Aspan Gallery, Kazakhstan, presents its first UK exhibition at Cromwell Place with Almagul Menlibayeva and Yerbossyn Meldibekov

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Aspan Gallery, Almaty, Kazakhstan, presents its first UK exhibition at Cromwell Place: Almagul Menlibayeva: It’s Easy to Be a Line / Yerbossyn Meldibekov: It’s Difficult to Be a Point 5 October – 18 October 2020 Aspan Gallery, Almaty, Kazakhstan, is pleased to present its first project in the UK – a duo exhibition by two of Central Asia’s most … Read more

John Gerrard: ‘Mirror Pavilion’, Galway International Arts Festival and Galway 2020

John Gerrard, Mirror Pavilion: Corn Work, (2020), Claddagh Quay, Galway. © John Gerrard.

John Gerrard. Mirror Pavilion: Leaf Work and Mirror Pavilion: Corn Work 3 September – 31 October 2020 Galway International Arts Festival and Galway 2020 Galway International Arts Festival and Galway 2020, European Capital of Culture, present a major new site-specific commission by John Gerrard. Gerrard’s Mirror Pavilion, composed of a highly reflective mirrored cube with … Read more

David Zwirner London. Portia Zvavahera: Ndakavata pasi ndikamutswa nekuti anonditsigira

David Zwirner is pleased to present N dakavata pasi ndikamutswa nekuti anonditsigira , an exhibition of new paintings by the Zimbabwean artist Portia Zvavahera. The title translates from Shona to English as ‘I took my rest in sleep and then I awoke for He sustained me.’ On view in The Upper Room at the gallery’s … Read more

Pace Gallery. Opening Soon: Trevor Paglen in London

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Trevor Paglen: Bloom. Sep 10 – Nov 10, 2020. Opening: Thursday, Sep 10. 11 AM – 6 PM We are pleased to announce an exhibition of new works by American artist Trevor Paglen. Held both at 6 Burlington Gardens and online at pacegallery.com, Bloom explores Paglen’s central themes of artificial intelligence, the politics of images, facial recognition technologies, and alternative futures. Bloom coincides … Read more

Dovecot Studios to Create Major Leon Kossoff Tapestry

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Dovecot Studios, the internationally renowned art studio in Edinburgh, will create a new tapestry inspired by Leon Kossoff’s painting Study from Minerva Protects Pax from Mars by Rubens (1981). This unique tapestry has only recently started on the loom and is being woven in Dovecot’s tapestry studio, which can be viewed by the public via … Read more

Maggi Hambling: 2020. Marlborough, London

From 15th October, Marlborough Gallery presents Maggi Hambling: 2020. This exhibition of recent paintings coincides with Hambling’s 75th Birthday, marking both a moment of looking in – a self-reckoning – as much as a commentary on the world, responding to the seismic events of the present. Hambling’s ‘twenty twenty’ clarity of vision, her search for the … Read more

Old Royal Naval College uncovers the history of Black British mariners this October

This October the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, is delving into its rich and complex past, shining a light on the Black mariners that played a crucial role in its history. Their new ex h ibition Black Greenwich Pensioners explores the hidden histories of the Black Royal Navy personnel who formed one of Britain’s earliest … Read more

Welsh Poet’S Letters On The Struggles Of Life And Love At Bonhams Book Sale

The Welsh painter and poet David Jones rarely found life easy. As he wrote to his great friend Valerie Wynne-Williams, ‘When people say they paint for ‘pleasure’ I am dumbfounded. It’s always a vast struggle for me. Perhaps I’m awfully bad at it really – but there’s nothing else I can do at all, nothing…” The extract is taken from an … Read more

Michael Werner Gallery. Georg Baselitz – I Was Born into a Destroyed Order

Michael Werner Gallery, London is pleased to present an exhibition of major works by German painter Georg Baselitz, one of the most important painters of the second half of the twentieth century. I Was Born into a Destroyed Order begins in the 1960s and surveys the first three decades of the artist’s career. A selection of seminal … Read more

Totally Thames 2020 celebrates river art and creativity around the world

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Totally Thames 2020 is back for an uplifting festival celebrating the river at the heart of the city, which connects us to places far and wide. Now in its 24th year, Totally Thames is one of the world’s most important river festivals. As part of this year’s reimagined festival, there will be an exciting new … Read more