David Wheatley

  1. Mat Collishaw: Folly!

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    This summer, Mat Collishaw will be presenting two new site-specific sculptures at the National Trust's Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden in North Yorkshire as part of their Folly! programme. Mat Collishaw has created two striking new installations for the follies in Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal - a National Trust World Heritage Site in Yorkshire. A co-commission between the...
  2. Tracey Emin's 'My Bed' returns to Tate Britain

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  3. Other Criteria receive 'Best Booth' and 'Favourite work of Art' at Zona Maco

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  4. Sir Peter Blake exhibits at Paul Stolper Gallery London

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    Sir Peter Blake will be showing some of his most iconic portfolio’s at the Paul Stolper Gallery, London on the 27th of November 2014 until the 10th of January 2015. The exhibition ‘Side-Show’ is an in-depth exploration into one of Peter Blakes most remarkable portfolios consisting of five wood-engravings, ‘Tattooed Man’, ‘Bearded Lady’, ‘Midget’, ‘Fat Boy’ and ‘Giant’ all made...
  5. Schizophrenogenesis

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    Damien Hirst’s newest collaboration with Paul Stolper, Schizophrenogenesis, will launch at Paul Stolper Gallery in London on October 8th. This collaboration is a natural continuation of Hirst's lifelong exploration into how medicine, art and religion all coexist and intermingle. It will feature many playful sculptural works such as a Sudafed pill large enough to last you through the coming flu season and a...
  6. PHOTOS: Ilfracombe's 1st Birthday

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  7. Eleven at Cock ‘n’ Bull Gallery

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    16th May-12th June 2014Private view: Thursday 15th May, 6.30 to 9.30pm Adam Dix, Founding Fathers, 2012, Oil on board Eleven presents a group exhibition at Mark Hix’s Cock ‘n’ Bull Gallery at Tramshed featuring work by Kent Christensen, Cedric Christie, Adam Dix, Gerry Fox, Roland Hicks, Natasha Kissell, Natasha Law, Peter Newman, Jennie Ottinger and Jonathan Yeo.Many of the new works exhibited...
  8. æaxta, London (N4)

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  9. Launch: New Sculptures by Marcus Harvey

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    Press release: London based Other Criteria is establishing an international following for its eclectic array of artist editions. Other Criteria welcomes Marcus Harvey as the next artist to produce a series of sculptural works exclusively created for the gallery based on New Bond Street from 25 October 2012. The sculptures are portraits of characters inspired by an array of British...
  10. Anna Balecho: Memories, at all discount rates

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    NO WAY presents MEMORIES, ALL AT DISCOUNT RATES4 - 31 October 2012Round the CornerRua Nova da TrindadePortas 9F A 9GLisbon26 year old photographer/artist Anna Balecho is based in Lisbon, Portugal. A graduate of Photography and Visual Culture at IADE and of the Portuguese Institute of Photography, Anna’s work on 35mm film Reflex cameras explores a personal interior world.Recounting visual memories, love...
  11. Ayuko Sugiura' Second Skin at WW Gallery

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    WW Gallery, 34/35 Hatton Garden EC1N 8DXOpen Weds - Fri 11 - 6pm; Sat 11 - 4pmFrom the press release:The WW Gallery are presenting a solo show of works by Ayuko Sugiura. Working with sculpture and installation, Sugiura presents the viewer with a series of new skins, whether these are patterns projected onto a surface, layers of silicone, or tokens...
  12. GROUP 2012 - Exhibition of 38 artists longlisted for the WW SOLO Award

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    WW Gallery 34/35 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8DX1 - 25 August 2012 Private View Tuesday 31 July 6-9pmOpen Weds – Fri 11 - 6pm; Sat 11 - 4pmThe WW SOLO award is different to other arts awards in that its focus stretches further than just new graduates. Other art prizes might be on the look out for the new generation...
  13. The Yellow Wallpaper

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    The Cob Gallery 205 Royal College Street London NW1 0SG22nd June – 21st July 2012Opening 21st of June from 6.30pmOpening Hours Wednesday – Saturday, 12 – 6pmThe Yellow Wallpaper features new works by six female artists made in response to ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’, a Gothic short story written by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Artists Eve Ackroyd, Becky Allen, Gabriella Boyd, Adeline de...
  14. Broken Fingaz Crew at Shop 13, The Old Truman Brewery

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    Old Truman Brewery15 Hanbury Street, E1 6QR LondonUntil 29.04.12 - Open daily 12pm - 6pmTonight will see the opening of Crazy Eye Hotel, the first major UK show by Broken Fingaz Crew, an incredible, pioneering, street art collective from Haifa in northern Israel. The crew's native city is a palpable influence on their work, alongside the ephemera of everyday life, 80s...
  15. Phil Illingworth | Frightening Albert

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    Wilson Williams Gallery34/35 Hatton GardenLondon EC1N 8BX11 April - 5 May 2012Open Weds – Fri 11 - 6pm; Sat 11 - 4pmWW Gallery is pleased to present the inaugural exhibition at the gallery's new location 34/35 Hatton Garden, London. Frightening Albert is a solo show of new works by Phil Illingworth, which is inspired by and takes its name from...
  16. Martin Westwood: Supermen Made You But Only Superfluity Will Release You

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    Galerie Fons WeltersBloemstraat 1401016 LJ Amsterdam09.03 - 14.04.2012From the Press Release:Galerie Fons Welters is proud to present the first solo exhibition of British artist Martin Westwood. Scattered through the main space of the gallery, self-contained sculptures and wall based works form a constellation that generates a veil of playful alchemy, connecting the natural and architectonic elements. In Westwood’s work the...
  17. Steve Bishop - Buildings are Heavy

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    Supplement31 Temple StreetLondon E2 6QQFrom the press release:Steve Bishop’s practice often deals with the balance of the formal and associative qualities of objects and materials, creating an internal logic within works. Bishop is interested in categories of objects, in examining the distinction between fabricated, factory fabricated and found materials. His works play on the relationship between an object’s cultural significance...
  18. Face/OFF at Gallery Gebr. Lehmann, Berlin

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    Seven different artistic positions are shown in the group exhibition Face/OFF at Gallery Gebr. Lehmann in Berlin. Each position deals with the classical concept of the portrait, resulting in works that render multifaceted variations on–and abstractions of–this genre. Contrary to the traditional portrait’s objective of both creating a likeness of the subject’s body and showing a person’s character, the works...
  19. 'Bright Young Things' at Selfridges, London

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    Launched this month following the success of last year's campaign, is 'Bright Young Things', a project initiated by Selfridges to seek out and champion the most exciting young designers in the UK. The scheme features a total of fifteen UK-based emerging talents from the worlds of fashion, art, design and food.From 6 January 2012 until the end of February, each...
  20. Christopher Baker's HELLO WORLD!

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    Until 28 February 201273 Duke of York’s Square, King’s Road, London, SW3 4LY From the press release:The Saatchi Gallery’s first ever screening room for film and video opened on the 3rd of January in a space on Duke of York’s Square, a stone’s throw from the Gallery in Chelsea. Saatchi Screen, in partnership with The Cadogan Estate and Hugo Boss...

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