14 March 2010

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‘Wonderland’

A solo exhibition of recent paintings by ex Royal Academy Schools student Joanna Phelps in collaboration with Peifen Fine Art and Piero Passet Gallery.

14 March 2010

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Saludos Amigos 2010

A one night guerilla show at the Hanbury Hall SALUDOS AMIGOS 2010 Latin American Artists in London,  Thursday June 3rd, 5-10pm. Hanbury Hall, Hanbury St, (off Brick Lane) E1 6QR   In the 1940s Walt Disney travelled to Rio to make SALUDOS AMIGOS a pop portrait of Latin America, now Brazilian artist Robson Cezar is […]

13 March 2010

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Play Me, I’m Yours

20 upright pianos distributed across Barcelona for the public to play. Designed as a catalyst to connect people, a blank canvas for the publics creativity. To date I´ve installed 140 pianos in 8 cities around the world and this year another 240 will be distributed across 10 more cities Will I survive?   

11 March 2010

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Billy Childish: Unknowable but Certain

Childish [is] right to question the dogma of the art world … and it is the work of those precious galleries like the ICA to investigate and experiment with this.’ The Independent Artist, musician and writer Billy Childish is a cult figure, and one who has gained an international following, but this is the first […]

10 March 2010

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Seducing The Machine

Seducing the Machine, an exhibition of digital video and photographic work, marks the culmination of Katherine Nolan’s doctoral research into narcissism, performance and contemporary feminist practice. The inwardly looking self-indulgent love of narcissism seems incongruous with contemporary art as a critical practice, and yet it is an unspoken impulse and motivation fundamental to the artist’s […]

10 March 2010

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The Sirens’ Stage. An exhibition by Etienne Chambaud in collaboration with critic Vincent Normand

The Sirens’ Stage is a multi-layered conceptual exhibition by Etienne Chambaud conceived in the framework of Vincent Normand’s project Permanent Exhibition, Temporary Collections.The Sirens’ Stage is developed with Kadist Art Foundation in Paris and Nomas Foundation in Rome. The exhibition, interpreted in a different language almost simultaneously in each foundation, is based on mechanisms of […]

10 March 2010

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Liminal

Liminal is a new body of work by British / Iranian artist Katayoun Dowlatshahi. The art works have been produced from double exposures onto 6 x 6 roll film as unique works of art; combining both the photograph and its hand drawn mirror image. These works have a more formal relationship with the landscape yet […]

9 March 2010

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Works Selected By…

Zero10 is a private gallery in London, where selected contemporary artists are showcased within the intimate surrounding of a domestic space.   Taking on a more direct relationship with the art, Zero10 will be showing the works of emerging artists who are gaining the attention of critics, curators, institutions and the art press around the […]

8 March 2010

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“Imprints”

Light, transmitted and defused, exposes vulnerability and intimacy in Bullseye Gallery’s first solo exhibition of paintings, photography and glass by Joanne Teasdale.

7 March 2010

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Tony Cragg

A major new exhibition from the Turner Prize-winning sculptor Tony Cragg (Hamlet, 2009, 386x130x100cm, Wood) Five large new sculptures will be exhibited, along with a series of smaller works and related drawings The Lisson Gallery will devote over 400 square metres of exhibition space to this important new show of major new works by Tony […]

5 March 2010

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HOTEL MIND: Juliet King

Tackling one of the last taboo’s – that of loss and the expression of grief in Western society.  Conceived between 2005 and 2009, Hotel Mind narrates it’s own journey of grief – from the confusion of tragedy through to the quest for perspective and understanding,  expressed by six large scale paintings of hotels which act […]

5 March 2010

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The Library of Babel / In and Out of Place

  176 / Zabludowicz Collection are pleased to present an exhibition of works from the Zabludowicz Collection guest curated by Anna-Catharina Gebbers. As part of 176 / Zabludowicz Collection’s curatorial residency, Anna-Catharina Gebbers was given complete freedom to create an exhibition from the over 2,000 works in the Zabludowicz Collection. The result is a dramatic […]

