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Ryoji Ikeda Exhibition

Exhibition: Ryoji Ikeda Location: 180 The Strand Dates: Until 18 September 2021 In his largest show in Europe to date, Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda has staged a sensory assault course. Presented by The Vinyl Factory and Fact magazine in collaboration with Audemars Piguet Contemporary, these all-consuming, subterranean light and sonic installations explore the data that surrounds, informs and shapes our existence. Emerging from the industrial labyrinth that is 180 The Strand, it’s […]

todayAugust 25, 2021 48 14 2

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Claudia Andujar, ‘The Yanomami Struggle’ Exhibition

Exhibition: Claudia Andujar, ‘The Yanomami Struggle’ Location: Barbican Dates: Until 29 Aug 2021 'This small world in the immensity of the Amazon forest was my place and always will be. I am linked to the Indians, to the land, to the fundamental struggle.’ These are the words of Brazilian photographer Claudia Andujar, whose new exhibition at the Barbican is devoted to her life, work and collaboration with the Yanomami, one […]

todayAugust 25, 2021 160 13

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Yayoi Kusama: ‘Infinity Mirror Rooms’ Exihbition

Exhibition: Yayoi Kusama: ‘Infinity Mirror Rooms’ Location: Tate Modern Dates: Until 12 June 2022  On the post-lockdown London art scene, there seems to be a recurring theme: immersion. These include Ryoji Ikeda’s sensory ambush at 180 The Strand, and Es Devlin’s recent Forest for Change at Somerset House for London Design Biennale. But Tate Modern is hosting the piece of work that arguably redefined the role of immersion in contemporary art: Yayoi Kusama’s ‘Infinity Mirror Rooms’. The year-long show […]

todayAugust 25, 2021 66 11

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Unit London

Above all, Oh de Laval is interested in human behaviour; the decisions we make, why we make them and how we feel as a result. These decisions are windows into our very personalities. Laval's debut solo exhibition, Wild Things Happen in Stillness, acts as a window into her character, her pleasures and her imaginings. Unit London Website >

todayApril 6, 2021 42 22

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Althea McNish

Althea McNish FCSD is a British textile designer of Trinidadian origin who has been called the first British designer of African descent to earn an international reputation. Born in Trinidad, McNish moved to Britain in the 1950s. She attended the London School of Printing and Graphic Arts, Central School of Arts & Crafts and the Royal College of Art. She was associated with the Caribbean Artists Movement (CAM) in the […]

todayApril 6, 2021 140 17

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Say My Name African Art Exhibition

African ArtSignature African Art presents Say My Name, two exhibitions of works curated by Khalil Akar and presented by acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay in London from 27 October 2020 and in Los Angeles in February 2021.Featuring portrait paintings and sculpture, Say My Name aims to connect African artists with the histories of the Diaspora in Europe and America. The exhibition in London features 13 African artists and honours the names […]

todayDecember 8, 2020 116 19 4

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Paul Nataraj

Paul Stanley Nataraj PhD Paul holds a practice led PhD in Sound Studies from the University of Sussex. The work, ‘You Sound Like a Broken Record’, was voted in the top ten experimental albums of the year by 'A Closer Listen' magazine 2018. His work explores musical materiality, memory, the personal stories attached to music, and how our relationship with listening and the listened to, changes over time. His work […]

todayDecember 8, 2020 107 13

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Keith K. Hopewell Exhibition

EXHIBITION - Keith K. Hopewell Remote-ism - An Introduction to Painting & Resistance 10 Dec 2020 – 20 Dec 2020 Hoxton Gallery, Shoreditch London England, United Kingdom Keith K. Hopewell is a multidisciplinary artist from England whose work challenges our approach to fine art mediums. The artist works in a variety of media including graffiti, sculpture, found objects, sound and film. His artworks are a very tactile experience as the artist uses gesture, […]

todayDecember 8, 2020 39 13

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Dub London: Bassline of a City Exhibition @ Museum of London

Exhibitions Dub London: Bassline of a City Museum of London 2 October 2020 – 31 January 2021 FREE, with timed entry ticket to the museum This exclusive free display will celebrate dub reggae music and culture in the capital, from its roots in Jamaican reggae to how it has shaped communities and culture over the last 50 years. Dub, a way of creating music by using the recording studio itself […]

todayDecember 8, 2020 319 14

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