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SAATCHI GALLERY

Duke of York's HQ, King's Road, SW3 4RY
020 7811 3070

www.saatchigallery.com

Gallery is open Wed-Sun 10am to 6pm. Pre-booked tickets only.

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Click to enlargeJR : CHRONICLES
Jun 4 - Oct 3, 2021
Saatchi Gallery is pleased to present JR: Chronicles - the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years. Curated by Sharon Matt Atkins and Drew Sawyer from the Brooklyn Museum, JR: Chronicles traces JR's career from his early documentation of graffiti artists as a teenager in Paris to his large-scale architectural interventions in cities worldwide and recent digitally collaged murals that create collective portraits of diverse communities.
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ISABEL + HELEN: IN ORBIT
Aug 13 - Sep 5, 2021
Isabel + Helen is the creative studio of London-based design duo Isabel Gibson and Helen Chesner. Having met whilst studying at Chelsea College of Art, they began collaborating on projects that highlighted their shared love of analogue design processes and simple kinetics. Since 2012, they have gained widespread recognition for their experimental, engineered installations and animated sculptures, which hover at the intersection of art and design.

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SAATCHI YATES

6 Cork Street, Mayfair, W1S 3NX
+44 (0) 20 8187 9445

www.saatchiyates.com
info@saatchiyates.com

Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 12-6

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TESFAYE URGESSA
Jun 4 - Aug 25, 2021
This summer, Saatchi Yates are pleased to present a solo show of new paintings by Tesfaye Urgessa. The artist lives and works in Germany, having emigrated from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He studied under modern master Tadesse Mesfin in Ethiopia, and later graduated from the Staatlichen Akademie in Stuttgart. Through these experiences, Urgessa was able to connect Ethiopian iconography, German Neo-expressionism from the 1980s and a deep fascination with traditional figurative painting to create a unique and striking language.

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SADIE COLES HQ

62 Kingly Street, W1B5QN
020 7493 8611

www.sadiecoles.com
info@sadiecoles.com

Open Tue-Sat 11-6

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URS FISCHER : THE INTELLIGENCE OF NATURE
June – August

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SERPENTINE GALLERIES

Kensington Gardens, W2 3XA
020 7402 6075

www.serpentinegalleries.org
information@serpentinegalleries.org

Tue-Sun 10-6

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JENNIFER PACKER : THE EYE IS NOT SATISFIED WITH SEEING
May 19 - Aug 22, 2021
New York-based painter Jennifer Packer’s first institutional solo exhibition outside of the US.

JAMES BARNOR : ACCRA/LONDON - A RETROSPECTIVE
May 19 - Sep 22, 2021
A major UK retrospective of British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, whose career as a studio portraitist, photojournalist and Black lifestyle photographer spans six decades and records major social and political changes in London and Accra. Born in 1929 in Ghana, Barnor established his famous Ever Young studio in Accra in the early 1950s, capturing a nation on the cusp of independence in an ambiance animated by conversation and highlife music. In 1959 he arrived in London, furthering his studies and continuing assignments for influential South African magazine Drum which reflected both the spirit of the era and experiences of London’s burgeoning African diaspora. He returned to Ghana in the early 1970s to establish the country’s first colour processing lab while continuing his work as a portrait photographer and embedding himself in the music scene.

SERPENTINE PAVILION 2020/21 DESIGNED BY COUNTERSPACE
Jun 11 - Oct 17, 2021
For the first time since the annual architecture programme was founded 20 years ago, the 2020 Serpentine Pavilion designed by Johannesburg-based practice Counterspace has been extended into a two-year commission.
Counterspace, directed by Sumayya Vally, Sarah de Villiers and Amina Kaskar, will collaborate with the Serpentine on a series of off-site and online research projects throughout 2020, which will culminate with the opening of the Pavilion in Summer 2021.

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THE SHOWROOM

63 Penfold Street, NW8 8PQ
020 7724 4300

www.theshowroom.org
info@theshowroom.org

Gallery reopens from the 16th June. Booking via Eventbrite

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SIMON LEE GALLERY

12 Berkeley St, W1J 8DT
020 7491 0100

www.simonleegallery.com
info@simonleegallery.com

Mon-Fri 9.30-6, Sat 10-6

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Click to enlargeCLAUDIO PARMIGGIANI
Jun 16 - Aug 6, 2021
Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of Italian artist Claudio Parmiggiani at the London gallery, opening 16 June. Over the past 40 years, the artist has concentrated his practice on themes of memory, absence and silence, developing a language that is at once personal and collective. Parmiggiani’s overarching thesis is his search for an image, object or assemblage that transcends time and individual experience to evoke a universal, existential truth. For his fourth presentation with the gallery and his third exhibition in the London space, he will present both new and historical works, including sculptures and his signature Delocazione.

