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RIVANE NEUENSCHWANDER : THE EGG, THE SERPENT AND THE RED
Oct 3 - Nov 11, 2017
‘The Egg, The Serpent and The Red’ will be Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander’s
fifth exhibition at Stephen Friedman Gallery. The exhibition will include new sitespecific
installations, projections and paintings. Neuenschwander’s unique practice
draws on the history of Latin American conceptualism, using chance and collaboration
to investigate phenomena that lie just outside our collective field of vision.

MULTIPLE
Sep 7, 2018 - Sep 22, 2028
An exhibition of prints and editions by artists including Mamma Andersson, Claire Barclay, Andreas Eriksson, Paul McDevitt, Ged Quinn and Yinka Shonibare MBE, amongst others.
We are delighted to announce that the exhibition will launch the latest print by David Shrigley. Please view gallery for a selection of works that will be on display.

TOM FRIEDMAN : ALWAYS THE BEGINNING
Oct 2 - Nov 3, 2018

Click to enlargeCHANNING HANSEN : MORPHOGENESIS
Nov 16 - Dec 21, 2018
Private view Thu Nov 15 6pm - 8pm
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new, large-scale works by American artist Channing Hansen. Hansen's paintings comprise abstract, hand-knitted constructions stretched over wooden frames. Developing his longstanding interest in the crossover between craft, science and technology, this new body of textiles is the most technically complex the artist has made to date. The exhibition takes the late work of Alan Turing, WWII code breaker, and father of computer science, as its inspiration. Turing's theory of ‘morphogenesis' hypothesised how patterns and structures such as stripes, spots, and spirals can form spontaneously in nature through genetic abnormalities. Inspired by Turing's biological principle, the design of Hansen's paintings in the exhibition are produced by a unique computer algorithm that is able to generate potentially infinite combinations of colour, fibre, and knit.

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