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CAMBERWELL SPACE

45-65 Peckham Road, SE5 8UF
020 7514 6302

www.arts.ac.uk/camberwell/about/camberwell-space/
camberwellspace@camberwell.arts.ac.uk

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EXHIBITIONS TBA
May 1 - Jul 1, 2021

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CAMDEN ARTS CENTRE

Arkwright Road, NW3 6DG
020 7472 5500

www.camdenartscentre.org
info@camdenartscentre.org

Galleries reopening 24 September

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IN THE MEANTIME...
May 7 - 13, 2021 FINAL WEEK
In the meantime… is an online public programme of commissions by Camden-based artists, whose works act as a companion for our audience to explore the stories, both past and present, between Somers Town in north-west London and neighbouring Camden Art Centre.
 
The uncertainty of the pandemic has become an everyday state of being. Seeking comfort has taken many forms – we may turn to the solace of a book, listen to music, or a podcast. As we journey through these unprecedented times, we have looked to the potential of companionship, envisaged as standing side by side. In the meantime… acts not as a guide or map, but instead runs parallel to the public. A longing for companionship and belonging has informed our public programme – we present sound, imagery and the written word from Esther Leslie, Sonia Uddin, Louise Gholam, Lucy Joyce, Joygun Nehar, Javier Calderón, Caroline Mawer and Jaimie Denholm as companion pieces to each other, to their users and to a moment shrouded in isolation.
 
Without predetermining the narrative that the programme will explore, we wish to leave space for the fluidity of storytelling, rather than appropriating this knowledge or experience as our own. We have invited contributors to contemplate small moments of exchange, anecdotes or personal resonances that speak to moments missed and moments that have remained and sustained them in the area between Somers Town in north-west London and neighbouring Camden Art Centre. In the Meantime… is a directory, an interactive PDF and a collection of sound recordings, to be published online on the 7th of May 2021.
 
In the meantime… we walk, we wander, we wonder.
 
In the meantime… is curated by Ted Targett, Lolita Gendler, Olivia Abando, Johnnie Valantine, Seulki Yoo and Isadora Graham from the MA Curating Contemporary Art Programme as part of the Graduate Projects 2021, Royal College of Art in partnership with Camden Art Centre.

STEFFI KLENZ: TENSED MUSCLES
May 21 - Jul 11, 2021
Camden Art Centre is delighted to host an exhibition by photographic artist Steffi Klenz as part of Camden Alive, a programme of arts and cultural events that celebrates the people of Camden.
 
In spring 2019 Steffi Klenz and rap artists Brownsilla and Boss B were artists in residence at the Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre, where they explored the histories of the Maiden Lane estate. Designed by architects Benson and Forsyth, Maiden Lane was a visionary, modernist scheme, which included plans for 400 new homes, shops, sports facilities, a community centre, a primary school and open spaces. Due to financial pressures in the late 1970s the plans were not fully realised, resulting in a split site and years of practical and social challenges.
 
Throughout 2019 Steffi Klenz spent time at Maiden Lane estate talking with residents and immersing herself in the architecture of the space. The resulting body of work Tensed Muscles explores the relationship between the architectural promise of modernist living, and the reality of living in Maiden Lane in the 40 years since its inception. Klenz’s complex abstract collages of images, photograms, Scriptio Continua, graph work and line drawing disrupt the discipline of architecture as a measured, rational and ordered space; interrupting this with human agency, interaction and the realities of life on a London estate.
 
Klenz’ works will be presented alongside lyrics and a new album by rap artists Brownsilla and Boss B. Weaving stories of the estate with their own experiences of living and being in London, the artists reflect on what has been, and of its relevance to lives today. The resulting album presents a complex view of Maiden Lane, one of tension and frustration but also of confidence and optimism.

WALTER PRICE: PEARL LINES
May 21 - Aug 29, 2021
Following his studio residency at Camden Art Centre in early 2020, American artist Walter Price returns for his first major institutional exhibition in the UK. During his residency, Price experimented with scale, narrative and material to create new paintings, works on paper, and sculptural works. In this new exhibition, he will present elements of this body of work, alongside a group of new paintings and works on paper made during lockdown in New York.
 
