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A.P.T. GALLERY

Harold Wharf, 6 Creekside, SE8 4SA
020 8694 8344

www.aptstudios.org
aptlondon@btconnect.com

Galleries temporarily closed - see website for online programming

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43 ARTISTS / 25 YEARS OF CREATIVE INDEPENDENCE / 1 HUGE GALLERY
ongoing - check website for updates
Unfortunately, the gallery is closed in response to the COVID-19 outbreak but we will reopen as soon as we are able to. Sadly we have had to cancel this summer’s August Collectives and postpone 11 exhibitions from the current programme, but we are working with those artists, including Matthew Swift and Howard Rogers, to set new dates.
They will run, we are determined - follow us on social media to find out more.

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ALICE BLACK GALLERY

1st Floor, 47 Berwick Street, W1F 8SQ
020 7734 7018

www.aliceblackart.com
info@aliceblackart.com

Open by appt.

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Click to enlargeTRISTAN PIGOTT
Opening September 2020

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ALISON JACQUES GALLERY

16-18 Berners Street, W1T 3LN
020 7631 4720

www.alisonjacquesgallery.com
info@alisonjacquesgallery.com

Open Tue-Sat 11-5. Face masks required.

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Click to enlargeGORDON PARKS : PART ONE
Jul 1 - Aug 1, 2020
Originally scheduled to open in March this year, Alison Jacques Gallery is pleased to announce a two-part exhibition of works by the pioneering American photographer Gordon Parks (1912-2006), in collaboration with The Gordon Parks Foundation. This exhibition is the first solo show of Parks' work to be held in London for over twenty-five years. Part One opens in July 2020, with Part Two following in September 2020.
 
Born into poverty and segregation in Fort Scott, Kansas, Gordon Parks was a humanitarian with a deep and life-long commitment to social justice. He rapidly developed a deeply personal style of photography with a focus on race relations, poverty, civil rights and urban life. Parks left behind an exceptional body of work; a legacy that documented American culture and everyday life from the early 1940s to the 2000s, with achievements encompassing writing (fiction and nonfiction), composing, and filmmaking, having directed several feature films, including Shaft (1971).
 
Image Courtesy of The Gordon Parks Foundation, New York and Alison Jacques Gallery, London © The Gordon Parks Foundation
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ALMINE RECH

Grosvenor Hill, Broadbent House, W1K 3JH
020 7287 3644

www.alminerech.com
contact.london@alminerech.com

Open by appt, call or email to book. Masks must be worn.

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EWA JUSZKIEWICZ : THE GRASS DIVIDES AS WITH A COMB
Jun 18 - Jul 31, 2020
Almine Rech London is pleased to present The Grass divides as with a Comb, an exhibition of recent work by Polish artist Ewa Juszkiewicz. This will be the artist’s first exhibition with the gallery.
Through the deconstruction of traditional, historical portraits, Juszkiewicz enters into discussion with the visual conventions that they represent, and undermines their constant, indisputable character. The artist confronts the schematic representation of women in art history. She critically refers to the position and role of women in society and culture in the past, and to their insufficient presence in the official version of history.
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Click to enlargePETER PERI : COURSE
Jun 18 - Jul 31, 2020
Almine Rech London is pleased to present Course, an exhibition of recent work by London-based artist Peter Peri. This will be the artist’s fourth exhibition with the gallery.
Candy-striped beams radiate around a quadrilateral shape, bleeding. Hand drawn with a ruler, aerosol paint and flecks of ink, the coloured lines exude demonic symmetry. Staring at Peter Peri’s large painting Super Topology (2019) resembles something like riding a carousel at a haunted, Victorian-style fun fair, whirling into the dark. Unsurprisingly, perhaps, the artist’s earlier projects were inspired by horror novels. I sense the phantom of writer H.P. Lovecraft lurking beneath the saccharine grid on view here. In the 1920s Lovecraft – who was a real noxious ghoul – drifted around New England’s white, neo-Gothic buildings and picket-fenced, emerald lawns, penning weird tales inimitable in their vistas of despair and bone-soaking chill. Peri’s paintings, such as The Call (2005), referenced Lovecraft’s ‘Cthulhu mythos’: a cycle of stories about a Leviathan-like creature who rises from the depths of time to torment humanity. Peri’s spiralling compositions remind me of Lovecraftian narrative arcs: the writer’s monstrous ‘circling’ around a cold space. They synthesize a vortex and pull you into the centre.
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AMANDA WILKINSON

