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March 05

198 Gallery
21 January to 4 March 2005
Proverb - Mario Lewis
New installation and video work by the Trinidadian artist on the diasporan experience and representation in the moving image

Artist Eye Space
19 January – 24 February 2005
Misato Ban’s Paintings aim to create a feeling of balance between nature and contemporary life, emphasising the importance of nurturing both in our daily lives.

IBID PROJECTS
20 January - 6 March
MILENA DRAGICEVIC - Falsifikacija
Falsifikacija acts as a complex visual and psychological riddle.

Jenny Holzer
3.2.05 - 2.3.05
Holzer will exhibit an instillation of two large scale LED light works..

LANGE GASSE 28 artist studio
sorry - Annabel Dover, Wendy Lewis, Daniela Steinfeld, J A Nicholls

Nancy Victor Gallery
14 January > 28 February 2005
Everything started with one paper bag, trying to cover peoples face in a funny and ironic way. I thought I could push the idea a little bit further, taking other risks.

Photofusion
28 Jan - 05 Mar
Photofusion is proud to present a new exhibition of photographs by Etienne Clément.

Primordial Ink - Gina Birch
10th January - 5th February
Gina exhausted a tin of 2B pencils and a heap of felt pens to explore character

Tablet gallery
Jan 15 – Feb 26
A recent news item reported that people are increasingly throwing away loose change. At Tablet gallery Marion Coutts is showing a pair of new sculptural works made of money.

temporarycontemporary
19 single-channel video works by emerging international artists

 

 

291 Gallery
Council friday 25th february

198 Gallery
21 January to 4 March 2005
Proverb - Mario Lewis
New installation and video work by the Trinidadian artist on the diasporan experience and representation in the moving image

Allsop Gallery
"Kit Glaisyer - On the way to work"
Creating reality from our dreams, beliefs and aspirations
29 January to 26 February 2005

Apples & Snakes…
Wednesday 23rd Feb
A Spoken word show ages 12 + by young people at risk of offending tutored by Lennox and Charlie Dark

Artist Eye Space
19 January – 24 February 2005
Misato Ban’s Paintings aim to create a feeling of balance between nature and contemporary life, emphasising the importance of nurturing both in our daily lives.

ArtSway
commonground
An Open Exhibition
4 Dec. 2004 - 13 Feb

ArtSway
Open Exhibition: commonground
4 December 2004 to 13 February 2004

ATRIUM GALLERY
RAFT by Mark Brogan
Extraordinary complex and intriguing structures
4th – 26th February 2005

ATLAS GALLERY
BENEFIT IN AID OF TSUNAMI FLOOD VICTIMS
EXHIBITION AND SALE OF LIMITED EDITION AND ESTATE PRINTS
UNTIL 21ST FEBRUARY

Broadbent
Look Don’t Think
There is no better way to experience contemporary art practice
FEBRUARY 2nd – FEBRUARY 26th 2005

Bernard Jacobson Gallery
Marc Vaux:
Paintings from 1959 – 2005
4th – 26th February 2005

BlindArt
‘Sense & Sensuality’: 2-7 March 2005
An art exhibition you can touch.
All works for sale to raise money for charity

Camden Arts Centre
Pedro Cabrita Reis, Francis Picabia
24 November to 06 February 2005

Crafts Council Gallery
Beauty and the Beast- New Swedish Design
18 November 2004 - 6 February 2005

From slick, urban furniture and rat-gnawed wallpaper to delicate leaf ceramics and wave shaped walls of lighting, Beauty and the Beast explores the intriguing duality of contemporary Swedish design.

Elastic residence
13 January - 6 February
Schmutzgeld - an exhibition about ‘filthy lucre’ by

Green Door
Group of young British artists based in the East End of London
February 2nd – March 2nd 2005

Green Door
Sartorial Contemporary Art
Exhibit this work as a reminder of the great offence and embarrassment
February 2nd – March 2nd 2005

Haunch of Venison Bruton Street
NATHAN COLEY
Investigates the social aspects of our built environment in works in a diverse range of media
27 January–26 February, 2005

HAMES LEVACK and the ICA
‘Public art: reframing the streets’

Saturday 5th March 1-5pm
Sunday 6th March 3-5pm

a series of talks about public art…actually held in public...

Hicks Gallery
6th – 20th February 2005
Whilst art critics and galleries are both relevant to an artists work, in the end it is what the public thinks that matters.

ICA LISTINGS
February 2005

IBID PROJECTS
20 January - 6 March
MILENA DRAGICEVIC - Falsifikacija
Falsifikacija acts as a complex visual and psychological riddle.

JERWOOD SPACE
IT’S A SMALL WORLD SCULPTURE INSTALLATION
an opportunity for young emerging artists to exhibit in a busy and vibrant atmosphere
25 January - 8 March 2005

Jenny Holzer
3.2.05 - 2.3.05
Holzer will exhibit an instillation of two large scale LED light works..

Laurence Miller Gallery - Lalla Essaydi
January 6 - February 26
Laurence Miller Gallery takes pleasure in presenting Converging Territories , the first New York one-person show of Moroccan-born artist Lalla Essaydi.

Laurence Miller Gallery
January 6 - February 26, 2005
Lalla Essaydi: Converging Territories and Ray K. Metzker: Drawing the Line

lab PERFORMANCE
WHAT ARE WE DOING
Developed in response to the domestic setting of the ELASTIC residence
February 19-20th, 26-27th and March 5-6th

Natural History Museum
Half-term events
12–27 February 2005

Old Hall, Newnham College
Cinecam

2nd - 6th march
Cambridge University's premier film-making societies annual film festival

National Gallery
February at the National Gallery

Natural History Museum
Naturally selected?
A series of free Evolution Week events at the Natural History Museum
Saturday 5 to Saturday 12 February 2005

MARZIA MIGLIORA
It is a space that captures happenings, a fragile territory in which sensations are felt.
8 February – 4 March 2005

Okaycarrol
a night of short films and performance by emerging Artist

Friday 28th January

Oxo Tower Wharf
The art of Love 2005
February 10th to 27th

OOM GALLERY UK
MACHINE ENVY photographs by POGUS CAESAR
DATE: 12 NOV - FEB 2005

Photofusion
28 Jan - 05 Mar
Photofusion is proud to present a new exhibition of photographs by Etienne Clément.

Prince Charles Cinema
ELLEN CANTOR & CERITH WYN EVANS
Monday 7 February 6.15-8.30pm

Primordial Ink - Gina Birch
10th January - 5th February
Gina exhausted a tin of 2B pencils and a heap of felt pens to explore character

Proud Central
26th Jan - 20th Feb
Rankin's Australia: A Different Light .....in 9 days!

