23 September 2010

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My ALL-STARS

Recent photographic works by Alex Guofeng Cao http://alexguofengcao.com/

23 September 2010

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David Nash

presents a rich and extensive exhibition of work by David Nash, tracing the evolution of the artist’s forty-year career and offering a vivid statement of his life’s work. Sculpture, installation and drawings range across the Park and include new monumental works for the Underground Gallery, a retrospective survey in Longside Gallery and contextual displays from […]

23 September 2010

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How am I not myself

In association with Neville Brody’s ADF (Anti Design Festival), PayneShurvell is proud to present 4by4 throughout the month of September: four curators / four shows / four publications / four weeks. Edward Vince will be curating week 3 and producing his own work for the occasion, including objects he has commissioned specifically for this show. […]

23 September 2010

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‘Wild Fantasies’ A Decade Of Don’t Panic Posters

Wild Fantasies’ Is an Exhibition Celebrating Ten Years Of The Don’t Panic Poster Guest Curated By Leon Martyn. Ten years ago we started to include the Don’t Panic Poster in the Packs distributed to all the city hotspots. Come and see some of the highlights by artists such as Andrew Rae, Banksy, Pentagram, Lucy McLauchlan, […]

22 September 2010

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Louise Bourgeois: The Fabric Works

New solo exhibition by the late Louise Bourgeois. The exhibition will feature over seventy fabric drawings made between 2002 and 2008, as well as four large-scale sculptures. Made from clothes and other domestic effects accrued over decades, Bourgeois’s fabric drawings are abstract yet acutely personal works, retaining allusions to the materials’ past incarnations. Curated by […]

22 September 2010

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Jason Rhoades 1:12 Perfect World

Hauser & Wirth is proud to announce the gallery’s first posthumous show of Jason Rhoades’ work and the artist’s first European solo exhibition since his death in 2006. The exhibition features ’1:12 Perfect World’, Rhoades’ scale model of his groundbreaking 1999 exhibition, ‘Perfect World’ at Deichtorhallen in Hamburg. Originally existing as four quarters, the sterling […]

22 September 2010

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MMX by Paul S. Brown

Classical realist artist Paul S. Brown exhibits his latest collection of work entitled MMX at the W.H. Patterson gallery from 6th to 29th October 2010.    Known for his ability to capture life in exquisite detail, these new pictures explore the leisurely pursuits of fine wine and field sports through to the nude. Prices suit […]

22 September 2010

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Pokerface

Portrait Exhibition with works by Ronny Delrue, Christopher Hanlon, Sam Jackson and Nele Tas.

22 September 2010

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ROMANIA MADE IN CHINA

Romania made in China The 21st of October – 26th of November 2010 Opening: Thursday, the 21st of October 2010, at 18-22 o`clock Artists: Teodora Bicescu, Constantin Costea, Remus Ilisie Florian, Zoltan Jedlicska, Sara Kapas Curator: Cosmin Nasui Konstant Gallery Piata Tineretului nr. 1. Oradea, Ro www.konstant.ro info@konstant.ro +4.0741.500.824, “Made in China” are the words […]

21 September 2010

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Rachel Whiteread

A lot of the works that I’ve been making over the years have been part of a cyclical process. Things have happened, things branch off, things crop up that I haven’t thought about. I often feel a cycle is incomplete and need to tread the same path again. I’ve been teaching myself a language for […]

21 September 2010

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SOLD OUT: AMERICAN POP ART from the 1970s to the 1980s

ANDY WARHOL, ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG, TOM WESSELMANN, KEITH HARING and FRANK STELLA ‘Sold Out’ aims to illustrate the evolution of Pop Art and the diversity of styles and techniques developed by its leading contributors; the exhibition furthermore investigates how Pop artists have not simply represented or commented upon the mass media culture but have participated in […]

21 September 2010

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Camille Silvy, Photographer of Modern Life

