2 October 2010

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Conversations: New York à Berlin Berlin à New York, 22 Mulackstrasse, Berlin Mitte

A group exhibition about the creative connections between Berlin and NYC Curated by Nicollette Ramirez Opening Party Monday October 4, 6 pm onwards 22 Mulackstrasse, Berlin Mitte Performance by Michelle Isava David Button drawing Bodo Korsig metal sculpture Uri Dotan video Maike Paul photography Sebastian Gross Ossa painting Christopher Steadman videoMaureen Jeram painting Hiroshi McDonald Mori mixed media Juanli Carrion photography

1 October 2010

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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.   Launching 9th October, with the first broadcast taking place on Saturday 16th, the artists’ […]

1 October 2010

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East End Promise 1985-2000 Project Space Shoreditch

East End Promise celebrates the ever-changing visual and cultural landscape with particular emphasis on the ‘cultural migrants’ who made this area their home from the early 80s onwards. Many artists and musicians moved into the derelict, industrial area to the east of the city in the 80s and early 90’s with a Do It Yourself […]

1 October 2010

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DIRK BELL – Made in Germany

This autumn Sadie Coles HQ is delighted to present Made in Germany, the gallery‟s first show with German artist Dirk Bell. This is the second instalment of a touring project whose centrepiece is a 1987 Mercedes 230 that Bell has driven from Berlin to the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead – where it […]

30 September 2010

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FIONA TAN

The 45 minute film Cloud Island (2010) depicts the small island of Inujima which is located in Japan’s Seto Inland Sea. Inujima is in many ways exemplary of Japan’s last 400 years of industrialization. Once an island of fishermen and farmers, Inujima then became a place of granite quarries and copper refineries. Now all the […]

30 September 2010

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Atrocities of the brave people who dared gaze directly into the face of The Monkey God

Michael Marks, Helen Howard and Dan Avenell…Exhibiting rare archive atrocities of the brave people who dared gaze directly into the face of The Monkey God Of Rock & Roll, and lived to tell the tale. Well, some of ‘em.A one-off visual history of onstage extremes, from early Cramps/Sonic Youth/Hole and so on, through Gallon Drunk, […]

30 September 2010

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Peter Howson :The Night of the Soul

Solo show from this important figurative painter.

30 September 2010

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TERMINATOR

Camberwell Space is pleased to present Terminator an exhibition curated by Juan Bolivar  Terminator brings together a group of 14 contemporary London based artists whose practice examines the inherent legacies brought by new materials and strategies in art production.  Participating artists in this exhibition are: Nicky Carvell, John Chilver, Nick Dawes, Angus Sanders-Dunnachie, Stewart Gough, […]

30 September 2010

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PAUL WINSTANLEY : EVERYBODY THINKS THIS IS NOWHERE

Monoprints, watercolours, paintings and etchings.

30 September 2010

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ANTONI TAPIES Graphic works

Graphic works from this important Spanish Artist. Antoni Tàpies (b. 1923) is internationally respected as Spain’s greatest living artist. He has always lived and worked in his native Barcelona, where the foundation, Fundació Antoni Tàpies, was set up in 1984 to encourage a wider understanding of contemporary art and culture. Núria Homs of the Fundació […]

30 September 2010

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Tatiana Trouvé

Tatiana Trouvé’s work spans drawing, painting and sculpture, often brought together in precisely-scaled architectural installations which suggest the possibility of underlying narratives. For the SLG she creates a new installation in the main gallery incorporating three interlinking spaces interspersed with drawings and sculptural objects. Trouvé reconfigures and modifies spaces, never completely obscuring their original form […]

30 September 2010

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MARK BRADFORD : THE PISTOL THAT WHISTLES

New Works by Mark Bradford Mark Bradford uses painting, collage, sculpture, film and audio performance. He examines the ever-changing conditions and spontaneous networks that characterise urban societies, and in particular that of his home city, Los Angeles. Bradford’s large-scale, multi-layered collaged paintings incorporate materials such as remnants of billboard posters, magazines and newsprint found in […]

30 September 2010

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Male

MALE – an exhibition curated by VINCE ALETTI

30 September 2010

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JESSICA JACKSON HUTCHINS

Timothy Taylor is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition in London by the Portland based American artist Jessica Jackson Hutchins.  Hutchins’ mixed media sculptures, prints and works on paper explore themes pertaining to motherhood, domesticity, and the precariousness of human relationships.  Using papier-mache, furniture, old clothing, and glazed ceramics, Hutchins builds up lumpen organic […]

30 September 2010

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ASC Open Studio

ASC Open Studios 16th & 17th October 2010Leading artist studio providers ASC will be hosting an open studios weekend on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th October 2010 from 12.00-6.00pm. The event is set to include all of our 11 buildings across south and east London. ASC is a registered charity that exists to support artists […]

30 September 2010

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HARRY PYE’S VALUES

New Paintings  VALUES is my third show at Sartorial. A lot has happened since my last show   (“Getting Better”)   in March 2009 – some good, some bad, some weird. I moved house and changed studios, I even visited Estonia. I was artist in residence at the Highland Institute for Contemporary Art. I found […]

30 September 2010

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Art by Offenders

An exhibition and programme of events showcasing arts and Art By Offenders, Secure Patients & Detainees crafts, music, writing and film by offenders, secure psychiatric patients and immigration detainees across the UK. Art by Offenders is the 49th annual show of the Koestler Awards and is curated by a group of victims of crime, recruited […]

30 September 2010

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NENDO: THIN BLACK LINES + WHITE BLURRY SURFACES PART 1

SAATCHI GALLERY Oki Sato opened his multi-discipline design studio, Nendo (Japanese for clay) in 2002, the same year he received his M.A. in architecture from Waseda University, Tokyo. Since then Nendo has been prolific, completing an astonishing number of remarkable projects in architecture, interior, product and graphic design.

