2 June 2010

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Robert Eadie ‘It’s Wild Out There’

In It’s Wild Out There, over thirty canvases by Robert Eadie take the viewer on a journey through the artist’s own experiences with nature.

2 June 2010

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Gossip, Scandal and Good Manners. Works by Ulises Carrión

Gossip, Scandal and Good Manners is the first solo presentation in the UK of the work of Mexican artist, writer and publisher, Ulises Carrión (1941-1989), curated by the first year MA Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art in collaboration with Martha Hellion. Comprising an exhibition, series of events and publication, the project […]

2 June 2010

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Exposition Sylvie Auvray

Des objets, des figurines un peu cheap mais attendrissantes, des jouets perdus, des tableaux de lapins géants, le glossaire plastique de Sylvie Auvray ne semble que recouvrir une part d’enfance un peu oubliée!! À priori. Mais avant tout il est question de trajet. Ces objets qu’elle entasse, ces images qu’elle recrute au hasard – pas […]

1 June 2010

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BEYOND FEAR_Julieta Hernandez Adame + Tony Lee

Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid… be prepared to hypontized, seduced and downright scared. Tony Lee and Julieta Hernandez Adame are here to exorcise the fears that we possess or that we are possessed by. Inspired by imagery taken from ancient Mexican culture Tony Lee’s repeat inkblot patterns become hypnotic, powerful PSYCHO wallpaper. Hernandez works with […]

26 May 2010

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Commentaries on Living. Centro de artes Sines Portugal

An exhibition of photographs and other related works about the Alentejo region of Portugal

24 May 2010

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‘Spectacle’

Feast on the sensual and sublime world of eight unique contemporary artists. ‘Spectacle’ is an exhibition that bares all, and will seduce and challenge in equal measure. Archetypes including the Pin-up, the Pope and the Goddess sit alongside minute flowers and super-sized cigarette lighters. With theatrical subversion this exhibition questions our relationship to objects of […]

23 May 2010

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PHYSICOLOGY

Physicology celebrates moving image as a non- filmic event. One that isn’t rooted in the narrative or governed by conventional vehicles of meaning that are ‘told’. Yael Schmidt, Sean Branagan and Cecile Wesolowski have created work that provides an encounter more tangible. None of this work uses a monitor (in this case a creative dead-end) […]

21 May 2010

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Fu Rao: Chimaeras

Fu Rao is a Chinese painter from Dresden. His near monochrome paintings, laid down by broad brushstrokes but nevertheless displaying a fine texture, reveal the deeper layers of our everyday life. The earthy, half animal and half human hybrid creatures merge with the household or natural environments in which they are set. Everything seems animated, […]

20 May 2010

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PLEASE TOUCH

WARNING: This exhibtion is not for passive consumption With performances by DOT HOWARD, LIZZY LE QUESNE and SILVER & TRUE ALTEREGORELATIVAMENTESENSIBILI / SARA KORSHOJ CHRISTENSEN OLE HAGEN / SAM HOLDEN / LAURA KENNEDY / CHRIS MERCIER SILVER & TRUE / KAREN STORR / HELEN STURGESS Private View: Thu 3 June 7-9pm curated by Michaela Freeman […]

19 May 2010

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Resort

Grand opening of new space at 229 Victoria Park Road… Somewhere between Bermuda and 2012.

17 May 2010

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The Nutty Professors!

OH! Gallery are proud to present a new exhibition featuring the work of CoolTan Arts Tutors. The exhibition spans a range of media from drawings and textiles to paintings and sculpture.  Exploring mental health and wellbeing, the artists challenge preconceived notions of normality, in an unexpected and exciting mix of visual and installation work. See […]

16 May 2010

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A Bright and Guilty Place

PayneShurvell is proud to present its first show, A Bright and Guilty Place.  Thirteen artists, working in mixed-media, interpret the notion of mapping and ‘place’.The title of the exhibition, A Bright and Guilty Place, is taken from Orson Welles’Lady of Shanghai in which the classic hall of mirrors climax sequence intertwines the virtual and the actual.

14 May 2010

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SUMMER COLLECTION

Currently small work in pewter – design and wall sculptures

14 May 2010

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Sight, Unseen

Stories, rituals and narrative traditions surrounding shadow and darkness are found in every era and diverse cultures, and have long been associated with negative phenomena; nightmares, danger, death, hidden strangers, blindness and the supernatural. Panic, anxiety, and fear are their psychological bedfellows.  Shadows bear witness to the fine line between the material world and a world in which shadows […]

13 May 2010

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London Group Annual

The London Group are a community of nearly 100 visual artists with shared commitment to studio practice and exhibiting their work. The group was originally established in 1913 when Jacob Epstein, Walter Sickert and Wyndham Lewis amalgamated the Camden Town Group and The English Vorticists. Image: Victoria Rance Dress 2010 steel and polypropylene 135cm  x 135cm x variable […]

13 May 2010

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‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ Screening (Lindsay Kemp, Jack Birkett)

A rare opportunity to see the feature length film ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ starring the Lindsay Kemp Company – including The Incredible Orlando (Jack Birkett) whose very recent death makes this screening all the more poignant. This is a free of charge event, tea will be available. There may be some impromptu related shorts and […]

12 May 2010

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‘In transit’

