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Joseph Cornell at the Royal Academy

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Joseph Cornell at the Royal Academy

Joseph Cornell: Wanderlust Royal Academy Until 27 September 2015 “From a basement in New York, Joseph Cornell channelled his limitless imagination into some of the most original art of the 20th century. Step into his beguiling world at this landmark exhibition. Joseph Cornell hardly ventured beyond New York State, yet the notion of travel was […]

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Agnes Martin @ Tate Modern

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Agnes Martin @ Tate Modern

Agnes Martin Tate Modern Until 11 October 2015   “Agnes Martin is perhaps most recognised for her evocative paintings marked out in subtle pencil lines and pale colour washes. Although restrained, her style was underpinned by her deep conviction in the emotive and expressive power of art. Martin believed that spiritual inspiration and not intellect […]

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Barbara Hepworth @ Tate Britain

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Barbara Hepworth @ Tate Britain

Barbara Hepworth – Sculpture for a Modern World Tate Britain Until 25 October 2015   “Barbara Hepworth emerged in the late 1920s as a leading member of a new generation of sculptors. Her work became increasingly abstract in the 1930s and, after moving to Cornwall, she began to make sculpture in terms of her experience […]

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Kate MccGwire, Juliette Losq, Jayne Anita Smith @ Coates and Scarry

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Kate MccGwire, Juliette Losq, Jayne Anita Smith @ Coates and Scarry

Kate MccGwire, Juliette Losq and Jayne Anita Smith  – Complicit Coates and Scarry Until 4 August 2015   “An oscillation between beauty and tainted beauty lies at the heart of Complicit. The places where these seemingly opposite categories overlap or blur are explored in new and recent works by Kate MccGwire, Juliette Losq and Jayne […]

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Elizabeth Gossling at Tintype Gallery

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Elizabeth Gossling at Tintype Gallery

Elizabeth Gossling – Burn Tintype Gallery 16 April to 9 May 2015   In the 1950’s and 60’s a man called John Cura set up his camera in front of his television set and shot a series that captured on-screen footage. These ‘tele snaps’ provided archive material for what was being broadcast in Britain during […]

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Around Drawing at Rosenfeld Porcini

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Around Drawing at Rosenfeld Porcini

Around Drawing Rosenfeld Porcini Until 22 May 2015 I only had one issue with this exhibition, excellent though it was: and that was its title. I knew that it was called “Around Drawing”, not “On Drawing”, or just plain “Drawing”, so I could readily infer that the works on display there wouldn’t all be drawings. […]

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Nobody Spoke – Art and Language at Lisson Gallery

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Nobody Spoke – Art and Language at Lisson Gallery

Nobody Spoke: Art and Language Lisson Gallery Until 17 January 2015 Art & Language is a collective, originally hailing from Coventry in the late 1960’s. Their goal was, and still is, to challenge the way we view conceptual art. Originally a group of four professors of Art Theory, the group expanded over the decades, and […]

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Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin at the Zabludowicz Collection

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Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin at the Zabludowicz Collection

Lizzie Fitch / Ryan Trecartin: Priority Innfield Zabludowicz Collection Until 21 December 2014 The Zabludowicz Collection was founded in 1994 by Poju and Anita Zabludowicz. It has three locations: an office at Time Square New York, three buildings on the island Sarvisalo in Finland used for artist residencies, and its head office in Chalk Farm, […]

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Giulio Paolini at Whitechapel Gallery

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Giulio Paolini at Whitechapel Gallery

Giulio Paolini Whitechapel Gallery Until 14 September 2014 On walking through the gallery doors, you are confronted with an enigmatic character on canvas. Sunglasses on and arms folded. The character is partially obscured by the wooden frame that ordinarily sits behind the canvas. He has assumed the position of spectator; it is as though we […]

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Shelagh Wakely at Camden Arts Centre

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Shelagh Wakely at Camden Arts Centre

Shelagh Wakely: A View from a Window Camden Arts Centre Until 28 September 2014 A View from a Window at the Camden Arts Centre shows a broad selection of Shelagh Wakely’s work including ceramics, video’s, floor pieces, drawings and paintings. These are displayed on low plinths, in glass cases, on the floor, or hung on […]

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