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Patrick Cole

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The Bloomberg New Contemporaries Experience   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Rebecca Ackroyd, Thomas Aitchison, Lewis Betts, Jason Brown, Fatma Bucak, Agnes Calf, Lauren Cohen, Patrick Cole, Menna Cominetti, Calum Crawford, Mark Essen, Adham Faramawy, Ophelia Finke, Grant Foster, Archie Franks, Joe Frazer, Kate Hawkins, Adam Hogarth, Catherine Hughes, Aisha Abid Hussain, Roman Liška, Lana Locke, Antoine L’Heureux, Alexandra McNamee, Steven Morgana, Laura O’Neill, Hardeep Pandhal, Julia Parkinson, Joanna Piotrowska, Hannah Regel, Daniela Sarigu, Yves Scherer, Simon Senn, Ferdinand Saumarez Smith, Isabelle Southwood, Josephine Sowden, Marlene Steyn, Matthias Tharang, Shelley Theodore, Esme Toler, Dante Rendle Traynor, Sarah Tynan, Maarten van den Bos, Dominic Watson, Tom Worsfold, Tim Zercie at Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) November 27th, 2013 - January 26th, 2014
Posted 12/3/13
As a person who "looks at art" for a living, there is always the occupational hazard that one or more of your loved ones will become caught in the crossfire; out of desperation to have a partner-in-crime to schlep to a West London gallery and look at the New and the Brave, there is always the chance that a friend, a significant other or an acquaintance will be coerced into looking at, say, a video-artwork of a troll-doll with a talking anus, or a "performance installation" which utilises a... [more]
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The physical residue of human existence   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Patrick Cole, Rhys Coren, Jess Flood-Paddock, Jeremy Glogan, Graham Hudson, Oliver Osborne, Samara Scott, John Tiney at The Sunday Painter June 22nd, 2012 - July 22nd, 2012
Posted 7/22/12
So as it turns out, smoking does not lead to a slow and painful death. In the heads of gallerists of Peckham, it also prompted something more positive and life affirming: in the shape of an art exhibition. For their latest show, which closed yesterday, The Sunday Painter explored -- admittedly after a night of excessive but productive lubrication – the possibilities of creating an exhibition around a small heap of cigarette ash that had been lying in a toilet cubicle for ‘approximately’ two... [more]