15 August 2010

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JESS FLOOD-PADDOCK: GANGSTA’S PARADISE

Hayward Gallery Project Space In her first solo exhibition at a major institution, the British artist Jess Flood-Paddock (b.1977) presents a sculptural scenario that explores the historical and cultural specificity of moral behaviour, populist self-help texts, the links between anthropology and infotainment, and the comedy and tragedy of scale – specifically gigantism. Often concerned with […]

15 August 2010

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ADENIYI OLAGUNJU

This is the first solo exhibition in the UK of work by British/Nigerian artist Adeniyi (‘Niyi) Olagunju. The exhibition comprises wood-based installations, made using discarded wooden-pallets, referencing global trade, and its effect on Africa. Born in 1981 in Sagamu, Nigeria, Niyi Olagunju now lives and works in Fort Worth, Texas. He studied at Lagos College, […]

15 August 2010

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BECAUSE WE ARE SMALL: DADD, EDDEN, GIZELI, LEWIS

SFSA Hackney Road studios member Betsy Dadd is showing new works as part of Because we are small, a group show at Flowers gallery, 21 Cork Street, London. Other artists exhibiting, Jane Edden, Kleio Gizeli and Tim Lewis. ‘Betsy Dadd’s animations utilise the frame as a means of harnessing a fugitive imagery that dances on the edges of visual fixity. Dadd’s moving pictures – […]

15 August 2010

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PHOTOGRAPHY: BURTYNSKY, KANDER, POLIDORI

PHOTOGRAPHYEdward Burtynsky, Nadav Kander, Robert Polidori11 August – 11 September 2010 This exhibition brings together an exclusive selection of images by three world-renowned Flowers photographers. In a year that marks the respective culmination of the photographers’ most ambitious series to date – for Burtynsky, a decade-long survey of photographic work exploring the subject of oil; […]

15 August 2010

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DUVAL TIMOTHY

A solo exhibition of new work by London based artist Duval Timothy. The exhibition will house new video, sculpture and paintings. The title ‘ARE NA FO’ is taken from ‘OF AN ERA’ a phrase used to describe the work of artist Blinky Palermo indicating a step forward from unresolved modernist sensibilities that remain strong influences […]

15 August 2010

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Kupferstichkabinett: Between Thought and Action

The word ‘Kupferstichkabinett’ comes from the German expression meaning a  museum’s unique collection of prints and drawings. ‘Kupferstichkabinett: Between Thought and Action’ looks at role of drawing in current practice. Kupferstichkabinett has more than two hundred works on paper by a selection of the most important artists working today. This selection of drawings and prints […]

15 August 2010

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TOBY ZIEGLER: THE ALIENATION OF OBJECTS

Solo show: new site specific sculptural installation & works from the Zabludowicz Collection. his autumn, the Zabludowicz Collection present a solo exhibition by British artist Toby Ziegler. The centrepiece of this exhibition will be a vast installation featuring a new body of aluminium sculptures alongside readymades including a weather balloon and a mechanical bull. Ziegler’s […]

15 August 2010

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Geraldine Gliubislavich

New works by the France/Swiss Born Artist  who lives and works in Paris.  

15 August 2010

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CHELPA FERRO: JUNGLE JAM

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15 August 2010

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BIG SOCIETY

Space Station Sixty-Five invites you to respond to the notion of ‘Big Society’.Your contributions may be selected to make an evolving window exhibition at Space Station Sixty-Five.To take part please email us a Word, RTF or Pages document or a jpeg with an image at 300dpi.You may also post contributions, no larger that A4, to […]

15 August 2010

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NOTHING IS FOREVER

Nothing is Forever celebrates the completion of the SLG’s £2 million building project, bringing together wall paintings, drawings and text pieces by 20 British and international artists.  Seamlessly integrating art and architecture, and with each work destined to be embedded in the fabric of the buildings when painted over at the end of the show, […]

15 August 2010

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THE FAMILY AND THE LAND: SALLY MANN

This exhibition at will be the American photographer Sally Mann’s first solo exhibition in the UK. Combining several series from her long photographic career, it will reflect Mann’s artistic impulse to draw on the world around her as subject matter.

13 August 2010

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Jake and Dinos Chapman Childrens Art Commission Whitechapel

Jake and Dinos Chapman transform the galleries into a space for children and families to delight in the macabre. Drawing on their forthcoming book Bedtime Tales for Sleepless Nights published by Fuel, the commission includes original etchings of modern-day fairy tales told in poetry and illustrated with intricate, fantastical drawings. A Whitechapel Gallery colouring book […]

13 August 2010

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Locate

Locate is curated by Sarah Williams, hosted at Jerwood Space. It is another London exhibition utilising the concept of the artists’s living space which they are tasked with developing their relationship with it, taking into account the location, be it  a fictional or conceptual space. The selected artists took a five month research project to […]

12 August 2010

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Art at the church”A dialogue”

“A dialogue” contemporary art exhibition celebrating life and death by artist Richard Bagguley  When the Reverend Dr Brian Leathard saw an unusual painting of Jesus exhibited at the Chelsea Arts Club, he asked to meet artist Richard Bagguley and thus began an unlikely collaboration. The canvas depicts Jesus dressed in a loincloth on the Northern Line tube […]

12 August 2010

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Heat Haze

Heat Haze has unusual performances every weekend throughout August, taking place throughout the numerous different spaces, predominantly performed outdoors. Weekend Breakdowns 14.08.2010 (Sat) A NEW STANCE FOR TOMORROW This exhibition removes the boundaries between art, architecture and design. It concentrates on alternative visions and innovations by artists, designers and filmmakers. It examines the occupation of […]

