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NARRATIVE PROJECTS

110 New Cavendish Street, Fitzrovia, W1W 6XR
020 7637 9715

www.narrativeprojects.com
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NEW ART PROJECTS

6d Sheep Lane, E8 4QS
020 7249 4032

www.newartprojects.com
info@newartprojects.com

Wed-Fri 11-6, Sat 12-5 & by appt

undergroundCambridge Heath / bus394,26,48,55,106,254,388,D6

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ZACHARI LOGAN : TALES FROM THE BONE GARDEN
Sep 3 - Oct 24, 2020
We are delighted to announce our third solo show by Canadian Artist Zachari Logan. For this new exhibition he has created new works that fit into two distinct categories. The first is his response to the corvid 19 pandemic, and he has created a series of beautiful drawings based around the sentence “go back inside”. As part of his considering the impact of the virus, Logan has imagined a “Bone Garden” where his signature wildflowers become combined with skeletons. The second series is a stunning continuation of his “wild man” series and here the wild man is seen involved in shamanic magic, casting spells and holding the delicate balance between man and nature in his furry hands.

Click to enlargeFREDRIK SVEN KNUT ANDERSSON
Oct 29 - Dec 19, 2020
We are delighted to welcome Fredrik Andersson back to New Art Projects after his amazing inclusion in our group show “Transformations”. For this solo project we have commissioned Andersson to explore his sculptural ambitions and to present a new and unique set of ceramic works at the gallery. His largest works to date, these pieces represent his commitment to queer culture, and explore themes he has established in his well know comics, posters T-Shirts and planters.

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NICOLETTI CONTEMPORARY

12A Vyner Street, E2 9DG
07850 067 181

www.nicoletticontemporary.com
info@nicoletticontemporary.com

Tue-Sat 11-6

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BORIS CAMACA: ROOM OF SOLITUDE
Sep+Oct

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NOW GALLERY

The Gateway Pavilions, Peninsula Square, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0SQ
020 3770 2212

www.nowgallery.co.uk
info@nowgallery.co.uk

Mon-Fri 10-7, Sat-Sun 11-4

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SLICES OF TIME : EMMANUELLE MOUREAUX
Feb 5 - Sep 27, 2020 FINAL WEEK
Emmanuelle Moureaux has been seducing audiences with her colourful installations from Paris to Tokyo. The complexity and delightful aesthetic fills space with cut out coloured paper to create a world where the essence of every carefully considered colour can be appreciated. NOW Gallery, as part of its on-going Design Commission, selected Moureaux to present a large-scale installation in the UK for the first time. Inspired by the gallery’s location on the Greenwich Peninsula, near to the Meridian, marking time and composed of layers of numbers in 100 shades of colours and white, the installation expresses the flow of time. Each layer of numbers reflects the now, the past and the future, the exhibition will be a round representation of the earth floating in the gallery space. A moment, a slice of time. Creating dates to be acknowledged and a moment to think about ourselves in contemplation with the now.

Click to enlargeSECRET 7"
Oct 14 - Nov 1, 2020
Private view Tue Oct 13 6pm - 9pm
NOW Gallery will be hosting the seventh and final Secret 7” exhibition, with leading names from the worlds of music and art collaborating to produce 700 one-of-a-kind 7” singles to benefit Help Refugees, hosted in partnership with Columbia Records and Camden Town Brewery.
 
Secret 7”, the much-loved anonymous charity record sleeve sale, will return for its seventh event following a hiatus in 2019.NOW Gallery will be transformed with a display of 700 records each with individual sleeve designs.
 
The records are created by pressing seven iconic tracks onto 7” vinyl, with each track being limited to just 100 copies.
 
Creatives around the world – from talented newcomers to some of the world’s greatest artists – submit sleeve artwork for the 700 records creating one-of-a-kind collectables that appeal to hardcore fans, record collectors and art connoisseurs alike. Sleeve design submissions are now open: www.secret-7.com. The 700 records will be exhibited at NOW Gallery before they are made available to buy. The identities of their creators remain a secret until the record is in their new owner’s hands. Throughout its history, Secret 7” has attracted a wide variety of influential contributors. Participating musicians have included The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Lorde and Public Enemy, while artwork has been provided by the likes of Sir Peter Blake, Yoko Ono, Sir Paul Smith, and Jake and Dinos Chapman. The 2020 tracks span a variety of genres and 54 years of music history, from all-time classics from Aretha Franklin and Bob Dylan to more recent releases from Koffee and Vampire Weekend. Foo Fighters celebrate their 25th anniversary by taking their story back to the beginning as they provide their official debut single This Is A Call. This will be the final Secret 7” event in its current guise.

