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UNTIL FRIDAY: Eduardo Sarabia at Bond Street

July 21, 2010 by Ellie

Eduardo Sarabia's latest series of vases, 18 With a Bullet, are on show at our Bond Street store until Friday. For details, click here, or scroll through our photos below.

TONIGHT: Johnnie Shand Kydd in conversation

July 20, 2010 by Ellie

Just to remind you, Johnnie Shand Kydd will be at the Estorick Collection tonight to discuss with writer and broadcaster Tim Marlow his work and the experiences in Naples that led to the exhibition Siren City: Photographs by Johnnie Shand Kydd currently on display there.

Mappatella beach, 2008, Silver gelatin print, 50 x 40 cm, © Johnnie Shand Kydd

Johnnie Shand Kydd in conversation with Tim Marlow Tuesday 20 July 2010 7-8pm (doors open at 6pm)

Please book in advance if you would like to attend. Tickets are £8.00 or £5.00 for Estorick members and places can be booked over the phone on 020 7704 9522 or by email to curator@estorickcollection.com

A pay bar will be available.

Estorick Collection 39a Canonbury Square London N1 2AN 020 7704 9522 www.estorickcollection.com

NEXT ISSUE: Okido

July 20, 2010 by Ellie

Just a quick reminder that the NEW-LOOK BUMPER-BIGGER, loads more things to do, make and read, SUPER-DUPER HOLIDAY ISSUE is out in the shops on the 22nd July. The next OKIDO is issue lucky number 13 - NOISES OF THE BODY - ORDER NOW!

OKIDO is launching in WHSmith's and 300 new stores nationwide via ace distributers COMAG.

Having been very happy guests of the marvellous and magical House of Fairy Tales at Latitude last weekend, Okido will again be travelling under their ample umbrella-ella-ella at:

CAMP BESTIVAL (30th July - 1st August) and VINTAGE, Goodwood (13th - 15th August)

Let's hope the sun shine brightly on us all over the coming weeks -

HAPPY SUMMER and we'll be in touch again soon with more news...

The Okido Team

For further info or to order, please email Gabby or Sophie

The work of Sarah Lucas, Pinchuk Art Centre

July 15, 2010 by Ellie

On Saturday 17th July, the PinchukArtCentre will hold its next Saturday Talk dedicated to the works of Sarah Lucas presented in the "Sexuality & Transcendence" exhibition, as part of the PAC education program. Gallerist and art expert Victoria Burlaka will take part in the talk. The PAC's tour guide Olexandr Mykhed will moderate the discussion.

The 17 July Saturday Talk will be held at 3pm on the 5th floor of the PinchukArtCentre next to works by Sarah Lucas.

Peter Blake: 60 Years of Printmaking

July 15, 2010 by Ellie

Peter Blake: A retrospective exhibition 23rd July - 12th August 2010

Private View 22nd July, 6-8.30pm

If you require any further information about this event please email Lucy Emslie

PRESS: Tom Ormond's Surface Warp Factor

July 12, 2010 by Ellie

In State of the Art, John-Paul Pryor converses with some of the art world’s most creative behind the scenes players: the curators. Painting by  Tom Ormond Surface Warp Factor is one of the most spaced-out shows you are likely to see this year. Despite a title that makes one instantly think of a battle scene in Star Trek, it’s a stunningly executed exploration of the relationship between science fiction, modernism and geometry, containing work by eight contemporary artists. I zipped up my spacesuit and stepped through the airlock to talk to the curator and participating artist Richard Ducker about sinister black objects, seven-minute versions of Kubrick’s 2001 and dystopian visions of the stock exchange... To continue reading the article at AnOther mag, click here. Surface Warp Factor is on show at the Aubin Gallery until July 25

Dan Chadwick, Eleven Fine Art

July 8, 2010 by Ellie

16th July to 27th August 2010

Eleven is delighted to present Organism 3, a new work by acclaimed sculptor Dan Chadwick. The piece embodies Chadwick's approach to making art, central to which is the use of new materials and modern cutting edge technology. The dynamism and movement of his art reflects the speed and mutability of our world but, crucially, his works are also about nature.

This mobile, a dynamic constellation of delicate lenses, is based on forms found everywhere in nature. The viewer may be reminded of solar systems or molecular structures, while the divisions and subdivisions of its anatomy suggest lungs, river systems and blood vessels. It stems from the floor, splits into two and continues to branch out, doubling each time until there are many carbon fibre branches.

Although rigorously geometric in shape, the sculpture is organic in feel, drifting playfully on its many axis in an endless variety of compositions. The passive elements of the mobile, the lenses, are enlivened by an elegant dialogue between two precisely engineered solar motors. The motors act together or against one another depending upon how much light each unit has harvested. This constantly shifts the balance of the mobile, resulting in a graceful dance which suggests the fluid, random movement of leaves in a gentle breeze or sea creatures in an ocean current.

Dan Chadwick’s work has been recently exhibited at the Kinetica Museum, London and London’s Fine Art Society. In 2008, he was shortlisted for the new World Trade Center buildings in New York City. The artist is regularly commissioned to produce large works, most recently by Maxon Motor AG (2009), Ballymore Birmingham UK (2008), St James’ Square (2007) and Land Securities (2006).

The gallery will be closed from 26th July to 9th August, but Organism 3 will be viewable from outside during that time.

For further information on Dan Chadwick and all other forthcoming exhibitions at Eleven please contact Coline Milliard – on 020 7823 5540 or coline@elevenfineart.com.

Gallery Opening Hours:

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 11.00 - 6.00 Thursday 11.00 - 7.00 Saturday 11.00 - 4.00 At other times please call or email for an appointment Eleven 11 Eccleston Street  London  SW1W 9LX

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