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BRIDGET RILEY
Oct 23, 2019 - Jan 26, 2020
Spanning 70 years of Bridget’s career, the exhibition includes rarely seen cartoons and sketches from her early days as an art student right up to site-specific wall paintings for the Hayward Gallery. This will be the third time Riley has exhibited her work in a solo show at Hayward Gallery, marking her longstanding relationship with the space. The exhibition will also show Riley’s only 3-D work, Continuum, and a rarely seen ‘70s work, Flag.

Click to enlargeJOO YEON PARK : LIBRARY OF THE UNWORD
Dec 5, 2019 - Mar 29, 2020
Joo Yeon Park’s 'Library of the Unword' commemorates the 30th anniversary of Samuel Beckett’s death. The exhibition includes an installation O (22800) in response to Beckett’s 1935 collection of poems Echo's Bones and Other Precipitates (1935). The work comprises 126 framed mirrors and writings/drawings that consist of circles on Korean manuscript paper. The exhibition also features archival items on Beckett from the National Poetry Library collection, including audio, images, press cuttings and a rare copy of his poetry collection.

NEVIN ALADAğ : FANFARE
Feb 12 - Apr 13, 2020
HENI Project Space presents a free exhibition of playful, musical works by Nevin Aladağ.
 
The exhibition – Aladağ’s first solo show in the UK – brings together a group of recent artworks that explore sound, rhythm and music.

AMONG THE TREES
Mar 4 - May 17, 2020
Beginning with pioneering works from the late 1960s – a decade that saw the emergence of the modern environmental movement – 'Among the Trees' surveys a remarkably expansive artistic terrain, including sculpture, painting, installation, video and photography.
 
Drawing on the beauty and visually arresting character of trees – including their complex spatial and architectural forms – the works in this exhibition invites us to consider trees as symbols and living organisms that have helped to shape human civilisation.
 
By turns poetic, adventurous and thought-provoking, Among the Trees celebrates the tree’s enduring resonance as a source of inspiration for some of the most compelling contemporary artists of our time, among them Robert Adams, Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Tacita Dean, Peter Doig, Anya Gallaccio, Giuseppe Penone, Robert Smithson and Pascale Marthine Tayou.

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