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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Steve Bishop

Steve Bishop presents new work at Gallery Vela.

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 […]

8 September 2010

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Reanimation Library: Hackney Branch

A presentation by Brooklyn’s Reanimation Library plus a group exhibition featuring Nina Beier, David Horvitz, Ruth Beale, Hans Diernberger, Richard John Jones, Raphael Hefti and Damien Roach. Reanimation Library is a collection of books that have fallen out of mainstream circulation. Outdated and discarded, they have been culled from thrift stores, stoop sales, and throw-away […]

8 September 2010

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Alejandro Ospina

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 […]

7 September 2010

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kind of party thing – Arae Exhibition

ELEVEN CREATIVE STORMS TO HIT TEN GALES GALLERYThe Ten Gales Gallery in Bethnal Green, London is set to play host to another ARAEEXHIBITION featuring eleven emerging artistic talents. Curated by Sarah Michellethe exhibition will showcase a range of art forms including fashion and jewellery.Events are set to kick off on Thursday 16 September with a […]

7 September 2010

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Per Svensson – The State of the Art

Per Svensson – The State of the Art at Martin Bryder Gallery in Lund, Nygatan 12, Sweden. September 4th – October 3rd, 2010. Per Svensson’s soloexhibition The State of the Art is presenting Sculptures, Paintings, Drawings and Book prints. An interactive Soundfloor installation entitled “The Sound of the Underground” is also buildt up by the artist Per […]

6 September 2010

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Michael Fullerton

Chisenhale Gallery presents a major solo exhibition by Glasgow-based artist Michael Fullerton. Columbia comprises a new series of sculptures, paintings, wall-mounted screen prints and moving image works. Examining a range of themes including intelligence systems, the power of aesthetics and the private and public histories of political intrigue, the works are presented together in a […]

6 September 2010

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Venice and London – Richard Colson and Rod Pearce

Recent paintings by Richard Colson and Rod Pearce of Venice and London. This is their second two person show at the Russell Gallery. Water is a key theme of the exhibition with the Thames so central to the character of London and the canals the real life line of Venice. Weather conditions, time of day […]

5 September 2010

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Olimax Retroperspective

Twenty years ago Olimax gave up photography and sworehe would never pick up a camera again. This is the result. Associated Events Facebook event page here In conjunction with this show two events are to be staged A one day mass portrait shoot and food event, and a digital workshop. See here for full details

5 September 2010

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I Am Solitary – Nottingham

Beers.Lambert Contemporary Art has been invited by Nottingham’s foremost contemporary art venue, Surface Gallery, to curate its upcoming exhibition of emergent contemporary art. The exhibition, entitled I Am Solitary I Am An Army, features 20 emerging artists who were individually selected for inclusion. Each of the artists’ work responds to questions of identity and individuality, […]

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.

4 September 2010

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Withstore_001 (London)

The Launch will include a performance where WITH will accidentally break a glass on behalf of a client. To be part of this performance you can pre-commission the act from withstore.com please contact the gallery. WITH have turned their attentions to the idea of the Off The Shelf Solution for their second solo show at […]

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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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, […]

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 […]

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 […]