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Tabish’s Top 5 Art exhibitions to view this week .

Every Monday Tabish Khan will be bringing you five exhibitions that you should visit during the week each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether its for you ..

memento mori - chapman brothers
1. Memento Mori @ Pertwee Anderson & Gold: www.pertweeandersongold.com
Review: More macabre and gory art from the people who brought us the excellent museum of curiosity

L0072895 Shota KATSUBE, Untitled
2. Souzou: Outsider Art from Japan @ Wellcome collection: www.wellcomecollection.org
Review: If it’s created without motive, is it art in its purest sense? A thought provoking exhibition.

sam durant
3. Sam Durant @ Sadie Coles: www.sadiecoles.com
Review: A working model of a water cannon taking down a protester. Lots of fun to watch.

John Monks
4. John Monks @ Long & Ryle: www.longandryle.com
Review: Explosions of colour create beauty in dereliction.

jose davila
5. Jose Davila @ Max Wigram: www.maxwigram.com
Review: Remove the light source, and colour takes on a different meaning

Words: Tabish Khan

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