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Alongside Edel Assanti’s presentation of Oren Pinhassi’s work as part of Frieze Viewing Room, they are presenting an off-site exhibition of ten new sculptures by Pinhassi at St Cyprian’s church over the course of Frieze week closing this Saturday 10th October.
Wealth inequality, India, isolation, a grotesque London and three Queens.
The Royal College of Art and associated Fitzrovia galleries are presenting the collaborative exhibition with fists, it kicks, it bites. The exhibition by the 2020 graduating students of the MA Photograph course
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you ‘The Top Art Exhibitions to see in London’ this week they include Bullies, lights, China, spheres and Malcolm X.
The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London in December include Masculinity, wind chimes, pulsing lights, motherhood and lots of legs.
Edel Assanti present Contrariety, Farley Aguilar’s first solo exhibition in the UK. Aguilar’s subject matter is the social facade of community and habitual modes of human behaviour within them, addressing group identity, political allegiance and cultural ritual.
A fun house, selfies, creepy vitrines, Smiths, a foil tiger and chunky sculpture.
This week’s Top 7 art exhibitions to see include: A hotel, women, sharks, virtual reality, flesh and gold.
Immortality, a maze, decapitated bodies, raw emotion, optical illusions, tar and Iran.
The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London this week include: A massive warehouse, floating glass, a new gallery find, Indian independence, lots of dots, instrument cases and British jazz.
Suicide vests, robots, eroticism, eggs, hands, Rodin, a shopping centre and surreal landscapes.
Massive light art, snakes and sharks, Warhol and Miro, rusting pillars, clean interiors, Canadians, immigration and illustration.
INTERVIEW: We talk to artist Ann-Marie James about her solo exhibition “Le Monde Moderne” at Edel Assanti
Since graduating with an MA in Fine Art from Wimbledon College of Art in 2012, James has exhibited in London, Paris, Italy and Japan, and won a scholarship to the British School at Rome.
Destruction brings with it an exhilaration and a definite aesthetic, however regrettable it is, and two of the most striking exhibits in London now play on that.
In Pieces” he questions how authenticity can be established in the age of social media, when upon upload, content is instantaneously dislocated from its original context.