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&ldquo\;The Dance of Colour has at its centre a shifting narrrativ e that defies to be fixed - with one foot firmly planted in the portrait tr adition and the other always thrust forward\, testing\, questioning\, exper imenting. Green&rsquo\;s work cannot be confined by a category or as a clic hé\; but lived as a working philosophy.&rdquo\; - David A. B ailey \;MBE

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Flowers Gallery is pleased to present a new body of work by British artist Nicola Green. Fo llowing on from her well-known series In Seven Days\, which went b ehind the scenes of President Obama&rsquo\;s presidential campaign trail in 2008\, the present exhibition of mixed media portraits focuses on particip ants of the Rio Carnival in Brazil\, expanding Green&rsquo\;s ongoing explo ration of identity and race within contemporary culture.

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A series of silhouetted figures entitled Carnival B eat draws together various materials and processes of production\, com bining hand-painting onto photographic prints with backdrops formed from co mmonplace domestic textiles\, such as richly patterned wax cloth\, tableclo ths and vinyl\, alongside high-end decorative fabrics and \;wallpapers.

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David A. Bailey has described the wo rks in this series as &ldquo\;highly constructed fragmented artworks&rd quo\;\, referring to the measured collision of diverse imagery from wh ich new narrative threads can be seen to emerge.* Drawing together motifs f rom across geographical and historical boundaries\, they reflect the comple x and densely interwoven nature of cultural heritage.

The featur es of Green&rsquo\;s subjects are concealed by layers of flat painted colou r\, accentuating their choice of costumes and subtleties of gesture\, such as the arching of a back\, or hands nervously clasping accessories and ciga rettes. By masking the figures\, Green mirrors a sense of freedom witnessed during the carnival\, where everyday identities are subverted by imaginati ve temporary personas\, and the lines between masculine\, feminine\, racial \, social and sexual identity can become \;blurred.

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The title of the second series of works\, Bate Bola< /em> (which derives from the term &lsquo\;hit the ball&rsquo\; in Portugues e) refers to the traditional custom of gangs or groups of carnival prankste rs\, who mark the celebrations dressed as clownish characters ranging from harlequins and court jesters to contemporary cartoon or manga figures. Duri ng the carnival of 2015\, Green photographed members of many different Bate Bola gangs\, each signalling their association with vibrant feather boas\, pompoms\, masks and children&rsquo\;s dummies. The images\, which are furt her unified by vividly coloured backgrounds\, also represent a temporary in dividual experimentation with otherness\, reversing conventional roles of p ower\, criminality\, wealth and social \;standing.

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The works in the exhibition unite Green&rsquo\;s interest in the portrayal of status within the cultural diversity of Brazil with he r own family&rsquo\;s mixed race identity. Green says: &ldquo\;Like the cultural roots of Carnival\, my children have European\, South American an d African heritage. The experience of Rio Carnival is an extraordinarily jo yful\, deep and complex symbol of hope where normal power structures\, race and inequality are temporarily suspended and \;reimagined.&rdquo\;

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* David A. Bailey\, Uniting the Colours of Carnival in Rio\, 2016. Essay for the Online Catalogue The Danc e of \;Colour.

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DTEND:20160618 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160525 GEO:51.510137;-0.1410576 LOCATION:Flowers | Cork Street\,21 Cork Street \nLondon\, W1S 3LZ SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Dance of Colour\, Nicola Green UID:419800 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

&ldquo\;I want there to be a human presence without having to depict it in full&rdquo \; - Cecily Brown

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Showing for the fir st time at Thomas Dane Gallery\, Cecily Brown is\, and has been throughout her career\, one of the most engaged and distinctive painters of our time. To this day\, her preoccupation remains the Body &ndash\; in all its variou s guises and narratives: as subject matter\, as form\, as boundary\, but al so as quintessence\, as core structure\, and even as a total Corpus.

\n< p style="text-align: justify\;">Brown&rsquo\;s paintings are immersive. Her passion for her craft is contagious. She keeps reminding us how great it i s to look at art unhurriedly: the miraculous pleasure (and rare treat) of c ontemplation\, examination - not in a complacent\, or comforting way\, but as a tool for existential inquiry. A painting\, for her\, ought to reveal i tself slowly\, almost &lsquo\;continuously&rsquo\;.