5 March 2010

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Connor Phipps/ Jon Mole

11 year old Conor and his mentor Jon Mole are holding an exhibition at The Old Art Gallery, Avenue Road, Leamington Spa on 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th March between 11.00 and 4.00. Connor last year won a national competition by wildlife artist David Shepherd and had his work exhibited in the Natural History Museum. […]

4 March 2010

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Visions in the Nunnery, Call for Entries

Visions in the Nunnery 2010 Call for moving image and performance work We are now accepting applications for moving image and performance artists to apply to our international open submission event. This year promises to be more ambitious than ever before.Visions in the Nunnery is an annual event that showcases some of the most exciting […]

4 March 2010

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Call for entries, Visions in the Nunnery

Visions in the Nunnery 2010 Call for moving image and performance work We are now accepting applications for moving image and performance artists to apply to our international open submission event. This year promises to be more ambitious than ever before.Visions in the Nunnery is an annual event that showcases some of the most exciting […]

4 March 2010

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Perspectives – an exhibition of expectation and illusion.

Perspectives – an exhibition of expectation and illusion. March – June 2010. Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill, 30 Portman Square, London W1H 7BH Candlestar is proud to present Perspectives the latest in the series of exhibitions that it has developed in partnership with the luxury five-star hotel Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill, the […]

2 March 2010

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Unbombed and Bitten

“In a time when Street art is protected under Plexiglas panels, and the majority of local residents hope to wake up with an authentic Bansky on the outside wall of their homes… It is clear that the joke is over. War on art? I don’t think so. In an age where Street Art enters Museums […]

1 March 2010

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Brixton’s Smallest Cinema

Artinavan// are converting their shop unit into a functioning cinema.the cinema will be the smallest cinema in the world (tbc) and will be screening a variety of films, from short films to feature length, documentary, video performance, Art, animation or narrative. The viewings will be free and there will be pop corn and refreshments throughout the […]

1 March 2010

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East Meets East

Forman’s Smokehouse Gallery launches with debut show, East Meets East, featuring international street artists from East London, and Eastern Europe. Gallery owner Lance Forman is well aware that artists are often the pioneers of urban regeneration, re-energising vacant industrial landscapes through a variety of creative uses. In keeping with East London’s traditionally renegade spirit, and […]

1 March 2010

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Arae Exhibition

Party – 18.00 to 23.00 18th March Exhibition 18-21st March Music by Sobameshi & Porno (Yuki and Kohhei from Bo Ningen)Monica YamDJ Tata FernandezEnnio Art by Christian Alegria – Christian graduated with an MA in Photography from the London College of Communications and has exhibited in a number of different galleries both in London and […]

28 February 2010

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The 17th Biennale of Sydney

  The Biennale of Sydney is Australia’s largest and most exciting contemporary visual arts event. The fourth oldest biennale in the world, the Biennale of Sydney continues to be recognised for showcasing the freshest and most provocative contemporary art from Australia and around the world. The biennial exhibition is held in Sydney’s leading art venues […]

28 February 2010

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Liverpool Biennial 2010

  Liverpool Biennial is the UK’s largest as well as one of the most exciting contemporary visual arts events, and with 960,000 visits in 2008, it is one of the best attended in the world. 18 September – 28 November 2010 For ten weeks every two years the city of Liverpool is transformed into the […]

28 February 2010

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MAKING SPACE Closing Reception

Reception: March 28, 2010 5-8PM SUPERFRONT invites you to celebrate the success of the 1st annual Architects-in-Residence exhibit and publication of the MAKING SPACE catalog. Please join us at the gallery (1432 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY) on Sunday, March 28th from 5-8pm. MAKING SPACE presents the work of FRANCISCA BENITEZ and PAWEL NIEDZWIECKI. The exhibit is open […]

28 February 2010

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SUPERFRONT LA presents UNPLANNED: Research and Experiments at the Urban Scale

