Pete and Repeat




176 is pleased to announce Pete and Repeat, an exhibition drawn entirely from the Zabludowicz Collection, featuring works by 35 artists from 15 countries who use strategies of repetition. Whether by irresistibly returning to a subject or theme, remaking a canonical work of art, serialising a formal element or demonstrating persistent patterns of behaviour, the works in Pete and Repeat all operate in the realm of repetition. Together, they generate a game of ‘Spot the Difference’, inviting the viewer to ponder what those differences reveal about the works themselves and our assumptions about originality, authenticity and creation.

The exhibition will be accompanied by an ambitious series of talks and debates, and a publication for which artists in Pete and Repeat have been invited to write about specific works in the show, and which will also include a selection of new and reprinted texts about ideas relevant to the exhibition.

The exhibition includes work by Artists:

Ai Weiwei / John Baldessari / Bernd and Hilla Becher / Viktoria Binschtok / Pierre Bismuth / Peter Coffin / Alexandre Da Cunha / Doug Fishbone / Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard / Ryan Gander / Ulrich Gebert / Falk Haberkorn / Alban Hajdinaj / Neil Hamon / Swetlana Heger / On Kawara / Mark Leckey / Edgar Leciejewski / Elad Lassry / Tim Lee / Sherrie Levine / Jonathan Monk / Ivan Navarro / Ariel Orozco / Junebum Park / Paul Pfeiffer / Amalia Pica / Richard Prince / Giorgio Sadotti / Jack Strange / Wolfgang Tillmans / Keith Tyson / Yue Minjun

Duration 17 September 2009 - 13 December 2009
Times Thursday-Friday 11am-3pm Saturday-Sunday 11am-6pm
Cost free
Venue Zabludowicz Collection
Address 176 Prince of Wales Road London NW54NS, ,
Contact +44(0)20 7428 8940 / / www.projectspace176.com

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