25 April 2010

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Cu – Contents May Vary

Cu is an exhibition by Contents May Vary for the Arts Programme of Future Everything 2010 Festival. Palace Hotel basement bar, Oxford Road, Manchester Preview: Thursday 13th May, 6-9pm Open: 13th – 21st May 2010, 10am-6pm daily Richard Barks, Richard Bevan, Black Dogs, Alice Bradshaw, David Cochrane, Michael Day, Sarah Farmer, Roddy Hunter, LabBinaer, Pete […]

22 April 2010

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Blank Space (Y)our Space, Our Space, 12 Old Street, London

A multi-disciplinary exhibition featuring artists bringing to pass their sense of the VOID. Works include site specific installations, sound, video, paintings and sculpture. Featuring new Video Painting by Artlyst artist Susan Bowman. Image left is a still from the Video Painting Water, impression made by Susan in 2010. Private View: Thurs 20 May 6-9pm (RSVP […]

22 April 2010

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A Moving Exhibition

  A University of East London (UEL) student is the chief curator of a major travelling exhibition that is enabling artists from around the world and UEL students to showcase their work and build on London’s reputation as a cultural and creative capital. Antria Pelekanou is a MA Fine Art student at the School of […]

22 April 2010

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X Artworks in a Straight Line (Seeking the Perfect Sphere)

X Artworks in a Straight Line (Seeking the Perfect Sphere)28 April – 29 May 2010 Private view: Tuesday 27 April, 6-8:00pmLive Performance, Skinjobs, 7:00pm Samuel Adams, Justin Beal, Charlotte Becket, Tora Dalseng, NathanDanilowicz, Rob Davies, Ed Fornieles, Jan Freuchen, Eloise Hawser, GrahamHudson, Eunyhe Hwang, James Ireland, Nick Jeffrey, Samuel Knowles, MarijnVan Kreij, Zoe Paul, Linn […]

22 April 2010

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Spotlights

The exhibition SpotLights, Eindhoven looks at Light Art focuses on everybody’s unique way of experiencing art. With the exhibition, the museum tries to explore the different ways in which every individual looks at art. Five works from the museum’s collection will be put in the spotlights and are the starting point for a brainstorm with the citizens of Eindhoven. […]

22 April 2010

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Conduit

Curated by Frank Creber, Creative Director of the Bromley by Bow Centre, Conduit brings together artists who demonstrate in diverse ways their passion for their neighbourhoods and communities bringing creativity to their workplace, documenting the changing world around them or dreaming, lifting the gritty urban environment into a realm of beauty. Conduit sees the Water […]

22 April 2010

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TOUCHSTONE- My passage through a brief unity in time

  My passage through a brief unity in time Credits : script – Hugh  Stoddart ,sound – Matt Wand, camera – Richard Gordon and Jules Marcellomy new film  My Passage through a brief unity in time   now showing as part of Touchstone at Salisbury  and South Wiltshire  museum and art Gallery2nd April to 26th June 2010. Between 2007 and […]

22 April 2010

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Between Two Truths

This is the inaugural exhibition of Photography at the new Smokehouse Gallery based inside H. Forman & Son’s salmon smokehouse on Hackney Wick’s Fish Island. This is the centre of the capitals largest and fastest growing artistic community on the edge of the rapidly changing 2012 Olympic site. Opening on Thursday 6th May, and curated […]

21 April 2010

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Recycle the Future

Assuming that I am able to get there. (or plan B kicks in, watch this space)  artists. Aleksandrija Ajdukovic Tonka Malekovic Paul Matosic   Tanja Perisic   new installation work   

20 April 2010

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Soft Systems, New works by Molly Palmer

Soft systems are the worlds inside our bodies, the valves, tubes, pumps and mechanisms that produce an intangible life force and power our dreams. Soft Systems is the greater machine of a collective unconscious, the cycles and processes within thousands of people whose thoughts and actions turn the cogs of an imagined city. Inside the […]

19 April 2010

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SCOPE London 2010

SCOPE London Art Show will make its return in 2010.

