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September 2016
Free
  • First major commission of Alicja Kwade in Whitechapel Gallery

    Whitechapel Gallery

  • September 28, 2016 11:00 pm to June 25, 2017 6:00 pm
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  • 77-82 Whitechapel High Stree E1 7QX
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    ‘Alicja Kwade’s (b.1979, Katowice, Poland) new installation presents astronomical data exploring our position in the universe. 28 September 2016 – 25 June 2017, 11am – 6pm Whitechapel Gallery 77-82 Whitechapel High St London E1 7QX FREE Bronze casts of giant vertebrae accompany a film inspired by NASA data of extrasolar meteors, referencing the cataclysmic event believed to have caused the extinction of the dinosaurs. At the centre of the space, a large mobile of 24 electronic star maps hangs from…

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2017March 2017
Free
  • EXHIBITION: 1917-1921 – Ukrainian Revolution: Lessons from the Past

    AUGB Central Office

  • March 22 to May 30
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  • 49 Linden Gardens W2 4HG
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    ‘In collaboration with the Embassy of Ukraine, an exhibition of archival documents and photographs marking the centenary of the Ukrainian Revolution will be held at AUGB’s Central Office. It will run from 22 March to 30 May. Group viewings at weekends by prior appointment. A 36 page bilingual colour catalogue (incl. cover) will be available for purchase – price £10 incl. p&p – once the exhibition opens. It features articles on the three phases of Ukraine’s history during the 1917-21…

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April 2017
Free but registration essential
  • EXHIBITION: ‘The Studio: A Tireless, Ongoing Space’. The Geta Brătescu Retrospective in London

    Camden Arts Centr

  • April 7 to June 18
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  • Arkwright Road, NW3 6DG
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    ‘Visionary artist Geta Brătescu (b. 1926), a pivotal figure in the history of post-war Romanian art and Romania’s representative for this year’s Venice Biennale, is celebrated at the Camden Arts Centre with a major exhibition that spans a lifetime of creation through media as diverse as performance, textiles, collage, print-making, installation and film. Living and working in Bucharest throughout Ceauşescu’s totalitarian regime, Brătescu embraced the studio as an autonomous space, free from economic or political influences. Her London exhibition, the…

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  • EXHIBITION: Olga Brown presents her London Cityscapes

    Partridges

  • April 8 to 30
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  • 2-5 The Duke Of York Square SW3 4LY
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    ‘Join to see London cityscapes through the eyes of Ukrainian-born artist Olga Brown. All artworks will be available for purchase. Olga Brown was born in Ukraine and received a MA in art and textiles. Since 1997 she has worked and lived in London, winning the Chelsea Art Society Agnes Reeve Award (2009) best painting of London. First prize for the best figurative painting in Hesketh Hubbart Art Society, Mall Gallery (2012). Olga exhibits extensively at galleries in the UK.’ (Ukrainian…

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  • EXHIBITION: Pavla and Lucia Sceranková: Surface Tensions

    Pump House Gallery

  • April 12 11:00 am to June 11 5:00 pm
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  • Battersea Park SW11 4NJ
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    ‘Pump House Gallery and Czech Centre London present an exhibition of new and existing work by sisters Pavla and Lucia Sceranková. The artists’ first major exhibition in the UK brings together a body of work reflecting the constellations of visual, material and conceptual references that inform their practices. Highly responsive to context, Pavla and Lucia Sceranková have developed the show in response to the unique architecture of the gallery and its setting in Battersea Park. Preview: 11 April 2017, 6,30…

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  • SCREENING: The Image Speaks: ‘Free Cinema’ Shorts including ‘Refuge England’ (Vas, 1959)

    Close-Up Film Centre

  • April 30 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm
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  • 19 Sclater St. E1 6HR
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    ‘This programme, solely devoted to the Free Cinema films, provides a unique record of London in the 1950s. Robert Vas’s Refuge England follows the footsteps of a Hungarian refugee from Waterloo via the West End to suburbia. Lindsay Anderson’s largely improvised documentary Everyday Except Christmas captures the life of the Covent Garden fruit and vegetable market celebrating ordinary people at work while Karel Reisz’s honest and sympathetic depiction of South London teens is one of the last films to appear…

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May 2017
Free
  • EXHIBITION: Tibor Hajas – ‘Action Works’

    Austin Desmond Fine Art

  • May 19 to June 30
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  • Pied Bull Yard, 68/69 Great Russell Street, WC1B3BN
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    ‘Austin / Desmond Fine Art is delighted to announce a solo exhibition of vintage works by perhaps the most radical of the Hungarian Neo-Avant-Garde artists, Tibor Hajas. The show is part of a two part collaboration with Vintage Galéria, Budapest and coincides with this year’s Venice Biennale, Viva Arte Viva curated by Christine Macel, where Hajas has been selected to exhibit. The exhibition at Vintage Galéria will concentrate on conceptual texts and contact sheets, whilst the exhibition at Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London…

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