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20131010092240-2013-10-03_maria_stenfors_img_0926 Watchlist Artist: Lilah Fowler  
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Lilah Fowler at Maria Stenfors 10/10/13 Posted 10/10/13

Just as reading a text is a journey from start to finish, the reading of an artwork and exhibition is dictated by the same process. Lilah Fowler’s exhibition invites us to explore our relationship to space and our experience of it, the passage of moving through a physical space and experiencing its proportions and elements. Separate elements are disassociated from their original context, creating an unexpected pairing of matter and material. The forced arrangement of space rendering the fam... [more]

Feature Your Art in Our Upcoming FIAC! Special Edition!  
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10/3/13 Posted 10/3/13

fiac!, cutlog and slick...just a few of the fairs that make Paris the place to be the fourth weekend of October. fiac! of course is the center piece, taking place in the Grand Palais, the Beaux-Arts masterpiece built for the Universal Exposition of 1900. With its vaulted glass ceilings and history of ground-breaking expositions, there's no better place to hold Paris' grand fair. Our team of Parisian writers will be on the ground, providing insights and commentary from the... [more]

Art under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm  
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10/2/13 Posted 10/2/13

(Excerpt from 'Art under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm' posted on TATE. Found here http://www.tate.org.uk/about/press-office/press-releases/art-under-attack-histories-british-iconoclasm-1) Tate Britain to present butchered paintings, decapitated sculptures and other damaged works in a survey of centuries of art vandalism. Axed piano from seminal 1960s art event rediscovered and on show in public at Tate Britain for the first time. Tate Britain is displaying a rediscovered piano t... [more]

TATE to acquire works at FRIEZE  
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10/2/13 Posted 10/2/13

(Excerpt from 'Tate Given Generous £150k Fund For Frieze Outset Purchases' posted on artlyst. Found here http://www.artlyst.com/articles/tate-given-generous-150k-fund-for-frieze-outset-purchases) The Outset/Frieze Art Fair Fund is a charitable foundation focused on supporting new art, and enables Tate to buy important work by emerging artists at the fair for the national collection. Tate will announce details of the works which have been acquired at this year’s Frieze Art Fai... [more]

Salesroom Artist: Frank Pohlmann  
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9/10/13 Posted 9/10/13

(Image: Frank Pohlmann, Time Tunnel 3D / view with 3D glasses, 3D , stereoscopic, anaglyph; © Frank Pohlmann) Frank Pohlmann (lives in London) My work is concerned with the potential of stereoscopic 3D (S3D)vision for the fine arts. When viewed with 3D glasses shapes and colors seem literally to emerge out of the canvas. I explore the interaction of the space displayed on the canvas and the binocular space in front of the viewer. My artwork tries to demonstrate that S3D images displayed on... [more]

20130813130532-ludgate_hill Nadiya Pavliv Tokarska / Contemporary Cityscapes. After E HOPPER and D HEPHER  
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Nadiya Pavliv-Tokarska at Tokarska Gallery September 12th, 2013 - September 28th, 2013
Posted 8/13/13

Nadiya Pavliv Tokarska / Contemporary Cityscapes. After E HOPPER and D HEPHER Unreal City, 60 Under the brown fog of a winter dawn, A crowd flowed over London Bridge, so many, I had not thought death had undone so many. Sighs, short and infrequent, were exhaled, And each man fixed his eyes before his feet. T. S. Eliot, The Wasteland, 1922 London town; Do we acknowledge the architectural giants in between sips of our extra hot, extra skinny, mocha-decaf latte as we drudge routinely... [more]

Miro Tomarkin: Catalogue Edition  
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Posted 7/30/13

Miro TomarkinPainting Lives and works in: London Website: www.tomarkin.com To purchase contact: Miro Tomarkin Miro Tomarkin is a German-born artist and writer, based in London. Tomarkin is participating in the Regeneration Project of London's East End Thames Estuary, and has recently conducted the project 'get involved with art — art is for everyone', encouraging locals to engage in art in conjunction with a recent solo exhibition. His recent solo exhibitions were titled 'See the world with my eyes'... [more]

Invisible Print Studio Launch Party (11 Jul. 2013)  
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6/29/13 Posted 6/29/13

(Excerpt from 'Invisible Print Studio Launch Party' posted on Art Rabbit. Found here http://www.artrabbit.com/uk/events/event/40547/invisible_print_studio_launch_party)   Invisible Print Studio invites you to celebrate the launch of their new website.   Event Details:   Where: PAYNESHURVELL 16 Hewett Street London EC2A 3NN   When:Thursday 11th July 2013   Time: 6pm - 8pm   Invisible Print Studio, a new screenprinting studio founded by Michael Hall and Coralie Sheppard, is launching at PayneShurvell on Thursday 11th July... [more]

