Kate MacGarry is to present Blue Jeans & Brown Clay, an exhibition of new work by London-based artists and designers who have visited and worked at the Blunk House.
Kate MacGarry is to present B. Wurtz’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. Over the past four decades, Wurtz has been making intimate sculptural works from familiar, utilitarian objects.
For ‘Now, At Last’, Ben Rivers had the intention to film sloths in their natural environment to examine them as successful creatures rather than the slow laziness humans have always associated them with, from the seven deadly sins to internet memes.
The Best Art Events to see in London this week
I questioned how knowledge of non-visual and non-aesthetic properties affected my visual appreciation of the objects.
There are loads of art events such as private views, artists talks, and screenings happening around London, and often it is impossible to choose where to go and what to see. To help you with the choice we have Jenny Judova from Art Map London to choose a few for you.
FLORIAN MEISENBERG Delays During Transit (Early Prematurity) @KateMacGarry Art Opening Thursday 12th September
The show comprises of a series of paintings, videos and generic furniture, forming an installation that evokes a transport terminal. For Meisenberg it is the experience of transition, of “being and becoming” that interests him. A space with no history and no future: blank, utopian, universal, desolate, similar to a white cube.
This will be Matt Bryans’ fourth solo exhibition at the gallery. The show consists of an installation of hand-carved bricks and erased newspaper landscapes.
For his first solo show Luke Rudolf has made a series of new paintings that hijack the visual language of… Read More
1 Wilson Williams Gallery , I Saw Three Ships, group show, 6-9pm, info:www.wilsonwilliamsgallery.com 30 Queensdown Rd London E5 8NN 2… Read More