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KARSTEN SCHUBERT

Room 2, 44 Lexington Street, W1F 0LW

www.karstenschubert.com
info@karstenschubert.com

BY APPOINTMENT ONLY - book via gallery website

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Click to enlargeALISON WILDING: MESMER, AGAIN
Apr 12 - May 20, 2021
Alison Wilding’s work occupies two contrasting rooms in this solo exhibition: one a focused look at her large 2016 work Mesmer, the next an abundant installation of new wall and table sculptures and drawings.
 
Renowned for her innovative approach to material, the works exhibited range from Mesmer, its wooden parts held together by magnets, to smaller sculptures made of alabaster, bronze, fibreglass, silver wire and brass. Many of the works in Mesmer, Again were made by Wilding in 2020 and are exhibited here for the first time. This includes new series of drawings, dark in mood, made of black rubber paint, scraped and poured over sheets of paper and collaged.
 
Mesmer, Again runs in Room 2, Karsten Schubert London’s gallery in a former apartment in a mid-18th-century Soho townhouse. For Wilding, this is an appealing location to show her works as it offers a view of what it is like to live with sculpture. As she says about her piece Drone 3 placed in the gallery’s window, ‘the north light coming through the window reveals something new about the sculpture, encouraging the viewer to approach the work quite differently compared with being in a white cube space, which is a showroom, not a living room.’
 
Mesmer, Again is accompanied by a catalogue featuring an interview with Alison Wilding by Tom Morton.
 
Alison Wilding is one of the UK’s foremost sculptors and has been represented by Karsten Schubert London since 1987. Recent solo exhibitions include the De la Warr Pavilion, Bexhill; Leeds Art Gallery and Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester. Her work can be found in the public collections of the Tate, British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, Henry Moore Institute and many more. She was twice nominated for the Turner Prize (1988 and 1992). Recent public commissions include Still Water, a memorial to UK citizens affected by terrorism overseas (2018). Currently she is Eranda Professor of Drawing at Royal Academy Schools and was made OBE in 2019.

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KATE MACGARRY

27 Old Nichol Street, E2 7HR
020 7613 0515

www.katemacgarry.com
mail@katemacgarry.com

Wed-Sat, 11-5pm

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RANA BEGUM
Apr 30 - Jun 6, 2021
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Click to enlargeSAMSON KAMBALU
Jun 10 - Jul 29, 2021

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KELDER

Basement of Mercer & Co, 26A Chapel Market, N1 9EN

www.kelderprojects.com
studio@kelderprojects.com

Thur-Sat 12-5

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Click to enlargeNOTES ON COLLABORATION: REFLECTIONS ON THE FUTURE
Sep 17, 2020 - Oct 2, 2021
A programme of discursive events and collected writings that explore strategies for future institutional programming and collaborative practice.

EXHIBITIONS TBA
May 1 - Jul 1, 2021

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KINGSGATE WORKSHOPS

110-116 Kingsgate Road, NW6 2JG
020 7328 7878

www.kingsgateworkshops.org.uk
office@kingsgateworkshops.org.uk

Gallery re-opening from 20 May, 12-6pm

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Click to enlarge16:9 BILLBOARD BY LYDIA HAMBLET
Apr 7 - May 16, 2021 FINAL WEEK
Kick About is a new work for the 16:9 billboard by Lydia Hamblet which is a continuation of her series focussed on encounters in local sports pitches. Best viewed from Kilburn Grange Park.
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COME TO NAUGHT : CURATED BY KRISTIAN DAY
May 20 - Jun 12, 2021
Artist's Reception: Saturday 5 June 12–6pm
 
Come to naught, a group exhibition curated by Kristian Day for Kingsgate Project Space. Featuring work by Abi Freckleton, Anna Hughes, Bethan Lloyd Worthington, Christopher Mayer, Tom Sewell, Lauren Emily Wilson and Joel Wyllie, Come to naught speaks of shared (pre)histories, non-human communication, ecologies, magic and science.