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SOFT OPENING

Unit 7, Piccadilly Circus Underground, W1J 9HP

www.softopening.london

On view 24/7

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INTRA-ACTION: VIKTOR BRIESTENSKY CURATED BY KATE WONG
Jul 15 - Aug 8, 2021

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SOFT OPENING

6 Minerva Street, Bethnal Green, E2 9EH

www.softopening.london
info@softopening.london

Open by appointment

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SHANNON CARTIER LUCY CAKE ON THE FLOOR
Jun 2 - Jul 31, 2021 FINAL WEEK

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SOMERSET HOUSE

Strand, WC2R 1LA

www.somersethouse.org.uk
info@somersethouse.org.uk

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NO COMPLY: SKATE CULTURE AND COMMUNITY
Jul 19 - Aug 19, 2021
This summer, Somerset House presents No Comply, a free exhibition exploring the phenomena of skateboarding and the impact of its culture and communities on the UK over the past 45 years.
 
Through the work of leading photographers, designers and filmmakers, No Comply celebrates the country’s vibrant and diverse skateboarding scene, documenting the transformative influence the subculture has played in shaping people, cities and culture in the UK, and beyond.
 
Up and down the country skateboarding is thriving, and during lockdown has experienced the biggest increase in uptake since 2000, with over 750,000 skaters and 1,500 active skateparks currently operating across the UK. We’ll soon witness its debut at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, yet despite its prevalence, the story of skateboarding’s longstanding influence has remained under the radar.
 
Bringing together film, sound, art, fashion, design, photography and archive material, No Comply unpacks the dynamic story of skateboarding in the UK, through three enduring themes that define the subculture’s ethos: the city as playground, skateboarding communities and DIY culture.

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SOTHEBY'S S|2 GALLERY LONDON

31 St. George Street, W1S 25J
020 7293 5502

www.sothebys.com/S2
S2London@sothebys.com

Public access 10am-1pm; Entry is by appointment only from 1-5pm

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GALLERY 31: CREATE, CAPTURE, ORGANISE
Jul 1 - Oct 31, 2021
Explores the notion of the body as an archive; recording collective stories, experiences, and memories.

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SOUTH LONDON GALLERY

65–67 Peckham Road, SE5 8UH
020 7703 6120

www.southlondongallery.org
mail@southlondongallery.org

Wed-Sun 11-6. Pre-book entry online

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INDEPENDENCE
May 19 - Sep 19, 2021
This exhibition explores the history of the South London Gallery since the 2003 exhibition Independence.
 
Independence reflected on the gallery’s separation from Southwark Council, which it had been part of for nearly a century.
 
The gallery’s fascinating history since that landmark moment is presented in the Archive room, with digitised photographs, press releases, exhibition leaflets and much more available to browse.
 
Learn more about the expansion of the SLG’s buildings, artist programmes and educational reach in the last two decades.

UFUOMA ESSI: FROM WHERE WE LAND
Jun 18 - Aug 29, 2021
Ufuoma Essi, the SLG’s tenth Postgraduate Artist in Residence, is a video artist and filmmaker.
 
Her new film work, From Where We Land, examines second-generation Black British women and their relationship with identity, feelings of cultural displacement, and their relationship to Britain.
 
The film will look at the contributions of the 1980s Black feminist movement in England and the legacies of first-generation children of African and Caribbean immigrants. The film incorporates archive footage of 1980s Britain and 16mm footage shot on location in Margate and south London.
 
BIOGRAPHY
Ufuoma Essi (b. 1995, London) is a video artist, filmmaker and film programmer from Lewisham, south east London. Essi studied at University College London, 2014–2018 and the University of Pennsylvania, 2016–2017.
 