Prince Charles Cinema
ELLEN CANTOR & CERITH WYN EVANS
Monday 7 February

Pump House Gallery
Sunday 5 Dec 2 - 4pm TO 6 Feb 2005
The White Station brings together works in which artists have experimented with snow as a physical material, for it's potential to shape and engage us in its physicality.

RampART
13th-17th February 2005
An alternative fashion week to the posh 'London Fashion Week'..

Rhodes + Mann
December 9th - January 30th
"This Sweet Sickness" is a group show with 7 Swedish artists (including one furniture designer) that presents the other side of today's welfare state.

Sadie Coles HQ
19 Jan – 19 Feb 2005
Nicola Tyson strikes an intriguing balance between the abstract and figurative. Her figures combine elements of both the comic and the grotesque. Figure Running is an imposing mountain of flesh, possessed with a primal energy, but, with a precarious balance, pin head and helplessly short arms, this strength is undercut by a sense of vulnerability.

SPACE INVADERS
new paintings by Fleur Patrick and Nichola Ollis
21.1.05 to 15.2.05

Spacex
4 December 2004 to 19 February 2005
Computing 101B is an exhibition at Spacex, Exeter's contemporary art venue. The exhibition is inspired by the very things people hate most about computers: viruses, glitches, pop-up windows. It works on the anxieties and sense of panic that everyday computer malfunctions can cause, the all too familiar symptoms of the high-tech era.

Spectrum Fine Art
15th - 28th February
showcasing the work of the very best graduates from the leading London Art Schools

Spectrum Fine Art
Spectrum Fine Art Presents ‘The Kiss’ For Valentine’s Day

St Paul’s Church
EAT ME - Damien Hirst
Consumption as inspiration for this show
Tuesday 1st February until Tuesday March 1st 2005

The Showroom
Soft Materials
Daria Martin to make a new 16mm film
26 January – 6 March 2005

'Somewheretogo'
Candice Jacobs, Tristan Hessing, Tom Godfrey, Matthew Jamieson, Bruce Ayling, Tom Allen, Dan Keeling, Jonathan Waring, James Mitchie, Alex Stevenson, Emily Kydd, , Andrew Cullen, Tinsel Edwards, Twinke Troughton, Louisa Bailey, James Bowen, Ed Hix, Ian Nesbit, Kate Cox
group of 19 talented young and recently graduated UK based artists.
10th – 23rd February 2005

The FleaPit
HAMES LEVACK
Paintings look pretty, but step closer and you’ll see something a lot darke
28th January - 2nd Marcgh 2005

SPRÜTH MAGERS LEE
Jenny Holzer
New large scale LED light works
3.2.05 – 2.3.05

The Showroom
Daria Martin – Soft Materials
The Showroom is delighted to announce that it has commissioned Daria Martin to make a new 16mm film
25 January - feb

The Photographers' Gallery
An exhibition of two new bodies of work by the artist Melanie Manchot.

20 January - 27 February 2005

Space-twotentwo
WHY ARE THE BEAUTIFUL ONES ALWAYS INSANE, SINISA SAVIC
work deals with the deep rooted and instinctive macho aspirations of male identity
4 February - 27 February 2005

Studio 1.1 Gallery
Jo Longhurst, photographing dogs with a particular focus on their breeding and lineage
Thursday 3rd Feb 2005, 6 - 9pm

The Muse
IN TIME…
Cinnamon Heathcote-Drury, Portraits frozen by still photography are released back into the present
9th February 2005 – 17th February 2005.

The Showroom Annual Launch Event
The Chronology and The Conference

Tuesday 8 February 18.30 – 20.30hrs

"To Be Confirmed"
prints and paintings by SHOK1

Feb 6-7th

Tudor Road Jamboree
Sunday 6th March

Transition
SOUL MINING

Their inner mapless journeys travel through the weird grimoires

February 12 – March 6

Tablet gallery
Jan 15 – Feb 26
A recent news item reported that people are increasingly throwing away loose change. At Tablet gallery Marion Coutts is showing a pair of new sculptural works made of money.

tank tv
Moving Images from Russia
1 December 2004  - 31 January 2005

THE POLITICAL CARTOON GALLERY
25 November 2004 – 20 February 2005
This Exhibition chronicles the life of Sidney ‘George’ Strube who was the editorial cartoonist of the Daily Express between 1912 and 1948

The Showroom
26 January – 8 March

The Showroom is delighted to announce that it has commissioned Daria Martin
to make a new 16mm film, Soft Materials, for presentation at the gallery in
January 2005.

THE WAITING ROOMS GALLERY
VILMA MARKAUSITE
December 12th 2004 – January 30th 2005
Vilma’s paintings are at times touching, joyful, contemplative and tragic.

Transition Gallery
January 15 – February 6
In his paintings, Paul Becker uses the interaction of human and animal as the basis for a dysfunctional narrative that threads its way ambiguously through a series of heavy anxieties, childhood fears and differing emotional states.

White Chapel Project Space
HARDCORE IS MORE THAN MUSIC
JEREMY DELLER, TIM & BARRY
12th ­ 27th February 2005

V&A
24-28 January 2005
Celebrate beauty at the V&A this January with a week of lectures, performances and events that will be provocative and stimulating. (In association with Estée Lauder)

VILMA GOLD
26th November – 16th January 2005
DUBOSSARSKY & VINOGRADOV - NEW PAINTINGS
... which portray female figures and objects in underwater settings.

WHITE CUBE
Mika Kato
21 January - 26 February 2005

Zimmer Stewart Gallery - Derek Davis and Josse Davis
4th – 27th February 2005
Derek Davis – New Paintings
Josse Davis – Ceramics

 

FATHERS OF HOUSE
Valentine's
SAT 12th FEB

"TSUNAMI APPEAL" CONCERT
(UK) Sunday 30th January 05 Time: 3:00 to 5:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

March to November 04

 

Studio Voltaire
30 September ­ 24 October
Studio Voltaire's third annual open submission exhibition aims to showcase the strength and diversity of its studio and external membership, which currently compromises over 150 artists. Every year, the changing panel of invited artists, collectors, critics and curators, select artist's work. Previous selectors include Pablo Bronstein, artist and Eva Tait, formerly of Entwistle Gallery.
198 Gallery
198 Gallery's contribution to Black History Month: HISTORICISM

Opening Night - Friday 22nd October

198 Gallery
Pink is the Navy Blue of India

10 Sep - 15 Oct
Shelly Bahl
Mixed media installation and other works exploring the exotification of Indian art and culture
Launch Event: Thursday 9 September, 6.30-9.00pm

Artist Eye Space
Tanera Bryden and Ben Deakin

13 October - 11 November
Private View: 12 October 2004, 6:30 – 9pm
TANERA BRYDEN’S PAINTINGS aim to create a visual language for the tapestry of sound that envelops our everyday existence.
BEN DEAKEN uses a loose painting and drawing style as a catalyst for making his imaginary landscapes.