16:9 BILLBOARD BY ELLA BELENKY
May 20 - Jun 12, 2021
Artist's Reception: Saturday 5 June 12–6pm

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KOREAN CULTURAL CENTRE UK

Grand Buildings, 1-3 Strand, (Entrance: Northumberland Ave), WC2N 5BW
0207 004 2600

www.kccuk.org.uk
info@kccuk.org.uk

Mon-Fri 10-5.30, Sat 11-5

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EXHIBITIONS TBA
May 1 - Jul 1, 2021

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KÍNIG LONDON

259 Old Marylebone Road, NW1 5RA
020 7258 3883

www.koeniggalerie.com
London@koeniglondon.co.uk

By appt Wed-Sat 11-6

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ALICE ANDERSON : HYPERLINKS
Apr 13 - May 22, 2021

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LARGE GLASS

392 Caledonian Road, N1 1DN
020 7609 9345

www.largeglass.co.uk
info@largeglass.co.uk

Wed-Sat 11-6 & by appt

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Click to enlargeALICE CHANNER: MEGAFLORA
Apr 22 - Jun 26, 2021

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LAURE GENILLARD

2 Hanway Place, W1T 1HB
020 7323 2327

www.lglondon.org
lglondoninfo@gmail.com

By appt Wed-Sat 1-6

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Click to enlargeAT HOME
Apr 14 - May 29, 2021
We are pleased to welcoming you back to the gallery with At Home. A group exhibition featuring historical works and new commissions.
 
JŘrgen ALBRECHT - ANYWHERE - Tom CHAMBERLAIN - David CONNEARN - Martin CREED - Svenja DEININGER - Bernard FRIZE - Mario GARCIA TORRES - Enrico GAIDO - Gaylen GERBER - Dean HUGHES - Des HUGHES - Than HUSSEIN CLARK - On KAWARA - Olivier MOSSET - Philomene PIRECKI - FrÚderic PRADEAU - Elisa SIGHICELLI - Avery SINGER - Stephen SKIDMORE - Sarah STATON - Amy STEPHENS - Name SURNAME - David TREMLETT - Pieter VERMEERSCH - Grace WEIR - David WEISS/Urs LUTHI/Willy SPILLER - Stephen WILLATS

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LETHABY GALLERY

Central Saint Martins, 1 Granary Square, N1C 4AA
020 7514 7000

www.arts.ac.uk/lethaby-gallery

Galleries temporarily closed - window galleries open to view from the street

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EXHIBITIONS TBA
May 1 - Jul 1, 2021

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L╔VY GORVY

22 Old Bond Street, & 40 Albemarle Street, W1S 4PY
020 3696 5910

www.levygorvy.com
info@levygorvy.com

By appointment

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CASTELLANI: SCULPTURE
Apr 12 - May 15, 2021 FINAL WEEK
Presenting never-before exhibited sculptures in aluminium by Enrico Castellani.

G▄NTHER UECKER: LICHTBOGEN
Apr 13 - May 15, 2021 FINAL WEEK
A presentation of large scale paintings by GŘnther Uecker

META VISCERAL
May 25 - Jul 31, 2021
LÚvy Gorvy will present META VISCERAL, a curated group exhibition focused upon contemporary explorations of the human body as both an object burdened with historical meaning and a subject of direct experience to be shared. Fragmented, transformed, and reconstituted by artists throughout the 20th century and into 21st, the human body remains an essential theme across mediums.

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LEWISHAM ARTHOUSE

140 Lewisham Way, Lewisham, SE14 6PD
020 8691 9113

www.lewishamarthouse.org.uk
info@lewishamarthouse.org.uk

Galleries temporarily closed - see website for online programming

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RESOLUTION/REVOLUTION
May 23 - 29, 2021
Private view Sat May 22
Launching our exhibition program for 2021 and re-launching the project space after the lockdowns, uncertainty and prolonged closures of 2020, Resolution/Revolution celebrates the ongoing work and creative resolve of the Lewisham Arthouse artists.
 
Behind closed doors our studios have remained open and the 45 artists that make up the Lewisham Arthouse cooperative have kept working. This exhibition is a showcase of the range and diversity of our practices and a declaration of our commitment to restarting the public program, adapting however we can to provide engaging and exciting exhibitions to connect with the local community.
 
20% of the proceeds of all sales will be donated to Lewisham Food Bank

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LISSON GALLERY

22 Cork Street, W1S 3NA
020 7724 2739

www.lissongallery.com
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Click to enlargeJULIAN OPIE
May 4 - Jun 12, 2021
In a new body of work at Lisson Gallery’s Mayfair space, Julian Opie combines two subjects that have been central to his artistic career: people and architecture. Through a series of group portraits alongside an installation of contemporary tower blocks, the exhibition depicts the interconnectivity of the urban environment, be it the commuters criss-crossing through the streets or the overlaid housing units of a typically overpopulated city. Few artists have captured the modern world as consistently and convincingly as Opie; here we experience the complexity of the cosmopolitan city through Opie’s radical, simplified style: a particularly poignant scene considering the rare isolation on the streets at the time of the exhibition’s conception.