Previous exhibitions and screenings include Barbican Centre, London; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Croydon Art Store, London; Black Star Film Festival, Philadelphia; South London Gallery; and Chisenhale Studios, London. Essi has been selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2020, and Syllabus VI (2020–21) a collaboratively produced alternative learning programme that supports ten artists across ten months. Forthcoming presentations include the culmination of a short digital residency with the Black Cultural Archives, curated by Languid Hands (Rabz Lansiquot and Imani Robinson).

CHRISTINA QUARLES: IN LIKENESS
Jun 18 - Aug 29, 2021
American artist Christina Quarles (b. 1985) lives and works in Los Angeles.
 
She creates surreal and deliberately ambiguous images of bodies that seem barely contained by the frame of the canvas. This display at the South London Gallery brings together Quarles’s vibrant and textured paintings, as well as works on paper, and is her first solo exhibition in a major London institution.
 
The figures in Quarles’s expressive, large-scale paintings are an embodiment of her own perspective on the world and she has described them as conveying ‘the experience of living in a body rather than looking at a body.’ Entwined bodies are set against abstracted environments, facial features are obscured and skin is rendered in a spectrum of shifting colour. The ways in which her painted bodies elude definition is a reflection of her own experience of being misread or misrepresented as a queer cis woman, born to a black father and white mother.
 
Eight of Quarles’s paintings including For a Flaw/ For a Fall/ For the End, 2018 and Sumday (We Gunna Rest on) Sunday, 2019 are on display in the SLG’s Main Gallery alongside a selection of the artist’s drawings. In these works on paper, fragments of text often taken from songs or poems intersect with bodies and reveal some of the literary, musical and autobiographical references that underpin her work.
 
This exhibition was organised by The Hepworth Wakefield.

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SOUTHWARK PARK GALLERIES

Southwark Park, SE16 2UA
020 7237 1230

www.southwarkparkgalleries.org
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11am - 5pm during exhibitions, please check website for details.

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Click to enlargeA FINE DAY FOR SEEING
Jul 28 - Aug 29, 2021
Private view Sun Jul 25 2pm - 5pm
A Fine Day for Seeing’ takes its title from the New York School poet and curator Frank O’Hara, who bridged literary and artistic worlds in the late 50s. In this spirit of collaboration between word and image, the exhibition at Southwark Park Galleries presents ten pairs of internationally acclaimed poets and artists who have been invited to work in dialogue with each other. Each artist is represented by a single piece, and the accompanying poems will be available through performances, discussions, recordings and a publication. Some of the participating poets will also be offering writing workshops hosted by the Poetry School. The show is curated by Tamar Yoseloff, a poet with a strong engagement with visual art, and Paul Carey-Kent, an art writer with a long-standing interest in poetry.
 
Poet // Artist
 
Khairani Barokka // Michelle Williams Gamaker
Leo Boix // Jessica Sarah Rinland
Annie Freud // May Cornet
Martha Kapos //Mali Morris
Roy McFarlane // Hew Locke
Maitreybandhu // Basil Beattie
Julian Stannard // Juliette Marhieux Bartoli
Harriet Tarlo // Judith Tucker
Jane Yeh // Virginia Verran
Tamar Yoseloff // Alison Gill
 
A Fine Day for Seeing has been made possible with thanks to the generous support of Arts Council England

ANNE RYAN // THE CITY RISES
Jul 28 - Sep 19, 2021
Private view Sun Jul 25 2pm - 5pm
For her epic new installation created for Dilston Gallery’s vast concrete hall, London-based Irish contemporary artist Anne Ryan captures the sprawling dynamism of the city and its communities. Through her vibrant ceramic and cement sculptures, paintings and three-dimensional cutouts, Ryan's observations, speculations and dreams of the city collide. Anne Ryan, The City Rises opens at Dilston Gallery, Southwark Park Galleries, on 28 July and runs until 19 September.
 
Part of Ryan’s starting point for her work comes from the slow city walks she takes around London, which she describes as saunters (from the French sans terre, meaning ‘without land’), and says: “Walking allows the city to open up with possibilities - dreamscapes, fictional spaces, historical sites. A saunter is different from a commute or a journey with purpose, far more playful and open-ended.”
 
