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November 2018
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  • Spotlights: Markéta Luskačová

    Millbank

  • 05/11/2018 10:00 AM to 19/04/2019 5:00 PM
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  • London, SW1P 4RG
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    The acclaimed Czech photographer Markéta Luskačová takes part in a regularly changing in-depth displays in Tate Britain’s Spotlights series. Luskačová who lives and works in London, reflects on a changing city in her portraits of London life. Everything she diligently photographed through the 70s, 80s and 90s and to a lesser degree, up to a present day, is a record of the end of the era of the Jewish Saturday markets of the East End, of which some don’t exist…

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2019January 2019
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  • Exhibition: Photo I, Photo You

    Calvert 22

  • January 28 9:00 AM to March 28 5:00 PM
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  • 22 Calvert Avenue E2 7JP
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    Participating artists: Stefania Batoeva, Olga Chernysheva, Igor Eskinja, Anna Jermolaewa, Vikenti Komitski, Jan Mancuska, Boris Mikhailov, Kiril Prashkov, Anri Sala and Nebojsa Seric Shoba This exhibition of contemporary photography addresses Boubnova’s research into how the artistic production of images in Eastern Europe is increasingly influenced by the encroaching world of advertising – and most particularly the flourishing success of the commercial. The show brings together the work of ten artists. Curated by Iara Boubnova.

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February 2019
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  • IMRE BAK: Works 1967-1981

    The Mayor Gallery

  • February 13 6:00 PM to March 29 5:00 PM
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  • 21 Cork Street, London, W1S 3LZ
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    In partnership with The Mayor Gallery, the Hungarian Cultural Centre presents the London exhibition of IMRE BAK: Works 1967-1981 Imre Bak (b. 1939 Budapest, Hungary) was involved in the creation and development of two leading Hungarian neo-avant-garde groups of the second half of the Twentieth century; Iparterv and Budapesti műhely. Part of the group of young ‘self-educated’ Hungarian contemporary artists from the 1960s, Bak departed from the drab browns and greys of Hungarian realism and was strongly inspired by the vivid…

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  • Natalia LL’s works at Sotheby’s

    Sotheby’s

  • February 14 8:00 AM to March 28 5:00 PM
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  • 31 St.George Street, London, W1S 2FJ
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    14 February – 28 March 2019 Sotheby’s 31 St.George Street London W1S 2FJ The exhibition House of the Sleeping Beauties and will feature a wide range of artwork from the 19th to 21st century loosely touching upon concepts of the erotic, the body, surrealism, performance and theatricality. The exhibition will be accompanied by a reprint of Yasunari Kawabata’s 1961 novella of the same name. Artists such as Polish Natalia LL, Francis Picabia, Joseph Cornell and Marcel Duchamp will be exhibited…

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March 2019
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  • A show about artistic exchange: THIS INSTEAD OF THAT

    Arthouse!

  • March 6 3:00 PM to March 30 7:00 PM
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  • 45 GRANGE ROAD, London, SE1 3BH
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    PRIVATE VIEW 6 MARCH 2019 HERMIONE ALLSOPP / MEG LIPKE ALEXANDRA BARAITSER / TREVOR BURGESS NELSON DIPLEXCITO / GEORGE WILLS CATHERINE FERGUSON / TIM RENSHAW OLHA PRYYMAK / JULIE FOUNTAIN This Instead of That is a show about artistic exchange – what happens to both representation and reality when artists get together to re-evaluate their ideas and influences through dialogue with one another. It looks at the processes of artistic exchange in the practice of ten artists. For the exhibition…

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  • Exhibition: JOANNA PIOTROWSKA “ALL OUR FALSE DEVICES”

    Tate Britain

  • March 8 10:00 AM to June 9 6:00 PM
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  • Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG
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    Joanna Piotrowska presents an installation of carefully composed black and white photographs Born in Poland and based in London, Piotrowska has an interest in domestic spaces and man-made environments. For one series of works she asked people in Lisbon, Rio de Janeiro, Warsaw and London to build makeshift shelters in their homes and gardens, subverting childhood play. Other works present gestures and movements from self-defence manuals, implying violence against women as well as their empowerment. Her photographs and films relate…

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  • Searching for Life with Painter Bogdan Mihai Radu

    Romanian Cultural Institute

  • March 20 7:00 PM to April 12 5:00 PM
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  • 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
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    This spring, RCI’s Brâncuşi Gallery is set to host the first UK showcase of painter Bogdan Mihai Radu, winner of the 1st Prize at last year’s Oxford International Art Fair. The exhibition, a striking display that reunites the floral repertory already familiar to the painter’s audiences and his lesser-known abstract expressionist works, comprises 20 acrylic paintings from the enthralling ‘Searching for Life’ series. Prefaced by HE Dan Mihalache, the Ambassador of Romania to the Court of St James’s, the event…

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  • Yelena Popova, Joanna Rajkowska, Jan Eric Visser: What branches grow out of this stony rubbish?

    L’etrangere

  • March 22 6:30 PM to May 4 5:00 PM
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  • 44a Charlotte Road, London, EC2A 3PD
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    Private View: 21 March 2019, 6.30 – 8.30pm Exhibition Dates: 22 March – 4 May 2019 Joanna Rajkowska, Trafostation #9, 2018, C-print, 20 x 30 cm l’étrangère is delighted to announce What branches grow out of this stony rubbish?, an exhibition of work by three artists who each respond to pressing ecological concerns, including anthropogenic climate change, the catastrophic impact of our reliance on concrete, and the over-production of waste through consumerism and industrial capitalism. What branches grow out of…

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  • KINOTEKA 2019: LUNAR FUTURISM EXHIBITION OPENING

    The Horse Hospital

  • March 29 6:00 PM to April 13 5:00 PM
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  • Colonnade, Bloomsbury, WC1N 1JD
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    LUNAR FUTURISM: COSTUMES, PROPS & EPHEMERA FROM ANDRZEJ ZUŁAWSKI’S ON THE SILVER GLOBE In the Spring of 1977, as production was nearing completion, the Vice-Minister of Culture halted the production. For almost a decade, the reels of film languished in the corridor of a film studio in Wroclaw… During the mid-1980s, Żuławski was invited back to Poland (he had since relocated to France) to complete On the Silver Globe. He replaced the missing scenes with footage of contemporary Polish life…

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