The artvaults
5th August - 14th November
The artvaults are set to feature works from six contemporary artists exhibited within five separate
medieval vaults.

A SPACE
Garden
10 August - 10 November
The multimedia exhibition Garden will explore how contemporary installation art addresses the interplay between external reality and internal states of mind.

The Aquarium Gallery
SATURDAY 9TH OCTOBER

The Aquarium in association with Don't Panic Media present a new anti-war poster designed by Jamie Reid.

The Aquarium
William English
A Portrait of Vivienne Westwood in 1975

19th October - 13th November

BearSpace
ELEANOR MORETON NEW PAINTINGS

17 September – 14 October
Open: Wed – Sat, 12 – 5 p.m

Broadbent
FRANK BOWLING: Survey Show
MARK FOULDS: Recent Paintings
7th September – 7th October 2004

Camden Arts Centre
Tomáš Vanek
Residency
10 September–07 November 2004

'Sometimes when I hear the birds sing I think my mobile phone is ringing'. Czech artist Tomáš Vanek collects observations such as this in the Centre's stairwell using his characteristic stencils and spray paint.

Campbell Works Gallery
Within These Walls
7th Oct - Oct31
Carol Archer displays a moving photographic installation documenting showing a glimpse of the Palestinian people while they struggle to live their daily lives.

Christina VARGA Gallery
October 30th - November 13th

Installation of Suspended Thought Paintings

The Centre of Attention
Boyle Family: Early Projections
1 Oct to 7 November
The light works were created by Mark Boyle and Joan Hills in the 1960s, as part of their project to make an objective, all inclusive, examination of reality.

ELASTIC
Etak
28 October 14 November 2004
The Puluwatt islanders in the Pacific ocean use the principal of etak when travelling between islands. They do not use maps or think of distance in miles nor do they imagine themselves as even moving while travelling. Rather they use a highly abstract, complex and creative cognitive map to travel from one point to another.

Emma Hill Fine Art Eagle Gallery
Jane Bustin
Violet and the War
8 October - 5 November  

Foundry
Paul Bright
Up The Wall/New works on paper
26th oct-7th Nov 2004


IBID Projects
Christopher Orr

13 October - 21 November

IBID PROJECTS - Aidas Bareikis
Doron Solomons
11 Sept - 10 Oct

ICA Projects presents
KONTROLL

Selected for Un Certain Regard, Winner Prix de la Jeunesse, Cannes Film Festival, 2004
Best First Time Director, Best Cinematography, Foreign Critics’ Award, Hungarian Film Festival. Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Hungarian Film Critics Awards

FRIEZE ART FAIR 2004
15th-18th October
Frieze Art Fair, the UK’s largest contemporary art fair, has announced the programme of projects and events for this year’s fair, featuring exciting new works by Adam Chodzko; Annika Eriksson; Chris
Johanson; Emma Kay; Los Super Elegantes & assume vivid astro focus; Aleksandra Mir; Roman
Ondák; Joanne Tatham & Tom O’Sullivan and Pae White.

GASWORKS GALLERY
A new performance by Lali Chetwynd
:BORN FREE – A Melodrama
and Eileen Perrier @ The Gas Board
Thursday 4th November 6-9pm

Houldsworth Gallery
Hollow Sunsets – Gordon Cheung

11 October – 13 November
“Essentially my paintings reflect the techno sublime, where information overwhelms the individual, causing a flickering perception of realities“, says Cheung, who presents his first solo show at Houldsworth this Autumn.

Haunch of Venison Listings Information for June - October 2004
Thomas Joshua Cooper
Point of No Return
22 September– 26 October
Cooper’s most ambitious project is The World’s Edge – The Atlantic Basin Project, an epic endeavour begun in 1990 to map the extremities of the land and islands that surround the Atlantic Ocean.

House Gallery
LOSING GROUND
9 to 21 October
Opening Friday 8 October
In ‘Losing Ground’ Adrian Jeans and Andrew Hladky work from proverbs and photos, playing with the way they can seem to offer a clichéd summation of life or experience.

House Gallery
Mark McGowan
Autumn Leaves Protest
Saturday 6th November

House Gallery
23rd October - 4th November

HTTP Gallery
Mika Taanila - The Future Is Not What It Used To Be
Erkki Kurenniemi - DIMI-A

October 21st -14th November
HTTP is London's first dedicated gallery for networked, net art, new media & sound art. It will provide a public space for experimental approaches to exhibiting relational, technologically termed art.

ICA LISTINGS
Friday 29 October - Thursday 4 November 2004

ICA
KLUTTERKAMMER
An exhibition by John Bock
Until 7 November

Mile End Arts Pavilion
Charlotte Beale, Teresa Mills, Irene Rogan, William Stok, Phil Toy and Michael Turner.
Love Warmth and Water Lilies
until 11th November

M+R Gallery
Artists' Machines
Private View: Thursday 7th October, 6.30 - 9.30pm
8th - 31st October
Anders Bojen & Kristoffer Orum, Shane Bradford, Rainbow Chun, Theo Kaccoufa and Will Smith & Tom Vaughan.

the Natural History Museum
The Big Draw

Saturday 16 October
Sketch the natural world, inside and out, at this year’s Big Draw at the Natural History Museum. Artists, part-time doodlers and even anyone who claims they can’t draw a straight line will all be welcome at the Museum on Saturday 16 October for a day of drawing activities looking closely at the Museum and its collections.

The Muse
Cutting Through
Solo exhibition by Gonzalo Paramo
2nd November – 6th November
A surgery of ideas, an association of language, maths and symbols, Gonzalo Paramo’s work represents a series of explorations using the word as artistic medium.

Old Limehouse Townhall
PILOT:1
16-18 October

100 emerging artists chosen by 100 established international curators, critics and collectors, will exhibit and screen works, display archival material on their respective practices, as well as be present at the event to discuss their work.

Photofusion
Physical Sites

Nigel Green and Naglaa Walker

1 October- 13 November
In her work, Walker presents science not as instructive, infallible authority but as an object of enquiry and speculation, relevant to day-to-day life. In 2003 she was awarded a Jerwood Photography Prize for her work.

Plus One Plus Two Galleries
JOHN SALT – GUS HEINZE – ANDREW HOLMES –
CESAR SANTANDER – STEVEN SMULKA –
DAVID LIGARE - DAVID FINNIGAN
September 15th – October 9th
John Salt – arguably the greatest living British photorealist, he concentrates much of his intense effort on Americana, especially its sadder, decaying side, a mobile home, an abandoned garage, a café on a corner, all in a soft focus which was always there…

Royal College of Art
Hockney Gallery

inside out
11-16th October
Private View on 12th October
an exhibition of mixed media textiles

Sadie Coles HQ
SIMON PERITON
13 Oct - 27 Nov
The Edge of the World private view, 13 Oct, 6-8pm
For his third show at HQ Simon Periton takes his scalpel to our rural landscapes and urban wastelands.