In her cutouts and sculptures, Ryan recreates fragments of the city assembled from these walks - the chance encounters and absurd juxtapositions create riotously amplified and interwoven daily narratives. Figures and characters such as dog walkers, boxers, musicians, and horses transport viewers into noisy scenes of London life. Stories and scenarios, imagined and remembered, are constructed via glimpses through backlit windows or encounters on deserted pathways. These saunters are also as much a journey through culture and the mental space an artist inhabits when making work - ‘a dream world while walking’ as Ryan calls it. These combine with situations observed in motion, becoming juxtaposed with the fleeting hustle, energy, debris and bodies which inhabits these streets.
 
The exhibition is generously supported by The Paul and Louise Cooke Endowment, Southwark Council and Arts Council England.

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SPACE

10 Oakfield Road, Ilford, IG1 1ZJ
020 8525 4330

www.spacestudios.org.uk
exhibitions@spacestudios.org.uk

Galleries temporarily closed, check website / soc. media for updates

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SPACE STATION SIXTY-FIVE

Building One, 373 Kennington Road, SE11 4PT
020 7820 1120

www.spacestationsixtyfive.com
info@spacestationsixtyfive.com

Thur-Sat 12-6

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REBEL DYKES
Jun 25 - Sep 17, 2021
Space Station Sixty-Five will be relaunching with Rebel Dykes, Art & Archive, the exhibition celebrating the release of Rebel Dykes film which premiered at this year’s Flare film fest.
 
The exhibition, curated by Atalanta Kernick and Kat Hudson, launches 24th June 2021, 6:30–8:30pm. The project will include performances hosted by Karen Fisch.
The exhibition includes work by 46 artists.

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SPRÜTH MAGERS

7a Grafton Street, WIS 4EJ
020 7408 1613

www.spruethmagers.com
info@spruethmagers.com

Tue-Sat 11-5, pre-book a slot online

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PETER FISCHLI
Jun 3 - Sep 25, 2021

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STANLEY PICKER GALLERY

Kingston School of Art, Kingston University, Grange Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2QJ
020 8417 4074

www.stanleypickergallery.org
stanleypickergallery@kingston.ac.uk

Thursday-Saturday 11am-5pm

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STUDIO VOLTAIRE

1a Nelsons Row, Clapham, SW4 7JR
020 7622 1294

www.studiovoltaire.org
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Clapham office closed; staff working remotely

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THE SUNDAY PAINTER

117-119, South Lambeth Road, SW8 1XA
020 7735 5037

www.thesundaypainter.co.uk
info@thesundaypainter.co.uk

Wed-Sat 12-6 during exhibitions

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TYRA TINGLEFF
Jun 24 - Aug 31, 2021

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SUNDY

43 Wooler Street, SE17 2ED
07514 001 290

www.sundy.co.uk
info@sundy.co.uk

Fri - Sat 2-6 pm, Wed & Thurs by appointment

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TATE BRITAIN

Millbank, SW1P 4RG
020 7887 8888

www.tate.org.uk/britain

Mon-Sun 10-6. Pre-booked tickets only - see website

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COOKING SECTIONS: SALMON - A RED HERRING
Nov 27, 2020 - Aug 31, 2021
Salmon: A Red Herring explores the deceptive reality of salmon as a colour and as a fish
 
Cooking Sections are Daniel Fernández Pascual and Alon Schwabe. Their long-term project CLIMAVORE explores the relationship between how we eat and the climate emergency.
 
Salmon is usually thought of as pink. The colour is even called ‘salmon pink’. However, farmed salmon today would be grey. To make them the expected colour, synthetic pigments are added to their feed. As Cooking Sections put it, salmon is ‘the colour of a wild fish which is neither wild, nor fish, nor even salmon’. Salmon are farmed in open nets, which severely impact wild salmon populations and marine life across the seabed of the west coast of Scotland.
 
The changing colours of species are warning signs of an environmental crisis. Many of these alterations result from humans and animals ingesting and absorbing synthetic substances. Changes in flesh, scales, feathers, skin, leaves or wings give us clues to environmental and metabolic transformations around us and inside us. This installation questions what colours we expect in our ‘natural’ environment as our planet changes.
 
Prompted by this project, farmed salmon has been permanently removed from food outlets at all Tate sites. It has been replaced with ingredients that promote regenerative aquacultures, including bivalves and seaweeds. You can find these menu items at the Djanogly Café and Members Room. This artistic agreement with Cooking Sections solidifies Tate’s commitment to act in the face of the climate emergency.
 
