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Click to enlargeDORIS SALCEDO
Sep 28 - Nov 11, 2018
White Cube Bermondsey will present a solo exhibition by Colombian artist Doris Salcedo, focusing on her installation 'Palimpsest', recently shown at the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid. This work recognises the names of individuals who have drowned in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic while attempting to migrate to a better life.

Sep 12 - Nov 3, 2019
White Cube is pleased to present an exhibition by Mona Hatoum. The first presentation of her work in London since Tate Modern in 2016, it includes new and recent installation, sculpture and works on paper.
Hatoum’s work reflects on subjects that arise from our current global condition, including systems of confinement, the architecture of surveillance and themes of mobility and conflict. Channelling the poetic charge and metaphoric resonance of a wide range of materials from steel, brick and concrete, to rubble, glass and human hair, in this exhibition she explores the elemental forms of the grid and the sphere, drawing on both the geometric rigour of Minimalist sculpture and the possibilities for its formal collapse.

Sep 12 - Nov 3, 2019
White Cube is pleased to present the first European solo exhibition by Harmony Hammond (b.1944, Chicago). The American artist, curator, author and activist was a pivotal figure of the feminist art movement in New York, co-founding in 1972, A.I.R., the first women’s cooperative art gallery in the city, and the journal Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics in 1977.
Hammond’s earliest feminist work combined gender politics with Post-Minimalist concerns for material and process, frequently occupying a space between painting and sculpture – a focus that continues to this day.

Sep 12 - Nov 3, 2019
Dóra Maurer (b.1937, Budapest) is at the forefront of Hungarian neo-avant garde. One of the most experimental artists to emerge from Eastern Europe during the past half a century, her rigorous, conceptual practice is based on mathematical and complex system processes. Encompassing painting, drawing, printmaking, photography and film making, the artist’s diverse career has spanned over 50 years.
This exhibition features works made between 1999 and the present day with a focus on her 'Overlappings' series – sculptural paintings which explore the potential of colour to influence human perception. Elegant and seemingly lightweight, they create the illusion of layering and three-dimensional folds.


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