12 November 2010

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Sardine & Tobleroni | Pot Shots

Sardine & Tobleroni | Pot Shots19th Nov – 5th Dec 2010Private View Fri 19th Nov 6-9pmFirst Thursdays 2nd Dec 6-9pmOpen Sat & Sun 12-6pm and by appointment at other times“There is nothing the matter with Americans except their ideals. The real American is all right; it is the ideal American who is all wrong.” (G.K. […]

12 November 2010

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100Sqft UK Launch

Following a successful exhibition in New Orleans the 100sqft Exhibition returns to the UK with the work of 100 UK and US artists each 1 ft square in a 10′ x 10′ grid. The UK Launch will take place at the Cholmeley Boys Club on the 27th November.

11 November 2010

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Morten Viskum – The Hand With The Golden Ring

Vegas gallery presents `The Hand with the Golden Ring ‘ the first London solo exhibition of the Norwegian artist Morten Viskum. Born in 1965 he is considered one of the most provocative and controversial contemporary artists from Scandinavia. The artist’s unconventional choice of materials, themes and artistic expressions often seduces and invites the viewers to […]

11 November 2010

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Here Today

Here Today is an exhibition curated by Twinkle Troughton and Tinsel Edwards, featuring the work of 11 contemporary female artists at The Outside World Gallery on Redchurch St. Featuring:Kathy BarberWanda Bernardino…Sonia BlairFran CowdryTinsel EdwardsTracey FalconFran GiffardChantal PowellLakhi SanghaCorinna SpencerTwinkle Troughton The exhibition title ‘Here Today’ is taken from one of the pieces in the show, […]

10 November 2010

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Mick Rock: Rock Music

Celebrated as ‘The Man Who Shot the 70s’, Mick Rock’s images define rock n’ roll. Rock launched his career in 1972 with his portrait of an unknown David Bowie and has spent the last four decades capturing the most fascinating and exciting characters in rock music. Coinciding with the publication of Mick’s new book, Exposed: […]

10 November 2010

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Paul Bench – Drawing A Collection

Centre for Recent Drawing is honoured to be showing the original sketches for Paul Bench’s Debut Spring Summer collection 2011. The drawings of a fashion designer, alongside the clothes themselves first shown on London Fashion week menswear day this September. The Collection, described by Bench as “simultaneously boyish and austere, serious and playful, the collection […]

9 November 2010

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AN EXHIBITION FOR HIPSTAMATICS

Launched in the summer of 2010, hipstamatics.com is a blog dedicated to iPhone Hipstamatic photography.  A beautiful online photo reel, it brings together and showcases some of the very best Hipstamatic shots from around the globe alongside some in-house originals. People can scroll through the ever-expanding library of Hipstamatic shots and most importantly can share their […]

9 November 2010

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LUDOVICA GIOSCIA – Soft Power

Gioscia has created one of her decollage installations in which layers of custom and found wallpapers are installed and then ripped away revealing the strata underneath. Simultaneously operating on the architecture and importing into the space a pattern that often functions like an infinitely repeated iconic logo, the installation will work with the unusual quality […]

9 November 2010

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Echoes of Other Worlds exhibition

Echoes of Other Worlds: a contemporary art exhibition   Sculpture, video and paintings by a group of young artists, musicians and scientists present recent work that explores diverse ideas. The show has no set theme, but uses the title as a starting point to explore links between different worlds; in particular the worlds of the […]

9 November 2010

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Picturing Science exhibition

Picturing Science exhibition Disease, dissection, and Darwin become the subject for artists displaying at the Riverside Gallery, Richmond from 4th December 2010. Orleans House Gallery presents Picturing Science, an open exhibition which examines the collision between two harmonious and contrasting fields of symbolic representation, Art and Science. Picturing Science continues the successful programme of open […]

9 November 2010

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Making It / Faking It exhibition at Orleans House Gallery

Making it / Faking it: Copies, homages, pastiches exhibition Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham   Until 23 January 2011 This open exhibition explores how and why contemporary artists approach famous artworks – the perceived ‘masterpieces’ of art history. Works question notions of ‘originality’ and ‘authenticity.’ The exhibition includes meticulous exact copies in oil to radical reworkings […]

8 November 2010

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SUKI CHAN – UTOPIA ON THE HORIZON

“The aesthetics are intended to seduce. I want to transport the viewer to an elsewhere, one step removed from real life…”

8 November 2010

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Against Gravity

Conceived by up and coming curator, Catherine Borra and inspired by Italo Calvino’s notion that ‘lightness is a value, rather than a defect’, the Against Gravity Live Weekend at the ICA invites audiences to explore contemporary art face to face. With performances from the likes of Laure Prouvost, Matthew Stone, HTRK, Davide Savorani, Pandora’s Jukebox, […]

8 November 2010

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Artist’s Jewels. From Modernisme to the Avant-garde

Artist’s Jewels. From Modernisme to the Avant-garde The occasional but fruitful approach by artists to the world of jewellery is the central theme of this exhibition, the first on this subject to be held in our country. In it you can admire more than 300 works by Catalan as well as international artists who led […]

7 November 2010

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Andrew Logan – Rejoice – Flowers

New works Flowers East  

7 November 2010

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SITE PLATFORM

5 artists in turn use the gallery space to undertake explorative, cumulative, interactive, performative, experimental, in-progress or durational work.Site Gallery’s exhibition programme maintains a commitment to show both national and international work, maintaining a balance between photography, installation, electronic media and film & video. Our programme has gained significant recognition as a leader in the […]

7 November 2010

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SHELAGH CLUETT : SCULPTURE 1977 – 1980