Spectrum Fine Art
Artists and the City
23rd September - 23rd October
Artists and the City exhibits the 2004 Hunting Prize Young Artist of the Year Marco Amura, whose images of London and New York are almost exclusively in screen print.
Amura will be exhibited alongside Glaswegian Brian Love, short listed for the 2002 BP Portrait Award, who works in pastel & oil with remarkable dexterity and Richard Tait, a traditional painter whose body of work focuses on London’s square mile.

Spectrum Fine Art
Artists Of Fame And Promise

23rd Sept until Saturday 23rd Oct

Studio 1.1
Gill Ord - An Experiment with Time
Paintings 1990 - 2004

1 - 31 October
This first London solo show reveals Ord's abiding concerns - using paint to take objects, structures from the real world, holding them strangely isolated between representation and abstraction.

291 Gallery
What's on at the 291 Gallery in October

Three Colts Gallery
“We Can Work It Out”
30th September- 9th October
Nineteen artists are submitting their very worst piece of work for display in the spirit of caring and sharing, are to improve one of the other artworks. This demands an act of surrender and exchange.

TOTEM
Simona Brinkmann, Amy Clarke, Tom Ellis, Lee Reagan
8th October - 12th November
Private view Thursday 7th Oct 6 pm - 9pm
The North American Indians passed their stories down the generations orally. To help them remember each story, they carved Totem poles, which were stacks of symbols representing the clans that acted as memory sticks to those that knew the tale.

Transition Gallery
Clive Brandon, Tania McCormack, Gary O’Connor, Mike Perry
October 16 – November 14

A small corner of East London comes under the magnifying glass, as the postal district that the gallery happens to be in becomes the theme for this show.

Transition
Hans in Transition: Paintings by Hans Scheirl
Sep 11- Oct 10 2004, Fri-Sun 1-6pm
painting Free Admission

Urbis
Ill Communication II
30 July – 31October
One of the world’s largest exhibitions of street art, Ill Communication II hits Urbis this July - even bigger and better than the first time round, displaying the most contemporary street art by artists from cities around the world.

Usher Gallery
Marks in Space

till 24 Oct
Majoy contemporary drawin exhibition incliudes the work of Richard Wilson, Susan Hiller, Edward Allington, Anja Gallaccio and many more

WHAT'S ON AT THE V&A IN OCTOBER 2004
BIG DRAW AT THE V&A
GETTING INTO SHAPE
SATURDAY 16 AND SUNDAY 17 OCTOBER
11.00 - 17.00

For this year's Big Draw, the V&A's theme is 'Getting into Shape'. Put yourself into a stretchy fabric bag and get your new shape drawn on paper. Then turn your outline into an architectural design; students from the Architectural Association will be on hand to help. The Big Draw has a simple aim: to get everyone drawing. Now in its fifth year, hundreds of venues throughout the UK will take part during October 2004 for a nationwide celebration of drawing.
Prince Charles Cinema
ARTPROJX CINEMA SERIES TWO
16-17-18 October 2004
This programme of international artists film and video will add a new dimension to the work shown by galleries at the Frieze Art Fair. Galleries and artists have the opportunity to show their work at the Prince Charles Cinema in the heart of London's Leicester Square. This is a rare chance to comprehensively survey international contemporary film and video art.

The Rhythm Factory
Muak

Saturday 9th October
Deep house music.... London

The Social
Alex Chilton Was My Hero!

Monday 18th October 2004 (then Every week)

Flashpoint
VOICES
Wednesday, October 13, 8:00pm
When was the last time you heard something interesting coming from someone's mouth?

Raindance Film Festival
THE FILM REMIX PROJECT
Thursday 7th October
Following packed screenings at festivals across Europe and most recently the Pompidou Centre in Paris, Addictive TV screen The Film Remix Project in the UK for the first time.

Static Gallery
Contribution, Corroboration or Collation

2pm Wednesday 6th October

All media navigates a balance between forming the opinion of their readership and being responsive to the interests of their readers. Most publications, whether printed or otherwise, have made a decision about which role they seek. Contribution, Corroboration or Collation brings together three publications that write about art, to discuss their position.

transVoyeur
Moth Man, Wrestling Tournament.Live wrestling match with Moth Man and GPW Wrestling Promotion
15 October
An array of performances from body politics and modification to the embodiment of the iconic in art born from the canvas.
16 October

Unit 39
William Stein and Philip Wyness
The Vanity Project

22nd October – 4th November

This collaboration between two young emerging artists will be a challenging, innovative and playful exploration of philosophical notions of vanity and their relation to individual integrity and commodification in contemporary society.

The Waiting Rooms Gallery
WAITING
Samuel Beer, Kezia Cantwell-Wright, Anton Cataldo, Elinor Evans, Alice Hodgson, Audrey Kirby, Laura Ng, Robert Offord.
October 18th -November 14th
Waiting is a very loose theme to this show; so much art is surely dreamt up whilst waiting for something else, time spent waiting for a train, a late friend, or even the weekend, is possibly when are minds are most free to wander, to ponder something away from the everyday.

Waterloo Gallery
Patricia Lamax, Sandra Spencer & Zoe Winfield

8th-13th Novenber

THE SAATCHI GALLERY
GALLEON AND OTHER STORIES
7 JULY onwards
the centrepiece be a forty-foot galleon by British artist Brian Griffiths. Titled Beneath The Stride of Giants, the sculpture was created by assembling old furniture found in skips and markets around South London.

Houldsworth Gallery
Hollow Sunsets – Gordon Cheung

11 October – 13 November
“Essentially my paintings reflect the techno sublime, where information overwhelms the individual, causing a flickering perception of realities“, says Cheung, who presents his first solo show at Houldsworth this Autumn.

Haunch of Venison Listings Information for June - October 2004
Thomas Joshua Cooper
Point of No Return
22 September– 26 October
Cooper’s most ambitious project is The World’s Edge – The Atlantic Basin Project, an epic endeavour begun in 1990 to map the extremities of the land and islands that surround the Atlantic Ocean.

House Gallery
LOSING GROUND
9 to 21 October
Opening Friday 8 October
In ‘Losing Ground’ Adrian Jeans and Andrew Hladky work from proverbs and photos, playing with the way they can seem to offer a clichéd summation of life or experience.

House Gallery
Mark McGowan
Autumn Leaves Protest
Saturday 6th November

House Gallery
23rd October - 4th November

HTTP Gallery
Mika Taanila - The Future Is Not What It Used To Be
Erkki Kurenniemi - DIMI-A

October 21st -14th November
HTTP is London's first dedicated gallery for networked, net art, new media & sound art. It will provide a public space for experimental approaches to exhibiting relational, technologically termed art.

