23 July 2010

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Sustain 2010

Sustain is a selection of art and design exhibits by RCA students and staff that touches upon the complex arena of sustainability. Sustain is a showcase for the work, issues and arguments that relate to the ever-more-complex arena of sustainability within the Royal College of Art. The RCA offers a unique forum: we can open […]

23 July 2010

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The Graduate Show

Exhibition of works by international jewellery graduates, running from August to October.Within this will be a group exibition of work by 2010 graduates from the Royal College of Art.  

23 July 2010

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Boyd Webb (Comma24) – Suchan Kinoshita (Comma25)

COMMA is a dynamic new series of commissions enabling artists to experiment and expand their practice in relation to Bloomberg SPACE and its communities. Over thirty of today’s most outstanding emerging and established international artists will be invited to create new work, installations and architectural interventions. Boyd Webb (Comma24) Widely considered as a pioneer of […]

22 July 2010

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Caroline Walker

Valerie Beston Prizewinner 2009 Exhibition: A solo exhibition of new paintings from Caroline Walker

22 July 2010

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CROSS SECTION

A survey of graduate and post graduate film, paintings, and prints. This is the inaugural exhibition of gallery, Blackfriars Road. PV: 29 JUL 6-9 PM 30 JUL – 10 SEP MON – FRI 9 AM-5 PM (weekends by appointment)  

22 July 2010

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THE UNEASY LANDSCAPE

FOLD Gallery London is pleased to present The Uneasy Landscape, curated by Natasha Bailey in collaboration with FOLD, consisting of recent graduates. The Landscape is all around us, it draws your eye across an expanse of space, ever changing, it is affected by weather, people, buildings, light and sound. The Landscape is forged out of […]

21 July 2010

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Artsdepot Open 2010

Artsdepot Open 2010 Competition Exhibition for Finalists Apthorp Gallery, London, UK 23 July – 5 September Private view: Thursday 22 July from 6-8pm artsdepot 5 Nether Street, N12 0GA www.artsdepot.co.uk A vibrant exhibition showcasing some of the best visual art talent around, artsdepot open is an annual celebration of creativity. Shortlisted Artists: Helen Maria Alveranga, […]

21 July 2010

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Christine Keeler My Life in Pictures

 Profumo Affair model Christine Keeler’s personal collection of photographs and letters to go on show this November at The Mayor Gallery, in London.    Seventy images, most of which have never been seen before, reveal the public and private face of ‘Scandal’ model Christine Keeler.  Her simultaneous affairs with British War Minister John Profumo and […]

21 July 2010

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Variant Space

Variant space suggests an alternate view of space, which is touched on by each of these artists in different aspects of their practice. This can be a reimagining of space as a tangible form, the creation of a physical presence that exceeds the 2-dimensional picture plane, or the invention of an alternate dream-like reality. Rebecca […]

19 July 2010

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Divergence

An exhibition of abstract painting at Forman’s Smokehouse Gallery, curated by Claire Undy. Including work by Alice Browne, Jane Bustin, Dragica Carlin, Sarah McNulty, Nadia Mulder, Susan Sluglett, Claire Undy and Clare Wilson. For more information about the show visit www.divergenceexhibition.com Private View September 2nd 2010

18 July 2010

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Invisible

Lucy Bell is pleased to present Invisible a record of the collaboration between sculptor Victoria Rance and dancer/choreographer Clare Whistler. The two artists met in 1997 and have worked regularly together since then including on performances at venues such as the De la Warr Pavilion, Glyndebourne and Deptford X.   Victoria Rance’s ‘Sculpture to Wear’ […]

17 July 2010

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Mirror mirror on the wall

Artists : Ting-Tong Chang / David Loom / Iva Kontic’ / Xinyi Liu / Susana Mendes Silva Curated :  Ming-Jiun Tsai Mirror, mirror on the wall is a research project structured within curatorial framework to examine the discourse on contemporary art in relation to the everyday. Underlining the concept of tales – giving a sense of being out […]

