreundungseffekt edited […]

5 July 2013

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Cornelia Parker In Conversation with Jacky Klein

Cornelia Parker and Jacky Klein will be In Conversation at Waterstones Covent Garden on Thursday 18th July, 6 to 7.30pm.  Tickets are £4, or £3 with a loyalty card, and include refreshments.  Call 020 7836 6757 for more information or to reserve a ticket.

4 July 2013

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How to Heal the World Bank

Come and participate in an Hysteric Ritual: ‘How to Heal the World Bank’ officiated by the queer shaman alter ego Geyserbird of artist Graham Bell Tornado.It will be a SCREAM (literally)! The ‘How to Heal…’ ritual is part of a cycle which revindicates the figure of the witch in queer hystery. The cycle began in […]

4 July 2013

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Ehtifal Festival

The Serpentine Gallery and the Qatar Museums Authority (QMA) are proud to present Ehtifal, a free, three-day festival of art, literature, music and family events exploring the historical and contemporary Arab presence in London and its connections to the Arab world.

4 July 2013

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The Photographers’ Gallery Summer Fayre

We’ve been in our new building for over a year and we thought it was about time we celebrated. So for this weekend we’ll be running a whole series of events – you can hear our exhibiting FreshFaced+WildEyed 2013 artists talk about their work in our Talk Marathon, have your Dough Portrait taken by Danish artist Søren Dahlgaardand and […]

3 July 2013

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Ariana Reines: The Origin of the World

A one day performance by the artist. 

2 July 2013

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John Stezaker Talk

British artist John Stezaker discusses his work and career at the Contemporary Art Society on 12 September.

2 July 2013

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Jordan Baseman in Conversation with Dr John Troyer

On the occasion of his current exhibition, Deadness, Jordan Baseman invites Dr. John Troyer for a discussion event at Matt’s Gallery. Investigating themes present in Baseman’s new work, Dr.Troyer will provide fascinating insights into issues including new and near-future dead body disposal technology and necrophilia laws.

2 July 2013

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Coming to Light

Continuing the event series A Short Summer, waterside contemporary presentsComing to light, a screening programme of works by Raphaël Cuomo and Maria Iorio, and Mathieu K. Abonnenc. The works consider colonial history of European nations and its effect on cultural identity and global context of the present day. While Cuomo and Iorio’s Sudeuropa investigates the economies of visibility in relation to […]

2 July 2013

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Bouvetoya

To mark this new publication by artist Freddy Dewe Mathews the artist will discuss the Cultural History of an Isolated Landmass.

2 July 2013

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Unconscious Archives #8

This special edition brings expanded cinema crashing down on London with the first visits in this capital from the dynamic French collective Nominoë, and from innovative live film artist and author Sami Van Ingen. Also featuring the premiere of new audiovisual synaesthetic work by London’s Spatial.

2 July 2013

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Studio Art School Educated

The final installment of An-artist, Unlearning is a panel discussion focused on aspects of art school education in the UK circa 1960s/70s.

1 July 2013

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Parlour Arabesque

Parlour Arabesque explores the idea of Leighton house as a work of fiction; a twisting narrative structure echoing the tales of the Arabian nights. A number of contemporary artists shall produce site-specific performance works reflecting the whispers of exotic mystery and far-off lands which the house exudes, immersing the audience in an atmosphere of hidden […]

28 June 2013

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ARTIST TALK | Vittorio Corsini & Kyung Woo Han

In conjunction with their exhibition Once Upon A Time, Gazelli Art House will be hosting a talk on Saturday 29th June. Exhibiting artists Kyung Woo Han and Vittorio Corsini will discuss their selected works in situ with curator and Director of Gazelli Art House, Mila Askarova.  The exhibition explores the blurred boundaries between reality and […]

27 June 2013

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A Reichstag Do: The Forger’s Kabarett

Art and events collaborative duo, Mark Scott-Wood & Sam Tring present, A Reichstag Do: The Forger’s Cabaret, a night of glitz and glamour celebrating the final moments of the Weimar era before the oppression. With cabaret acts, live music, the obscure and the avant-garde. The fourth and final instalment in their series of special events […]

27 June 2013

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Lucile Desamory

The films of Lucile Desamory (born 1977, Brussels) draw on cinematic conventions that evoke the early experiments of genre film, with images humorously juxtaposed and characters slightly removed from reality.

