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CAMBERWELL SPACE

45-65 Peckham Road, SE5 8UF
020 7514 6302

www.arts.ac.uk/camberwell/about/camberwell-space/
camberwellspace@camberwell.arts.ac.uk

See website for details

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CONTACT THE GALLERY
Sep+Oct

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CAMDEN ARTS CENTRE

Arkwright Road, NW3 6DG
020 7472 5500

www.camdenartscentre.org
info@camdenartscentre.org

Galleries reopening 24 September

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Click to enlargeTHE BOTANICAL MIND : ART, MYSTICISM AND THE COSMIC TREE
Sep 24 - Dec 23, 2020
Eileen Agar / Anni Albers / Josef Albers / Consuelo Chelo Gonzalez Amezcuelo Amexcua / Gemma Anderson with Wakefield Lab and John Dupré / Anna Atkins / Jordan Belson / Annie Bessant and Charles Leadbeater / Karl Blossfeldt / Carol Bove / Kerstin Brätsch / Andrea Büttner / Santiago Ramon y Cajal / Adam Chodzko / Ithell Colquhoun / Bruce Conner / Das Institut / Mirtha Dermisache / Minnie Evans / Cerith Wyn Evans / Charles Filiger / Robert Fludd / Giorgio Griffa / Brion Gysin / Friedrich Wilhelm Heine / Ernst Haeckel / Anna Haskel / Tamara Henderson / Channa Horwitz / Textiles from the Huni Kuin (Kaxinawa) people/ C.G. Jung / Joachim Koester / Rachid Koraïchi / Hilma Af Klint / Emma Kunz / Yves Laloy / Ghislaine Leung / Linder / Simon Ling / André Masson / John McCracken / Henri Michaux / Matt Mullican / Wolfgang Paalen / Paul Paun / Steve Reinke and James Richards / Edith Rimmington / Daniel Rios Rodriguez / Textiles and ceramics from the Shipibo-Conibo people / Penny Slinger / F. Percy Smith / Janet Sobel / Philip Taaffe / Fred Tomaselli / Delfina Muñoz de Toro / Alexander Tovborg / David Tudor / Lee Ufan / Scottie Wilson / Terry Winters / Adolf Wölfli / Bryan Wynter / Henriette Zéphir / Anna Zemankova / Anica Zurn / Deuzimar Peu Yawanawá / Tsatsawanu Yawanawá / Xinayura Yawanawá.
A source of shelter and sustenance, fuel and tools, decoration and adornment, medicine and myth, humanity’s history and evolution is intimately entangled with that of the plant kingdom – an impossibly rich, ancient and abundant form of life on earth, but one utterly different from our own. The Botanical Mind: Art, Mysticism and the Cosmic Tree brings together the work of over 50 artists, spanning more than 500 years, to investigate the ongoing significance of the plant kingdom to human life, consciousness and spirituality. In doing so it highlights the subjectivity and being of plants, their influence on various knowledge-forms and wisdom-traditions, and how we engage with and activate them in culture, counter-culture, art and music.

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CAMPOLI PRESTI

223 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 0EL
020 7739 4632

www.campolipresti.com
info@campolipresti.com

Gallery reopening Autumn 2020

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Sep+Oct

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CANADA GALLERY

Canada House, Trafalgar Square, (Pall Mall entrance), SW1 5BJ
020 7004 6000

www.canadainternational.gc.ca/
gallerycanadagalerie@international.gc.ca

Galleries temporarily closed - see website for online programming

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Sep+Oct

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CANARY WHARF

Lobby, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, E14 5AB
020 7418 2257

publicart@canarywharf.com

Open daily

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Click to enlargeLOOKING UP : HELAINE BLUMENFELD AT CANARY WHARF
Mar 16, 2020 - Jan 31, 2021
Showing sculptures by Helaine Blumenfeld at Canary Wharf gives an unrivalled opportunity to view them in the context of hard interior and exterior architecture as well as carefully designed outdoor spaces amongst mature trees. Her fusion of natural forms, both human and foliate, spiced with abstraction, are seen through a range of diverse works dating from 1974 to 2019.