1st floor, 18 Brewer Street, (entrance on Green's Court), W1F 0SH
020 3355 2416

www.amandawilkinsongallery.com
info@amandawilkinsongallery.com

Open by appt Tue-Sat 11-5. Book online or contact the gallery

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Click to enlargeONLINE PROGRAMME: IMAGES DISTURBED DISTURBED BY AN INTENSE PARASITE
March-July 2020
An online video programme presented while the galleries are closed due to Covid19: amandawilkinsongallery.com/images-disturbed-by-an-intense-parasite
 
Heman Chong, Rochor Centre (Demolished) 4K 60 Binaural (Produced by Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam) Singapore, 2020 (30 June 2020 - 6 July 2020)
Shimabuku, Sunrise at Mt. Artsonje, 2007 (23 June 2020 - 29 June 2020)
Marlon T. Riggs, Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien (No Regret), 1992
38 minutes 12 seconds (16 June 2020 - 22 June 2020)
Margaret Raspé, Blue on White Edges and Frames, 1979 (9 June 2020 - 15 June 2020)
Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė, Gusła (Pentatonic), 2020 (26 May 2020 - 1 June 2020)
Laurie Simmons, The Music of Regret, 2006 (19 May 2020 - 25 May 2020)
Paolo Gioli, Immagini disturbate da un intenso parassita (Images Disturbed by an Intense Parasite), 1970 (12 May 2020 - 18 May 2020)
Annie Ratti, Le Ballon Rouge, 2008 (5 May 2020 - 11 May 2020)
Ketty La Rocca, Appendice per une supplica, 1972 (28 April 2020 - 4 May 2020)
Jenkin Van Zyl,​ In Vitro (Mr Lonely mix)​, 2020 (21 April 2020 – 27 April 2020)
Richard Porter, The Breakers, 2019 (14 April 2020 - 20 April 2020)
Steve Farrer, Swingeing London, 1974 (7 April 2020 - 13 April 2020)
Derek Jarman, Electric Fairy, 1971 (31 March 2020 - 6 April 2020)
Joan Jonas, Mirror Improvisation, 2005 (24 March 2020 - 30 March 2020)

MAGALIE GUÉRIN : Q P
Jul 1 - Aug 9, 2020
We look forward to welcoming you back to the gallery from 1 July, please make an appointment here: app.artsvp.co/7198b7
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ANNELY JUDA FINE ART

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

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

Mon-Fri 10am-5pm

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Click to enlargeDAVID HOCKNEY
Feb 28 - Jul 31, 2020
'Video Brings its Time to You, You Bring Your Time to Paintings and Drawings'.
An exhibition of portraits by David Hockney. The show coincides with Hockney’s exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery which opens on 27 February 2020. The exhibition includes 18 portraits on canvas of Hockney’s friends and associates, from fellow artists to well-known musicians such as Ed Sheeran and Bruno Mars.
The gallery is now temporarily closed due to Covid-19, but this exhibition is available to view online.

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ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

472 Hackney Road, Floor 1, Unit 3, E2 9EQ
07455 561 887

www.annkakultys.com
office@annkakultys.com

Thur-Sat 12-6; advance booking recommended

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Click to enlargeHELL GETTE : ##
Jun 18 - Jul 18, 2020
Annka Kultys Gallery is pleased to present Hell Gette: ##, curated by Jürgen Dehm, marking the first solo exhibition of the German, Kazakhstan-born artist Hell Gette in London. The show will include six new oil paintings the subjects of which deal playfully with strategies of self-representation on social media and their specific modes of communication.

