1. New monograph by Eduardo Sarabia

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    Eduardo Sarabia's new monograph has been published on the occasion of the artist's mid-career survey, by Instituto Cultural Cabañas and Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Oaxaca, with the support of the State of Jalisco, Mexico. The book includes new texts by TMR Director and Chief Curator Cesar Garcia and DePaul Art Museum Director Julie Rodrigues Widholm.  The book launch will take place...
  2. Mat Collishaw at The New Art Gallery Walsall

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    25 September 2015 to 10 January 2016The New Art Gallery Walsall presents a major survey exhibition by British artist Mat Collishaw, his largest UK show to date and his first in a UK public venue for over ten years. The exhibition will testify to the richness and breadth of Collishaw’s practice and will include sculpture, photography, film and installation. Mat Collishaw...
  3. Harland Miller: In Dreams Begin Monsters

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    24 September – 22 November 2015Palacio Quintanar, SegoviaPalacio Quintanar, the innovation centre for the design and the culture of Castilla y Leon, shows "In Dreams Begin monsters" by Harland Miller, one of Britain’s most important contemporary artists, of the generation of Young British Artists British art scene. Miller’s first solo exhibition in Spain takes place during Segovia’s Hay Festival*.The exhibition title –In...
  4. In Camera: Mat Collishaw

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    18 September 2015 – 10 January 2016The Gallery, Library of Birmingham In Camera: a legal term that means keep private, confined or hidden. Camera obscura (Latin: ‘dark chamber’): an optical device that led to photography consisting of a box or room with a hole in one side through which light from an external scene passes through to make or reveal...
  5. Fiona Banner: Font

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    18 September – 31 October 2015Private View: Thursday 17 September 6-8pmFrith Street Gallery, Golden Square; 17-18 Golden Square, London W1F 9JJBritish artist Fiona Banner designed a new font, titled Font. Press release – Banner’s font is an amalgamation of typefaces she has worked with previously, through full stop sculptures and typeset and published works.It’s a family tree arrangement where the child...
  6. Gonzalo Lebrija: “Measuring the Distance”

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    Curated by Humberto Moro, “Measuring the Distance” is the first solo exhibition of Mexican artist Gonzalo Lebrija in a Spanish institution.  The exhibition is articulated through the composition of dialogues between works created in different periods.The title, “Measuring the Distance”, refers, on the one hand, the essential impulse to quantify and, secondly, establishing a metaphorical connection with the mathematical principle of...
  7. Joanna Kirk at Blain|Southern London

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    Joanna Kirk’s pastel paintings relate her experience of motherhood in which beauty is marked out against everyday reality to provide a new perspective on her work and life. Using her fingers to blend colours and build surface, much of Kirk’s inspiration is drawn from the Impressionist painters Berthe Morisot and Mary Cassatt for whom domesticity was their given sphere, as...
  8. The Art Car Boot Fair | Margate Edition with Turner Contemporary, August 2015

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    We're coming to Margate! Art Car Boot Fair Trailer 2015 from Minky Productions on Vimeo.This weekend sees the return of The Art Car Boot Fair taking over Turner Contemporary’s car park in Margate, Kent, England. On Sunday 30th of August, 12-4pm for only £3 admission the Art Car Boot Fair promises “fun, frivolity filled afternoon packed with serious art bargains”. The Fair...
  9. Banksy’s Dismaland opens with work from Damien Hirst

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    Photo: Claire Hayhurst—PA “Dismal Land – a festival of art, amusements and entry-level anarchism.Are you looking for an alternative to the sugar-coated tedium of the average family day out? Or just somewhere a lot cheaper? Then this is the place for you. Bring the whole family to come and enjoy the latest addition to our chronic leisure surplus…” Sculpture by...
  10. Now is the Time, performance by Eloise Fornieles

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    If you were asked to close your eyes and imagine something tranquil, what is it that comes to you? Are you standing by the sea, or in a field, or a pool of dappled light in a forest clearing? Is this place remembered from your childhood, or the place you felt the fingertips of romance, or are you infused with...
  11. The Fantasy of Representation