Cooking Sections are Daniel Fernández Pascual and Alon Schwabe: a duo of spatial practitioners based in London who use installation, performance, mapping and video, to explore the systems that organise the world through food.

PAULA REGO
Jul 7 - Oct 24, 2021
The largest and most comprehensive retrospective of Paula Rego’s work to date
 
Since the 1950s, Paula Rego has played a key role in redefining figurative art in the UK and internationally. An uncompromising artist of extraordinary imaginative power, she has revolutionised the way in which women are represented.
 
This exhibition will tell the story of this artist’s extraordinary life, highlighting the personal nature of much of her work and the socio-political context in which it is rooted. It will also reveal the artist’s broad range of references, from comic strips to history painting.
 
It will feature over 100 works, including collage, paintings, large-scale pastels, ink and pencil drawings, etchings and sculpture. These will include early work from the 1950s in which Rego first explored personal as well as social struggle, her large pastels of single figures from the acclaimed Dog Women and Abortion series and her richly layered, staged scenes from the 2000-10s.
 
This will be a unique opportunity to survey, in the city that Rego has lived in and called home for most of her life, the full range of her work.

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TATE MODERN

Bankside, SE1 9TG
020 7887 8888

www.tate.org.uk

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BEUYS' ACORNS
May 4 - Nov 14, 2021
In response to the climate emergency, artists Ackroyd & Harvey have installed Beuys’ Acorns, a group of 100 oak trees, on Tate Modern’s South Terrace
 
Beuys’ Acorns takes its inspiration from the artist and co-founder of the German Green party Joseph Beuys, whose centenary it is this year. From 1982 to 1987, Beuys and his helpers planted 7,000 trees alongside 7,000 basalt rocks in Kassel, Germany. Called 7000 Oaks this ‘social sculpture’, as Beuys called it, permanently altered the cityscape, connecting art to the emerging climate movement.
 
In 2007, British artists Ackroyd & Harvey travelled to Kassel and collected acorns from the original oaks. A hundred of the now-grown trees will come together at Tate Modern, creating a living sculpture – a place for gathering and for rethinking our connections with nature.
 
At Tate Modern, Beuys’ Acorns will sit directly above Beuys’s work The End of the Twentieth Century, installed in the Tanks below. Its basalt stones are derived from the same rocks used in 7000 Oaks, reuniting the two elements from Beuys’s original piece.
 
Ackroyd & Harvey are co-founders of Culture Declares Emergency, which launched in April 2019. The movement aims to create strategic plans for individuals and organisations – including Tate – to help sustain the planet.

THE MAKING OF RODIN
May 18 - Nov 21, 2021
Experimental works reveal a new side to the sculptor who changed modern art
 
Working at the turn of the 20th century, Auguste Rodin broke the rules of classical sculpture to create an image of the human body that mirrored the ruptures, complexities and uncertainties of the modern age.
 
This major exhibition is the first to focus on the importance of plaster in his work. Although Rodin is best known for his bronze and marble sculptures, he himself worked as a modeller, who captured movement, light and volume in pliable materials such as clay and plaster.
 
This presentation evokes the atmosphere of the artist’s studio. Plasters casts in all sizes show how he continually experimented with fragmentation, repetition and joining existing parts in unconventional ways. Some of his best-known works were influenced by this process, including The Burghers of Calais, which is represented here by the newly restored original plaster.
 
With the process of making at its heart, the exhibition also considers the complex dynamics of the workshop, as well as between the artist and his models and collaborators, including fellow sculptor Camille Claudel, the Japanese actress Ohta Hisa, and the German aristocrat Helene Von Nostitz.
 
The realisation of this landmark exhibition is possible due to a unique collaboration with the Musée Rodin, who have offered Tate unprecedented access to their collection. It features over 200 works, many of which have not been seen outside of France before.

SOPHIE TAEUBER-ARP
Jul 15 - Oct 17, 2021
A long overdue recognition of Taeuber-Arp’s pivotal contribution to modern art and design
 
Sophie Taeuber-Arp was one of the foremost abstract artists and designers of the 1920s and 30s. Her multidisciplinary work has enduring influence, inspiring innovative artists and designers around the world.
 
Taeuber-Arp’s creative output was extraordinarily diverse and at times controversial. She made embroideries and paintings, carved sculptures and edited magazines, created puppets and mysterious Dada objects. She combined traditional crafts with the vocabulary of modernist abstraction, challenging the boundaries separating art and design.
 