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Brown often talks about &lsquo\;Sublimation&rsquo\;\, paraph rasing Francis Bacon who craved &ldquo\;the grin without the cat&rdquo\;\, the &ldquo\;sensation&rdquo\; without the &ldquo\;boredom of its conveyance &rdquo\;. Her painting indeed sometimes amounts to such a process&ndash\; e xpunging an often clear\, defined beginning. Something she calls a &lsquo\; Breaking-down&rsquo\; process. And through these layers of paint and meanin g\, it is possible to lose ourselves.

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With her passionately eclectic\, almost scholarly approach\, Brown brings to mind the best of Academic thinking\, as defined by Annibale Carracci in the late 16th \;Century. To assiduously learn from the histo ry of painting by studying its codes and genres and then breaking down its hierarchies\, can (still) transcend the act of painting\, and open new ways for it.

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Recently\, Brown has been (r e)looking at a particular painting\, and has fallen in love with it all ove r again: Degas&rsquo\; \;Young Spartans\, from 1860\, at London&rsquo\; s National Gallery. The very recognizable\, almost iconic cluster of bodies \, postures and composition of the original reoccur directly in some of the work in the exhibition. Less apparent\, perhaps\, is how it might have pro mpted her\, in her latest works\, to depict with ease crowds of women and\, subsequently\, crowds of men.

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Crowds are indeed omnipresent in the exhibition - in the luxuriant and enigmatic Madrepora\, 2015\, or \;In One Life to Live\, 2015\, which brings to mind the matter-of-factness and aplomb of Rembrandt&rsquo\; s troupes and gatherings. The ghoulish assembly of \;The Smugglers< /em>\, 2015\, could have sprung out of a James Ensor painting.

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A series of &lsquo\;Dark&rsquo\; paintings - &lsq uo\;Black&rsquo\; \;even - reminiscent of the Spanish Masters\, brings together Brown&rsquo\;s taste for the slightly macabre\, or forbidden\, wit h more risqué\; reclining male nudes. This is possibly her own irreve rent intrusion into the lexicon of Majas \;in the works of Velasquez an d Goya.

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Spanning both spaces of the g allery\, the exhibition will also include works from the past\, some of whi ch were kept by the artist. More than merely contextualising the present wo rks\, or showing the subtle alterations in her style and methods over the y ears\, they reveal her practice \;as a continuum\, where the mischievou s and the imposing are treated all the same\, and where memories and nostal gia are not at all involuntary.

DTEND:20160723 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160611 GEO:51.5073382;-0.1377801 LOCATION:Thomas Dane Gallery\,3 & 11 Duke Street First Floor\nLondon\, SW1Y 6BN SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Madrepora \, Cecily Brown UID:419619 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.5073382;-0.1377801 LOCATION:Thomas Dane Gallery\,3 & 11 Duke Street First Floor\nLondon\, SW1Y 6BN SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Madrepora \, Cecily Brown UID:419620 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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This summer\, Studio Voltaire will present a retrospective of the 1980&rsqu o\;s performance group the Neo Naturists. This will be the first historical survey of the Neo Naturists work in a public institution.

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The Neo Naturists were an important live art collective initiated in 1981 by Jennifer Binnie\, Christine Binnie and Wilm a Johnson. The group emerged as a part of London&rsquo\;s subculture that a rose from the squatting community in the aftermath of Punk and the emergenc e of the New Romantic club scene and the advent of Thatcherism. During this time a creative energy developed in the UK that sat outside established in stitutional practices of the time\, creating its own network of activities\ , events\, economies and personalities.

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The Neo Naturists were a part of an incredible cultural network of colla borators and peers that included significant figures such as BodyMap (Stevi e Stewart &\; David Holah)\, Leigh Bowery\, Michael Clark\, Peter Doig\, Boy George\, John Maybury\, Bruce Lacey\, Andrew Logan\, Grayson Perry\, D erek Jarman\, Princess Julia\, Peter Robinson (Marilyn)\, Test Department a nd Cerith Wyn Evans.

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Combining ideas of ancient rituals with contemporary life\, The Neo Naturists performed wea ring little more than body paint in nightclubs\, galleries\, festivals and at unannounced site-specific public performances. Their celebration of a pa rticular kind of anarchic innocence and deliberate primitivism provided a u nique artistic voice within a cultural landscape that was otherwise dominat ed by a male perspective. Accordingly\, their work engages with a range of complex issues surrounding gender\, representation and performance.