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NUNNERY GALLERY

183 Bow Road, Bow, E3 2SJ
020 8980 7774

www.bowarts.org
nunnery@bowarts.com

Gallery reopening in September. Tue-Sun 11-4

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Click to enlargeVISIONS IN THE NUNNERY WITH HETAIN PATEL & NYE THOMPSON
Sep 24 - Dec 13, 2020
Visions is a renowned showcase of moving image, digital and performance art, showing every other year at the Nunnery Gallery.
Offering an informed overview of the provocative and quick-changing mediums of moving image and performance, exhibition works are selected from across the world to be shown along side three lead artists: Hetain Patel, Nye Thompson and Benedict Drew. All drawing on the unique possibilties of digital art, the work of Patel, Thompson and Drew will galvanise the 2020 exhibition, which promises to be a meaningful and telling exploration.
The full artist list will be announced shortly following selection from the international open call.
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OCTOBER GALLERY

24 Old Gloucester Street, WC1N 3AL
020 7242 7367

www.octobergallery.co.uk
art@octobergallery.co.uk

Tue–Sat 12.30–5.30 or by appt

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Click to enlarge TIAN WEI
Sep 3 - 26, 2020 FINAL WEEK
In this Focus presentation, October Gallery will exhibit a selection of artworks by Tian Wei, renowned for his striking monochromatic canvases in bold colours that explore the written word and the plasticity of meaning.
Both theoretically and formally, Tian Wei’s work constructs a bridge between things that appear as polar opposites or complementary pairs. Using the Chinese idea of contraries held in balance (yin and yang), words and quotations in minute script fill the backdrop of Tian’s paintings, forming a patterned ground on which larger semi-abstract shapes are drawn. On trying to read these foregrounded lines as Chinese characters, however, anyone familiar with Chinese ideographic script is soon frustrated, since the unfamiliar writing can only be resolved in English. In fact, the cursive lines spell out simple English words, such as ‘sexy,’ ‘soul’ and ‘red.’ These selected English adjectives and nouns represented in Chinese calligraphic style give the viewer insight into the artist’s lived experience of an emerging synergy between eastern and western sensibilities.

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OLIVIER MALINGUE

143 New Bond Street, First Floor, W1S 2TP
020 3621 2730

www.oliviermalingue.com
info@oliviermalingue.com

Mon-Fri 10-6 & by appt.

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Click to enlargeNUDE
Sep 21 - Dec 11, 2020
Olivier Malingue is pleased to the exhibition 'Nude', including works by Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali, Paul Delvaux, Marlene Dumas, Jean Fautrier, Lucian Freud, Maximilien Luce, Henri Laurens, Baltasar Lobo, Roberto Matta, Henry Moore, Grayson Perry, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Judit Reigl and Kees Van Dongen.
 
The exhibition will explore the role the nude has played in influencing and informing artistic production from the end of the 19th century until today. In the context of modern and contemporary art history, artists have felt compelled to confront this theme by employing both figurative and abstract styles and experimenting with various media and techniques. The exhibition at Olivier Malingue will present different artistic interpretations of the nude, while giving the audience the freedom to analyse the differences and analogies between the different forms of nude presented.
 
The works featured in the exhibition present the interaction between idealised and stylised forms of nudity in relation to the anatomical features of the human body. At the same time, each work includes the artist's fantasies and conceptions gravitating around the idea of the nude. What emerges from the exhibition is that there isn't a traditional or standard manner of representing the nude, or for elevating its status from a physical to an ideal phenomenon. In fact, each work on view embodies a different perspective on the theme: from Picasso using the nude to subvert the norms of romantic relationships, to Delvaux and Matta both depicting the human body as an extension of the human subconscious. While Reigl used her pictorial language to represent the muscular strength of the male body, this is in direct contrast with Laurens, who explored the sinuous forms of the female body.
 
