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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

See website for details

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CAMDEN ARTS CENTRE

Arkwright Road, NW3 6DG
020 7472 5500

www.camdenartscentre.org
info@camdenartscentre.org

Galleries temporarily closed - see website for online programming

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Click to enlargeONLINE | THE BOTANICAL MIND : ART, MYSTICISM AND THE COSMIC TREE
Apr 22 - Jul 31, 2020
View online: www.botanicalmind.online
Drawing on indigenous traditions from the Amazon rainforest; alternative perspectives on Western scientific rationalism; and new thinking around plant intelligence, philosophy and cultural theory, The Botanical Mind Online investigates the significance of the plant kingdom to human life, consciousness and spirituality across cultures and through time. It positions the plant as both a universal symbol found in almost every civilisation and religion across the globe, and the most fundamental but misunderstood form of life on our planet.
This new online project brings together digital commissions, podcasts, films, texts, images and audio in an expanding archive that will be updated and added to regularly over the coming weeks.

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CAMPOLI PRESTI

223 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 0EL
020 7739 4632

www.campolipresti.com
info@campolipresti.com

London gallery temporarily closed. Paris gallery open by appt.

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PENNY GORING : ESCAPE FROM BLOOD CASTLE
Mar 14 - Jul 14, 2020 FINAL WEEK
Campoli Presti is pleased to present Escape from Blood Castle, Penny Goring's first exhibition with the gallery. A series of drawings, paintings, sculptures and videos respond to personal and universal traumas such as grief, violence, addiction, ageing, chronic pain and fear, increasingly exacerbated by the incessant expansion of economic relations into our private realm. The exhibition title evokes a "solve it yourself" puzzle adventure book from the 80s and the impossibility to think our experiences outside capitalist terms.

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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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ONLINE | MERYL MCMASTER : AS IMMENSE AS THE SKY
through summer
Explore works at: culturecanada.co.uk/meryl-mcmaster-at-canada-gallery
Meryl McMaster is a Canadian artist, living and working in Ottawa. She describes her work as sculptural photography — incorporating props, constructed garments and performance to examine her sense of identity and selfhood. McMaster has dual heritage and is Nêhiyaw (Plains Cree) and a member of the Siksika First Nation on her father’s side and has British, Dutch and Scottish ancestry on her mother’s side. For her latest series, As Immense as the Sky (2019), McMaster set out to gather the wisdom and folklore of relatives on both sides of her heritage. She traveled to sites of ancestral significance across Canada following waterways and ancient pitching trails where social, cultural and environmental histories have collided. Her self-portraits reanimate mythology and family anecdotes through her own personally transformative journey through the landscape. The series draws upon themes of memory, migration, genealogy and time as McMaster retraces the footsteps of her ancestors. Her images explore the intersections of both her Indigenous and European heritage whilst revealing Canada’s conflicted colonial legacies. McMaster is represented in London by The Baldwin Gallery, in Toronto by the Stephen Bulger Gallery and in Montréal by Pierre-François Ouellette Art Contemporain.
To listen to alongside McMaster’s images is the music of Polaris Prize winning, Jeremy Dutcher. A member of the Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick, Jeremy first did music studies in Halifax before taking a chance to work in the archives at the Canadian Museum of History, painstakingly transcribing Wolastoq songs from 1907 wax cylinders. His debut album Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa is a response to what he heard in deep dialogue with the voices of his ancestors. Although from different indigenous backgrounds, Dutcher and McMaster share a similar desire to engage in new ways with their ancestral past.

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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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Click to enlargeSANDRA MONTERROSO : DYED IN THE WOOL
Jun 19 - Aug 30, 2020
Born during Guatemala's three-decade civil war, Sandra Monterroso (b.1974) has developed a socially and politically motivated practice in which she strives to restore her cultural and ancestral heritage as a Mayan artist.
 
