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GAGOSIAN GALLERY

6-24 Britannia St, WC1X 9JD
020 7841 9960

www.gagosian.com
london@gagosian.com

Tues-Sat 10-6

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STERLING RUBY : ACTS + TABLE
Oct 2 - Dec 14, 2019
I use many different media as a kind of schizophrenic labor strategy. It seems very easy now to say it, but it has taken me years to convey that this scattered routine belongs within a coherent trajectory ... There is a lineage that links everything that I do together.
—Sterling Ruby
 
The artist's first solo exhibition with the gallery in London. On view will be works from two series, ACTS (2008–18) and TABLES (2015–19).
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GAGOSIAN GALLERY

17-19 Davies St, W1K 3DE
020 7493 3020

www.gagosian.com
london@gagosian.com

Tue-Sat 10-6

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CY TWOMBLY SHOP
Sep 28 - Dec 21, 2019
A pop-up shop devoted to Cy Twombly at Gagosian, Davies Street, London, opening on the occasion of the exhibition 'Cy Twombly: Sculpture' at Gagosian, Grosvenor Hill, London.
 
The shop will celebrate the newly published Cy Twombly: Catalogue Raisonne of the Sculpture, vol. 2, 1998–2011, and Cy Twombly: Homes & Studios, both from Schirmer/Mosel, and will feature an extensive selection of historically important reference books on the artist. Rare ephemera from many of Twombly’s exhibitions in Italy from the 1960s will also be included, alongside vintage and contemporary posters and a selection of prints and photographs by the artist.

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GAGOSIAN GALLERY

20 Grosvenor Hill, W1K 3QD
020 7495 1500

www.gagosian.com
london@gagosian.com

Tue-Sat 10-6

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Click to enlargeCY TWOMBLY : SCULPTURE
Sep 30 - Dec 21, 2019
White paint is my marble.
—Cy Twombly
 
An exhibition of Cy Twombly’s sculptures, presented in association with the Cy Twombly Foundation. The exhibition marks the publication of the second volume of the catalogue raisonné of sculptures, edited by Nicola Del Roscio, President of the Cy Twombly Foundation, and published by Schirmer/Mosel.

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THE GALLERY OF EVERYTHING

4 Chiltern Street, W1
020 7486 8908

www.gallevery.com
ge@gallevery.com

Wed-Sat 11-6.30, Sun 2-6

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Click to enlargeTHE MEDIUM’S MEDIUM
Sep 29 - Nov 24, 2019
The advent of spiritualist art-making in the 19th and early 20th century is emerging as an important addition to the art historical canon. For many years, the strange scribblings, obscure symmetries, figurative imaginings and floral bouquets transmitted from so-called other worlds, were overlooked - even ignored - by the cultural mainstream. In recent years there has been a significant shift. Exhibitions of Hilma af Klint and Emma Kunz at the Serpentine Galleries, and Georgiana Houghton at the Courtauld Institute of Art, have revealed the impact of Spiritualism far beyond Kazimir Malevich and Piet Mondrian.
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CONTACT THE GALLERY FOR INFORMATION
Nov + Dec 2019

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GASWORKS

155 Vauxhall St, SE11 5RH
020 7582 5202

www.gasworks.org.uk
info@gasworks.org.uk

Wed-Sun 12-6

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Click to enlargeKUDZANAI-VIOLET HWAMI : (15,952KM) VIA TRANS-SAHARA HWY N1
Sep 19 - Dec 15, 2019
The first institutional solo exhibition by London-based artist Kudzanai-Violet Hwami. Born in Zimbabwe, Hwami left her homeland at the age of nine amidst political turmoil. Drawing on personal experiences of geographical dislocation and displacement, her intensely pigmented paintings combine visual fragments from a myriad of sources, including images found online and haunting family photographs, as a way to collapse past and present into bold afro-futuristic visions.
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EXHIBITION TOUR: DEBORAH JOYCE HOLM
Nov 28, 2019 7:00pm - 8:00pm talk/event
Artist, writer and curator Deborah Joyce Holman leads a tour of (15,952km) via Trans-Sahara Hwy N1 discussing online visual culture, the global circulation of identities and the digital layers behind Kudzanai-Violet Hwami’s paintings.
7pm, no booking required.
 
