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Escobar&rsquo\;s gold-p lated hippo skull to showcase at the Museum of Curiosity

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The Museum of Curiosity \;will return to London&rsquo\;s Soho for three weeks when it o pens to the public on \;Friday November 7th 2014.
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In the style of a traditional Wunderkammer\, \;Cu riosities from The Hanbury Collection \;features a collection of curiosities curated by The Connor Brothers.
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Among the exhibits on display are a gold plated hippo skull purported to have been ow ned by notorious cocaine trafficker Pablo Escobar\, the jaw of a 70-foot lo ng prehistoric shark\, and the world's most intelligent computer. \;As well as objects from natural history\, technology\, art and \;archeolog y\, there are some exhibits so unusual that \;they defy categorisation.
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This show is an immersive experience\, which confuses&nb sp\;reality with \;fiction\, and leaves \;the viewer unsure which u nbelievable things are true\, and which believable things are imaginary.&nb sp\;Among The Hanbury Collection&rsquo\;s extraordinary range of items is o ne of the only computers said to be capable of passing the \;Tu ring Test.
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B.R.I.A.N \;is a computer programme able to read micro expressions\, fleeting universal and involuntary facial expressions that betray our subconscious emotions. &nbs p\;Originally developed by the CIA as an interrogation tool\, later abandon ed and reprogrammed as the world's most accurate psychometric programme\, T he Hanbury Collection owns the only version in private hands.
 \;< br />There are limited places for a small number of people to experience an interaction with B.R.I.A.N\, and to be given their own personality profile . \;Booking - which can be done by clicking \;here \;is essential for this exhibit.&nb sp\;
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B.R.I.A.N is available for appointments from \;1 2:00 to 16:00 pm beginning Friday the 7th November \;and then again eve ry Thursday\, \;Fridayand \;Saturday from 12:00 to 16:00 pm \;u ntil \;Saturday the 29th November 2014. Each interactive appointment la sts up to fifteen minutes and pre booking is essential. It is not possible to participate without a pre booked appointment.
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Entry to Curiosities from The Hanbury Collection is free.
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Curiosi ties from the Hanbury Collection will open at 15 Bateman Street\, London\, W1D 3AQ on \;7th November \;and run to the \;29th November.&nbs p\; Entry is free every day from 11.00 hrs to 18.00 hrs. Closed Sun days.
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For press enquiries please contact \;< strong>Tim Toulmin
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For gal lery and catalogue enquiries please click \;here

DTEND:20141129 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:20141107 GEO:51.5139541;-0.1322693 LOCATION:Pertwee Anderson & Gold\,15 Bateman St. \nLondon\, W1D 3AQ SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Curiosities from The Hanbury Collection UID:362895 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Coinciding with Beatrice Gibso n's current exhibition\, \;F for Fibonacci\, \;Op. 50 and Laura Bartlett Gallery will stage an evening of cutting edge music and biti ng market commentary. The evening takes as its departure point William Gadd is' epic modernist novel JR (1975). \; An eerily prescient social satir e\, JR tells the story of a precocious 11 year-old capitalist who\, with th e unwitting help of his school's resident composer\, inadvertently creates the single greatest financial empire the decade has seen.  \;

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Developing a particular episode from the novel \, in which the character of the Composer meets with the character of the B anker to discuss music\, finance and their interrelation\, Gibson has invit ed controversial financial pundit Max Keiser and renowned cellist and exper imental music pioneer  \;Anton Lukoszevieze to talk and perform respect ively\, on the theme of abstraction in their chosen fields. \;

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Both Keiser and Lukoszevieze feature as voice over's in Gibson film \;F For Fibonacci\, currently showing a t the Gallery. Also orientating around an episode in Gaddis' novel\, F For Fiboanacci sees a televised music lesson scrambled with a maths class on de rivatives\, from inside the mind of its child protagonist. Musings on aleat ory music become muddled with virtual stock pickings and a theory of 'marke t noise'. \;

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Extending the film's characters beyond the confines of the screen\, the event is the second ins tallment of an episodic and ongoing production orientated around Gaddis' no vel\, that looks at abstraction in music and finance\, exploring the idea o f value by playing on its varying meanings: social financial and aesthetic.

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There will be screenings of \;F for Fibonacci \;at the gallery at \;6.00 pm \;and  \;6.30 pm on Thursday 6th November.

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Max Keiser is an American broa dcaster and film-maker. He hosts Keiser Report\, a financial program broadc ast on RT (Russia Today). He presents a weekly show about finance and marke ts on London's Resonance FM\, and writes for The Huffington Post. Keiser in vented "Virtual Specialist Technology\," a software system used by the Holl ywood Stock Exchange. Prior to inventing this technology\, he worked on Wal l Street where he began working after graduating from NYU. Keiser is curren tly CEO/ co-founder of the UK based crowdfunding platform "StartJOIN" and o f the crypto currency "StartCOIN". \;

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Anton Lukoszevieze is a musician and an artist. As a cellist he has co mmissioned over 50 new works and performed concerti with the BBC Scottish S ymphony Orchestra\, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and the Netherlan ds Radio Symphony Orchestra. He has also devised programmes and given broad casts for BBC Radio 3\, Danish Radio\, SR2\, Sweden\, Deutschland Rundfunk\ , WDR\, Germany and ORT\, Austria. He has had close working relationships w ith many contemporary composers\, notably Christian Wolff\, David Behrman\, Amnon Wolman\, Helmut Oehring\, Christopher Fox\, Richard Ayres\, Phill Ni block\, Karlheinz Essl and Laurence Crane. He has worked with a vast array of performers and conductors such as Thomas Adé\;s\, Peter Eö\;tv ö\;s\, Sakari Oramo\, Diego Masson\, Ilan Volkov\, Pierre Strauch\, Lin da Hirst\, John Tilbury\, Carsten Nicolai\, Zbigniew Karkowski\, Keiji Hein o\, William Bennett (Whitehouse)\, Sasha Waltz Dance Company and as a dance r with the Vincent Dance Company. \; He is also the founder and directo r of the ensemble Apartment House\, one of Europe's leading ensembles for t he performance of contemporary and experimental music. He has performed wit h many new music ensembles\, including Exaudi\, Zeitkratzer\, Musikfabrik\, Kammer Ensemble Neue Musik\, Berlin\, Ensemble Aventure\, Ensemble SurPlus \, Music Projects-London\, Almeida Opera and the Composers' Ensemble.

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Beatrice Gibson lives and works in London. Recent solo exhibitions incl ude\, A Tale of Two Cities\, The Highline\, Channel 14\, New York\, (2014)\ , Beatrice Gibson\, Wilfried Lenz\, (2014) CAC Bretigny (2013)\, Index\, Th e Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation\, Stockholm\; The Showroom\, London ( 2012)\; Kunstlerhaus Stuttgart (2010)\, The Serpentine Gallery (Sackler Cen ter) (2010). Gibson's films have screened at numerous experimental film ven ues and film festivals nationally and internationally including Light Indus try\, NY\, Anthology Film Archives NY\; LA Film Forum\; Rotterdam Internati onal Film Festival\; Experimenta\, London Film Festival\; and Oberhausen Sh ort Film Festival. Gibson's work was recently included in Assembly\, A Rece nt Survey of Artist's Film and Video in Britain\, 2008-2013\, Tate Britain\ , 2014. She has twice won the Rotterdam International Film Festival Tiger A ward for short film\, was nominated for the 2013 Jarman Award and shortlist ed for the 2013-15 Max Mara Art Prize for Women. Gibson is currently one of four shortlisted artists for the newly inaugurated 2014 Milton Keynes City Prize for the Visual Arts. Forthcoming solo exhibitions include Collective Gallery (2015) Edinburgh\, and Grazer Kunstverein (2016). \;

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Op. 50 is a new London based not-for-profit ar ts organisation dedicated to audio art. It commissions and produces collabo rations between visual artists\, composers and musicians. Projects culminat e in a public outcome\, such as performance and/or installation\, or publis hed materials across appropriate media. \;

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A unique evening bri nging together the opaque worlds of high finance and modern composition.

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Admission free. Booking is essential. Please "rsvp" by sending an ema il to: \;rsvp@laurabartlettgallery.com

DTEND:210000 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:190000 GEO:51.5248993;-0.0555948 LOCATION:Laura Bartlett Gallery\,4 Herald Street \nLondon\, E2 6JT SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Talk and Musical Performance with Max Keiser and Anton Lukoszevieze UID:362894 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This October Annely Juda Fine Art will be exhibiting works by Naum Gabo\, which focus on his series of st one sculptures and drawings.

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Gabo con ceived his first stone sculpture in 1933. In Gabo&rsquo\;s first experiment with stone\, he encircled it with white plastic and a halo of black plasti c\, which gave the heavy mass of stone a dynamic appearance. He called it C onstruction: Stone with a Collar. It was not in the form of fossils or seed s or any other natural object that Gabo discovered his forms\, his inspirat ion came from his experiences of abstract events in nature.

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Gabo made stone sculptures over some thirty-seven ye ars and 13 of these will be shown in this exhibition\, alongside drawings a nd monoprints by Gabo directly related to his stone sculptures.

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Gabo did not simply copy nature\, but was inspir ed by more abstract events in the natural world\, which he interpreted in h is forms. He explained how he saw beauty in things that are not typically a ppreciated: &ldquo\;in the bends of waves on the sea between the openwork o f foaming crests.&rdquo\; Gabo was pleasantly surprised at how well he adap ted to this new medium.

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&ldquo\;The m ere touch of the engraving tool on wood evoked in me the feeling that I was doing carving and was unexpectedly in my own element&rdquo\;

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The exhibition includes thirteen sculptures and fo urteen drawings\, which will be exhibited on the 3rd floor. \;

DTEND:20141217 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:20141030 GEO:51.514238;-0.1457835 LOCATION:Annely Juda Fine Art\,23 Dering Street \nLondon\, W1s 1AW SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Gabo’s Stones\, Naum Gabo UID:362890 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

On our 4th floor we will be ex hibiting Alan Green.

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Ala n Green (1932 - 2003) wanted to create "ordinary paintings as ordinary as t he real world". This came from his belief that\, in the second half of the twentieth century\, artists carried too much bag- gage to be able to experi ence "things". \;

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Gr een was one of the great British abstract artists whose formative years wer e spent in London in the 1960s. He was trained as an illustrator and graphi c designer which freed him from the theo- \;retical constraints of art history. In the mid 1960s he made field paintings (which were remarkably&nb sp\;advanced for their time) - in which his colour and its application dict ated the form. His paintings are deliberately non emotional and controlled.  \;

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This exhibition is the 13th solo exhibition at Annely Juda Fine Art. It includes paintings and drawings from 1972 to 2003. The paintings\, some over three meters in l ength\, explore concealment and trans- parency. Their texture and method of application (variously using multiple layers of his own paint mixed from r aw pigment and applied with the use of stencils\, combs and brushes) encour age the \;viewer to analyse tone\, plane and colour but also to see the whole work as engaging and physical. It is\, as Green himself said\, as if the "painting can become like a symbol of a painting".

DTEND:20141217 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:20141031 GEO:51.514238;-0.1457835 LOCATION:Annely Juda Fine Art\,23 Dering Street \nLondon\, W1s 1AW SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Selected Works from 1972 to 2003\, Alan Green UID:362889 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

'Liberté\;\, Egalité\;\, Fraternité\;\ , Supermarché\;!' -- Kidlat Tahimik

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Perfumed Nightmare (1977\, 93 min.) is an autobiographical tale follo wing the life of Kidlat\, a young Filipino jeepney* driver enamoured with t he idea of Western culture\, and all it has to offer. He is the president o f his rural village&rsquo\;s Werner von Braun fan club\, which he establish ed after first hearing about the aerospace engineer while listening one day to his favourite radio station 'Voice of America'.

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While still in the Philippines Kidlat meets Big Boss\, an American capitalist\, who sugges ts he accompany him back to Paris\, where he runs a chewing gum dispensing machine business. Excited by the prospect of experiencing a world he only k nows through broadcast media\, Kidlat embarks on a transformative journey t hat takes him through France and Germany\, eventually settling in New York. Along the way\, his once aspirational attitude towards the West wanes\, le ading him to better appreciate the value his Philippine roots.

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* Re purposed World War II U.S. military jeeps commonly used for public transpor t in the Philippines

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This event is part of Some Are Smar ter Than Others

DTEND:210000 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:190000 GEO:51.4851229;-0.1156249 LOCATION:Gasworks\,155 Vauxhall Street \nLondon\, SE11 5RH SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Screening: 'Perfumed Nightmare' \, Kidlat Tahimik UID:362823 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

These lucky finds &ndash\; things and persons apparently passing before a kind of camera trap that fr eezes them in their natural habitat &ndash\; only seem to grow in significa nce when set against the implacability of the wall face\, a surface whose m aterial history and psychic weather Fletcher knows intimately. From one to another\, the tiny images unfold into a weirdly free-form seriality\, and t he concentrated mindfulness required to identify not just the state of the objects but also the literal and figurative condition of the wall starts to feel like an act of devotion.

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Alison Jacques Gallery is proud to prese nt our third solo exhibition of new work by Saul Fletcher. \;

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Fletcher began his practice by taking photogra phs of sculptural assemblages on his London studio wall. Layered thick with peeling paint the history of the wall became part of the installations\, c reated by the artist in situ. In this series Fletcher extends this practice to his studio in Berlin. Set against a comparatively stark background\, sm all drips\, smudges and splatters are still apparent on the wall's surface\ , situating the arrangements in space with only slight suggestions of what lies beyond. \;  \;

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The photographs in this exhibition rev olve around the idea of fatherhood and family\, some more abstractly than o thers. Although they could not be more deliberate the installations communi cate the distinct feeling of having already been altered by time. This is d ue both to the found objects Fletcher often employs as well as the delicate way he assembles them. Detailed\, intimate and in a seemingly transient st ate Fletcher's subjects are often ambiguous\, and the small scale of his ph otographs entice one to look more carefully and consider the image further. It is impossible not to think of memory\, always changing depending on our perspective. Yet whilst the subject matter appears ephemeral\, the materia lity of the photograph reinforces its permanence\, cementing in time what w ould otherwise be fleeting.

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Saul Fletcher (b.1967\, Barton\, UK). Important shows include \;The Imminence of Poetics\, 30th  \;Sao Paulo Biennale (2012)\; \;Portrait of the Artist As&hellip\;< /em>\,The Courtauld Institute of Art\, London (2012)\; \;Focal Poin ts: Art and Photography\, Manchester Art Gallery\, Manchester (2012)\; Spirit Level\, curated by Ugo Rondinone at Gladstone Gallery\, NY (2012)\; \;Painters Panting\, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center\ , GA (2012)\; CCS Bard Hessel Museum\, NY (2011)\; \;Saints and Sin ners\, Rose Art Museum\, Brandeis University\, MA (2009)\; \;D isappearances\, Shadows and Illusions\, Miami Art Museum\, FL (2008)\;  \;Rings of Saturn\, Tate Modern\, London (2008)\; \;T raum und Traum\, MUMOK\, Vienna (2007) and the 4th Berlin Biennial (20 06). His work is in numerous museum collections including The Arts Council Collection\, London\; Dallas Museum of Art\, Dallas\; DESTE Foundation\, At hens\; Guggenheim\, New York and Walker Art Center\, Minneapolis.

DTEND:20141220 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:20141121 GEO:51.5175225;-0.1366877 LOCATION:Alison Jacques Gallery\,16-18 Berners Street \nLondon\, W1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:SAUL FLETCHER\, Saul Fletcher UID:362813 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.5175225;-0.1366877 LOCATION:Alison Jacques Gallery\,16-18 Berners Street \nLondon\, W1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:SAUL FLETCHER\, Saul Fletcher UID:362814 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Timothy Taylor Gallery is pro ud to announce a new exhibition by Richard Patterson &ndash\; the first in the UK to focus on the artist&rsquo\;s expanded practice\, including painti ng\, drawing\, photography\, sculpture and film.

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Patterson is from the &lsquo\ ;YBA&rsquo\; (Young British Art) generation of the late 1980s and 1990s tha t helped define the London contemporary art scene. As one of the few painte rs to emerge from the YBAs\, Patterson's technical brilliance &ndash\; whic h he incorporates in hyper-real paintings that conflate European art histor y with popular culture &ndash\; distinguishes him from his peers.

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This exhibit ion presents new paintings that continue Patterson&rsquo\;s philosophical q uestioning of the connection between meaning\, image and making\, and are p ainstakingly constructed from a diverse range of painterly techniques and e clectic subject matter. Patterson employs a battery of techniques\, genres and media: self-portraits\, ready-mades\, photography\, painterly streaks a nd smudges\, and virtuoso photorealist painting\, which often converge at o nce in a single work. Alongside these &lsquo\;cut-up&rsquo\; paintings\, Pa tterson presents a new series of small abstract paintings that are unusual for their lack of figuration\, but bear the hand of the artist through thei r palette.

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Six Short Stories (2013) extends Patterson&rsquo\;s practice of &ls quo\;cut-up&rsquo\; through the medium of video. The first video work by th e artist to be shown in the UK\, Six Short Stories takes the form of six vi gnettes compiled from found footage that includes: scenes from Black Narcis sus and My Fair Lady\, promotional videos for a luxury property development \, an interview with Milan Kundera\, a clip from Ken Russell's 1969 adaptat ion of Women in Love\, and early 1960s amateur footage of a motorcycle scra mble at Hawkstone Park\, England. Mirroring the artist&rsquo\;s approach to painting\, where multiple image sources and painterly techniques are combi ned\, the video presents a riotous medley of content and irony.

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Fair Park Cons tructivist Pavilion Extension: Monument to the Celebration of Capitalist Am bivalence to the Destruction of Meaning in Art Embodied as Oversized Sculpt ure-Statues (Qatar/Dallas Export Version) (1999&ndash\;2014) &ndash\; a Ren zo Piano inspired architectural scale model &ndash\; houses six paint-daube d figures in each of its modernist rooms. These obscured toy soldiers &ndas h\; the subject of Patterson&rsquo\;s paintings work from the early 2000s & ndash\; act as proxies for characters in the contemporary art world: the cr itic\, the hedge fund collector\, the dealer\, the audience\, the artist\, and are presented as miniature sculptures in Patterson&rsquo\;s personal mu seum.

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The same toy soldiers form the basis of a series of new photographs\, th e first of Patterson's career. Depicted as grand cyphers\, wavering between the monumental and the absurd\, they simulate the same exaggerated-corpore al scale of his paintings from early 2000s\, with every swirl of paint and particle of dust rendered in magnified detail.

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Born in the UK in 1963\, Patter son graduated from Goldsmiths College in 1986. He was included in Damien Hi rst&rsquo\;s renowned Freeze\, Surrey Docks\, London (1988)\, as well as Se nsation: Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection\, Royal Academy of Arts\, London (1997). Patterson has had solo exhibitions at Anthony d&rs quo\;Offay Gallery\, London\; James Cohan Gallery\, New York\; the Dallas M useum of Art\, Texas\; and most recently at the FLAG Art Foundation\, New Y ork. Richard Patterson currently lives and works in Dallas\, Texas.

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The artist will be in London for the exhibition opening and is available for intervie ws. \;

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DTEND:20141220 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:20141115 GEO:51.5104943;-0.1500068 LOCATION:Timothy Taylor Gallery\,15 Carlos Place \nLondon\, W1K 2EX SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Richard Patterson\, Richard Patterson UID:362727 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.5104943;-0.1500068 LOCATION:Timothy Taylor Gallery\,15 Carlos Place \nLondon\, W1K 2EX SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Richard Patterson\, Richard Patterson UID:362728 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Born in London 1931\, Riley sp ent the war years in Cornwall discovering nature\; later\, whilst being edu cated at Cheltenham Ladies College\, she chose art as her only subject asid e from the obligatory courses. \;

She studied at Goldsmith's and the Royal College in the 50's yet did not find her form and the style for which she is now famous until 1960. Her monochrome 'Op' paintings inspi red a decade of popular graphic\, however she struggled to find a developme nt of her style. Nevertheless by the end of the 60's she escaped into colou r\, and won the International Prize for Painting Venice. (The first English contemporary painter and fist woman to achieve this distinction.)

Throughout the 70's\, 80's and 90's Riley has exhibited world-wide\, had numerous retrospective exhibitions\, including the Tate 2003\, and her wor k is found in many important international collections.

Marlboro ugh Graphics has been selling her prints form over five years and always ha s a good stock of contemporary publications and some earlier work.

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The opening will coincide with \;Unso lved Cases\, \;the inaugural exhibition of new works by Belgian ar tist Robert Devriendt.

DTEND:20141128 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:20141028 GEO:51.5084606;-0.141152 LOCATION:Marlborough Fine Art\,6 Albemarle Street \nLondon\, W1S 4BY SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Prints\, Bridget Riley UID:362677 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

One of the most influential ga llerists and publishers in post-war German art\, René\; Block support ed numerous artists associated with Fluxus\, Happenings and Capitalist Real ism\, such as Joseph Beuys\, Sigmar Polke and Gerhard Richter as well as KP Brehmer. Through his galleries and Edition René\; Block he fostered a view of art as an agent of social and political change. \;

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Block\, along with Petra Lange-Berndt (Lecturer \, History of Art\, UCL) and the exhibition's curator Doreen Mende\, will d iscuss the political relevance of KP Brehmer&rsquo\;s work and that of the Capitalist Realist generation. The talk will be illustrated by a number of archival images and will be moderated by Raven Row&rsquo\;s director\, Alex Sainsbury. \;

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This event is free but booking is essential. Cl ick \;here \;to reserve your ticket.

DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:183000 GEO:51.5182054;-0.0767459 LOCATION:Raven Row\,56 Artillery Lane \nLondon\, E1 7LS SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:René Block in conversation with Petra Lange-Berndt\, Doreen Mende a nd Alex Sainsbury UID:362676 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Lazarides Editions \; will be opening our print studio to the public for the very first time\, sh owcasing a variety of printing processes alongside a selection of notable p rinted works created over the past decade.

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Now Gallery \;presents a unique architectural display from Rav ensbourne Art College\, site-specific installation by Pearson Lloyd\, NOW C inema curated by Gareth Evans and the return of \;Doug Foster'swid ely acclaimed \;Breather.

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The open event will take place from \;6pm until 9pm on Friday 31st October \;in collaboration with& nbsp\;Now Later \;and \;South London Art Map.

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Either wander the peninsula at your own leisure or join a dedicate d SLAM tour\, commencing from Now Gallery at \;6.30pm \;&ndash\; fi nal places are still \;available to book online \;now.

DTEND:210000 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.4988945;0.0005874 LOCATION:Lazarides Editions Studio\,Units 1-4 271-287 Tunnel Avenue\nLondon \, SE10 0QE SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Lazarides Editions Open Studio | Peninsula After Dark UID:362675 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Lazarides Rathbone is pleased to present \;Land Without Footprints\, an arresting body of ab stract work from Polish artist \;Robert Proch. The upcoming solo sho wcase is in continuation of Proch's 2012 breakthrough \;Be tween Dimensions \;and coincides with the artist's co-curated group exhibition \;Jednakowo / Ró\;żni  \;at The Outsiders Newcastle.

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Co mbining classic caricature\, animation and impressionist influences\, Land Without Footprints is a direct response to our evolving modern society and the nature in which we interact within it. Fascinated by human relations wi thin advanced technologic environments\, Proch deconstructs landscapes wher e figures appear lost amongst countless square fields. The alluring narrati ves merge vivid colours with tangible emotions to create a powerful dialogu e between concrete cityscapes and virtual realities.

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Land Without Footprints presents a futuristic realm where p erspective is distorted and humans connect solely in a web-orientated unive rse. Extending Proch's meticulous painting technique developed over the pas t five years\, the latest showcase comprises 15 acrylic paintings across a range of sizes\, some reaching almost as large as two metres squared.

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DTEND:20141220 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:20141121 GEO:51.5169912;-0.1332548 LOCATION:Lazarides Rathbone Place\,11 Rathbone Place \nLondon \, W1T 1HR SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Land Without Footprints\, Robert Proch UID:362674 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Lazarides Rathbone is pleased to announce a major new body of provocative work from Australian artist&nbs p\;Anthony Lister.& nbsp\;Hurt People &ndash\; Hurt People \;presents a series of multi-faceted portraits saturated in celebrity and media obsessed disaster\ , continuing the artist's distinguished superhero series featured in 2013's  \;Unslung Heroes.

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The recent body of work extends the artist's explorati on into the innate sense of chaos and false sense of security existing in m odern society\, distracting us from the current continuum of corruption and tragedy. The Brisbane-born painter illustrates themes existing between hig h and low brow culture whilst questioning a society immersed in obtrusive m edia and poisonous lifestyles.

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Coinin g the term "adventure painting" Lister's large-scale canvases are hedonisti c yet demure\, constantly evolving stylistically while extending an impress ionist approach to contemporary portraiture. Dark undertones often cloud th e artist's seductive figures\, constructed from a harmony of unapologetic b rush strokes and bold colour palette. Loaded with authentic energy Lister a nimates his ominous characters within each composition\, merging the techni cal execution of old masters with the free-hand spontaneity associated with his street art peers.

DTEND:20141220 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:20141128 GEO:51.5169912;-0.1332548 LOCATION:Lazarides Rathbone Place\,11 Rathbone Place \nLondon \, W1T 1HR SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Hurt People - Hurt People\, Anthony Lister UID:362673 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Mari Kim | Synchronicity \;

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31 Oct - 22 Nov 2014  \;

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Mari Kim&rsquo\;s wide-eyed\, pretty porcel aneous\, characters\, also known as &lsquo\;Eyedolls&rsquo\;\, \; pay s ervice to Japanese manga and anime culture.  \; Often direct representa tions of well known political and historical figures\, super heroes\, or fa iry tale characters they are instantly recognisable icons\, popularised by western media. \;

DTEND:20141122 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:20141031 GEO:51.5080999;-0.1410338 LOCATION:Albemarle Gallery\,49 Albemarle Street \nLondon\, W1S 4JR SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Mari Kim | Synchronicity\, Mari Kim UID:362536 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Lee Jaehyo

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31 Oct - 13 Dec 2014

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The joy of the art of Lee Jaehyo is the unassuming manner in which he s hares his profound and wide philosophical understanding of life in novel an d at times prosaic forms\, employing in the process\, a rich array of mater ials to realise objects of great beauty.

DTEND:20141122 DTSTAMP:20141031T163638 DTSTART:20141031 GEO:51.5080999;-0.1410338 LOCATION:Albemarle Gallery\,49 Albemarle Street \nLondon\, W1S 4JR SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Lee Jaehyo | 2014\, Lee Jaehyo UID:362529 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Lazarides is proud to present Jonatha n Yeo's The Print Retrospective\, the inaugural exhibi tion at Lazarides Editions on London's South Bank. Following Yeo's critically a cclaimed 2013 exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery\, The Print Retro spective comprises a major body of printed material mapping the artist's pi oneering journey in printmaking over the past decade.

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The upcoming showcase highlights key periods of the Britis h portraitist's career\, including a selection of unseen limited editions a s well as new pieces made specifically to commemorate the launch of Lazarid es Editions. Lazarides and Jonathan Yeo commenced collaborating in 2007 wit h Yeo's first exhibition to feature his hugely popular pornographic collage series. Bush\, the unauthorised portrait of the then US president George W \, was conceived and launched as a 22 colour screen print\, igniting the ar tist's interest in printed editions. The screen print\, initially made for preservation purposes\, embraced the integrity of the original collage and prompted an experimental phase with printmaking\, encompassing etching\, la yering\, stenciling\, hand finishing and digital formats.

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To coincide with the launch of the new gallery and in celebration of seven years working with Jonathan Yeo\, Lazarides Editions i s thrilled to release an exclusive\, hand-finished monograph created by the studio. The Many Faces of Jonathan Yeo illustrates poignant periods over t he past several years\, alongside a selection of unique leaf studies\, lith ographs and archival prints made in collaboration with the studio and signe d by the artist.

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As the official representative s of The Estate of Craigie Aitchison\, Timothy Taylor Gallery is proud to s upport the launch of a comprehensive new monograph Craigie Aitchison: A Life in Colour published by Lund Humphries.

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This fully illustrated study of the life and work of Aitchison (1926-2009) is the first book to cover the entire oeuvre of a painter whos e distinctive and evocative style has earned him widespread public and crit ical acclaim. Award-winning writer Cate Haste draws for the first time on f amily archives\, letters and new interviews with those who knew Aitchison w ell to explore the relationship of his life to his work\, the influences th at shaped his visual imagination\, the emergence of distinctive themes\, an d the development of his painting style.

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Aitchison was born in Edinburgh in 1926\, and became active on the Lond on art scene in the 1950s. In a career spanning over 5 decades\, he became known and admired for his flat\, almost two-dimensional forms and simple ic on- like compositions which powerfully evoke both the early Italian Renaiss ance and the British visionary tradition. The paintings selected for this b rief survey demonstrate this distinctive style\, his unique subject matter and the Mediterranean intensity of his palette.

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Aitchison was elected a Royal Academician in 1988\, won the inau gural Jerwood Prize for painting in 1994\, and in 1999 was awarded a CBE fo r his contribution to British Art. In 2009\, he received an honorary Doctor of Arts degree from the University of Bath. He died at his home in London in December 2009.

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