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sussexarts

Sussex Modernism: Retreat and Rebellion

This exhibition examines why radical artists and writers were drawn to the rolling hills, seaside resorts, and quaint villages of Sussex in the first half of the 20th century and how, in the communities they created, artistic innovation ran hand in-hand with political, sexual and domestic experimentation. To complement the exhibition a soundscape has been created by […]

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Anselm Kiefer

Anselm Kiefer Walhalla

Bermondsey – White Cube is pleased to present an exhibition by Anselm Kiefer featuring new, large-scale installation, sculpture and painting. Titled ‘Walhalla’, the exhibition refers to the mythical place in Norse mythology, a paradise for those slain in battle, as well as to the Walhalla neo-classical monument, built by Ludwig I King of Bavaria in […]

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Saul Leiter

Saul Leiter

Todd Haynes’ film ‘Carol ‘was visually inspired by the work of Saul Leiter and some mood boards are left out in the gallery to look through, you can see the use of colour and abstraction from the 1950’s, yellows and reds and a purple hued grey stand out.

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Simryn Gill

Citizens and States

Free at the Tate Modern: Barbara Hepworth and Philip Guston – Abstraction and Society – Civil War – Lorna Simpson – Protest: Latin American Photobooks – Harun Farocki ARTIST ROOMS: Joseph Beuys – Gülsün Karamustafa – Citizens – Bernd and Hilla Becher – Simryn Gill “Though some artists associated modernism with a utopian vision, art […]

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yellowbluepink

yellowbluepink

Ann Veronica Janssens: yellowbluepink Suspend your everyday vision for a simple and relaxing wander through colour. This new installation by Ann Veronica Janssens explores light and colour as she invades the gallery with coloured mist. Colour is caught in a state of suspension, obscuring any detail of surface or depth. Instead, attention is focussed on […]

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burdenofproof

Burden of Proof

Burden Of Proof: The Construction of Visual Evidence The use of photography as factual evidence in the courtroom became an essential tool in the service of justice from the late 1800s. Over the following century however, the reliability of photographic ‘facts’ were ardently debated, sometimes legitimately contested and often contradicted. The exhibition presents eleven case […]

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King & McGaw Pop-up Gallery

King & McGaw Pop-up Gallery

The posters are on show at London’s King & McGaw Pop-up Gallery Opening Times Exhibition dates: 14 – 26 May 2015 Daily 11am – 7pm (except Sundays) Taking place at the King & McGaw pop-up gallery in Soho, the unique exhibition will showcase posters designed by some of the greatest artists of the 20th century. […]

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sundayinthepark

Sunday In The Park With Ed

Images – Saskia Edens and P A Black © 2015 all rights reserved My Lovely friend, Pascal is curating this.. He is Swiss/ French artist working in collaboration with a wide range of artists, using art history as a kicking off point for new work @DisplayGallery An exhibition curated by Cedric Cristie and Pascal Rousson, […]

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Edwin Smith

Exhibition and retrospective of Edwin Smith – one of Britain’s foremost 20th century photographers. Architecture Gallery, RIBA, 66 Portland Place, W1B 1AD, London. “Ordinary Beauty: The Photography of Edwin Smith features over 100 extraordinary images from a collection of over 60,000 negatives and 20,000 prints given by Olive Cook, Smith’s widow and collaborator, to the […]

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art show

We Could Not Agree

‘We Could Not Agree’ is a group show featuring over one hundred artists brought together by eight curators. It all happens down in a circular car park underneath Cavendish Square in W1 London. There are live performances and bricolage galore, I loved the swans made out of suits and my friends work Obvs.. My friend […]

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British Folk Art Tate Modern

British Folk Art Tate Modern

Super new exhibition of folk art at Tate modern – from mast heads to bone chickens. http://www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/video/tateshots-british-folk-art “Curator Martin Myrone introduces the British Folk Art exhibition at Tate Britain. Steeped in tradition and generally created by self-taught artists and artisans, the often humble but always remarkable objects on display include everything from quirky shop signs […]

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sarah lucas

Sarah Lucas

Sarah Lucas at the Whitechapel gallery “First coming to prominence in the 1990s with a show at London’s City Racing memorably titled, Penis Nailed to a Board, this British artist’s sculpture, photography and installation have established her as one of the most important figures of her generation.” This exhibition is loads of fun and there […]

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