This event is free to attend, no booking required. Seats will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

WINTER OPEN STUDIOS
Dec 7, 2019 to 12:00am talk/event
Get to know our international artists in residence at this free event offering visitors a unique opportunity to see, hear about and discuss the research and work-in-progress that the artists' have been developing over the past three months.
 
Artists: Alana Iturralde (Puerto Rico), Deborah Joyce Holman (Switzerland), Christina Pataialii (New Zealand), and Haider Ali Naqvi (Pakistan).
Open studios 12-6pm / Artist talks 4pm.

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GAZELLI ART HOUSE

39 Dover St, W1S 4NN
020 7491 8816

www.gazelliarthouse.com
info@gazelliarthouse.com

Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-7

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Click to enlargeMULTIVERSE
Nov 15, 2019 - Jan 5, 2020
A group show featuring artists Christopher Battye, Francesca Blomfield and Dustin Pevey.

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GERALD MOORE GALLERY

Mottingham Lane, SE9 4RW
020 8857 0448

www.geraldmooregallery.org
info@geraldmooregallery.org

Tue 4-8 & Sat 10-4

Mottingham Station Grove Park Station



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Click to enlargeTOLERANCE : A SOLO EXHIBITION BY PATRICK ALTES
Nov 19, 2019 - Jan 25, 2020
Private view Mon Nov 18 4pm - 8pm
Patrick Altes: Tolerance, Migration and Our Sense of Collective Identity
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GOLDSMITHS CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART

St James’, New Cross, SE14 6AD
020 8228 5969

www.goldsmithscca.art
goldsmithscca@gold.ac.uk

Wed 11-6, Thur 11-9, Fri-Sun 11-6

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Click to enlargeTONY COKES : IF UR READING THIS IT’S 2 LATE: VOL I
Sep 28, 2019 - Jan 19, 2020
The exhibition provides an opportunity to see a broad range of powerful artworks made by Cokes since the 1980s, alongside two newly commissioned films. Cokes’ video works are eviscerating critiques and affective art works, bringing together colour theory, sound, music, and texts quoting a polyphony of voices such as Louis Althusser, Malcolm X, David Bowie, Public Enemy and Donald Trump. Meeting political and social commentary with cultural theory and a critique of capitalism, Cokes’ films viscerally confront the social condition, as well as the specific prejudices and threats suffered by black subjects. Recent works range across minimal techno, the Bush administration’s use of colour to engender a perpetual culture of fear, and music used to torture detainees during the so-called ‘war on terror’.

ROLAND CARLINE WITH COLLABORATORS : 4 LIVE WORKS
Nov 16, 2019 - Jan 12, 2020
Roland Carline has been working in social work and applied arts in community settings since 1998. His commission with Goldsmiths CCA is the result of a long-term engagement, and sees Carline present four live works that manifest across the span of the exhibition, and feature his signature props, costumes and ‘loose parts’. The work moves through the register of humour and absurdity, celebrates collusion, and forges an embodied mode of spectatorship that sits with ambiguity and discomfort. For Carline the performers are at the heart of the process, so that the work itself can fall apart and reconstitute in new and unforeseen ways. Carline’s approach is to retreat into the work, allowing collaborators to take the lead – disrupting prevailing ideas of hierarchy within the artists’ practice.
 
Collaborators include Francis Majekodunmi, Ambient Jam Collective, Meet Me at the Albany, The Rachel Macmillan Nursery, and Deptford Freestylers.
 
This project is in partnership with Entelechy Arts and Deptford X.

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GREY GALLERY AT ELEVEN SPITALFIELDS

11 Princelet Street, E1 6QH
07910359087

www.thegreygallery.com
shoneyman@talk21.com

Thur-Sun 11-6 & by appt

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Click to enlargeGREY GALLERY AT ELEVEN SPITALFIELDS
Nov 15 - Dec 8, 2019
Private view Thu Nov 14 6pm - 8.30pm
7 artists working directly or indirectly with photography: Peter Abrahams, Greta K. Andresen, Miranda Argyle, Marc Atkins, Jock McFadyen, Liz Rideal and Covadonga Valdes.
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HALES GALLERY

The Tea Building, 7 Bethnal Green Rd, E1 6LA
020 7033 1938

www.halesgallery.com
info@halesgallery.com

Wed-Sat 11-6

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Click to enlargeHEW LOCKE : WHERE LIES THE LAND?
Sep 26 - Dec 7, 2019
An exhibition of new works by Hew Locke (b. 1959, Edinburgh, UK). In his fifth solo show with the gallery, the artist delves deeper into his motifs, addressing the symbolism of statuary, monarchy and ships. Throughout an extensive and complex practice, Locke remains dedicated to illuminating histories and geographies – highlighting the relevance of the past within the context of contemporary culture and politics.
 
