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HALCYON GALLERY

144-146 New Bond St, W1S 2PF
020 7100 7144

www.halcyongallery.com
info@halcyongallery.com

Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 11-5

undergroundBond Street undergroundGreen Park


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HALES GALLERY

The Tea Building, 7 Bethnal Green Rd, E1 6LA
020 7033 1938

www.halesgallery.com
info@halesgallery.com

Wed-Sat 11-6

undergroundLiverpool Street undergroundShoreditch High Street

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VIRGINIA JARAMILLO
Jan 20 - Mar 4, 2017

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HAMILTONS GALLERY

13 Carlos Place, W1K 2EU
020 7499 9494

www.hamiltonsgallery.com
art@hamiltonsgallery.com

Tue-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-4

undergroundGreen Park undergroundBond Street

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Click to enlargeHERB RITTS : SUPER
Nov 25, 2016 - Mar 10, 2017
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HANDEL STREET PROJECTS

14 Florence Street, N1 2DX
020 7226 2119 / 07815 754 634

www.handelstreetprojects.com
info@handelstreetprojects.com

Wed-Fri 12-6, Sat 10-1 & by appt

undergroundAngel / Highbury & Islington / Bus 19, 30, 43

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Click to enlargeMARK FAIRNINGTON : THE WORM IN THE BUD
Feb 10 - Mar 18, 2017
Handel Street Projects is pleased to present four new paintings by Mark Fairnington. They all depict a vase of flowers in an unspecified space with no direct references to the interiors that they are in.
These are large paintings that inhabit the domestic rooms of the gallery with an outrageous assertiveness, exaggerating the monstrous complexity of the plant’s structure. The details of each bunch of flowers are rendered with obsessive, unnatural clarity and the titles reflect on the emotional implications of this overreaching realism: The Explosive Child, This Thing of Darkness, Sexual Anarchy and The Worm in the Bud. These are all titles of books that suggest an implied threat to established order, without that threat being specified or understood.

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HAUSER & WIRTH

23 Savile Row, W1S 2ET
0207 287 2300

www.hauserwirth.com
london@hauserwirth.com

Tue-Sat 10-6

undergroundOxford Circus undergroundPiccadilly Circus


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HERALD ST

2 Herald St, E2 6JT
020 7168 2566

www.heraldst.com
mail@heraldst.com

Wed-Fri 11-6, Sat-Sun 12-6

undergroundBethnal Green

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MATT PAWESKI
Jan 17 - Feb 26, 2017 FINAL WEEK

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HOLLYBUSH GARDENS

1-2 Warner Yard, EC1R 5EY
020 7837 5991

www.hollybushgardens.co.uk
info@hollybushgardens.co.uk

Tue-Fri 11-6, Sat 12-5

undergroundFarringdon, Chancery Lane, King's Cross / Bus 38, 55, 19, 243, 341,63, 45, 46, 17

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CONTACT GALLERY FOR INFORMATION
Jan+Feb

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PIPPY HOULDSWORTH GALLERY

6 Heddon Street, W1B 4BT
020 7734 7760

www.houldsworth.co.uk
gallery@houldsworth.co.uk

Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-5

undergroundPiccadilly Circus undergroundOxford Circus

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Click to enlargeTHE BRUCE HIGH QUALITY FOUNDATION : PEARLS
Feb 10 - Mar 11, 2017
Pippy Houldsworth Gallery is delighted to present a solo exhibition of new work by New York-based artist collective The Bruce High Quality Foundation.
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HUNDRED YEARS GALLERY

13 Pearson Street, E2 8JD
020 3602 7973

www.hundredyearsgallery.com
info@hundredyerasgallery.com

Wed - Fri 10-6, Sat 4-11, Sun 12-7

undergroundHoxton / Bus 394, 242, 243, 149

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Click to enlargeJULIA COLMENARES & ZOE SIMON : SALOMANIA
March 31 - April 9, 2017
Private view Thu Mar 30 6:30pm - 9:30pm
‘Salomania’ refers to the 20th century stereotype of the Femme Fatale embodied in the film noir classics of early cinema.
Both artists are concerned with finding visual narratives for female characters who are most usually seen as objects of pure fantasy, existing as a vessel for the viewer’s own desires and fantasies.
Yet neither artist seeks to offer verdicts or judgements, but to query the gaze, how the image is viewed, and by whom: from a stance of control and power or submission, double identification or voyeurism, prompting the question whether female representations of women as sexual collude or conform to the masculine objectification of women or exert the other as sexually free, outside essentialism or a socially fabricated gender.

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IBID GALLERY

27 Margaret Street, W1W 8RY
020 7637 8773

www.ibidgallery.com
info@ibidgallery.com

Tue-Fri 11-6, Sat 12-6

undergroundOxford Circus

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ICA, INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS

The Mall, SW1Y 5AH
020 7930 3647

www.ica.org.uk

Tue-Sun 11-6 (Thur 11-9). Day membership £1 (FREE Tuesdays, members & concs.)

undergroundCharing Cross undergroundPiccadilly Circus


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SONIA BOYCE : WE MOVE IN HER WAY
Feb 1 - Apr 2, 2017
Sonia's Boyce's new body of of multimedia interdisciplinary work, created especially for the ICA.
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Click to enlargeHELEN JOHNSON : WARM TIES
Feb 1 - Apr 2, 2017
Helen Johnson presents her first public solo exhibition, exploring the effects of British colonialism on Australia and its people.
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BERNARD JACOBSON GALLERY

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

www.jacobsongallery.com
mail@jacobsongallery.com

Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-2

undergroundPiccadilly Circus undergroundGreen Park


Click to enlargeCARO, DENNY, SMITH, VAUX
Feb 2 - Mar 4, 2017
Bernard Jacobson Gallery is delighted to present its upcoming exhibition ‘Caro, Denny, Smith, Vaux’, including works by gallery artists Anthony Caro, Robyn Denny, Richard Smith and Marc Vaux. The show will include paintings and sculptures from the ‘60s and ‘70s, as well as from more recent years.

