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 […]

18 September 2010

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Edward Weston

Edward Weston was once obsessed with photographing “toilets” (his word) and did it repeatedly in pursuit of the perfect image. “That gloss enamelled receptacle of extraordinary beauty” is how he described the scuzzy lav at the Gold Circle Mine in Death Valley, and seemingly near-orgasmic with excitement, said it was “an absolute, aesthetic response to […]

18 September 2010

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LIQUID CITIES International Video Art Limousine Festival . London, October 16, 2010

Luca Curci and International ArtExpo are proud to present the next International Videoart Festival, Liquid Cities, that will be presented in a very experimental art space, a limousine. In the middle of October 2010 a limousine, 20 exclusive seats, will perform in the center of London for 2 hours and passengers will be transported by […]

16 September 2010

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HARRY PYE – VALUES

    Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?” – Paul Gauguin “You fed me, you bred me, I’ll remember your name” – Kevin Rowland   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 […]

15 September 2010

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“unsteady states”

INSTALLATION BY ADRIAN PRITCHARD CHURCH STREET/COOKSON STREET BLACKPOOL NEW LAUNCH DATE 2nd October and runs for 3 weeks until 22nd October Meet the artist 7th October 6.30pm Recently Badept artist Adrian Pritchard has developed  art works and kinetic installations using viscous materials as a means for the viewer to engage in the ever changing qualities […]

15 September 2010

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“The Architecture of Pleasure”

PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, PHOTOGRAPHY BY HELENA BEN-ZENOU Badept artist in residence 2008-2010 30 SEP – 27 OCTPRIVATE VIEWWED 29th Sep 6 PM – 8 PM OPEN TO THE PUBLICWEEKDAYS EXCEPT BANK HOLYDAYS 9.00 am to 8.00 pm Monday – Thursday9.00 am to 4.30 pm Fridays Helena Ben-Zenou is an artist who is well known for investigating […]

15 September 2010

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Counter Constructs

Counter Constructs brings together seven artists from the UK and North America in an exhibition exploring strategies of representation and critique of the urban built environment. Responding to the undead ‘regeneration’ of global development projects and the geologic sediment of spatial histories, the exhibition is a series of implicit proposals and contestations. Unfinished maps, unspecified models, […]

14 September 2010

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Never The Same River (Possible Futures, Probable Pasts): selected by Simon Starling

Camden Arts Centre is delighted to present a new exhibition curated by British artist Simon Starling, the latest in a series of artist-selected shows. After completing a residency at the Centre in 1999, Starling returned in 2000 with a solo show. He was the winner of the Turner Prize in 2005. This exhibition, entitled Never […]

14 September 2010

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René Daniëls: Painting on Unknown Languages

This exhibition brings together a significant number of paintings and drawings by the Dutch artist René Daniëls, focusing on his work between 1980 and 1987. Born in 1950 in Eindhoven, where he still lives, Daniëls is an important figure in the history of Dutch art and his unique style continues to influence a younger generation […]

14 September 2010

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ALBRECHT TUEBKE: Made in Italy

Albrecht Tübke is one of the most celebrated young photographers at work today in Europe. Several of Tübke’s recent series of portraiture appear at once strikingly innovative and deceptively simple. His subjects, framed in situ in their own attire, have been given the chance to pose for the camera. Their choice of stance and gaze […]

14 September 2010

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Austin Osman Spare: Fallen Visionary

The fascinating rise and fall of Austin Osman Spare, who lived and worked in Southwark in the early twentieth century, is charted in a new exhibition this Autumn at the Cuming Museum. Austin Osman Spare’s choice of dream-like, magical themes, his sometimes disturbing imagery and his other-worldly life and attitude have meant his work has […]

13 September 2010

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CORE GALLERY EXHIBITION FOR DEPTFORD X 2010 & Open Studios