Pilvi Takala receives the Emdash Award 2013  
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6/21/13 Posted 6/21/13

(Excerpt from 'Pilvi Takala receives the Emdash Award 2013' posted on e-flux. Found here http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/pilvi-takala-receives-the-emdash-award-2013)   The Emdash Award is a major opportunity for an emerging artist working outside the UK to realise a new work at Frieze London. The recipient of the 2013 Emdash Award is Pilvi Takala. Takala has chosen to give the opportunity to devise and realise the Emdash Award in 2013 to a group of children. As a starting point f... [more]

20130607190201-nickydeeley22513 Catlin 2013: Philippa Snow & Charlotte Jansen  
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Posted 6/7/13

Charlotte Jansen: Good to see you the other night at the Catlin Prize. And those pointy jazzy shoes of yours... have a good time? Philippa Snow: Those jazzy shoes were an absolute nightmare; half a size too small, and the tip came off the heel when I - very sensibly - went straight home after the prize (by which I mean: "went for whiskey sours in a dark bar"). CJ: Talking of dark rooms; I meant to ask you what you were doing crouching down on the floor there when I got in? PS: I was trying... [more]

20130606141019-nickydeeley22513 Catlin 2013: Philippa Snow & Charlotte Jansen  
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Posted 6/6/13

Charlotte Jansen: Good to see you the other night at the Catlin Prize. And those pointy jazzy shoes of yours... have a good time? Philippa Snow: Those jazzy shoes were an absolute nightmare; half a size too small, and the tip came off the heel when I - very sensibly - went straight home after the prize (by which I mean: "went for whiskey sours in a dark bar"). CJ: Talking of dark rooms; I meant to ask you what you were doing crouching down on the floor there when I got in? PS: I was trying... [more]

20130520154414-ua12_1780 Spraying a London Tube train! Cannot wait.  
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mixed media and street artists, print makers, 200 painters, Photographers at Josephine Avenue July 13th, 2013 - July 14th, 2013
Posted 5/20/13

Spraying a full size London Tube Train. Sound amazing! [more]

20130516172337-1-nigra-sum_2 Watchlist Artist: Claudi Casanovas  
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Claudi Casanovas at Erskine, Hall & Coe 5/16/13 Posted 5/16/13

Gallery Erskine, Hall & Coe is currently showing an exhibition of fifteen new works by acclaimed Catalan artist Claudi Casanovas. The exhibition explores ideas relating to the theme of darkness and rebirth. “New moon - it’s a symbol of rebirth and fertility.  From the dark light and life shall be reborn. Nigra sum sed Formosa, I am black but beautiful. It’s the cult of the Black Madonnas. Each piece’s name is related to the Black Madonnas. We are passing through or entering into a “Black” period, bu... [more]

Londonewcastle: Catlin Art Prize 2013 (May 2, 2013)  
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4/27/13 Posted 4/27/13

(Source: Email)   The Catlin Art Prize is an annual event showcasing the most promising art school graduates one year on from their degree exhibitions. Catlin Art Prize 2013 Curated by Justin Hammond at Londonewcastle Project Space. Private View: Thursday 2nd May, 6-9pm Public Opening time: 3rd  – 26th  May; 11am - 6pm daily; Sundays noon - 4pm / Free entry Now in its seventh year and second year hosted at Londonewcastle Project Space, the Catlin Art Prize will showcase the most exciting new art... [more]

Turner Prize 2013 shortlist announced  
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4/27/13 Posted 4/27/13

(Excerpt from 'Turner Prize 2013 shortlist announced' posted on Tate by Susan Holtham on 25 Apr. 2013. Found here http://www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/articles/turner-prize-2013-shortlist-announced)   The Turner Prize is a contemporary art award that celebrates new developments in contemporary art and is awarded each year to a British artist. The four artists shortlisted for the Turner Prize this year were announced this morning at Tate Britain.  They are Laure Prouvost, Tino Sehgal... [more]

Points of Departure @ICA (26 June-21 July 2013)  
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4/19/13 Posted 4/19/13

(Excerpt from 'Points of Departure' posted on Institute of Contemporary Arts. Found here http://www.ica.org.uk/36432/Exhibitions/Points-of-Departure.html?utm_source=ICA+Press+List+2012&utm_campaign=c358a03e77-POD+Revised&utm_medium=email)   Points of Departure features new commissions resulting from six residencies in London and Ramallah by British and Palestinian artists. The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London, is delighted to announce Points of Departure, a group exhibition and publ... [more]


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