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Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Stewarts Law RCA Secret

Royal College of Art - Battersea, Dyson Building    chelsea, belgravia
1 Hester Road
London SW11 4AN, United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 7590 4423
March 12th - March 20th
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Stewarts Law RCA Secret turns 21 this year and is celebrating coming of age with a bold new collaboration that sees us working with some of industry’s top curators, bringing in a whole new breadth of talent to the exhibition. Twenty-three curators from around the world have been invited to commission three artists to make postcards for the sale. With contributors including industry leaders and the...   [more]

Opening: March 12th   11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Redmond Entwistle: The General Line

South London Gallery    brixton
65 Peckham Road
London SE5 8UH, United Kingdom
020 7703 6120
March 4th 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Performance added 3 days ago

(In collaboration with Andreas Reihse, sound) A new performance by artist Redmond Entwistle inspired by the life of US soldier Edward Pimental, who was murdered by left-wing terrorists for his ID card in West Germany in 1985. The work comprises a sound composition by Andreas Reihse made from field recordings of locations from Pimental’s life in the US and Germany, combined with a series of v...   [more]


Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Ken Cox: Poetry Machines

CHELSEA space    westminster
16 John Islip Street
London SW1P 4JU, United Kingdom
+44 078 4178 3129
April 29th - June 5th
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CHELSEA space is pleased to announce Ken Cox: Poetry Machines as the second exhibition in our spring programme. A highly influential sculptor of the British concrete poetry movement, Kenelm (Ken) Cox (1927-1968) 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 1968, not long after the opening of his fi...   [more]

Opening: April 28th   6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Juan Araujo Catalogue Launch and Walk-Through

Stephen Friedman Gallery    mayfair
11/25-28 Old Burlington Street
London W1S 3AN, United Kingdom
+44 (0) 20 7494 1434
March 7th 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Tour added 3 days ago

Please join us for a special launch to celebrate the publication of 'Juan Araujo', the catalogue for the artist's current exhibition at Stephen Friedman Gallery. Oliver Basciano (Managing Editor at ArtReview) will be leading a walk-through of the exhibition.Saturday 7 March 2015 Walk-through starts at 12pmThe fully illustrated catalogue will be available for a launch price of £20 (reduced from &...   [more]


Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Group Show: Curating Contemporary Art Exhibitions 2015

Royal College of Art    kensington
Kensington Gore
London SW7 2EU, United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 7590 4444
March 6th - March 22nd
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Graduating students on the Curating Contemporary Art MA programme present their final exhibitions at the Royal College of Art Galleries. In contrast to previous years, the students have chosen to present four independent exhibitions. Collectively they involve artists, theatre designers, and writers from the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australasia, and are engaged in themes of cybernetics, speculat...   [more]

Opening: March 6th   11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Caroline Corbasson, Anthony Faroux, Kasper Pincis, Andy Wicks: To Fill A Void

APT Gallery    brixton
Harold Wharf, 6 Creekside, Deptford
London SE8 4SA, United Kingdom
February 27th - March 15th
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This exhibition brings together four artists with diverse practices to explore one of the seemingly simplest of concepts, that of filling the void. It is a basic enough idea that it can be approached in a variety of ways. Seriously or playfully: from childishly colouring in letters; filling the void of the blank page or canvas, to filling an emotional void with some obsessive activity, or filling th...   [more]

Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd 'Enter the Cybercattle' panel discussion led by Robin Mackay/Urbanomic

Thomas Dane Gallery    westminster
3 & 11 Duke Street, First Floor
London SW1Y 6BN , United Kingdom
44 020 7925 2505
March 3rd 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Other added 3 days ago

A roundtable discussion convened by Urbanomic in the context of John Gerrard: Farm and setting out from Gilles Châtelet's prescient dystopian tract To Live And Think Like Pigs. Following his denial of access by Google Inc., artist John Gerrard hired a helicopter and produced a detailed photographic survey of one the key physical sites of the internet - a Google data farm in Oklahoma. This su...   [more]


Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Chris Millard: Chris Millard: The Politics of Self-cutting and Overdosing: from Welfare State to Neoliberalism

South London Gallery    brixton
65 Peckham Road
London SE5 8UH, United Kingdom
020 7703 6120
March 6th 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Lecture added 3 days ago

THIS IS NOT A SYMPTOM is a three part seminar series reflecting on the biochemical production of subjectivity. The series seeks to build a critical framework that considers capitalism at a close range, with its integration into the body. As the title suggests, the project questions symptomology and its assimilation with the pharmaceutical industry's interest, in what the gender theorist and philosophe...   [more]


Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Shifting patterns: Pacific barkcloth clothing

