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MAMOTH

3 Endsleigh Street, WC1H 0DS

mamoth.co.uk
contact@mamothcontemporary.com

Wed-Sat 12-5pm By appt.

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BRITTNEY LEEANNE WILLIAMS
to Jan 16, 2021
This Bitter Earth

AFTER IMAGE
Sep 26 - Nov 28, 2020 FINAL WEEK
Alvaro Barrington, Lydia Blakeley, Nicholas Cheveldave, Gina Fischli, Henrik Potter, Zeinab Saleh, Sherman Mern Tat Sam, Gal Schindler, Sean Steadman, Tom Worsfold, Joseph Yaeger, Vivien Zhang
 
'what painting really can do is represent, even theorize, the circulation of pictures – and by ‘pictures’ I mean commoditized images as they arise in mass media of all types ranging, in our period, from television to the internet. We know that appropriation was aimed at indexing the ‘life of pictures’. But it did so in a very severe way, which in fact made the displacement from one context to another – art to advertising, for instance – clean and unambiguous. Whereas in painting, what you see from Robert Rauschenberg to the present is that commoditized images are put into circulation in time and space, and move at different rates. Many of the questions animating conceptual art with regard to changing values of visual knowledge have been explored in painting, but I don’t think this has been sufficiently recognized'
 
- David Joselit

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MARIAN GOODMAN GALLERY

5-8 Lower John Street, W1F 9DY
020 7099 0088

www.mariangoodman.com
london@mariangoodman.com

Tue-Sat 11-5

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ROBERT SMITHSON : HYPOTHETICAL ISLANDS
Opens Dec 2020

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MARLBOROUGH

6 Albemarle Street, W1S 4BY
020 7629 5161

www.marlboroughgallery.com
london@marlboroughgallery.com

Mon-Fri 10-5, Sat by appt

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MASSIMO DE CARLO, LONDON

55 South Audley St, W1K 2QH
020 7287 2005

www.massimodecarlo.com
london@massimodecarlo.com

By appointment only

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MAUREEN PALEY

60 Three Colts Lane, E2 6GQ
020 7729 4112

www.maureenpaley.com
info@maureenpaley.com

London office hours: Mon–Fri 10–6

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GALERIE MAX HETZLER

First Floor, 41 Dover Street, W1S 4NS
020 7629 7733

www.maxhetzler.com
london@maxhetzler.com

Tuesday – Friday, 10am – 6pm
. Saturday 11am – 5pm

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Through November

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THE MAYOR GALLERY

21 Cork St, First Floor, W1S 3LZ
020 7734 3558

www.mayorgallery.com
info@mayorgallery.com

Mon-Fri 10-5.30

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Click to enlargeWAGEMAKER & SCHOONHOVEN : EARTH & LIGHT
Oct 20 - Dec 18, 2020
Joint exhibition of two Dutch masters in collaboration with Borzo Gallery, Amsterdam
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MAZZOLENI

27 Albemarle Street, W1S 4HZ
020 7495 8805

www.mazzoleniart.com
london@mazzoleniart.com

Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat by appt

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Click to enlargeROME – MILAN | SPACE AND COLOUR, RHYTHM AND MATTER
Oct 1 - Dec 5, 2020
Mazzoleni is delighted to announce the launch of the new exhibition season in its London gallery on 1 October 2020, with the group show Rome – Milan: Space and Colour, Rhythm and Matter. The show brings together a number of the leading figures of the Italian art scene that were operating in these two major Italian cities with works realised mainly between the 1950s and 1960s.
While Milan was principally associated with Northern European research, Rome created a bridge to the North American scene, bringing substantial innovations to the visual culture. There were numerous opportunities for debate and inter-connection between artists during major institutional events such as the Venice Biennale, group shows and art magazines produced in the 1950s and 1960s. The dialogue between Rome and Milan was in fact lively and continuous thanks to the work of galleries such as Galleria Appia Antica, Galleria del Milione, Galleria del Naviglio, Galleria La Tartaruga, Marlborough Gallery, Galerie Stadler, of which a number of the works in this exhibition come from. Furthermore, contemporary periodicals founded and edited by artists, such as Azimuth, Appia Antica, Il Gesto, L’esperienza moderna and L’Almanacco Letterario Bompiani, were national publications that offered annual overviews on cultural novelties.
 