With the ongoing situation we have created a dedicated exhibition page to help share as much meaningful information on Dyed in the Wool as possible. Their is an introductory video on Monterroso's practise followed by the works with indepth description and further images. Please explore using link below: www.ceciliabrunsonprojects.com/sandra-monterroso_dyed-in-wool/

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CELL PROJECT SPACE

258 Cambridge Heath Rd, E2 9DA
020 8981 6336

www.cellprojects.org
info@cellprojects.org

Gallery closed until further notice; staff working remotely

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Click to enlargeQUEER CORRESPONDENCE : A MAIL-ART INITIATIVE
June - December 2020
Featuring commissions by Alex Margo Arden & Caspar Heinemann; Beatriz Cortez & Kang Seung Lee; Ezra Green & Martin Hansen; Rafa Esparza; Gelare Khoshgozaran; Atiéna Riollet; David Lindert.
Made possible with the generous support of an Emergency Grant from Arts Council England.
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CHARLIE SMITH LONDON

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

www.charliesmithlondon.com
direct@charliesmithlondon.com

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

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Click to enlargeONLINE | PROJECT PAPYROPHILIA
Apr 1 - Dec 31, 2020
CHARLIE SMITH LONDON presents an ongoing, fluid exhibition of work on paper by gallery and associated artists. All work is priced at just £250 including P&P and is available to ship. Selected by and including gallery director, curator and practicing artist Zavier Ellis.
Kiera Bennett, Michael Boffey, Cecilia Bonilla, Tom Butler, Graham Dolphin, Zavier Ellis, Sam Jackson, Hugh Mendes, Richard Moon, Alex Gene Morrison, David Risley, Michael Scoggins, Dominic Shepherd, Barry Thompson.

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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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Click to enlargeONLINE PROGRAMMING
Summer 2020
During this period of closure the Chelsea Space team will instead post regular updates online of our curatorial research and teaching activities, starting with the postponed exhibition, Fold, Twist, Bind, Knot: Transformation and Resistance through Craft, starting with Anne Maile Archive at London College of Fashion, which will feature as part of exhibition.
Access to this collection was enabled through the work of Jane Holt (former Senior Research Fellow LCF), and Eleanor Foden (former MA Fashion student). In recounting Maile’s biography, Holt emphasised Maile’s background and home life before working as a teacher specialising in tie-dye textiles in the 1960-70s, to underscore her pedagogical approach. The collection contains an abundance of notes and samples made as part of her experimentation with dyeing, as well as an unpublished children’s book that was illustrated by tie-dyed paper characters made by Maile.

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CHISENHALE GALLERY

64 Chisenhale Rd, E3 5QZ
020 8981 4518

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

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

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GALLERY TEMPORARILY CLOSED. EXHIBITIONS RESUME IN SEPTEMBER
Summer 2020
In light of increasing concerns relating to COVID-19, and in order to protect our staff, artists and visitors, Chisenhale Gallery is now temporarily closed to the public and the Chisenhale team are working remotely until further notice. Working hours are 10am – 6pm, Monday to Friday.
While the building is closed, we will be developing our work on our digital channels. For information on our recent exhibition by Imran Perretta, including an interview with the artist, please click here. Also available on the Watch, Read, Listen section of our website is a growing archive of recorded talks and events, Chisenhale Interviews with other artists and reading lists from past exhibitions.
We will continue to monitor the situation based on information from health officials. If you live in our local area, please visit the Roman Road Trust Facebook page for information on how to support each other during this time: www.facebook.com/romanroadtrust
Please follow Chisenhale Gallery on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for news and updates.
To all of our communities, both local and international, stay safe and look after each other.

Click to enlargeTHAO NGUYEN PHAN
26 Sep - 6 Dec, 2020
In autumn 2020 Chisenhale Gallery presents the first solo exhibition in a UK institution by Ho Chi Minh City-based artist Thao Nguyen Phan. Working with painting, installation, performance and film, Phan’s work explores social conventions, history and tradition through non-fiction and fictional narratives.
Phan’s new commission Becoming Alluvium, builds on her ongoing research into the Mekong River, which runs through Tibet, China, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. Composed of two elements – a single channel film work and a series of lacquer and silk paintings – the works simultaneously explore real and imaginary worlds, weaving narratives concerning food security and ecological sustainability with myth, memory and ritual.

