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NAHMAD PROJECTS

2 Cork Street, W1S 3LB
020 7494 2577

www.nahmadprojects.com
info@nahmadprojects.com

Tue-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-5

undergroundGreen Park or Piccadilly Circus / Bus 9, 19, 22, 38

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NARRATIVE PROJECTS

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

www.narrativeprojects.com
info@narrativeprojects.com

Tue-Sat 11-6

undergroundOxford Circus undergroundGreat Portland Street


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Click to enlargeCARLOS NORONHA FEIO
Mar 22 - May 5, 2018
In his second solo exhibition at the gallery, Noronha Feio expands on one of the most significant sides of his practice, a series of rugs made in Arraiolos (Portugal) with the traditional technique and inspired by the iconography of the war rugs of Afghanistan.
 
Noronha Feio’s artistic practice spans across a range of different mediums from painting and drawing to textile, animation and sound installations. Such diverse experience of the possibilities of each medium helps the artist to transcend constrains of tradition, using a more open approach to the rigid rules of composition and ornamentation present in the traditional rugs from Arraiolos. The four, large, new rug works produced for the exhibition demonstrate a more pictorial approach to the composition. The strict rules are abandoned here in favour of free image construction more akin to painting.
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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 / Bus 394,26,48,55,106,254,388,D6

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Click to enlargeJAMES CROWTHER : WORKING BRITAIN
Mar 8 - Apr 28, 2018 FINAL WEEK
During 2017 and working in the shadows of the Brexit negotiations, James Crowther has taken a fresh look at the people who keep Britian moving. Not the businessmen or politicians, but the skilled and dedicated multi-job workers who make Britain function today. He has made a series of portraits of working Britain, illuminating the people who we once categorized as faceless “blue collar” or “manual” workers.

ADAM HENNESSEY : PIGEON TO DOVE
Mar 8 - Apr 28, 2018 FINAL WEEK
Hennessey has made nine new small canvasses exploring a change of scale that began in his 2016 painting “Fat Lamb”. In these new works he has looked at his application of paint and, making reference to his comics and his works on paper has included a new ‘drawn’ quality.
This is particularly visible in “Sugar Daddy: and “Sheepy”. There is also a plethora of cunning and surrealistic humour to be found. In “Cabbage” an eye stares out balefully and in “Pizza” a slice of reverse pepperoni seems to be levitating above the pavement.
Hennessey has also produce a beautiful new print, entitled “Counting to Ten” each of the edition is a hand screened lino cut, embellished with nail varnish.

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NO 20

20 Cross Street, N12BG
0207 226 9083

no20arts.com
info@no20arts.com

Tue – Sun 10-6

undergroundHighbury & Islington undergroundAngel


Click to enlargeIAN EMES : ECHOES
Apr 20 - Jun 3, 2018
An in-depth exploration of Emes’ fascination with the symbiosis between moving images and sound. The exhibition begins at the pivotal moment in 1972 when his experimental films transitions Pink Floyd from random lighting effects to synchronised film sequences.
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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

undergroundNth Greenwich / Bus 108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472, 486


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NUNNERY GALLERY

181 Bow Rd, E3 2SJ
020 8980 7774

http://bowarts.org/nunnery
nunnery@bowarts.com

Tue-Sun 10-5

undergroundBow Road/Bow Church / Bus 8, 25, 108, 205, 276


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Click to enlargeRAW MATERIALS: TEXTILES
Apr 18 - Jun 24, 2018
The Raw Materials project traces the industrial history of east London along the River Lea, supported by The National Lottery with funds awarded through the Heritage Lottery Fund. This year the project has followed textiles, exploring a history of silk-weaving, calico printing, jute spinning and the invention of dye colours. Visit to discover and remember these newly unearthed histories of east London.
 
The exhibition includes loans of historic fabric produced in the area – including a Georgian calico from Old Ford courtesy of the V&A and a River Lea-inspired design by William Morris – alongside newly commissioned contemporary work from resident artists Freya Gabie and Sarah Desmarais. The show is accompanied by a lively event programme, including walking and boat tours, artist-led workshops and panel discussions.
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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 & by appt

undergroundHolborn / Russell Square / Bus 38, 24, 19, 55, 168, 188

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PORTAL
Mar 8 - May 5, 2018
Includes works by Greg Dunn, Rafael Trelles, Rithika Merchant, Pablo Amaringo, Chewang Dorje Lama and Ralo Mayer.
Using the twin prisms of art and science, Portal examines the gateways of human consciousness.

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THE OLD DIORAMA ARTS CENTRE

201 Drummond Street, Regent's Place, NW1 3FE
020 7383 0727

www.diorama-arts.org.uk
info@diorama-arts.org.uk

Mon-Fri 9am-10pm, Sat-Sun 9-6

undergroundWarren Street undergroundEuston Square / Great Portland Street


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Click to enlargeGERALDINE CRIMMINS: PAINTED LADIES
Apr 18 - May 13, 2018
Striking portraits by ex-homless, self-taught painter.

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OLIVIER MALINGUE

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

www.oliviermalingue.com
info@oliviermalingue.com

Mon-Sat 10-6

undergroundBond Street / Oxford Street / Green Park / Bus C2


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SURREALISM: A CONVERSATION
Mar 2 - May 12, 2018
The exhibition will cover the period between 1923 and the early 1960s, and will seek to reaffirm the overarching influence of the Surrealist movement.

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