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Barry Reigate / Castor Projects
Feb
17
to Mar 25

Barry Reigate / Castor Projects

  • Enclave 8, 50 Resolution Way London, England, SE8 A4L United Kingdom (map)
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Do Zombies Dance to Love in C Minor?

I’m bored... Bored with your hairy stick with sticky coloured goo... You are dying very, very slowly. Don’t mess with my brain with your nostalgic history, your baggage full of despair & desperation. My brain, full & yet empty is already dead. Stuffed with desire but yet empty of your thinking. I do not seek history & history cannot find me.

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Peter Halley / Modern Art
Jan
27
to Mar 18

Peter Halley / Modern Art

  • 4-8 Helmet Row London, England, EC1V United Kingdom (map)
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Modern Art is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of works by Peter Halley from the 1980s.
The exhibition comprises a selection of paintings that surveys an important period of Peter Halley’s work, dating from 1982-1987.

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CONTEMPORARY VISIONS VII / BEERS London
Jan
20
to Mar 4

CONTEMPORARY VISIONS VII / BEERS London

  • 1 Baldwin Street London, England, EC1V 9NU United Kingdom (map)
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Contemporary Visions VII is BEERS London's seventh annual open-call group exhibition. This year, over 4,100 applicants were adjudicated Philly Adams, Senior Director Saatchi Gallery; Kurt Beers, Director of BEERS London & Author of ‘100 Painters of Tomorrow’; Carlye Byron, Collector; Byzantia Harlow, Artist and Contemporary Visions VI finalist; Hugh Montgomery, Deputy Arts Editor and Writer with I News; Gemma Rolls-Bentley, Artsy UK Gallery Relations Liaison.  

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TOUTE SEULE / Gazelli Art House
Jan
13
to Feb 26

TOUTE SEULE / Gazelli Art House

  • 39 Dover Street London, England, W1S 4NN United Kingdom (map)
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Following 2016’s ‘This is Today’*, Gazelli Art House is delighted to announce ‘toute seule’*, an all female show depicting artistic heroism transcending time. Despite the influence artists had on one another, and collective responses that were made by the surrounding world, this exhibition highlights the solitude – graceful, thought-through, strategic and compassionate individuality of each exhibiting artist and the corresponding decade they represent for the past 50 years, 1970s – 2010s.

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Young Gods / Charlie Smith London
Jan
13
to Feb 11

Young Gods / Charlie Smith London

  • 336 Old Street London, England, EC1V 9DR United Kingdom (map)
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CHARLIE SMITH LONDON is delighted to present the tenth edition of Young Gods. Curated by Zavier Ellis, Young Gods is an annual presentation of graduate and post graduate artists working in all media selected from London art schools. This year’s exhibition includes painting, installation, sculpture, video and work on paper by artists from Central St Martins, City & Guilds, Goldsmiths, the Slade, Royal Academy Schools and Wimbledon.

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Ken Price / Hauser & Wirth
Dec
9
to Feb 4

Ken Price / Hauser & Wirth

  • 23 Savile Row London, England, W1S 2ET United Kingdom (map)
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A SURVEY OF SCULPTURES AND DRAWINGS, 1959 – 2006

Hauser & Wirth London is pleased to present a survey of sculptures and drawings by Ken Price, one of the most influential figures of 20th century ceramic art. Working amongst a group of innovative artists who emerged from the creative landscape of 1960s Los Angeles, Price spearheaded a revolutionary shift in the traditional conception of ceramics from a purely functional medium to the realm of art object.

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KP BREHMER / Vilma Gold
Nov
26
to Jan 7

KP BREHMER / Vilma Gold

  • 6 Minerva Street London, England, E2 9EH United Kingdom (map)
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KP Brehmer (*1938 – †1997) worked and lived in Berlin and Hamburg and is associated with the Capitalist Realism of the 1960s and 1970s in Germany, working alongside artists such as Sigmar Polke, Gerhard Richter, Hans Haake, Wolf Vostell and Marcel Broodthaers. Brehmer he was very interested in communism as well as critical throughout the leftwing movements in the 1960s – so much so that as an act of solidarity he changed his first name (Klaus Peter) to KP when the Communist Party (KPD) was prohibited in 1956. 

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…HOUNDED BY EXTERNAL EVENTS… / MAUREEN PALEY
Nov
26
to Jan 29

…HOUNDED BY EXTERNAL EVENTS… / MAUREEN PALEY

  • 21 Herald Street London, England, E2 6JT United Kingdom (map)
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Kaye Donachie, Gareth Jones, John Kelsey, Nick Mauss, Lucy McKenzie, Andrew Miksys, Serban Savu.

The title of this exhibition is taken from a passage in World Within World, the autobiography (published in 1951) of the English poet and critic Stephen Spender. He was referring to what he and many others at the beginning of the 1930s regarded as a portentous and anxious-making domestic and international situation. Every generation, it seems, rediscovers this sense of unease. In recent years, the rise of fundamentalism has been accompanied by a politics of paranoia. 

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Bojan Šarčević / Modern Art Gallery
Nov
23
to Jan 14

Bojan Šarčević / Modern Art Gallery

  • 4-8 Helmet Row London, England, EC1V United Kingdom (map)
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INVAGINATION

‘invagination’ refers to the idea of something being turned inside-out, turned-in, or folded back on itself. 

This is Bojan Šarčević’s third solo exhibition with Modern Art. Šarčević’s work was the subject of survey exhibitions at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Vaduz, Liechtenstein, and Institut d’Art Contemporain, Villeurbanne, France (2012). 

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GILLIAN LOWNDES / THE SUNDAY PAINTER
Nov
18
to Dec 23

GILLIAN LOWNDES / THE SUNDAY PAINTER

  • 12-16 Blenheim Grove London, England, SE15 4QL United Kingdom (map)
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Gillian Lowndes was one of the ceramic world’s most daring, radical and original artists of the post-war generation. Working during a period when the majority of practitioners of the medium were concerned with the functional and decorative, Lowndes’ sculptures stand apart through their transgression of the ceramic conventions of the time. Her work was often a result of responding to her immediate environment; in 1970 she moved to Nigeria for eighteen months and this period prompted........

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Roman Ondak / South London Gallery
Sep
29
to Jan 8

Roman Ondak / South London Gallery

  • 65-67 Peckham Road London, England, SE5 8UH United Kingdom (map)
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THE SOURCE OF ART IS IN THE LIFE OF A PEOPLE

For his first solo show in London for more than a decade, internationally acclaimed artist Roman Ondak presents an exhibition lasting one hundred days that brings together a new body of work exploring ideas around the passage of time and the intertwining of present and past. 

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