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A.P.T. GALLERY

Harold Wharf, 6 Creekside, SE8 4SA
020 8694 8344

www.aptstudios.org
aptlondon@btconnect.com

Thur-Sun 12-5 (gallery reopens 20 May)

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ONLINE | VIRTUALLY THERE
Mar 18 - Jun 6, 2021
6 A.P.T artists take the challenge to create a virtual gallery. Across 12 weeks, 6 virtual exhibitions will take place, each for 2 weeks.
Artists in this exhibition include: Fran Cottell, Margaret Higginson, Nicola Rae, Liz Harrison, Paul Malone and Chris Marshall.

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ALEX VARDAXOGLOU

Holland Park Gardens, W14 8EA
020 3097 1865 / 07540 053 033

www.vardaxoglou.com
info@vardaxoglou.com

By appointment only. Check website for information.

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PATRICK CAULFIELD
14 November 2020 - 14 June 2021

Paintings and work on paper by celebrated British artist Patrick Caulfield

Click to enlargePRESENTATIONS: RICHARD SMITH
31 March - 12 May 2021

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ALICE BLACK GALLERY

81a Endell Street, Covent Garden, WC2H 9DX
020 7734 7019

www.aliceblackart.com
info@aliceblackart.com

Open by appt.

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Click to enlargeONLINE | HAWKS IN HER HAIR
Apr 12 - Jun 7, 2021
'Hawks in her hair' presents the idea of artist as conduit, setting out to explore the magical and mystical artistic confluences that shape life today. It brings together 13 contemporary and post-war artists: Sol Bailey Barker, Ivan Black, Camilla Bliss, Gillian Carnegie, Sophie Charalambous, Dante Elsner, Hannah Lees, Christine Marchese, Hannah Murgatroyd, Louis Okwedy, Tristan Pigott, Clementine Robertson and Victor Seaward.
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ALISON JACQUES GALLERY

16-18 Berners Street, W1T 3LN
020 7631 4720

www.alisonjacquesgallery.com
info@alisonjacquesgallery.com

By appointment only and online

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Click to enlargeTHE GEE'S BEND QUILTMAKERS
Dec 2, 2020 - Apr 25, 2021 FINAL WEEK
ESSIE BENDOLPH PETTWAY, DELIA BENNETT, AMERICA IRBY, ANNIE E. PETTWAY, CANDIS MOSELY PETTWAY, LORETTA PETTWAY, QUNNIE PETTWAY, RITA MAE PETTWAY, STELLA MAE PETTWAY, LORETTA PETTWAY BENNETT, ETHEL YOUNG
 
Alison Jacques Gallery presents the first solo exhibition in Europe devoted to three generations of women artists living in Gee’s Bend, officially known as Boykin, a remote black community situated on a U-turn in the Alabama River. The show is organised in partnership with the Souls Grown Deep Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the contributions of African American artists from the Southern states, and provides a survey of quilts spanning nearly 100 years, with a number of the artists still living and working in Boykin to this day.
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CAROL RHODES
Apr 30 - May 29, 2021
Alison Jacques Gallery is proud to present its first exhibition of work by Carol Rhodes (1959–2018). Organised in partnership with the Carol Rhodes Estate, whose curator Andrew Mummery worked closely with the artist for much of her career, the exhibition will include landmark paintings and rarely-shown drawings dating between 1995 and 2016.

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ALMINE RECH

Grosvenor Hill, Broadbent House, W1K 3JH
020 7287 3644

www.alminerech.com
contact.london@alminerech.com

By appt. Tue-Sat 10-6

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SAM MCKINNISS : COUNTRY WESTERN
Apr 15 - May 22, 2021
Almine Rech London presents a solo exhibition of new paintings by American artist Sam McKinniss. Titled Country Western, this is McKinniss’s second solo show with Almine Rech, following Neverland, presented in Brussels in 2019.
Best known for painting celebrity subjects, McKinniss now turns his attention to the starry world of popular country music, the genre derived from rural American custom, including small town vernacular speech, fashion, landscape, and musical forms. The exhibition will present new portraits of singers Lyle Lovett, Dolly Parton, Shania Twain, Tammy Wynette, and others. Country Western will not only highlight the artist’s continued efforts as a skilled portraitist, but also as an accomplished colorist.