Walter Price (b. 1989, Georgia, USA) lives and works in New York. His practice incorporates familiar forms and recurring motifs including palm trees, bathtubs, sofa’s and automobiles, which become a language of very personal symbols amid shifting horizon lines and bright fields of colour. Price’s painted and drawn compositions often blur the lines between collective history and individual memory, figuration, and abstraction, depicting uncertain urban and domestic landscapes populated by the suggestion of people, objects, images and text.
 
Before going to art school Price served in the US Navy, and his experiences as an African-American man growing up in the south, as well as his time in the military, both inform the restless complexity, expanse and reach of his paintings. In a forthcoming essay on the artist, writer and art historian Darby English writes:
 
“When I look at Walter Price, I recall the instability of the black figure in visual art and of blackness in the public imagination, and I am reminded that constructing an abstract or inclusive or difficult image needn’t mean forsaking one’s own. Price stands firm (and invites us to join him) in a turbulent formalism full of identity that adheres to no single identity politics. This keeps his image strange and buoyant, distinguishing it from so much obvious art.”
 
Price attempts to disrupt and reconcile what he sees as a ‘wrongness’ in painting by questioning its conventions, from the viewing experience to the materials and techniques he might employ within a work. Sometimes including unconventional materials such as metallics, stickers and tape, and a broad textural range of thickly applied paint and brushwork, Price pushes the mediums of painting and drawing, grappling with canonical issues of convention and taste, all held together within a bold and exuberant exploration of colour.

OLGA BALEMA: COMPUTER
May 21 - Aug 29, 2021
Camden Art Centre will present the first solo UK institutional exhibition by New York-based artist Olga Balema (b. 1984 Ukraine), with a major new commission responding to the iconic architecture of Gallery 3. Balema’s work was included in the 2019 Whitney Biennial alongside a critically acclaimed exhibition at Bridget Donahue Gallery, New York and has gained increasing visibility in the US and Europe over the past five years.
 
Balema’s practice is dynamic, inventive and constantly developing and her installations often engage very directly with the spaces that contain them, antagonising their boundaries and disorienting their coordinates. The new floor-based work plays with the idea of a flat sculpture. It unfolds from a series of pixelated images of a domestic carpet, laid out in a grid-like arrangement and printed on billboard material. A large sheet of plastic has been worked on by hand and foot, in the studio, outside and on the computer; as a whole, and in pieces. The work bears an accumulation of marks: hairs traced with a pencil, dirt, and the frottage of New York pavements and visitors to the gallery are invited to walk on top of the work, incorporating their footsteps with existing composition of marks.
 
The work comes out of the artist’s thinking around meaning as a function of lived time and aligns with a definition of art that is primarily concerned with communicating in terms of its integrity as a formal production. Balema’s sculptures are often unwieldy and aesthetically demanding, and challenge conventions of legibility within structures and mechanisms that accompany the making and consuming of exhibitions. Balema engages a set of protocols, or a specific combination of actions and gestures of making, that nevertheless connect the work with the world, society, history, place, time and art-making. Guided by an enthusiasm for the exploration of materials and gesture, and an inventive spirit, each new body of work sets its own rules and goals.

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CAMPOLI PRESTI

223 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 0EL
020 7739 4632

www.campolipresti.com
info@campolipresti.com

Gallery reopening Autumn 2020

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May 1 - Jul 1, 2021

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CANADA GALLERY

Canada House, Trafalgar Square, (Pall Mall entrance), SW1 5BJ
020 7004 6000

www.canadainternational.gc.ca/
gallerycanadagalerie@international.gc.ca

Galleries temporarily closed - see website for online programming

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SHIMMERING HORIZONS
Jan 15, 2021 - Jan 14, 2022
A Virtual Group Exhibition by Or Gallery, Vancouver (Canada) and Canada House, London
 
Artists:
Asinnajaq, Meagan Musseau, Marina Roy, Tania Willard, Elizabeth Zvonar
Curated by Laurie White
 
Shimmering Horizons brings together works by five Canadian artists that offer visions of future life-ways on Earth. The exhibition puts the idea of shimmer―a concept described by writer and anthropologist Deborah Bird Rose as the aesthetic experience of ecological complexity and ancestral power―into productive alignment with the image of the horizon, a potent metaphor for the future.
 