Women will take over making art because they have no respect for all these dead traditions which men are lumbered with…women are born with a sense of touch men can only artifice” George Fullard, Head of Sculpture at Chelsea School of Art 1970   Shelagh Cluett (1947-2007) was recognized as an established female artist within […]

7 November 2010

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MARCUS HARVEY : TATTOO

FAS Contemporary are delighted to announce an exhibition of new paintings and ceramics by artist, Marcus Harvey. Artists Statement: Island Monkeys ‘Who wants to live on a fucking rainy rock in the middle of the ocean?’ A question John Lydon employs to justify residing between sunny L.A. and the lush Italian countryside. A journalist questions […]

7 November 2010

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Byroglyphics’ new solo show “Subsidiary”

Byroglyphics (aka Russ Mills) is one of those rare artistic phenomenons whose entry into thearena of galleries and exhibitions in 2008 seemed so effortless, that it was almost as if he’dbeen on the scene for years.He first came to the notice of Urban Art fans and buyers by selling very reasonably priced printsof his dynamic […]

7 November 2010

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Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson’s first exhibition at Alan Cristea Gallery opens in November. Johnson, best known for detailed, panoramic cityscapes, has created a new series of paintings of half-real, half-imagined interiors.To coincide with this show, Johnson has an exhibition at the National Gallery, London. Here he will be completing a view of London as seen from the […]

7 November 2010

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Albert Irvin – Inextinguishable

Born in 1922 in London, Albert studied at Northampton School of Art from 1940-41.  His studies were interrupted by the war and after serving as a navigator in the RAF he went on to study at Goldsmiths College, where he later returned to teach between 1962-1983. As a student he painted in an impressionist style, […]

7 November 2010

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David Maljkovic – Recalling Frames – Sprüth Magers London

The title of David Maljkovic’s solo exhibition can be understood in relation to his current body of work but also indicates a recurring theme in his artistic practice: recalling ideas from the past and analysing their impact on the present. He introduces places, their architectural structures and their underlying concepts in modified pictorial arrangements as […]

6 November 2010

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Gerry Judah – THE CRUSADER

Part of the Artist Reactions SeriesMain Exhibition Space, Imperial War Museum North, Manchester6 November 2010 – 6 November 2011  To mark this year’s Remembrance, the Imperial War Museum North in Manchester is exhibiting THE CRUSADER, a unique and specially commissioned artwork by Gerry Judah. THE CRUSADER has been created in direct response to contemporary global conflict. […]

5 November 2010

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Post Belief

Horace Blue is pleased to present in partnership with Artsaft, an exhibition of new work by Aaron Fickling and Mark Davey. We find it hard to look at what comes after. Our consciousness doesn’t really allow it. To perceive life after death is something that has long occupied the minds of philosophers and academics the […]

4 November 2010

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Irresistible Force an Art in Mind Exhibition

Irresistible Force an Art in Mind Exhibition organised by The Brick Lane Gallery. 4th – 15th November 2010. Featuring work by Che’Naye, Francesca Romio, Neha Morjaria, Richard Dwyer, Yuki Nishimura, Pascal Fessler, Alex Cave, Sina Ata and Valentina Sukova. Che’Naye, Francesca Romio, Neha Morjaria, Richard Dwyer, Yuki Nishimura, Pascal Fessler, Alex Cave, Sina Ata, and […]

4 November 2010

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Guises of Listening

Guises of Listening is an exhibition bringing together ambitious and innovative new works by fifteen artists for whom sound is a central component of their practice. Marc Bonet – Ann Byrne – Philip Cornett – João Coutinho – Michael Fisher – Lisa Hall – Takaaki Ishikawa – Hannah Kemp-Welch – Andrew Locke – Jessica Pinney […]

4 November 2010

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Episode 4: From LuckyPDF TV, this is Auto Italia LIVE

  16th October- 13th November  Broadcast LIVE every Saturday at 5pm    Auto Italia and Lucky PDF present From LuckyPDF TV, this is Auto Italia LIVE – a series of five weekly one hour transmissions broadcasting live on the internet from Auto Italia, Peckham.                           […]

3 November 2010

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Michael Hess BINGO & SOCIAL CLUB

  Michael Hess (b. 1977) is a German photographer based in Hackney, London.   Interested in little-explored society groups, he spent two years capturing the UK’s hip-hop scene. After a chance visit to a bingo club in Southampton, he began a four-year project on bingo. He’s also worked on stories like an American road trip […]

2 November 2010

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Apocalypstik

  Apocalypstick will be a multi-coloured riot of painting and sculpture, bringing together artists whose work is influenced by our everyday experiences of lurid popular culture. The work in this group exhibition of contemporary artists appropriates languages from the ever-morphing multi-media world to produce work that is often overloaded with information. There will be additional […]

2 November 2010

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The Balfron Project

  The Balfron Project is a large-scale photographic event taking place this Autumn at the Grade ll listed building, Balfron Tower, in Poplar. Led by Australian photographer Simon Terrill, the event will result in a spectacular, mural-sized photograph captured by a large format still camera. This final image will be exhibited at The Nunnery in January 2011, […]

2 November 2010

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American Mountains – The Last Thing

American Mountains – The Last Thing is the continuation of a group project, initiated earlier this year at Auto Italia South East.  The term ‘American Mountains’ here is evocative of a thing unreachable – distant in both time and space.  This incarnation will include a gallery exhibition, a series of texts, presentations and a website […]

1 November 2010

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Tom Estes – ‘Things’

  Tom Estes hands over the cookie cutter to ‘Things’ organiser Keith Wilson As a reply to the call to update Henry Wellcome”s curious collection, Artist Tom Estes has donated an object that was used in one of his Live Art Performances to an exhibition called ‘Things’. The Wellcome Collection is part of the Wellcome […]