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May 20 - Aug 28, 2017 FINAL WEEK
Lara Favaretto’s work explores sculpture as a constant process of creation and destruction. This exhibition, her first major solo show in the UK, brings together a range of works, often kinetic or disappearing, from the last two decades. It will also include a major public art commission: installed on the roof a system of fog machines will produce intermittent clouds of vapour from above the galleries.
Wu Tsang’s films, installations, performances and sculptures move between fiction, documentary and activism and are deeply involved with queer activism and underground club culture. Her new film Duilian (2016), a special commission for this exhibition, is a kung-fu love story, shot over the course of a year in Hong Kong.

Aug 1 - 26, 2017 FINAL WEEK
Giuseppe Campuzano’s Transvestite Machine.
Exploring the origin of Transgender practices in Peru.
Join us in our Project Space at Nottingham Contemporary to celebrate an exhibition which addresses issues related to the rich cultural tradition of transgender bodies since pre-Hispanic times and the possibilities of a queer museology.
Discover Giuseppe’s attempt to present a queer counter-reading: a promiscuous, intersectional thinking of history that collected objects, images, documents, press clippings, and appropriated artworks through his first English publication of writings.

Aug 19, 2017 8:00pm - 1:00am talk/event
A night of reckoning, confrontation, loudness and proudness. With music, spoken word, open mic and DJs. Led by QTIPoC Notts and Not Your Model Minority.
Free Admission

Click to enlargeSTATES OF AMERICA
Sep 16 - Nov 26, 2017
Private view Fri Sep 15 6:30pm
A major exhibition from over three decades of America photography, featuring iconic urban images that span from coast to coast. Photographers in the exhibition include:
Diane Arbus, Mark Cohen, William Eggleston, Lee Friedlander, Danny Lyon, Mary Ellen Mark, and Stephen Shore.
The exhibition explores a time when a new generation of photographers experimented with innovative approaches to documentary photography.
This exhibition is a collaboration with the Wilson Centre for Photography.
Free Admission


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