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AMANDA WILKINSON

1st floor, 18 Brewer Street, (entrance on Green's Court), W1F 0SH
020 3355 2416

www.amandawilkinsongallery.com
info@amandawilkinsongallery.com

Wed-Sat 12-6 by appointment only

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Click to enlargeRICHARD PORTER NIGHT GLYPH
Apr 21 - May 29, 2021
Private view Wed Apr 21 12pm - 7pm
In his first solo exhibition, Night Glyph, multidisciplinary artist Richard Porter presents a body of work comprising oil painting and sculpture.

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ANNELY JUDA FINE ART

4th Floor, 23 Dering St, W1S 1AW
020 7629 7578

www.annelyjudafineart.co.uk
ajfa@annelyjudafineart.co.uk

By appt. Mon-Fri 10-5

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NIGEL HALL : TANGLED UP IN BLUE
to Apr 30, 2021

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ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

472 Hackney Road, Unit 9, (entrance from the courtyard), E2 9EQ
07455 561 887

www.annkakultys.com
office@annkakultys.com

Thur-Sat 12-6; advance booking recommended

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GRETCHEN ANDREW : OTHER FORMS OF TRAVEL
Apr 22 - May 22, 2021
Private view Thu Apr 22 6pm - 8pm
Gretchen Andrew was born in 1988 in Los Angeles. The artist joined Annka Kultys Gallery in 2020 and will have her first exhibition, 'Other Forms of Travel', at the gallery’s London new exhibition space in April 2021.

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THE APPROACH

1st Floor, 47 Approach Rd, E2 9LY
020 8983 3878

www.theapproach.co.uk
info@theapproach.co.uk

Wed-Sat 12-6 (gallery reopening 14 April)

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MAGALI REUS : STEM SYSTEM
Mar 30 - May 2, 2021
For Stem System Magali Reus draws together two recently produced bodies of work: Settings and Charges, each series informing the other through their interdependent visual language of patterns, signs and images.

Click to enlargeSANDRA MUJINGA : SPECTRAL KEEPERS
Apr 14 - May 1, 2021
The Approach is excited to announce its debut solo exhibition by Oslo and Berlin based artist Sandra Mujinga (b. 1989, Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo) opening January 2021. Mujinga plays with economies of visibility and opacity, negotiating questions of identity, self-representation and surveillance. Mujinga works across text, sculpture, performance, and dance as well as the internet and the digital image to produce her work. Her work has been described as questioning “what it means to exist in the dark,” highlighting the conflicting nature of visibility, which, whilst serving as an ever-expansive platform for promoting diversity and difference, simultaneously increases unwanted surveillance and data collection. To combat this, the artist suggests that people need to become more adaptable to their environments, often exploring the survival strategies of animals that change their bodily features to adapt to their surroundings. Mujinga employs Afrofuturism and post-human ideas, as a speculative and political gaze envisioning alternative worlds at the intersection of technology, the human and the animal.
 
For her forthcoming show, Mujinga will illuminate the exhibition space with intense green lighting, immersing the viewer into an environment that feels part-nightclub, part-dimension travel dystopia. For Mujinga, this specific shade of green becomes a proxy for blackness. Inspired by ‘green screen’ technology, the colour functions by being both hyper-visible and not at all visible at once; it is the most intense a colour can get, yet being so removed from any other colour – in particular, skin tones – it is also the opposite of colour, an absorbent. Retaining the family resemblance to previous sculptures, but marking a next step in the world building practice of Mujinga, the artist will also make a new set of standing figures for the exhibition, influenced by medieval beekeeping gear, monasterial culture and wickerwork. Cephalopods, such as squid, octopuses and cuttlefish, will also provide significant inspiration. These are creatures that, in their remote habitats, create protection against predators through camouflage or by building their own barriers, whilst still allowing for coexistence and symbiosis with their environment.