Where Lies the Land? is a timely exploration of authoritarian power, migration and globalisation in a climate of increasing political uncertainty and heightened anxiety. For over thirty years Locke has been engaged with unpacking visual codes – using everyday materials to create conflations of history and modernity. Locke’s critique of existing power structures is subtle and open-ended, encouraging the viewer to look more closely.

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HAMILTONS GALLERY

13 Carlos Place, W1K 2EU
020 7499 9494

www.hamiltonsgallery.com
art@hamiltonsgallery.com

Tue-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-4

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RICHARD AVEDON : PORTFOLIOS
Sep 9 - Nov 13, 2019 FINAL WEEK
Exhibition marking Hamiltons Gallery being appointed an official representative of The Richard Avedon Foundation in the UK. Throughout his 60-year career, the photographer Richard Avedon created only a handful of portfolios which he presented as complete bodies of work meant to be displayed as one group of photographs. Hamiltons exhibits two of these rare portfolios, La Passante du Siècle and Made in France, marking the first time either portfolio has been exhibited in its entirety.

Click to enlargeMARIO TESTINO : EAST
Nov 19, 2019 - Jan 18, 2020
Hamiltons presents Mario Testino: East, an exhibition of new photography by the renowned fashion and portrait photographer Mario Testino. Featuring 18 prints, the collection comprises two subject matters; Japanese flowers on lustrous golden screens and vividly tattooed men, intricately entwined. Through the distinctive lens of Testino, these dazzling images capture two Japanese traditions at their most vibrant.

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HANDEL STREET PROJECTS

14 Florence Street, N1 2DX
020 7226 2119 / 07815 754 634

www.handelstreetprojects.com
info@handelstreetprojects.com

Wed-Fri 12-6, Sat 10-1 & by appt

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Click to enlargeOLGA JEVRIC : SPATIAL COMPOSITIONS
Jun 28 - Dec 13, 2019
By appointment only.
 
Olga Jevrić’s work has a special place in the pantheon of post-war European sculpture. Born in Belgrade in 1922 Jevrić developed her unique visual language at a time when, amidst the ideological constraints of Socialist Realism, there was little space for personal expression. Yugoslavia’s 1948 schism with the Soviet Union marked the start of a new era for the country.

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HAUSER & WIRTH

23 Savile Row, W1S 2ET
020 7287 2300

www.hauserwirth.com
london@hauserwirth.com

Tue-Sat 10-6

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Click to enlargeMARK BRADFORD : CERBERUS
Oct 2 - Dec 21, 2019
‘Cerberus’ is Mark Bradford’s first exhibition at Hauser & Wirth in London and extends across the entirety of the gallery’s spaces. The exhibition of new work sees Bradford return to ancient mythology, a consistent source of inspiration for the artist. Specifically, he now engages the many headed dog guarding the entryway to Hades, Cerberus. It is a particularly resonant metaphor for Bradford, who has always been fascinated by interstitial spaces and figures. In fact, of the relationship between his art and his community engagement, Bradford has often declared his imperative to have one foot firmly planted in each. ‘Cerberus’ is an exhibition dedicated to places difficult and in-between, where conflicts arise, but also where the hope of resolution is to be found.
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HAYWARD GALLERY

Belvedere Rd, SE1 8XX
020 3879 9555

www.southbankcentre.co.uk
customer@southbankcentre.co.uk

Daily 11-7 (except closed Tue). Late night opening on Thurs to 9pm

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Click to enlargeBRIDGET 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.