11 August 2010

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STELLA VINE – WE’RE IN IT FOR THE MONEY

  STELLA VINE – WE’RE IN IT FOR THE MONEY9th September – 24th September 2010 (open by appointment only)   With a personal history as colourful as her paintings Stella Vine has been catapulted to the forefront of the public’s art consciousness in recent years. Due in part to her involvement with Charles Saatchi’s New […]

11 August 2010

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this then – Locky Morris

this then is an exhibition of works by Derry-based artist Locky Morris.  The exhibition is a collaborative venture between the Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast and the Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, that sets out to examine aspects of the underlying themes and formal motifs in Morris’s practice during a period spanning three decades.   Accompanying the […]

11 August 2010

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Rhythmic Tales

Rhythmic Tales is a new collection of paintings by Alice Boyle that endeavours to stimulate the viewers’ imagination, by creating vignettes of, ‘a stylised distortion of nature’. They contain specific symbols and colours to conjure up the creation of an untold story.  Alice wants the observer to be creatively involved with the meaning of the […]

11 August 2010

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Platform X – Living Rooms

Platfrom X is a platform for artists to utilise the gallery space with creativity, invloving the public to produce an outcome. The focus in Samuel Dowd’s exhibition is the design of a contemporary living structure, examining the structure which inspires an artist’s work with the inhabited  architectural environment. Samuel Dowd has established a workshop studio […]

10 August 2010

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JORIS GHEKIERE

Solo exhibition of Joris Ghekiere (paintings)

10 August 2010

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Videoholica, Varna, Bulgaria

9-day festival showing video art on the theme KEEP THE ILLUSION ALIVE. 150 video art works (selected from more than 500). Susan Bowman’s video ‘Moving’ will be shown at 21:00 on 10 August at the Archeological Museum. Videoholica is part of the International Biennial for Visual Arts.

10 August 2010

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“Sculptures” by Pascal françois

Direct stone carving sculptures, paintings, drawings and videos by artist pascal françois.

10 August 2010

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One Minute Film and Video Festival, Aarau, Switzerland

A Film of 60 seconds duration is only limited in the dimension of time, because to the creative exploration and the wideness of experimental possibilities are set only a few boundaries, if any. Indeed, very often this extreme form of short film is a great source and inspirational platform for very concentrated, creative and extraordinary works. Susan […]

10 August 2010

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Danny Rolph: ‘Brasilia’

Solo exhibition with drawings of Danny Rolph in the Project Space of Gallery Koraalberg.

9 August 2010

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Standing Room Only

The tradition of portraiture offers us many heavenly bodies; sublimely twisted torsos adorned with carefully choreographed symbolic semaphores; bodies upon which beauty, sovereignty and majesty of history are writ large. The portraits exhibited here confront this tradition in a full frontal attack, precluding aesthetic distance and disinterested contemplation by demanding a human-scale encounter with their […]

9 August 2010

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Purity is a Myth

An exhibition bringing together new work by Keltie Ferris, Rannva Kunoy, Elizabeth Neel, Baker Overstreet and Mary Ramsden. A rejection of painting as a vehicle for an authentic expression of self. Artists Keltie Ferris – Creates intense constrction of colour, abstract motifs Rannva Kunoy – Creates vaporous paintings caught up in a perpetual process of […]

9 August 2010

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Apophatic Pareidolia is a condition – Mike Chavez-Dawson

APOPHATIC PAREIDOLIA is a condition… by Mike Chavez-Dawson which features as a debut solo show at BEARSPACE, which presents two new works ‘Hypotyposis’ and ‘The Obvious Manifesto, [The Question Hangs]’ which both continues the artists interest in creating multi-layered ‘performative’ works that explore the slippage between the artists intention and the audiences perception. Also Chavez-Dawson […]

9 August 2010

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The Tightrope Walker

‘The Tightrope Walker’ represents a very rare meeting of art and design in a gallery context, borrowing its title from an essay by Jean Genet, The Tightrope Walker. It explores the interface between fine art practice, design and furniture within the radical framework of Paris in the aftermath of Nazi occupation and the Second World […]

9 August 2010

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Urban Fragment

Contemporary artworks in a variety of media inspired by aspects of architectural design by artists including Sally Barker, Richard Cook, Charles Danby, Mark Harris, Steven Heffer and Kathleen Herbert.   Artists: Sally Barker, Richard Cook, Charles Danby, Mark Harris, Steven Heffer, Kathleen Herbert, Jost Münster, Simeon Nelson, Rob Olins, Clare Price, Henry Seaton and Jane […]

9 August 2010

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Haris Epaminonda

Epaminonda works in a variety of media from collage to installation, with her videos being composed out of disparate found film footage as well as the artist’s own filmed sequences. For her first solo exhibition in a UK public gallery, Site Gallery is pleased to present newly commissioned video work from the Cypriot born artist […]

9 August 2010

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Swiss Dogs -Jemma Egan

The repetitious interpretations of the image of the St. Bernard’s dog illustrates Jemma Egan’s unfulfilled desire to engage in dialogue with Swiss culture and her ad hoc strategy to keep sane, whilst stranded. Recent exhibitions include – Global Studio, The Bluecoat Liverpool – No Soul For Sale, Tate Modern London – Miscellany, Outlet Gallery Manchester […]