17 July 2010

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Light Sensitive

A brand new collection of thought-provoking work by award-winning photographers goes on show this September as part of the prestigious MA in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster.  Light Sensitive presents 24 photographic artists at P3, an exciting venue in the heart of central London. The exhibition showcases emerging as well as established international talent, with […]

16 July 2010

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The Dictonary of Received Ideas

Featuring a series of individual initiatives between the curators and twenty international artists, ‘The Dictionary of Received Ideas’ celebrates the independent and diverse practices of the Goldsmiths Curating Programme and has abandoned an overarching thematic agenda to encourage an array of curatorial approaches and ideas. Taking its title from Gustave Flaubert’s satirical text ‘The Dictionary […]

16 July 2010

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Ribbons (The shape of an exhibition)

RIBBONS! (The Shape of an Exhibition) Breer Lazidj Nahr   Private view Wednesday 28 July 6-9pm 29 July – 22 August 2010     RIBBONS! (The Shape of an Exhibition) is a temporary project which will occupy the park opposite Auto Italia’s current location through July and August. Lengths of shiny, coloured ribbon are tied from the branches […]

16 July 2010

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SUMMER CONTEMPORARY Charity Art Night

SUMMER CONTEMPORARY Fulham Art Fair One off exclusive art show by Salon Art Bizarre: 150 art works by 15 international Artists continues at UNIQUE Art Gallery till Monday, 26th July. SUMMER CONTEMPORARY Charity Art Night is coming on Wednesday 21st July, 7pm – 10pm.  UNIQUE Art Gallery, 595 Kings Road, SW6 2EL. Art auction and live […]

15 July 2010

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Glimpses of Sudan at Downstairs

Glimpses of Sudan Three emerging artists express Sudan through art, music and film. Chicago-based Suzanne Hilal is a Sudanese-British artist who creates linoleum prints inspired by Sudanese folktalkes. London-based Amira Kheir is a Sudanese-Italian singer/songwriter creating a sound that is inspired bytraditional Sudanese singing and instrumentation, and blended with elements of Jazz, Soul, Ska, Bossa Nova, […]

15 July 2010

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Hydrarchy: Power & Resistance at Sea

Hydrarchy: Power and Resistance at Sea* is a group exhibition that approaches historical and contemporary examinations of the sea and the offshore as contested cultural, political, legal and socio-economic territories. Focusing on specific events, situations and mythologies attached to past and recent maritime history, the works address power relations at sea and the forms of […]

15 July 2010

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MOnuMENTS project

    MOnuMENTS – a focAR group project (Alina Tudor & Razvan Neagoe) Curator Cristian Radu   Opening on the 8th of June 2010, 6:00 pm UNA gallery, 10 G-ral Budisteanu Street the exhibition is open in between 8 – 18 June 2010 the exhibition makes part of “The White Night of Galleries” event in […]

14 July 2010

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Barbican Weekender

Inspired by The Surreal House exhibition in the Barbican Art Gallery, Barbican Weekender rounds off our packed summer season with two days of music, film, theatre, dance, visual art and spoken word. You’re invited over to our place for a summer party, so grab a group of mates and head down for some upside down, back […]

14 July 2010

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Alex Ramsay

Alex Ramsay: Paintings and related works 2000-2010 In this selection of works made during the last ten years Alex Ramsay explores his concern with mapping and notions of narrative through a series of large scale abstract paintings, text based paintings, and a group of small sculptural works.     “Like stories or journeys that don’t get […]

12 July 2010

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Boris Born Exhibition

A solo exhibition of aclaimed German painter -Boris Born.  The work examines the notion of speed and sensation through abstract constuctions, looking at contemporary philosophy through layers of pigment, paint and textural formality. Private View with live music 6-9pm Friday 16th July.

