Friday Dispatch

air, 2022, detail. Photo: Jonathan Bassett
Friday Dispatch 17 Mar 2023 By CAS Team

Maria Amidu, living in fear of quicksand

Maria Amidu, living in fear of quicksand The Nunnery Gallery and Tower Hamlets Local History Library & Archives, Bow and Stepney Green 3 March – 21 May 2023 – Untitled:…

Installation views of The Point 0, Mohammed Sami, at Camden Art Centre, 2023. Photography by Rob Harris.
Friday Dispatch 10 Mar 2023 By CAS Team

Mohammed Sami, Point 0

Camden Art Centre, London 27 January – 28 May 2023   Mohammed Sami was born in Baghdad in 1984 under Saddam Hussein’s dictatorship. His prodigious talent as a painter was…

Alison Britton Undertow 2020 Earthenware 59 x 41.5 x 9.5 cm, 23.2 x 16.3 x 3.7 inches ABr20-10
Friday Dispatch 3 Mar 2023 By CAS Team

Alison Britton, Plattering

Corvi-Mora, 2 March 2023 – 22 April 2023   Upstairs at Corvi-Mora gallery there is a large table set with tableware, made from various oval shapes. On the walls hang…

Untitled (Bed) 2020 Steel, fabric, copper & stuffing Unique 86 X 177 X 80 cm
Friday Dispatch 24 Feb 2023 By CAS Team

Permindar Kaur, The Room

Niru Ratnam Gallery, Central London Last chance tomorrow!   Since the 1990s, Permindar Kaur has investigated the territory of cultural identity, belonging and home in her sculptures and immersive room installations. After…

Bani Abidi, The Song, 2022, 22 min, courtesy of the artist.
Friday Dispatch 17 Feb 2023 By CAS Team

Bani Abidi: The Song

John Hansard Gallery, Southampton 11 February - 6 May   Bani Abidi was born in Lahore, Pakistan and has lived in Berlin since 2011 when she was invited to join the…

Wynnie Mynerva, In First Naked Glory, 2022. Oil on canvas. Photograph © Grey Hutton, Courtesy Gathering
Friday Dispatch 10 Feb 2023 By CAS Team

Wynnie Mynerva: Bone of my bones, flesh of my flesh

“Bones of My Bones: Flesh of My Flesh” exhibition by Peruvian artist Wynnie Mynerva features monumental paintings and a living sculpture of the artist.

Images courtesy the artist and Hales, London and New York. Copyright the artist and Hales Gallery
Friday Dispatch 3 Feb 2023 By CAS Team

Richard Slee: Sunlit Uplands

Hales Gallery, London 21 January – 4 March 2023   Hales gallery is hosting a spectacular new installation by the renowned artist Richard Slee, who is invariably referred to as…

Die Natur lassen wir draußen, die stört, 1980, Uwe Cardaun, Klaus Dorn, Wolfgang Jost und Winfried Wallat, 54 min, eine Uwe Cardaun Produktion. Game of No Games. Anleitung zu beschwingtem Gehen, 2022. Installationsansicht Kölnischer Kunstverein, 2022. Foto: Mareike Tocha.⁠
Friday Dispatch 27 Jan 2023 By CAS Team

Games of No Games, Instructions for Walking in High Spirits

Koelnischer Kunstverein, Cologne 13 November 2022 – 5 March 2023   Games of No Games – Instructions for Walking in High Spirits presents 11 artists, whose work until recently was classified…

Virginia Chihota, Ndoda kutarisa kumusoro kwete ikoko (I want to look up not there), 2022, serigraphy on canvas, 280 x 300 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Tiwani Contemporary.
Friday Dispatch 20 Jan 2023 By CAS Team

Virginia Chihota, Chiberoko Chakaramba Kuudzirwa

Tiwani Contemporary, Cromwell Place 17 January – 11 February 2023   “ the act of repeating the same image or gesture (…) is my own prayer seeking a solution over…

Friday Dispatch 13 Jan 2023 By CAS Team

Nicole Wermers, P4aM2aRF!

Herald St, London 3 November 2022 – 11 February 2023   For many Western art history students, the reclining figure is one of the most popular poses to study. From…

Amid Imperial Grids I-min
Friday Dispatch 9 Dec 2022 By CAS Team

Dor Guez, Knowing the Land

Goodman Gallery, London 23 November 2022 – 14 January 2023 Dor Guez is an artist and scholar, who was born in Jerusalem to a Christian-Palestinian family on his mother’s side,…

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