Presenting different ways of engaging with the theme of the nude, the exhibition also highlights how each artist considers the nude as a visual equation between the architectural features of the body and the psychology of human emotions.
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PACE

6 Burlington Gardens, W1S 3ET
020 3206 7600

www.pacegallery.com
londoninfo@pacegallery.com

Gallery closed until further notice; staff working remotely

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TREVOR PAGLEN : BLOOM
Sep 10 - Nov 10, 2020
London—Pace is pleased to return to its physical space with an exhibition of new works by American artist Trevor Paglen. Held both at 6 Burlington Gardens and on the gallery’s digital platform, Bloom will be presented from 10 September to 10 November 2020 and explores Paglen’s central themes of artificial intelligence, the politics of images, facial recognition technologies, and alternative futures. This is Pace’s second exhibition with the artist. It will coincide with two solo exhibitions presented at The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh (4 September 2020 – 14 March 2021) and at OGR Turin (10 October 2020 – 10 January 2021).
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PANGOLIN LONDON

Kings Place, 90 York Way, N1 9AG
020 7520 1480

www.pangolinlondon.com
gallery@pangolinlondon.com

Open by appt Tue & Thurs 10-4. Call or email to book an appointment

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PANGOLIN LONDON SCULPTURE TRAIL
Apr 1 - Dec 1, 2020
Pangolin London’s Sculpture Trail includes large scale works by a host of artists both within the building and canalside at Kings Place and is fast developing a reputation as one of the UK’s most dynamic Sculpture Trails.
Currently on the trail are works by: Bruce Beasley, Jon Buck, Geoffrey Clarke, Terence Coventry, Steve Dilworth, Zachary Eastwood-Bloom, David Mach, Charlotte Mayer, and William Tucker.
Please contact Pangolin London for further details and sales enquiries.

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PARAFIN

18 Woodstock Street, W1C 2AL
020 7495 1969

www.parafin.co.uk
info@parafin.co.uk

By appt Wed-Sat 12-4

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NANCY HOLT : POINTS OF VIEW
Sep 26 - Nov 14, 2020

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PATRICK HEIDE CONTEMPORARY ART

11 Church St, NW8 8EE
020 7724 5548

www.patrickheide.com
info@patrickheide.com

Open by appointment

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SOPHIE BOUVIER AUSLÄNDER
Sep 23 - Oct 20, 2020

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PAUL COULON

15 Old Bond Street, W1S 4AX
020 7493 0700

www.paulcoulon.com
office@paulcoulon.com

Open by appt.

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PEER

97/99 Hoxton St, N1 6QL
020 7739 8080

www.peeruk.org
info@peeruk.org

Reopening 16 July 2020, Wed–Sat 12-6

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Click to enlargeKATHY MACCARTHY : BELLOWED CALL
Sep 11 - Oct 24, 2020
Kathy MacCarthy grew up in post-industrial Liverpool in the 1960s and 70s. Her memory of the landscape of abandoned domestic and manufacturing buildings throughout the city, coupled with the development of her interest in the body as form and mass has continued to provide a rich foundation for her work.
All of the sculptures at PEER have been produced in the past five years. Many of them obliquely reference vessel shapes – a vase, jug or amphora perhaps – but MacCarthy distorts, mutates and renders them useless. Some of these shapes look collapsed, exhausted and lie prostrate. Undulating glazed or unglazed ceramic have the look of folds of flesh or, conversely, suggest the mass-defying rippling of rolling hills.
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THE PHOTOGRAPHERS' GALLERY

16-18 Ramillies Street, W1F 7LW
020 7087 9300

www.tpg.org.uk
info@tpg.org.uk

Tue-Sat 11-7. Advance booking required.

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Click to enlargeFROM HERE TO ETERNITY. SUNIL GUPTA. A RETROSPECTIVE.
Oct 9, 2020 - Jan 24, 2021
The first major retrospective of UK based photographer, Sunil Gupta (b. 1953, New Delhi India) and offers a complex and layered view of Gupta's unique transcontinental photographic vision.

EVGENIA ARBUGAEVA : HYPERBOREA - STORIES FROM THE RUSSIAN ARCTIC
Oct 9, 2020 - Jan 24, 2021
Hyperborea - Stories from the Russian Arctic marks the first major UK exhibition of the award-winning Russian photographer, Evgenia Arbugaeva.
“I have always been fascinated by early maps of Hyperborea and the way the Arctic was alive in people's imagination before they even set foot there. It continues to be associated with the magical and sublime.”
- Evgenia Arbugaeva
Featuring new work commissioned by National Geographic in 2019, alongside a previous series, Hyperborea is the culmination of a long-term project (begun in 2013) focused on the remote land and people of the Russian Arctic.