The British Museum    holborn, covent garden
Great Russell Street
London WC1B 3DG, United Kingdom
February 5th - August 16th
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Discover a selection of textiles from the Pacific made from barkcloth. Used to wrap, drape and adorn the body in a myriad of styles and designs, these garments demonstrate the long history of barkcloth, and its ongoing relevance today. In the islands of the Pacific, cloth made from the inner bark of trees is a distinctive art tradition. Probably brought to the region at least 5,000 years ago by some of t...   [more]

Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Bonaparte and the British: prints and propaganda in the age of Napoleon

The British Museum    holborn, covent garden
Great Russell Street
London WC1B 3DG, United Kingdom
February 5th - August 16th
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This exhibition will focus on the printed propaganda that either reviled or glorified Napoleon Bonaparte, on both sides of the English Channel. It explores how his formidable career coincided with the peak of political satire as an art form. 2015 marks the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo – the final undoing of brilliant French general and emperor Napoleon Bonaparte (1769–1821...   [more]

Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Agnes Martin: Solo Exhibition

Tate Modern    london bridge, southbank
London SE1 9TG, United Kingdom
+44 020 7887 8888
March 3rd - October 11th
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This will be the first retrospective of the seminal American painter Agnes Martin since her death in 2004. Martin was renowned for her subtle, evocative canvases marked out in pencil grids and pale colour washes. Her apparently minimal approach belied a deep conviction in the emotive and expressive power of art. This major exhibition will cover the full breadth of Martin’s practice, reasserting her p...   [more]

Opening: March 3rd   10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd John Singleton Copley, Benjamin West, Winifred Knights, Stanley Spencer, Richard Hamilton, Rita Donagh, Dexter Dalwood, Jeremy Deller: Fighting History

Tate Britain    london bridge, southbank
London SW1P 4RG, United Kingdom
44 20 78878000
June 9th - September 13th
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This exhibition focuses on the conflict, martyrdom and catastrophe found in history painting from the eighteenth century to the present day. In England, history painting first emerged in the eighteenth century. Artists such as John Singleton Copley (1738–1815) and Benjamin West (1738–1820) presented recent British battles and deaths in the grandest possible manner and depicted scenes f...   [more]

Opening: June 9th   10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Freud the Physician

Freud Museum London    camden town
20 Maresfield Gardens
London NW3 5SX, United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 7435 2002
April 30th - June 7th
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Organised jointly by the Royal Society of Medicine and the Freud Museum London, this exhibition will explore and celebrate the pre-psychoanalytical career of Sigmund Freud. Long before Freud coined the term psychoanalysis in 1896 and developed a profound new body of psychological theory and technique, he had distinguished himself as a young scientific researcher and physician. Between 1876 and 189...   [more]

Opening: April 30th   12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Ed Atkins: Artist Talk – Ed Atkins

Contemporary Art Society    fitzrovia, bloomsbury
59 Central Street
London EC1V 3AF, United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 7017 8400
March 18th 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Artist talk added 4 days ago

A fantastic opportunity to hear about the work of Ed Atkins in the artist’s own words. It’s a particular privilege to have Atkins speak at the Contemporary Art Society at such a pivotal time in his artistic career and in the context of the recent acquisition of his 2013 film, The Trick Brain, purchased through the Contemporary Art Society Acquisition Scheme for The Scottish National Ga...   [more]

Artist talk

Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Deborah Coughlin, Gaggle: fig-2 9/50 Deborah Coughlin with Gaggle

fig-2    mayfair
The Mall
London SW1Y 5AH, United Kingdom
March 2nd - March 8th
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Deborah Coughlin with Gaggle bring music and speech performed by women. Claiming the fig-2 space to generate ideas and positions taken by women today, the week will cultivate performances and speeches delivered live. Coughlin has invited significant female figures for series of speeches, which are interspersed by live performances from Gaggle’s new track, ‘MAKE LOVE NOT WAR’. In ce...   [more]

Opening: March 2nd   6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Featured-e646e9fca793ac2085bf950fdae0ddcd Stéphane Thibierge: Life after Fukushima - north-east Japan

Freud Museum London    camden town
20 Maresfield Gardens
London NW3 5SX, United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 7435 2002
June 19th 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Screening added 6 days ago

Life after Fukushima - north-east Japan Screening followed by discussion between Stephane Thibierge, Lucia Corti and Dany Nobus 19 June 2015 7pm Join us for a screening of 'Life after Fukushima - north-east Japan' (French with English subtitles and voiceover, colour, 16/9, 54’, 2013) followed by a discussion between the filmmaker, Stéphane Thibierge, Lucia Corti and Dany Nobus Synopsis - a...   [more]


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