“In Transit” is a group exhibition of interactive kinetic installations which will fill the mall next to the Waitrose supermarket. The artists are Hinchee Hung, Nigel Goldie and Andy Charalambous The work is inspired by the abundant quantities of transit packaging available from the supermarket. Quirky structures with simple mechanisms are reliant on the movement […]

11 May 2010

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30th Anniversary Open Studios Weekend

Close to Portsmouth City Centre, on the edge of Southsea, is Art Space Portsmouth. For thirty years artists, art-lovers and friends have told other artists, art-lovers and friends about one of the oldest studio groups in the UK. Established in 1980, by Fine Art staff and graduates of the then Portsmouth Polytechnic, Art Space has […]

11 May 2010

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MA Fine Art Show

Final year and 1st year MA Fine Art students present an interdisciplinary show that will challenge, surprise and delight lovers of contemporary art. Private View Friday 25th June 2010, 5.00pm – 9.00pm. 

11 May 2010

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WEN WU – DECADENT DYNASTY

Wen Wu’s inspiration has developed since she was a little girl. Initially she was captivated by female beauty, now her work explores young men through the eyes of her alter ego, a timeless middle aged, gay man. For this exhibition Wen is continuing to develop fresh techniques and maintains a dynamic practice while exploring new […]

10 May 2010

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Woman in the 21st Century

Woman in the 21st Century: Margaret Fuller and the Sacred Marriage Curator: Lisa Paul StreitfeldMay 23rd – June 20th, 2010Opening Reception: Sunday, May 23rd, 6pm Pierre Menard Gallery is pleased to announce Woman in the 21st Century: Margaret Fuller and the Sacred Marriage, a groundbreaking multimedia group exhibition held in conjunction with the Margaret Fuller […]

10 May 2010

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LA EDGE

LA EDGE  new work by  Carey Hamblett THE OUTSIDE WORLD GALLERY 44 Redchurch St   London  E2 7DP (Nearest Tube: Liverpool Street / Old Street) 07814 430852 / 07785 918584 contact: c.a.halpin@theoutsideworld.co.uk  …images from filmmaker & artist Carey Hamblett  In the shadows of the towers of downtown lies the sprawl of industry & the soul of the city embedded […]

10 May 2010

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Saludos Amigos Latin American Artists in London

A one night guerilla show at the Hanbury Hall SALUDOS AMIGOS   In the 1940s Walt Disney travelled to Rio to make SALUDOS AMIGOS a pop portrait of Latin America, now Brazilian artist Robson Cezar is gathering together South American artists here in London to create a new SALUDOS AMIGOS as a contemporary representation of […]

9 May 2010

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Show One

RCA Fine Art Schools: Printmaking and Photography RCA Applied Art: Ceramics & Glass, Goldsmithing, Silversmithing,Metalwork & Jewellery

9 May 2010

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The London Group Members’ Annual Exhibition

What have Dr. Who and the Daleks, the Stradivarius and The London Group of artists all got in common?   The answer is The Cello Factory in Waterloo. A site where the original Daleks were produced, but it was also the Savoy Hotel’s furniture repository, and was well known in the music world as the […]

9 May 2010

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The Museum of Everything NO SOUL FOR SALE

Following the outrageous success of Exhibition #1, The Museum of Everything has been invited to host Exhibition #2 at the finest art museum south of the River Thames: London’s Tate Modern. There, from Friday May 14th until Sunday May 16th 2010, we shall be exhibiting over 1000 works on paper and canvases by non-traditional, non-professional […]

8 May 2010

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GET ON. GET IN. GET OUT.

15 DaysA group of artistsNo namesNo titlesNo bullshitJust the Art.

8 May 2010

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EXHIBITION ULTRADELIC & BEYOND ! Robert Munn & Sara Cook 3-D Art Show

  Suzanne Tremblay and The Gershwin Hotel Gallery present a 20 year retrospective show of the Lenticular artworks of Robert Munn & Sara Cook, founders of the Depthography Group.   Opening wine, cheese & pickle reception on Tuesday, May 11th from 6-9 pm at the Gershwin lobby gallery and adjacent ballroom area.    Robert Munn […]

8 May 2010

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SHOW – Ingrid Berthon-Moine / Jessica Mallock

An exhibition of sculpture, video, photography and text works by Ingrid Berthon-Moine & Jessica Mallock, both recent graduates of the LCC MA in photography. In some senses, photography has historically been inflicted upon women as the subject of photography, and with many of the conventions of photography having been developed by men. Ingrid Berthon-Moine & Jessica Mallock acknowledge […]

6 May 2010

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Snapshot – Darlinghurst eats its young

“The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there”  – LP Hartley, The Go-Between   Big hair, big pants, and long gone buildings.   Recently a friend put up a lot of scanned photos on Facebook. They were all of Sydney in the 80s. The hair, the clothes, the look of the past; […]

6 May 2010

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Swinging Chelsea

This exhibition celebrates the art and culture that flourished in the London boroughs of Kensington and Chelsea during the 1950’s and 60’s.   It will include a selection of works by artists whose careers took shape during this time period and takes a nostalgic look at the area’s diverse art scene that gave rise to […]

6 May 2010

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Bill Radawec’s Exhibition

  Bill Radawec’s Exhibition at ProjectRoom, Lincoln, NE We’re not in Kansas anymore essay: http://www.vickyaclark/latest_project.html