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    The Beers London gallery will be showing The Fantasy of Representation from July 31st until September 19th, 2015. The exhibition, curated by artist Andrew Salgado, explore figurative representation in painting featuring artists Hurvin Anderson, Francis Bacon, Gary Hume, Alexander Tinei, Dale Adcock, Scott Anderson, Sverre Bjertnaes, Alison Blickle, Daniel Crews-Chubb, Blake Daniels, Eckart Hahn, Aaron Holz, Adam Lee, Jenny Morgan, Justin...
  12. Rachel Howard in conversation with Will Self

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    Follow artist Rachel Howard and British writer Will Self for a tour of current exhibition “Rachel Howard at Sea”:
  13. Organic Matters — Women to Watch 2015

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    Developed in collaboration with the National Museum of Women in the Arts’s national and international committees, the exhibition series increases the visibility of artists who are working in innovative ways within a variety of creative communities.Women to Watch is presented every two to three years and features emerging and underrepresented artists from the states and countries in which the museum...
  14. 826NYC benifit art show and auction

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    Marcel Dzama, Miss Death Disco, 2014. Spray paint, ink, and collage on lithograph and silkscreen print. 13 3/4 x 11 7/8 inches (34.9 x 30.2 cm) Marcel Dzama is a Canadian artist based in NY. While he is best known for his delicate psychosexual drawings, his work also includes sculpture, painting and video. He has just curated an online art...
  15. Gary Webb at Cass Sculpture Foundation

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    Gary Webb's giant sculpture ‘Dreamy Bathroom’ is currently exhibited at the Cass Sculpture Foundation. ‘Dreamy Bathroom’ by Gary Webb, Cass Sculpture Foundation, 2014Aluminium, bronze, automotive grade paint and lacquer, 350 x 150 x 150 cm Cass Sculpture Foundation is an independent commissioning body dedicated to commissioning new work from emerging and established artists. It was developed as a charitable foundation in...
  16. Rachel Howard at Sea

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    Work: You Can save Meoil and acrylic on canvas30 x 36”2015 The Jerwood Gallery will be showing leading British artist, Rachel Howard, for her largest solo public gallery exhibition in the UK.  Howard distinctive, abstract paintings have been globally recognised and are held in many prestigious international art collections. The artist was born in County Durham and graduated from Goldsmiths College, London...
  17. Danny Moynihan talks about his book Private Collection

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    Private Collection’ is a unique, eye-opening publication of over 250 pornographic photographs from Danny Moynihan’s personal collection, featuring images made by some of the earliest erotic photographers, dating back to the mid 1800s and the invention of photography itself. Ranging from the artistic to the bawdy to the explicit, ‘Private Collection’ is equally a historical document of 19th century sexual...
  18. PINK–ME–UPS!

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    From Monday 22nd June till Monday 7th September 2015, The Old Brompton Gallery will bring together three different international artists Misha Milovanovich, Alexandros Vasmoulakis and Woozy in an exhibition dominated by pink and vibrant happy colours. The exhibition will reflect the three artists’ desire to uplift spirits through their collective freedom of expression. Misha’s work anticipates dichotomized reactions; the blatant pop-iconography...
  19. ARTIST ROOMS: Damien Hirst

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    Damien Hirst ‘Untitled Collage’, 1983© Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS 2015Photograph Prudence Cuming Associates A selection of Damien Hirst works held by ARTIST ROOMS is being displayed at the Pier Arts Centre, Stromness, Orkney this summer. The exhibition will provide an opportunity to view Hirst’s work alongside the Centre’s Collection of 20th and 21st century Modernist art...
  20. Anatomy of an Angel by Damien Hirst

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    Ekebergparken – a public sculpture and cultural heritage park in Oslo, recently acquired ‘Anatomy of an Angel’ (2008), the first ever Carrara marble sculpture produced by Damien Hirst. Anatomy of an Angel (2008) by Damien Hirst© Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS 2012 Inaugurated in 2013, the 64-acre sculpture park offers a stunning view of Oslo's magnificient...

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