  Opening reception: Thursday March 25, 2010 5PM – 8PM SUPERFRONT invites you to the opening reception of UNPLANNED: Research and Experiments at the Urban Scale, the first SUPERFRONT LA exhibit of 2010. Just as the discipline of architecture faces a re-imagination of itself in this era of slow-motion global capitalism, the human population finds itself […]

28 February 2010

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Paint

Exploring the use of paint as both medium and subject matter. Group show including five paintings from Anne Charnock’s Uncertainty Series. Patrick Altes, Christopher Bond, Ruth Caig, Anne Charnock, Catherine Charnock, Maria Colom, Fiona Curran, Heather McReynolds, Raksha Patel, Ilona Szalay, John Trigg, Jane Walker, Andrew Whamond.

27 February 2010

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Küchenmaschinen auf Abwegen

Küchenmaschinen auf Abwegen Stefan Doepner haucht ganz alltäglichen Dingen Leben ein. Dazu gehören Küchengeräte aller Art, aber auch ganz gewöhnliches Geschirr. Allerdings verhalten sich seine Objekte nicht so, wie man es von ihnen erwarten würde. Das gilt zum Beispiel für seinen modifizierten Bürotisch: Kaffeetasse, Kugelschreiber und auch der Klebestift haben ein merkwürdiges Eigenleben und bewegen sich scheinbar […]

26 February 2010

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‘Dispersion’

Marlene Sarroff’s solo exhibition at parisCONCRET speaks of transformation, flux and order/disorder. It also speaks of reduction, repetition and accumulation. ‘Dispersion’ explores ideas relating to REALITY and how we perceive it. The  main inspiration comes from an ongoing research into the interrelationship between Physics and the world around us. Probabilities are determined by the dynamics […]

26 February 2010

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ZEITGEIST – Marcus Antonius Jansen

Marcus Antonius Jansen (ZEITGEIST) May 8. 2010 101 EXHIBIT101 Northeast 40th StreetMiami, FL 33137-3511 Public Reception 7:00pm   Click our facebook listing: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=324478707936&ref=mf ___________________________________________________ Gallery, 101 EXHIBIT , proudly presents Marcus Antonius Jansen (ZEITGEIST), on May 8. 2010 in Miami Florida, with a public Reception at 7:00pm, at 101 Northeast 40th Street, Miami, FL 33137-3511. […]

26 February 2010

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After the End..

OPEN EXHIBITION: AFTER THE END Ten years ago the influential art critic and author Arthur Danto announced that art had ended in the sixties. For Danto, the art that emerged after this had lost its spirit and its purpose. The past was no longer a place from which to react against, art no longer had […]

25 February 2010

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Rosanna Greaves and Richard Stone

Private View: Wednesday 3rd March 2010, 6-10pm Exhibition dates: 3-14 March 2010Opening times: Thursday-Sunday 12-6pmFirst Thursdays late opening: Thursday 4th March 6-9pmArtists’ talk: 2pm, Saturday 13th March, 2010 Curated by Patrick Michalopoulos and Ismail Erbil Schwartz Gallery presents the work of Rosanna Greaves and Richard Stone as part of its new series of two-person shows […]

25 February 2010

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SAY WHAT WHAT WAY

Please join us for the upcoming exhibition at ShopAt34 in Covent Garden: SAY WHAT WHAT WAY bringing together painters from London and Glasgow. Melissa Bugarella Fiona Burke James Ferris Ian Gonczarow Rowena Harris Conor Kelly Trevor Kiernander Joep Overtoom Luke Rudolf Rosemary Scanlon

24 February 2010

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Bay View: Tina Hage, Keh Ng, Lisa Slominski, Keli Reule

Bay Gallery is representing contemporary work of emerging British-based artists, focusing on innovative emerging work being produced in London. This new body of work presented by Bay Gallery promises to be inventive cross-disciplinary work.  The gallery also specialises in contemporary Aboriginal art from Utopia in the central desert of Australia. Tina Hage In Tina Hage’s […]