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ARCADE

87 Lever Street, EC1V 3RA
02076 832 999

www.thisisarcade.art
info@thisisarcade.art

Wed-Sat 12-6 & by appt

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DANIELLE ARNAUD

123 Kennington Rd, SE11 6SF
020 7735 8292

www.daniellearnaud.com
danielle@daniellearnaud.com

Thur-Sat 2-6 & by appt. Gallery closed 20 Dec to 6 Jan.

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Click to enlargeKATHARINE FRY : PLEASE CALL ME HOME
Apr 23 - May 29, 2021
Private view Thu Apr 22 2pm - 8pm
For Katharine Fry’s first solo show at the gallery, 'Please call me home', the artist transforms the intimate space into a series of unsettling encounters with uncanny screen bodies, punctuated by strewn metal skins. With a focus on the body as the boundary where self and other meet, her videos feature the same barely alive female figure performing limited gestures, connected to her containing environment by her mouth. Fry’s sculptures are chameleonic shrouds, enfolded around now empty interiors while reflecting whatever surface they encounter.
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ART ON THE UNDERGROUND

London Underground, All stations London
020 3054 8525

www.art.tfl.gov.uk
art@tube.tfl.gov.uk

Daily according to station hours

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Click to enlargeLUCY MCKENZIE : PLEASURE’S INACCURACIES (SUDBURY TOWN STATION)
through Nov 2021
Art on the Underground present a large-scale public commission of permanent and temporary artworks by Scottish-born, Belgium-based artist Lucy McKenzie, titled Pleasure’s Inaccuracies.
 
McKenzie is fascinated by the decoration of public spaces such as train stations, and her work frequently combines source material from the realms of historical design, advertising and architecture. For what is her most ambitious public commission to date, she chose Sudbury Town Tube station, a historic, listed building designed by Charles Holden in 1931, for its location and architecture. Situated outside of central London, with a cavernous main hall, original features and waiting rooms on each platform, the station is evocative of another era.
 
By respecting Sudbury Town’s original design, McKenzie’s commission reflects the present through the aesthetics of the past. The commission comprises a number of elements: two permanent hand-painted ceiling murals featuring maps of the local area; a highly detailed architectural model of the station which will remain on permanent display; two large billboards installed on each platform; and a series of posters which will be on display until November 2021.

PHYLLIDA BARLOW : HELTER SKELTER
2020-2021
Pocket Tube Map (free to pick-up at any TFL station)

HEATHER PHILLIPSON : VOLTA
2020-2021
Audio-collage
8 minutes 32 seconds
 
Acknowledging the seismic global changes of the past few months, Heather Phillipson has been commissioned by Art on the Underground to produce a new online work to accompany her Fourth Plinth commission, THE END. A counterpoint in tone to THE END, Phillipson’s new audio-collage, VOLTA, reckons with upheaval, renewal and possibility. Written and composed by Phillipson, it combines her distinctive layering of voice, sound effects and music samples to destabilise and relocate.
 
Phillipson’s singular, visceral audio works connect an abundance of noises, words and images, generating multiple possible directions. Her frenzied musings bend speech to tempo and logic to rhythm, disrupting perceptions and assumptions.

2021 PROGRAMME: HELEN CAMMOCK
2021
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ART SPACE GALLERY - MICHAEL RICHARDSON CONTEMPORARY ART

84 St. Peter's St, N1 8JS
020 7359 7002

www.artspacegallery.co.uk
mail@artspacegallery.co.uk

Gallery temporarily closed; staff working remotely. See website for updates.