Core Gallery Open Submission Exhibition for Deptford Selected by: Graham Crowley, Matt Roberts & Kate Jones Private View & Award Ceremony: 23 September, 6.30-830pm General Opening Times: 24 September – 3 October 2010 Mon – Weds by Appointment, Thursday – Sunday 12-6pm   Artists: Johnny Aldous, Eleanor Bowen, Tom Butler, Mr Clement, Robin Dixon, Louisa […]

13 September 2010

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SCREENING

SCREENING 205 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London, SW3 October 13 – November 10     2010 Private View: Tuesday 12th October, 2010; 6 – 9pm RSVP: rsvp@londonscreening.com ALBERT OEHLEN  /  ARMEN ELOYAN  /  DANIEL SINSEL  /  GEORGE YOUNG  /  OLIVER MICHAELS  /  PAUL PFEIFFER  /  ROBIN FOOTITT /  RYAN TRECARTIN  /  SACHIN KAELEY  /  STEWART CLIFF /  TOBY ZIEGLER  /  […]

12 September 2010

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Nathaniel Rackowe – What the city left behind

There’s something profoundly otherworldly about Nathaniel Rackowe’s Garden Fence Uprising – almost as if it had simply materialised, emerging suddenly into plain sight. With its tilted angles and rearing prow, it gives the impression of, indeed, rising up at us; of heaving into view, dragging itself purposefully up from unknown depths: like a submarine, perhaps, […]

12 September 2010

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from earth to the universe

This free exhibition running alongside our Close Encouters festival presents special collections of astronomical images showcases the most dramatic views of our Universe. Explore the world of extra-terrestrial activity. Enter the Royal Albert Hall Mother Ship and enjoy a multi-sensory intergalactic experience for adults and families alike. Featuring free space-themed concerts; talks, exhibitions and family […]

12 September 2010

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EXPOSURE 10

  Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art is delighted to announce the winners of EXPOSURE 10, the second year of its annual EXPOSURE award, which coincides each year with the Frieze Art Fair. This award aims to provide an opportunity for graduates from a UK art school to exhibit works at Parasol unit in a […]

12 September 2010

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Adel Abdessemed: Silent Warriors

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 […]

12 September 2010

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Barney Bubbles

  Private view: Tuesday 21st September 6 – 8.30pm   This autumn Chelsea Space hosts PROCESS, an exciting exhibition focusing on the working practices of one of the giants of graphic design, Barney Bubbles. The show will contain many never-before-seen items drawn from private collections, including student notebooks, working sketches, original artwork, paintings, books and […]

12 September 2010

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TestBed 1 Group Show

TestBed 1 Anthony Gross Michael Curran and Lucy Gunning Pil and Galia Kollectiv Joseph Walsh Lilli Hartmann Dafna Talmor Exhibition 18 September – 17 October 2010 Tuesday – Sunday 11am-5pm Exhibition Preview 17 September 6-9pm TestBed 1 Artists’ discussion 19 September at 2pm Beaconsfield’s holistic vision is to provide a critical space for creative enquiry. […]

12 September 2010

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Thomas Scheibitz A Moving Plan B – Chapter Two

OPENING RECEPTION SEPT 16, 2010. lives and works in Berlin, Germany 1968 Born in Radeberg, Germany Thomas Scheibitz’s Website Education 1991-96 Study at the HfBK Dresden, Diploma Awards and Grants 1998 Hegenbarth scholarship, project TYCOON-TOKIO 1996 Meisterschüler of Prof. Kerbach, HfBK Dresden 1995 Stipendium der Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, scholarship Curatorial work 2003  7 zeitgenössische Positionen […]

10 September 2010

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Autumn Showcase Pt. 2

Mixed media, painting, photography, illustration, jewellery

10 September 2010

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HUNGRY

Overall Winner: Julia Curtin Category winners: David Plummer, Kelly Hill, Zhao Renhui, Kate Owens, Marcia Michael, Tom Lovelace. Rhubarb Rhubarb photography bursary winnersRhubarb-Rhubarb has partnered with Arts Council West Midlands, its own Rhubarb East Gallery,Birmingham; Flowers Gallery London,and Genesis Imaging to bring the second year of the highlydigestible ‘Hungry’ Bursary Awards SchemeThe theme is Collision […]

