4 September 2010

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Entre Reve et Réalité

Group exhibition highlighting the works of Paul Critchley and Ruud Verkerk.  

4 September 2010

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Respective Perspectives – Patrick Hughes and Paul Critchley

Paintings by two artists whose playful approach to perspective will intrigue and delight. Their fascination for creating images with multiple viewpoints along with joyful juxtapositioning of familiar but unrelated objects result in work that is often humorous, as well as strange and unsettling.

2 September 2010

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Sinta Werner

Must See… OPENING TONIGHT – Nettie Horn gallery Voted no1 must see exhibition in September by First Thursday’s guide. One of Nettie Horn’s best artists Sinta Werner constructs her signature optical illusion in-situ installation. On this occasion she uses digital media to turn the entire gallery space into a double exposed space adding the element […]

1 September 2010

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Peter Anderson Then and There, Here and Now

An photography exhibition starting tomorrow is set to show portraits of many household names including Madonna, Mick Jagger and RunDMC. Then and There, Here and Now is an exhibition hosting the works of photographer Peter Anderson. It will reveal a collection of black and white portraits taken when he was staff photographer at NME in […]

1 September 2010

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Terry O’Neill Guys & Dolls

Terry O’neill’s pictures are now highly collectable and feature many of the style icons he captured in unconventional or candid settings, including Faye Dunaway the morning after she won an Oscar in 1977. Guys & Dolls is an exhibition hosting a collection of works by photographer Terry O’Neill. Born in 1938, O’Neill has achieved worldwide […]

1 September 2010

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Incubus

Next exhibition of “Incubus”. Drawings of Valeria Olguín. Bar “La Ida”. Colón, 11. Malasaña. Madrid, Spain. www.dentrodelincubo.blogspot.com  

1 September 2010

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Tadamon Photographic exhibtion

Images of solidarity and strength in Palestine   Tadamon Exhibition opens on the 3rd September 2010 at the Freedom Gallery. above Freedom book shop in Angel Alley off Whitechapel High Street. Nearest Tube Aldgate East. Tadamon means solidarity in Arabic and these images show moments of strength witnessed in the Palestinian struggle for survival. Moments […]

1 September 2010

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P.J Crook ‘Deja Vu’

This autumn, Hay Hill Gallery presents an exhibition by the established English painter P.J. Crook and the sculpture of Auguste Rodin

1 September 2010

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Loud Flash: British Punk on Paper

This is a comprehensive exhibition documenting British Punk on Paper. It is an unique exhibition of posters curated by the artist and designer Toby Mott and compiled from his own personal collection. More than any movement before or since, punk was defined by the poster. Excluded from TV and daytime radio, struggling to be heard […]

1 September 2010

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Chto delat? (What is to be done?)

This autumn, the ICA presents the first major project in the UK by the Russian collective Chto delat? (What is to be done?). Made up of artists, philosophers and writers, Chto delat? see their diverse activities as a merging of political theory, art and activism. This Russian collective, made up of artists, philosophers and writers, […]

31 August 2010

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Lisa Sharpe Contemporary Art

LISA SHARPE CONTEMPORARY ART presents works by : Andy Warhol • Jim Dine • Sam Francisl • Damien Hirst • Henry Moore • Miro • David Mach RA • Kenneth Draper RA • Paul Critchley • Paul Day • Jeffrey Kroll • Rob Carter • Huw Williams • Charlie Barton • John Breton • Simon Allen […]

31 August 2010

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Jacco Olivier

Jacco Olivier fuses painting and filmmaking by repeatedly reworking paintings in generous casual brush strokes and systematically photographing each development. The various stages are combined into projected animations that are both enigmatic and experiential. Victoria Miro is delighted to announce Jacco Olivier’s third solo exhibition at the gallery. The new body of work represents a […]

31 August 2010

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Alejandro Ospina – fotolog

In IMT Gallery’s first exhibition of painting, Colombian artist Alejandro Ospina confronts the traditions of portraiture with the manufacture and dissemination of images in the digital age. In fotolog/, Ospina explores the conflict between history and language of portraiture as “high art” and the technology and circumstances of image making and dissemination in the 21st […]

31 August 2010

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BETWEEN NOTHINGNESS AND ETERNITY

Hildebrandt Gregor, Holzapfel Olaf, Kwade Alicja, Lergon Daniel, Voigt Jorinde, Ziervogel Ralf The exhibition Between Nothingness and Eternity borrows its title from the eponymous live recording of the Mahavishnu Orchestra at New York’s Cental Park  August 1973. Founded in 1970 by the English guitarist John McLaughlin, this eccentric fusion band famously celebrated the encounter of […]

31 August 2010

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Anish Kapoor Turning the World Upside Down in Kensington Gardens

This autumn The Royal Parks and the Serpentine Gallery will present a major exhibition of large scale outdoor sculptures by acclaimed London-based artist Anish Kapoor in Kensington Gardens. The free exhibition will showcase a series of major recent works never before shown together in London. Constructed from highly reflective stainless steel, the giant curved mirror surfaces […]

30 August 2010

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Collaborators2

Collaborators2 is an exhibition of editions and unique work by 28 artists. It is an opportunity for us to show work by artists we admire as well as those who have previously shown at the gallery. Private view/Opening Thursday 9th Sept, 6 – 9.00pm

30 August 2010

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MARCUS COATES Questions & Answers

Biography   Born 1968, London, UK 1987-90 BA (Hons) Degree Fine Art, 1st Class, Kent Institute of Art and Design, UK 1990-93 Post Graduate Diploma, Royal Academy of Art, London, UK                                     Selected Solo Exhibitions and Performances FORTHCOMING Urban Transformation and the Politics of Care, Serpentine Gallery, London Implicit Sound,ESPAI 13/Fundació Joan Miró. […]