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EXHIBITIONS TBA
May+June 2021

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ARUP

8 Fitzroy St, W1T 4BJ
020 7636 1531

www.arup.com/phase2exhibitions
phase2@arup.com

Galleries temporarily closed - see website for online programming

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ONLINE | WORKS FROM THE ARUP COLLECTION
ongoing
We look forward to welcoming you back to the Gallery as soon as possible. Please keep in touch with Arup Phase2 on social.

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AUSTIN / DESMOND FINE ART

Pied Bull Yd, 68/69 Gt. Russell St, WC1B 3BN
020 7242 4443

www.austindesmond.com
gallery@austindesmond.com

Mon-Fri 10.30-7; Sat 11-4

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STAYING WITH THE TROUBLE
Apr 12 - 28, 2021 FINAL WEEK
We are delighted to host Staying with the Trouble an exhibition of fourteen women artists with gallery L’etrangere (London). Inspired by the book by Donna Haraway, the exhibition attempts to link the disparate threads and ideas of women artists working in different times and geographic locations. The participating artists are Guler Ates, Anna Baumgart, Ellen Friedlander, Anna Kutera, Katalin Ladik, Malgorzata Markiewicz, Anna Perach, Joanna Rajkowska, Su Richardson, Alicja Rogalska (in collaboration with Ana de Almeida and Vanja Smiljanic), Melania Toma, Teresa Tyszkiewicz, Agata Wieczorek, Anita Witek.

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AUSTRIAN CULTURAL FORUM

28 Rutland Gate, SW7 1PQ
020 7225 7300

www.acflondon.org
office@acflondon.org

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

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Click to enlargeONLINE | WOLF SUSCHITZKY PHOTOGRAPHY PRIZE 2020
Feb 15 - Aug 31, 2021
UK Winner: Mike Ying
Austrian Winner: Lea Abendstein
For the second iteration of the Wolf Suschitzky Photography Prize applicants were invited to submit work on the theme of Life in 2020. Attracting over 140 submissions from Austria and the UK the diversity demonstrated in their responses to the theme and technique were remarkable. A jury of UK and Austrian experts has selected two winners, Lea Abendstein from Austria and Mike Ying from the UK in addition to a shortlist of four artists from each country who will be invited to exhibit at the ACF London when it is safe to do so. In the meantime we would like to invite you to view this virtual exhibition featuring a selection of the winning and shortlisted works.

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AVIVSON

49 Highgate High Street, Highgate, N6 5JX
020 8342 9553 / 07852 558 944

www.avivsongallery.com
avivson@gmail.com

Wed, Fri & Sat 12-6; Thur 12-8 & by appt

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PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT DOWLING
Apr 6 - 30, 2021

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BARTHA CONTEMPORARY

Gallery relocating, See website for updates .
020 7985 0015

www.barthacontemporary.com
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ONLINE SHOWCASES AND VIEWINGS BY APPOINTMENT
Re-opening in a new location Spring 2021
Bartha Contemporary is relocating - please see website or social media for updates.

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BASTIAN

8 Davies Street, W1K 3DW
020 3940 5009

www.bastian-gallery.com
london@bastian-gallery.com

Tue-Sat 10-6

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Click to enlargeROBERT RAUSCHENBERG : METAL, INK & DYE: LATE WORKS FROM CAPTIVA ISLAND
Jan 18 - May 8, 2021
No other artist in the 20th Century has celebrated the social and economic trajectory of the United States in such efficient terms and, in the same breath, enabled the viewer to take part in the journey, rather than being mere spectators.
This exhibition will focus on Rauschenberg’s metal assemblages from the Glut series (1986-89 and 1991-94) and a selection of innovative dye-transfer works from the Anagram (A Pun) (1997- 2000) and Short Stories (2000-2002) series.
Escaping the dizzying hurriedness of New York in 1968, Rauschenberg found sanctuary on small sun-drenched island just off the coast of Florida, called Captiva. It was this new island home that proved to be a fertile domain for some of the artist’s most remarkable and challenging works. Here, BASTIAN uncover a selection of works from this late period on Captiva Island which showcase not only Rauschenberg’s use of ink transfers and printing technology but his use of metal in ever more imaginative and inventive ways. The exhibition includes three ground- breaking Glut sculptures, a series that underpinned the artist’s intensive investigation into the sculptural possibilities of found metal objects.
Witnessing first-hand the desolation caused by a recessive Texan economy struggling to stay afloat due to a glut in the oil market in the early 80’s, Rauschenberg’s Glut sculptures narrate an American obsession with lavish extravagance which is part social criticism, part automotive/industrial relic, but fundamentally absolute Americana.

