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September 2018
£0.00 - £16.50
  • Monika Sosnowska & Alicja Kwade at Hayward Gallery

    Southbank Centre

  • 26/09/2018 10:00 AM to 07/01/2019 5:00 PM
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  • Belvedere Road SE1 8XX
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    Space Shifters exhibition until January 2019 Until 6 January 2019 Hayward Gallery Southbank Centre 337-338 Belvedere Road London SE1 8XX BOOK NOW This major group exhibition brings together sculptures and installations that explore perception and space. Featuring 20 artists and spanning a period of roughly 50 years, the exhibition includes innovative, minimalist sculpture from the 1960s as well as recent works that extend the legacy of this ‘optical’ minimalism in different ways. It also features new commissions that have been…

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November 2018
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  • Zuza Golińska’s residency at Delfina Foundation

    Delfina Foundation

  • November 13 8:00 AM to December 23 5:00 PM
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  • 29-31 Catherine Pl SW1E 6DY
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    Observing and recording how people move Until 23 December 2018 Delfina Foundation 29-31 Catherine Place London, SW1E 6DY FREE Zuza Golińska (Poland) deals with the relationship between humans, public space and architecture. Her work is strongly influenced by the way people behave and interact with the public realm. She focuses on how social discipline unveils itself through the space in urban planning, housing estates and working areas. During her residency Zuza plans to do a lot of walking, as most of…

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  • Krzysztof Gil: Welcome to the Country where the Gypsy Has Been Hunted

    L’etrangere

  • 16/11/2018 11:00 AM to 05/01/2019 5:00 PM
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  • 44a Charlotte Road, London, EC2A 3PD
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    l’étrangère, in collaboration with Henryk Galery in Kraków, Poland, is pleased to present ‘A Country Where the Gypsy Has Been Hunted’, an exhibition by the Polish Roma artist, Krzysztof Gil. The show is comprised of a single installation, entitled TAJSA Yesterday and Tomorrow (2018), which takes as its point of departure the ritual of ‘Heidenjachten’ or ‘Gypsy-hunt’, prevalent in Germany and the Netherlands from the seventeenth until as late as the nineteenth centuries. The installation, a shelter-like construction made from…

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