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THE APPROACH

1st Floor, 47 Approach Rd, E2 9LY
020 8983 3878

www.theapproach.co.uk
info@theapproach.co.uk

Wed-Sun 12-6 & by appt

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Click to enlargeMIKE SILVA : LONDON PORTRAITS, INTERIORS AND STILL LIVES
May 20 - Aug 1, 2020
The Approach is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new works by London-based artist Mike Silva.
Silva paints portraits, interiors and still lives that are intimately connected to personal memory. Working from photographs taken on film and archived over the years, mostly of his acquaintances, friends, lovers, and the environments that were once communally inhabited—the artist creates a tender sense of celebration tinted with melancholy.

LONDON PORTRAITS, LANDSCAPES AND STILL LIVES
May 20 - Aug 2, 2020
Silva paints portraits, interiors and still lives that are intimately connected to personal memory. Working from photographs taken on film and archived over the years, mostly of his acquaintances, friends, lovers, and the environments that were once communally inhabited—the artist creates a tender sense of celebration tinted with melancholy.
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JOHN STEZAKER : SIREN SONG
Jul 3 - Aug 1, 2020
The Approach is pleased to announce a modest and intimate new exhibition titled Siren Song held in The Annexe by the seminal British artist John Stezaker.
 
John Stezaker’s collages dig deep into our unconscious imaginations. Using found historical printed matter ranging from film portraits, film stills, old postcards and particularly for this body of work, old Hollywood fan magazines, Stezaker constructs new images to forge suggested narratives and disjointed, dreamlike scenarios.
 
This group of collages represent a rare period of colour in Stezaker’s work. They were the result of setting up a studio on the South Coast of England, overlooking the sea. Over a number of years, the light and sense of colour, at first disconcertingly alien to his interest in shadow and darkness, gradually seduced him. The focus of these colour collages emerged from imagery of the archetypal female siren: a figure forever dissolving into the sea. The song of the sirens is incessant, it’s call throbs, like the tide washing in and out from the shore. Stezaker sees this new series as echoing the ebbs and flows of the
collaged image itself.
 
John Stezaker (b. 1949, Worcester, UK) Lives and works in London and St. Leonards on Sea.

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ARCADE

87 Lever Street, EC1V 3RA
02076 832 999

www.thisisarcade.art
info@thisisarcade.art

By appt only, Fri & Sat 12-6

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Click to enlargeMARIJKE DE ROOVER
Jul 3 - 25, 2020
Arcade is pleased to present the 1st solo exhibition in the UK where Marijke De Roover will present a stripped down ‘unplugged’ version of the recent operatic work Live, Laugh, Limerence commissioned by the David Roberts Art Foundation, which premiered at the Ministry of Sound evening of performances in October 2019.
 
Through her operatic performance Live, Laugh, Limerence, the artist questions the impact of how we culturally choreograph and organise the performance of love through heteronormative structures; the clichés of rom-coms, musical theatre, opera, karaoke and Disney. This exhibition features works from the recent series of ‘memes’ alongside the video version of Live, Laugh, Limerence.
 
Songs often attempt to describe how we feel when we’re in love, but in the describing, they are also prescribing; telling us how we should feel, creating norms we can compare to our own experiences. Opera specifically is filled with tales of violence; great passions tragically predetermined by social inequalities. These are usually crueller and more exclusionary towards women and other minorities, who occupy symbolically weaker positions.
 
The ‘Tragic Heroine’ is one of the key figures in the construction of heterosexual erotic desire. Her fatal flaws were her attraction to catastrophe, and her fidelity in (heterosexual) love. As a result of the suppression of real women, this cultural trope emerged as a patriarchal representation of the gender, and it was this fictional ‘woman’ who appeared on stage, suppressing the experiences, stories, feelings and fantasies of actual women. De Roover is interested in subverting this, and presenting a new kind of love, unprecedented in contemporary popular culture.

