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MAUDE MARIS : WHO WANTS TO LOOK AT SOMEBODY’S FACE?
Sep 29 - Nov 9, 2018
Pi Artworks London is proud to present, 'Who Wants to Look at Somebody’s Face?', the first UK solo presentation of French artist, Maude Maris. Following on from two successful presentations in 2018 Recast, solo show at Espace à vendre, Nice and Double jeu, at FRAC Auvergne Collection, Musée d’Art et d’Archéologie d’Aurillac as well as the Anatolian Studies (solo), Embac Chateauroux, France (2017); Who Wants to Look at Somebody’s Face?, celebrates the role of photography in sculpture and painting, with reference to some of the greats of modern sculpture and how they used photography as an archive. The exhibition will feature 12 new paintings of playful compositions, titles of which relate to extracts from texts written by both Barbara Hepworth and Emily Dickinson.
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MUSTAFA HULUSI : CYPRUS REALISM
Apr 12 - May 11, 2019
The show opens Thursday 11th April and runs until Saturday 11th May 2019. Encompassing his persistent enquiry into the topic of ethics and aesthetics, the exhibition will feature new paintings created specifically for the exhibition, alongside a multi-channel video work and a large-scale ceramic tile installation.
 
Mustafa Hulusi’s show Cyprus Realism amalgamates the subjective, objective, universal and cosmic. It is about making visible the cultural stasis of the present whilst simultaneously re-imagining a yet-to-come, temporal vision. With a nostalgia for craft-based technologies, it utilises oil paintings, cathode-ray televisions and handmade ceramics to resolve the dialectical problem that exists between responsibility and authority. It also warns us of the tendencies of technologies and strategies to be co-opted by dominant powers.

Click to enlargeSUSAN HEFUNA : TEXTILES
May 24 - Jun 22, 2019
Private view Thu May 23 6.30pm - 8.30pm
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