This is the first retrospective of her work ever held in the UK. It brings together her principal works from major collections in Europe and the US, most of which have never been seen in this country before.

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TAYMOUR GRAHNE PROJECTS

(Holland Park), 10 Portland Road, W11 4LA
020 7967 9095

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Click to enlargeMADELYNN GREEN : HEARTLAND
Jul 17 - Sep 9, 2021
On view at Taymour Grahne Projects in Holland Park, the paintings in 'Heartland' bridge the artist’s American origins with her current residence in the U.K.
 
Green’s background in politics guides her paintings and is subtly manifested in her proliferation of counter-hegemonic images. Making paintings in focused series, she addresses a range of subjects, synthesizing varied ideas and experiences. Working from photo and video reference material as well as imagination, recent subjects have included family and social dynamics.
 
Madelynn Green completed a bachelors in political science and Africana studies at University of Notre Dame (BSC, 2015) and received her masters from Central Saint Martins (MFA, 2019). Green’s work is held in private collections globally and has been acquired by the UK Government Art Collection and the X Museum.

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TAYMOUR GRAHNE PROJECTS

(Notting Hill), 1 Lonsdale Road, W11 2BY
0044 020 3745 8706

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THAMES-SIDE STUDIOS GALLERY

Thames-Side Studios, Harrington Way, Warspite Road, SE18 5NR
020 8301 8844

www.thames-sidestudios.co.uk
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Thur-Sun 12-5pm. Email to book an appointment.

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THOMAS DANE GALLERY

3 & 11 Duke Street, St James's, SW1Y 6BN
020 7925 2505

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PATRICIA LEITE : CANINANA
Jun 3 - Sep 25, 2021
For her inaugural solo exhibition at Thomas Dane Gallery, Patricia Leite presents a new series of oil on wood paintings informed by the landscape of Săo Paulo’s Barra do Una. Leite’s paintings frequently involve the layering of pigment to ruminate on temporal and evanescent states such as qualities of light, ephemeral atmospheres and momentary sensations. In this new body of work, Leite examines a particularly biodiverse ecosystem, portraying the abundant flora, fauna, waterfalls and seascapes of the region. As a site of outstanding natural beauty, the Barra do Una is also subject to profound environmental damage. For Caninana, Leite distils the Barra do Una’s biodiversity to its essence, making visible otherwise overlooked details, and celebrating the region’s fragile complexity.

PAUL PFEIFFER: INCARNATOR
Jun 15 - Aug 7, 2021

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TIMOTHY TAYLOR

15 Bolton Street, W1J 8BG
020 7409 3344

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Click to enlargeIRL IN REAL LIFE
Jul 8 - Aug 21, 2021
We're delighted to announce our summer group exhibition, IRL (In Real Life). Conceived in a year in which cyberspace came to dominate the ways we work, socialise and connect with the world, IRL explores how this context has altered notions of the sensory experience - togetherness, sensuality and physicality - for contemporary artists today.
 
Ranging from textile works and photography to richly surfaced paintings, prints and sculpture, IRL features work by Kesewa Aboah, Rebecca Ackroyd, Alma Berrow, Lily Bertrand-Webb, Will Brickel, Sahara Longe, Lydia Pettit, Jiab Prachakul, Alexis Ralaivao, Erin M. Riley, Antonia Showering and Honor Titus.

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TIWANI CONTEMPORARY

16 Little Portland Street, W1W 8BP
020 7631 3808

www.tiwani.co.uk
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Tue-Fri 116, Sat 12-5 & by appt

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TJ BOULTING

59 Riding House St, W1W 7EG
020 7729 6591

www.tjboulting.com
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Tue-Sat 11-6

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TRAFALGAR AVENUE

29 Trafalgar Avenue, SE15 6NP
+44 (0) 20 7277 4727

www.trafalgaravenue.co.uk
info@trafalgaravenue.co.uk

Thurs-Sun 12-6pm & by appointment during exhibitions

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PLEASURE SCENE
Jun 11 - Jul 25, 2021 FINAL WEEK
Our inaugural exhibition marks the culmination of an 18-month collaborative project bringing together nine artists from across the UK to respond to the iconic modernist ruin, St Peter’s Seminary.

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