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Patrick Caulfield, Evening Paper, 1999, acrylic on canvas, 91.4 x 76.2 cm. Image courtesy Waddington Custot

New Patrick Caulfield exhibition to look deeper into the artists practice across a variety of media.

In a solo exhibition of the celebrated Patrick Caulfield (b. 1936 – d. 2005), Waddington Custot will look deeper at the artist’s practice across a variety of media, from oil painting to prints and his lesser-known and rarely exhibited drawings, with particular attention to Caulfield’s preoccupation with light and shade across various times of day.

Ye Hongxing : East Of Eden at Scream Private View TODAY Thursday 25th October 2013

Following the overwhelming response to her debut UK exhibition last year, Scream are to present new works by Beijing-based artist Ye Hongxing. Having partnered with luxury shoe designer Christian Louboutin with pop-up exhibitions in both Miami and Hong Kong in the last year, Hongxing’s profile and reputation continues to soar as one of China’s most relevant and successful contemporary artists.

Hannah Know: BUFF @CeriHandGallery Art Opening Thursday 19th September 2013

BUFF is Hannah Knox’s first solo exhibition with Ceri Hand Gallery, featuring a series of new works that utilise fabric as a ground. Reducing painting to its primary components of colour, cloth and support- they range from pink linen and black PVC to day-glo orange raw silk. The works are folded, stitched, sprayed and draped, these are paintings barely and painted barely – this is painting in the buff.

Idris Khan ‘Beyond the Black’ @VictoriaMiro Art Opening Thursday 19th September 6–8pm

Victoria Miro is to present a new body of work by Idris Khan in his third solo presentation with the gallery. Beyond the Black marks an important departure from Khan’s photographic based works and comprises a suite of large black paintings, a monumental site specific wall drawing and a series of works on paper, all of which consider the metaphysics of creativity.

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