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LISSON GALLERY, 27 BELL ST

27 Bell St, NW1 5BY
020 7724 2739

www.lissongallery.com
contact@lissongallery.com

Tues-Sat, 11am-6pm

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Click to enlargeAN INFINITY OF TRACES, CURATED BY EKOW ESHUN
Apr 13 - Jun 5, 2021
Curated by Ekow Eshun.
Featuring artists Ayo Akingbade, Ufuoma Essi, Liz Gre, Evan Ifekoya, Liz Johnson Artur, Jade Montserrat, Emily Moore, Sola Olulode, Alexandria Smith, Rhea Storr and Alberta Whittle.
'An Infinity of Traces' is a group exhibition featuring UK-based established and emerging Black artists whose work explores notions of race, history, being and belonging. The artists address these themes through a variety of mediums, from moving image to sculpture and installation. Curated by Ekow Eshun, writer, broadcaster and former Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts London, the exhibition reflects not only on the Black Lives Matter protests, but the existence of a more sustained antipathy to the Black presence that, in Britain, has deep roots in the nation’s imperial past. With this legacy of hostility in mind, the artists confront topics such as self-care, kinship, and collective solidarity in their work.

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LISSON GALLERY, 67 LISSON ST

67 Lisson Street, NW1 5DA
020 7724 2739

www.lissongallery.com
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Tues-Sat, 11am-6pm

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Click to enlargeJOHN AKOMFRAH : THE UNINTENDED BEAUTY OF DISASTER
Apr 13 - Jun 5, 2021
Featuring footage filmed over the past 6 months, this new body of work responds directly to the events of 2020, most notably the Black Lives Matter protests and demonstrations against imperialist monuments, presenting a rethinking of historical narratives.
 
The exhibition will also include the UK premiere of the ground-breaking three-screen film, Four Nocturnes (2019), commissioned by the inaugural Ghana Pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia.
 
Akomfrah’s work is characterised by an ethical and emotional impetus to reflect on our collective consciousness – be it the existential threat of ecological disaster, exploring Black British identity and post-colonialism, or giving voice to minority communities. Akomfrah creates impressionist meditations through film and media; using montage techniques and bricolage, new footage is weaved together with archival material, newsreel and still photography. Overlaid with an immersive sound design, the artist often plays with imagery to construct conversations between the past and present, unapologetically bringing forth the multiplicity of these issues through non-linear narratives.

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LUX

Waterlow Park Centre, Dartmouth Park Hill, N19 5JF
020 3141 2960

www.lux.org.uk

Wed-Sat 12-4

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MORGAN QUAINTANCE LETTER FROM SAPPORO
Feb 12 - May 13, 2021 FINAL WEEK
Letter from Sapporo (2021) is a collage film offering a glimpse of daily life in the Japanese city of Sapporo. Commissioned for S-AIR’s 2020 international residency programme (that became virtual due to the global pandemic), London-based artist and filmmaker Morgan Quaintance responded by inviting city residents to be his eyes and ears, and to shoot footage in his place. The resulting film is the product of approximately 16 participants capturing material with their smartphones. Focusing on moments of stillness, intimacy, labour and humour, disparate material is wedded into a compelling and coherent whole by Quaintance’s subtle editing, original music and vivid sound design.
 
Morgan Quaintance is a London-based artist and writer. His moving image work has been shown and exhibited widely with presentations in 2020 including: Curtas Vila Do Conje, Portugal at which he received the Best Experimental Film award, and CPH:DOX at which he received the New Vision Award, both for the film South (2020); Oberhausen Film Festival, Germany; European Media Art Festival, Germany; Alchemy Film and Arts Festival, Scotland; Images Festival, Toronto; International Film Festival Rotterdam; Punto de Vista Festival in Pamplona, Spain; and Third Horizon Film Festival, Miami. Over the past ten years, his critically incisive writings on contemporary art, aesthetics and their socio-political contexts, have featured in publications including Art Monthly, the Wire, and the Guardian, and helped shape the landscape of discourse and debate in the UK.

ONLINE | JAMIE CREWE : ASHLEY
Apr 1 - May 13, 2021 FINAL WEEK
LUX presents Ashley by Jamie Crewe online from 1 April to 13 May 2021. Ashley was presented as part of their solo exhibition Jamie Crewe: Ashley at LUX last year, which was closed due to the lockdown.
 