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COLLYER BRISTOW GALLERY

4 Bedford Row, WC1R 4TF
020 7242 7363

www.collyerbristow.com/art-gallery
gallery@collyerbristow.com

Currently closed. To reopen in guidance with Government advice.

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Click to enlargeME MYSELF AND I : CURATED BY ROSALIND DAVIS
Feb 27 - Nov 11, 2020
Gallery closed to the public until further notice.
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20 artists investigate identity including Ken Kiff, Margarita Gluzberg, Broughton Birnie,Nathan Eastwood,Aya Haidar, Marie Harnett, Laura Hudson, Eleanor Moreton, Kate Murdoch, Manon Ouimet, Sikelela Owen, Conor Rogers, Wendy Saunders, Charmaine Watkiss and Erika Winstone.
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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.

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Click to enlargeSOPHIE VON HELLERMANN : A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
Jul 13 - Aug 8, 2020
Pilar Corrias is pleased to present Sophie von Hellermann’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, an exhibition of twelve new paintings.
Sophie von Hellermann’s paintings originate as projections of her imagination. A small kernel into her mind which is blown up onto a large canvas. These projections become a background for a shadow dance where something that is conjured comes into existence. In A Midsummer Night’s Dream we are invited into a series of imaginary vignettes that are inspired by the foibles of wonderment and love. The series was completed amidst the dreamlike experience of her lockdown in the English countryside. von Hellermann felt a sense of urgency to paint during this period of global sickness and isolation and sickness The parallels between her experience of sleeping, resting and madness and Shakespeare’s play lead Von Hellermann to be inspired by the environment that surrounded her; the woods amidst the dew drops on the sweetly scented flowers, the joy of spring and summer at the same time as this period of uncertainty and death.

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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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Click to enlargeSHAWANDA CORBETT : NEIGHBOURHOOD GARDEN
Jun 16 - Jul 31, 2020
Tommaso Corvi-Mora is proud to present “Neighbourhood Garden”, Shawanda Corbett’s first exhibition at the gallery.
Shawanda Corbett’s interdisciplinary practice addresses the question of what is a complete body, looking at the different cycles of a human’s life through cyborg theory.
She uses her perspective as a woman of colour with a disability to root theory into reality. Corbett’s performances are developed around the architecture of the exhibition space. Collaborating with choreographer Albert Corbett, she responds to the performance space through a live inner dialogue. Corbett’s performances incorporate
her ceramics practice; the human body, architecture, and dance leave their traces on her ceramic vessels and surfaces. With this exhibition project, she aims to reflect on her experiences growing up and on the notion of community. Corbett is pursuing a doctoral degree in Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Art and Wadham College, University of Oxford.

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CRISTEA ROBERTS GALLERY

43 Pall Mall, SW1Y 5JG
020 7439 1866

www.cristearoberts.com
info@cristearoberts.com

Open by appt only, Tue & Wed 11-4

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SUMMER EXHIBITION
Jul 7 - 29, 2020
The gallery is open by appointment on Tuesdays and Wednesdays only between 11am - 4pm. Email info@cristearoberts.com to book an appointment.
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We are delighted to present several new and recent bodies of work by Christiane Baumgartner, Pablo Bronstein, Rhys Coren, Micheal Craig-Martin, Ian Davenport, Marie Harnett, Paul Noble, Julian Opie, Emma Stibbon, Joe Tilson, Clare Woods and Richard Woods.

Click to enlargeSUMMER CLOSURE
Aug 1 - 31, 2020
The gallery is closed to the public for the whole of August.

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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 enlargeONLINE PROGRAMMING
Summer 2020
See website for details of online workshops and projects.