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BEACONSFIELD

22 Newport St, Vauxhall, SE11 6AY
020 7582 6465

www.beaconsfield.ltd.uk
admin@beaconsfield.ltd.uk

check website for reduced opening hours

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B_T1 FREEDOM OF THE MIND SIMON TYSZKO & A.D. CRAWFORTH
Jul 9, 2020 - Jun 30, 2021
BEACON_TRANSITIONS (B_T) is an online series in response to the uncertain future of exhibition culture.
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BEACON_TRANSITIONS (B_T)
Jul 9, 2020 - Jun 30, 2021
Responding to the uncertain future of exhibition culture, Beaconsfield invites artists to hold the space between physical and virtual sites in a new series of experimental commissions: ‘Lock up your libraries if you like; but there is no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of the mind’(Virginia Woolf, A Room of One’s Own [Harmonsworth: Penguin 1928], 76.)
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B_T2 SOMETIMES I DREAM : MONIKA OECHSLER
Jan 29 - Jun 30, 2021
Monika Oechsler explores psychological space, making uncanny audiovisual reference to the current pandemic.
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B_T3 1:1 EXCHANGE W/ANDREW HART : ANDREW PIERRE HART
Feb 18 - Jun 30, 2021
In a series of horizontal encounters with other artists – 1:1 Tutors/Students – Andrew Hart explores institutional structures through improvisatory ideas of cross-modality, utilising the decolonising techniques he has been developing as teaching methodology.
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Click to enlargeB_T5 PAST PRESENT : IOANA MARINESCU
Mar 23 - Jun 30, 2021
Site-specific experiments with light projections and performance
With a background in architecture and a practice of photography, Ioana Marinescu works with large images in public spaces, projections and live actions. Gestures of power and acts of displacement are re-enacted through archival imagery and testimonies.
Guests Hanna Gillgren and Elena Andreea Teleaga

B_T4 SINK : SHAHIN ENTEZAMI AKA TEGH
Mar 26 - Jun 30, 2021
One of the most exciting electronic sound artists in Iran, Shahin Entezami aka Tegh, offers a personal narrative of the global pandemic. Translating the stress and dark thoughts associated with his own experience of contracting Covid19, this sound work takes its pace from events happening without preface, particularly as experienced in his home city of Tehran.
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BEAUX ARTS

48 Maddox St, W1S 1AY
020 7493 1155

www.beauxartslondon.uk
info@beauxartslondon.uk

Mon-Fri 11-5 & open by appointment

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KENDRA HASTE
Apr 28 - May 28, 2021

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BEERS LONDON

51 Little Britain, EC1A 7BH
020 7502 9078

www.beerslondon.com
info@beerslondon.com

Tue-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-5 & by appt, and online

