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London

Bischoff/Weiss

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Bischoff/Weiss
14a Hay Hill
London W1J 8NZ
United Kingdom
Venue Type: Gallery

Neighborhood:
mayfair



Chain Chain Chain, curated by Glenn Adamson, Installation View from outside BISCHOFF/WEISS,
Chain Chain Chain, curated by Glenn Adamson, Installation View from outside BISCHOFF/WEISS,
2011
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Gibellina Vecchia, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS, Raphael ZarkaRaphael Zarka,
Gibellina Vecchia, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS,
2011
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Behind closed doors, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEiSS, Aya HaidarAya Haidar,
Behind closed doors, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEiSS,
2011
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Glaze, curated by George Henry Longly, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS,
Glaze, curated by George Henry Longly, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS,
2011
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Photographs, curated by Sebastien Montabonel, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS, Michael ReischMichael Reisch,
Photographs, curated by Sebastien Montabonel, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS,
2011
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More Bit Parts In Little Theatres, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS, Matt GoldenMatt Golden,
More Bit Parts In Little Theatres, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS,
2011, Found Picture Frames
Rhombus Sectus, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS, Raphaël ZarkaRaphaël Zarka,
Rhombus Sectus, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS,
2011
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Nocturne, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS, Maya HewittMaya Hewitt,
Nocturne, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS,
2010-2011
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What the city left behind, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS, Nathaniel RackoweNathaniel Rackowe,
What the city left behind, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS,
2010
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Six Play, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS, Ruairiadh O\'ConnellRuairiadh O'Connell,
Six Play, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS,
2010
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Fractured Symmetry, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS, Rana BegumRana Begum,
Fractured Symmetry, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS,
2010
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Everybody is a lake, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS, Louise ThomasLouise Thomas,
Everybody is a lake, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS,
2010
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Diamonds on the soles of her shoes, curated by Niru Ratnam, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS, Matthew Smith, Alicja Kwade, Raphael ZarkaMatthew Smith, Alicja Kwade, Raphael Zarka,
Diamonds on the soles of her shoes, curated by Niru Ratnam, Installation View at BISCHOFF/WEISS

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CONTACT:  
Raphaëlle Bischoff
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DESCRIPTION

BISCHOFF/WEISS was set up by Raphaelle Bischoff and Paola Weiss in 2005 to provide a platform for young emerging artists. Initially based in East London, the gallery focuses on contemporary art, specialising in sculpture, site-specific works and installation.

The programme encourages a strong dialogue between the UK and the rest of Europe, reflecting the background of the gallery's founders whilst promoting a diverse and exciting artistic exchange with other galleries around the world. In conjunction with the programme, the gallery has participated in numerous fairs including Art Basel Miami Beach (Art Positions), FIAC, Art Dubai, Art Brussels and Art Hong Hong. Forthcoming art fairs include Frieze Art Fair 2011 (Frame).

In January 2010, the gallery re-located to the heart of Mayfair. This new space was host to a wide range of shows in 2010, including a group show with Raphaël Zarka and Alicja Kwade, curated by Niru Ratnam and the solo shows of Nathaniel Rackowe, Matt Golden, Maya Hewitt and Rana Begum.

In 2011 the programme has expanded to exhibit more established international artists as well as a broader range of media. Solo shows include the German photographer Michael Reisch, French artist Raphaël Zarka and a group show curated by British artist George Henry Longly.


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