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AREBYTE GALLERY

Java House, 7 Botanic Square, London City Island, E14 0LG

www.arebyte.com
hello@arebyte.com

Tue-Sun 12-6

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OLIA LIALINA : BEST EFFORT NETWORK
Jul 4 - 19, 2020
Best Effort Network is a series of new and re-made works from 2013 - 2020 by 90’s net art pioneer Olia Lialina. The exhibition comprises Summer (2013), Best Effort Network (2015/2020), and Hosted (2020). This exhibition will be Olia’s first solo presentation in London.

ONLINE EXHIBITION | REAL-TIME CONSTRAINTS
Jul 23 - Sep 30, 2020
Private view Thu Jul 23 6pm - 9pm
Real-Time Constraints features works by Gretchen Andrew, Sofia Crespo, DISNOVATION, Jake Elwes, Ben Grosser, Libby Heaney, and Joel Simon. Co-curated with Luba Elliott.
 
Real-Time Constraints is a group exhibition featuring works by artists working within the realms of artificial intelligence, algorithms, machine learning, big data, and interventions in web-based platforms. The exhibition brings forward the complexities of the present-tense in light of the emergence of such technologies through works which are generated using real-time information pulled from the internet, or other sources including news items, message exchanges, memes and image banks. The works look critically at the current state of automated and autonomic computing to provide alternative narratives to data-driven and algorithmic approaches, referencing fake-news, gender bias and surveillance.

Click to enlargePOWERPLAY : GROUP EXHIBITION
Aug 14 - Sep 26, 2020
Private view Fri Aug 14 6pm - 9pm
POWERPLAY, featuring works by Mr Color, Tito Aderemi Ibitola, Vincent Bezuidenhout, Scumboy, King Debs, Mbakisi Sibanda, Kumbirai Makumbe, and Isaac Kariuki. Virtual Reality iteration by Christopher MacInnes.
 
arebyte Gallery and The National Gallery of Zimbabwe are pleased to announce POWERPLAY, a group exhibition featuring artists working within digital media, video and technology. Co-commissioned by London-based arebyte Gallery and the National Gallery Zimbabwe (NGZ) in Bulawayo, and supported using the New Art New Audiences grant from the British Council.
 
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DANIELLE ARNAUD

123 Kennington Rd, SE11 6SF
020 7735 8292

www.daniellearnaud.com
danielle@daniellearnaud.com

Thur-Sat 2-6 & by appt

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ONLINE | A WAY OF SEEING
Jun 1 - Sep 1, 2020
The gallery launches a series of virtual artists’ rooms, allowing the viewer to satiate the urge to see art when galleries cannot open. 'A Way of Seeing' includes rooms by Oona Grimes, Gerry Smith, Katie Deith, Kathleen Herbert, Suky Best and Antonio Riello.
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Click to enlargeONLINE | 25 YEARS
Jul 6 - Sep 15, 2020
'25 Years', our summer exhibition, was due to open mid-June to celebrate 25 years of the gallery. Over 40 artists were invited to reflect on the notion of time (scientific, philosophical, real or imagined) with site specific artworks to be installed in the Georgian space which has housed the gallery for the last 25 years.
 
Then time stopped… the gallery closed; the artists were confined; some studios had to close; teaching had to be ‘performed’ online; some felt isolation setting in; others had to multi-task. Many of the artists were left with no time or space to produce new work. A sabbatical for some, harshness for others, a challenging time for all.
 
However, as with many of us in the art world, we decided to proceed virtually in a space more conform to traditional galleries than the very eccentric surroundings of a Georgian house. We kept the thematic, but all the proposed artworks had to be revisited, re-selected and we had to accept that some will simply not work in this new format.
 
The works in the show explore time in its different manifestations, our different relationships with its concept.
 