ICA LISTINGS
Friday 29 October - Thursday 4 November 2004

ICA
KLUTTERKAMMER
An exhibition by John Bock
Until 7 November


ICA Projects presents

KONTROLL

Selected for Un Certain Regard, Winner Prix de la Jeunesse, Cannes Film Festival, 2004
Best First Time Director, Best Cinematography, Foreign Critics’ Award, Hungarian Film Festival. Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Hungarian Film Critics Awards

FRIEZE ART FAIR 2004
15th-18th October
Frieze Art Fair, the UK’s largest contemporary art fair, has announced the programme of projects and events for this year’s fair, featuring exciting new works by Adam Chodzko; Annika Eriksson; Chris
Johanson; Emma Kay; Los Super Elegantes & assume vivid astro focus; Aleksandra Mir; Roman
Ondák; Joanne Tatham & Tom O’Sullivan and Pae White.

GASWORKS GALLERY
A new performance by Lali Chetwynd
:BORN FREE – A Melodrama
and Eileen Perrier @ The Gas Board
Thursday 4th November 6-9pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

Feb to March 04

ICA
ICA LISTINGS
2 - 8 Apr 04
Various films, exhibitions, theatre and talks

ICA LISTINGS
9 - 15 April

Films, exhibition, music and performance

ICA BECK’S FUTURES STUDENT PRIZE
8 – 11 April 2004
The shortlist for the fifth annual BECK’S FUTURES STUDENT PRIZE FOR FILM AND VIDEO.

ICA LISTINGS
16 April - 22 April 2004

ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS

THE ART OF PHILIP GUSTON 1913–1980 MAIN GALLERIES
24 Jan – 12 Apr 04
His uncompromising late paintings, which shocked the art world and baffled his admirers, ultimately inspired later generations of artists, and invigorated American painting in the 1970s and 1980s.

ESTORICK COLLECTION

BLASTING THE FUTURE AT THE ESTORICK COLLECTION
Vorticism in Britain 1910-1920
until 18 April 04
Britain’s first major exhibition devoted to Vorticism for thirty years will be staged by the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art,

BRILLIANT V&A Contemporary Space
12 Feb -25 April 2004

Brilliant features nine dramatic light installations and a dazzling display of domestic lights by some of the world's leading designers.

Unit 1.9 Kingly Court,
'Wheres my wrist band?'
2nd -16th April 04
Scott Forrestersolo exhibition of the photographs taken in the backstage area of Kungfu

The Aquarium Gallery
PAX BRITANNICA : A Hellish Peace
16th March - 17th April

This event will bring together the voices of distinguished artists who do not believe in war as a means towards peace, who deplore organised aggression and the killing of innocent civilians and soldiers. Artists include: Banksy, Steve Bell, James Boswell, Alexander de Cadenet, Sir Anthony Caro, James Cauty, Billy Childish, Ken Currie, Clifford Harper, Richard Hamilton, Clifford Harper, and more

TABLET GALLERY
Johney Ohene
18 Mar - 25 Apr 04
Showcasing five of these new digitally-produced paintings, which reference African art and Eurocentric avant-gardism through their compositional structures and subject matter.

Proud Camden
1000@100@10
THE ULTIMATE PROUD GALLERIES SALE

MARCH 29TH – APRIL 18TH

Proud Galleries will be offering the original exhibition zero prints from some of its most popular shows at a fraction of the market price complete with a certificate of authenticity signed either by the photographer or the Gallery.

MOT
MOT - PAUL MART
5th March - 9th April 2004
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HEIKE WEBER
31 March-24 April

CLAPHAM ART GALLERY
GILL ROCCA-SOLID GROUND
24 Mar – 24 Apr 04
Rocca is well known for her impeccably rendered sea and sky paintings, having moved on originally from black monochromes.

BROADBENT
Broadbent - Pierre Imhof: String
12 March - 17 April 2004
Abstract paintings and works on paper takes its title from theoretical physics, but also includes paintings abstracted from Monet’s lily paintings..

a space
PLASTICINE WORKSHOPS
10TH, 11TH & 12TH OF APRIL 2004

artist Simon Hayes will be running workshops in his chosen medium, plasticine!

A SPACE GALLERY
New exhibitions @ a space contemporary art gallery
5th March until 16th April 2004
Vincent Warrican >‘The Conjuring Mirror and Other Stories’
Simon Hayes >‘Roar’

291 GALLERY
291 Gallery Listings
THAT NAUGHTY COAT! and various exhibition
listing from 18th March - 30 march 04

White Space Gallery
Tatiana Antoshina : Museum of a Woman

18 March – 7 April 04

one of the most challenging and provocative of woman artists working in Russia today. Antoshina is an artist who actively explores and playfully subverts gender roles in her art practice and this will be the first London exhibition of these works.

temporarycontemporary
Mesmer

scrutiny, seduction & sleight of hand
13th March - 11th April 04
Jonathan Allen, Diann Bauer, Ian Dawson, Howard Dyke, Peter Fillingham, Anthony Gross, Laurie Hill, Francis Lamb, Cedar Lewisohn, David Lock, Paul O'Neill, Luke Oxley, Seb Patane, Giles Round, Lindsay Seers, Mark Titchner, Jen Wu. Each artist in this eclectic mix transmits their own personal agenda through a compulsive act of looking specific to their media.

space-twotentwo
HEIKE CAVALLO
These Things Take Time

26 MARCH – 18 APRIL 2004
London based artist Heike Cavallo, introducing new video works.

Jeffrey Charles Gallery
BLACK + BLUE
20 March - 18 April
Black + Blue is a show of new work by Kev Rice and Dave Smith, two London-based artists.

The Nudge
NuPoetics
17th April 2004
This will be a fabulous evening - shape your mind to fly! Not only will it feature fine performance poets (Anthea Cambell, Jo Burns & Martin Togher), but there also be live downbeat from The Sam Jones collective (featuring Ben Fuller on percussion & Lisa Helmers-Olsen on vocals).

Maria Bustnes - The Girl Band Project: Chilimango (Paint it Black)
12 March - 11 April 2004
Part I is a music video, a cover version of the song Paint It Black by the Rolling Stones. Part II is a music documentary in which the band’s five members, all between ages of fourteen and fifteen, discuss their motivations, experiences of making music together, and their musical preferences.

Urbis hosts The Peter Saville Show Exhibition
23 Jan - 18 Apr 04
A retrospective of the graphic designers life’s work spanning three decades.

ArtSway listings
14 Feb - 18 Apr 04
Photographer Richard Billingham has been creating new work at ArtSway, focusing upon the New Forest Landscape.

