Body Vessel Clay at Two Temple Place, London
The works exhibited stand as a powerful insight into the manifold possibilities of clay and its emotional qualities.
Holly Hendry: Fatty Acids at Stephen Friedman Gallery, London
British Art Show 9 Wolverhampton
The British Art Show is held every five years in four different cities in the UK, to “celebrate the vitality of recent art made in Britain”. This year BAS9 started in Aberdeen in the autumn, arrived recently in Wolverhampton and will then travel further to Manchester and Plymouth.
Mike Nelson: The Book of Spells (a speculative fiction) at Matt’s Gallery, London
The Book of Spells transports the viewer back and forth in time as well as geographies: like spirits circling the earth, it is impossible not to conjure up memories of places we have visited, all the while revisiting the ghosts of our earlier selves.
Minerva Cuevas: The Enterprise at Museum Ludwig, Cologne
This work is a logical continuation of the themes and approaches that Cuevas has engaged with over the past two decades.
Donna Huddleston: In Person at Simon Lee Gallery
For those who have yet to encounter the work of Donna Huddleston, her first show with Simon Lee Gallery in Mayfair is the perfect introduction.
‘BEUYS OPEN SOURCE’ at Belmacz, London
As Beuys symbolised a generation’s hope for a different society, the artists in the exhibition stand for a renewal of the power structures in society, and a call to rethink the art world they operate in.
Rachel Jones: SMIIILLLLEEEE at Thadeus Ropac, London
Chioma Ebinama: A Spiral Shell at Maureen Paley, London
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