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PI ARTWORKS

55 Eastcastle St, W1W 8EG
020 7637 8403

www.piartworks.com
london@piartworks.com

Tue-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-6

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Click to enlargeREMEMBERING THE FUTURE
Jul 30 - Sep 26, 2020 FINAL WEEK
Pi Artworks London is excited to announce Nancy Atakan’s solo exhibition Remembering the Future as part of London Collective on Vortic Collect.
 
Using lace, cloth cut outs, thread drawings, photographs, and antique textiles from her personal collection, in a new series of needlework pieces Atakan continues with and expands upon the topics of the relationship between word and image, storytelling, female experiences, globalization and gentrification.
 
Atakan used her small home studio to produce this body of work during the three and a half month 2020 Covid-19 lockdown. As she read, wrote, sewed, imagined and looked out onto the flowers on her terrace and the trees in Macka Park in Istanbul, she became convinced that the key to the survival of future generations rested with learning from the vegetal world.
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"EXTROSPECTION"
Oct 1 - Nov 14, 2020
Private view Thu Oct 1 3pm - 8pm
EXTROSPECTION brings together works from Fiona Banner, Barry Flanagan, Toby Tobias Kidd, John Latham, Cally Spooner, Anne Tallentire.
 
Conceptual art was an international movement and, after New York, London was an important centre. The artists selected for EXTROSPECTION all have a strong link to London. They are drawn from different generations, from those instrumental in establishing conceptual art as a discipline to those active today.
 
Over the years the term Conceptual art has come to be used as a popular catchall for everything that isn't conventional painting and sculpture. But did Conceptual art actually die in the 70s? Or has it survived as a distinct discipline formed by the extrospective consideration of things external to the artist - putting ideas about art and its place in the world over the artists’ mental and emotional processes?
EXTROSPECTION runs between 1 October - 14 November 2020. For more information and all enquiries please contact Pi Artworks London at london@piartworks.com
 
About Curator David Thorp
David Thorp is an independent curator. He has been the Director of Chisenhale Gallery, London; The Showroom, London; The South London Gallery; Curator of Contemporary Projects at the Henry Moore Foundation and International Adjunct Curator PS1 MoMA, New York. He was Curator of GSK Contemporary at the Royal Academy of Arts, London in 2008/09, and Curator of the annual Sculpture Park for the Frieze Art Fair in London from 2005 -2011. As well as working on a variety of contemporary art projects for a portfolio of arts organisations, he has held senior positions at the ICA, London, and Modern Art Oxford. Thorp writes extensively on contemporary art and has sat on numerous juries for art awards including the Turner Prize, UK in 2004.
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PIPER KEYS

58a Artillery Lane, E1 7LS

www.piperkeys.com
info@piperkeys.com

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ROBERT FILBY
Oct 10 - Nov 8, 2020
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PROJECT NATIVE INFORMANT

Dressage Court, 58-64 Three Colts Lane, E2 6GP
020 8133 8887

www.projectnativeinformant.com
write@projectnativeinformant.com

By appt only (pre-book online)

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RIBA, ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS

66 Portland Place, W1B 1AD
020 7580 5533

www.architecture.com
info@riba.org

London RIBA buildings are currently closed due to Covid19.

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Click to enlargeRIBA DURING CORONAVIRUS
ongoing - check website for updates
Please see our website for online activities.
Browse RIBApix - RIBA’s image library of over 100,000 photographs and drawings from the RIBA Collections, available to view, buy and download - www.architecture.com/image-library

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RICHARD SALTOUN

41 Dover Street, W1S 4NS
020 7637 1225

www.richardsaltoun.com
info@richardsaltoun.com

Open by appointment

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BOB LAW : IDEAS, ENERGIES, TRANSMUTATIONS
Sep 3 - Oct 29, 2020
Richard Saltoun Gallery opens to the public for the first time in six months with an exhibition of work by the British conceptual artist Bob LAW (b. 1934 - d. 2004). Beginning in the late 1950s, Law developed an abstract vocabulary that was rooted in corporeal experience yet oriented toward metaphysical concerns. Audacious in their minimalism, his drawings and paintings were shown alongside works by Jo Baer, Sol LeWitt, Robert Mangold and Robert Ryman in the early 1970s. Unlike these New York-based artists, however, Law's work evolved out of an engagement with the English landscape and an esoteric range of interests including alchemy, nature mysticism, numerology, and palaeontology. Curated by the art historian Anna Lovatt, this exhibition demonstrates how Law invested austere forms with affective, wry, or whimsical qualities, contributing to a re-enchantment of abstract art that has continued since his death in 2004.

