2 December 2010

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RAISING DUST

Participating Artists: Rasheed Araeen, Ranko Bon, Dumitru Budrala, Navroze Contractor, Yiannos Economou, Marina Grzinič and Aina Šmid, Isa Rosenberger, Sašo Sedlaček, Vlad Nancă and Zbyněk Baladrán Curated by novelist and theorist, Richard Appignanesi, Raising Dust is a provocative multi-media exhibition which explores contemporary notions of identity and relativity by inviting a group of predominantly Eastern […]

2 December 2010

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Duncan Whitley

Actual Dates TBA For Times/Dates see website Duncan Whitley’s practice combines an ethnographic interest with a passion for sound in all its forms and nuances. The artist focuses these pursuits by honing in on particular subjects that are rich in both human and aural data, making a study of the subject using a combination of […]

2 December 2010

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ALEX KNELL: TURN ON

New installation work, drawing influence from the controversial psychiatrist Wilhelm Reich – accompanied with text based works on paper.The tension between opposing desires, and opposing realities, is the principle territory of this exhibition. In this body of work Knell has expanded his fascination with alternative systems of psychology & psychiatry through the recreation of a […]

2 December 2010

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GROUP SHOW

Group Show Anthony Reynolds Gallery was established in a large space on the edge of the City of London in 1985. The gallery moved to the West End in 1990 and the current building in Great Marlborough Street was opened in 2002. The building has a unique character that reflects the singularity of our standpoint. […]

2 December 2010

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POP HYMNS: GROUP EXHIBITION

Popular Hymns With The American’s Peers And The Young British Generation. Group Exhibition.

2 December 2010

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PHOTOGRAPHY

Group exhibition with: Paul CasaerRonny Heiremans & Katleen VermeirIves MaesArno RoncadaVanessa Van Obberghen

2 December 2010

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Fiona Banner

Fiona Banner’s practice centres on the problems and possibilities of language, both written and metaphorical. From her ‘wordscapes’ to her use of found and transformed military aircraft, Banner juxtaposes the brutal and the sensual, performing an almost complete cycle of intimacy, attraction and alienation. In this exhibition the artist looks at how we mythologize history, […]

2 December 2010

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The Moment of Privacy has Passed – Sketchbooks by Contemporary Artists, Architects and Designers

  Phill Hopkins will be included in the forthcoming exhibition: The Moment of Privacy has Passed – Sketchbooks by Contemporary Artists, Architects and Designers. The Usher Gallery, Lincoln. 11 December 2010 – 6 March 2011   Sketchbooks are usually private and personal, a creative space in which thoughts and ideas are noted by artists, architects and designers.  […]

30 November 2010

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ADDIS FOTO FEST

  The 1st Addis Foto Fest brings together African and African Diaspora photographers in order to foster a dialogue through conferences, exhibitions, film screenings, networking events and workshops. With the participation of representatives from the global photography market, the activities of the festival will be an opportunity to expose the participants to the various ways […]

30 November 2010

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Patrice Valota & Aigana Gali Paintings

In January, the Hay Hill Gallery presents “Quiet Days Under The Trees” the first exhibition of works by the French artist Patrice Valota in London. The exhibition incorporates artworks from the two striking series, “Arborescence” and “Expressions”. Valota has chosen wax as his main medium. He paints with the flame of a blowtorch, mastering the […]

29 November 2010

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SAM WINSTON – New works

By the time you’ve read this sentence three people have been born into the world. By the time you’ve read this sentence two will have passed away. By the time you’ve lived through this twelve-hour day there will be 100,000 more children on the planet. And in the same twelve hours 70,000 people will have […]

29 November 2010

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Next Nature (Extended)

A group of artists, including ArtLyst gallerist Susan Bowman, show their ideas about how the world might look as a result of man’s meddling with it. Part of Hereford Photography Festival. Show extended for 2 more weeks. Image: still from video Moving by Susan Bowman. (Click link to view video).

29 November 2010

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SLIP Zoom in/Enhance 90

Laura Buckley •  Martin Fletcher Systems House • Ilana Halperin • Andy Jackson • Francesco Pedraglio  • Maria Taniguchi • Adam Thompson  This two part exhibition will be accompanied by a newly published text by writer and independent curator Francesco Pedraglio. The text, a fictive narrative around the imagined existence of abstract objects, will entwine […]

29 November 2010

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Hito Steyerl – In Free Fall

Chisenhale Gallery presents Hito Steyerl’s first major solo exhibition in London. In Free Fall (2010), a new film co-commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery, Picture This, Bristol and Collective, Edinburgh, incorporates a series of works – After the Crash, Before the Crash and Crash – which employs the setting and characters of an aeroplane junkyard in the […]

28 November 2010

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Lelia Pissarro – THE COLOURS OF SILENCE

Stern Pissarro Gallery New Works The subject of this series of snow paintings is Yeyette Lebatard’s house, in the heart of the Calvados village of Clécy, a motif Lélia visited five years ago but explores again with a fresh eye, a fresh mind and a different technique. Again, Lélia concentrates on the exploration of variation […]

28 November 2010

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A One Night Stand with Jeremy Evans

On December 2nd 2010 Jeremy Evans participates in our One Night Stand Programme. ‘A One Night Stand With…’ is a curatorial difference for exploratory projects, performances, screenings, events and site specific installations. We invite an artist to present work of a temporary existence. In the morning it will be gone.

