26 October 2015

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David King Reuben: New Exhibition To Open At Display Gallery

Display Gallery will present ‘Baby It’s A Green Light’ an animated exhibition showcasing etchings, lithographs, silkscreens, coloured drawings and digital-hand-mixed prints by David King Reuben. Reuben’s past works have been a social commentary exploring the relation between culture and religion and examines how this has evolved throughout history. The exhibition takes references from history, mythology, […]

2 October 2015

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Jack Marshall: Low Battery To Open At Display Gallery

Building on the success of ‘Inner City Ooz’, Jack Marshall returns to Display Gallery for his first solo exhibition in the UK, ‘Low battery’. Informed by an ongoing fascination with the seemingly inanimate, yet dense urban environment, Marshall has created a collection of works that aim to record the shifting rhythmic identity of culture and […]

23 July 2015

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Display Gallery Presents Group Exhibition: A Sequence Of Nows

Display Gallery presents ‘A Sequence of Nows’, a group exhibition by six promising, international artists for whom time acts as a strand within a multidisciplinary practice. Bringing together works across media, the selected artists aim not only to challenge our established understanding of time, but also our notions of identity, materiality, history and the relationship […]

4 May 2015

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Group Exhibition Starting Grid To Open At Display Gallery

Display Gallery presents the group exhibition ‘Starting Grid’. In the world of art in which change is a prerequisite and the ever-accelerating search for something new tends to dominate, there is some reassurance to be found in the continuing interest and use of the grid. From its earliest appearance at the beginning of the 20th […]

21 March 2015

Analia Saban, El Anatsui, And Sunday In The Park With Ed, Exhibition Round-Up

Analia Saban: Interiors – Sprüth Magers Sprüth Magers presents Analia Saban: Interiors, the artist’s third exhibition with Sprüth Magers, and her first in the London gallery. The artist manipulates the conventions of photography, painting and sculpture. Saban attempts to change the viewers perception through the juxtaposition of media and genre. Using the constituent parts of […]

23 February 2015

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Sunday in the Park With Ed Questions The Advancement Of Manet’s Radicalism

Sunday in the Park with Ed is a new exhibition curated by Cedric Christie & Pascal Rousson, at the Display Gallery in Holborn. Taking Édouard Manet’s Le Déjeuner sur l’Herbe as a starting point, the show asks artists to look at what is transgressive in their own practice, questioning whether the radicalism present in Manet’s […]