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ROBILANT+VOENA

38 Dover St, W1S 4NL
020 7409 1540

www.robilantvoena.com
art@robilantvoena.com

Open by appt. only

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ROCKET

4-6 Sheep Lane, E8 4QS
020 72548391

www.rocketgallery.com
gallery@rocketgallery.com

Friday & Saturday 12-5 & by appointment

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RODEO

12a Bourdon Street, Mayfair, W1K 3PG
020 7439 9777

www.rodeo-gallery.com
info@rodeo-gallery.com

Open from 2 July, 11–6

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Click to enlargeSIDSEL MEINECHE HANSEN : HOME VS OWNER
Oct 3 - Nov 14, 2020

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RONCHINI GALLERY

22 Dering Street, W1S 1AN

www.ronchinigallery.com
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Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat by appt

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GALERIE THADDAEUS ROPAC LONDON

Ely House, 37 Dover Street, W1S 4NJ
020 3813 8400

www.ropac.net
london@ropac.net

Tue-Sat 10-6

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A FOCUS ON PAINTING
Sep 12 - Oct 21, 2020
A Focus on Painting, curated by Julia Peyton-Jones, the gallery’s Senior Global Director: Special Projects. The exhibition will feature four artists from different generations and at different points in their careers: Alvaro Barrington, Mandy El-Sayegh, Rachel Jones and Dona Nelson.

Click to enlargeOLIVER BEER : OMA
Sep 12 - Oct 24, 2020
Oliver Beer’s new exhibition Oma will present a new sound installation alongside sculptural wall works that are steeped in musical inheritance and exchange. Following the artist's solo exhibition Vessel Orchestra at the Met Breuer, New York in 2019, the forthcoming exhibition will transform the Ely Gallery into a space where the sacred and domestic seem to intermingle.

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ROSENFELD

37 Rathbone Street, W1T 1NZ
020 7637 1133

www.galleryrosenfeld.com
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Tue-Sat 11-6

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BETWEEN THE FORCEPS AND THE STONE
Jul 23 - Sep 26, 2020 FINAL WEEK
‘I know no one is going to show me everything,
We all come and go unknown
Each so deep and superficial,
Between the forceps and the stone.’
- Joni Mitchell ‘Hejira’
 
Although these words by the Canadian poet, singer and songwriter relate to human beings and the impossibility that any single person can convey all the ultimate truths about life, it applies equally well to our extraordinarily multifarious contemporary art world.
This exhibition will bring together 5 artists hailing from 5 different countries and will cover painting, both abstract and figurative, sculpture and installation. Each quite distinct, they will, in, an inevitably restricted way, illustrate a few of the many, many truths which exist in today’s contemporary art cornucopia. Although there are inevitably connections between some of them, such as the importance of nature, no one element unites all five. If one lived in fourteenth century Florence, the absolute harbinger of artistic truth would have been Giotto. Likewise Leonardo and Michelangelo in the following two centuries. Similarly Titian in sixteenth century Venice and Velazquez in seventeenth century Spain. Although less so in his lifetime, Rembrandt is the epitome of artistic truth for seventeenth century Holland.
 
However, today no one figure holds the beacon to being that symbol of absolute artistic veracity and that makes our contemporary world far more difficult to decipher from an artistic point of view but ultimately both more intrinsically fascinating whilst also being truer to our human existence. In a world where many of the most industrialised nation’s leaders masquerade false truths as definitive and objective, the contemporary art world is a beacon for absolute freedom with a multitude of voices from all over the world displaying their own particular understanding of what is truth for them, and where we, as individuals, must each of us discover what resonates within us and thus negotiate our own personal paths.
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Click to enlargeNDIDI EMEFIELE : HERE AS IN HEAVEN
Oct 1 - Nov 13, 2020

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