In these works, horizons shimmer both literally and figuratively: the glimmer of stars and the aurora borealis make palpable the potency of ancestral and ecological inheritance—the future enfolded by the past. Through a range of media, including basketry, video, painting, and digital collage, the artists in Shimmering Horizons offer alternative visions of the future that prioritize continuity, adaptation, and resilience.

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CANARY WHARF

Lobby, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, E14 5AB
020 7418 2257

publicart@canarywharf.com

Open daily

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CROSSORELLE ROOF GARDEN
May 1 - Jun 19, 2021
Come and experience the Crossorelle Roof Garden, a magical installation inspired by the Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech.
 
Whilst we still can’t travel abroad and are dreaming of sunnier climates, this colourful installation will help transport you to Yves Saint Laurent’s famous gardens in Morocco. Take a walk through the spectacular roof top gardens and discover beautiful archways, stunning shadows and bold backdrops.
 
Created by artists Baker & Borowski, the design is inspired by the epic history of the West India Docks and the plants that were brought there from faraway lands, such as North Africa. The history of the area ignited thoughts of their own travels to Morocco where they were uplifted by the sumptuous colours. This is epitomised by the rich palette and shapes of the famous Jardin Majorelle. The art deco style can be seen in global design destinations such as Miami, Florida, and Napier, New Zealand. Crossorelle, is an abstract ode to Marjorelle and Miami, enlivening the Crossrail Place Roof Garden with a burst of colour and design.

LOOKING UP: HELAINE BLUMENFELD AT CANARY WHARF
May 1 - Sep 30, 2021
Showing sculptures by Helaine Blumenfeld at Canary Wharf gives an unrivalled opportunity to view them in the context of hard interior and exterior architecture as well as carefully designed outdoor spaces amongst mature trees. Her fusion of natural forms, both human and foliate, spiced with abstraction, are seen through a range of diverse works dating from 1974 to 2019.
 
Blumenfeld works in a range of media – marble from many locations in Europe and the Middle East, terracotta, wood and bronze, all of which she pushes to the limits of risk, teetering on the edge of impossibility, particularly in her carving. Through time, she has carved deeper into a range of fine marbles, using both material density and translucency to create lyrical and complex forms in works reflecting life, myth and our irrefutable part of the natural world. The subjective word beauty comes to mind and cannot be ignored.
 
Hignell Gallery in Mayfair will be holding a parallel exhibition of work by Helaine Blumenfeld and will also screen the Sky Arts documentary film on the artist working in her studios, featuring the renowned marble quarries of Pietrasanta, Italy.

SUMMER LIGHTS FESTIVAL
Jun 21 - Aug 21, 2021
A colourful exhibition celebrating natural light across the Canary Wharf estate.
 
Light art has been growing in popularity, with Canary Wharf’s own Winter Light festival becoming a firm favourite in our events programme, bringing together thousands of people to enjoy light at the darkest time of year. So this summer, as many of us return to work and resume normal life again, we have created Summer Lights.
 
Aiming to continue to bring stunning works of art to the Canary Wharf estate, this unique light event will launch around Midsummer to celebrate light in its most natural form.

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CARL KOSTYÁL

12a Savile Row, W1S 3PQ
07971 924 322

www.kostyal.com
yasmin@kostyal.com

By appt. Mon-Fri 9-5

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Click to enlargeANA BENAROYA: THE PASSENGER
Apr 8 - May 10, 2021 FINAL WEEK
Curated by Morgan Aguiar-Lucander.
 
Throughout the history of images, women and cars have had a fraught relationship. Often flung together in the pursuit of profits, women’s bodies have been used to market cars to men since advertisers managed to equate the purchase of the car, with the lifestyle the woman draped atop it represented. The automobile is a cultural manifestation of the American dream: the freedom to roam beyond the horizon and to remake oneself in the image of one’s own ambition. Yet it is precisely through the leveraging of women’s sensuality, that the car has been transformed into an American symbol of success, freedom and virility. A parallel thread of association exists through art history, running from the Italian Futurists, through to Richard Prince’s appropriated Marlboro Cowboy, and perhaps finding its apex in Jeff Koon’s Hoover vitrines: at once sterile objects and yet intensely eroticized.