30 August 2010

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SINTA WERNER Along the Sight Lines

Berlin based artist Sinta Werner featuring a site-specific installation as well as a new series of collages. Werner aims to interrogate our conventional ways of seeing and representing through elaborate fictitious environments. The creation of these architectonic works notably contributes to her exploration of virtual and physical boundaries, the indefinable notion of “in-betweens” as well […]

30 August 2010

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David Blandy ‘Child of the Atom’

There is a familial myth that my late Grandfather would not have survived being a Japanese Prisoner of War had the atomic bombing of Hiroshima not occurred. So it could be argued that I owe my existence to one of the most terrifying events of human history and the death of 110,000 people.’ – David […]

30 August 2010

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4by4

Dreams of Desire: Daisy Delaney 08/09-11/09 Rational/Irrational: Daniel Rapley, Gary O’Connor, Ian Whittlesea 15/09-18-09 How am I Not Myself: Edward Vince, Matthew Robinson 22/09-25/09 Silencer: Alex Baker, Audio Research Editions, Corrado Morgana, Nye Parry 29/09 -02/10 In association with Neville Brody’s ADF (Anti Design Festival), PayneShurvell is pleased to present 4by4 throughout the month of […]

30 August 2010

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Take me anywhere, I don’t care. I don’t care

The work of the Sean Branagan has a suggestion of the impossible, but plausible. He  describes the world we know in contrarian communication methods, not the way we know from the comfortable traditional communicational methods of the social order. Sean breaches what’s real. As a vehicle for ‘time’, ‘light’ and ‘movement’ (elements as valid to […]

29 August 2010

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18@108: Naked

The successful 18@108 series continues to draw attention and following public demand, is now in its fifth and final year. Naked is the third of the three-part 2010 series and brings together six sculptors who explore concepts of exposure and vulnerability together with a rawness of materials that provokes a sensory response. Jane Benson examines […]

29 August 2010

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SEAN WORRALL – PAINTINGS, LEAVES, FRIENDS, SHAPES

Press release/invite: SEAN WORRALL – PAINTINGS, LEAVES, FRIENDS, SHAPES…. ADVENTURES IN KENSAL GREEN A show of recent paintings from Sean Worrall.. Friday 10th September until Wednesday 22nd September Opening night view, Thursday 9th September, 6.30pm – 10pm A collection of a recent paintings birthed in Kensal Green, to be shown at the Dissenters’ Chapel Gallery, […]

29 August 2010

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Coming Out of the Woodwork

This exhibition collaborates with the artists Richard Cramp, Mark Selby and Joe Watling whom experience and explore the dynamics of space in architectural. Each artist approaches new ways of engaging the viewer beyond a ‘static’ looking experience; encouraging the physicality of experience through their work. The Nunnery will be entirely reformed through a series of […]

28 August 2010

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Dreams of Desire

Dreams of Desire is a solo show of new work by British artist Daisy Delaney at PayneShurvell this September. Part of PayneShurvell’s 4by4 September exhibitions, Dreams of Desire is open from the 8th to 11th September, and is also part of iconic British designer Neville Brody’s Anti Design Festival, and the London Design Festival. Known for her subversion of […]

28 August 2010

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Allen Jones Playbill

Following the successful show in 2008 of new sculpture, the Directors of Marlborough Fine Art are delighted to announce a forthcoming exhibition of new paintings by ALLEN JONES one of Britain’s most distinguished artists. The Theatre, and its relationship to painting, fascinates Allen Jones. “Space in the theatre is activated by actors, in painting it […]

27 August 2010

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Bridget Riley: New Paintings and Related Work

Bridget Riley (b. 1931) is one of the most significant and original painters of our time. This Sunley Room exhibition focuses upon her most recent paintings and will enable visitors to investigate how Riley’s work relates to the National Gallery CollectiTwo of Riley’s works will be made directly onto the walls of the exhibition space. […]

27 August 2010

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Tim Lee – Solo Quintet

Working with photography, video, text and sculpture, Tim Lee’s work both replicates and reimagines seminal moments in art history and popular culture. With sources that range from Johann Sebastian Bach, Steve Martin, Dan Graham, Public Enemy, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy and Ted Williams, Lee suggestively interpellates himself with the history of his subjects by loosely reconstructing specific […]

27 August 2010

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David Spiller FOREVER YOUNG

    David Spiller (b 1942) is the ‘Peter Pan’ of today’s post-Pop art scene. Beginning his career in the 1960s, he occupies a unique position in the contemporary art world: he belongs to the Pop tradition but is not a Pop artist. He is more than that. His work draws on the iconography and […]

27 August 2010

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Kris Martin Festum

White Cube Hoxton Square is pleased to announce ‘Festum’, an exhibition of new work by the Belgian artist Kris Martin. Taking the Latin for ‘festival’, Martin’s work celebrates the ambiguity of the term, how it embodies our attitudes about both life and death, both jubilation and the fragility of our existence. At the entrance of […]

27 August 2010

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Darren Almond The Principle of Moments

White Cube Mason‚s Yard is pleased to present an exhibition of new works entitled ŒThe Principle of Moments‚ by British artist Darren Almond. Known for works that meditate on notions of time, landscape and travel, as well as political and historical memory, Almond brings these themes together in two bodies of work: a series of […]

27 August 2010

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YASMIN MüLLER – DENIM CARDIN

Maria Stenfors is proud to present Yasmin Müller’s first solo exhibition in London – ‘Denim Cardin’. Yasmin Müller is born 1977, lives and works in Berlin and was educated in Karlsruhe, Germany. Yasmin Müller’s work brings forward a gentle questioning of the chaotic mix that is cultural identity.  In particular, Müller deals with a landscape […]