1. Rachel Howard and Phillip Allen at the Drawing Biennale 2017

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    Drawing Biennial 2017 offers insights into how artists contend with a world in rapid and disorienting flux. A snapshot of contemporary drawing practices, the exhibition includes more than 200 new and recent works on paper by leading international artists of different generations. Rachel Howard: Night Drawing, 2017Unique ink on paper, 210 x 298 mm Culminating in an online auction in...
  2. Gavin Turk: Give In

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    Ben Brown Fine Arts presents Give In, an exhibition of Gavin Turk's highly influential works to coincide with the artist's major survey show, Who What When Where How & Why at Damien Hirst's award-winning Newport Street Gallery. Give In transforms the gallery into a Museum of Curiosities, with pseudo-archaeological objects in cabinets punctuating the space, an installation cum magician's trick, and brand new trompe...
  3. Tim Noble and Sue Webster: Sticks with Dicks and Slits

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    Tim Noble and Sue Webster return to Blain|Southern London to present a new body of sculptural works. In their third exhibition with the gallery, STICKS WITH DICKS AND SLITS, the duo present pairs of giant self-portraits. These stick figures are sculpted in twisted bronze, an entirely new method for the artists. Based on handmade maquettes made with electrical wire, the...
  4. I lost my heart to a starship trooper

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    The exhibition has been curated by London-based art consultant Catherine Loewe, who says: ‘The exhibition’s title comes from the 1978 Hot Gossip song of the same name, and also refers to the artist Glenn Brown, who used the title for one of his paintings, a meticulous rendition of a Rembrandt. Through this appropriation, Brown united something old and almost sacred...
  5. Fiona Banner: Heart of Darkness

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    The exhibition to be held at mfc-michèle didier gallery will be a presentation of works by British artist Fiona Banner. On this occasion, Banner – who continuously investigates the slippage between object, image and text through the prism of graphic and editorial works – has hinged the exhibition on her adaptation of Joseph Conrad’s novella Heart Of Darkness. Conrad’s tale...
  6. Johannes Albers: new sculptures at Other Criteria London

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    New unique sculptures by artist Johannes Albers are currently on show at Other Criteria London. In his new work Johannes Albers reminds us of those forgotten places, beneath the stairs, under a rug, in the gutter where a silent story continues. Some dust and random objects, an old shoe, what goes on after we are gone. When we die, the bacteria...
  7. Michael Joo: 'Barrier Island'

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    Michael Joo, research documentation of tabby ruins, Sapelo Island, Georgia, detail. Courtesy of the artist.  The SCAD Museum of Art presents "Barrier Island," an exhibition of new artwork by renowned artist Michael Joo. Specifically conceived for the SCAD Museum of Art, the exhibition is inspired by the location, natural resources and anthropology of coastal Georgia. The artist explores the residual effects...
  8. Rachel Howard at Intragallery, Naples

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    The symbolism of the number three is almost infinite. Seen in the myths of all civilizations, in all latitudes, it is considered the "perfect number", as an expression of the Triad or Trinity. It is the spiritual symbol of the plant stretching its branches (trifurcation) and the Pythagoreans considered it sacred because it allows you to draw the triangle, perfect...
  9. Rachel Howard's largest solo exhibition in Italy opens at Macro Testaccio

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    Rachel Howard’s largest major solo exhibition in Rome opens on the 22 September at MACRO Testaccio. The exhibition will be housed in the museum’s Testaccio building, a former slaughterhouse. The centre space will be occupied by Howard’s Paintings of Violence (Why I am not a mere Christian), an installation of ten paintings and one sculpture. Created over a period of...
  10. Adam Dix: All Are Welcome

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    Adam Dix: The Puppet, 2015Ink, fluorescent pigment and oil on canvas67 x 51 in / 170 x 130 cm ‘Social networking captures the techno-chic of the moment, but for all its glitz as the latest new technology to bind, bond and communicate, the principles it enshrines originate deep in our evolutionary past’. Clive Gamble from Thinking Big Eleven is pleased to...
  11. Damien Hirst at the National Gallery of Art, Washington