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HERALD ST / HERALD ST | MUSEUM ST

2 Herald St, E2 6JT, 43 Museum St, WC1A 1LY
02071682566

www.heraldst.com
mail@heraldst.com

Wed-Fri 11-6, Sat-Sun 12-6 or by appt; Museum St: Tues-Sat 11-6

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Click to enlargeTRIX & ROBERT HAUSSMANN
Sep 29 - Dec 1, 2019
Herald St | 2 Herald St, E2 6JT

JESSI REAVES : GOING OUT IN STYLE
Nov 14, 2019 - Jan 25, 2020
Private view Thu Nov 14 6pm - 8pm
Museum St | 43 Museum St, WC1A 1LY

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HOLLYBUSH GARDENS

1-2 Warner Yard, EC1R 5EY
020 7837 5991

www.hollybushgardens.co.uk
info@hollybushgardens.co.uk

Wed-Fri 11-6, Sat 12-5

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ANDREA BÜTTNER : THE HEART OF RELATIONS
Sep 25 - Dec 14, 2019
Andrea Büttner’s fourth solo exhibition with Hollybush Gardens, 'The Heart of Relations' presents a major new site-specific installation. Referencing Giotto’s star-filled blue fresco adorning the vault of the Scrovegni Chapel in Padua, Italy, Büttner’s installation transforms the gallery’s arched ceiling into a painted sky mural populated by life-size potatoes. The exhibition also presents a selection of new sculptures and works on paper.

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PIPPY HOULDSWORTH GALLERY

6 Heddon Street, W1B 4BT
020 7734 7760

www.houldsworth.co.uk
gallery@houldsworth.co.uk

Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-5

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DARK LAUGHTER : CURATED BY BARRY SCHWABSKY
Oct 25 - Nov 23, 2019
Pippy Houldsworth Gallery presents Dark Laughter, an exhibition curated by Barry Schwabsky comprising works by four New-York-based artists, Genesis Belanger, Ellen Berkenblit, Emily Mae Smith and June Leaf.

JACQUELINE DE JONG : RESILIENCE(S)
Nov 28, 2019 - Jan 18, 2020

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HUNDRED YEARS GALLERY

13 Pearson Street, E2 8JD
020 3602 7973

www.hundredyearsgallery.com
info@hundredyerasgallery.com

Wed 12-6, Thur 12-7, Fri 12-7, Sat 4-10, Sun 12-7

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ANA PALLARES : ETERNAL LIFE. THE THIN LINE BETWEEN LIFE & DEATH
Oct 31 - Nov 24, 2019
With an exceptional maturity for a twenty-five-year-old, Pallares openly expresses her conversations with ancient archetypal characters and her fearless honesty when confronting her anguishes hand in hand with a charming sense of humour.
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JULIE ANN STEWARD : TIME ART PLACE
Dec 5 - 15, 2019
Private view Thu Dec 5 6.30pm - 9.30pm
The exhibition emerged from a submission to the Hundred Years Gallery Open Call 2019 – Change: For better or worse. For richer or poorer.
 
That submission, Timespan St Pancras (from gasometer to champagne bar) 2014-2019, (charcoal on paper) is an effort to convey in a single work the sense of dramatic transformation that began over twenty years ago. Timespan Liverpool Street 2015-2019 (charcoal, pastel and collage on paper) is a similar piece. These and two other works are notional milestones marking the passage of time and the ephemeral figures that populate them are but eddies ‘in the stream of immemorial life’*. The viewpoint from which each of the works was made is from ground level looking up, along and around, which gives a feeling of being dwarfed, almost trodden on. It could be the view of a homeless person and the Spitalfields work is indeed the site of a Don McCullin photograph of the homeless in the 1970s.
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Click to enlargeJOHN GATHERCOLE : FIGURATIVELY FICTION
Dec 5 - 15, 2019
Private view Thu Dec 5 6.30pm - 9.30pm
John Gathercole has been working professionally for many years, selling and showing internationally, including both Tate Modern and Britain. Painting is his first love but initially found success as the founder of the Kreative Union of Neo-aesthetic Terrorists, (the K.U.N.T ists, a play on the German word for art). An anti aesthetic anti art punk collective that lampooned the art world.