Take your time and meander with your eyes.
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ONLINE | IN TOUCH
Jul 20 - Sep 1, 2020
A virtual show with work by Sola Olulode, Marie-France & Patricia Martin, Jane Hayes Greenwood, Mandy Franca, Paulette Phillips, Alix Marie and Charlotte Edey.

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ART ON THE UNDERGROUND

London Underground, All stations London
0203 054 8525

www.art.tfl.gov.uk
art@tube.tfl.gov.uk

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DENZIL FORRESTER : BRIXTON BLUE
to Sept 2020
Art on the Underground commissioned Grenada-born, British artist Denzil Forrester to create a large-scale public artwork for Brixton station, on view from 19 September 2019 until September 2020.
Forrester is the third commission in a new series at Brixton, following on from Njideka Akunyili Crosby in 2018 and Aliza Nisenbaum in 2019. The programme selects artists to respond to the diverse narratives of the murals from the 1980s, the rapid development of the area and the wider social and political history of mural making.

Click to enlargePOSTPONED | LUCY MCKENZIE : PLEASURE’S INACCURACIES
postponed until further notice
For her first UK public commission, Lucy McKenzie will take over the iconic Art Deco Sudbury Town station.
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Following latest government advice and upon close consideration, with regret we have taken the decision to postpone Lucy McKenzie’s new artwork, Pleasure’s Inaccuracies due to launch on 2 April 2020. We look forward to bringing this work to London and will confirm a new launch date when we can.

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ART SPACE GALLERY - MICHAEL RICHARDSON CONTEMPORARY ART

84 St. Peter's St, N1 8JS
020 7359 7002

www.artspacegallery.co.uk
mail@artspacegallery.co.uk

Gallery temporarily closed; staff working remotely. See website for updates.

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ALL EXHIBITIONS HAVE BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID19
ongoing - check website for updates
STAY SAFE, STAY WELL.

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ARUP

8 Fitzroy St, W1T 4BJ
020 7636 1531

www.arup.com/phase2exhibitions

Galleries temporarily closed - see website for online programming

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ONLINE | WORKS FROM THE ARUP COLLECTION
ongoing - see website

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AUSTIN / DESMOND FINE ART

Pied Bull Yd, 68/69 Gt. Russell St, WC1B 3BN
020 7242 4443

www.austindesmond.com
gallery@austindesmond.com

By appt only until further notice

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Click to enlargeONLINE | LUIGI GHIRRI : A PERSONAL ATLAS
Jun 22 - Aug 7, 2020

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AUSTRIAN CULTURAL FORUM

28 Rutland Gate, SW7 1PQ
020 7225 7300

www.acflondon.org
office@acflondon.org

Gallery open by appt only - please email nicole.tatschl@bmeia.gv.at

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HYPERSURFACE
Extended to 31 July
HYPERSURFACE is a group exhibition exploring the porosity of surfaces - from the human skin to walls and screens - in order to present possibilities beyond materiality and signification, and alternative understandings of our surroundings.
The participating artists are: AVD (UK), Daniel Ferstl (AT), Julius Heinemann (DE), Barbara Kapusta (AT), Sophia Mairer (AT), Simon Mathers (UK), Florian Mayr (AT), Marie Munk & Stine Deja (DK), Hannah Neckel (AT), Stefan Reiterer (AT) and Rustan Söderling (SE).
The show is curated by Caterina Avataneo (IT) and Nicole Tatschl (AT).

