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 […]

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 […]

18 October 2010

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Julian Rosefeldt – American Night

American Night (2009) is a homage to the medium of film and a reflection on the construction of fictional narratives using cinematographic and iconographic references. A five-channel film installation shot on a Sergio Leone film set in southern Spain and on the Canary Islands, it is one of the most complex works to date by […]

18 October 2010

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Graham Hudson

Where: The German Gymnasium, Pancras Road, (located across from the entrance of St. Pancras International) This month (October) the artist Graham Hudson presents an exhibition to mark the conclusion of his six month placement as artist-in-residence at King’s Cross Central. The residency was created in partnership with the area’s developers, the King’s Cross Central Limited […]

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.

17 October 2010

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Adrian Paci Comma 28: Bloomberg Space

Adrian Paci is an artist from Albania who is currently based in Milan, Italy. His exhibitions include: Looking Awry curated by the Croatia-based collective WHW at apexart (2003); In the Gorges of the Balkans curated by René Block at the Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany (2003); New Video, New Europe curated by Hamza Walker at the […]

17 October 2010

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PHOTO £ SHOP

A pound shop sale of photographs by C.A.Halpin, see art, choose art, buy art…

16 October 2010

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The New Chapter

A group show of work by gallery artists James Aldridge, Georgie Hopton, Boo Ritson and Danny Rolph to launch the new permanent home of Poppy Sebire. THE NEW CHAPTER brings together all of Poppy Sebire’s artists in one show for the first time to launch the gallery’s new permanent home in Southwark.  It’s a celebration […]

15 October 2010

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Studio Osep Archive

Private view: Tuesday 9 November 2010, 18:30 – 20:30 A rarely encountered selection of works, the Studio Osep archive records the shifts in representational practices in Istanbul between 1953 and 1986. Osep Minasoglu is one of the oldest living studio portrait photographers of Istanbul. Current resident artist Tayfun Serttaş has been collecting, recording and classifying […]

14 October 2010

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UND 6 – INTERCONTINENTAL / Ismail Erbil and Patrick Michalopoulos

Curated by Billy Gruner, Jan van der Ploeg and Tilman.   Private View: Friday,15th October, 6-9 p.m Exhibition dates: 15th October – 7th November 2010   Billy Gruner, Adrian Macdonald, Kyle Jenkins, Sarah Keighery, Andrew Leslie, Rachel Park, John Adair, Judith Duquemin, Justin Andrews, Ruark Lewis, Giles Ryder, Suzie Idiens, Lynne Eastaway, Sophia Egarchos, Jan […]

13 October 2010

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Manuel Alvarez Bravo – Quetzalcoat

Diemar/Noble Photography will present a unique range of photographs by Manuel Alvarez Bravo (1902-2002), renowned photographic pioneer of Mexico and celebrated master of the medium. This exhibition coincides with bicentennial celebrations of Mexico’s independence, and will open exactly 200 years after the call to take up arms against the Spanish colonial government. In addition, 2010 […]

13 October 2010

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Carne Vale

Beaux Arts presents Carne Vale, a new body of work by printmaker-meets-sculptor Marilène Oliver (b.1977). The work is inspired by her relocation to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she has been living and working for the past year. ‘In Brazil’, says Oliver, ‘I have seen much I covet: samba queen costumes made of thousands of […]

13 October 2010

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Art Exhibition: ‘London, The Visit’ by Artist Deric Ch’ng

Art Exhibition: ‘London, The Visit’ by Artist Deric Ch’ng at Red Gate Gallery London (26thNov -2nd Dec 2010) Artist Deric Ch’ng solo art exhibition ‘London,The visit’ takes place at Red Gate Gallery in London between 26th Nov 2010 – 2nd Dec 2010. www.wix.com/dericchng/artist This exhibition offers art lovers an opportunity to view and buy his […]

13 October 2010

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Karl England + Oliver Gardiner

A two day exhibition in Mayfair THIS WEEKEND to coincide with Frieze art fair. It will consist of two one man shows. Each artist’s work work will be hung separately in different parts of the building but are linked thematically by concerns including how narrative structures manifest themselves as physical structures. It’s hoped the work […]

12 October 2010

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Sorry I Can’t Tell You

Carlson Gallery is pleased to announce our opening of our photographic exhibition ‘Sorry I Can’t Tell You’ by renowned Artist Paola Pivi. Paola’s work is an interesting mix of concepts which you would not normally pair together, photography that will stimulate you. We are also pleased to showcase work by Massimo de Carlo in the […]

11 October 2010

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Rhythmic Surfaces

Hovering between abstraction and figuration, Lisa V Robinsons expressive work celebrates painting itself as an essentially physical and sensual process. Various sources, such as shop front windows, are used to create an inner vocabulary of visual language, comprising of; forms, lines and gestures, that can then be recalled automatically during the painting process.

11 October 2010

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‘Resurface’

An exciting collaboration of 3 diverse artists, exploring below and beyond surface through paint, ceramics, jewellery and scuplture.

11 October 2010

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Dark Nature

Artists:  Mats Adelman – Roger Andersson – Justin Bartlett – Paul Housley The tendency for contemporary art to reference the darker side of the human psyche as a response to our troubled times has been prevalent in recent years and has led to many artists referencing imagery that has a direct relationship with death, gothic […]

10 October 2010

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James Turrell

Through light, space can be formed without physical material like concrete or steel. We can actually stop the penetration of vision with where light is and where it isn’t. Like the atmosphere, we can’t see through it to the stars that are there during the day. But as soon as that light is dimmed around […]

10 October 2010

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Move

Move: Choreographing You invites you to become a participant – or even a dancer – in installations and sculptures by internationally renowned visual artists and choreographers. The exhibition explores the historical and current relationship between visual arts and dance by presenting seminal works and new commissions by leading artists from the last 50 years. Janine […]

10 October 2010

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Vanitas: The Transience of Earthly Pleasures

The Age of the Marvellous exhibition, which attracted over 4,000 visitors during Frieze Art Fair last October was in ArtLyst’s top ten exhibitions of 2009. Now All Visual Arts (AVA) has opened its fall show Vanitas: ‘The Transience of Earthly Pleasures’. Conceived and curated by Joe La Placa and Mark Sanders of AVA, the exhibition […]

10 October 2010

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Sungfeel Yun

Sungfeel Yun’s work shows an impeccable attention to detail and a high level of skill in constructing apparently delicate yet highly durable metallic forms. His steel sculptures are constructed using concentric and mathematically ordered circles, which, through a lack of visible bindings, appear weightless and pure. The artist is interested in the physical properties of […]

10 October 2010

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Expressions of Light

  Tuesday 2 November to Thursday 25 NovemberExpressions of Light An exhibition of paintings by Phaedon Constantinides. Private view on Thursday 4 November, 6-9pm. Please contact 020 7487 5060 for opening hours. Supported by the Hellenic Centre. Venue: Friends Room, Hellenic Centre