Masters of Light
14 May - 06 Jun 2015
The art works included in this exhibition are very different from one another, but they do have one characteristic in common. They report on the magic of light – to venture on a tautology: they reveal its power to reveal. The Korean artist Hwang Seontae and the British painter Ben Johnson depict interior spaces that are defined and moulded by the lig...
An exhibition of new paintings and photography by one of Britain's most celebrated artists, David Hockney, will open at Annely Juda Fine Art in London on 15 May 2015 and run until 27 June 2015.
The show is an exploration of David Hockney's interest in perspective and features a series of group portraits, including those of card players, and other portraits and scenes painted in his Los Angele...
Harold Wharf, 6 Creekside, Deptford
London SE8 4SA, United Kingdom http://aptstudios.org
May 7th - May 31st
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A.P.T’s two CREEKSIDE OPEN exhibitions are a snapshot of the breadth and diversity of contemporary visual art in the UK today. Lisa Milroy and Richard Deacon have independently selected recent work by 113 artists from one anonymous submission for two shows which will be held at the A.P.T Gallery, Deptford in May and June 2015.The first exhibition has been selected by Lisa Milroy and includes...
Internationally renowned for sculptural installations and video works, Swiss artist Roman Signer presents Slow Movement, a new installation for the Curve using the kayak, a longstanding symbol and form in his work for three decades. Specifically made for this show, a kayak navigates the 90-metre long gallery as if moving through a canal. The exhibition extends out to the foyer and lakeside, with two...
Explore almost three decades of the estate’s construction from the mid-1950s to 1982. Rarely seen photographs of the construction trace the progress of the gargantuan scheme which saw the bomb site turned into a brutalist architectural landmark.
Bernard Jacobson Gallery
other (outside main areas)
28 Duke Street St. James's
London SW1Y 6AG, United Kingdom
+44 020 7734 3431 http://www.jacobsongallery.com
May 1st - June 20th
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Bernard Jacobson Gallery is very pleased to announce that our second exhibition in our new space on Duke Street St James’s will be a series of paintings by one of Britain’s leading painters William Tillyer.
The Palmer paintings continue Tillyer’s long engagement with the English landscape and in particular his lifelong obsession with clouds. The Palmer of the title is Samuel Palmer 180...
There are 108 beads in the japa mala Hindus and Buddhists use to meditate. This is a meditative series, and it powerfully conjures India, where at one time, artists were often pilgrims, even secular-minded ones…”
Blain|Southern is delighted to present an exhibition of new watercolours by Francesco Clemente. Bringing together 108 works on paper, all of which are delicately and i...
"There are 108 beads in the japa mala Hindus and Buddhists use to meditate. This is a meditative series, and it powerfully conjures India, where at one time, artists were often pilgrims, even secular-minded ones…”
Blain|Southern is delighted to present an exhibition of new watercolours by Francesco Clemente. Bringing together 108 works on paper, all of which are delicately...
Jo Baer’s first major show in a UK public gallery centres around her most recent series of paintings, In the Land of the Giants. This series, developed since 2009, reflects on her life-long interest in history and science. Inspired by Palaeolithic cave paintings, Baer saw in these ancient marks, with their instilled meaning, a midway between abstraction and figuration. Depicting esoteric and e...
For his second solo exhibition at Camden Arts Centre, British artist Simon Martin (b. 1965) presents a new film, UR Feeling. This new work takes its title and direction from a quote by architect Peter Eisenman in conversation with Charles Jencks, discussing the redevelopment of Santiago de Compostela’s historic city centre.
'They will feel in the alleyways something, but it’s not qui...
‘To make sure of what I already suspected, I leaned out over the water and I lifted the lantern, and out of the black watery mirror a face peered up at me, a face with severe and solemn features and grey eyes, an old knowing face, and it was I.’ Hermann Hesse, Flute Dream
The bare foot prophet lives in the wilds, against the mainstream. Proto hippies such as Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach and Gustav...
CHELSEA space is pleased to announce Ken Cox: Poetry Machines asthesecond exhibition in our spring programme. A highly influential sculptor of the British concrete poetry movement, Ken Cox was a creator of kinetically powered poetry machines that made words move in space as material objects. Cox’s career was cut tragically short in November 1968 when he was fatally injured in a car accident, ju...
Chisenhale Gallery presents a major new commission by the Istanbul, Amsterdam and Berlin based Kurdish artist Ahmet Öğüt. For Happy Together: Collaborators Collaborating Öğüt will stage a public discussion at Chisenhale Gallery, bringing together people of various professions and nationalities with whom he has previously collaborated. The gallery will be transformed into a TV studio f...
PROJECTS is a series of exhibitions within the Contemporary Art Society space at 59 Central Street that transform and use the architecture of the building, drawing into focus questions around modes of display and the encounter between contemporary art and architecture.
The Contemporary Art Society will present a selection of work by Salvatore Arancio.
The main concern at the centre of Salvatore...