Click to enlargeCULTURE IN QUARANTINE
Apr 1 - Aug 30, 2020
Many cultural institutions in Austria offer their programme online and allow us to enjoy culture from the comfort of the sofa.
Follow the links from our website for an overview of all the virtual museum tours, concerts, plays and readings available online: www.acflondon.org/events/culture-quarantine-recommendations

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AVIVSON

49 Highgate High Street, Highgate, N6 5JX
020 8342 9553 / 07852 558 944

avivsongallery.com
avivson@gmail.com

Wed, Fri & Sat 12-6; Thur 12-8 & by appt

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31 WOMEN - AN EXHIBITION INSPIRED BY PEGGY GUGGENHEIM
Jul 1 - Aug 31, 2020
Margerita ABBOZZO, Chicago ABE, Elizabeth ARO, Katherine BLANC, Dorothy BOHM, Louise BOURGEOIS, Helen BROUGH, Jennifer CELIO, Helen CHADWICK, Sue COE, Karen DENSHAM, Judith FOOSANER, Nancy FRIED, Natalia FROLOVA, Joanna GILBERT, Julie HUDSON, Ziva KRONZON, Sara KUBIAK, Alaska LAHUSEN, Ute LANGANKY, Edwina LEAPMAN, Yun Sun LEE, Julia MAJOR, Deleya MAROHN, Jeanne MOREAU, Heike MULLER, Masumi OGURA, Iveta PETRAKOVA, Yoshiko SHIMADA, Selina TRIEFF, Yoko WATANABE.

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BARBICAN ART GALLERY AND THE CURVE

Barbican Centre, EC2Y 8DS
020 7638 8891

www.barbican.org.uk/artgallery
art@barbican.org.uk

Curve: Sat-Wed 11-8, Thur-Fri 11-9; Gallery: Mon-Tue 12-6, Wed-Fri 12-9, Sat 10

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TOYIN OJIH ODUTOLA : A COUNTERVAILING THEORY
Mar 26 - Jul 26, 2020
The first-ever UK exhibition by Nigerian-American artist Toyin Ojih Odutola, this epic cycle of new work will explore an imagined ancient myth, with an immersive soundscape by artist Peter Adjaye.
 
Toyin Ojih Odutola, recognising the pen as a ‘writing tool first’, plays with the idea that drawing can be a form of storytelling. Working exclusively with drawing materials including pastel and charcoal, she approaches her process of drawing as an investigative practice.

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BARTHA CONTEMPORARY

7 Georgian House, 10 Bury Street, St. James's, SW1Y 6AA
020 7985 0015

www.barthacontemporary.com
info@barthacontemporary.com

Open by appointment

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Click to enlargeSUMMER SHOW : FRANK GERRITZ, SUSAN MORRIS, HADI TABATABAI NICK TERRY
Jun 15 - Aug 1, 2020
From Monday, June 15th we are delighted to welcome visitors to our space in St James's by appointment. Please email info@barthacontemporary.com or contact us by phone on +44 20 7985 0015 to make an appointment to view the first instalment of our summer accrochage featuring works by:
Frank Gerritz - Susan Morris - Hadi Tabatabai - Nick Terry

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BASTIAN

8 Davies Street, W1K 3DW
020 3940 5009

www.bastian-gallery.com
london@bastian-gallery.com

Open by appt. contact collectors@bastian-gallery.com to book an appointment.

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Click to enlargeHANS HOFMANN - FURY : PAINTING AFTER THE WAR
Feb 21 - Aug 22, 2020
Works from the German-born American artist Hans Hofmann (1880–1966), shown in the UK for the first time. Focusing on nine paintings produced at the end of the Second World War and immediately afterwards - a period which saw Hofmann’s style develop into the abstract, in response to the challenges of the era - the exhibition pays homage to a pivotal time in the artist’s career.
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BEACONSFIELD GALLERY VAUXHALL

22 Newport St, Vauxhall, SE11 6AY
020 7582 6465

www.beaconsfield.ltd.uk
admin@beaconsfield.ltd.uk

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Click to enlargeTUULA NÄRHINEN : DEEP TIME DEPOSITS
Feb 26 - Aug 2, 2020
Check website for reduced opening hours.
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BEAUX ARTS

48 Maddox St, W1S 1AY
020 7493 1155

www.beauxartslondon.uk
info@beauxartslondon.uk

Mon-Fri 11-5 & open by appointment

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Click to enlargeTIM POMEROY
Jul 1 - Aug 22, 2020

