FAD’s Something for the Weekend

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Damien Hirst Forms Without Life 1991 Courtesy Tate Images © The Artist

Ah that’s so much nicer all those annoying people have gone to Glastonbury and are going to be caught in floods and torrential rain – so now is the perfect time for art in London here’s a few things that caught our eye ;

Obviously if you haven’t been FUTURISM at The Tate Modern and Classified at Tate Britain are worth a visit Then there’s Made in Iran at Asia house.

Openings for this weekend;
Saturday
176, London Underground Comics, 12-7pm, info: www.projectspace176.com

Furnished Space, Richard Bevan, Ian Whittlesea, one day only, 3-8pm, info:www.furnishedspace.blogspot.com

Standpoint, artists talk Toby Christian, Richard Ducker, Emma Holden, Rory Macbeth, 5pm, info: www.standpointlondon.co.uk

‘Goodbye Cruel World’ Hold & Freight’s official closing partyfeaturing performances and work by Ana Noble, Marie Thams and Rebecca Ribichini. There will be DJs, BBQ, a bonfire and lots of dancing till late into the night. Unit 7, Apple Tree Yard,Bradwell Street, E1 4DR Stepney.

Noisy Image. Live and recorded artworks that use, reflect on and involve TVs and video monitors. Featuring works by: JuliaCalver, Lee Campbell, Paul Carr, Jenna Collins & Chris Scobie,Ami Clarke, John Clayman, Chloe Cooper, Amy Cunningham, ShaunDoyle & Mally Mallinson, Benedict Drew, Katharine Eastman, Emma
Hart, Pierpaulo Inga, Dai Jenkins, Dean Kenning, Bob Levene,Louisa Martin, Jordan McKenzie, Bruce McLean, Rachel Mars, Harun Morrison & Helen Walker, Shane Munro, Erica Nordqvist, Tim Parkinson, Harriet Poole, Clunie Reid, Jack Southern, CorinnaTill, Tetsuya Umeda. £5, Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin St, Dalston E8
3DL, 7-12pm.

Sunday
Chutney Preserves, The Voice of Chutney, 1-7.30, Camberwell Green, Chutney 3 – The Voice of Chutney. Camberwell Green, Camberwell Road, SE5. This Time it’s War. Last day of the Camberwell Arts
Festival, expect Puppet Wars. Lots of artists involved, including Miyuki Kasahara, Calum F. Kerr, Raul Pina, Shape Shifters, Sarah Sparkes, the Return of cApStAn StRiNg, Geraldine Swayne, and many
others. 1-7:30pm free outdoors and amazing.info:chutneypreserves.blogspot.com

Stephen Lawrence Gallery, Queen Anne Court, University of Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London, SE10 9LS, The Eagle Document: The New Collection of Enumerated Things. 3 – 5 pm, Tel: 0208 331 8260, email: slg@greenwich.ac.uk
and Finally
Studio Voltaire, A Day of Artists ‘ Film and Video, 12-6pm, info:www.studiovoltaire.org

With thanks to Russell Herron and NO:ID

About Mark Westall

Mark Westall is the Founder and Editor of FAD magazine, ' A curation of the world’s most interesting culture' [PLUS] Art of Conversation: A tri-annual 'no news paper'

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