27 Spital Square
‘Salience’
9-17 April 2004
Germ, Julian Latorre and Aidan McNeill explore the field of fixed imagery encapsulating common situations and representing them in their own terms.

Candid Gallery
PAINT
16 - 17 April 2004
an exhibition of young student and graduate artists working extensively in paint

MAJNOUN
Tues 30 Mar ­ Sun 18 Apr
30 Bird, London¹s only professional Anglo/Iranian theatre company presents the premiere of MAJNOUN at Riverside Studios

Proud Galleries HUGE CLEARANCE SALE
Weekend 1 - 4th - 7th March
Weekend 2 - 11th - 14th March

Proud Galleries will be holding a HUGE CLEARANCE SALE of all the old postcards, books, kappa prints etc to create room (postcards from 10p, posters from 10p, books from £2. We want to clear 90% of this stock, it really is a clearance sale.

The Above at the Hope and Anchor
March 11th
We'll be playing some ace new tracks, unveiling a new guitarist and selling copies of our very first EP, featuring three blistering tracks.

291 Gallery
Thursday 4th March 2004 at 8pm
Max Richter's new ensemble launches The Blue Notebooks at 291 Gallery.

Kinky Voodoo
5th, 6th and 7th March
Various music events

The Fodez Project live @ THE BETSEY TROTWOOD
Friday 5th March 2004
You are invited to an intimate and exclusive session with the Fodez crew, who will be headlining next Friday at The Betsey Trotwood.

BROADBENT - will and compulsion
6 Feb - 6 Mar 04
Broadbent shows an exciting variety of work by artists from Britain, France, Germany, Spain, Switzerland and the United States.

NANCY VICTOR GALLERY - HITOKO URAGO
21 Jan - 12 Mar 04
Urago paints flat cell- like bodies appearing as randomly placed or highly ordered.

 

ICA LISTINGS
Friday 12 March - Thursday 18 March

Tate Modern - The Unilever Series: Olafur Eliasson
Until 21 Mar 04
This subtle yet dramatic installation radically alters the space as a means of exploring ideas about perception, experience and representation.

ELMS LESTERS PAINTING ROOMS
BROOMFIELD PHOTOGRAPHS
12th - 20th MARCH 04
Maurice Broomfield’s industrial and architectural photographs document a period of post war heavy industry and urban regeneration in Britain. This exhibition will be a retrospective of his photographic career, including industrial, architectural and travel photographs, as well as displaying many of his original camera equipment.

JON PYLYPCHUK
ERECTIONS POINTING AT STARS AND ANGELS

6 FEBRUARY – 20 MARCH 2004
For his first solo show in London, Los Angeles based artist Jon Pylypchuk will present three new large-scale sculptures, three mixed media paintings and a series of collage works on paper.

M+R place to fill
GINGER ROGERS
New work by Polly Benford

18 - 21 March 2004
GINGER ROGERS is a new exhibition at M+R showing drawings and moving image
by Polly Benford.

CLAPHAM ART GALLERY
Until 20 Mar 04
TOM HACKNEY > KATHRYN LANG > DAN McDERMOTT

Studio 1.1 - Cees Krijnen
13 February - 24 March
Woman in Divorce Battle on Tour 2004

The OTHER Cinema
MARCELO BRODSKY

Sunday 4 April

ICA LISTINGS
26 Mar -1 Apr 04
Various films, exhibitions, theatre and talks

THE NATIONAL GALLERY

National Gallery - Bosch and Bruegel: Inventions, Enigmas and Variations
24 Jan - 4 Apr 04
The exhibition brings together paintings, prints and drawings that demonstrate the influence of the great Netherlandish artist Hieronymus Bosch

WHAT'S ON AT THE V&A
MARCH 2004

Various exhibitions and events

CRAFTS COUNCIL GALLERY

BOYS WHO SEW - Crafts Council Gallery
5 FEBRUARY - 4 APRIL 2004
Boys who Sew explores the way seven male artists confound the traditions of textile art

onedotzero launches national tour
Until Mar 04
onedotzero has brought together the world's leading innovators in filmmaking, music video, motion graphics, computer gaming and live performance events for the past seven years.

THE PUMPHOUSE GALLERY

Anna Hutton
Until 21 Mar

Lost Property Arts
The Pumphouse Gallery Battersea Park

TRANSITION GALLERY

Transition Gallery - The Lair of the Lotus Eater
5-21 March 2004
Liz Neal’s Lair of the Lotus Eater is a vision of wild sexual abandonment.

AIR AWARE
Friday 12 – Friday 19 March 2004
National Science Week in a series of free Darwin Centre Live events at the Natural History Museum

ICA LISTINGS
Friday 19 March - Thursday 25 March

PHOTOGRAPHERS GALLERY

Joel Sternfeld Wins The Citigroup Photography Prize 2004
Until 28 Mar 04
Joel Sternfeld's surreal photographs of the American land and people have won him this year's Citigroup Photography Prize.

PREMIUMS SACKLER WING
10–21 March 2004

The Premiums exhibition showcases some of the best contemporary work being produced by young artists today.

Knitting Circles Hit the V&A
Friday 26 March 2004
Knitting is fast becoming the trendiest and fun new pastime du jour.

The Catacombs
Oh! Contraire: An Exhibition from Goldsmiths
20 - 26 March 04
Thirteen Fine Art students from Goldsmiths College, University of London are to exhibit a range of works incorporating video, sculpture, drawing and photography

MIKHAIL YASNOV
Talk and poetry reading

24 March
04
Mikhail has published several collections of his poetry for adults and a lot
of books of poetry and prose for children. His recent collection of poetry
for adults Concealed Amour has been nominated for Apollon Grigoriev Prize
(2003).

291 Gallery - Utrophia
25 Mar 04
Utrophia is a small artist run monthly event promoting the visual and audio work from emerging artists.

Roy Lichtenstein
28 Feb – 27 Mar 04
To coincide with the Hayward Lichtenstein retrospective, Bernard Jacobson is showing a series of key works on paper and sculpture through March.

JERWOOD SPACE
GRAHAM HUDSON: Jerwood Artists Platform
25 Feb – 28 Mar 04
Combining political comment with comical authority to poignant effect, as part of the Jerwood Artists Platform, mixes sound, text and appropriation to explore issues of conflict in our modern world.


WHITECHAPEL PROJECT SPACE
QUARTERS
6 March -28 March 04
FOUR SOLO SHOWS OVER FOUR WEEKS

 

I am Pleasant.
Fri 26 Mar 04
Pleasant's firm grasp on visual theory and art aesthetics, is manifesting into many new works of art.

STATE OF PLAY
3 Feb– 28 Mar 04
State of Play presents the work of international artists who play with ideas, materials and situations.

TOTAL KUNST Collective
6 March - 29 March.

