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Tabish’s Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London this week

Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.

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1. Catlin Art Prize 2014 @ Londonewcastle project space
This prize for graduate artists keeps getting better each year and this year features a strong line-up in a superbly curated exhibition.

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2. Saskia Olde Wolbers: Yes, these eyes are the windows @ 87 Hackford Road
A dilapidated house in Brixton where Van Gogh lived for a year is turned into a unique experience using ghostly voices from its past.

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3. Pennacchio Argentato: Time to Rise @ Wilkinson
A roving eye watches as you wander this exhibition full of references to the natural world and shells of body parts in this multifaceted installation.

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4. Lee Jaehyo: Glass Flower @ Hada Contemporary
A tunnel through hanging stones and metal ‘paintings’ in a textured exploration into the inventive use of materials in sculpture.

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5. Chen Wei: Slumber Song @ Ben Brown Fine Arts
Photography that toys with our notion of the familiar, with the interiors standing out as the superior works.

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