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The retrospective at Studio Voltaire will fo cus on elements taken from their archive from 1980&ndash\;1992 and will inc lude video footage of original performances\, photographic documentation\, costumes\, paintings and ephemera from their performances.

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This project will not follow the archetypal archive e xhibition format\, instead Studio Voltaire will stage a live archive exhibi tion. During the run up to the exhibition\, the three original members of t he group will work in-residency in the gallery\, body printing and painting directly onto the gallery walls. An integral aspect of the retrospective w ill be the re-staging of key performances. During the exhibition&rsquo\;s r un\, The Neo Naturists will takeover the theatre space at the ICA for a nig ht of immersive performance\, film and music.

DTEND:20160821 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160708 GEO:51.4619465;-0.1343895 LOCATION:Studio Voltaire\,1a Nelsons Row \nLondon\, SW4 7JR SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, The Neo Naturists UID:419617 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.4619465;-0.1343895 LOCATION:Studio Voltaire\,1a Nelsons Row \nLondon\, SW4 7JR SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, The Neo Naturists UID:419618 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

With its ro ots in RA heritage but its focus firmly fixed on the here and now\, the RA Schools Show is a highlight of the contemporary art calendar\, offering a c utting-edge counterpoint to the Summer Exhibition.

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This is the annual exhibition of works by final year students at the Royal Acad emy Schools. Each year the RA Schools accepts no more than 17 students\ , representing some of the exceptional emerging artists working today. This free exhibition is the culmination of their time here. In a rare opportuni ty for visitors\, we open up our historic studios &ndash\; normally hidden from public view &ndash\; to exhibit painting\, sculpture\, video\, install ation and live events.

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The RA Schools offers a free postgraduate programme in contemporary art. Former students include J. M. W. Turner\, William Blake and John Everett Millais\, all the way to Turner Prize nominee Lynette Yiadom-Boakye\, Eddie Peake\, Catherine Story and Matthew Darbyshire. Established in 1769 and still independent\, it is the longest-running art school in Britain and continues to fulfil its founding aim to support and train the next generation of artists.

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Saturday &ndash\; Thursday 10am &ndash\; 6pm Friday 10am & ndash\; 10pm

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We regret that there is no level access to the exhibition due to ongoing building works that will i mprove our site in time for our 250th anniversary. Access is via Keeper&rsq uo\;s House.

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RA Scho ols Studios

DTEND:20160703 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160623 GEO:51.5091816;-0.1396932 LOCATION:Royal Academy of Arts\,Burlington House Piccadilly\nLondon\, W1J0B D SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:RA Schools Show 2016 UID:419614 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

David Hockn ey returns to the RA with a remarkable new body of work. Embracing portrait ure with a renewed creative vigour\, he offers an intimate snapshot of the LA art world and the people who have crossed his path over the last two yea rs.

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After his monumental landscape ex hibition burst to life in our Main Galleries in 20 12\, Hockney turned away from painting and from his Yorkshire home\, re turning to Los Angeles. Slowly he began to return to the quiet contemplatio n of portraiture\, beginning with a depiction of his studio manager. Over t he months that followed\, he became absorbed by the genre and invited sitte rs from all areas of his life into his studio.

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His subjects &ndash\; all friends\, family and acquaintances &nda sh\; include office staff\, fellow artists\, curators and gallerists such a s John Baldessari and Larry Gagosian. Each work is the same size\, showing his sitter in the same chair\, against the same vivid blue background and a ll were painted in the same time frame of three days. Yet Hockney&rsquo\;s virtuoso paint handling allows their differing personalities to leap off th e canvas with warmth and immediacy.

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Saturday &ndas h\; Thursday 10am &ndash\; 6pm Friday 10am &ndash\; 10pm

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Please note\, Friends of the RA must show membershi p cards along with a valid ID (such as a driving license\, bank or credit c ard) at the gallery entrance. This is to ensure that Friends have the best experience possible. Membership is non transferable.