19 April 2010

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The Return to Silence

The Return to Silence is the first Adam Ball edition, strictly limited to a run of 25. It forms part of the Taman Negara series, first shown in 2009 in Gagosian Gallery and Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York. The Taman Negara Rainforest in Malaysia is the oldest rainforest in the world. Untouched by ice age […]

19 April 2010

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The Earth Draws It

Zero10 is pleased to present “The earth draws it”, a solo exhibition of recent work by British artist Piers Secunda. Working essentially with paint in its primary form, Secunda’s practice takes the materiality of his medium back to its fundamental properties – creating three-dimensional paint sculptures where the medium itself and its structures and surface […]

18 April 2010

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Dead Fingers Talk: The Tape Experiments of William S. Burroughs

Dead Fingers Talk is an ambitious forthcoming exhibition presenting two unreleased tape experiments by William Burroughs from the mid 1960s alongside responses by 23 artists, musicians, writers, composers and curators. Few writers have exerted as great an influence over such a diverse range of art forms as William Burroughs. Burroughs, author of Naked Lunch, The Soft Machine and Junky, continues […]

18 April 2010

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‘OBJECT-CULTURE: Art as Viral-Commodity’

Ourhistory presents OBJECT-CULTURE: Art as Viral-Commodity RED – 1-3 Rivington St, London EC2. Opening Thursday 15th April 6.30 pm Onwards Exhibition 16th – 25th April Tues – Sunday 11am – 6pm The exhibition concerns the creative,  intrinsic and problematic relationship between Art and Object,  that is our contemporary stereotype of art as object,  as commodity, […]

17 April 2010

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Time

  Time 28 May – 4 July WW Gallery  30 Queensdown Rd London E5 8NN Private View Fri 28 May 6-9pm Part of TimeOut First Thursdays 3rd June & 1st July 6-9pm Open every Sat & Sun 12-6pm & by appointment 07531342128 wwgallery@gmail.com www.wilsonwilliamsgallery.com     Time, he’s waiting in the wings He speaks of senseless […]

16 April 2010

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Goldsmiths MFA 2010 Graduation show

Student Shows and Performances Goldsmiths is all about the freedom to experiment, to think differently, to be an individual. We have a lively programme of exhibitions, shows and performances during the summer months that reflects this ethos, showcasing the work of graduating students See thoughtful, witty and striking art, design, performances, film and imagery from […]

16 April 2010

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AMERICAN MOUNTAINS PV

Ed Atkins, Rebecca Kressley, Sion Parkinson, Jamie George, Maria Theodoraki, Matthew Breen, Richard Whitby and Matthew Robinson    American Mountains’ is an ongoing project that brings together the work of eight artists. At its centre is an image and a phrase: a photograph of the perimeter of ‘Dubailand’ – a development outside the city of […]

16 April 2010

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Nuno Ramos: fodasefoice

The Embassy of Brazil in London proudly presents Gallery 32’s second exhibition this year: fodasefoice, Nuno Ramos’ first solo show in the UK.fodasefoice is the title of a group of works by Ramos, which comprise a wide variety of media: sculpture, drawing and performance. Nuno Ramos has been working on this series for a number of […]

16 April 2010

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Internet premiere: The fundamental obstacle

The fundamental obstacle | Edwin Stolk | 2010 The sense of constructing situations is to fulfill human primitive desires and pursue a superior passional quality.  

