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 […]

1 July 2010

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Noriko Matsubara

Noriko Matsubara’s new works including chigirie (Japanese torn paper collage art) & hishizashi (embroidery) are exhibited at Cafe Olive in London, UK from 7 June to 31 July 2010. Enjoy the artwork as well as a nice cup of coffee in a friendly and charming cafe!

29 June 2010

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Light Art Biennial

Light Art Biennial Biennale Lichtkunst – „private light in public spaces“   The Biennial of light art Austria 2010 is an exhibition of contemporary art dealing with light and is inaugurated in 2010.General informationThe slogan of the „ Biennale für Lichtkunst Austria 2010“ is „private light in public spaces“ and takes place in Austria within […]

29 June 2010

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Pavel Pepperstein – From Mordor With Love

Regina Gallery, London is pleased to announce a solo show, “From Mordor with Love” by acclaimed Russian artist Pavel Pepperstein, running 30th June to 2nd September. Pepperstein is a multi-disciplinary creative power house. He represented Russia at the 2009 Venice Biennale, has presented a number of international solo exhibitions, authored several books, and regularly complements his […]

25 June 2010

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Assembly

Assembly An exhibition of sculpture by Alice Bradshaw, Sean Caherty, Tom Ireland, Jessica Longmore, Lee Machell, Dan Mort and Tom Watson. Curated by Lee Machell. Preview Thursday 8th July 2010, 6-9pmContinues until 17th July 2010 by appointment Rogue Artists’ Studios & Project Space66-72 Chapeltown StreetPiccadilly, Manchester, M1 2WH+44 (0)161 273 7492info@rogueartistsstudios.co.ukhttp://www.rogueartistsstudios.co.uk

24 June 2010

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Psychedelic Caravan

The PSYCHEDELIC CARAVAN comes to Fish Island and sets up camp in FORMAN’S SMOKEHOUSE GALLERY, stepping down from it two modern gypsies from opposite ends of the globe. Marty Thornton and Bernard Rangel are refreshingly distinct, unique, auto-didactic artists that in their own right are bigger than life characters. They have emerged from the school […]

24 June 2010

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Islington Summer Salon

Islington Arts Summer Salon 2010

22 June 2010

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Art London 2010

Some 70 art galleries from the UK and around the world are exhibiting at the 12th annual Art London, which opens in the special marquee at the Royal Hospital in London’s fashionable Chelsea from Thursday 7 until Monday 11 October 2010. The eclectic mix of art on sale offers visitors works by internationally renowned names, […]

22 June 2010

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ArtWorks Open – Selected by Graham Crowley & Timothy Hyman

artWorksOpen  Private view   and announcement of prize-winners  Thursday 10th June 6pm to 9pm  ArtWorks Project Space  Blackhorse Lane Studios  114 Blackhorse Lane  London E17 6AA

20 June 2010

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Momoko Suzuki Solo Exhibition: ‘Or is all this a dream? …’

MOMOKO SUZUKI: ‘Or is all this a dream? Is all our life nothingbut an empty dream…?’The Bronze Horseman ‘Or is all this a dream? Is all our life nothingbut an empty dream…?’ is Momoko Suzuki’s first Solo exhibition represented by KOUKAN Gallery. The exhibition is focused on revealing the making process of her current drawing […]

19 June 2010

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Michael Cooper

Established sculptor and stone carver Michael Cooper presents his first major solo show in London which includes previously unseen characters from his truely wonderful, personal menagerie. Cooper’s carving technique means that mass and gravity are ever present in the characterful animals he depicts. Indeed the essential character of his subjects are allowed to materialise through […]

18 June 2010

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Architectural jewellery by ethical jeweller Ute Decker to be shown at London Festival of Architectur

After winning an Editor’s Choice Award at London Jewellery Week, Ute Decker is showing her new body of sculptural and architecturally informed jewellery at the London Festival of Architecture. Recently described by the Financial Times as “the architectural jeweller” her pieces are not so much literal re-interpretations of actual buildings but rather major pieces of […]

17 June 2010

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Concert by Gugu

Current visiting artist, Güneş Terkol together with Guclu Ostekin will be joined by other musicians on stage during the open studio weekend at Gasworks. The concert will follow Mateo López talk.

15 June 2010

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ONSHOW at Battersea

Three artists with the best and most recent of their paintings and drawings from Devon. Keiron Leach, Creydi Nevill, Ed Crumpton. The first London exhibition of this unusual and diverse collaborative touring group.

