Haris Epaminonda & part wild horses mane on both sides, Part I / Part II at Rowing, London
This week I want to send you to the diminutive Rowing gallery in Kentish Town. Tucked away up a slightly shabby side street, and inhabiting a former piano factory, this outfit has been running since summer 2012 and works with an ultra-cool list of young artists that includes Andy Holden, Samara Scott and Rachel McLean.
Laurence Kavanagh, ‘May’, at Marlborough Contemporary, London
Laurence Kavanagh‘s first exhibition at Marlborough Contemporary employs a determinedly lo-fi, hand-made aesthetic. Old fashioned collage is central here – conjure the sound of razor-sharp blades slicing through paper –…
An Evening with the Contemporary Art Society: How Can Art Enhance the Workplace?
Saskia Olde Wolbers, Yes, these Eyes are the Windows, an Artangel commission
Spring is here and with it the latest episode in the uxorious love-affair between Artangel and the grande dame that is the city of London. Previous episodes of note have…
Eva Rothschild at Modern Art and Jessie Flood-Paddock at Carl Freedman Gallery, London
I have two unmissable shows for you this week. The Spring break means there is a traffic jam of exhibitions all opening together right now but I suggest that first of all you get along to see Eva Rothschild’s latest body of work, inaugurating Stuart Shave’s much anticipated new gallery just to the side of St Luke’s church on Old Street.
Press Release: Contemporary Art Society plays host to three pioneering female painters
The display takes a fresh look at three of today’s most exciting artists who have developed their own distinctive responses to the practice of painting.
LONDON EXHIBITIONS Martin Creed, What’s the point of it?, Hayward Gallery www.southbankcentre.co.uk 29 January – 5 May 2014 A survey of Martin Creed’s playful, thought-provoking art.Over the past two and…
David Murphy, Certain Impacts, at PEER
This week I am sending you to Hoxton Street, and to the redoubtable PEER, an institution which has been an important, critically independent voice on the London scene since 1997. …
Richard Mosse, The Enclave, at The Vinyl Factory Space, London
Unless you have a particular interest in sub-Saharan Africa, it would be quite easy to be blithely unaware of the horrors playing out in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Such…
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