18 April 2010

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‘OBJECT-CULTURE: Art as Viral-Commodity’

Ourhistory presents OBJECT-CULTURE: Art as Viral-Commodity RED – 1-3 Rivington St, London EC2. Opening Thursday 15th April 6.30 pm Onwards Exhibition 16th – 25th April Tues – Sunday 11am – 6pm The exhibition concerns the creative,  intrinsic and problematic relationship between Art and Object,  that is our contemporary stereotype of art as object,  as commodity, […]

17 April 2010

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Architecture as Activism

Join us for SUPERFRONT’s 3rd Mixtape: Achitecture as Activism. Discussion panel with Jim Morgan (NYU), Yolande Daniels (studioSUMO), and Giovanni Piovene (Salottobuono), hosted by DJ /rupture and Mitch McEwen (SUPERFRONT). Choose to participate in 1 of 2 thirty minute teach-ins after the panel: 1) Peace and justice walking tour of the SUPERFRONT neighborhood with Jim […]

17 April 2010

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Time

  Time 28 May – 4 July WW Gallery  30 Queensdown Rd London E5 8NN Private View Fri 28 May 6-9pm Part of TimeOut First Thursdays 3rd June & 1st July 6-9pm Open every Sat & Sun 12-6pm & by appointment 07531342128 wwgallery@gmail.com www.wilsonwilliamsgallery.com     Time, he’s waiting in the wings He speaks of senseless […]

16 April 2010

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Goldsmiths MFA 2010 Graduation show

Student Shows and Performances Goldsmiths is all about the freedom to experiment, to think differently, to be an individual. We have a lively programme of exhibitions, shows and performances during the summer months that reflects this ethos, showcasing the work of graduating students See thoughtful, witty and striking art, design, performances, film and imagery from […]

16 April 2010

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AMERICAN MOUNTAINS PV

Ed Atkins, Rebecca Kressley, Sion Parkinson, Jamie George, Maria Theodoraki, Matthew Breen, Richard Whitby and Matthew Robinson    American Mountains’ is an ongoing project that brings together the work of eight artists. At its centre is an image and a phrase: a photograph of the perimeter of ‘Dubailand’ – a development outside the city of […]

16 April 2010

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Nuno Ramos: fodasefoice

The Embassy of Brazil in London proudly presents Gallery 32’s second exhibition this year: fodasefoice, Nuno Ramos’ first solo show in the UK.fodasefoice is the title of a group of works by Ramos, which comprise a wide variety of media: sculpture, drawing and performance. Nuno Ramos has been working on this series for a number of […]

16 April 2010

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Internet premiere: The fundamental obstacle

The fundamental obstacle | Edwin Stolk | 2010 The sense of constructing situations is to fulfill human primitive desires and pursue a superior passional quality.  

15 April 2010

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Li Yan: Accidents

Following London, Tokyo and Los Angeles, this will be the first solo show by Li Yan, the great outsider of the Beijing art circle in Berlin. His mini-picture series reconstruct scenes of violence and war culled from the daily news and raises questions to our perception of reality as filtered through today’s media. Opening Reception: […]

14 April 2010

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Altered Images

A solo exhibition of recent work titled ‘Altered Images’ The work in this exhibition fits into the figurative tradition but is influenced by contemporary ideas related to Post Modernism. The works are frequently transcribed or appropriated from historical sources that have interested me within the canon of European figurative painting. In some cases I have […]

14 April 2010

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THE SURREAL HOUSE

The Surreal House explores the power and mystery of the house in our collective imagination. It is the first exhibition to throw light on the significance of surrealism for architecture. Bringing together over 150 works, the exhibition also reveals the profound influence surrealism has had on a host of contemporary artists, filmmakers and architects. In […]

14 April 2010

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Maria Nepomuceno

Maria Nepomuceno’s woven and beaded sculptures feel entirely self-sufficient. They’re at once charming and mysterious, relaxed and vivacious, like the never-entirely-gentle Rio environment that produced them. Holland Cotter, The New York Times Victoria Miro is delighted to announce an exhibition of work by emerging Brazilian artist Maria Nepomuceno. Having recently opened an acclaimed solo exhibition […]

14 April 2010

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Haluk Akakçe

  New work     Haluk Akakçe is a multimedia artist with an innately romantic sensibility. In his animated video projections, paintings and drawings, wall reliefs and sound installations, abstract formal compositions unfold where biology and architecture, machinery and geometry coexist. Often deploying cutting-edge digital technology, and drawing deeply on the artist’s experience as an architect […]

14 April 2010

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Mobile Documenta 2

POST AUTONOMYMOBILE DOCUMENTA23, 24 & 25TH APRIL 1PM ONWARDSHOSTED BY DAVID GOLDENBERG Post Autonomy reading group project continued within an exhibition environment. A series of durational events in the form of periods of time to concentrate on reading through a text looking at actualising Post Autonomy. Reading from a text by Dieter Lesage The next […]

14 April 2010

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Monday _ 24 Month Meditation

About a year ago I came across the work of an artist who visited a penitentiary in Mexico City for more than a year, every Monday. I decided that my relationship with this person should happen exclusively on Sundays. I imagined Sunday to be a day of psychological preparation. THE ISLAND 24 Month Meditation 5 March […]

14 April 2010

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Deux horizons (two horizons), Maude Maris

exhibition in “chapelle des Calvairiennes”, from Maude Maris, sculptures and drawings.