WANTED.', a poster campaign of images by 10 contemporary artists


Art exhibition showing a variety of work by MA fine art students from the University of East London
22 - 26 March

Matt's Gallery - PRADAL
13th February - 28th March 2004
A live installation by Gail Pickering.

Deadline: March 26
Fujifilm Student Awards 2004

This competition remains the most competitive student award in the UK, giving a taste of working within the boundaries of commissioning along with challenging creativity .New categories have been introduced in this year’s Fujifilm Student Awards, as well as the overall winning prize increased to £2000.
www.bjp-online.com

Deadline: February 27
D&AD Student Award

The D&AD Awards are internationally renowned for the high level of entries geared towards the advertising and design industries.
www.dandad.org

Deadline: March 19
BP Portrait Awards, National Portrait Gallery

For portrait artists between the ages of 18 and 41.


Deadline: March 24
Royal Academy Sum
mer Exhibition, the Royal Academy of Arts
The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition is the largest open contemporary art exhibition
in the world, drawing together a wide range of new work by both established and unknown living artists.
http://www.royalacademy.org.uk

Deadline: March 15
Illustration
The best work in drawing, painting, collage, electronic and three-dimensional illustration.

Deadline: March 15
Photography
The best photography used for advertising, design, editorial and any other area of the communication arts.

Deadline March 5-6th
Royal Society of Portrait Painters

http://www.mallgalleries.org.uk/


Deadline: March 26th and 27th
Royal Society of British Artists

http://www.mallgalleries.org.uk/

365 - ANNUAL CALENDAR COMPETITION
25th March 2004

Now is the opportunity to have your work promoted to the creative industry by having it picked for our 2005 Calendar Competition

escape velocities
The Deceleration Project
12 March - 4 April 04
Exhibition by Stuart Brisley and Adrian Ward,Cleo Broda,Angela De La Cruz,Andrew Dodds, juneau/projects/,Thorsten Knaub,Tania Kovats,Matt O'dell,Martin Newth,Dave Smith,Thomson & Craighead

ALAN CRISTEA GALLERY
ROY LICHTENSTEIN and ANDY WARHOL
25 February - 3 April 2004
The Alan Cristea Gallery is holding a major exhibition of prints by two of the leading exponents of American Pop Art, Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warho

M+R place to fill
Some furniture I've always wanted to make
By Martino Gamper
27 & 28 MArch 04

ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART
Royal College of Art Galleries - This much is certain
13 March - 4 April 2004
This much is certain, is an exhibition, a documentary film programme, a series of talks and a publication, exploring artists' use of documents and documentaries in space, time and text.

STANDPOINT GALLERY
s t a n d p o i n t g a l l e r y - Louise Clarke
5 March – 3 April 2004
Time On Your Hands

The artists are varied in background, style and discipline, though they all use drawing as the primary process in the production of their work.

Notting hill arts club
Sticky Rice
5th April

'DHIKRULLAH' (Remembrance of God) - An Exhibition of Contemporary Islamic Art
28th March - 3rd April 04
A combination of contemporary Islamic art by young British Muslims; fusing western and Islamic concepts.

the.gallery@oxo
CLICK: A Celebration of Sight

18 March-4 April 04
The exhibition explores and celebrates the gift of sight.
The photographs are shown with the stories which explain their significance and the offer a fascinating insight into the sights, scenes and views


The Waiting Rooms Gallery
Presents: Foreglimpsing
February 22nd 2004 – April 4th 2004

designer sale uk
2 Apr - 4 Apr 04
check out our new website for the latest listings of the designers we will be stocking...

Pamphlet 10
'The Production of the Critical Moment'
14 Feb - 27 Mar 04
Exploring the relationship between patient, health-worker and artist in their hopsital-based projects.

'Accessorise'
21st February - April 4th 2004
Walford Mill Craft Centre

View Gallery - Disembodied Barbie Heads
March 1st – April 3rd, 2004
View Gallery offers a range of contemporary quality art with a sting, exhibiting expressive portraits, architectural spaces, lines, arches and disembodied Barbie heads.

The 333
Sick Love
4 April 04
Back again for it's monthly dose of electro punk, synthpop and bad behaviour, Sick Love presents a clash of civilizations as representatives from 3 of the most forward thinking and most interesting clubs

GUILD HOUSE
26th - 28th March, 2nd - 4th April
Guild House is an exhibition of recentand specially commissioned contemporary artworks from twelve emerging London-based artists.

What is Root2art
Until 4th April 2004
Root2art is art that has evolved independently from the currents of contemporary art, yet this is an art wholly of our time, sharing creative endeavours from many cultures inmany eras, yet it is also the product of an individual with a unique artistic vision and the resolve and focus to shape an art outside of convention.

Tom Blau Gallery
TIME OUT / PORTRAITS
PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE TIME OUT ARCHIVE

19 March - 2 April 04
Featuring 25 iconic celebrity photographs from the last ten years Time Out / Portraits includes such internationally renowned names

he Ecology center
SOMETHGING MORE
30th March - 1st April

an exhibition by second and finall year students at Middlesex university

THE AUDIOVISUAL LOUNGE
Mon 29 Mar 04

Audiovisual mixes from Addictive TV's Mixmasters project

::VOICES::at Plastic People
Thu 25 Mar 04
ERIC DUNCAN (A1 Records, New York) - House/Italo/Disco/Deep Classics/Sleazy Jams
+ rotating residents: DJ ALEX, CEDRIC WOO & RAMAR
+ percussion: Bongomaniac

July 04

ICA LISTINGS
25 June - 1 July 2004
ICA LISTINGS
Friday 2 July - Thursday 8 July 2004

Exhibitions at the Natural History Museum
June 2004

WHAT'S ON AT THE V&A IN JUNE2004
- includes half-term events for kids

GRANITE
WHITECHAPEL PROJECT SPACE
22 May - 28 June
On a Stupendous Leg of Granite, Discovered Standing by Itself in the Deserts of Egypt, with the Inscription Inserted Below

The Wallace Collection in June 2004

Pharoah’s Creatures: Animals from Ancient Egypt
RUPERT WACE ANCIENT ART
9 June to 9 July 2004
This exhibition will comprise over 100 fine pieces representing 40 species of animals, dating from 3,500 BC to the first century AD

The Sex Pistols, 1976
The Spitz Gallery

PHOTOGRAPHY BY PAUL TERENCE MADDEN
6 Jun – 4 Jul 2004
Having witnessed the first ever Sex Pistols gig purely by mistake in 1975, Paul Terence Madden went on to make the most of his good fortune – by taking these pictures of the band performing at the Nashville Rooms, West Kensington in April 1976.

f r e e d o m f r i e s
a realpolitik picnic
sunday 4th july 2-6pm
now in its second rapturous year, a band of artists – members of the coalition to a man – stands shoulder to shoulder to celebrate liberty though the power of their work.