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CECILIA BRUNSON PROJECTS

Royal Oak Yard (end of yard), Bermondsey St, SE1 3GD
020 7407 4971

www.ceciliabrunsonprojects.com
assistant@ceciliabrunsonprojects.com

By appt. only

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KARIM LAMBRECHT: WINTER
Feb 12 - May 28, 2021
Focusing on works produced since Lambrecht moved to Broadstairs,
a coastal town in east Kent, England, in 2017, the exhibition explores
Lambrecht’s intuitive style and the patient process behind her work. The
exhibition, which will be the first solo show of Lambrecht’s work in the
UK, includes a series of monochromatic ink on paper works as well as a
selection of gestural, colourful paintings.
 
The title of the exhibition, Winter, is inspired by the frequent
appearance of this word in Lambrecht’s paintings and works on paper.
Written in German, Portuguese and English, Lambrecht uses the word to
explore the poetics of the seasons and to confront the starkness of
winter in her new surroundings on the Kentish coast. Reflecting her
environment, where winter brings cold weather, a lack of colour, and low
light, the word “winter” appears in Lambrecht’s monochromatic works
and in the darker sections of her more colourful paintings. The word
becomes attached to the idea of a chromatic deficit, urging the viewer to
look harder (or elsewhere) for brighter colours.

MIRA SCHENDEL: SIX DRAWINGS - MONOTIPIAS, TOQUINHO
Feb 26 - May 28, 2021
Schendel was born in Zurich in 1919. She was studying philosophy and
art in Milan in the late 1930s when Mussolini’s racial laws were
announced. Schendel was raised as a Catholic in Italy but due to her
family’s Jewish heritage she was stripped of her citizenship and forced to leave the country. Having moved around Europe, among currents of
anti-Semitic persecution, Schendel managed to reach Sarajevo where she
lived throughout the Second World War. In 1949 she moved to Brazil,
settling in São Paulo in 1953. After years of displacement, she began to
establish herself as an artist in Brazil’s vibrant, post-war cultural
climate.
 
Two of the works in this selection are from Schendel’s expansive
series of Monotipias [Monotypes]. In the creation of this series the
material dictated the method; Schendel was given some Japanese rice
paper but struggled to utilise it without it tearing. Eventually she came
up with a solution: she laid the rice paper over oiled glass and scratched with a point or fingernail, causing the oil to adhere to the paper.
 
Schendel referred to this series as dealing with the ‘problem of
transparency’ and exhibits her fascination with the meeting of opacity
and translucency. The oil and the paper were brought into contact and
then her touch dictated the flow of the lines that interrupted the transparency of the paper.

PAZ ERRÁZURIZ
Jun 4 - Jul 15, 2021

CLAUDIA FONTES
Jun 4 - Jul 15, 2021
Claudia is preparing for a viewing room show at Cecilia Brunson Projects in London later this year, a group exhibition at Stuk in Leuven, Belgium, and some pieces from the Foreigners series will be part of Simbiologías at Centro Cultural Kirchner in Buenos Aires this April.

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CELL PROJECT SPACE

258 Cambridge Heath Rd, E2 9DA
020 8981 6336

www.cellprojects.org
info@cellprojects.org

Gallery is open by appointment only alongside an online programme from June- Dec

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EXHIBITIONS TBA
May 1 - Jul 1, 2021

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CHARLIE SMITH LONDON

2nd Floor, 336 Old St, EC1V 9DR
020 7739 4055

www.charliesmithlondon.com
direct@charliesmithlondon.com

Wed-Sat 11am-6pm, by appt. Gallery closed 20 Dec - 5 Jan

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EMMA BENNNET: ALL AFLAME
May 7 - 17, 2021

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CHELSEA SPACE

Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip St, SW1P 4JU
020 7514 6983

www.chelseaspace.org
info@chelseaspace.org

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

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CHELSEA SPACE WINDOW COMMISSION: ANNA BARHAM
May 12 - Jul 30, 2021
In response to the ongoing restrictions faced by galleries to present visual arts in safe circumstances we are focusing our attention outwards from the gallery with a series of commissions for the window. The first will be from Anna Barham, comprising text and objects that flow across internal and external aspects of Chelsea Space's architecture. For more on Anna Barham, please go to: www.annabarham.net/

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CHISENHALE GALLERY

64 Chisenhale Rd, E3 5QZ
020 8981 4518

www.chisenhale.org.uk
mail@chisenhale.org.uk

Thursday - Sunday, 12 - 6pm

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YU JI : WASTED MIND
May 22 - Jul 18, 2021
Motivated by an acute sensitivity to materials, Yu Ji’s work explores a tension between matter and energy. Recurring materials used in her work, such as cement, wood, metal, organic matter and plastic, all have their distinctive characteristics, tactility and temperatures. In her installations, she works with these materials to oppose, rub and strike against one another, as well as explore how they might merge through a process of absorption.

