There’s a lot on tonight the last Thursday of March and ahead of half term/Easter so should be lots of FUN.
1 Photographers Gallery
The Launch of Pierre Winther’s new teNeues book ‘Nothing Beats Reality’
othing Beats Reality collects the best of photographer Pierre Winther’s striking and surreal commercial photography from the last quarter century.
His work is best summed up by his most famous image on the cover of the book; a man riding a 17 foot tiger shark underwater all achieved without digital trickery to prove that “nothing beats reality”.
2 Sadie Coles
Jonathan Horowitz 304.8cm Paintings: Jonathan Horowitz’s spring 2015 exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ, 304.8cm Paintings, features new series of paintings traversing themes of art and technology – from the expressive mark, to the printed page, to the digital screen.
3 Modern Art
A solo exhibition of new work by Anna-Bella Papp. The exhibition comprises a number of individual sculptures, tablet-like forms of comparable scale, hand-sculpted from unfired clay. Exhibited flat on a table-like surface, with no specific orientation for viewing.
The exhibition comprises a number of individual sculptures. Characteristic of Anna-Bella Papp’s work, these are tablet-like forms of comparable scale, hand-sculpted from unfired clay.
A Solo Exhibition by English painter Edward Coyle following a twelve month on-site residency.
Coyle creates a framework for his paintings from sources of media including 3d modeling software and data corruption processes, to form the basis of an empirical study into conjectured histories, presents and potential renders of Built Space.
5 Central St Martins MA Interim Show Private View
Finally spot the stars of the future. Showcasing the developing work of 70 MA Fine Art, MA Art & Science and MA Photography students.