14 April 2010

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Brian Eno: 77 Million Paintings : Brighton Festival

Brian Eno began his career as a visual artist and has always been interested in the synthesis of sound and image. 77 Million Paintings is an ever-evolving audio-visual installation that continues this creative exploration. The artwork was originally conceived in 2006 as the next evolutionary stage in Eno’s fascination with the aesthetic possibilities of ‘generative’ […]

13 April 2010

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Pavilion of Art & Design London 2010

Now in its fourth year, the Pavilion of Art & Design London returns to Mayfair during Frieze Week to showcase fifty renowned international galleries committed to the very best of Modern Painting, Decorative Arts, Jewellery, Photography, Tribal Art and Design from 1860 until today. The combination allows collectors and art enthusiasts alike the opportunity to access a […]

13 April 2010

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Chelsea Art Fair 2010

Contemporary work predominates, but 20th century work is certainly included and appreciated – from Lowries onwards. Works by renowned and up-coming artists are included, as well as 3-dimensional works of all kinds. Our aim is to offer quality works of art in the range £200 to £20,000 for the connoisseur and novice art-lover alike. Established […]

13 April 2010

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Structured

Curated by Jeff Bergman and featuring work by:William DuttererSara EichnerAustin KennedyNathan KensingerMichael NeffHeidi NeilsonLauren PascarellaEliza StampsMatthew Trygve TungStructured ties familiar places and materials together with unfamiliar settings, focusing our attention on everyday landmarks and fixed points in our world. Through the work of these nine artists, the known becomes unmoored or fantastic in its representation, leaving […]

13 April 2010

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TimeScale / Ian Johnson

‘TimeScale’ continues Ian Johnson’s enquiry into the conceptual and physical implications of man’s impact on the urban and natural landscape and ways that this can be configured intuitively. It consists of inter-related sculptures, drawings and assemblages that interlace attributes of the elemental with various concepts of organisation and categorisation common to man’s need to understand […]

12 April 2010

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STUART PEARSON WRIGHT

 ‘I Remember You’ / Maze “I have a face, but a face is not what I am” Julian Bell, ‘Five Hundred Portraits’ (Phaidon) 2001. The work of Stuart Pearson Wright (b. Northampton 1975) reflects a search for lost identity. One of the first children born in the UK by artificial insemination the artist feels that […]

12 April 2010

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Bad Igloo Lust

The Royal Standard’s next exhibition BAD IGLOO LUST asks the question: what does it mean to be a local or an international artist, if it means anything at all? BAD IGLOO LUST was originally created as a direct response to current exhibition Global Studio at the Bluecoat, in which The Royal Standard is also participating. Both shows will be showing at […]

11 April 2010

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Cindie Gottlieb-Cheung: Whisper Residency

Within her films, Cindie Gottlieb-Cheung scrutinizes the broader aesthetic relationship between object and gesture. Her work is drawn from her interest in the historical trajectories of the representation of women in lens-based media which is presented through sculptural interventions within her films. By appropriating the choreographed forms of imagery that have been prevalent in cinema […]

11 April 2010

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Undrawn Hours

Undrawn hours photography exhibition by Paola Leonardi this exhibition is supported by the Arts Council England all work produced at NES Artist Residency, Iceland Private View May 19th 2010 from 6.30 pm

10 April 2010

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Square Beard

Square Beard are a growing muldisciplinary arts collective who have chosen not go their separate ways, but to stay true to their skool, to make… something happen and commit to the city they all grew up in. Edinburgh, a city no stranger to dualism, wrestles with its old demon of parochial conservatism and its new […]

10 April 2010

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battery presents ‘IMMERSION’

Private View – Thursday 29th April Featuring; artists at the bar and guest dj set from James Harwood. Entry is FREE We are open everyday until mid afternoon on Saturday 1st May

9 April 2010

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POP UP ART FAIR

THE OUTSIDE WORLD GALLERY PRESENTS “POP-UP ART FAIR”. An exciting one-day only, group show that brings together the work of five very different artists and designers. Here is a chance to buy original works of art and design at very affordable prices. The Outside World POP-UP Cafe will be serving a selection of beverages ond […]

8 April 2010

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‘Skin and stories’ sketches and works in progress by Karin Gunnarsson

‘Skin and Stories’ at Ten Gales contains works in photography and other media, where we encounter peculiar and monstrous characters situated within entropic minimalist narratives. Private View on Thursday 15th of April 19.00-22.00 Karin Gunnarsson is a recent photography graduate from the Royal College of Art. www.karingunnarsson.com, www.gunakau.com

8 April 2010

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Rational Voices, Irrational Deeds

Fine artist Teresa Wells creates an Installation combining Sculpture and Drawing. The exhibition examines a contemporary account of morality, immorality, frailty, and strength.   Her sculptures play on materials qualities, creatively using their properties as symbolic representations of her thoughts. The wooden constructions interplay with delicate threads, layered fabric and steel bolts to convey human […]

8 April 2010

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Paint Paper Stone

Julia Hamilton and Andrea Lippett invite you to their show of paintings and sculpture at The Coningsby Gallery.

8 April 2010

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Art in Mind

Art in Mind 23rd March – 5th April 2010Private View: Wednesday 24th March 2010, 6:30-8:30 pm The exhibition features works by Sorin Dumitrescu, Claudio Giannini, Didi Bjornerud, Hakan Denizer, Ignazio Lasio, Tom MacDonald, Craig David Hills, Jurena Wille,  Sharmila Agnihotri and Mary Perrotta. In continued support of emerging artists, The Brick Lane Gallery is excited […]

8 April 2010

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HAND JOY

Hand Joy, curated by Paul Kindersley -22 artists, one room, a frenzied exploration of eroticism, desire, possession, longing and the body. Ranging from the abstract to the pornographic, the sexy to the sadistic, the sublime to the rubber, drawing as a way of ownership of our unattainable fantasies. Featuring work byDERYA AKAY MAXIME ANGELKIRSTY BUCHANAN […]