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CLAAS REISS

96 Robert Street, NW1 3QP
07769 566 922

www.claasreiss.com
info@claasreiss.com

Wed-Sat 11-6 and by appointment (inc. Sun).

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JULE KORNEFFEL: 'ALL THAT KALE'
Apr 17 - May 15, 2021 FINAL WEEK
REOPENING ON 17 APRIL 2021.
 
Claas Reiss' inaugural show presents new paintings by Brooklyn, NY based Jule Korneffel in her first UK exhibition.
 
Jule Korneffel, born and raised in Germany, graduated from Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in 2008 as Meisterschüler under Tal R. In 2015 she moved to New York, where she feels the particular inspirations of Mary Heilmann and Agnes Martin. After graduating from the M.F.A. program at Hunter College in 2018, Korneffel quickly gained attention for emotional but reductive paintings: recent shows include Phase Patterns at ltd los angeles, Here comes trouble at Spencer Brownstone in NYC and Mini Me Mary in Dialogue with Mary Heilmann at Albada Jelgersma Gallery in Amsterdam.
 
The exhibition will be followed by a publication with an essay by Terry R Myers.
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Click to enlargeSARA ROSSI: 'FLORILEGIUM'
Apr 24 - Jun 6, 2021
OPENING WEEKEND 24 AND 25 APRIL 2021 (12:00PM TO 6:00PM).
 
PROJEKTRAUM LONDON is pleased to announce its inaugural exhibition 'Florilegium' with new paintings by Frankfurt am Main, Germany based artist Sara Rossi in her first show in the UK.
 
Sara Rossi, born and raised in Italy, graduated in 2006 with a Master’s Degree in Cultural Studies from Università degli Studi di Trieste, Italy, followed by Fine Art studies at Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf, Germany from 2015 to 2018 (class of Trisha Donnelly) and at Städelschule in Frankfurt Am Main, Germany, from 2018 (initially class of Amy Sillman and later Monika Baer). Sara won the prestigious Antje und Jürgen Conzelmann Prize, Städelschule Rundgang Jury 2020 award and has been exhibited in solo and group shows in Germany and Portugal.
 
PROJEKTRAUM LONDON is an intimate exhibition space situated on the lower level of Claas Reiss, yet fully independent of the gallery’s program. PROJEKTRAUM LONDON gives artists and curators at an early stage the opportunity to curate and showcase work in an informal setting, without commitment, while benefitting from the infrastructure of a commercial gallery in an accessible central London location.
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JAMES COLLINS: 'PENUMBRA'
May 19 - Jun 19, 2021
Private view Wed May 19 3pm - 8pm
CLAAS REISS is pleased to announce its exhibition 'Penumbra' with new paintings by British artist James Collins in his first solo show and an essay written by Sacha Craddock.
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LUCA LONGHI
Jun 12 - Jul 24, 2021
Private view Sat Jun 12 12pm - 6pm
PROJEKTRAUM LONDON is pleased to present new works by London based artist Luca Longhi in his first solo show in the UK.

TENKI HIRAMATSU
Jun 23 - Jul 24, 2021
Private view Wed Jun 23 3pm - 8pm
Claas Reiss presents new works by Karlsruhe, Germany based painter Tenki Hiramatsu in his first show in the UK.

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COLEMAN PROJECT SPACE

94 Webster Road, Bermondsey, SE16 4DF
07930 377 734

www.colemanprojects.org.uk
info@colemanprojects.org.uk

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 12-6 pm & appts.