15 June 2010

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Neal White: Fieldworks from the Museum of the Void. Experiments in the Event of an Archive

Neal White Fieldworks from the Museum of the Void Experiments in the Event of an Archive                                                            30.06.10 – 31.07.20   Private View Tuesday 29th June  6 – 8.30pm   For the past few years Neal White has been engaged in an ongoing project as Artist in Residence at the Centre for Land Use Interpretation, […]

15 June 2010

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just after dawn and close to midnight (On Seeing and Knowing)

New work by Scottish artist Kevin McPhee, the culmination of a four week residency in which McPhee’s practice has evolved to form a dialogue between wall painting, sculpture, performance and supposed narrative.

14 June 2010

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Il Trasloco (Moving out of the future)

Il Trasloco (Moving out of the future) is a 1991 independent documentary directed by Renato de Maria, now screened for the first time in the UK with English subtitles. Set in Bologna and retrospectively looking at the history of one of the key places where the Autonomia movement took place during the 1970s, the film […]

14 June 2010

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Citylit Final Year Show

Brings together the final year art work of the students doing fine art at Citylit

14 June 2010

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SALON ART PRIZE – Call for entries, Matt Roberts Arts Project pace London

SALON ART PRIZE – Call for entries Since 2007, Matt Roberts Arts has produced the annual Salon Art Prize, exhibiting 244 artists and photographers and receiving over 2800 visitors. We are currently seeking applications for the fourth annual Salon Art Prize, in which we will support artists working in Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Collage, Sculpture and […]

12 June 2010

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Brighton Art Fair

The twelfth Brighton Art Fair comes to the Dome Corn Exchange in the heart of the city  Showcasing over 100 brilliant contemporary artists across all media, some have exhibited with us in the past, some are brand new to the fair, but all will exhibit and sell their work direct to the public in a […]

11 June 2010

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Intervention Gallery Launch

New Public Gallery & Artists’ Project Space for North West London. Launching June 18 2010

10 June 2010

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Roaming ROOM – Deptford and Peckham

These trips look in depth at individual artists work in their studios and they also include visits to smaller galleries and unusual spaces. We look at and discuss contemporary art, and talk about current ideas in relation to the work with a view to creating a more comprehensive understanding. The trips to studios give people […]

10 June 2010

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Fallis in Wonderland

Inspired by Lewis Carroll’s classic fantasy, “Alice in Wonderland,” Fallis uses humour and absurd distortion to draw our attention to the issues that trouble her – mass consumerism, scientific distortion and environmental destruction: “When we consider our planet and its entire species we really are living in a wonderland,” she says. “In these works I […]

10 June 2010

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REYNIR HUTBER & TOBY HUDDLESTONE

REYNIR HUTBER & TOBY HUDDLESTONE 4 JUNE 2010 – 18 JULY 2010   ‘To appear to have done something can be more significant than having actually done it’    Two movements dominated artistic development during the 1960s and 1970s: Performance and Conceptual art. 
Like many art movement terms these are not used to describe a […]

10 June 2010

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Sequence #5 Kris Fierens

Paintings by Kris Fierens

9 June 2010

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100Sqft

100sqft is the brainchild of artist Carne Griffiths, who was previously creative director of Hand & Lock – the UK’s longest established hand embroidery firm with a stellar client list. The idea is to take 100 artists from around the world and give them 1sqft of space to express themselves. The featured artists can choose […]

8 June 2010

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The Drifting Canvas

Press Release The Drifting Canvas 18 June – 17 July Preview 17 June 6 – 8pm The Drifting Canvas presents eight artists painting in the context of the digital information age, as ever developing CGI technology creates new and innovative ways of approaching the visual. As the increasing layers of CGI in film create a […]

8 June 2010

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British Politicians of the 1970’s

A are opportunity to view a collection of photographs by Ron Franks, taken from the Camera Club’s archives.

2 June 2010

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Robert Eadie ‘It’s Wild Out There’

In It’s Wild Out There, over thirty canvases by Robert Eadie take the viewer on a journey through the artist’s own experiences with nature.

2 June 2010

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Gossip, Scandal and Good Manners. Works by Ulises Carrión

Gossip, Scandal and Good Manners is the first solo presentation in the UK of the work of Mexican artist, writer and publisher, Ulises Carrión (1941-1989), curated by the first year MA Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art in collaboration with Martha Hellion. Comprising an exhibition, series of events and publication, the project […]

2 June 2010

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Exposition Sylvie Auvray

Des objets, des figurines un peu cheap mais attendrissantes, des jouets perdus, des tableaux de lapins géants, le glossaire plastique de Sylvie Auvray ne semble que recouvrir une part d’enfance un peu oubliée!! À priori. Mais avant tout il est question de trajet. Ces objets qu’elle entasse, ces images qu’elle recrute au hasard – pas […]