Dragging a wheelie case behind them, Ashley arrives at an isolated beachside cottage. They hope that this weekend in the countryside might be the change they need: a change from depression, from heartbreak, from the pain of a shifting identity. As the weekend unfolds, however, their hope wavers: things go wrong in their body, or perhaps in their mind — or perhaps there really is something, outside, developing an appetite for them…
 
Ashley is a semi-autobiographical rural horror film filmed on the West Coast of Scotland, designed for cinema viewing. Its only character is played onscreen by the artist, and voiced in narration by the poet and performance maker Travis Alabanza. Drawing on the conventions of the rural horror genre (seen in television series such as the BBC’s West Country Tales, 1982–83) and of Margaret Tait’s work in the Scottish landscape tradition, the film takes an experience of modern femininity and mines it for terror. In doing so, it animates the fears, stresses, and vivid transformations of a certain kind of trans life.
 
Ashley is available to view with captions and audio description.
 
Learn more about Jamie Crewe’s solo exhibition and accompanying reading list here
 
Presented by LUX and LUX Scotland

Click to enlargeONLINE | RICHARD LAYZELL : MARVELL PARK
Apr 1 - Jul 1, 2021
Marvell Park is a new film produced by Richard Layzell as part of his ongoing work as LUX’s Creative Ecologist engaged with the material and context of Waterlow Park in Highgate where the organisation is based. Tracking the extraordinary year of 2020, the film is a playful and personal mediation on a state of being and interacting with nature and the space of the park. The film continues Layzell’s research project, The Naming which seeks to challenge and question how, through categorization and naming, we distance ourselves from aspects of the natural world and the cultural world.
 
Richard Layzell has been a leading innovator in the fields of live art, video and installation since the 1980s. He has been commissioned by most major public galleries and museums across the UK and completed many international artist residencies. As a mentor and facilitator he’s devised an individual approach to sharing knowledge and supporting others. He has pioneered socially engaged practice and worked with many diverse communities nationally and internationally. His interactive installation Tap Ruffle and Shave was experienced by 100,000 people of all ages and abilities on its UK tour. He is the author of Live Art in Schools, Enhanced Performance (ed. Deborah Levy) and Cream Pages (ed. Joshua Sofaer), an honorary associate of the National Review of Live Art and a course leader in fine art at University of the Arts London.
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LYCHEE ONE

Unit 1, The Gransden, 39 Gransden Avenue, E8 3QA
07427 665 369

www.lycheeone.com
info@lycheeone.com

Wed-Sat 12-3 & by appt

London Fields Hackney Central


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BENJAMIN MURPHY : //PETROL/STATION/FLOWERS
May 8 - 9, 2021

Click to enlargeFREYA DOUGLAS-MORRIS : ALL PATHS LEAD SOMEWHERE
May 20 - Jun 25, 2021

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MAMOTH

3 Endsleigh Street, WC1H 0DS

mamoth.co.uk
contact@mamothcontemporary.com

Wed-Sat 12-5pm By appt.

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CLIVE HODGSON
Mar 8 - May 15, 2021 FINAL WEEK
"The Thing About A Name Is That It Doesn’t Refer To An Object"

JULIA ADELGREN
Apr 24 - Jun 19, 2021
MAMOTH is proud to present The Watery Realm, the first presentation of the work of Julia Adelgren in the UK, featuring a selection of paintings produced over the course of the last four years.

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MARIAN GOODMAN GALLERY

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

www.mariangoodman.com
london@mariangoodman.com

Tue-Sat 11-5

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EXHIBITIONS TBA
May 1 - Jul 1, 2021

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MARLBOROUGH

6 Albemarle Street, W1S 4BY
020 7629 5161

www.marlboroughgallerylondon.com
london@marlboroughgallery.com

Mon-Fri 10-5:30, Sat by appt

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Click to enlargeVICTOR PASMORE: LINE & SPACE
Apr 12 - Jun 4, 2021
Marlborough Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition Victor Pasmore: Line & Space. The artist's pioneering development of abstract art is considered to be one of the most significant achievements in 20th century British art. The show explores Pasmore's incredibly versatile output over his long career.
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MASSIMODECARLO, LONDON

55 South Audley St, W1K 2QH
020 7287 2005

www.massimodecarlo.com
london@massimodecarlo.com

By appointment only

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KARIN GULBRAN : SOMNAMBULIST
May 18 - Jun 25, 2021

DENNIS KARDON : STRANGE WATERS
May 18 - Jun 25, 2021

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MATT'S GALLERY

92 Webster Road, SE16 4DF
020 7237 0398

www.mattsgallery.org
info@mattsgallery.org

Closed until January 2021

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EXHIBITIONS TBA
May 1 - Jul 1, 2021

