Darren Almond The Principle of Moments White Cube Mason’s Yard Preview: Thursday 2nd September 2010

Image:© the artist Courtesy White Cube 3 September – 2 October 2010 White Cube Mason’s Yard Known for works that meditate on notions of time, landscape and travel, as well as political and historical memory, Almond brings these themes together in two bodies of work: a series of time-lapse photographs taken in the Faroe Islands, […]

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Jess Flood-Paddock: Gangsta’s Paradise Hayward Gallery Project Space Private View Tuesday August 3rd 2010d

In her first solo exhibition at a major institution, the British artist Jess Flood-Paddock (b.1977) presents a sculptural scenario that explores the historical and cultural specificity of moral behaviour, populist self-help texts, the links between anthropology and infotainment, and the comedy and tragedy of scale – specifically gigantism. Often concerned with the questions of what […]

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JOSE-MARIA CANO ‘The Wall Street 100’ at RIFLEMAKER DAIRY (WAKEFIELD STREET, LONDON WC1) from Monday 9th November

Monday 9 November – Saturday 5 December at RIFLEMAKER DAIRY (WAKEFIELD STREET, LONDON WC1) One hundred portraits painted in wax of subjects seen purely from an economic viewpoint. Includes: Barack Obama, Bernard Madoff, the Queen… Private view: Monday 9 November 6-9pm Jose-Maria Cano is looking a little waxy 🙁The Times)

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ANKA DABROWSKA & JENI SNELL -CONCRETE JUNGLE (PROJECT SPACE) at Satorial Private View Thursday 29th October

Exploring the conflicting and troubling relationship between childhood innocence and the architecture of war has been a consistently developed theme throughout my work. Once attending a school built on top of a WWII German Gun Battery, I aim to highlight elements of my personal experience; the strangeness, absurdity and contradictions of a place marked by […]

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LEONARDO DREW at FAS Contemporary Art Private View Wednesday 7th October

Drew’s sculptural work consists of constructions made of fabricated and collected objects, each item specifically made to look like found pieces. This work is more of a reassembling and a reconstruction rather than traditional assemblage. There is an overall feeling of impermanence to the work with the re-contextualising of the objet trouvé to form items […]

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Shake It: An Instant History of the Polaroid Private View Tuesday 6th October

Pumphouse Gallery Battersea Park, London Nobuyoshi Araki , Rut Blees Luxemburg , Guy Bourdin , Tim Braden, Roe Ethridge , Walker Evans, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, André Kertész , John Latham, Robert Mapplethorpe, Jonathan Monk, Lisa Oppenheim , Lucas Samaras , Michael Snow, Juergen Teller , Andy Warhol, Wim Wenders From the lyrics of OutKast’s […]

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