Artists shown: Carla Accardi, Alberto Burri, Agostino Bonalumi, Giuseppe Capogrossi, Enrico Castellani, Dadamaino, Piero Dorazio, Lucio Fontana, Jannis Kounellis, Piero Manzoni, Fausto Melotti, Mario Schifano, Giulio Turcato.
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MIMOSA HOUSE

47 Theobalds Road, WC1X 8SP
07802 351 468

www.mimosahouse.co.uk
info@mimosahouse.co.uk

Wed-Sat 12–6

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Click to enlargeSYNCOPES
Opening post-lockdown measures
‘Syncopes’ is a multimedia group exhibition curated by Mimosa House founder Daria Khan and the first exhibition at Mimosa House’s new London gallery space at 47 Theobalds Road in Holborn. Running until 23 January 2021, ‘Syncopes’ will feature work from Chooc Ly Tan, Himali Singh Soin, Lala Rukh, Mira Calix, Ruth Beraha and Qian Qian.
 
A syncope is a multi-format ‘tender interval’ which can be described in music as an unstressed ‘empty’ beat which interrupts the expected rhythm; in linguistics as the suspension of a syllable, or a letter; in medicine as a partial or complete loss of consciousness. In this exhibition, syncope acts as a metaphor for rapture, delay, lacunae, and displacement. In the current condition of suspension and global standby, the syncope morphs into a series of new meanings, while reinstating the necessity of a break from growing pressures and acceleration.
 
The artists in the show will experiment with transcribing and anatomising sound, language and image. By employing algorithms and working through musical scores, the artworks attempt to capture time, measure closeness, and practice resistance, silence and deep listening.
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ML FINE ART

15 Old Bond Street, W1S 4AX
020 7493 1971

www.mlfineart.com

Mon-Fri 10-6 & Sat by appt

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Click to enlargeNOT MADE NOT CHOSEN NOT PRESENTED BY STUDIO FOR PROPOSITIONAL CINEMA
Nov 6 - Dec 4, 2020
Staged by Studio for Propositional Cinema. Contributions by ten modern and contemporary artists.
ML Fine Art presents twenty works by Emilio Prini (1943 – 2016), Italian artist from Stresa associated with Arte Povera. Through sculpture, photography and performance, Prini’s research documents the fracture of experience and existence in the documentation of reality, in the form of its certification, or as the physical manifestation of tautological propositions.
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MODERN ART

4-8 Helmet Row, EC1V 3QJ
020 7299 7950

www.modernart.net
info@modernart.net

Wed-Sat 12-5. Book your visit by email/phone

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RON NAGLE : LINCOLNSHIRE SQUIRE
Sep 10 - Dec 11, 2020

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MODERN ART

7 Bury Street, SW1Y 6AL
+44 (0)20 7299 7950

www.modernart.net
info@modernart.net

Wed-Sat, 12-5. Book your visit by phone/email

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MUCCIACCIA GALLERY

21 Dering Street, W1S 1AL
+442033023440

https://mucciaccia.com
london@mucciaccia.com

Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-6

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Click to enlargeSTEPHANE GRAFF : MILLE-FEUILLES & SUGAR BYTES
Oct 20, 2020 - Jan 8, 2021
Mucciaccia Gallery is pleased to present Stéphane Graff | Mille-Feuilles & Sugar Bytes, an exhibition of works on wood, each composed of numerous strips of wood, combining the disciplines of painting and sculpture. The Franco-British artist developed the Mille-Feuille technique of painting onto horizontal wooden strips that can slide and be repositioned in a kind of glitch style. Influenced by the psychoanalytical traditions of Freud and Jung, and scientific methods, Graff, regularly addresses themes of identity, concealment, memory and the sacred.

