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Family Ties: The Hudsons

An exhibition by the Hudson Family at the Claridge's Artspace...

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Exhibited Histories of Erasure

State of Disappearance, Bristol 2023...

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Seismic Art: Visions of Science

A preview of Seismic: Art Meets Science at Giant...

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Wisdom Totems: Lauren Baker

In the wilds of Burning Man 2023, some find wisdom...

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Celestial Art: Gail Olding and Trina Bohan

Descriptions of the firmament: Gail Olding and Trina Bohan...

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Remote Freedom: Vuslat Sabanci’s Emanet

A preview of Emanet by Vuslat Sabanci...

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Wheels of Time, Human Spaces: Gabriel Orozco

A preview of Gabriel Orozco's exhibition Spacetime at Marian Goodman Gallery. ...

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The Human Menagerie: James Johnston

Luminous and mythic paintings of the Ur consciousness. A preview of James Johnston's 2023 Exhibition the Human Menagerie...

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James Turrell and Lalique Collaboration in Crystal Light

Light Artist James Turrell and Lalique Collaborate on Beauty ...

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Me, My Brain and I: Charity Auction

All money raised will go towards Parkinson’s UK’s vital work into new treatments and a cure...

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If Only These Walls Could Talk: Maryam Eisler

Maryam Eisler brings ‘Sublime Femininity’ to London....

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Majesty: A Tribute to the Queen

A life refracted: New exhibition explores the work of three royal artists who have immortalised Her Majesty the Queen in their portraits. 28th September – 12th October, 2022...

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Geometry, Dreams and Parables: Nazir Tanbouli

A preview of Nazir Tanbouli's exhibition Tales from the Golden Forest at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery London...

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Routes of Life, Ghosts of History

Post-colonialism is alive and well. As a discourse it has parallel pathways to power and capital through institutions and histories. It is a lens to scrutinise how facts are used to build myths and...

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A Simple Feast: Kristof Santy

La Grande Bouffe includes 17 paintings by Kristof Santy that iconise the ordinary and celebrate the ubiquitous act of cooking...

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Forever Changed: Various Giant Artists

FOREVER: CHANGED comments directly on how mass media, culture and production had previously been held at a critical distance....

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From Here to Where? Michael Kagan

It Lasts Forever is the first London show at Almine Rech by Michael Kagan, a Brooklyn-based artist known for producing oil paintings with large, expressive brush strokes. ...

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The Risks of Abstraction: Orlanda Broom

With the risks of Abstract art it's a bold artist that doubles down. Orlanda Broom at Grove Square Galleries. ...

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Talbot Rice Gallery announces After Work with Céline Condorelli

On view in Edinburgh through June – October, and exhibition at Talbot Rice Gallery....

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Blood on the Tracks: Bob Dylan

Noble Laureate Bob Dylan exhibits his sculptures in the South of France ...

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Sunphase: Aubrey Williams

Uniquely evolved expression of abstraction in Caribbean art, Sunphase is a chance to see Aubrey Williams' rare works on paper...

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Ploughing Landscapes: Rachel Rose

Eggs, time transformation. Classical landscapes tilled for revolution in Rachel Rose's Enclosure....

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Memories of a Warrior: Chaz Guest

Chaz Guest brings his vivid scenes of American history to his first New York show in two decades. ...

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Bengi Ünsal Named as New Director of the ICA London

Bengi Ünsal will become the first woman to serve as the organisation’s director in over five decades...

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Water & Working-Class Women: Jill McKnight at VITRINE

Opening on 23 January 2022, Jill McKnight's first London exhibition will include sculptural works, drawings, prints, paintings and a new audio work...

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The Estorick Collection Announces Bice Lazzari Exhibition

Often described as the 'Agnes Martin of Italy', Bice Lazzari remains largely unknown outside her country of birth. ...

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Creative Contemplation: The Feelings Library

A public art installation created by architecture practice CAUKIN Studio in collaboration with SKIP Gallery and therapy service Self Space aims to shine a light on mental health this Christmas...

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Thaddaeus Ropac Presents Solo Exhibition by Rachel Jones

Rachel Jones' latest series of paintings explore the mouth as a portal between exterior existence and vivid interior worlds...

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19.20.21: Kaoli Mashio at CASSIUS&Co

The Knightsbridge gallery and bookshop presents its third exhibition ...

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Jungle Rapture: Peppi Bottrop at Pilar Corrias

Glinting, tangled brushstrokes evoke the memory of overgrown industrial landscapes in Peppi Bottrop's first solo show with Pilar Corrias, London...

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