Camille Silvy was a pioneer of early photography and one of the greatest French photographers of the nineteenth century. This exhibition includes many remarkable images which have not been exhibited since the 1860s. Over 100 images, including a large number of carte de visites, focus on a ten-year creative burst from 1857-67 working in Algiers, […]

21 September 2010

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AOP Photographers Awards 2010

The AOP Photographers Awards is a celebration of exceptional work by the industry’s elite. This year’s exhibition showcases the best non-commissioned and commissioned images produced over the last eighteen months. The quality of the images reflects the growing creativity and diversity of the AOP membership. As ever, the standard of work submitted was outstanding and […]

21 September 2010

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Turner Prize

Turner prize shortlist: Tate Britain Susan Philipsz, Angela de la Cruz, Dexter Dalwood and the Otolith Group The Turner Prize, now in its 26th year, is arguably the world’s most recognised and prestigious award for contemporary art. The exhibition presents the very best of current British visual art with the intention of stimulating a lively […]

21 September 2010

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Stuart Mayes

PLAY will be an interactive ‘video’ installation made up entirely of used VHS video tape taken from disused gay pornographic videos. Mayes will make a huge, minimal “wall” in the space that will bisect the room. Viewers will enter the museum and have to decide whether to penetrate the wall of free flowing tape or […]

21 September 2010

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Spinning a Yarn

A project about fabric and places, industry and home, production and consumption.  Tea play with time to explore the layered identities of three buildings in Manchester that are associated with cotton: Royal Mills in Ancoats, Platt Hall in Rusholme and the Whitworth Art Gallery.

21 September 2010

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Superunknown

SUPERUNKNOWN PRIVATE VIEW: 7-9pm, Wednesday 6th October 2010 Exhibition dates: 6th October 2010 – 13th November 2010 Michael Ashcroft | Matthew Atkinson | Gordon Cheung | Sayshun Jay | Graham McNamara | David Northedge | Ed Payne | James Roper | Rob Sherwood | David Small | Andy Wicks | Rosalie Wiesner Edel Assanti is […]

21 September 2010

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Alexander de Cadenet: Life-Force

ALEXANDER DE CADENET, LIFE-FORCE, 24 SEPTEMBER – 19 NOVEMBER 2010. PRIVATE VIEW 23 SEPTEMBER 2010, 6PM-8PM. Alexia Goethe Gallery is pleased to present Life-Force, Alexander de Cadenet’s solo exhibition in London, featuring a selection of works charting the artist’s creative process. Life-Force, inspired by the Aboriginal term ‘wungud’, explores the nature and enigma of creating […]

21 September 2010

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Mark Essen – Eternal Atlas

Trade is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Mark Essen. Essen’s artwork has previously included record exchanges, morris men and ambiguous film work. To coincide with the exhibition is a new text about the work by Tyler Woolcott (see website www.tradegallery.org) Recent exhibitions include – Meanwhile in Birmingham, Rougue Studios, Manchester, Children of the […]

21 September 2010

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Deptford X 2010, Open Submission Exhibition at Deptford X

Private View and Award Ceremony: 23 SEPTEMBER, 6.30-8.30pm Eighteen artists were selected from an outstanding pool ofentries from across the world by Graham Crowley, the UK’smost distinguished living painter, Matt Roberts of Matt RobertsArt and Kate Jones, Marketing Director of John Jones.Jonny Aldous, Eleanor Bowen, Tom Butler, Mr Clement, Robin Dixon, Louisa Durose,Marenka Gabeler, Alison […]

21 September 2010

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VANESSA HENN

These are original Sculptural installations featuring steel hand rails, drawing attention to the everyday details that frequently go unnoticed.  

