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THE KOPPEL PROJECT

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Click to enlargePOETRY OF PLACE
Aug 17 - Sep 16, 2017
Running from 17 August to 16 September 2017, Poetry of Place showcases artworks by Japanese and British printmakers, illustrating an intercultural dialogue inspired by the experiences of the artists travelling throughout Japan and Europe respectively.
 
The exhibition explores the theme of place as the site of memories and the bonding that occurs between individuals and their environments. Real or imagined, physical or symbolic, coming from the past, the present, or the terrain that lies between, places are depicted in diverse geographical and temporal locations, sharing a visual language that runs through different printmaking processes from lithography, etching, aquatint, to relief and serigraphy.
 
With: Margaret Ashman | Yuriko Miyoshi | Sara Beazley | Masato Nagai | Eleanor Havsteen-Franklin | Miyuki Okawa | Michael Kennedy | Yasuyoshi Tokida | Ros Morley | Yoshie Uchida | Stephen Mumberson | Kanako Watanabe | Clare O Hagan | Katsutoshi Yuasa | Denise Wyllie
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CACTUS AND CREATURES
Oct 6 - Nov 4, 2017
The Koppel Project Hive &
The Koppel Project, 93 Baker Street, London W1U 6RL

MADELEINE STACK & PAULINE BATISTA SINKING / FEELING
Nov 17, 2017 - Jan 6, 2018
Private view Thu Nov 16 6pm - 8pm
It’s about an excavation. Of the mind, of the self. Who is colonised and who flies freely? Fly in, fly out. We’re seeking a pattern. Pattern recognition. Data mining and mining for ore, a shared language of opacity and incoherence. Travelling at great speed above the surface of the earth or penetrating the borders that block free movement, our work is compelled by this simultaneous paradox.

NOTES ON PAINTING. AT THE HIVE 26 HOLBORN VIADUCT EC1A 2AT
Nov 23, 2017 - Jan 12, 2018
Private view Wed Nov 22 6pm - 8pm
"Notes on Painting" aims to evoke a dialogue around the silent rhythms of production, mirroring the lines of functionalities that run throughout the building dividing and organising the site. This direct enquiry upon the division of internal and external spaces can be found through a varied approach to coded rhythms of abstraction.
The exhibition features artworks by Andrea Medjesi-Jones, Antoine Langenieux-Villard, Moyra Derby, Honor Carter, Fiona Grady, Charley Peters, Hannah Luxton, Benjamin Jones, Amelia Bowles, Robert Davis, Callum Green, Anna Salamon, Andrea V Wright.

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