3 May 2010

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Ralph Freeman ‘Postmemory’

“Postmemory is a powerful form of memory precisely because its connection to its object or, source is mediated not through recollection but through representation, projection, and creation – often based on silence rather than speech, on the invisible rather than the visible…” Marianne Hirsche   INTRODUCTION “The true picture of the past flits by. The […]

2 May 2010

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IS IT OVER

   ‘Is It Over’ is an exhibition from a selection of emerging contemporary artists reacting site specifically to the conceptual and physical properties of a derelict World War II bunker situated underground in Dalston, East London. The Bunker sets the stage for the selected artists to create a platform in which we can trace through […]

2 May 2010

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Michael Stubbs

Solo exhibition by Michael Stubbs.  Paintings from 2005 -2010.

2 May 2010

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Antony Gormley – Critical Mass

Critical Mass, one of Gormley’s best known works, is an installation made up of 60 lifesize cast iron body forms which will be displayed on the roof of the De La Warr Pavilion. The artist comments: “This is the return of the lost subject to the site of Modernism. It is great to have a […]

2 May 2010

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MAGGI HAMBLING : NEW SEA SCULPTURE

Marlborough Fine Art is delighted to announce a major exhibition of the latest developments in Maggi Hambling’s widely celebrated series of work inspired by the North Sea.  These new sculptures, reliefs, paintings and etchings contain the explosive energy – uniquely Hambling’s own – found in the now famous sculpture Scallop on Aldeburgh beach. The restless […]

2 May 2010

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‘PRESS”

Exhibition Opening & Election Party. 6th May 6.30 PM to 7th May 1AM. Exhibition Runs 7th – 20th May. 6th May 6.30 PM to 7th May 1AM.‘PRESS’ is an Exhibition themed around the election and a play on the triple meanings of May Day: MD≠1 The International Distress Call • MD≠2  International Workers’ Day • MD≠3 Pre-Christian (Pagan) […]

1 May 2010

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Reynir Hutber and Tony Huddlestone

REYNIR HUTBER Reynir Hutber’s multidisciplinary projects explore concerns commonly associated with Seventies’ performance practice. Notions such as endurance, transcendence and transgression are re-examined through the lens of an era in which the authenticity of a visual document is increasingly hard to verify and appearances are effectively everything. Hutber seeks, as in the most infamous works […]

1 May 2010

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Jamie Reid: Small Paintings

A rare exhibition of Jamies smaller painted works on canvas, paper and slate made available for sale for the first time ever. We will also be publishing a portfolio of new graphic works as limited edition prints.

30 April 2010

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‘Three Painters’

3 artists who share a painterly approach to their work across a wide range of subject matter that includes abstract, landscape and figurative. The artists have all shown previously at the gallery but this is the first time they will be exhibiting together. All studied art in London, both Dubrey and Mabbutt now live in […]

30 April 2010

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Birth of the Innocents – War Memorial at Hornsey Central

An installation of sculpture in the Grade I listed War Memorial at Hornsey Central. A meditation on a theme of hope.  

30 April 2010

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Jeff Lowe ‘Building Space’ A Selection of Recent Sculpture and Drawings

This exhibition brings together recent works by the International Sculptor Jeff Lowe for the first time since his major 2008 exhibition at the Robert Steele Gallery in New York. He came to prominence with his first one man show in 1974 at the prestigious Leicester Galleries in London’s Cork St. Lowe was only twenty-one and […]

29 April 2010

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MUCK ROCK!

This is part of a charity event  in support of Multiple Sclerosis and in particular of a sufferer this crippling condition, Chris Muck.  The Raffle is part of a larger event MUCK ROCK!  The raffle includes work by some of Britain’s leading artists, including Gavin Turk, Mat Collishaw, C.A.Halpin   Peter Fowler and Polly Morgan.  As […]

29 April 2010

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May Day Exhibition

29th April – Open preview of May Day themed exhibition with live ambient music from the fabulous Mark Hewins. Coincides with Tracey Emin’s unveiling of her sculpture at The Droit House and a whole host of other events in Margate http://www.kent.gov.uk/news_and_events/news_archive/tracey_emin.aspx

29 April 2010

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Mateo López

Opening: Friday 4 June 2010 Gasworks presents the first UK exhibition by Colombian artist Mateo López . His exhibition will be the result of three months of research and studio practice in London, as part of Gasworks International Residency Programme. López will present new and existing work in an installation conceived in response to Gasworks’ exhibition […]

29 April 2010

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Tracey Emin ‘I Never Stopped Loving You’ Special Events Evening 30 April

To celebrate the launch of Tracey Emin’s neon art work ‘I Never Stopped Loving You’ on 30 April, Margate’s creative quarter has lined up an array of special events over the bank holiday weekend. Margate Old Town is thriving with creativity and the arts, with a range of galleries, cafes and niche shops. On Friday […]

29 April 2010

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Rachel Harrison : ‘The Conquest of the Useless’

Creating kaleidoscopic fields of visual sensation and cultural references, Rachel Harrison combines a wide range of mediums including photography, painting, sculpture, video, installation and architectural interventions. At the heart of this survey show is her installation Indigenous Parts V, 1995-2010, a work which has been recreated in multiple locations, mutating with each context. Here it […]

29 April 2010

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TestBed 1

TestBed 1 at BeaconsfieldArtists:   Michael Curran in collaboration with Lucy Gunning, Anthony Gross, Lilli Hartmann, Pil and Galia Kollectiv, Dafna Talmor, Joseph Walsh Live film production crossing performance, installation and the act of making art. Beaconsfield produces six new commissions, co-curated with Dafna Talmor and Joe Walsh. In the time of YouTube, video cameras and […]

