Search Results for "Emma Hart"

11 October 2013

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The Jarman Award 2013

Film London and Channel 4 in association with the Whitechapel Gallery are excited to announce a national tour of the stellar line up of 10 UK-based shortlisted artists for the prestigious Film...

7 August 2013

London Art Exhibitions To Visit During The August Lull

Why is it that when the tourists arrive, the galleries close? Paul Carey-Kent takes a look around the London galleries and discovers just how...

21 July 2013

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Jarman Award 2013: Shortlist Announced For £10,000 Annual Prize

Film London in association with the Whitechapel Gallery have announced the 2013 line up of UK-based contemporary artists for the sixth edition of the...

15 May 2013

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ArtLacuna Film Festival 2013

Featured artists: Jordan Baseman | Emma Hart | Rory McClean | James Petrucci | Stuart Pound | Susan Young | Nicki Rolls + more to be announced  selected entries to the open:Fanny Albouker | Yu Araki | Kirsten Atkins...

19 February 2013

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JERWOOD FILM AND VIDEO UMBRELLA AWARDS ANNOUNCE THE SECOND EDITION

Jerwood Visual Arts (JVA) and Film and Video Umbrella have announced the continuation of the Jerwood/Film and Video Umbrella Awards, as they launch the...

22 November 2012

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Film in Space An Exhibition of Film and Expanded Cinema

A new group exhibition Film in Space selected by British artist-filmmaker Guy Sherwin (b.1948) focuses on expanded cinema, a film movement which came to...

1 November 2012

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Film in Space: An exhibition of film and expanded cinema selected by Guy Sherwin

Artists include: Angela Allen, Gill Eatherley, Louisa Fairclough, Steve Farrer, Nicky Hamlyn, Emma Hart, Dan Hays, Denise Hawrysio, Malcolm Le Grice, Rob Mullender, Annabel...

16 August 2012

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Get Set For The 2012 Whitstable Biennale

The Whitstable Biennale is a festival of contemporary visual art. Set in the small fishing town of Whitstable, the festival features a wide range...

1 July 2012

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Swarms of Black Flies Make the Roses Purple

Edwina Ashton / Alex Baker & Kit Poulson / William S. Burroughs / Brion Gysin / Emma Hart / Alejandro Ospina / Plastique FantastiqueCurated by...

22 March 2012

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TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS

Ed Atkins, Emma Hart, Naheed Raza and Corin Sworn are four of the most exciting new talents to emerge on the contemporary art scene....

1 March 2012

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Benedict Drew: CYcLORAMA SOLO PROJECT

Benedict Drew will present a newly commissioned solo project for the third installment of Cell Project Space’s CYcLORAMA programme.   Benedict Drew works across...

20 January 2012

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Ten Chapters Seven Chapters, A Contents Page, Parenthesis and Footnotes.

19:35 – 21:00   The evening begins at Liverpool Street Station at 19.35pm.  Board the 19:45 train to Cheshunt five stops to Banner Repeater.   Promptness is...

30 December 2011

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Art Exhibitions In Review 2011 By Paul Carey Kent

Obvious highlights of 2011 included Miro and Richter at the Tate, Leonardo at the National Gallery, Toulouse-Lautrec at the Courtald, Degas at the Royal...

4 October 2011

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Around The London Galleries With Paul Carey-Kent

OCTOBER’S MULTITUDE No doubt about it: October is an almost embarrassingly rich month with Frieze itself plus other fairs, and the accompanying shows put...

9 September 2011

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The Street: Reclaim the Mural

Artist collective The Work in Progress (Benedict Drew, Emma Hart, Dai Jenkins, Dean Kenning and Corinna Till) present Reclaim the Mural as part of...

11 October 2020

Entwining Spiritualism And Art – Three Shows – Revd Jonathan Evens

Once upon a time in modernism, the interlacing of art and religion was rendered invisible. Art was not just for art’s sake but was...

27 September 2020

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John Lennon At 80 The Subject Of A Curated London Exhibition

A totally unauthorised and 100 % unofficial tribute to John Lennon celebrating (believe it or not) his 80th birthday is to take place at...

30 July 2020

Ai Weiwei A Disturbing History Of Bombs IWM Marina Vaizey

Ai Weiwei IWM: History of Bombs. Little Boy, Fat Man, Daisy Cutter, Snake Eye, Grand Slam, Tomahawk, Tsar Boba, are seemingly innocuous even childlike...

12 February 2020

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Sonia Boyce Chosen To Represent Britain At 59th Venice Biennale

Sonia Boyce OBE RA has been announced as the artist to represent the UK at the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di...

25 July 2019

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Art, Faith, Church Patronage and Modernity – Rev Jonathan Evens

Two recent publications explore the place that religious Art occupied in 20th century Britain. Paul Liss writes in ‘Art, Faith and Modernity’ of the...

26 June 2019

Clifford Chance Celebrates Pride With New London LGBTQ+ Art Exhibition

Clifford Chance celebrates Pride with an international series of exhibitions showcasing the work of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQ+) and supported artists at...

22 January 2019

91ST ACADEMY AWARDS NOMINATIONS – BREAKING NEWS

 91st Academy Awards: The Actor-comedian and Oscar®–nominated writer Kumail Nanjiani and actress–producer–director Tracee Ellis Ross announced the 91st Oscars® nominations today

26 November 2018

Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair 2018 Round-Up – Jude Cowan Montague

It was a personal pleasure to visit this fair, now in its third year. The ambitious project has taken over the huge warehouse scale...

10 November 2018

Living War Memorial Artist-led Campaign Save Avenue Of Trees

An Artist-led campaign to save a street dubbed the ‘Living War Memorial’ has resulted in a dramatic victory for a community stirred into art-activism

27 May 2018

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Central Saint Martins Kicks Off London Degree Show Season 2018

Every spring I look forward to the buzz of the London art school degree show season.

17 February 2018

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Hugh Mendes: Donald Trump Obituary Painting Is Not Just Fake News

Hugh Mendes has created his most controversial image to date, for his latest exhibition, a group show at CHARLIE SMITH LONDON.

18 August 2017

Nature Morte: Contemporary Still life Explored At Guildhall Art Gallery

A new exhibition celebrating the cult of Nature Morte explores how leading artists of the 21st century have reinvigorated the still life.

10 February 2017

British Council Announces 2017 Partnerships For 57th Venice Biennale

The British Council has announced their 2017 partnership with England, Scotland, and Wales in presenting three exhibitions at the 57th International Venice Biennale Art...

15 November 2016

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Art Responds To Science Fiction In London Underground Car Park

A spectacular multimedia group exhibition is set to open in a multi-storey underground car park situated in the heart of Soho's, West End over...

4 April 2016

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Activists Target British Museum’s Links With Oil Giant BP

Anti BP Oil Activists staged a demonstration inside London’s leading museum yesterday in protest of the institutions continuing sponsorship with the energy giant BP.  A...

28 September 2015

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Art Licks Weekend Returns Celebrating The Best Emerging Art In London

Art Licks Weekend returns for a third year to celebrate the best emerging artists, galleries and projects working in the borders of London’s art scene With 90 participating spaces, Art Licks Weekend occupies areas...

12 July 2015

Royal College of Art Degree Show 2015 Intriguing Practices And Processes

The predominant presence of video in the Royal College of Art Graduate Exhibition characterizes many of the practices as interdisciplinary.  Video appears in the works...