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DRAWING ROOM

1-27 Rodney Place, Elephant and Castle, SE17 1PP
020 7708 2554

www.drawingroom.org.uk
mail@drawingroom.org.uk

Gallery temporarily closed; staff working remotely

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Click to enlargeONLINE | ROCK PAPER SCISSORS
ongoing - check website for updates
Drawing Room’s ROCK PAPER SCISSORS programme puts children at its centre, exploring with them what drawing can be and uncovering new ideas through this instinctive act.
Our series of weekly activity sheets connect artists, schools and families through this period of isolation, inspiring the making of drawings in the home.
To download all the free ROCK PAPER SCISSORS activity sheets so far or subscribe to receive future weekly PDFs direct to your inbox, visit Drawing Room’s website here.
To see your drawings in this online exhibition, please email them to projects@drawingroom.org.uk.

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ENGLAND & CO

See website for details, W11 2RH
020 7361 1694

www.englandgallery.com
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Click to enlargeVIEWINGS BY APPOINTMENT
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Due to the redevelopment of our previous building, England & Co is currently working from a private, appointment-only space; however we continue to curate exhibitions and initiate projects, with a particular focus on placing works in museum and institutional collections. The gallery’s programme of events includes off-site exhibitions, art fairs, talks and screening events.
Works from stock and by gallery artists can be viewed by appointment in West London. Please contact the gallery by phone or email:
Tel. +44 (0)20 7361 1694
Email info@englandgallery.com

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FIUMANO CLASE

Unit 12, 1st Floor, 21 Wren Street, WC1X 0HF
07974 092 993 / 07789 680 388

www.fiumanoclase.com
info@fiumanoclase.com

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

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Click to enlargeFIUMANO CLASE SUMMER EXHIBITION
Jun 1 - Aug 1, 2020
Opening online on 1st June 2020, we will showcase work by a selection of our gallery artists.

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FOLD

158 New Cavendish Street, W1W 6YW
020 7436 8050

www.foldgallery.com
info@foldgallery.com

Wed-Sat 12-6 & by appt

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Click to enlargeNIGHT SCHOOL : DOMINIC BEATTIE & NEIL ZAKIEWICZ
Jul 9 - Aug 22, 2020
Private view Sat Jul 11 2pm - 6pm
FOLD is pleased to present NIGHT SCHOOL a two-person show by Dominic Beattie and Neil Zakiewicz.
Dominic Beattie and Neil Zakiewicz's work typifies a contemporary re-skilling of art practitioners with their shared interest in light industrial practices, such as woodworking and ceramics.
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STEPHEN FRIEDMAN GALLERY

11 & 25-28 Old Burlington St, W1S 3AN
020 7494 1434

www.stephenfriedman.com
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Open Tue–Fri 11–5

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ANDREAS ERIKSSON : MAPPING MEMORIES, TRACING TIME
Jun 15 - Jul 31, 2020
From 16 June 2020, the gallery relaunches its March exhibition of Andreas Eriksson, 'Mapping Memories, Tracing Time', which brings together a new series of large-scale handwoven tapestries. Rendered in subtle hues of undyed yarn, this body of work offers a unique window onto the artist’s rural surroundings in Medelplana, Sweden.

ONLINE VIEWING ROOM | YINKA SHONIBARE CBE, 'JUSTICE FOR ALL'
Jun 15 - Jul 31, 2020
(Also viewable from the street) www.stephenfriedman.com/viewing-room
In light of the events of the past month and the Black Lives Matter movement, Stephen Friedman Gallery has been amplifying its artists voices in solidarity with the cause. To mark the reopening of the gallery, a monumental work by acclaimed British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare CBE will be presented in the UK for the first time. The sculpture will be installed in the gallery’s Viewing Room, making ‘Justice for All’ visible from the street and giving the work the public focus it deserves. Lights will remain on during the night to make the sculpture available to the public 24/7.

Click to enlargeANDREAS ERIKSSON
Jun 15 - Jul 31, 2020
Andreas Eriksson's presentation at Stephen Friedman Gallery comprises a new series of large-scale handwoven tapestries and a majestic oil and acrylic painting. The Swedish artist is known for his subtly textured paintings of the natural world, describing them as “existential landscapes”. This new body of tapestries expands the artist’s formal language and demonstrates the connections between these two distinct practices.
 