15 April 2010

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Li Yan: Accidents

Following London, Tokyo and Los Angeles, this will be the first solo show by Li Yan, the great outsider of the Beijing art circle in Berlin. His mini-picture series reconstruct scenes of violence and war culled from the daily news and raises questions to our perception of reality as filtered through today’s media. Opening Reception: […]

14 April 2010

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Maria Nepomuceno

Maria Nepomuceno’s woven and beaded sculptures feel entirely self-sufficient. They’re at once charming and mysterious, relaxed and vivacious, like the never-entirely-gentle Rio environment that produced them. Holland Cotter, The New York Times Victoria Miro is delighted to announce an exhibition of work by emerging Brazilian artist Maria Nepomuceno. Having recently opened an acclaimed solo exhibition […]

14 April 2010

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Haluk Akakçe

  New work     Haluk Akakçe is a multimedia artist with an innately romantic sensibility. In his animated video projections, paintings and drawings, wall reliefs and sound installations, abstract formal compositions unfold where biology and architecture, machinery and geometry coexist. Often deploying cutting-edge digital technology, and drawing deeply on the artist’s experience as an architect […]

14 April 2010

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Mobile Documenta 2

POST AUTONOMYMOBILE DOCUMENTA23, 24 & 25TH APRIL 1PM ONWARDSHOSTED BY DAVID GOLDENBERG Post Autonomy reading group project continued within an exhibition environment. A series of durational events in the form of periods of time to concentrate on reading through a text looking at actualising Post Autonomy. Reading from a text by Dieter Lesage The next […]

14 April 2010

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Monday _ 24 Month Meditation

About a year ago I came across the work of an artist who visited a penitentiary in Mexico City for more than a year, every Monday. I decided that my relationship with this person should happen exclusively on Sundays. I imagined Sunday to be a day of psychological preparation. THE ISLAND 24 Month Meditation 5 March […]

14 April 2010

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Deux horizons (two horizons), Maude Maris

exhibition in “chapelle des Calvairiennes”, from Maude Maris, sculptures and drawings.

14 April 2010

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Brian Eno: 77 Million Paintings : Brighton Festival

Brian Eno began his career as a visual artist and has always been interested in the synthesis of sound and image. 77 Million Paintings is an ever-evolving audio-visual installation that continues this creative exploration. The artwork was originally conceived in 2006 as the next evolutionary stage in Eno’s fascination with the aesthetic possibilities of ‘generative’ […]

14 April 2010

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Altered Images

A solo exhibition of recent work titled ‘Altered Images’ The work in this exhibition fits into the figurative tradition but is influenced by contemporary ideas related to Post Modernism. The works are frequently transcribed or appropriated from historical sources that have interested me within the canon of European figurative painting. In some cases I have […]

14 April 2010

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THE SURREAL HOUSE

The Surreal House explores the power and mystery of the house in our collective imagination. It is the first exhibition to throw light on the significance of surrealism for architecture. Bringing together over 150 works, the exhibition also reveals the profound influence surrealism has had on a host of contemporary artists, filmmakers and architects. In […]

13 April 2010

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Structured

Curated by Jeff Bergman and featuring work by:William DuttererSara EichnerAustin KennedyNathan KensingerMichael NeffHeidi NeilsonLauren PascarellaEliza StampsMatthew Trygve TungStructured ties familiar places and materials together with unfamiliar settings, focusing our attention on everyday landmarks and fixed points in our world. Through the work of these nine artists, the known becomes unmoored or fantastic in its representation, leaving […]

13 April 2010

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TimeScale / Ian Johnson

‘TimeScale’ continues Ian Johnson’s enquiry into the conceptual and physical implications of man’s impact on the urban and natural landscape and ways that this can be configured intuitively. It consists of inter-related sculptures, drawings and assemblages that interlace attributes of the elemental with various concepts of organisation and categorisation common to man’s need to understand […]

12 April 2010

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STUART PEARSON WRIGHT

 ‘I Remember You’ / Maze “I have a face, but a face is not what I am” Julian Bell, ‘Five Hundred Portraits’ (Phaidon) 2001. The work of Stuart Pearson Wright (b. Northampton 1975) reflects a search for lost identity. One of the first children born in the UK by artificial insemination the artist feels that […]