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The Sackler Wing\, Burlington House DTEND:20161002 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160702 GEO:51.5091816;-0.1396932 LOCATION:Royal Academy of Arts\,Burlington House Piccadilly\nLondon\, W1J0B D SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:82 Portraits and 1 Still-life\, David Hockney UID:419613 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Visionary a rchitect and educator Sir Peter Cook RA creates an installation in the Arch itecture Space that evokes a world of architectural possibilities through o ver 60 drawings submitted to the Summer Exhibition from the mid-1960s to th e present day.

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Floating Ideas presents the opportunity to discover Peter Cook RA&rsquo\;s archi tectural thinking through a series of drawings. The display includes fantas tical drawings created in the spirit of 1960s avant-garde architectural gro up Archigram\, drawings submitted to competitions\, and drawings of realise d buildings. Clear to the viewer is Cook&rsquo\;s insatiable curiosity and keen observation of life\, and his presentation of innovative architectural propositions that challenge convention and imagine new possibilities for b uildings and cities. Comprised of over 60 works that Cook has submitted to the annual Summer Exhibition\, the exhibition provides a snapshot into his early ideas\, shows his evolving practice and highlights the collabora tions which have energised the work.

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Cook has submitted works regularly to the Summer Exhibition since the 1960s \, seeing it as a valuable opportunity to put architectural ideas in front of a public. His first submission from 1964\, a collaboration with the late Theo Crosby RA for Taylor Woodrow Design Group\, detailed a proposal for a housing scheme in Fulham. Other early works on display include conceptual ideas such as Sponge Building and Arcadia\, and competiti on proposals for buildings designed with Christine Hawley.

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Since his election to the Royal Academy in 2003\, Coo k has submitted each year. These drawings\, models and photographs include buildings now realised\, such as projects with Gavin Robotham\, CRAB studio \, the law faculty for Vienna Business and Economics University\, and the S chool of Architecture at Bond University\, Australia.

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The exhibition mark&rsquo\;s Cook&rsquo\;s 80th birthday a nd demonstrates how his energetic output of ideas continues to inspire.

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Sunday &ndash\; Thursday 10am &ndash\; 6pm
Friday 10am &ndash\; 10pm
Saturday 10am &ndash\; 10pm

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The Architecture Space

DTEND:20161002 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160608 GEO:51.5091816;-0.1396932 LOCATION:Royal Academy of Arts\,Burlington House Piccadilly\nLondon\, W1J0B D SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Floating Ideas\, Peter Cook RA UID:419612 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

In the firs t ever retrospective of Bill Jacklin RA&rsquo\;s graphic work\, etchings fr om the 1960s are shown alongside newly created monotypes.

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For Bill Jacklin RA\, draughtsmanship is at the heart of his work: &ldquo\;It is the conduit through which I see the wo rld.&rdquo\; Through drawing and experimenting with different print techniq ues\, he captures the light and atmosphere of his subjects\, always looking \, he explains\, &ldquo\;for the magic&rdquo\;.

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This exhibition is the first ever retrospective of Jacklin&rsquo \;s graphic work. It includes his experiments with etchings in the 1960s th rough to monotypes newly created for this show. The subjects he depicts ran ge from intense studies of his dying father to joyous representations of hi s adopted home &ndash\; New York\, the city he moved to 30 years ago. His t hemes are people\, light and movement whether they are the bustling crowds of Grand Central Station or skaters in Central Park.

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Wednesday &ndash\; Friday\, 10am &ndash\; 4pm
Saturd ay and Sunday\, 10am &ndash\; 6pm
Closed Monday and Tuesday

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The John Madejski Fine Rooms< /p> DTEND:20160828 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160603 GEO:51.5091816;-0.1396932 LOCATION:Royal Academy of Arts\,Burlington House Piccadilly\nLondon\, W1J0B D SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Graphic Work 1961 – 2016\, Bill Jacklin RA UID:419607 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Inspired by Turner\, Ken Howard RA&rsquo\;s en plein air paintings of Switzerland reve al the landscape in a new light.

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For the fourth in the Academicians in Focus series\, we are proud to present a selection of small paintings by Ken Howard RA made during his extensive tra vels in Switzerland.

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Inspired by J.M. W. Turner&rsquo\;s numerous tours in 1841\, Ken Howard RA made five visits to Switzerland\, which totally changed his perception of the countr y. These expeditions resulted in one hundred plein-air oil paintin gs on board and canvas of monumental landscapes\, reflecting lakes and hist orical towns. This will be the first time that these paintings have been ex hibited.

