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January 2019
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  • Exhibition: Miroslaw Bałka

    The White Cube Gallery

  • January 25 10:00 AM to March 9 5:00 PM
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  • 25-26 Mason's Yard SW1Y 6BU
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    Miroslaw Bałka Random Access Memory 25 January 2019 – 9 March 2019 White Cube Mason’s Yard Miroslaw Balka’s work explores memory in its myriad forms, and he often refers to the human body to provide a commentary on political ideas. This exhibition features a major new installation comprising of two huge, freestanding heated metal walls that measure approximately 11×4.5m and 6.5×3.5m respectively. The structures stretch across White Cube’s cavernous upper and lower galleries, dividing them to around a third of…

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February 2019
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  • Exhibition: Bożenna Biskupska ‘Epiphany of Time’

    l'etrangere

  • February 1 11:00 AM to March 16 5:00 PM
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  • 44a Charlotte Road EC2A 3PD
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      Private View: Thursday, 31 January 2019,  6 – 8.30pm Exhibition talk: 1 February 2019, 12.30pm   Bożenna Biskupska born in Warsaw in 1952, studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań (1970-1972), and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (1972 -1976) where she graduated with a distinction. Her practice encompasses sculpture, painting, experimental theatre, performance, sound and video.    In 1982 Biskupska won the First Prize on the 4th International Biennial Exhibition of Weaving Miniature, Savaria…

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  • The ‘enthusiasts’ of the 1840s and their latter-day enthusiasts

    Brixton Library

  • February 20 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • Brixton Oval, London, SW2 1JQ
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    Celebrating Narcyza Żmichowska’s 200th birthday Wednesday 20 February, 7pm Brixton Library Brixton Oval London SW2 1JQ FREE Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Narcyza Żmichowska, first Polish author to write about women’s friendship and sisterhood, education and independence, the event will make connections between the group of radical women surrounding her in the 1840s and their latter-day emulators. Ursula Phillips (translator) will introduce Żmichowska’s controversial novel The Heathen (1846) and then chair a discussion with contemporary poet-translators Anna…

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