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GHOST WEIGHT EXPERIENCE : ANDREA G ARTZ
May 21 - Jun 13, 2021
‘Ghost Weight Experience’, is an immersive gallery installation and interactive virtual-reality (VR) experience devised by Andrea G Artz.
Exploring ideas around death, memorialization and photography, this solo exhibition has been created in collaboration with composer Isa Suarez, writer Veronica B and digital artist/developer Alejandro Escobar. As the title implies, Artz’ focus is on the poetic aspects of our human rituals for remembering and the old- and new-world processes that allow us to retain, or even foster, connections with the departed.
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Click to enlargeJOHN CHILVER : THE SCENE OF INSTRUCTION
Jun 18 - Jul 18, 2021
'The Scene of Instruction' a solo exhibition of new paintings, banners and a video, John Chilver refers to histories of thinkers and makers that have employed mathematical operators as part of a rhetorical strategy. He cites Lenin’s “communism = the Soviets + electrification”, Le Corbusier’s “firmness + commodity = delight” and J G Ballard’s “the future = sex x technology squared” as examples of this particular mode of presenting social ideas as algebraic data. Similarly, Chilver’s slogan equations – the combination of a poetically open instruction within a possibly empirical framework – appear to artistically elevate and thereby critically undermine the processes by which we determine that which is or isn’t.
Worked into surreal, compelling figurative narratives on canvas and printed large-scale onto fabric, his expressions are staged in ways that encourage the viewer to think as much about the potential meaning of the content as the context for its delivery. While certain of Chilver’s works seem to offer active statements on the current state of things, others use the inequality symbol as allegorical hinge, to highlight a lack of parity between the two halves of the ‘equation’.
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PILAR CORRIAS

54 Eastcastle St, W1W 8EF
020 7323 7000

www.pilarcorrias.com
info@pilarcorrias.com

Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-6 by appt. Masks requests and limit of 4 people at a time.

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Click to enlargeSABINE MORITZ : MERCY
Jan 28 - May 15, 2021 FINAL WEEK

ONLINE | KEN OKIISHI : REVISITING: BEING AND/OR TIME (2013-2016)
Apr 12 - May 12, 2021 FINAL WEEK
Consisting of every photo and screenshot recorded on Okiishi's phone over a period of three years (2013-2016), the images flicker in chronological order at 24 images/frames per second, with over 25,000 images in total.
Okiishi made the work in a period of total cognitive breakdown, in a process the artist has described as “attempting to re-enmesh externally stored image-memory with the internal experience-memory of the brain.”
A new in-depth interview with the artist accompanies the first release of this work online, viewable in its entirety in our OVR.

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CORVI-MORA

1a Kempsford Rd, (off Wincott St.), SE11 4NU
020 7840 9111

www.corvi-mora.com
info@corvi-mora.com

Tue-Sat 11-6

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COLTER JACOBSEN : FATHOM
Apr 14 - Jun 5, 2021

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CRISTEA ROBERTS GALLERY

43 Pall Mall, SW1Y 5JG
020 7439 1866

www.cristearoberts.com
info@cristearoberts.com

Open by appt, Tue - Fri 11-4, Sat 11-2

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GEORG BASELITZ
Mar 13 - May 15, 2021 FINAL WEEK

Click to enlargeMARIE HARNETT
Apr 13 - May 15, 2021 FINAL WEEK

CLARE WOODS : THE GREAT UNKNOWN
May 21 - Jun 19, 2021

JUST WHAT IS IT...? : KEATES, LEDERER, SCHWEGER, SHINDLER
May 21 - Jun 19, 2021

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CUBITT GALLERY

8 Angel Mews, Islington, N1 9HH
0207 278 8226

www.cubittartists.org.uk
info@cubittartists.org.uk

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

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Click to enlargeLANGUID HANDS X INSTITUTE OF ANYTHING
Jul 29, 2020 - Jul 30, 2030
VISUAL STORYTELLING WITH R.I.P. GERMAIN
A workshop for young people aged 16-24 who live or go to school in Islington
BST | 11am - 3.30pm Wednesday 29th July, Thursday 30th July, Friday 31st July
link here to register: tinyurl.com/y5f67jn5

AJAMU: ARCHIVAL SENSORIA
May 20 - Jul 11, 2021
Private view Wed May 19

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CYNTHIA CORBETT GALLERY

Nomadic Pop-up Gallery, .
020 8947 6782 / 07939 085 076

www.thecynthiacorbettgallery.com
info@thecynthiacorbettgallery.com


EXHIBITIONS TBA
May 1 - Jul 1, 2021

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