10 September 2010

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Futurama Visions for Peckham

Futurama brings the spirit of the Worlds Fair to SE15’s newest arts venue Peckham Space. This exhibition charts the journey of lead artist Harold Offeh, design team Glass Hill and local young people from Leaders of Tomorrow to imagine a better future for Peckham. Harold Offeh will create a showroom of designed objects, video and […]

10 September 2010

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Með viljann að vopni – Endurlit 1970 – 1980

Með viljann að vopni – Endurlit 1970 – 19804. september – 7. nóvember. Kjarvalsstaðir. Hér er hægt að horfa á fréttir um sýninguna: http://www.ruv.is/frett/kvennabarattan-i-myndlist Víðsjá, umfjöllun um sýninguna: http://dagskra.ruv.is/ras1/4557238/2010/09/05/   “Ótrúlegur sprengikraftur, maður þekkir flest, og kannast við flesta listamennina, samt er ein og ein sem ég hef ekki tekið eftir” http://blogg.visir.is/jarl/2010/09/05/með-viljann-að-vopni-flott-syning-a-kjarvalsstoðum/Áhugaverð gagnrýni um sýninguna […]

9 September 2010

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E17 Art Trail

The ever-popular E17 Art Trail is back at the Museum, with a wide range of displays by local artists and community groups.Come and see: Cascade by Steve Scullion, Ceramics by Raewyn Harrison, Communitea Party by Scribble and Smudge, Cycling Tours with Percy Wilding, Even a Sofa can Sing the Blues by Anna Lopez, Fairytales, Flying […]

9 September 2010

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‘Monochrome Set’

This is a joint show with Patrick Morrissey, Clive Hanz Hancock, and guest ceramicist Leyla Folwell. The work is a collaboration by the artists on a specific theme which suggests many associations with structures found in nature , musical notation, and kinetic phenomena surrounding us in whatever circumstance. Morrisseys work is based upon the use […]

8 September 2010

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Alex Gene Morrison Dark Matter

CHARLIE SMITH london is delighted to present Alex Gene Morrison with his first London one person showsince 2006.In this new collection Morrison employs a highly personalised language in order to engage with a universalcosmology. Suspended delicately between representation and abstraction, forms advance and recede tosuggest an outer worldliness that is somehow beyond and even pre […]

8 September 2010

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3AM…. sounds eternatl presents

Louise Bristow relates a fresh elegant approach to modern architecture. Showing from Brighton to Berlin, see her new work at the Cobden Club until next year.  

8 September 2010

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Martin Creed Down Over Up

A major exhibition of new and recent work by Martin Creed, one of Britain’s most highly-regarded and popular artists. Creed’s work captures the public imagination, while also attracting critical acclaim for its generous, accessible approach. He puts ideas out in the world in a variety of materials, not all of them art materials yet not […]

8 September 2010

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Not Writing, Drawing by Susan Timmins

The work by Susan Timmins presented at Crescent Artspace this September bears the deceptively prosaic title ‘Not Writing, Drawing’; indicating – at least on the surface – a parallel between processes of writing and drawing and hinting at their innate similarities and differences. Both activities consist of mark-making and are subject to the inevitable unpredictability […]

8 September 2010

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The Body in Womens Art Now

Part 2- Flux: Tracey Emin, Cecily Brown, Nathalie Djurberg, Tiina Heiska, Sarah Lederman and Helen Carmel Benigson The Body in Women’s Art Now: Part 2 – Flux investigates artworks that present the body as a site of instability and flux. The exhibition will explore how the body in flux becomes a vehicle to both celebrate […]

8 September 2010

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Joana Vasconcelos I Will Survive

The pre-eminent Portuguese artist of her generation, Vasconcelos came to public attention for her display at the Venice Biennale in 2005. Her stunning sculpture ‘A Noiva’ (The Bride) took the form of a chandelier made from around 25,000tampons and greeted visitors to the Arsenale. Typical of her witty and often provocative work, these unglamorous objects […]