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NARRATIVE PROJECTS

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

www.narrativeprojects.com
info@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

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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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TYLER EASH: LOREUM
Nov 4 - Dec 19, 2020

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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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Click to enlargeRETURN TO SLYGO: NICHOLAS DALEY
Dec 2, 2020 - Jan 24, 2021
NOW Gallery is thrilled to welcome one of the UK’s most pioneering young fashion designers, Nicholas Daley, as its 2020 Fashion Commission. The fully immersive exhibition, RETURN TO SLYGO will celebrate the coming together of Nicholas’s multicultural Jamaican-Scottish roots with his passion for music in a multi-sensory installation.
 
A marriage of Nicholas’s three core values of community, culture and craftsmanship, the exhibition comes at a fitting moment of national healing and togetherness.
 
RETURN TO SLYGO will see the gallery transformed into a welcoming space for the local community and visitors alike to come, slow down and dwell. A nod towards his fine tailoring reputation and attention to beautiful woven fabrics, Nicholas’ vision will see the gallery floor covered in bespoke woven carpets that invite the visitor to enter the space, sit down and take in the surroundings at their own speed.
 
Bringing together his rich and diverse references and inspiration for his menswear designs, the backdrop of the exhibition will showcase a moodboard of different cultures allowing visitors to immerse themselves into his world where key archive imagery, family photos and iconic reggae club t-shirts will be on display.
 
A series of ‘illustrative vinyls’ will cover the windows creating an inhabited and fun front to the exhibition. Designed in collaboration with illustrator Gaurab Thalki, Nicholas’s message will stand proud on banners in his signature Nicholas Daly fabric hung from the 7 metre gallery ceiling. These banners highlight that the exhibition is a place for all to come and unite in a safe space beyond lockdown.
 
Offering an insight into Nicholas’s fierce sense of family and how his upbringing has had a powerful influence on his approach to fashion will be a key theme of the experience, with his family honoured throughout. Two films offer a vison of his parents in relation to his practice and how they influence him.
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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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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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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 FINAL WEEK
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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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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Click to enlargeSOPHIE BOUVIER AUSLÄNDER WORDS, WORKS, WORLDS
Oct 7 - Dec 12, 2020
Much time of Sophie Bouvier Ausländer’s past years has been dedicated to words, namely her PHD at Slade London, culminating in her doctoral thesis on the notion of tangibility, contemporary reliefs and continuous dimensions.
 
The topic ties in with Bouvier’s preeminent, multi-faceted interest in our planet as a sculpture, present in all her bodies of work, and underlines the importance of understanding our world from an artistic viewpoint. Making Worlds, the title of Daniel Birnbaum’s 2006 Biennale, expressed the desire to launch a new beginning from existing parameters, a credo Bouvier very much shares. To complement her thesis at Slade, Bouvier presented a work not surprisingly entitled Ways of World Making\Self Portrait.
 
A freestanding, octagonally shaped library, it consists of all the publications she read and researched to nourish her thesis. Every book has an individually created opening within a structure of connected yet moveable walls that can be experienced while navigating around it. An autobiographical sculpture, visually permeable, whose information is accessible beneath the surface, while having to dig deeper to explore its depths and mysteries.
 
Since Covid-19, Bouvier has worked on a new series entitled The Financial Times series, emulating the freer use of colour and gestures. Skin coloured papers, containing news on our global instability, are again covered, then harmed and laid bare, yet simultaneously recharged, rearranging our post-pandemic world and vision.

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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

Wed–Sat 12-6

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Click to enlargeSAVINDER BUAL ANANAS AND THE FLATFISH
Nov 7, 2020 - Jan 23, 2021
Savinder Bual is driven by a fascination with the illusory qualities inherent in cinema and early animation. She explores the interplay between the moving and the still, creating works that sit between the pre-cinematic and the digital. Her work also playfully addresses colonial histories and notions of inclusive narratives in today’s society. Bual will be showing new work and existing works combining film and kinetic sculpture.
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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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PIPER KEYS

58a Artillery Lane, E1 7LS

www.piperkeys.com
info@piperkeys.com

Please check dates and opening times on gallery website before visiting

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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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