26 November 2010

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Peter Blake

Much anticipated new exhibition from this British Pop Master. The show is running concurrently with his critically aclaimed,exhibition at the Museum of Evertything. Born in 1932 in Dartford, Kent, Sir Peter Blake studied at Gravesend School of Art before being accepted into the Royal College of Art, London. He graduated in 1956, having completed his […]

26 November 2010

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“Cycles” by Mutalib Man

For Mutalib the m2 gallery was reminiscent of the shrines commonly found in Malaysia, the country of his birth.  These shrines are found by roadsides, under trees, innumerable different locations where small offerings can be made to appease the spirits, good or bad, that are believed to be everywhere. Mutalib Man studied at MARA Institute […]

26 November 2010

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The Stour Collective

STOUR SPACE would like to invite you to THE STOUR COLLECTIVE, a group exhibition showcasing a unique and dynamic assembly of 13 emerging international artists.   After a successful year of public events, exhibitions and designer markets, THE STOUR COLLECTIVE is STOUR SPACE’s final exhibition for 2010 and will celebrate a year of innovative work […]

26 November 2010

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Reading for Reading’s Sake: UNFIXED

Flat Time House hosts three days of events organised by Reading for Reading’s Sakewith David Berridge, Maurice Carlin, Rachel Lois Clapham and Emma Cocker, Patrick Coyle, Ella Finer, John Hill, Helen Kaplinsky and Stefan Sulzer Events are free and open to all. To RSVP for a specific event and for reading lists please contact info@flattimeho.org.uk […]

25 November 2010

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Lynn Chadwick: The Couple

Talking Art – 24 January, 6.30pm An exhibtion focusing on the theme of the couple in the work of Lynn Chadwick and its development throughout his career.

25 November 2010

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Privatsphären

Art Exhibition Featuring: Adrian Bayreuther, Alberto D’Assumpcao, Olga Dmytrenko, Frank Ettenberg, Harriette Lawler, Abd A. Masoud, Izabella Pavlushko, and Constantin Severin.

24 November 2010

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Objects in Mind

An exhibition exploring people and objects, featuring photographs of artists in their studios by Eamonn McCabe. In partnership with the National Portrait Gallery. Objects in Mind is inspired by the loan from the National Portrait Gallery of Maggi Hambling’s spectacular self-portrait. Just as Freud surrounded himself with antiquities, the artist portrays herself as though pausing […]

23 November 2010

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Ceal Floyer

Lisson Gallery presents an exhibition of new works by Ceal Floyer. Floyer’s clarity of thought and the elegantly concise presentation of her ideas resonate through all areas of her practice. The deceptive simplicity of the work is informed by Floyer’s particular sense of humour and an awareness of the absurd. Through subtle interventions with everyday […]

23 November 2010

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Bethan Huws: Capelgwyn

The first UK exhibition by Welsh artist Bethan Huws in 20 years is presented at the Whitechapel Gallery.  From a tiny boat made from a single reed to raising over half of the Gallery’s floor by 17.5cm, for this exhibition, Bethan Huws is interested in subtly altering the viewer’s experience of space to create sites […]

22 November 2010

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GAVIN TREMLETT | Amusements

“Situated between an embrace of vulgarity in contemporary culture, and a yearning for a lost mode of figuration in painting, my work establishes a place of intersection between the sublime possibilities of painting, and the closed, crude nature of pornography.”   CHARLIE SMITH london is delighted to present Berlin based artist Gavin Tremlett with his […]

22 November 2010

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VIKTOR WYND FINE ART

BEASTS ROYAL List of Artists: Leonora Carrington, Natasha Chambers, Oliver Clegg, Angela Cockayne, Adam Dant, Jill Tegan Doherty, Annabel Elgar, Noel Fielding, Nancy Fouts, Jen Franklin, Maria Teresa Gavazzi, Bert Gilbert, Carolyn Gowdy, Marcelle Hanselaar, Andy Harper, Lynn Hatzius, Paul Hazelton, Aly Helyer, Dan Hillier, Jimp, Nicholas Jolly, Damien Meade, Hugh Mendes, Raul Pina, Max […]

22 November 2010

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Two London Shows

Simon Coates is taking part in two London group shows before the end of the year. ‘The Sleeping Runner’ starts on November 25th 2010 at The Brick Lane Gallery, 196 Brick Lane and the BHVU Winter Open starts the day after at the BHVU, Unit A, Leswin Place, Stoke Newington.  The Brick Lane Gallery exhibition […]

22 November 2010

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TJ Wilcox – Starring Patsy Cline

For his latest show at Sadie Coles HQ, Starring Patsy Cline, TJ Wilcox is presenting two new films – The Heir and Astaire and Yours, Patsy Cline (both 2010) – together with collages on folding screens that translate their imagery into elaborate decorative motifs.     The Heir and Astaire is devoted to the marriage of […]

22 November 2010

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THE OTHER SIDE, Tina, We Salute You

The Other Side is a collaborative exhibition featuring the work of London Artists and Designers, who have responded individually to separate parts of a surreal narrative written by Xenobe Purvis.  This exhibition celebrates their response and reveals personal interpretations of the story along the walls of the space. The exhibition will be a work in progress […]

21 November 2010

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Jasper & Harry’s Tate Modern

Jasper and Harry’s Tate Modern at Unit 24: 10 December – 22 January 2010 (closed December 18 to January 3) Private View: Thursday 9 December 18:30 – 21:30Opening Times: Mon -Wed : 8:00 -17:00 Thu -Fri : 8:00 -18:30 Sat – 10:00 -17:00 …Jasper Joffe and Harry Pye proudly present their version of Tate Modern, […]