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INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS

The Mall, SW1Y 5AH
020 7930 3647

www.ica.art

Tue-Sun 12-9pm

undergroundCharing Cross undergroundPiccadilly Circus


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FRAMES OF REPRESENTATION 2019
Apr 12 - 20, 2019 FINAL WEEK
The fourth year of ICA's film festival, FRAMES of REPRESENTATION. This year’s thematic focus on decategorisation places film at the heart of a shared sense of urgency towards resisting centralizing and totalizing tendencies of thought.

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BERNARD JACOBSON GALLERY

28 Duke Street, St. James's, SW1Y 6AG
020 7734 3431

www.jacobsongallery.com
mail@jacobsongallery.com

Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-2

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Click to enlargeBRUCE MCLEAN : 5 DECADES OF SCULPTURE
Apr 26 - Jun 29, 2019
Bernard Jacobson Gallery is delighted to announce a special season of exhibitions, publications, film and performance, celebrating half a century of the creative output of Bruce McLean; one of the most important figures in British contemporary art. The season will include a two-part retrospective at Bernard Jacobson Gallery, the publication of a new book with essay by Mel Gooding and commentary by McLean and the premiere of a film by McLean and long-time ‘Nice Style’ collaborator, Gary Chitty, titled The Decorative Potential of Blazing Factories.

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JD MALAT GALLERY

30 Davies St, W1K 4NB
020 3746 6830

www.jdmalat.com
info@jdmalat.com

Mon-Sat 10-6

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Click to enlargeKATRIN FRIDRIKS : GREY AREA
Mar 8 - Apr 27, 2019 FINAL WEEK
Icelandic painter, Katrin Fridriks, brings her beautifully abstract show to London. A landmark exhibition, ‘GREY AREA’ will see Katrin become the first female artist to have her own solo show at the JD Malat Gallery - just in time for International Women’s Day on 8th March.
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JERWOOD ARTS

171 Union St, SE1 0LN
020 7654 0171

www.jerwoodarts.org
jva@jerwoodspace.co.uk

Mon-Fri 10-5, Sat-Sun 10-3

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JERWOOD/FVU AWARDS 2019 : GOING, GONE.
Apr 3 - Jun 2, 2019
Webb-Ellis, Richard Whitby.
The Jerwood/FVU Awards 2019: Going, Gone premieres two newly commissioned moving-image installations by Webb-Ellis and Richard Whitby, the recipients of this sixth edition of the Awards.
Responding to the curatorial theme of Going, Gone, the two works act as a barometer of the uncertain present (and unclear future) of contemporary Britain in the lead-up to its declared exit from the EU next spring.

RICHARD WHITBY IN CONVERSATION WITH NATASHA HOARE
Apr 29, 2019 7:00pm - 8:30pm talk/event
Richard Whitby in conversation with Natasha Hoare, Curator at Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art, discussing his latest moving image work The Lost Ones, commissioned for Jerwood/FVU Awards 2019: Going, Gone.
 
The Lost Ones follows a disparate group of individuals who are waiting to have their residency status assessed. They are people in limbo – whose personal circumstances or economic situations have been suddenly re-evaluated and whose future status now seems conditional on a test that they need to pass.
 
Richard Whitby is a video and performance artist, who lives and works in London. He often working with collaborators producing music, costumes and objects. Whitby studied at Wimbledon College of Art, Slade School of Art and took part in the LUX Associate Artists Programme 2012- 2013, completing a PhD in Humanities and Cultural Studies from the London Consortium in 2016. Recent presentations include GIVE GOOD, Twentyone, Southend (2018), The Jump Room, The Old Waterworks, Southend (2017), Jerwood Staging Series, Jerwood Arts, London (2017), Corrupt Blood Incident, South Kiosk, London. His book The Jump Room was published by The Old Waterworks in 2018. He is a member of the National Executive Committee for Artists’ Union England.
 
Natasha Hoare is Curator at Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art, London. She was previously a Curator at Witte de With Centre for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam (2014-18) and Assistant Curator for the Marrakech Biennale (2012-14). Independent curatorial projects include An unpredictable expression of human potential, Sharjah Biennale 13 (2017) and Self-Reflection; Mark Wallinger at the Freud Museum, London (2017). As a writer she has contributed to Frieze, ArtReview, Ibraaz, amongst others, and is contributing editor of ExtraExtra. She is the author of The New Curator (2016) published by Laurence King.
 
This talk is programmed as part of the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2019: Going, Gone exhibition, featuring two new moving-image commissions by Webb-Ellis and Richard Whitby. The galleries are open late before the event (5-7pm) giving you the chance to enjoy our exhibitions and refreshments.
 
This event is free to attend but capacity is limited. Book your place via Eventbrite.
jerwoodarts.org/exhibitionsandevents/events/richard-whitby-in-conversation-with-natasha-hoare

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JILL GEORGE GALLERY

At 30 Tottenham Street, Off Charlotte Street, W1T 4RJ
020 7439 7319

www.jillgeorgegallery.co.uk
info@jillgeorgegallery.co.uk

Mon-Sat 10.00 - 7.00 Sun 11.00 - 6.00

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JOSH LILLEY GALLERY

44-46 Riding House Street, W1W 7EX
020 7580 5677

www.joshlilleygallery.com
info@joshlilleygallery.com

Tue-Sat 11-6 & by appt

undergroundGoodge Street undergroundOxford Circus

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WORKS ON PAPER
Mar 25 - Apr 22, 2019 FINAL WEEK
Private view Wed Apr 24 6pm - 8pm

PREPARING FOR WHAT
Apr 26 - May 22, 2019
Private view Sat May 25 6pm - 8pm
“Preparing for What” is a group exhibition of new works on paper from six British painters born between 1981 and 1988. These artists form a loose, cable-knit klatch of friends, family, and peers at London art schools over the past fifteen years. The works on display describe the painter’s daily acts: experimentation; repetition; investigation; notation; practice.
Gabriella Boyd, Nick Goss, Jack Burton, Nicholas Hatfull, Phil Goss, Tom Anholt.