Pleasant @ the DUST
Installation of Thought Paintings Two
Sunday July 11th 2004

Metal Music
Four Abstract Sculptors
Gallery North
June 6 – July 3 2004
Bill Barrett
Richard Heinrich
Joel Perlman
Peter Reginato

291 Gallery
8 June - 28 June

David Rodriguez
space-twotentwo
11 June – 4 July 2004
The work is in response to the blackout in New York (and most of the Eastern Seaboard) during August 2003. 08.14.03 takes the form of an installation incorporating book design, typography, interactive sonic art and experimental music composition.


MASQUERADE: WOMEN'S CONTEMPORARY PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY
Photofusion

28 May – 10 July
an exhibition of five women photographer

“2-d”
Olympia Conference Centre
1 June – 27 August

focusing on diversity, substance and flair in contemporary painting. It includes the following four, European artists, who apply paint using a range of distinct and striking methods.


BERNARD JACOBSON GALLERY
Tom Wesselmann (1931- ) New Work
25 May – 30 Jun 04
Along with Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and James Rosenquist, Tom Wesselmann was a key member of the American Pop Art movement of the 1960s.

PHOTOFUSION
MASQUERADE: WOMEN'S CONTEMPORARY PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY

Photofusion
28 May – 10 July 2004

Masquerade is an exhibition of five women photographers selected by Photofusion in collaboration with IRIS – International Centre for Women in Photography

Olympic Nut Push
In support of the London 2012 Olympic bid on Saturday June 26th I will attempt to push a monkey nut along the road with my nose for two miles

Cornford & Cross - Out of Conflict
ArtSway
8 May - 20 June

Elwes and Cornford & Cross use video and photography in a dialogue of issues of militarism and conflict


VIEW in Thames Ditton
Seeing red – the art of Martin Alton

From the 28th June
Behind the rich colours and lush textures rests a visual poetry, sometimes simple, sometimes disturbing but always thought-provoking.

Photography by Dzintris Liepa
The Waiting Rooms Gallery
May 30- June 27
The common theme is that of the uncomplicated, beautiful image.

SELECTED SCULPTURE
MW projects

10 June 2004 – 10 July 2004
The exhibition creates a space fordialogue between formal sculptural practices and works of a more conceptual nature.

London Biennale 2004
tablet gallery
June 4 - July 2
an anarchic freeform festival founded in 2000 by the peripatetic Filipino artist David Medalla.


JO BARRETT ‘Still Life’
Clapham Art Gallery
02/06/04 –03/07/04
Barrett is concerned with reworking traditional genres in a contemporary manner


Blind Date
temporarycontemporary
19th June - 4th July 2004
The temporarycontemporary studio artists will exhibit and each independently invite another artist to
participate. These guests then invite an artist of their choice resulting in a 9 person show.


PCP (Pasties Cider Presley)
MOT

28 May – 2 July
Floyd Varey provides the context for a small show of paintings and drawings by Becker, Jackson and McLaughlin.

the gallery @ oxo
'New Cut'

8th - 11th July
Showcasing recent jewellery design graduates from Middlesex University.

CAMPBELL WORKS
'The Good, The Bad, and The ...'
Thurs June 24th 7 - till 11th of July
a space set up to explore, challenge and encourage current artistic practice
in all media and art forms, 8 Artists attempt to answer the fundamental question
"What makes an Artwork Good or Bad?"

Trans Europe Express

Sarah Morris
WHITE CUBE

3 June – 10 July 2004
This body of work is based on Los Angeles and focuses on the city's unique and spectacular architecture, its sprawling, de-centred urban plan and, most importantly, its role as a centre for image production.

Exhibitions
Tablet Gallery
7 May - 2 July
The forthcoming two exhibitions at tablet gallery are part of the third
London Biennale, an anarchic freeform festival that has run every two years
since being founded in 2000 by the peripatetic Filipino artist David
Medalla

SCRATCH
The Muse 27 May – 31 June
The images created in this body of workby Anne Windsor reflect aspects of human existence and consciousness.


TWO EXCITING ART EXHIBITIONS AT SELBY TOWN HALL ARTS CENTRE
over the summer months

John Parkin: PAINT BOMB
John will transform the space; not only by hanging several large scale paintings, but also because new walls will be installed especially for the show!
Blue Wilson: ROUTES:Blue Wilson’s exhibition “Routes” will also transform spaces, not only the challenging space of the Town Hall Building, but also a surprising depth of space within her works.

If you Look Out To Sea Long Enough
1st – 30th Of June
This photographic showcase is host to a unique style of travel documentation and surreal photo artwork.

DAVID KORTY
Sadie Coles HQ
1 June-3 July 2004
In his paintings of the urban landscape David Korty initially focused on his native Los Angeles. His predilection in painting his home town was for soft colours and a heightened sensual atmosphere.

THE MICHAEL NAIMSKI GALLERY
Presents Emma Simcock
Exhibition continues until 29th May 2004
The Michael Naimski Gallery is to open a major exhibition of paintings by Emma Simcock.

Miguel Mullins
Artempresa
16-30 June 2004
PAINTINGS


The Hafler Trio
The Horse Hospital
the Nearness of Doings That be Things
21st - 27th June.
An extremely rare appearance from the legendary and extraordinary sound weavers in a week-long series of events including a series of three performances

Laurence Miller Gallery
20 West 57th Street New York CityDoDo Jin Ming
water fire earth air
May 20 – June 30, 2004
Reception for the artist,


Area10 Midsummer Show 2004
AREA 10
20 June- 27 June
protagonists of a new collaborative art practice are celebrating the completion of 2 years of collective creativity


The Good, The Bad, and The ...
Campbell Works
June 24-10 July
space set up to explore, challenge and encourage current artistic practice in all media and art forms,
8 Artists attempt to answer the fundamental question "What makes an Artwork Good or Bad?

The Solar Anus
Henry Peacock Gallery
28th May – 3rd July 2004
The Solar Anus is a show of twelve artists' work. All the works are wall based.


State of Independence
Vision in Art
2 July - 11 July 04
For this first Vision in Art themed show, 16 members whose work crosses all Media boundaries, attempt to tackle a Big Issue - Exactly what does it mean to be Independent

Sarah Doyle
Jerwood Space
19 May – 4 July

Broadbent Gallery Summer schedule
Slow Art
Broadbent
Gallery
June 15th – July 10th.
Group Show: Luke Elwes, Pierre Imhof, Ingrid Kerma, Gary Komarin, Alf Löhr, Kate Palmer, Andrew Vass.

The TEE festival
TRANS EUROPE EXPRESS 2004
The TEE party train returns to London at Cargo on May 21st & 22nd with DJ TLR, Xploding Plastix, S.U.M.O., Bangkok Impact, Church Of Carbon and more...

 

 

 

 

 

 


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