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JEROME ZODO GALLERY

25-26 Dering Street, W1S 1AT
020 7629 8154

www.jerome-zodo.com
info@jerome-zodo.com

Mon-Sat 10-6

undergroundOxford Circus undergroundBond Street

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WE ARE RELOCATING!
Feb 1 - Mar 1, 2017
We are delighted to announce that Jerome Zodo Gallery will soon be moving to 1 Hay Hill, London W1J 6AS.
 
More information to follow.

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JERWOOD SPACE

171 Union St, SE1 0LN
020 7654 0171

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

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

undergroundSouthwark undergroundLondon Bridge


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Click to enlargePROJECT SPACE : SOHEILA SOKHANVARI, PARADISE LOST
Jan 9 - May 13, 2017
Soheila Sokhanvari’s multidisciplinary work weaves layers of political histories with bizarre, mysterious and often humorous narratives that she leaves open to viewers to complete. She is currently a studio artist at Wysing Arts Centre (since 2013), has exhibited extensively throughout Europe and the Middle East.

JERWOOD SOLO PRESENTATIONS 2017
Jan 18 - Feb 26, 2017 FINAL WEEK
New works by Anna Bunting-Branch, Imran Perretta and Ben Burgis & Ksenia Pedan presented as three solo presentations at Jerwood Space. These commissions comment on separate but equally pertinent socio-political issues.
 
Anna Bunting-Branch uses science fiction as a methodology to re-vision feminism and its histories, re-mixing elements from a range of sources to generate new and imaginative resonances.
 
Imran Perretta’s work takes a personal narrative as a starting point and reflects on wider questions surrounding identity, cultural histories and the violence of state surveillance.
 
Ben Burgis & Ksenia Pedan are presenting Victoria Deepwater Terminal Estate Gallery, a sculptural installation and performance space comprising a showroom for a stunning 2 bed sewer conversion.
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NATIVE TONGUE READING GROUP #2
Feb 20, 2017 6:30pm - 8:00pm talk/event
Anna Bunting-Branch uses science fiction as a methodology to re-vision feminism and its histories, remixing elements from a range of sources to generate new and imaginative resonances. Her work, exhibiting as part of the Jerwood Solo Presentations 2017, draws inspiration from the work of linguist and science fiction writer Suzette Haden Elgin. In a decade-long thought experiment, Elgin crafted a feminist constructed language named LŠadan, which was disseminated through a series of sf novels. The Native Tongue trilogy, published between 1984 and 1994, created a storyworld around LŠadan and introduced this “women’s language” to a community of fans.
 
To coincide with her commission two reading group sessions provide the opportunity to read and discuss selected chapters from the Native Tongue trilogy. This session is the second. Following the model of feminist small-group consciousness raising, participants will be invited to reflect on what this future-oriented story from the past can offer to present-day feminist thinking, and how Elgin’s visions of the future might be re-imagined in the context our own contemporary experiences.
Participants are asked to read the texts beforehand. To book a free place and receive a PDF please email lauren.houlton@jerwoodspace.co.uk

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JESSICA CARLISLE

4 Mandeville Place, W1U 2BF
07446 482 169

www.jessicacarlisle.com
info@jessicacarlisle.com

Tue-Sat 12-6 & by appt

undergroundBond Street

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Click to enlargeVERONICA SMIRNOFF : THE GREATER AND LESSER WAYS
Feb 8 - Mar 4, 2017
The works in ‘The Greater and the Lesser Ways’ explore themes of folklore, the experience of places, ancient topography and the iconographical elements of imagery.

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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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A NEW KITCHEN SINK
Feb 23 - Mar 24, 2017
Private view Thu Feb 23 6pm - 8pm
The so-called Kitchen Sink Painters depicted life under austerity in postwar Britain, and dealt in accumulation: a loyalty to detail (the way a join works in a cheap flat matters); an aversion to editing (a half-finished bowl of cornflakes shouldn’t be finished or filled); a building-up of paint (work it until it takes on its weight in the world). In the 1954 essay that christened the school, David Sylvester described their work as 'inventory'. Take what’s on the table. That’s our life.

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ANNELY JUDA FINE ART

4th Flr, 23 Dering St, W1S 1AW
020 7629 7578

www.annelyjudafineart.co.uk
ajfa@annelyjudafineart.co.uk

Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-5

undergroundBond Street undergroundOxford Circus

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RICHARD WILSON : STEALING SPACE
Jan 26 - Mar 25, 2017

DAVID HOCKNEY : DIGITAL DRAWINGS
Jan 26 - Mar 25, 2017

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