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Born in 1932\, Howard has ex hibited widely within the UK and internationally and his work is held in nu merous public collections. He was elected a Royal Academician in 1991 and a warded an OBE in 2010. He continues to live and work in London.

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Browse all the works and buy online on our Art Sales site.

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If y ou are not a Friend\, Patron or Corporate Member of the RA\, simply ask sta ff at the Keeper&rsquo\;s House for access to see the Academicians in Focus exhibition before 4pm.

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Belle Shenkman Room\, The Keeper&rsquo\;s House\, Royal Academy

DTEND:20161023 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160428 GEO:51.5091816;-0.1396932 LOCATION:Royal Academy of Arts\,Burlington House Piccadilly\nLondon\, W1J0B D SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Ken Howard’s Switzerland: Academicians in Focus\, Ken Howard RA UID:419606 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Tess Jaray RA presents works on paper by selected Royal Academicians\, including Rebec ca Salter\, Anne Desmet and Peter Freeth alongside a number of invited arti sts.

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Celebrating the developments wit hin contemporary printmaking practice including etchings\, monoprints\, lit hographs\, woodblocks\, silkscreens and three-dimensional digital prints\, this collection explores the way in which traditional techniques have evolv ed and examines some of the new technologies which are offering artists eve r-changing methods of producing work.

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Browse all the works and buy online on our Art Sales site.< /p>\n

The Edge of Printing is the fourth in a series of exhibitions presenting limited editions and unique wo rks for sale\, online and onsite\, by Royal Academicians and other signific ant contemporary artists.

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If you are not a Friend\, Patron or Corporate Member of the RA\, simply ask staff at the Keeper&rsquo\;s House for access to see the Academicians in Focus exhib ition before 4pm.

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Th e Keeper's House\, Burlington House

DTEND:20161023 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160427 GEO:51.5091816;-0.1396932 LOCATION:Royal Academy of Arts\,Burlington House Piccadilly\nLondon\, W1J0B D SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Edge of Printing UID:419605 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

We present the results of an ideas competition which invited architects to come up wit h new and creative uses for London&rsquo\;s brownfield sites.

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2015 saw London finally surpass its pre-war popula tion peak. The metropolitan area of Greater London is now home to 8.6 milli on people\, with little sign of the growth slowing down over the next few d ecades. As a result thoughts are turning to the suburbs or the Green Belt t o help cope with London&rsquo\;s population increase. But even after the ur ban renaissance of the last thirty years\, which revitalised the city centr e &ndash\; in part by redeveloping vast swathes of former industrial land & ndash\; many brownfield sites still lie empty\, unused and awaiting develop ment.

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This provides the basis for Urban Jigsaw &ndash\; an ideas competition we launched in July 2015 w hich invited architects to develop speculative proposals for brownfield sit es across London. We asked for ideas that were creative\, imaginative\, res earch-driven\, and\, ultimately\, capable of realising the potential of the se missing pieces of London&rsquo\;s urban jigsaw.

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In October 2015 we selected four teams to move forward. In No vember 2015 and March 2016 they will present their ideas to an expert panel at public &ldquo\;crits&rdquo\; before unveiling their work-up projects in April 2016 in a month-long exhibition.

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27 April &mdash\; 29 May

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Saturday &ndash\; Thursday 10am &ndash\; 6pm
Friday 10am &ndas h\; 10pm

DTEND:20160529 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160427 GEO:51.5091816;-0.1396932 LOCATION:Royal Academy of Arts\,Burlington House Piccadilly\nLondon\, W1J0B D SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Urban Jigsaw UID:419604 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Richard Wil son\, leading British sculptor and Royal Academician\, is set to make his m ark on a 248-year-old institution\, the Summer Exhibition.

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In the words of co-ordinator Richard Wilson RA\, this yea r&rsquo\;s edition of the Summer Exhibition is set to be &ldquo\;unpredicta ble\, stimulating and startling.&rdquo\;

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Famous as the world&rsquo\;s largest open submission show\, there are c ertain things the Summer Exhibition delivers on every single year: a panora ma of art in all mediums\, a remarkable mixture of emerging artists and hou sehold names\, and more to see and explore than any other exhibition you&rs quo\;re likely to visit this year.

