23 October 2010

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Parlour Praxis

Parlour Praxis offers a series of performance works from contemporary international artists, exploring the idea of self-guided physical action as a vessel for meaning and dialogue. Building their work in response to the unique architectural form of Christ Church, artists utilise the subtleties of space in the building and develop a dialogue between action, self […]

22 October 2010

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Next Nature

A group video exhibition including videos by Susan Bowman, ArtLyst artist, that explores the duality between the nature we dream about but that might not exist anymore and the nature found in cities – how technology and cities, traditionally created to protect us from the forces of nature – somehow gives rise to a ‘next-nature’ […]

22 October 2010

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Juan Jose Bravo – Internal Landscapes

Thousands of ants frequently cover my body. Sometimes I feel I’m inhabited by rats. Other times a huge hole opens up inside me like an immense well where my whole life trickles like water then dries up. This work talks about this. I am interested in the changing processes, both positives and negatives, that people […]

22 October 2010

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7 Red Roses – Female Artists from East London

Seven contemporary female artists from East London show new works on the theme of self-reflection. Kimberley Beeching: mixed-media life studies on cavas. kimberleybeeching (at) ukonline.co.uk Maria Escribano: mixed-media installations www.britishwomenartists.com Katerina Iacovides: photography, female sexuality. www.rubyheelzart.com Jimena Pardo: mixed-media nude studies ximenapardo (at) hotmail.com Michelle Theodotou: Photography, illustrative stories. www.myseashellez.com Natalie Taylor: experimental work on […]

22 October 2010

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Arantxa Alcubierre – Two Hours Before

Arantxa Alcubierre Two hours before There is not any most important moment for them during the day, but those minutes just before the show. Excitation, concentration, expectation. They are the Cuban National Circus. Arantxa Alubierre is a London based photographer, working as a freelance between London and Spain. She combines her portrait and corporate photography […]

22 October 2010

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Reduction

  Reduction Martin Bardell, Manuel Capurso, Jochen Klein, Richard Kolker and Gillian Vaux 28 October – 7 November 2010   Reduction features new work by five lens-based artists, seeking to experimentally prune that which is potentially not required, as well as explore the merits of a downsized group exhibition. All five artists are recent alumni […]

22 October 2010

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Total Transparency

Multi-disciplinary group show in NO:ID Gallery’s new large premises, themed ‘Total Transparency’. Works by Calum F. Kerr, Charlotte Colvert, David Porter, Dominc Madden, Gavin Weston, Geraldine Swayne, Jan Suchanek, Jason Gibilaro, Jo Colvert, Jo Wonder, Juan Jose Bravo, Marc Vaulbert de Chantiliy, Mark Hammond, Martin Lau, Noilin O’Kelly, Paul Sakoilski, Paul Sibbering, Richard Niman, Sooz […]

21 October 2010

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Ai Weiwei – The Unilever Series

Sunflower Seeds is made up of millions of small works, each apparently identical, but actually unique. However realistic they may seem, these life-sized sunflower seed husks are in fact intricately hand-crafted in porcelain.  Each seed has been individually sculpted and painted by specialists working in small-scale workshops in the Chinese city of Jingdezhen. Far from […]

20 October 2010

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SPECTACLE OF ERROR, by Justin Westover

  In SPECTACLE OF ERROR, British photographer Justin Westover takes us on a journey through his adopted hometown of Paris and the desolate countryside of northern Europe. Drawing upon theorist Guy Debord’s notions of the dérive (drift), formulated in Paris half a century earlier, Westover has constructed a psychogeographical map of ephemeral landmarks on a journey without itinerary […]

20 October 2010

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“Extra Ordinary Men” Videos by Pierre Yves Clouin at Art Star Biennale, Ottawa

PY Clouin will be present during the screening of a 50-minute program entitled Extra Ordinary Men curated by Stefan St-Laurent which features 21 of his videos from 1995-2008 during the Art Star Biennale in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, on November 4, at 9 pm. The Biennale is organized by Saw Gallery and runs from October 28 to November 6.       […]

19 October 2010

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The New Ink Painting from China

The New Ink Painting from China is an exhibition carefully selected by Michael Goedhuis to reflect some of the finest contemporary works currently available on the market. The exhibition of 30 contemporary ink paintings is the first comprehensive display of Chinese New Ink Painting ever held in Britain and will take place at 16 Bloomfield […]

19 October 2010

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19 October 2010

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CHRISTIAN MARCLAY – THE CLOCK

White Cube Mason’s Yard iannounces the exhibition of a major new video work by Christian Marclay. Known for his mastery of collage, Marclay has for this new work edited thousands of fragments from a vast range of films to create a 24-hour, single-channel video called ‘The Clock’. ‘The Clock’ is constructed out of moments in […]

19 October 2010

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SCULPTURE

mixed exhibition of sculpture including work by Carl Andre, Peter Blake, John Chamberlain, Barry Flanagan, Dan Flavin, Robert Indiana, Jannis Kounellis, Fausto Melotti, Henry Moore, Mimmo Paladino, Lucas Samaras, Haim Steinbach, Frank Stella, Antoni Tàpies, William Turnbull and Bill Woodrow

19 October 2010

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SHADOW CATCHERS : CAMERA-LESS PHOTOGRAPHY

An exhibition of images by five leading artists who, for the past twenty years or more, have been creating exciting new photography without the use of a camera: Pierre Cordier, Susan Derges, Adam Fuss, Garry Fabian Miller and Floris Neusüss

19 October 2010

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RYAN MCLAUGHLIN

Timothy Taylor Gallery is delighted to present a solo exhibition by Berlin-based American artist Ryan McLaughlin. In recent years Ryan McLaughlin’s paintings have taken their inspiration from a range of sources including historical and imagined sports heroes of the American baseball leagues, modern medicine, and amateur botany. Characterised by fixed rules, codes, and subsequently a […]

19 October 2010

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ANGELA BULLOCH – DISCRETE MANIFOLD WHATSOEVER

Angela Bulloch’s dynamic installations need people. Rooted in the artist’s inquiries into how and why we order the world around us, these multi-faceted projects transform industrial material into experiential, theatrical environments that humanize the rigid nature of their subject matter.