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    The Last Supper (1990), a series of 13 monumental prints by British artist Damien Hirst, was acquired by the National Gallery of Art from the Corcoran Gallery of Art in 2015. Hirst was among the most prominent of the Young British Artists—or YBAs, as they are known—who revitalized the British art scene in the 1990s. In The Last Supper, he...
  12. Eduardo Sarabia at Museo Tamayo

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    Ceramics have been used by different cultures over time, among other things, as a narrative tool. In the work of Eduardo Sarabia, ceramics has become one of the mainstays for interweaving traditional elements, with issues such as social and natural survival, and activities that intersect with illicit economies. Thus, different types of motion, flow, and exchange that are intertwined in everyday...
  13. Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick

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    A new exhibition, curated by Mo’Wax and UNKLE founder, artist and musician James Lavelle, featuring a host of contemporary artists, film makers and musicians showcasing works inspired by Stanley Kubrick. Contributors include: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin / Carl Craig / Charlotte Colbert / Chris Levine / Christiane Kubrick / David Nicholson / Dexter Navy / Doug Foster / Doug...
  14. Perspectives: Michael Joo at the Sackler Gallery

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    An installation by Korean American artist Michael Joo (b. 1966, Ithaca, N.Y.) will be exhibited in the Smithsonian’s Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Pavilion this year as part of the museum’s “Perspectives” contemporary art series. “Perspectives: Michael Joo,” on view July 2, 2016–July 9, 2017, will explore the migration patterns of Korean red-crowned cranes. The monumental installation consists of a canvas—nearly...
  15. Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair 2016

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    Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair returns to London on 12th June. The iconic event that sees the art world let its hair down returns to the Truman Brewery on Brick Lane for one day only. This year’s theme is ‘The Hand’, and promises a hand-selected line-up of established and up-and-coming artists who will be personally pitching up and selling their original...
  16. Rachel Howard in Animal Farm – Beastly Muses and Metaphors at Sotheby's

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    Sotheby’s Contemporary art gallery "S|2" present Animal Farm: Beastly Muses and Metaphors, an exhibition that explores the multifaceted relationship between man and animal. From the beginning of recorded human history animals have been embedded in man’s psyche, represented in literature, music, religion and astrology. Through artistic expression in particular, animals often serve as metaphors for our own intrinsic human characteristics...
  17. Artists with Liberty: Save Our Human Rights Act

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    Inspired by Liberty and our campaign work, Artists with Liberty: Save Our Human Rights Act has been created by a group of leading artists who believe, like we do, that human rights and civil liberties should be protected. Their work reflects the capacity art has to engage and inform on complex issues with power and beauty. We hope they inspire...
  18. Drinks reception at Other Criteria Ilfracombe

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    On the occasion of the exhibition of Rachel Howard‘s new print series, ‘Reasons’, Other Criteria is pleased to invite you for drinks, Saturday 28th May April, from 12–2pm. Please contact ilfracombe@othercriteria.com for more information. Rachel Howard’s new series, ‘Reasons’,  will be exhibited in both Other Criteria London and Ilfracombe until the 10th of July, 2016.
  19. 'I Prefer Life': Joanna Kirk at the Weserburg Museum for Modern Art

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    The exhibition “I Prefer Life” brings together more than 100 pictures, sculptures and video works that investigate in a quite sensual and convincingly provocative manner issues of identity, the assignment of social roles, and also existential areas such as life and death. Highlights and previously undisplayed works from the Reydan Weiss Collection will be presented. The collector was born in...
  20. Other Criteria launch Rachel Howard’s first woodcut series at Art16

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    Other Criteria launch Rachel Howard’s first woodcut series, ‘Reasons’, featuring a series of ten woodblock prints on paper at Art16, booth A10, on the 19th of May 2016. These new works are also available online and in-store. Rachel Howard, HeadWoodcut print, edition of 25 "The act of carving is so satisfying but also unforgiving not unlike the process of making my drawings...

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