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Click to enlargeADÉBAYO BOLAJI : THE POWER & THE PAUSE
Apr 17 - May 22, 2021
For his first solo with the gallery, Bolaji presents ‘THE POWER AND THE PAUSE’ (OR ‘THE PAUSE’), a series of brand-new works that unravel like individual characters or short stories within a greater context that operate to tell a greater narrative. The works consider the strength and complications that arise from periods of cessation. Certainly as a result of happenings in 2020, the world has experienced a global halt or interruption unprecedented in modern times; but on a microcosmic level, each of us – creators and otherwise – have also experienced the ramifications of this abscondment from daily life. But when viewed from an alternate angle, how can this period become fruitful? In spiritual teachings, the breathing pause is a space of clarity, oneness, revitalization. Across many religions and cultural traditions, the concept of ‘stepping out’ of the real world is seen as beneficial; a closeness to transcendence. How can an artist translate such a period, with its myriad emotions, complex political and social effects, and indiscriminate and severe consequences, into something powerful, productive? Bolaji does exactly that, and in the process, challenges notions of control and power, personal strength and weakness, and the illusory and very, very real occurrences resulting from a prolonged period of suspended animation – on intimate and global scales?
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BELMACZ

45 Davies St, W1K 4LX
020 7629 7863

www.belmacz.com
gallery@belmacz.com

Open by appt Mon-Fri 10-6

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Click to enlargeCOCO CRAMPTON : DOMESTIC WEARS
Oct 8, 2020 - May 26, 2021
What we need to question is bricks, concrete, glass, our table manners, our utensils, our tools, the way we spend our time, our rhythms. To question that which seems to have ceased forever to astonish us. We live, true, we breathe, true; we walk, we open doors, we go down staircases, we sit at a table in order to eat, we lie down on a bed in order to sleep. How? Where? When? Why?
Describe your street. Describe another street. Compare.
Make an inventory of your pockets, of your bag. Ask yourself about the provenance, the use, what will become of each of the objects you take out.
Question your tea spoons.
What is there under your wallpaper?
How many movements does it take to dial a phone number?
Why?
Why don’t you find cigarettes in grocery stores? Why not?
 
– Georges Perec, Species of Spaces and Other Pieces, 1974

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BEN BROWN FINE ARTS

12 Brook's Mews, W1K 4DG
020 7734 8888

www.benbrownfinearts.com
info@benbrownfinearts.com

Open by appt Mon-Fri 11-6. Book a viewing via our website.

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Click to enlargeONLINE| FRANK AUERBACH / TONY BEVAN : WHAT IS A HEAD?
Dec 7, 2020 - Apr 30, 2021
What, indeed, is a head? For us, surely, it's as big as the world, as existence itself, and just as unknowable. It contains everything we are and everything we can ever know, including our own limits, because whatever we do we can never go beyond its bounds. The head is all, the centre of the universe, as well as in the long term its circumference. Small wonder, then, that heads have preoccupied artists from the very beginning of recorded time and still intrigue them, re-emerging, Hydra-like, as the central symbol of humanity.

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BETTS PROJECT

100 Central Street, EC1V 8AJ
020 7250 1512

www.bettsproject.com
marie@bettsproject.com

Wed-Fri 12-6, Sat 12-5 or by appt

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Click to enlargeZOE ZENGHELIS : DO YOU REMEMBER HOW PERFECT EVERYTH
Apr 14 - May 1, 2021
Betts Project is delighted to host ‘Do you remember how perfect everything was?’, the first retrospective exhibition of the works of Zoe Zenghelis. As a two part exhibition with the Architectural Association, Betts Project presents the first part as a review of Zenghelis’ early paintings from the 1960s, her years at OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture) including works of the Hotel Sphinx project, through to recent works made in 2020. Stretched between abstract metropolitan tectonics and landscape structures, the selection of Zenghelis’ paintings represent an enquiry into absent architectural projects.
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BOBINSKA BROWNLEE NEW RIVER

Canonbury, Islington, N1
07866063663

https://www.bbnrgallery.com
info@bbnrgallery.com

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Click to enlargeUPLANDS: UTOPIA I.O.U. : LOUISE ASHCROFT
Apr 22 - May 23, 2021
Private view Sat Apr 24 2pm - 8pm
New animation work plus limited edition objects. Trash Cameo walkshop 5 May 6.30pm
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