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CECILIA BRUNSON PROJECTS

Royal Oak Yard (end of yard), Bermondsey St, SE1 3GD
020 7407 4971

www.ceciliabrunsonprojects.com
assistant@ceciliabrunsonprojects.com

By appt. only

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Sep+Oct

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CELL PROJECT SPACE

258 Cambridge Heath Rd, E2 9DA
020 8981 6336

www.cellprojects.org
info@cellprojects.org

Gallery closed until further notice; staff working remotely

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Click to enlargeQUEER CORRESPONDENCE : A MAIL-ART INITIATIVE
June - December 2020
Featuring commissions by Alex Margo Arden & Caspar Heinemann; Beatriz Cortez & Kang Seung Lee; Ezra Green & Martin Hansen; Rafa Esparza; Gelare Khoshgozaran; Atiéna Riollet; David Lindert.
Made possible with the generous support of an Emergency Grant from Arts Council England.
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CHARLIE SMITH LONDON

2nd Floor, 336 Old St, EC1V 9DR
020 7739 4055

www.charliesmithlondon.com
direct@charliesmithlondon.com

Gallery temporarily closed; staff working remotely. See website for updates.

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Click to enlargeONLINE | PROJECT PAPYROPHILIA
Apr 1 - Dec 31, 2020
CHARLIE SMITH LONDON presents an ongoing, fluid exhibition of work on paper by gallery and associated artists. All work is priced at just £250 including p&p and is available to ship. Selected by and including gallery director, curator and practicing artist Zavier Ellis.
 
Including Kiera Bennett, Michael Boffey, Cecilia Bonilla, Tom Butler, Adam Dix, Graham Dolphin, Zavier Ellis, Sam Jackson, Simon Keenleyside, Melissa Kime, Hugh Mendes, Richard Moon, Alex Gene Morrison, David Risley, Michael Scoggins, Dominic Shepherd, Barry Thompson.

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CHELSEA SPACE

Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip St, SW1P 4JU
020 7514 6983

www.chelseaspace.org
info@chelseaspace.org

Gallery temporarily closed; staff working remotely. See website for updates.

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Click to enlargeONLINE PROGRAMMING
(until further notice)
During this period of closure the Chelsea Space team will instead post regular updates online of our curatorial research and teaching activities, starting with the postponed exhibition, 'Fold, Twist, Bind, Knot: Transformation and Resistance through Craft', starting with Anne Maile Archive at London College of Fashion, which will feature as part of exhibition.
Access to this collection was enabled through the work of Jane Holt (former Senior Research Fellow LCF), and Eleanor Foden (former MA Fashion student). In recounting Maile’s biography, Holt emphasised Maile’s background and home life before working as a teacher specialising in tie-dye textiles in the 1960-70s, to underscore her pedagogical approach. The collection contains an abundance of notes and samples made as part of her experimentation with dyeing, as well as an unpublished children’s book that was illustrated by tie-dyed paper characters made by Maile.

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CHISENHALE GALLERY

64 Chisenhale Rd, E3 5QZ
020 8981 4518

www.chisenhale.org.uk
mail@chisenhale.org.uk

Gallery temporarily closed; staff working remotely. See website for updates.

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Click to enlargeTHAO NGUYEN PHAN
26 Sep - 6 Dec, 2020
Chisenhale Gallery presents Becoming Alluvium, the first solo exhibition in a UK institution by Ho Chi Minh City-based artist Thao Nguyen Phan. Working with painting, installation and moving image, Phan’s work explores history and tradition through non-fiction and fictional narratives.
 
Becoming Alluvium continues Phan’s ongoing research about the Mekong River, which runs through Tibet, China, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. Composed of two elements – a single channel film work and a series of lacquer and silk paintings – the works simultaneously explore real and imaginary worlds.