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JW3 - JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTRE

341-351 Finchley Road, NW3 6ET
020 7433 8988

www.jw3.org.uk
info@jw3.org.uk

Sun-Thur 9am-11pm, Fri 9am-various, Sat: various (see website for holiday hours)

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Click to enlargeCATHERINE YASS
Permanent installation
Decommissioned: JCC Commission, 2011. Duratrans transparency, lightbox. 17 lightboxes, dimensions variable.
Catherine Yass photographed the former car showroom and dance studios that used to stand on the JW3 site once they had been decommissioned and emptied. The resulting large-format transparencies were placed around the demolition site – on diggers, under girders, in piles of glass and rubble – and then retrieved some weeks later, after they had been damaged scratched, ripped, and transformed by colour reactions on the emulsion. The images have been placed in the new building in light boxes and are in Yass’ words “small windows into a past and interior world illuminated by imagination and memory”.

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KATE MACGARRY

27 Old Nichol Street, E2 7HR
020 7613 0515

www.katemacgarry.com
mail@katemacgarry.com

Wed-Sat 12-6 & by appt

undergroundLiverpool Street undergroundShoreditch High Street

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Click to enlargeMARCUS COATES : NEAR-LIFE EXPERIENCE
Apr 5 - May 18, 2019
Solo exhibition

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KELDER

Basement of Mercer & Co, 26A Chapel Market, N1 9EN

www.kelderprojects.com
studio@kelderprojects.com

Thur-Sun 12.00-17.00

undergroundAngel / Bus 19, 30, 38, 43, 73, 205, 214

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Click to enlargeMATTHEW VERDON: VESTIGIAL TRAITS AND EVOLUTIONARY SPANDRELS
Mar 8 - May 12, 2019
KELDER is pleased to present Vestigial Traits and Evolutionary Spandrels, a solo project by Matthew Verdon bringing together a body of new works that expand on his research into circulatory systems and hybridity functioning within an ecological framework. By placing disparate disciplines, histories and practices on a collision course, Verdon attempts to reveal their inter-connectedness through the application of various methodologies.

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KINGSGATE WORKSHOPS

110-116 Kingsgate Road, NW6 2JG
020 7328 7878

www.kingsgateworkshops.org.uk
office@kingsgateworkshops.org.uk

Thur-Sat 12-6

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MILLIMETRE02: THE RURAL COLLEGE OF ART - LEAVES
Mar 30 - Apr 27, 2019 FINAL WEEK

LORNA ROBERTSON, ROBERT MACBRYDE
Mar 30 - Apr 27, 2019 FINAL WEEK
Lorna Robertson, Robert MacBryde is the latest in a series of exhibitions that show works side-by-side made by artists working at different times, and through their juxtaposition forge unexpected or dynamic connections and conversations.
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Click to enlarge16:9 BILLBOARD - LAUREN GODFREY
Mar 30 - Apr 27, 2019 FINAL WEEK
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THE KOPPEL PROJECT CENTRAL

49 Poland St, W1F 7ND

www.thekoppelproject.com
info@thekoppelproject.com

Tue-Sat 10-6

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WATCHING THE WATCHERS
Apr 5 - May 3, 2019
(The Koppel Project Hive 26 Holborn Viaduct EC1A 2AT)

XHIBIT 2019
Apr 26 - May 11, 2019
Private view Thu Apr 25 6pm - 8pm
Showcasing the best emerging creatives from UAL.

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KOREAN CULTURAL CENTRE UK

Grand Buildings, 1-3 Strand, (Entrance: Northumberland Ave), WC2N 5BW
0207 004 2600

www.kccuk.org.uk
info@kccuk.org.uk

Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 11am-5pm.

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Click to enlargeMINHWA: THE BEAUTY OF KOREAN FOLK PAINTINGS
Apr 5 - May 18, 2019
The Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) presents Minhwa: The Beauty of Korean Folk Paintings, in partnership with Keimyung University Korean Minhwa Center, from 5th April 2019 to 18th May 2019. The exhibition introduces Minhwa, Korea’s traditional paintings each illustrating people’s hopes and dreams through unconventional but artistic expressions.
 
By definition, Minhwa is the artwork of the common people. Flourishing in the 19th century, Minhwa was widely created by unknown artisans to decorate homes and to celebrate joyful family occasions such as weddings and birthdays. Unlike the traditional court paintings of aristocrats, Minhwa depicted the unique representations of objects and scenery without any formality and disciplines, rather by embracing bold colours and a childish style. For that reason, Minhwa has traditionally been viewed as a secondary art form despite having such a rich tradition and widespread popularity. Nonetheless, the tradition of Minhwa has endured for centuries because it is seen to ‘touch the soul of the people’.
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KÖNIG LONDON

259 Old Marylebone Road, NW1 5RA
020 7258 3883

www.koeniglondon.co.uk
London@koeniglondon.co.uk

Wed-Sat 11-6 & by appt

undergroundMarylebone undergroundEdgware Road

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ROBERT JANITZ : CHANGE IN PARADISE
Mar 22 - May 4, 2019
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