Rendered in subtle hues of undyed yarn, this body of tapestries offers a unique window onto the artist’s rural surroundings in Medelplana, Sweden. Hovering between abstraction and figuration, these meditative works can be interpreted as patchwork topographies or details of organic forms such as trees, earth and rock formations.
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YINKA SHONIBARE CBE : JUSTICE FOR ALL
Jun 15 - Jul 31, 2020
In light of the events of the past month and the Black Lives Matter movement, Stephen Friedman Gallery has been amplifying its artists' voices in solidarity with the cause. To mark the reopening of the gallery, a monumental work by acclaimed British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare CBE is presented for the first time in the UK. The sculpture is installed in the gallery’s Viewing Room, making ‘Justice for All’ visible from the street and giving the work the public focus it deserves. Lights remain on during the night to make the sculpture available to the public 24/7.
 
Shonibare explains, “I wanted to think about Justice, especially in the light of George Floyd’s tragic death. This particular work was exhibited at Singapore’s Old Parliament House earlier this year. Justice has to be equally applied. People of African origin do not seem to have fair justice. Those injustices have always been there and things have to change. Some of these issues I've explored in my work have been going on for thirty years and I’m sad to think that those things are still going on."
 
‘Justice for All’ re-configures British sculptor F.W. Pomeroy’s Lady Justice (1905- 1906), which stands upon the dome of London’s imposing Central Criminal Court (otherwise known as The Old Bailey). Instead of her habitual golden garb, Shonibare’s Lady Justice is depicted wearing a brightly patterned, ankle-length garment, apparently fashioned from ‘African’ batik. With both hands outstretched, Lady Justice wields a sword in her right hand and balances the scales of justice in her left. In place of a head, she sports a hand-painted globe, featuring a map of the world. Shonibare’s oeuvre investigates notions of imperialist authority and power. Seducing us with its colour and beauty, Shonibare re-interprets Lady Justice for an interior setting, whilst retaining the dramatic impact of the iconic public sculpture.
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JONATHAN BALDOCK : FACECRIME (SUSPECT)
Jul 1 - 31, 2020
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present a new installation ‘Facecrime (suspect)’ by British artist Jonathan Baldock in Gallery Two. This monumental installation comprises precariously stacked ceramic columns. Evoking both ancient ruins and a surreal vision of the future, these hand-crafted forms reflect the artist's interest in myth, folklore and narratives associated with ‘outsider' practices. Baldock’s prevalent use of Yves Klein blue makes the work shimmer and glow with a spiritual, alchemical quality.

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FRITH STREET GALLERY

17-18 Golden Square, W1F 9JJ
020 7494 1550

www.frithstreetgallery.com
info@frithstreetgallery.com

Reopening 7 Jul, Tue-Sat 11-5 (closed Sat in Aug); masks must be worn

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Click to enlargeGREAT WORKS BY GALLERY ARTISTS
Jul 7 - Aug 7, 2020
We are delighted to announce that the gallery will reopen to the public on Tuesday 7 July. Visit us at Golden Square for a summer viewing of great works by gallery artists.
All visitors will be required to practice social distancing and wear masks in the gallery. To best facilitate this we will be operating at a reduced capacity and hand sanitiser will be made available for all.
Please contact us at info@frithstreetgallery.com if you have any further questions and check the Contact page on our website for details and schedule updates.

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GAGOSIAN GALLERY

6-24 Britannia St, WC1X 9JD
020 7841 9960

www.gagosian.com
london@gagosian.com

Mon-Fri 11-5 & by appt (Limited entry, masks will be provided)

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Click to enlargePIERO GOLIA
Mar 26 - Jul 31, 2020
Note to Visitors:
In order to provide a safe environment for our staff and the public, visitors will be asked to comply with the following protocols as well as to respect instructions given by gallery staff.
– A limited number of visitors will be permitted within the exhibition spaces.
– Advance appointments are encouraged but not required.
– Visitors must wear masks for the duration of their visit.
– Visitors must maintain at least 2 meter distance from others.
– Hand sanitizer and masks will be provided for use.
Please contact london@gagosian.com or +44 20 7841 9960 with any questions about these guidelines, or to schedule your visit.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
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GAGOSIAN GALLERY