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CLAAS REISS

96 Robert Street, NW1 3QP
07769 566 922

www.claasreiss.com
info@claasreiss.com

Wed-Sat 11-6 and by appointment (inc. Sun).

undergroundEuston, Great Portland St, Regent's Park / bus18, 24, 27, 29, 30, 88, 134, 205

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Click to enlargeJULE KORNEFFEL : ALL THAT KALE
8 Oct - 15 Nov, 2020
Private view Wed Oct 7 3pm - 8pm
Claas Reiss' inaugural show presents new paintings by Brooklyn, NY based Jule Korneffel in her first UK exhibition. First week Thu/Fri 11-8 & Sat/Sun 12-6.

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COLE PROJECTS

Hoxton 253 Art Project Space, 253 Hoxton St, Whitmore Estate, N1 5LG
07855 001 697

www.coleprojects.co.uk
camilla@coleprojects.co.uk

Daily 12-8 during exhibitions

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Click to enlargeEARTH EATERS
Sep 25 - Oct 4, 2020
Off-site at: Hoxton 253 Art Project Space, 253 Hoxton St, Whitmore Estate, London N1 5LG.
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EARTH EATERS is an alternative name for the condition Geophagia - the practice in humans and animals of eating earth. This exhibition explores soil’s role in climate change, the artistic use of earth as medium, and calls on us to promote the health of the vital substance that we take for granted.
Featuring: Sol Bailey-Barker, Natasha Bird, Charly Blackburn, Ebinum Brothers, William Cobbing, Kathryn Graham, Byzantia Harlow, Gregory Herbert, Timo Kube, Jane Lawson, Dunstan Low, Tasha Marks | AVM Curiosities, the Institute of Queer Ecology, Hannah Walton, Charlie Warde, Russell Webb, Trystan Williams, William York.
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COLEMAN PROJECT SPACE

94 Webster Road, Bermondsey, SE16 4DF
07930 377 734

www.colemanprojects.org.uk
info@colemanprojects.org.uk

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 12-6pm & by appointment

undergroundBermondsey / bus47, 188, 381, C10



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Click to enlargeREAL TIME : APPLEANDHAT.COM SELECTS
Sep 25 - Oct 25, 2020
Real time is a group exhibition of works observed from life by artists who employ a range of strategies to tweak the view. In this odd moment, the realities they speak of appear to embody a similar sense of shift, between the perfunctory and less definable states of play.
 
Conceived as a painting show, the exhibition includes works in a variety of media that refer to aspects of the painterly process. While some propose a pictorial means of escape, others alert us to the curious, overlooked details of ordinary life revealed when the area of focus becomes small.
 
Curated by Rebecca Geldard for CPS, the project will run concurrently in the gallery and via appleandhat.com.
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COLLYER BRISTOW GALLERY

4 Bedford Row, WC1R 4TF
020 7242 7363

www.collyerbristow.com/art-gallery
gallery@collyerbristow.com

Currently closed. To reopen in guidance with Government advice.

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Click to enlargeME MYSELF AND I : CURATED BY ROSALIND DAVIS
Feb 27 - Nov 11, 2020
Gallery closed to the public until further notice.
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20 artists investigate identity including Ken Kiff, Margarita Gluzberg, Broughton Birnie,Nathan Eastwood,Aya Haidar, Marie Harnett, Laura Hudson, Eleanor Moreton, Kate Murdoch, Manon Ouimet, Sikelela Owen, Conor Rogers, Wendy Saunders, Charmaine Watkiss and Erika Winstone.
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PILAR CORRIAS

54 Eastcastle St, W1W 8EF
020 7323 7000

www.pilarcorrias.com
info@pilarcorrias.com

Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-6 & by appt.

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Click to enlargeSOPHIE VON HELLERMANN : A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
Jul 13 - Sep 26, 2020 FINAL WEEK
Pilar Corrias is pleased to present Sophie von Hellermann’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, an exhibition of twelve new paintings.
Sophie von Hellermann’s paintings originate as projections of her imagination. A small kernel into her mind which is blown up onto a large canvas. These projections become a background for a shadow dance where something that is conjured comes into existence. In A Midsummer Night’s Dream we are invited into a series of imaginary vignettes that are inspired by the foibles of wonderment and love. The series was completed amidst the dreamlike experience of her lockdown in the English countryside. von Hellermann felt a sense of urgency to paint during this period of global sickness and isolation and sickness The parallels between her experience of sleeping, resting and madness and Shakespeare’s play lead Von Hellermann to be inspired by the environment that surrounded her; the woods amidst the dew drops on the sweetly scented flowers, the joy of spring and summer at the same time as this period of uncertainty and death.

GISELA MCDANIEL : MAKING WAY/FARING WELL
Sep 8 - 26, 2020 FINAL WEEK
Pilar Corrias is pleased to present Gisela McDaniel’s Making WAY/FARING Well, an exhibition of six new paintings, opening at the gallery on September 8, 2020.
Gisela McDaniel (b. Bellevue, NE 1995) is a diasporic, indigenous Chamorro artist. Her work is reflecting the journey of womxn and non-binary people who have survived sexual trauma. By interweaving assemblages of oil painting, immersive audio sequences and objects connected to her subjects, she intentionally incorporates survivor’s voices in order to subvert traditional power relations and to enable both individual and collective healing. She aims to give a voice, safe space, as well as a confidential vehicle for survivors to not only share their experiences, but to also explore how those experiences have affected them long-term.
Working primarily with womxn who identify as Black Indigenous Women of Colour (BIWOC), her work deliberately disrupts and responds to historical and contemporary patterns of female silence. There is no denying the ways in which global histories of enslavement, militarisation, colonisation, and patriarchal violence continue to inform the manner in which her subjects reflect on their personal stories of ‘waymaking’. Their calls to reclaim their bodies and identities illuminate active resistance to these same systems.
Paul Gaugin is a primary but not exclusive figure whose work McDaniel engages and converses in regard to his artistic and colonial legacy in the Pacific. As a Pacific Island artist, McDaniel denounces Gaugin’s sexual and racial fantasy forged from a position of patriarchal, colonialist power and regains the Pacific territory and visual framework Gaugin had occupied for himself.
In this new body of work, McDaniel has been engaging with the practice of voyages in between islands, which, for her, are metaphoric for the way the subjects of her paintings evolve and become resilient after suffering from sexualised violence. The body of work presented here maps a range of intimate journeys undertaken by womxn who made their way to places of healing.

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CORVI-MORA

1a Kempsford Rd, (off Wincott St.), SE11 4NU
020 7840 9111

www.corvi-mora.com
info@corvi-mora.com

Tue-Sat 11-6

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ALISON BRITTON: HEAT-WORK
Sep 18 - Oct 31, 2020

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CRISTEA ROBERTS GALLERY

43 Pall Mall, SW1Y 5JG
020 7439 1866

www.cristearoberts.com
info@cristearoberts.com

Open by appt only, Tue & Wed 11-4

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Click to enlargeBRIDGET RILEY : PRINTS 1962 - 2020
Sep 11 - Oct 17, 2020
The exhibition will focus on Riley’s printmaking oeuvre, bringing together over fifty years of her graphic works. These rarely exhibited works, which come directly from the artist’s archive, will be displayed alongside a new print edition that will be unveiled at the exhibition. The show at the Cristea Roberts Gallery follows Riley’s critically acclaimed 2019 painting retrospective at the Hayward Gallery, London and the National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh.
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CORNELIA PARKER : THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY
Oct 23 - Nov 21, 2020
Parker, who transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary, uses printmaking to produce something elusive and ephemeral, a quality unachievable in other media. The exhibition 'Through a Glass Darkly' will reveal over 25 new works which breathe life into inanimate quotidian objects.
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CUBITT GALLERY

8 Angel Mews, Islington, N1 9HH
0207 278 8226

www.cubittartists.org.uk
info@cubittartists.org.uk

Gallery temporarily closed; staff working remotely. See website for updates.