26 June 2013

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ILLUME: an evening of free talks and workshops for emerging artists and recent graduates

REcreativeUK.com presents ILLUME, an evening of talks and workshops for emerging artists and recent graduates looking for inspiration from young professionals and like-minded people. Exploring themes of Motivation, Inspiration and Connection, speakers include young filmmaker Annie O’Brien, Artsadmin Producer Sam Trotman and artist Faisal Abdu’allah. ILLUME has been organised by London-based collective Illumine. It is the outcome of a REcreativeUK.com  professional development […]

26 June 2013

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CALL TO ARTISTS : NOISE & Whispers

Dear Artist,   GV Art, the country’s leading art and science gallery is planning a new sound exhibition, NOISE and whispers, curated by Martin A. Smith and produced by Robert Devcic.   The exhibition will explore study and celebrate the intersection of art, science and sound in its many and varied forms and will focus […]

24 June 2013

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Performance Night

This event is part of an ongoing series of new performance commissions, made in response to the current exhibition, Painting from the Zabludowicz Collection, that seek to activate the performative, material and affective qualities of the paintings on display.

24 June 2013

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Chapter 4: The Price of Sex

Following on from the popular and lively debate generated by Chapter 3: The Dialectics of Sex, that took radical feminist Shulamith Firestone’s pioneering 1970s text as its starting point, Chapter 4: The Price of Sex moves forward forty years to focus on what twenty-first century suffragettes fight for now.   Led by artist Lora Hristova, Chapter 4 explores the sex […]

24 June 2013

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Public Assembly: An Alternative Summer Show

Free Cooper Union UK (FCUUK) invites you to Public Assembly, a full day of architectural installations, live demonstrations, water taxis, canal boat lectures, cinema screenings, talks and performances, accompanied by photo booth, DIY publications, parents’ coffee stand, and refreshments. FCUUK pay tribute to New York City’s last free university—the Cooper Union for the Advancement of […]

20 June 2013

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Angel Flea Market (July)

ANGEL FLEA MARKET Sunday 21 July 2013 Open – 11am-6pm Free Entry Up-cycled, Re-cycled, Retro, Vintage, Art, Books, Furniture, Collectables, Clothes, Bric-a-Brac, Gifts and MORE! With a variety of traders, there’ll be something for everyone. Pitches available for £20 for the first floor or £30 for the ground floor. Tables are limited and can be […]

19 June 2013

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Helen Chadwick: Film Evening

Domestic Sanitation, 1976  colour, sound, originally super-8; 30 mins. Director: Helen Chadwick  In Conversation: Helen Chadwick with Marina Warner, 1986 colour, sound; 38 minutes. ICA production. The Case Continues (aka Close Encounters of a Martian Missionary), 1980 colour, silent, originally 16mm; 20 minutes. Director: Jock McFadyen

19 June 2013

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Sarah Tripp: 24 Stops

This Sunday, artist Sarah Tripp presents a new performance made during the inaugural Radio Writing residency at Camden Arts Centre. Tripp’s work centres on different approaches to narrative and storytelling; working across film, performance and printed words, her practice is rooted in observation and experience.   The work has been commissioned for hospital radio and features […]

19 June 2013

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Aron Demetz | Gazelli Art House presents sculpture in St. James Square Gardens

Westminster City Council is due to unveil two new works by the Italian artist Aron Demetz in St James’ Square Gardens on Thursday 20th June. This famous London space has previously exhibited work by some of the world’s most eminent cultural figures including Jeff Koons and Paul McCarthy. Reaching over four metres in height, Demetz’s […]

19 June 2013

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Dont Speak | Stour Space | The Lab Film Festival 2013

Join us on the 29th June for an evening of film, curated by the team at Stour Space in connection of the Lab Festival Film 2013. We will be turning the Stour Space gallery into a mini-cinema for one night only, showing films from production houses The OMC and Another Word, and a selection of […]

17 June 2013

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Sarah Pierce

Performance and book launch. 

17 June 2013

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Define Contemporary

Distinguished panelists will discuss how the art world’s global network of personalities, biennials, film festivals and institutions inform and shape the work of artists today.