21 September 2010

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SERENA KORDA There’s a Strange Wind Blowing

TINTYPE is delighted to present There’s a Strange Wind Blowing, which is both the title of the show and of a puppet performance that Korda developed during a recent residency in the Czech Republic. The narrative hinges on a fictional meeting on a mountain top between two ‘real’ characters, the mountaineer Annie Smith Peck and […]

20 September 2010

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Eric de Maré The Exploring Eye

Eric de Maré (1910-2002) was one of Britain’s most influential architectural photographers, greatly broadening the perception of where architecture was to be found. A prolific contributor to the Architectural Review, he illustrated pioneering studies of architecture in and around the Thames as well as of Britain’s neglected industrial heritage. His seminal book The Functional Tradition […]

20 September 2010

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Dawn Mellor An Ecstasy Of Purpose

Perhaps best known for her portraits of celebrities and public figures, Dawn Mellor’s work is recognised for its “pain and passion”. Her work has been celebrated in the United Kingdom as emblematic of national and indigenous traditions, and by feminists for its uncompromising depiction of the female experience and form. An Ecstasy Of Purpose will […]

20 September 2010

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Keith Farquhar More Nudes in Colour

Studio Voltaire is pleased to announce a new large-scale commission by the Scottish artist Keith Farquhar.  The exhibition will be his first-ever solo presentation in a public gallery in London. More Nudes in Colour cements an ongoing series of works marking a significant development in the artist’s practice. Each piece begins with paint being spontaneously applied to a naked model to create […]

20 September 2010

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LAZARIDES AND THE OLD VIC TUNNELS PRESENT HELL’S HALF ACRE

Lazarides Gallery is delighted to announce their upcoming collaboration with The Old Vic Tunnels. Staged within the recently discovered labyrinth beneath London’s Waterloo station, ‘Hell’s Half Acre’ will be a ground-breaking series of installations launching 12th October 2010. Bringing the vision of Steve Lazarides to one of London’s most arresting performance spaces, the maze of tunnels […]

20 September 2010

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Yayoi Kusama | Flowers that Bloom Tomorrow

Victoria Miro is delighted to present three new flower sculptures by Yayoi Kusama. The giant triffid-like flora will unfold in all their psychedelic glory, against the backdrop of the Gallery’s canalside garden creating a surreal landscape of nature and artifice. Yayoi Kusama | FIAC 2010 | Victoria Miro, Stand B12, Grand PalaisYayoi Kusama’s iconic work […]

20 September 2010

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Isaac Julien | Ten Thousand Waves

Isaac Julien’s critically acclaimed, nine screen film installation Ten Thousand Waves – starring Maggie Cheung, the legendary siren of Chinese cinema  – is to receive its London premiere at the Hayward Gallery on 13 October, as part of  the exhibition Move: Choreographing You. To coincide with the exhibition Victoria Miro  is delighted to present a […]

20 September 2010

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3is3 Identity

3 is 3 Identity is a group exhibition of three upcoming photographers displaying their artistic approaches to the topic “Identity”. Due to their individual perspectives the results reflect the diversity implied in the idea of identity. The showcase will be from 21st-24rd of October in the Ragfactory just off Bricklane.

19 September 2010

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Brighton Photo Biennial 2010

For its fourth edition, Brighton Photo Biennial 2010 will present New Documents, curated by the internationally renowned photographer, editor and curator Martin Parr. The Biennial Opening Weekend begins on Friday 1 through to Sunday 3 October, comprising a full and exciting programme of in conversations, talks and panel events offering festival visitors the change to […]

18 September 2010

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THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING EXHIBITION #3

After the success of its British and Italian shows, The Museum of Everything presents Exhibition #3: a new celebration of non-traditional art and artists from around the world, curated with the founding father of British Pop Art, Sir Peter Blake.Sir Peter Blake is a collector par excellence. From The Beatles to the present day, his […]

18 September 2010

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Adel Abdessemed, London

Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art is delighted to present the first solo exhibition dedicated to the work of Adel Abdessemed in London. Working across a wide range of different media, including sculpture, installation, video, photography and drawings, Abdessemed passionately tackles difficult subject matter and taboos within society and presents them as naked truth. Yet […]