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Ke ep a particular look out for work by some of the art world&rsquo\;s most su ccessful artistic duos &ndash\; specially invited by Richard Wilson RA &nda sh\; \;whose work will be dispersed throughout. Highlights include a la rge-scale suspended kite sculpture by Heather and Ivan Morison\, sculpture by brothers Jake and Dinos Chapman\, and an atmospheric photographic instal lation from Jane and Louise Wilson.

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A s in previous years\, most works will be for sale\, giving you the opportun ity to own original artworks by leading artists of today and tomorrow. And\ , crucially\, proceeds allow us to continue providing\, free\, world-class postgraduate tuition in the RA Schools.

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Sunday &ndash\; Thursday 10am &ndash\; 6pm
Friday 10am &ndash\; 10pm
Saturday 10am &ndash\; 10pm

DTEND:20160613 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160613 GEO:51.5091816;-0.1396932 LOCATION:Royal Academy of Arts\,Burlington House Piccadilly\nLondon\, W1J0B D SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Summer Exhibition 2016 UID:419603 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20160716 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160611 GEO:51.5248705;-0.0740994 LOCATION:Kate MacGarry\,27 Old Nichol Street \nLondon\, E2 7HR SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A Million Times\, Humans Since 1982\, Peter Liversidge\, Goshka Mac uga\, Haroon Mirza UID:419597 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.5248705;-0.0740994 LOCATION:Kate MacGarry\,27 Old Nichol Street \nLondon\, E2 7HR SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A Million Times\, Humans Since 1982\, Peter Liversidge\, Goshka Mac uga\, Haroon Mirza UID:419598 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20160724 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160604 GEO:51.525135;-0.0558072 LOCATION:Herald St\,2 Herald Street \nLondon\, E2 6JT SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Nick Relph UID:419595 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.525135;-0.0558072 LOCATION:Herald St\,2 Herald Street \nLondon\, E2 6JT SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Nick Relph UID:419596 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Ibid Gallery is pleased to pre sent focus (3-6)\, a show of fortnightly rotating works by modern and contemporary artists in intimate dialogue.

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The works shown from Ibid Gallery&rsquo\;s collection will be cho sen for their visual or conceptual ties with the historical work they are p resented alongside. With this platform\, the influence that the selected 20 th century masters have had on recently established artists is acknowledged and a new dialogue is created between works decades apart by tracing the l ineage of ideas. Furthermore\, in placing these pieces in proximity to each other but simultaneously giving the viewer space to focus on each work ind ividually\, a deeper\, imaginative experience is made possible and associat ions can be questioned.

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Every two wee ks there will be a new two-person show with themes of its own and in all in stances of two artists who have never before been shown together on such a level. Ibid Gallery invites the viewer to revisit the space throughout the duration of the show and will be announcing the schedule on the website and Instagram.

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The third cycle will pres ent \;Pietro Paolini&rsquo\;s \;Lute Player (< /em>circa 1630) and \;Christopher Orr&rsquo\;s \;A Chorus Among Ruins (2016).

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For more informat ion or images please contact chelsea@ibidgallery.com

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Essay

DTEND:20160604 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160525 GEO:51.5166321;-0.1417916 LOCATION:Ibid.\,27 Margaret Street \nLondon\, W1W 8RY SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:focus (3-6): Paolini and Orr\, Pietro Paolini\, Christopher Orr UID:419594 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20160826 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160609 GEO:51.5119573;-0.1478663 LOCATION:Gimpel Fils Gallery\,30 Davies Street \nLondon\, W1K 4NB SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Bernard Meadows UID:419590 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.5119573;-0.1478663 LOCATION:Gimpel Fils Gallery\,30 Davies Street \nLondon\, W1K 4NB SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Bernard Meadows UID:419591 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20160828 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:20160707 GEO:51.5330714;-0.0395103 LOCATION:Chisenhale Gallery\,64 Chisenhale Road \nLondon\, E3 5QZ SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Yuri Pattison UID:419588 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:203000 DTSTAMP:20160529T164921 DTSTART:183000 GEO:51.5330714;-0.0395103 LOCATION:Chisenhale Gallery\,64 Chisenhale Road \nLondon\, E3 5QZ SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Yuri Pattison UID:419589 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR