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Alma Haser (b.1989) is a Germa n born and British based portrait photographer. Haser merges collage\, inve ntive paper- folding techniques and photography in her practise. Expanding the dimensions of traditional portrait photography\, she creates futuristic flattened-paper sculptures which are at once intriguing and disturbing. He r latest work experiments with photographic 3D sculptures using her unique origami paper folding technique.

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DTEND:20160814 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:20160708 GEO:51.511884;-0.127371 LOCATION:The Photographers' Gallery\,16-18 Ramillies Street \nLondon\, W1F 7LW SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Cosmic Surgery\, Alma Haser UID:423921 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

From July\, \;Nina Manandhar\, photographer and founder of \;What We Wore \;archive project\, \;will be in residence at The Photographers&rsquo\; Gallery mapping the hidden cultural history of Soho through people&rsquo\;s photography and sto ries. As independent clubs and shops are increasingly lost from the centre of the city\, \;What Soho Wore \;explores the area&rsquo\; s rich cultural history and the role that photography has had within the mu ltiple scenes\, movements and communities that have made Soho what it was a nd is today.

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The images and stories w ill be presented on The Media Wall\, online and during a final discussion e vent on 18 September.

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\n< p style="text-align: justify\;">Manandhar is now inviting photo submissions to \;What Soho Wore \;via the dedicated project website&n bsp\;w ww.what-we-wore.com/submit \;or by emailing \; submit@what-we-wore.c om \;with the subject line SOHO.

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Submissions can also be shared via \;Instagram \;by tagging photos with the hashtag #whatsohowore.

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Alternatively\, contributors can bring their photo s to the mobile archive\, which will be located at The Photographers&rsquo\ ; Gallery on \;
29 July \;| \;5 Aug ust \;| \;19 August \;| \;2 September&nbs p\;| \;9 September

DTEND:20160925 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:20160715 GEO:51.511884;-0.127371 LOCATION:The Photographers' Gallery\,16-18 Ramillies Street \nLondon\, W1F 7LW SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:What Soho Wore\, Nina Manandhar UID:423920 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This is the first major retrospective of Terence Donovan (19 36 - 1996) one of the foremost photographers of his generation.

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Donovan rose to prominence in London as part of a post- war renaissance of the creative industries and came to represent a new force in fashion and\, later\, advertising and portrait photography. He operated at the heart of London&rsquo\;s swinging sixties\, socialising wi th and incisively capturing the scene&rsquo\;s chief protagonists and actor s. Gifted with an unerring eye for the iconic\, Donovan was a master crafts man commanding both the technical and compositional to redefine studio phot ography.

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The exhibition comprises a c ompelling mix of classic and well-known vintage prints as well as previousl y unpublished material and a selection of his video works. Rare samples of ephemera including magazine spreads\, contact sheets and the photographer&r squo\;s treasured cameras will also be on display. In addition\, Donovan&rs quo\;s studio notes\, previously unseen sketches and diaries will offer aud iences privileged access to his creative process.

DTEND:20160925 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:20160715 GEO:51.511884;-0.127371 LOCATION:The Photographers' Gallery\,16-18 Ramillies Street \nLondon\, W1F 7LW SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Speed of Light\, Terence Donovan UID:423919 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

From studio portraiture to str eet photography\, this exhibition brings together a group of geographically and historically diverse photographers whose imagery explores black mascul inity as performance\, as play\, as invention - in particular through the a doption of a dandy-esque persona.

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In the early 21st century\, black men are among the most influential trendsett ers in fashion\, music and global style culture. Yet high visibility for bl ack men is matched by high vulnerability - as illustrated by disproportiona te rates of arrest and incarceration for black men in the UK and USA.

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Made You Look&nb sp\;explores dandyism as radical personal politics\, a willed flamboyance t hat flies in the face of conventional constructions of the black masculine. It proposes that the black &lsquo\;dandy&rsquo\;\, with his extravagant em phasis on dress foregrounds a hyper-visible identity which counters the hei ghted vulnerability\, the result of a charged history of objectification. I n the context of this exhibition\, dandyism isn&rsquo\;t simply about sharp dressing but rather\, consciously problematising ideas of male identity th rough dress or deportment that is arresting\, provocative\, louche\, camp a nd gloriously assertive.

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The exhibiti on is curated by Ekow Eshun and features works from the Larry Dunstan Archi ve\, Liz Johnson Artur\, Samuel Fosso\, \; Hassan Hajjaj \, Colin Jones \, Isaac Julien\, Kristin-Lee Moolman\, Jeffrey Henson Scales and Malick Si dibé\;.

DTEND:20160925 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:20160716 GEO:51.511884;-0.127371 LOCATION:The Photographers' Gallery\,16-18 Ramillies Street \nLondon\, W1F 7LW SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Made You Look: Dandyism and Black Masculinity\, Liz Johnson Artur\, Samuel Fosso\, Hassan Hajjaj\, Colin Jones\, Isaac Julien\, Kristin-Lee Mo olman\, Jeffrey Henson Scales\, Malick Sidibé UID:423914 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

In Erik Lindman&rsquo\;s new works\, the artist creates fres h abstract forms with a fine attunement to painterly details\, constellated around various found surfaces and their treatment as compositional element s\, surfaces\, and supports. The majority of these new works are on primed or linen-wrapped panel that are affixed with thin sheets of aluminum or ste el sheetmetal\, which are disguised and revealed to varying degrees by the application of paint on and around them. Colors and forms tend to accrete i n the center of the painting\, framed by white or unpainted space.

DTEND:20161105 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:20160912 GEO:51.5109657;-0.1400151 LOCATION:Almine Rech Gallery\,11 Savile Row \nLondon\, W1S 3PG SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Metal Paintings UID:423910 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.5109657;-0.1400151 LOCATION:Almine Rech Gallery\,11 Savile Row \nLondon\, W1S 3PG SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Metal Paintings UID:423911 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Marlborough Fine Art is pleased to pres ent a major exhibition of works by Paula Rego across two floors of its Lond on gallery. Considered one of the leading figurative artists today\, Rego d raws inspiration from many sources including literature and fairy tales to create mysterious and narrative works.

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On di splay in the lower level gallery\, is Rego&rsquo\;s large-scale pastel seri es Dancing Ostriches from Disney&rsquo\;s &lsquo\;Fantasia&rsq uo\;\, originally commissioned for the exhibition Spellbo und at the Hayward Gallery\, London in 1996 and then acquired by Saatc hi Gallery. Marking the centenary of cinema in Britain\, artists and film-m akers were commissioned to create works portraying the relationship between art and cinema. Both enthralled and terrified by the films of Walt Disney as a child\, Rego derived the series from the &lsquo\;Dance of the Ostriche s&rsquo\; in Fantasia\, a scene that particularly stood out in her memory. Citing Disney as a major artistic influence\, Rego regarded his films as a modern counterpart to traditional fairy tales told to her as a child.

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Drawing both from memory and her assistant Lila as a life m odel\, Rego replaces the animals with robust women in purposely awkward sta nces. Striving against the odds\, the lumbering dancers challenge attitudes towards the female body and Disney&rsquo\;s idealized cartoon characters. Rego states\, &ldquo\;The Ostriches couldn&rsquo\;t have been done if I hadn&rsquo\;t been the age I am. A younger woman wouldn&rsquo\;t know what it was like\; longing for things that are not gone\, because they&rsquo\;r e inside one\, but that are inaccessible.&rdquo\;

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Paula Rego consistently challenges herself\, embracing new ideas\, storie s and media. On view in Marlborough&rsquo\;s first floor gallery is a new l arge-scale work\, her first tapestry\, Eagles Daughter (2016). Bas ed on an 16th century folk tale\, it tells the story of a beauti ful young girl&rsquo\;s life\, born to a man who was raised by eagles\, and betrayed by an ugly\, wicked old woman. \; Produced with textile desig n at Factum Arte in Madrid\, the work was woven by Flanders Tapestries in B elgium. The tapestry is shown alongside a selection of etchings and lithogr aphs including the critically acclaimed series The Pendle Witc hes (1996) and Peter Pan (1992).

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Rego&rs quo\;s expressive works invite the viewer into a world of disconcerting rea lism and innocence\, told through both familiar and imagined stories which are open to interpretation and blur the lines between the grotesque\, sinis ter and beautiful.

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A fully illustrated catalogue will be available with an introduction by Jan Dalley\, Arts Editor of the Financ ial Times and author.

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The exhibition coincides with a solo display devoted to Paula Rego&rsquo\;s works from the 1980&rsquo\;s at Frieze Masters\, 6 &ndash\; 9 October 2016. It includes important works fr om the Vivian Girls series inspired by the Outsider artist Henry D arger\, much admired by Rego. This constitutes the fourth in a series of si ngle-artist booths presented by Marlborough Fine Art at the fair\, followin g the presentation of Frank Auerbach in 2015\, Francis Bacon in 2014 and Vi ctor Pasmore in 2013.

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Rego (b. 1935\, Lisbon) trained at the Slade School of Fine Art (1952-56). In 1990\, she was appointed arti st-in-residence at the National Gallery\, London. Her work has been exhibit ed in many of the major museums world-wide. \; In 2004 she was awarded the Grã\; Cruz da Ordem de Sant'Iago da Espada by the President of Po rtugal and a museum dedicated to Rego's work\, the Casa das Histó\;ri as Paula Rego\, was opened in Cascais\, Portugal in 2009. In 2010\, Rego wa s made a Dame of the British Empire. Her work is part of numerous public co llections including the Arts Council\, London\, England\; Berardo Collectio n\, Lisbon\; National Gallery\, London\; National Portrait Gallery\, London \; Tate Gallery\, Liverpool\; and the Whitworth Art Gallery\, Manchester. S he lives and works in London.

DTEND:20161112 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:20160928 GEO:51.5084606;-0.141152 LOCATION:Marlborough Fine Art\,6 Albemarle Street \nLondon\, W1S 4BY SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Paula Rego\, Paula Rego UID:423855 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.5084606;-0.141152 LOCATION:Marlborough Fine Art\,6 Albemarle Street \nLondon\, W1S 4BY SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Paula Rego\, Paula Rego UID:423856 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Embracing its ethos for connecting architecture and art\, An ise Gallery finds new ways of exploring this relationship through new pract ices in fine art. In 2016 we are delighted to present artists from Slade Sc hool of Fine Art\, Royal College of Art and Goldsmiths College.

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Mar ina Vi&scaron\;ić studied MFA Fine Art at Slade School of Fine Art. Her pra ctice has stemmed from an interest in materiality and how various textures and images are incorporated into landscapes. In recent years her practice h as evolved from threadwork to video\, and following her work for the Slade degree show 2016\, she has been awarded  \;the Jeanne Szego Prize for i maginative use of colour. Marina&rsquo\;s work has been exhibited widely in The Netherlands including a solo show &lsquo\;Myriade&rsquo\; at Noordbrab ants Museum. \;

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Kristina Chan studied MA Printmaking at Royal College of Art. Her work looks at subverting our knowledge of space a nd place through historical and contemporary analysis. The process for the &lsquo\;Collisions in Time&rsquo\; series begins with an architectural site \, where the artist is inspired by its histories\, ruins and remains. Krist ina is traditionally trained in lithography\, etching\, screen print and di gital media manipulation\, and has exhibited at CGP London\, Musé\;e de Louvre\,  \;and New Ashgate Gallery among others. She has an upcomin g solo show at Project 88 in Bombay\, India this summer. \;

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Jul ia Parkinson studied MA Sculpture at Royal College of Art. She is intereste d in the phenomenology and metamorphosis of material and depicts 3D texture s and spaces in 2D forms. For her &lsquo\;Pool&rsquo\; series featured at t he RCA degree show\, there is a certain performative element to the work\, a static animation\, as the medium arrives at its destination to reach a st ate of immobility. In this\, there is an ontological enquiry as the work re aches a state of being\, a stationary &lsquo\;becoming&rsquo\;\, finding it s objecthood. Julia&rsquo\;s work has featured in prominent exhibitions in recent years including Bloomberg New Contemporaries at the Institute of Con temporary Arts and Spike Island\, Camden Arts Centre and Liverpool Biennale .

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Elizabeth Byrne studied MFA Fine Art at Goldsmiths College. Her w ork as part of the Goldsmiths degree show incorporated photography and inst allation\, expressing the motif of decadence and decay as bedfellows. The p rocess of pieces such as &lsquo\;Anemone&rsquo\;\, which is being shown in the Summer Graduate Show\, begins with sculptural assemblages which are the n filmed and photographed\, resulting in large scale photographic collages. Elizabeth&rsquo\;s work has been listed for the Salon Art Prize\, Antholog y Art Prize at Charlie Smith\, London\, as well as being featured in shows and fairs at The Bargehouse\, Vegas Gallery and FOLD Gallery.

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Pette r Yxell studied MFA Fine Art at Goldsmiths College. His interest in modular architecture is evident in his installation work &lsquo\;Unhabitat&rsquo\; \, which incorporates concrete materiality and vernacular design from his h ome country\, Sweden. Petter&rsquo\;s practice has been heavily influenced by examining architectural structures in both London and Glasgow\, and inve stigating the ways in which the urban landscape is consumed and at the same time often holds a transcient status. He presents work from the Goldsmiths degree show for Anise Gallery and will showcase a new commission for the E dinburgh Art Festival this summer\, having previously shown work at Royal S cottish Academy\, Candid Arts Trust and Studio 41.

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Linking the four artists is a passion for the architectural in the environment\, whether th is is through magnified textures and movements or stories of &lsquo\;place& rsquo\; and &lsquo\;non-place&rsquo\; situated in time. This is expressed t hrough various media\, including video art and screenprinting.

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DTEND:20160910 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:20160811 GEO:51.5020351;-0.0723305 LOCATION:Anise Gallery\,13a Shad Thames \nLondon \, SE1 2PU SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Summer Graduate Show \, Marina Višić\, Kristina Chan\, Julia Parkin son\, Elizabeth Byrne\, Petter Yxell UID:423739 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:210000 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.5020351;-0.0723305 LOCATION:Anise Gallery\,13a Shad Thames \nLondon \, SE1 2PU SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Summer Graduate Show \, Elizabeth Byrne\, Kristina Chan\, Julia Par kinson\, Marina Višić\, Petter Yxell UID:423740 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20161030 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:20160923 GEO:51.5248993;-0.0555948 LOCATION:Laura Bartlett Gallery\,4 Herald Street \nLondon\, E2 6JT SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Show\, Sol Calero UID:423732 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.5248993;-0.0555948 LOCATION:Laura Bartlett Gallery\,4 Herald Street \nLondon\, E2 6JT SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Show\, Sol Calero UID:423733 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

'Performer/Audience/Mirror' (1 5 July &ndash\; 27 August) \;at 52 Bell Street\, London celebrates movi ng image and features work by eighteen international artists from the 1960s to the present day.

Instead of a private view\, the exhibition will extend online to Lisson Gallery's website through an online screening programme where a selection of films will be available to watch on differen t days throughout the duration of the show. \;Click \;here \;or o n the icons below to view our first featured film by Dan Graham. \;

The second half of the programme will be announced in early August.  \;

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Dan Graham
Performer/Audience/Mirror\, \;1977

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19 &ndash\; 21 \;July
Allora &a mp\; Calzadilla
How to Appear Invisible\, \;2008

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Marina Abramović
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26 &ndash\; 28 \;July
John Latham
Speak\, \;1962

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Wael Shawky
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Christian Ja nkowski
Telemistica\, \;1999

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DTEND:20160827 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:20160715 GEO:51.5209651;-0.1695948 LOCATION:Lisson Gallery\,29 and 52-54 Bell Street \nLondon\, NW1 5DA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Performer/Audience/Mirror\, Dan Graham\, Allora & Calzadilla\, John Latham\, Marina Abramovic\, Wael Shawky\, Christian Jankowski UID:423465 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Yinka Shonibare MBE will prese nt his sixth solo exhibition at Stephen Friedman Gallery in London titled & lsquo\;...and the wall fell away'. The show will mark a significant transit ion in the artist's practice\, by subverting the Dutch wax Batik fabric for which he is known. He moves away from fabric itself and manipulates the pa ttern in unfamiliar ways. The show coincides with a major commission that i s currently displayed on the frontage of the Royal Academy on Burlington Ga rdens. A monumental hand painted mural on the inside gallery walls will ech o the motif of the hoarding on the outside of the Royal Academy\; an import ant link and ongoing inspiration for the artist.

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For this exhibition at Stephen Friedman Gallery Yinka Shonibare MBE will produce his largest graphic work yet. Figures from Christian and African religious iconography merge into fantastical hybrids that bring to the fore the artist's concern with individual agency and aesthetic creativi ty. These will accompany exciting new Greco-Roman sculptures that take insp iration from the cast courts from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. These figures\, recognisable as David or Venus de Milo\, are hand-painted in Dutch wax Batik patterns\, and have contemporary globes atop their bodie s in place of a head. This new body of work will consider issues of appropr iation and cultural interaction.

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In S eptember 2016 Yinka Shonibare will present a survey exhibition at Yale Cent er for British Art\, which will focus on Shonibare's interest in the Britis h historical figure Admiral Lord Nelson\, whom he uses as an emblem of Brit ain's imperial history.

DTEND:20161105 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:20160928 GEO:51.51069;-0.1411156 LOCATION:Stephen Friedman Gallery\,11/25-28 Old Burlington Street \nLondon\ , W1S 3AN SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:...and the Wall Fell Away\, Yinka Shonibare MBE UID:423463 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Selected from 2\,557 entries b y artists from 80 countries around the world\, the \;BP Portrait Aw ard 2016 \;represents the very best in contemporary portrait paint ing.

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From parents to poseurs\, figura tive nudes to famous faces and expressive sketches to piercing photo-realis m\, the variety and vitality in the exhibition continues to make it an unmi ssable highlight of the annual art calendar.

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Now in its thirty-seventh year at the National Portrait Gallery\, a nd twenty-seventh year of sponsorship by BP\, the first prize of £\;30 \,000 makes the \;Award \;the most prestigious internation al portrait painting competition of its kind and has launched the careers o f many renowned artists.

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This year&r squo\;s judges were:

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Nicholas Cullina n\, Director\, National Portrait Gallery (Chair)
Christopher Baker\, D irector\, Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Alan Hollinghurst\, Write r
Sarah Howgate\, Contemporary Curator\, National Portrait Gallery
Jenny Saville\, Artist
Des Violaris\, Director\, UK Arts &\; Cult ure\, BP

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The \;Travel Award 2 015 \;winner was selected by the Gallery&rsquo\;s Senior Curator o f 20th Century Collections Paul Moorhouse\, \;BP Portrait Award 201 4 \;second prize winner Richard Twose\, and Des Violaris.

DTEND:20160904 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:20160624 GEO:51.5094596;-0.1272596 LOCATION:National Portrait Gallery\,St Martin's Place \nLondon\, WC2H 0HE SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:BP Portrait Award 2016\, Bo Wang\, Clara Drummond\, Benjamin Sulliv an\, Jamie Coreth\, Laura Guoke UID:423462 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

To celebrate \;William Eggleston Portraits\, for one night only the National Portrait Galler y is collaborating with Pop Boutique to transform the Bookshop into a 70s s hop selling authentic vintage clothes\, homeware\, furniture and accessorie s. Make up brands Eyeko and Lipstick Queen will be joining us to give free makeovers and tutorials on achieving an essential retro look.

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Part of the programme of events complementingWilliam Eggleston Portraits

DTEND:210000 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.5094596;-0.1272596 LOCATION:National Portrait Gallery\,St Martin's Place \nLondon\, WC2H 0HE SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:70s Vintage Pop Up Shop UID:423461 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

William Eggleston discusses hi s life and work with fellow photographer Juergen Teller and the Guardian&rs quo\;s Sean O&rsquo\;Hagan.

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William E ggleston is a pioneering American photographer renowned for his vivid\, poe tic and mysterious images. The Gallery&rsquo\;s current exhibition of 100 w orks surveys Eggleston&rsquo\;s full career from the 1960s to the present d ay and is the most comprehensive display of his portrait photography ever. Eggleston is celebrated for his experimental use of colour and his solo sho w at the Museum of Modern Art\, New York\, in 1976 is considered a pivotal moment in the recognition of colour photography as a contemporary art form.

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Juergen Teller (b. 1964\, Erlangen\, Germany) studied at the Bayerische Staatslehranstalt fü\;r Photographi e in Munich\, before moving to London in 1986. Considered one of the most i mportant photographers of his generation\, Teller has successfully navigate d both the art world and commercial photography since beginning his career in the late 1980s\, blurring the boundaries between his commissioned and pe rsonal work in his numerous publications and exhibitions. In 2003\, Teller was awarded the Citibank Prize for Photography\, and\, in 2007 was asked to represent the Ukraine \;as one of five artists in the 52nd Venice Bien nale. He has published over thirty artist&rsquo\;s books and exhibited inte rnationally\, including solo shows at the Photographer&rsquo\;s Gallery\, L ondon (1998)\, Kunsthalle Wien\, Vienna (2004)\, Foundation Cartier\, Paris (2006)\, Daelim Contemporary Art Museum\, Seoul (2011)\, the Institute of Contemporary Art\, London (2013)\, Deste Foundation\, Athens (2014)\, Conte mporary Fine Arts\, Berlin (2015)\, Phillips\, London (2015) and Bundeskuns thalle Bonn (2016). He currently holds a Professorship of Photography at th e Akademie der Bildende Kü\;nste Nü\;rnberg. Juergen teller lives a nd works in London.

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Sean O'Hagan writ es about photography for the Guardian and the Observer and is also a genera l feature writer. He was named interviewer of the year in the British press awards in 2003 for his profiles of \;footballer Roy Keane \;and&nb sp\;musician Brian Wilson\, among others. He is the winner of the 2011 J Du dley Johnston award from the Royal Photographic Society "for major achievem ent in the field of photographic criticism" for his writing in the Observer and the Guardian.

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Masters of Pho tography is supported by the Bern Schwartz Family Foundation in memory of p hotographer Bern Schwartz.

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Please note that the event is subject to change without notice. If due t o unforeseen circumstances a speaker cannot attend\, the event will go ahea d with the remaining speakers and no refunds will be given.

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DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:190000 GEO:51.5094596;-0.1272596 LOCATION:National Portrait Gallery\,St Martin's Place \nLondon\, WC2H 0HE SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Masters of Photography: William Eggleston\, William Eggleston\, Jue rgen Teller UID:423460 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

On the occasion of the exhibit ion \;William Eggleston Portraits \;at the Nat ional Portrait Gallery in London\, David Zwirner is pleased to host a rare book signing with William Eggleston\, in partnership with \;The Photographers ' Gallery.

The museum&rsquo\;s new exhibition \;catalogu e\, \;William Eggleston Portraits\, \;fea tures a text and interview with the artist by \;exhibition curator Phil lip Prodger\, Head of Photographs at the National Portrait Gallery\, and an appreciation by Sofia Coppola. This book \;will be available\, along w ith a selection of other monographs.

Books purchased at this spe cial event as well as copies pre-ordered through David Zwirner (limited num ber available) will be prioritized. The event is free and open to the publi c\, however RSVP is recommended as high attendance is expected.

DTEND:180000 DTSTAMP:20160724T084656 DTSTART:160000 GEO:51.5094225;-0.1430438 LOCATION:David Zwirner\, London\,24 Grafton Street \nLondon\, \, W1S 4EZ SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Book Signing\, William Eggleston UID:423459 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

William Eggleston is a pioneer ing American photographer renowned for his vivid\, poetic and mysterious im ages. This exhibition of 100 works surveys Eggleston&rsquo\;s full career f rom the 1960s to the present day and is the most comprehensive display of h is portrait photography ever.

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Egglest on is celebrated for his experimental use of colour and his solo show at th e Museum of Modern Art\, New York\, in 1976 is considered a pivotal moment in the recognition of colour photography as a contemporary art form. Highli ghts of the exhibition will include monumental prints of two legendary phot ographs first seen forty years ago: the artist&rsquo\;s uncle Adyn Schuyler Senior with his assistant Jasper Staples in Cassidy Bayou\, Mississippi\, and Devoe Money in Jackson\, Mississippi.

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Also on display will be a selection of never-before seen vintage black and white prints from the 1960s. Featuring people in diners\, petrol stati ons and markets in and around the artist&rsquo\;s home in Memphis\, Tenness ee\, they help illustrate Eggleston&rsquo\;s unique view of the world.

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Exhibition organised by the National Portrait Gallery\, London with su pport from the artist and the Eggleston Artistic Trust

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