12 July 2010

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Adur Art Collective

In celebration of Worthing and Adur Council’s partnership working, this all-new exhibition showcases Shoreham district artists fresh from the Adur Festival Art Trail. “Contemporary, affordable, diverse and unique” captures the essence of up to 80 mixed media works by some 30 professional painters and crafts people

11 July 2010

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Unsplit Peak Problem

Hundreds of thousands of years ago, a series of unusual events caused a peak in the Earth’s Orbital Cycle. An ice age buried our seasons, wiping out entire species and causing great giants of mountains to rise. A mathematician, Milankovich, developed a way to calculate these cycles, but there were such significant problems that we […]

11 July 2010

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The Marquise Went Out At Five O’Clock

Charlesworth, Lewandowski & Mann | Stuart Bailes | Jorge de la Garza | Noemie Goudal | Adam Thomas   In partnership with Edel Assanti, jotta’s platform for contemporary art practice, jottaContemporary, curates The Marquis Went Out at Five O’clock. All the Kings Horses, a novel by Michele Bernstein, embodies a synthesis of contextual interpretations that continue to be […]

8 July 2010

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Generation 10

At a moment when there is considerable interest in the new generation of young British painters, Candlestar and the Hyatt Regency – the Churchill are delighted to present Generation 10, an exhibition of work by ten young artists who have this year graduated from three of the UK’s leading art colleges – Camberwell, Chelsea and […]

7 July 2010

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HANNAH WILKE: ELECTIVE AFFINITIES

Hannah Wilke Biography   Hannah Wilke (1940-1993), the pioneering feminist conceptual artist, worked in sculpture, drawing, assemblage, photography, performance and installation. Innovative and controversial throughout her life, Wilke is considered the first feminist artist to use vaginal imagery in her work, and her place in 20th century art continues to be established since her death.   Hannah Wilke, the […]

7 July 2010

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JEAN NOUVEL Designs 10th SERPENTINE GALLERY PAVILION

10th SERPENTINE GALLERY PAVILION, DESIGNED BY JEAN NOUVELAnd CHRISTIAN BOLTANSKI’S INSTALLATION, THE HEART ARCHIVE In its 40th anniversary year, the Serpentine Gallery is delighted to announce that the 10th Serpentine Gallery Pavilion has been designed by world-renowned French architect Jean Nouvel. This year’s Pavilion is the 10th commission in the Gallery’s annual series, the world’s […]

6 July 2010

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Can you hear it?

  Can You Hear It? is this year’s open exhibition from Bow Arts Trust. Franko B has selected new work from 22 artists to become, what he describes as, “an orchestra of different voices”. The selected works use absence, silence and miniaturisation to tell their stories. The exhibition features a broad range of artistic practice, […]

5 July 2010

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KIT ABRAMSON – I shave tennis balls rather than blend vegetables

Blackpool Arts Dept: SCULPTURE AND PERFORMANCE BY KIT ABRAMSON Negotiating a practice whilst raising a young child has forced Kit to consider the parallels between these two responsibilities. The work she makes involves ridiculous and arduous processes resulting in objects, performances and installations. Pieces are often slight, fragile and absurd and their subtext often channels […]

5 July 2010

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Anna Kolod – Sub-Zero Lovers

Anna Kolod’s sculptures, paintings and drawings are cocooning with erotic images, fantasies and obsessions, which grow out of their dual, Eros-Thanatos origin. Half-animal or half-god? A human being… the creator of the convulsive theater of Kolod’s work is always in the middle of this process. The spasmatic dreamer is searching for other dimensions and a […]

5 July 2010

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MICHAEL CASSIDY – NARCISS

Blackpool Arts Dept PAINTINGS AND PERFORMANCE BY MICHAEL CASSIDY After Michael’s success in the Jerwood Painting Prize 2009 and his Treignac Residency in France; This show is primarily concerned with unearthing the links between painting and performance. Looking at both, painting as a final outcome and as an ongoing process, the show features a live […]