Art Exhibition

  • The Masque at James Freeman Gallery

    Contemporary

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    James Freeman Gallery N1 0PD [map]

    Claire Partington, Paula Kane & Nicolas Freytag. Contemporary interpretations of historical stories and themes.

  • Mimmo Rotella at Robilant + Voena

    Contemporary

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    Robilant + Voena W1S 4NL [map]

    ROBILANT+VOENA are pleased to present an exhibition of Italian artist MIMMO ROTELLA, opening 5 February in their London gallery.

  • O2 Eureka Gallery at The Proud Archivist

    Crafts

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    The Proud Archivist N1 5ET [map]

    The earliest notes and sketches from some of the world's greatest creative visionaries including designers, architects and animators have been brought together in an exhibition that explores modern history's greatest "Eureka Moments".

  • Oona Hassim: Solo Exhibition at Woolff Gallery

    Contemporary

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    Woolff Gallery W1T 4PU [map]

    Solo exhibition of oil paintings. Focusing on the energy of crowds that traverse London, from celebration to demonstration, Hassim's work maps the mood of the city. Includes unseen works of New York City.

  • Sean Lynch at Ronchini Gallery

    Photography

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    Ronchini Gallery W1S 1AN [map]

    The Irish visual artist Sean Lynch pieces together fragmented narratives lost to history, through multi-disciplinary art works. His research, photographs and installations combine to recreate idiosyncratic experiences of (anti)historical subjects.

  • Search A Bright Night: Technologies Of Affect at Goethe-Institut

    Contemporary

    5 February 2015

    Goethe-Institut SW7 2PH [map]

    Inspired by Reiner Ruthenbeck's 1977 installation Zwielicht / Entre chien et loup at the Serpentine Gallery, this evening of screenings, readings, talks and performances addresses light, happiness, affect and productivity in contemporary culture.

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  • Secrets of Nature at Chelsea College Of Art And Design

    Contemporary

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    Chelsea College Of Art and Design SW1P 4JU [map]

    An interactive artwork which invites the public to play four large umbrella structures as though they are musical instruments. Curated by the artist and lighting designer Tupac Martir of Satore Studio and created in collaboration with Mogees.

  • Stour Collective 2014 at Stour Space

    Photography

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    Stour Space E3 2PA [map]

    Celebrating Stour Space's 7th collective show, this year's exhibition showcases the work of a number of Stour Space's studio residents, as well as team members from the space's resident cafe, the Counter Cafe.

  • The Tragedy Of Landscape at The Griffin Gallery

    Contemporary

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    The Griffin Gallery W11 4AJ [map]

    The Tragedy of Landscape is a new exhibition curated by Antlers Gallery Bristol for Griffin Gallery, London. The exhibition brings together six contemporary artists that re-approach notions of the Romantic Landscape within their practice.

  • Treason, Plots And Murder at Forty Hall

    Contemporary

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    Forty Hall Museum and Gardens EN2 9HA [map]

    Forty Hall & Estate are delighted to present this new exhibition on loan from the National Portrait Gallery. This display explores unwholesome episodes through contemporary prints and raises questions about the role of print culture.

  • The Violet Crab at David Roberts Art Foundation

    Contemporary

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    David Roberts Art Foundation NW1 7JE [map]

    Artist Than Hussein Clark looks to cabaret with over 100 works by artists including Charles Avery, Enrico David, Cerith Wyn Evans, Pierre Huyghe, Roy Lichenstein, Helmut Newton, Grayson Perry Cindy Sherman, Anj Smith, Andy Warhol.

  • Waterloo: Life & Times at The Fan Museum

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    The Fan Museum SE10 8ER [map]

    2015 marks the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo and what better way to honour the occasion than an exhibition celebrating this tumultuous period in Europe's history and its associated heroes (and villains!).

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  • William Bradley & Mark Selby: Work Hard, Play Hard at Berloni

    Contemporary

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    Berloni W1W 8SW [map]

    Dual exhibition between painter Bradley and Sculptor Selby - featuring active sculptures by the latter that heat and manipulate new works on canvas by Bradley.

  • X-Ray Audio: Forbidden Soviet Music at The Horse Hospital

    Contemporary

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    The Chamber Of Pop Culture at The Horse Hospital WC1N 1HX [map]

    An exhibition of beautiful, spooky Soviet bootleg records of forbidden music cut onto used X-Ray plates during the Cold War running until 31st January at London's The Horse Hospital

  • The Anti Gallery Gallery Show at Espacio Gallery

    Contemporary

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    Espacio Gallery E2 7DG [map]

    35 artists and art groups stage a takeover of the Espacio Gallery in Shoreditch in January 2015 as a protest against the consumerism of the at world and turn the gallery into a demonstration site, an encounter space and an ideas laboratory.

  • Bolt at GRAD: Gallery For Russian Arts And Design

    Photography

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    GRAD: Gallery For Russian Arts And Design W1W 7JB [map]

    This colourful exhibition explores the controversial ballet 'The Bolt', which was written and part-choreographed by Shostakovich in 1931. Costume and set designs and period photographs will be teamed with music from the once-banned production.

  • Breon O'Casey: A Retrospective at Pangolin London

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    Pangolin London N1 9AG [map]

    The first retrospective for the Cornish artist in nearly ten years.

  • Chamberlin Powell And Bon Architects at Barbican Centre

    Photography

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    Barbican Centre EC2Y 8DS [map]

    Works by Peter 'Joe' Chamberlin, Geoffry Powell and Christof Bon.

  • Chinese Whispers at The Fine Art Society

    Contemporary

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    The Fine Art Society W1S 2JT [map]

    'Chinese Whispers' is a witty series by artistic duo Rob and Nick Carter that plays both with the west's idea of eastern image production and the changing face of the east as the centre of production in the global marketplace.

  • Corinne Felgate: Bigger Than The Both of Us (MoMA) at Rook & Raven

    Contemporary

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    Rook & Raven W1T 1HN [map]

    Comprised of 2 installations, Bigger than the Both of Us (MoMA) and Studio X Y Z, this show draws on the artist's study of our relationship with manmade environments and how society's perception of the manufacturing industry shapes contemporary life.