1. Now You See Me: Exploring Body Politics at TJ Boulting

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    The exhibition presents both established and emerging artists and includes various techniques within the photographic medium, from the historic to the contemporary. 'Now You See Me' shows the body as the ultimate versatile subject on which to project ideas of aesthetics, society, identity and politics. The use of the self-portrait in particular is a potent and direct one. American photographer...
  2. Harland Miller at Blain|Southern Berlin

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    Tonight We Make History (P.S. I Can’t Be There) is Harland Miller’s first solo exhibition in Germany. Departing from his use of appropriated imagery, the exhibition comprises many new large-scale paintings that incorporate his own designs, which is a first for the artist. He takes formal and conceptual inspiration from the abstract geometrical covers of popular psychology books of the 60s...
  3. 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...
  4. Jane Simpson’s gallery launches a “Selection Box”

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    Galerie Simpson, a non profit gallery, is a publishing label founded by artist Jane Simpson. Producing limited edition artworks made in close consultation with internationally renowned artists. The gallery will launch a Selection Box on the 22nd of April, 2016. It is a selection of 18 editions which have been created especially for this project and donated by the artists to help support...
  5. Art on a Postcard best of 2015 show raises money for charity

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    20 Best Cards of Art on a Postcard curated and hosted by Jealous. The show offers brand new print editions based on the finest postcard designs contributed to Art on a Postcard over 2015.The portfolio is comprised of 20 prints featuring internationally acclaimed artists such as Gavin Turk and Rachel Howard and aims to spread further awareness of the for...
  6. Eduardo Sarabia receives the Mike Kelley Foundation Grant

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    Eduardo Sarabia, Puerto Vallarta, 2004, Digital C-print on Fujiflex Crystal Archive, 42 x 55 inches. © Eduardo Sarabia, 2016. Photo courtesy of the artist and The Mistake Room, Los Angeles. Launched in June of last year, the Artist Project Grants seek to further Mike Kelley’s philanthropic work and honour his legacy by supporting innovative projects with visual artists at L.A...
  7. Polly Morgan: Zoote

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    Zoote at Benappi in Turin, Italy, featuring work by Polly Morgan, Wim Delvoye, Bertozzi & Cassoni and others. Polly Morgan: In There, Somewhere2014, Taxidermy, Jesmonite Press release: A modern and contemporary bestiary is the star of the show Zoote, a term used in ancient Greece were given the decorations python or leopard spots, the reasons that the centuries will reach the fashionable assemblies...
  8. Rachel Howard: Sette Opere per la Misericordia

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    Rachel Howard, Controlled Violence, 2015-2016Painting: oil and acrylic on canvas, 107 cm x 107 cmSculpture: wood, towels and pigment, 35cm x 35cm x 61cm + towels Sette Opere per la Misericordia (Seven Works for mercy) shows the works of seven contemporary artists, of international scope: Antonio Biasiucci, Roberto Caracciolo, Piero Golia, Rachel Howard, Anish Kapoor, Henrietta Labouchere and Olaf Nicolai.The artists have donated a...
  9. Michael Joo: Radiohalo

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    Press release:Blain|Southern announces Radiohalo, a major solo exhibition of new artworks by acclaimed New York-based artist Michael Joo. A conceptual artist who works across a variety of media, Joo is interested in themes of energy, nature, technology, history and perception, which he explores through narratives of places, people and objects. His non-linear, almost cyclical approach results in work that is...
  10. Fiona Banner: Study #13 Every Word Unmade

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    Study #13 looks in depth at the work Every Word Unmade: a series of 26 metre-high neon letters, together comprising an upper-case alphabet, hand made by artist Fiona Banner in 2007. This first presentation of Every Word Unmade in London is accompanied by a selection of Banner’s works using language and light. Fiona Banner, Every Word Unmade, 2007, installation view at...
  11. Polly Morgan: Dead Animals

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    At a time when natural history museums are moving away from taxidermy, there has been a resurgence of interest in popular culture—in Internet blogs and image collections, in fashion, home décor, and advertising—as well as in art practice. Dead Animals, or the curious occurrence of taxidermy in contemporary art surveys current artistic use of taxidermy through the work of eighteen...
  12. Johannes Albers: Stamps of Germany 1925 - 1985

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    It happens that the stage sets collapse. Rising, Metro tram, four hours in the office, Stulle, four hours of work, Döner, Bierchen, Metro tram, sleep and Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday according to the same rhythm - this path is easily followed most of the time. But one day the "why" arises and everything begins in that weariness...
  13. Eduardo Sarabia x Sami Hayek

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    This Thursday December 10th, 2015 at Just One Eye, a concept store in Los Angeles, Eduardo Sarabia will present his collaboration with designer Sami Hayek: “Nonversation”.
  14. Michael Craig-Martin: Transience

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    25 Nov 2015 to 14 Feb 2016 This winter, the Serpentine presents an exhibition by Michael Craig-Martin, one of the best-known British artists of his generation. This is the first solo show of Craig-Martin’s work in a London public institution since 1989. Michael Craig Martin, Untitled (light blurb), 2014Acrylic on aluminium, Private CollectionPhoto: Mike Bruce, courtesy of Serpentine Gallery This...
  15. The Humble Hanger

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    True Rocks in collaboration with Rachel Howard are presenting their limited edition jewellery. “The Humble Hanger” is available in 18 Carat Yellow or Rose Gold, the pendants are in editions of 50 each in small & large. Each one comes with an engraved signature & numbered on an 18 Carat gold tag. The jewellery is made in London. The Humble...
  16. New prints by Damien Hirst

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    Other Criteria are pleased to unveil Beneficence and Miracle, Damien Hirst's new prints. The prints will be available online and in-store from Wednesday 28th October between 1-2pm GMT (9-10am EST).The first ‘Kaleidoscope’ painting, ‘It’s a Wonderful World’, was created in 2001. Originally inspired by a Victorian tea tray found by Hirst. The ‘Kaleidoscope’ paintings reference the spiritual symbolism of the butterfly, used...
  17. VIDEO: Joanna Kirk's large-scale works at Blain|Southern London

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    The recent exhibition of new large-scale works in pastel by Joanna Kirk at Blain|Southern London – September 9th to October 8th, 2015.
  18. Rachel Howard at the Ackland Art Museum

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    With its new exhibition Testing Testing: Painting and Sculpture since1960 from the Permanent Collection, the Ackland Art Museum highlights ways in which late modern and contemporary painting and sculpture have tested possibilities both within and beyond boundaries of conventional media. The largest presentation of the Ackland’s relatively unknown collection of modern and contemporary painting and sculpture to date, the exhibition...
  19. Fiona Banner: Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling

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    10 October 2015 — 17 January 2016 Ikon Gallery, 1 Oozells Square, Brindleyplace, Birmingham B1 2HS SCROLL DOWN AND KEEP SCROLLING is the most comprehensive exhibition of Fiona Banner’s work to date, re-presenting key early projects alongside recent and unseen works that span a period of 25 years. “It is not a survey – more of an anti-survey,” says the...
  20. Modern Mythology: Lindsey Bull, Adam Dix, Jess Littlewood

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    8 October - 7 November 2015Private View: 7 October, 6.30-9pmThe Contemporary LondonSpace W10, 591-593 Harrow Road, London W10 4RAThe Contemporary London presents Modern Mythology, new works by Lindsey Bull, Adam Dix and Jess Littlewood that draw on a rich lexicon of imagery to explore our understanding of the world and the constructed belief systems used to navigate it. Drawing on resources from...

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