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BEERS LONDON

1 Baldwin Street, EC1V 9NU
020 7502 9078

www.beerslondon.com
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Tue-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-5

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ROUND 1 SUMMER MARATHON 2020: K. CHAN & I. FREED: LUCID DREAMS
Jul 8 - 26, 2020
Working under the pseudonym Lucid Dreams, artists Itamar Freed and Kristina Chan present photographic works that search for notions of ‘the real’ in our technological world. Influenced by post-impressionism, Japanese prints, and contemporary photography, Lucid Dreams questions the veracity of the image and the tension between the real and the fantastic. The work presents digital photographs that are printed as cyanotypes on handmade paper made with traditional Japanese techniques.
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ROUND 2 SUMMER MARATHON 2020: MILES DEBAS: THOUSAND MILE SMILE
Jul 29 - Aug 16, 2020
Inspired by his wife’s pregnancy, the new series of works by American artist Miles Debas looks at the creative power of the human body, using emblematic figurative imagery to illustrate ideas about love, communication, and interrelationships between persons, places, and things. The works create a type of visual language and the malleability of the body and the object. The title of the show is named after one of the paintings and it refers to the idea of separation/connectedness that we are all experiencing at this time. Both the work and the title point to Debas’ effort to manufacture a bit of joy and positivity in order to counteract the stark realities of the moment. He states, ‘I want to present the possibility of optimism’.
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Click to enlargeROUND 3 SUMMER MARATHON 2020: V. VAN DER MEULEN: STRIP CITIES
Aug 19 - Sep 6, 2020
Starting with a hyperrealistic charcoal drawing on paper, French artist Valentin Van der Meulen than begins a physical process of obfuscating, erasing, or deconstructing his imagery until what remains is a drawing that is part performance, part conceptual artwork, part happening. The work challenges pre-established codes and modes of visual representation, dislodged from reality and something that questions its own value and worth.
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BELMACZ

45 Davies St, W1K 4LX
020 7629 7863

www.belmacz.com
gallery@belmacz.com

Open by appt Mon-Fri 11-5

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Click to enlargePAUL HOUSLEY : THE POETS ELBOW
Mar 13 - Oct 2, 2020
Belmacz is delighted to resume the exhibition The Poets Elbow by Paul Housley from Monday 1st June 2020. In addition to his recent paintings the gallery will exhibit a new series of drawings made by the artist in isolation during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Belmacz is closely monitoring official guidelines and will adapt accordingly. A limited number of visitors will be allowed inside the exhibition space at a time therefore we encourage advanced appointments. To schedule your visit or learn more about the works by Paul Housley, please email gallery@belmacz.com

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BEN BROWN FINE ARTS

12 Brook's Mews, W1K 4DG
020 7734 8888

www.benbrownfinearts.com
info@benbrownfinearts.com

Open by appt Mon-Fri 12-5. Book a slot: app.artsvp.co/73afb2

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Click to enlargeROB AND NICK CARTER : DARK FACTORY PORTRAITS
Jun 15 - Jul 24, 2020
Ben Brown Fine Arts is delighted to present Dark Factory Portraits, our first exhibition with Rob and Nick Carter at the London gallery, and one of the artists' most technically pioneering projects to date.
The exhibition is by appointment only from Monday to Friday 12pm - 5pm, and subject to all health and safety requirements. Book your slot here: app.artsvp.co/73afb2
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BETTS PROJECT

100 Central Street, EC1V 8AJ
020 7250 1512

www.bettsproject.com
marie@bettsproject.com

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

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Click to enlargePETER WILSON: INDIAN SUMMER AND THEREAFTER
Jun 25 - Jul 25, 2020

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BLUE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL | BLUE PROJECTS

9 Chance Street, E2 7JB
020 7739 9733

www.bluemountain.school/blue-projects

See website for further information

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BLYTH GALLERY

Level 5 Sherfield Building, Imperial College,Exhibition Rd, SW7 2AZ
020 7594 9354

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