17-19 Davies St, W1K 3DE
020 7493 3020

www.gagosian.com
london@gagosian.com

Mon–Fri 11–5 (limited entry, masks will be provided)

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CASA MALAPARTE : FURNITURE
Jun 15 - Sep 19, 2020
Gagosian is pleased to present new editions of furniture pieces from the legendary Casa Malaparte in Capri, Italy.
In 1937, renowned author Curzio Malaparte—born as Kurt Erich Suckert in 1898—purchased a plot of land overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea. There, he supervised the construction of Casa Malaparte, his residence and architectural brainchild, to which he referred affectionately as “casa come me” (house like me). Designed in its entirety by Malaparte, from floor plan to furniture, the house blends classical and modernist influences, united under one roof with inimitable poetic drama.
From the curving white windbreak that arcs across its roof terrace to its deliberately secluded location atop a jutting promontory, Casa Malaparte embodies its maker’s renegade streak. Notorious for vacillating between religious and political ideological extremes, Malaparte was an active participant in the avant-garde artistic and literary circles of his time. After his death in 1957, the house lives on as an architectural masterwork and an inspirational platform for contemporary artists and designers.

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GAGOSIAN GALLERY

20 Grosvenor Hill, W1K 3QD
020 7495 1500

www.gagosian.com
london@gagosian.com

Mon-Fri 11-5 & by appt (Limited entry, masks will be provided)

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CRUSHED, CAST, CONSTRUCTED
Jun 15 - Jul 31, 2020
Gagosian is pleased to present Crushed, Cast, Constructed: Sculpture by John Chamberlain, Urs Fischer, and Charles Ray.
An exploration of three divergent approaches to sculptural process, Crushed, Cast, Constructed juxtaposes works in metal by Chamberlain, Fischer, and Ray, orchestrating a rich conversation around material and method.
Chamberlain, who died in 2011, made sculptures out of used automotive parts and other premanufactured metal components, expanding the rhythmic impulses of Abstract Expressionist painting into three dimensions. In his works, these forms retain the aura of their industrial origins while simultaneously conveying a baroque mannerism. In the late 1960s, Chamberlain began using galvanized steel boxes to create “crushed” sculptures such as Untitled (1967), which juxtaposes pliant curves and sharp angles in an interplay of shadow, contour, and space.

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GASWORKS

155 Vauxhall St, SE11 5RH
020 7582 5202

www.gasworks.org.uk
info@gasworks.org.uk

Wed-Sun 12-6

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Click to enlargeGALA PORRAS-KIM
Jul 2 - Sep 13, 2020
Gala Porras-Kim's work traces the global circulation of ancient precolonial artefacts extracted from their original sites and stored in museums and private collections, exploring how the definitions and possibilities of these objects change in response to each context. Departing from official replicas of the monoliths recently found inside the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan, Mexico, her exhibition at Gasworks unravels the many worlds colliding in these powerful stones, from international copyright laws to cosmologies, stars and forces greater than us.

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GAZELLI ART HOUSE

39 Dover St, W1S 4NN
020 7491 8816

www.gazelliarthouse.com
info@gazelliarthouse.com

Mon–Fri 10-6, Sat 11-7 (max 3 visitors at any time)

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GOLDSMITHS CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART

St James’, New Cross, SE14 6AD
020 8228 5969

www.goldsmithscca.art
goldsmithscca@gold.ac.uk

Gallery temporarily closed until September; staff working remotely

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FORTHCOMING | SOLOS
18 Sep - 13 Dec 2020
Goldsmiths CCA reopens to the public in September with 'Solos' : works by Appau Junior Boakye-Yiadom, Emma Cousin, Lindsey Mendick, Hardeep Pandhal.

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GREENGRASSI

1a Kempsford Rd, off Wincott St, SE11 4NU
020 7840 9101

www.greengrassi.com
info@greengrassi.com

Tue-Sat 11-6

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Click to enlargeSEAN LANDERS : NORTHEASTER
Jun 16 - Jul 31, 2020

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