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BAUHAUS: UTOPIA IN CRISIS
Sep 16 - Nov 9, 2019
Curated by Professor Daniel Sturgis with artists: Juan Bolivar, David Diao, Liam Gillick, Maria Laet, Andrea Medjesi-Jones, Ad Minoliti, Sadie Murdoch, Judith Raum, Helen Robertson, Eva Sajovic, SAVVY Contemporary, Schroeter und Berger, Alexis Teplin and Ian Whittlesea.
 
'Bauhaus: Utopia in Crisis' explores how contemporary practitioners have been drawn to the social, utopian and transgressive aspects of Bauhaus history. The exhibition forms part of the Ourhaus festival, which coincides with Bauhaus 100, the international celebration of the famous Bauhaus design school’s centenary.
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HANNAH SKINNER
Nov 23 - Dec 14, 2019
Private view Fri Nov 22 5pm - 8pm
An exhibition of new work by Hannah Skinner, recipient of The David Troostwyk / Matt’s Gallery Studio Award, 2018-19. Skinner’s work explores themes of queerness, performativity, mimicry, and humour translated into soft sculpture, kinetic sculptures, sound, and performance.
The David Troostwyk / Matt’s Gallery Studio Award which is awarded to a Camberwell College of Arts BA Sculpture undergraduate, is the most significant student graduate prize for sculpture in Britain.

Click to enlargeGWENLLIAN SPINK
Nov 23 - Dec 14, 2019
Private view Fri Nov 22 5pm - 8pm
An exhibition of new work by Gwenllian Spink, recipient of the Vanguard Award 2018-19.
 
Within her practice, Gwenllian Spink mimics elements of her native Welsh landscape using the visual language and cultural influences that she has gained through living in London. Most recently, this has led to an amalgamation of Neolithic remnants that have marked the land since prehistory, with mass-produced objects that play their part in shaping the material landscape of contemporary urban environments.
 
The Vanguard Prize allows Vanguard Court to help new artists grow and develop and reinforces Vanguard's strong links with Camberwell College of Arts. The prize, launched in 2010, is for graduating students of the College. The winner is offered a year's free studio residence at Vanguard Court along with ongoing mentoring and support from Camberwell College of Arts.

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