19 October 2010

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MARINA ABRAMOVIC

In her 40-odd years as a performance artist, Abramovic has dealt in what she calls “true reality”, often at great physical and psychological cost. She has stabbed her hand with knives and sliced her skin with razor blades. She has lain naked on a cross of ice for hours. She has allowed the public to […]

19 October 2010

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ROE ETHRIDGE

Latest work from this New York Artist

19 October 2010

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GODFRIED DONKOR

Donkor is an internationally renowned artist, who, since 1995, has had solo exhibitions throughout the world. He has been included in exhibitions in important public spaces in the UK, among others, Pin Up, at Tate Modern, London (2003/4); Around the World in 80 Days, at the ICA, London (2006); Trade and Empire: Remembering Slavery, Whitworth […]

19 October 2010

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MAT COLLISHAW : CREATION CONDEMNED – BLAIN / SOUTHERN

Blain|Southern opens its London gallery with ‘Creation Condemned’, an exhibition of new work by British artist Mat Collishaw. For this show, Collishaw juxtaposes potent visions of the natural and supernatural worlds with traditional sculptural forms to explore creation and destruction, beauty and torture. In ‘Performance’, a swarm of butterflies are engulfed in flames as they […]

19 October 2010

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Graham Little

  Graham Little (b. Dundee, UK, 1972) graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee (1995), Goldsmiths College, London (1997), was a Research Associate in the Department of Fine Art at Goldsmiths. He has exhibited widely internationally including a solo exhibition at Camden Arts Centre, London (2001); Drawing Now: Eight Propositions at MoMA, New […]

18 October 2010

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WILLIAM DANIELS

Daniels is best known for his meticulous trompe l’oeil works depicting well known art historical paintings. He creates maquettes of the source paintings out of simple materials such as paper, cardboard or silver foil which then serve as models for highly detailed facsimiles in oil paint. Recognizable, but pared down and muted in tone, the […]

18 October 2010

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REUBEN LOOYENGA – IL QUOTIDIANO ALTERATO

  REUBEN LOOYENGA– IL QUOTIDIANO ALTERATO New Interventions on Everyday Texts    8th – 23rd December 2010, PRIVATE VIEW: 8th Dec, 7-9pm       Reuben Looyenga’s premier show at Sartorial Gallery, IL QUOTIDIANO ALTERATO, “The everyday altered” is an exhibition relating to the details that make up the moments of a day. His work assumes […]

18 October 2010

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LIZ NEAL – WHATEVER IS WRONG WITH ELIZABETH JANE?

WHATEVER IS WRONG WITH ELIZABETH JANE?  New Multimedia Installation Exhibition: November 11th – December 2th 2010 “Whatever Is Wrong With Elizabeth Jane?” Liz Neal’s latest installation showcases intimately nostalgic recollections. The title of this, Neal’s third Sartorial show is characteristically laden with self-derision. The show centres on a chandelier crafted from empty vodka bottles, and […]

18 October 2010

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Transylvania

Due to popular demand this show has been extended and will now run all the way up to Christmas! Artist Biography: Chris Dean is one of a small number of artists with a studio practice dedicated to lenticular work. Dean‘s interest in the medium evolved from early experiments with stereoscopic imagery at San Jose State in the […]

18 October 2010

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Unknown pleasures and Art in Mind Exhibition

Unknown pleasures and Art in Mind Exhibition organised by The Brick Lane Gallery. 21st October – 1st November. Opening: Wednesday 20th October 2010, 6-9 p.m.

18 October 2010

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Trevor Sutton – Paradise Circus

New work by this well established painter.

18 October 2010

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Edmund Clark – Guantanamo: If the light goes out

Edmund Clark’s thought-provoking project Guantanamo: If the light goes out is going on show in three different UK exhibitions, and has been published as a book by Dewi Lewis. Guantanamo: if the light goes out shows everyday living space in the Guantanamo Bay detention centre and in ex-detainees’ homes, considering the ongoing effect of incarceration […]

18 October 2010

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Beatriz Milhazes

This is the artist’s fourth solo exhibition at the gallery and anticipates her forthcoming one-person show at the Beyeler Foundation in Basel, in 2011.Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1961, Milhazes came of age as an artist during a transitional moment in Brazilian artfollowing the collapse of the military dictatorship. The ‘Geração Oitenta’ (the Eighties Generation) in […]

18 October 2010

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Susan Collis – I Miss You

Collis’ practice involves a subversion of time frame and visual perception through the manipulation of everyday objects. In the piece ‘Paint Job’, what initially seems like a collection of careless splashes and stains upon the fabric of utilitarian worker’s overalls are, on closer inspection, meticulously stitched marks replicating the accidental and spontaneous moment. Further to […]

18 October 2010

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The Coke Factory

‘Art is the most beautiful deception of all. And although people try to incorporate the everyday events of life in it, we must hope that it will remain a deception lest it become a utilitarian thing, sad as a factory.’ Claude Debussy (1862 – 1918 Welcome to The Coke Factory. This group exhibition provides a […]