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SOPHIE JUNG : COME FRESH HELL OR FRESH HIGH WATER
Jan 06, 2018 5:00pm talk/event
For the second in Blain|Southern’s new series of exhibitions, collectively titled Lodger, its curator Tom Morton has invited the artist Sophie Jung to develop a new sculptural installation, accompanied by a performance that exists as both a live event and a looping video work. For this exhibition, Come Fresh Hell or Fresh High Water, Jung will transform Blain|Southern’s lower gallery into an environment that recalls at once a bunker, an ice cellar, a Brechtian stage set, and a dressing room. Scale, here, is subject to sudden glitches, and the most mundane of objects – coffee mugs, shower curtains, hat stands – hum with histories, ironies, and a simmering sense of fury.
Admission FREE.

ALI BANISADR: THE WORLD UPSIDE DOWN
Sep 29 - Nov 17, 2018
Private view Fri Sep 28 6pm - 9pm
Ali Banisadr presents two comprehensive bodies of work for his first solo exhibition in Germany, 'The World Upside Down'. In this title the artist references philosopher Mikhail Bakhtin and his concept of carnival as a subversive event that inverts structures of power.

HERBERT ZANGS: LESS IS MORE
Sep 29 - Nov 17, 2018
Blain|Southern is pleased to announce an exhibition of works by Herbert Zangs (1924 - 2003 Krefeld, Germany). 'Less is More' includes a number of the artist’s 'Relief' works, 'Mathematical Signs Collages', and a group of his celebrated 'Whitenings' paintings.

Click to enlargeSEAN SCULLY: UNINSIDEOUT
Oct 3 - Nov 17, 2018
Private view Thu Oct 4 6pm - 8pm
Opening in the London gallery during Frieze week, the presentation will encompass large-scale, multi-panel paintings, as well as works on paper, sculpture and a group of his celebrated Landline paintings.

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