29 April 2010

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‘Lingering Whispers’

Does self expression flourish under pressure? Is creativity at its most acute in times of social, political and financial crises? More than anything, do the Arts provide hope during periods of extreme difficulty? The Great Depression in the 1930’s saw Hollywood enter its Golden Age, a period many still describe as the Imperial Era of […]

29 April 2010

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Covered City

Photographs by Martin Lau Ghosts of the future await the great unveiling. Walking amongst these strangely shrouded structures is like being up close to the clouds that seem to form shapes, but are really just a fleeting transition between two states. We catch a glimpse of a world that is a by-product of some other […]

29 April 2010

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Link

Developing their practices in an interlinked environment, all of the participating artists have been working in the same creative atmosphere for the past 7 months. This setting has allowed discussion and exchange of ideas. As a group they intend to view their work outside of the context of the university, engaging an audience within a […]

28 April 2010

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The Darkest Place is Under the Light Golden Thread Gallery

The Darkest Place is Under the Light, a thought provoking exhibition of new works by Belfast based artist Breandán Clarke. Clarke has produced a series of photographic prints exploring the placement of text within the rural and urban landscape.  Questions of nationality and aspiration to national identity are opened up and recorded.  The text may […]

28 April 2010

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Irregular Wasps

Nine Artists Curated by Joby Williams and Pete Lamb. Tin Type Gallery.

27 April 2010

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Group Exhibition

      CHIHO IWASECHRIS ROANTREEDAVID ADKINSEDWARD BAGENALEDWARD TODDLYN GOLDSBYNOA EDWARDSPABLO CASTILLOPAUL CUMMINGSPAUL WESTCOMBEROBERT LOGANROBERT ORCHARDSONTAKAYUKI HARA         The images presented by the thirteen artists in this exhibition depict views taken on a figurative walk along the frontier between reality and the imagination. On this meandering journey the viewer weaves his or […]

27 April 2010

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” Innocents Accuses”

Solo exhibition of paintings. Presentee par l’Association de Jumelage and Axminster Twining Group as part of a cultrual exchange between the two twined towns

27 April 2010

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A-L-L-O-T-M-E-N-T-S

An event curated by Patrick Michalopoulos and Ismail Erbil Exhibition extended – new closing date: Sunday 16th May 2010 A collaborative project for the tenants of 92 White Post Lane,E9 5EN, Tower Hamlets Borough. Eva Bachmann, Adam Beale, David Blackmore, Dan Bennett, Liam Bierschenk, Joe Childs, Nellie Clements, David Cochrane, John Devolle, George Eksts, Ismail […]

27 April 2010

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Show of Science

TROVE presents:   SHOW OF SCIENCE   a.a.s., Victoria Jenkins, Lee Stowers and Luke Williams   Preview – 30th April 2010  6 – 8pm Exhibition open 30th April – 16th May 2010 Open by appointment; contact Charlie or David at charlie@TROVE.org.uk or david@TROVE.org.uk     TROVE have been situated in The Old Science Museum in […]

26 April 2010

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Judith Clark and Adam Phillips: The Concise Dictionary of Dress

Located within the working store for the V&A’s vast reserve collections of furniture, ceramics, glass, jewellery, textiles, fashion and fine arts, The Concise Dictionary of Dress begins with a journey through a turnstile, into an industrial goods lift and up to the first in a sequence of intriguing definitions in a walk-through dictionary of dress… […]

26 April 2010

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Sarah Cole : Smother

  Smother will be previewed as part of Reveal, a Kings Cross initiative during Spring 2010 then will be open to the public from 13 May to 5 June 2010, 5-8pm. For booking information visit www.artangel.org.uk Smother occupies the dolls-house frame of 101 Kings Cross Road, resting precariously above London’s river Fleet. The inhabitants of […]

26 April 2010

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Alice Bradshaw – Blown Light Bulbs

Alice Bradshaw – Blown Light Bulbs PEEP!Ridings Shopping CentreKirkgate, Wakefield 28th April – 23rd June 2010 Opening Wednesday 28th April, 5-9pm, drinks at Fernandes Brewery Tap & Bier Keller http://www.ossett-brewery.co.uk/fernandes_insert.html Wakefield Artwalk: Wednesday 26th May 2010, 5-9pm http://www.artwalk.org.uk/ ………………………………………………………….. Helium is a colourless, odourless, tasteless, non-toxic, inert gas. The name is derived from the Greek […]

25 April 2010

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Marek Tobolewski – Continuum in Symmetry

The new work in his Continuum series has been concerned with symmetry and reflection. Rotating and mirroring linear forms, layering surfaces of pure colour and exposing under-painting through negative lines. A constant in the artist’s formal abstraction is the arc of a circle – albeit in a state of perpetual evolution – and a preoccupation […]

25 April 2010

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‘Between Two Truths’

BETWEEN TWO TRUTHS an EXHIBITION OF PHOTOGRAPHY at FORMANS SMOKEHOUSE GALLERY OPENING RECEPTION – THURSDAY 6TH MAY 6-9 PM This is the inaugural exhibition of Photography at the new Smokehouse Gallery based inside Forman & Son’s salmon smokehouse on Hackney Wick’s Fish Island. This is the centre of the capitals largest and fastest growing artistic […]

25 April 2010

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Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera

Exposed offers a fascinating look at pictures made on the sly, without the explicit permission of the people depicted. With photographs from the late nineteenth century to present day, the pictures present a shocking, illuminating and witty perspective on iconic and taboo subjects.  Beginning with the idea of the ‘unseen photographer’, Exposed presents 250 works […]