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Click to enlargeLANGUID HANDS X INSTITUTE OF ANYTHING
Jul 29, 2020 - Jul 30, 2030
VISUAL STORYTELLING WITH R.I.P. GERMAIN
A workshop for young people aged 16-24 who live or go to school in Islington
BST | 11am - 3.30pm Wednesday 29th July, Thursday 30th July, Friday 31st July
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R.I.P. GERMAIN : DEAD YARD
Sep 3 - Oct 25, 2020
R.I.P Germain’s Dead Yard explores multiple forms of death and mourning relating to the artist's personal experiences and the ongoing viscerality of Black life in the UK. In addition to literal explorations of death and mourning, the exhibition gestures towards psychological and philosophical types of death: ego death, social death, and the mourning associated with incarceration, martyrdom and near death experiences.
 
Dead Yard invites audiences into a space for listening; for Sonny, Lloyd and Imarl, for Daniel, Damien, Becky, Josh and Alicia; for those lost without names and for those yet to be lost; a space for grieving, mourning and ritual. Across 4 main works, including a durational sound work and sculptural installations, R.I.P. Germain honours those he has personally lost, lamenting the various ways in which Black people are denied the right to mourn, even as we are forced to confront death and dying in a world aggressively indifferent to our safety.
 
With intricate detail, Dead Yard redresses our collective relationship towards death in multiple forms. Audiences are invited to engage with the works, which pay respect to Caribbean mourning rituals: an altar of objects to ponder; perhaps a game of dominos; a library of radical literature from which to learn and question.
 
R.I.P. Germain is an interdisciplinary conceptual artist, archivist, lecturer and mentor. He focuses on disentangling the inner and outer wars that pertain to the Black male, through essays, interactive audiovisual installations and performances. His first solo exhibition Gidi Up was exhibited at Peak Gallery in 2018, and he presented Double 6, a collaborative performance alongside Ashley Holmes, in the former courtroom at Leeds Town Hall, commissioned by Poor Image Projects as part of Index Festival 2019. R.I.P. Germain's current practice lies in meditating on death as a construct, investigating the types of fallout that come with a physical death on individual and communal terms and radically positioning legacy preservation - as a process of activism - within works so as to convince society to reassess how it often chooses to negatively view, record and remember Black men once they have passed away.
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DEAD YARD
from 3 Sep
Luton-based artist R.I.P. Germain’s solo exhibitio​n ​Dead Yard​ ​explores multiple forms of death and mourning relating to the artist's personal experiences and the viscerality of Black life in the UK. In addition to literal explorations of death and mourning, the exhibition gestures towards psychological and philosophical types of death: ego death, social death, and the mourning associated with incarceration, martyrdom and near death experiences, through the mediums of painting, sound and sculptural installation. ​Dead Yard​ is accompanied by a library of books related to the themes of the exhibition, presented as a ritual display for visitors to engage with.