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MAUREEN PALEY

60 Three Colts Lane, E2 6GQ
020 7729 4112

www.maureenpaley.com
info@maureenpaley.com

London office hours: Mon–Fri 10–6

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LAWRENCE ABU HAMDAN
Apr 14 - May 9, 2021 FINAL WEEK
Maureen Paley is pleased to present the second solo exhibition at the gallery by Lawrence Abu Hamdan.
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Click to enlargeSTUDIO M | ANNE HARDY : RISING HEAT
Apr 14 - Jun 6, 2021
At Rochelle School, Friars Mount House, 7 Playground Gardens, London E2 7FA.
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PETER HUJAR
May 15 - Jun 13, 2021
Maureen Paley is pleased to present the fourth solo exhibition of works by Peter Hujar at the gallery.
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GALERIE MAX HETZLER

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

www.maxhetzler.com
london@maxhetzler.com

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

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CARROLL DUNHAM | ALBERT OEHLEN
May-June 2021 (exact dates tbc)

TURSIC & MILLE
June – July

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THE MAYOR GALLERY

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

www.mayorgallery.com
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Mon-Fri 10-5.30

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Click to enlargeTHREE COLOURS: RED - WHITE - BLUE
Apr 12 - Jun 5, 2021
Following on from the success of the three colour-themed online exhibitions; White as Snow in Winter, Red Celebrating Chinese New Year and Hope for Bluer Skies presented over the first three months of 2021, The Mayor Gallery is delighted to present a selection of highlights from the three virtual exhibitions now for our visitors and collectors to experience in person in the gallery setting from April 12th 2021
 
A wide range of artists will be featured including Franšois Morellet, Jan Schoonhoven and Ad Dekkers as well examples from Abstract, Concrete, Kinetic, Pop as well as Nul and Group Zero among others. A selection of Paintings, Reliefs, sculptures and Works on Paper with a wide price
range will be available to view and purchase.
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MAZZOLENI

27 Albemarle Street, W1S 4HZ
020 7495 8805

www.mazzoleniart.com
london@mazzoleniart.com

Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat by appt

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POST-WAR ITALIAN ART TALES
Apr 12 - Jun 6, 2021
Mazzoleni is pleased to announce that the exhibition Post-War Italian Art Tales will be open to the public from 12 April 2021.
 
Starting out from the revolutionary artistic experiences which marked the second half of the XX century, this exhibition highlights the fundamental role of Italian art in the international panorama from the later post-war period up until the present day.
 
Conceived as a storytelling, this exhibition presents the various methods, styles and solutions of each artist, revealing them through critical quotes. The narrative of each artist describes a key aspect of his or her work which allows the viewer to embark on a personal journey through the eyes of art historians, critics and curators.
 
Artists shown: Carla Accardi, Getulio Alviani, Agostino Bonalumi, Alberto Burri, Enrico Castellani, Piero Dorazio, Lucio Fontana, Jannis Kounellis, Piero Manzoni, Fausto Melotti, Nunzio, Michelangelo Pistoletto.

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MIMOSA HOUSE

47 Theobalds Road, WC1X 8SP
07802 351 468

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

Wed-Sat 12–6

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Click to enlargeSYNCOPES
May 19 - Jul 10, 2021
‘Syncopes’ is a multimedia group exhibition curated by Mimosa House founder Daria Khan and the first exhibition at Mimosa House’s new London gallery space at 47 Theobalds Road in Holborn. ‘Syncopes’ will feature work from Chooc Ly Tan, Himali Singh Soin, Lala Rukh, Mira Calix, Ruth Beraha and Qian Qian.
 
A syncope is a multi-format ‘tender interval’ which can be described in music as an unstressed ‘empty’ beat which interrupts the expected rhythm; in linguistics as the suspension of a syllable, or a letter; in medicine as a partial or complete loss of consciousness. In this exhibition, syncope acts as a metaphor for rapture, delay, lacunae, and displacement. In the current condition of suspension and global standby, the syncope morphs into a series of new meanings, while reinstating the necessity of a break from growing pressures and acceleration.
 
The artists in the show will experiment with transcribing and anatomising sound, language and image. By employing algorithms and working through musical scores, the artworks attempt to capture time, measure closeness, and practice resistance, silence and deep listening.
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MODERN ART

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

www.modernart.net
info@modernart.net

Wed-Sat, 12-6pm

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SANYA KANTAROVSKY : THE HOUSE OF THE SPIDER
May 8 - Jun 12, 2021
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PHILLIP LAI
Jun 24 - Jul 31, 2021

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MODERN ART

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

www.modernart.net
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Wed-Sat, 12-6. Book your visit by phone/email

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Click to enlargeSANYA KANTAROVSKY & CAMILLE BLATRIX : WILL‑O’-THE-WHISP
Apr 23 - May 22, 2021
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SARAH RAPSON
Jun 3 - Jul 3, 2021

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