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Exhibitions

Douglas Gordon – All I need is a little bit of everything

Gagosian is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Douglas Gordon at the gallery’s Grosvenor Hill location. All I need is a little bit…

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I will go away into the wild wood, and never come home again

Expanding from the highly detailed monochrome paintings and drawings that the artist is best known for, the exhibition will also include new sculptures and text-based…

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Tre Linee con Arabesco

MASSIMODECARLO is pleased to present ‘Tre Linee con Arabesco’, a solo exhibition featuring the Italian maestro of abstraction, Giorgio Griffa. Following his successful solo exhibition…

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Gowns

The Smallest Gallery in Soho is delighted to present a new installation by London-based artist Lise Bouissière. A transformable sculpture made of salvaged branches that…

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Marguerite Humeau – meys

Marguerite Humeau’s exhibition at White Cube Bermondsey is structured as a journey, incorporating sound, moving image and sculpture and enlisting the collaboration of artificial intelligence…

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Lawrence Abu Hamdan

Lawrence Abu Hamdan is an artist and “private ear” whose projects have taken the form of audiovisual installations, videos, performances, photography, essays, and lectures.

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Rana Begum – Dappled Light

Pitzhanger presents a solo exhibition of work by artist Rana Begum RA, with striking works which explore the perception of light, colour and form and…

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Ugo Rondinone – Burn Shine Fly

On the occasion of the 59th La Biennale di Venezia,
the Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista presents a major solo exhibition of work by…

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Simeon Barclay – England’s Lost Camelot

Workplace is pleased to present England’s Lost Camelot, an exhibition of new multi-media and installation works by British artist Simeon Barclay. The exhibition takes as…

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Claudio Parmiggiani

For the past 40 years, Parmiggiani has concentrated his practice on themes of memory, absence and silence, in his search for an image, object or…

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Erwin Wurm

Over the course of his career, Erwin Wurm has radically expanded conceptions of sculpture, space and the human form.

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Simeon Barclay

Simeon Barclay draws upon a rich vein of pop cultural sources, producing works that activate complex cultural histories, whilst exploring the ways in which we…