30 September 2010

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Ron Terada ‘Who I Think I Am’

This autumn, the Hayward Gallery Project Space presents an exhibition of work by Canadian artist, Ron Terada curated by Dr Cliff Lauson (b.1969). Terada’s wide-ranging conceptual practice includes painting, signage, photography, books, music and interventions. For his first solo exhibition in London, Terada presents a series of works that explore the ideas of creative aspiration […]

30 September 2010

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LEON KOSSOFF RECENT PAINTINGS

Leon Kossoff was born in Islington in 1926 to Russian Jewish parents who were refugees of persecution in the Ukraine, around 1906-1907. With the exception of three years spent as an evacuee during the war, and three years in military service, he has spent his whole life living and working in London. On the occasion […]

30 September 2010

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DAVID NASH : RECENT SCULPTURES & COLOUR WORKS

Annely Juda is proud to announce a solo exhibition of sculpture and drawn works by gallery artist, and internationally renowned sculptor, David Nash, RA. The exhibition will include more than 25 works, both monumental and personal in scale, consisting of carved monoliths, charred wall pieces, groupings and two dimensional colour works. Nash has developed his […]

30 September 2010

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JERWOOD DRAWING PRIZE

  The Jerwood Drawing Prize is the largest and longest running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK, originally established in 1994. The exhibition aims to promote and reward excellence and talent in contemporary drawing practice through the support and recognition of the work of all artists in the field of drawing, including that […]

30 September 2010

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STEFANO ARIENTI

Stefano Arienti Born in 1961 in Asola, Mantua. Lives and works in Milan, Italy. One Person Exhibitions 2009 Annalix Forever gallery, Geneva, Switzerland 2008 Lehmann Maupin, New York 2007 The Asian Shore, Isabella Stewart Museum, Boston Studio Guenzani – Guenzani via melzo, Milan Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago 2005 Lehmann Mauplin, New York Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, […]

30 September 2010

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STEVEN GONTARSKI

I woke up to the sound of a drum”: new sculpture and drawings. Steven Gontarski I woke up to the sound of a drum 9 September – 6 November 2010 “On the last new moon I drummed for a while in the dark. Later that night when I was in a deep sleep I suddenly […]

29 September 2010

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Alexander Shields and William Eckersley

Alexander Shields and William Eckersley U.S.80: Exotic Country 13 October – 13 November Preview 12 October 6 – 8pm U.S. 80, the Southern Pacific, was the first coast to-coast highway in America, pre-dating even the fabled Route 66. Spanning nearly 3,000 miles, it runs between Savannah, Georgia and San Diego, California and covers an enormous […]

28 September 2010

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Mad Heritage Exhibition

A group exhibition of CoolTan artists celebrating World Mental Health Day and raising awareness of the charity’s work: promoting wellbeing through Art. Special Event: 19th October 6-9pm Oh! Gallery A film screening and presentation by CoolTan in association with the London Arts in Health Forum.  

27 September 2010

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slash | line | bloom | fuzz | time – ABSTRACT ENCOUNTERS

slash  |  line  |  bloom  |  fuzz  |  time ABSTRACT ENCOUNTERS www.abstract-encounters.com Private View, Saturday 2nd October, 7-9 pm, upstairs at Cafe Delice, 40 Kensington Gardens, Brighton, BN1 4AL.   Daily 8:30 am to 6pm   This exhibition is the culmination of the work of a group of four adults, initially developed during the course […]

27 September 2010

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‘Time in Beingness’ Ali Jabbar and Auguste Rodin

The Hay Hill Gallery is proud to announce the first UK exhibition of Iraqi artist Ali Jabbar. Jabbar’s collection of paintings are thought provoking, challenging and humorous. The artist draws the viewer into his own world where thoughts and dreams interconnect and where light and shadow accentuate the brightly coloured surface that dances on the […]

26 September 2010

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Inticipation in Selfridges

An Exhibition of London’s Emergening Artists.

26 September 2010

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Origins

Formed in 2008 by Wolfie “Satan” Smith the IFC are a collective of some known artists including legendary Brett Ewins and some artists who wish to remain anonymous. Here’s what we do know about some of IFC…. Wolfie “Satan” Smith : little is known about him other than he got a U in art at […]

25 September 2010

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Ontologue

O N T O L O G U E explores the intersection between the awareness of being for the artist and the audience. This installation-based exhibition features the work of four emerging international artists who engage the public with themesof ontology, the study of being. Under …the framework of O N T O L O […]

24 September 2010

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photomonth photolounge

photolounge – showcasing new & established photographers from around the UK. This event forms part of the annual Photomonth festivalAim: To provide affordable space for photographers to exhibit their work and network