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THE CYNTHIA CORBETT GALLERY

By appt only, Wimbledon .
020 8947 6782 / 07939 085 076

www.thecynthiacorbettgallery.com
info@thecynthiacorbettgallery.com

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Click to enlargeTUËMA PATTIE
Oct 26 - 31, 2020
Our first retrospective for the wonderful Irish-born artist Tuëma Pattie
Tuëma Pattie (b. 1938) was born in Dublin and studied at the Belfast College of Art, the Central School of Art and Design and Morley College, London, Piers Ottey in Sussex and Robin Child in Devon.
Tuëma has exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition; the Royal Hibernian Summer Exhibition; the Cork Street Gallery; the Mall Gallery London; the Chichester Open; the Moncrief Bray Gallery, the Kevis House Gallery and the Rowntree Tryon Gallery all in Petworth; the East Hampshire Art Fair; the Jorgensen Gallery in Dublin and at Glyndebourne.
In her days in Belfast and London, she took advantage of urban scenes as her subject matter. She then had a long period in which she took time out to have two children and to support her husband in his career. This meant it was difficult to find the time for her beloved painting, as was the case for many women in that era.
With the move out of London in 1989, she did have the subsequent benefit of much foreign travel. Subject matter was carefully gathered with the resultant explosion of energy into her canvases, with paintings from the Galapagos, Antarctica, Spain, Italy and Uzbekistan as well as her beautiful West Sussex. It is from this period that she was able to develop into the world of experimental landscapes.
“To me, painting has always been an opportunity to interpret imaginatively what I see in front of me. The facts are there – it is how one brings them to life that matters”.

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DELLASPOSA GALLERY

2A Bathurst Street, W2 2SD
020 3286 1017

www.dellasposa.com
info@dellasposa.com

Tue-Sat 10-6, Sun by appt.

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TALES FROM THE COLONY ROOMS : ART AND BOHEMIA
Sep 15 - Dec 20, 2020
Tales from the Colony Rooms recounts the genesis of the modern and contemporary art scene that was cultivated by the artists who passed through the doors of the Colony Rooms, the infamous private members club for artists and writers in London. The exhibition presents works of art by Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, R. B. Kitaj, F. N. Souza, Frank Auerbach, John Deakin, Daniel Farson, Nina Hamnett, Isabel Rawsthorne, Michael Clark, Sir Peter Blake, Eduardo Paolozzi, Patrick Caulfield, Darren Coffield, Daniel Chadwick, Amelia Troubridge, David Bailey, and more.
The exhibition will be accompanied by the official release of the book, Tales from the Colony: Soho's Last Bohemia, by Darren Coffield. The book is an oral history, composed of previously unpublished and long-lost interviews with many of the protagonists and artists who were central to the bohemian art scene; giving the reader a real flavour of what it was like to frequent the Colony Rooms.

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DOMOBAAL

3 John Street, WC1N 2ES
+44 (0)7801 703 871

www.domobaal.com
mail@domobaal.com

Open by appointment only until the Autumn

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Click to enlargeMIHO SATO : FREEDOM
Sep 19 - Oct 24, 2020
Domo Baal is delighted to invite Miho Sato to present her fourth solo exhibition in the gallery: Freedom. Miho Sato last exhibited here ten years ago and this exhibition marks twenty years and the 125th exhibition in this space since the opening of the gallery in 2000.
 
Respecting the Covid–19 situation, there will be no evening opening. The artist will be present from noon until six for the first two days of the exhibition: Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 September. We ask all visitors to bring a mask to wear inside the gallery. We will provide alcohol gel cleanser and allow a maximum of four visitors at any one time in the gallery and building. Arrangements for the opening days will be confirmed again closer to the date.
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DRAWING ROOM

1-27 Rodney Place, Elephant and Castle, SE17 1PP
020 7708 2554

www.drawingroom.org.uk
mail@drawingroom.org.uk

Gallery temporarily closed; staff working remotely

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Click to enlargeNOT WITHOUT MY GHOSTS : THE ARTIST AS MEDIUM
Sep 10 - Nov 1, 2020
Drawing Room and Hayward Gallery Touring presents ​Not Without My Ghosts: The Artist As Medium,​ a major exhibition of artists and works inspired by mediumistic methodologies and their deep cultural history.
Bringing together more than 30 international artists from the 19th century to the present day, it explores the changing historical and aesthetic terms of artistic engagement with mediumship, from perceived spiritual inspiration and creation during séances and trances, to practices of automatism, channelling, and paranormal investigation, whilst also considering clairvoyant practices in relation to the history of feminism.

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