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INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS

The Mall, SW1Y 5AH
020 7930 3647

www.ica.art

Tue-Sun 12-9pm

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RIRKRIT TIRAVANIJA
Jun 6, 2019 - Jun 6, 2020
The ICA unveils a newly commissioned permanently sited work by Rirkrit Tiravanija. The work will occupy the alcove in the common area of the ICA, between the Lower Gallery and the Theatre, transforming it into a new social space comprising a sake bar, seating and tables crafted in Tiravanija’s studio in Chiang Mai, set within a painted sunrise and sunset. This new work marks Tiravanija’s return to the ICA, following his participation in the landmark exhibition Real Time in 1993.
 
untitled 2019 (the form of the flower is unknown to the seed) (2019) will be the first permanently sited work by Tiravanija in London. It will be available to visit on an ongoing basis from 7 June.
 
A special programme celebrating the opening of untitled 2019 (the form of the flower is unknown to the seed) will take place on 6 June, open to ICA Friends and Red Members.

HONEY-SUCKLE COMPANY : OMNIBUS
Oct 2, 2019 - Jan 12, 2020
The Institute of Contemporary Arts presents the first ever survey of the work of Berlin art collective Honey-Suckle Company.
 
Founded in 1994, Honey-Suckle Company emerged from the post-reunification, pre-Internet fashion, music, art and squatting scenes of Berlin. The collective’s work occupies a unique intersection of differing philosophies and artistic practices, encompassing clothing, performances, happenings, installations, music, films and publications.
 
Honey-Suckle Company: Omnibus brings together key moments of the group’s twenty-five-year history for the first time, presenting its work as a point of access through which to read the cultural matrix of contemporary Berlin, reasserting the collective spirit and promise on which Honey-Suckle Company was founded.

IMAGE BEHAVIOUR 2019 MOVING IMAGE CONVENING
Nov 13 - 17, 2019 FINAL WEEK
Image Behaviour 2019 : an annual artists’ moving image convening 13-17/11

IMAGE BEHAVIOUR: HANNAH QUINLAN + ROSIE HASTINGS
Nov 14, 2019 7:00pm - 12:00am talk/event
Interrogating the iconography of queer culture, collaborators Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings draw upon sound, moving image and the live event in this immersive performance. Continuing their ongoing collaboration with singer-songwriter Jesse Hultberg and musicians Owen Pratt and Milo McKinnon, Quinlan and Hastings transform the ICA Theatre into a live environment that riffs on the tensions between queer subcultures and the commercialisation of the gay mainstream.
 
This event is programmed as part of Image Behaviour, the ICA’s annual convening dedicated to experiments in artists’ moving image, considering the intersectional, cross-disciplinary possibilities of the medium.
 
Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings (both born 1991 Newcastle, London) live and work in London. They have participated in group shows including the recent Cruising Pavilion: Architecture, Gay Sex and Cruising Culture, ArkDes, Stockholm; Kiss My Genders, Hayward Gallery, London; and Queer Spaces: London, 1980s – Today, Whitechapel Gallery, London (all 2019). Solo presentations include Something for The Boys, Two Queens, Leicester (2018) and Gaby, Queer Thoughts, NYC (2018). An exhibition at Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea is forthcoming in 2020. Recent performances took place for Art Night (2019), Move Festival, Pompidou Centre (2019), and Kiss My Gender Live, Southbank Centre (2019).
£10 Full, £8 Concs/Green, £6 Blue Members. Free for Red Members.

Click to enlargeIMAGE BEHAVIOUR: ANDROS ZINS-BROWNE
Nov 16, 2019 to 12:00am talk/event
Dancer and choreographer Andros Zins-Browne performs Already Unmade (2016–ongoing) across the ICA’s public spaces.
 
The work is conceived as a ‘rehearsal’, with Zins-Browne remixing, overlapping, extending and warping his repertoire in an attempt to ‘unmake’ a personal history of choreography. Taking his existing works as ‘choreographic objects’, he unravels them in movement and fragmented dialogue with the public.
 
This event is programmed as part of Image Behaviour, the ICA’s annual convening dedicated to experiments in artists’ moving image, considering the intersectional, cross-disciplinary possibilities of the medium.
 
Andros Zins-Browne (b. 1981, New York) lives and works in New York and Brussels. Zins-Browne’s performances have been presented at Centre Pompidou, Paris; DeSingel, Antwerp; EMPAC Troy, HAU, Berlin; ICA, London; Kaaitheater, Brussels; MDT, Stockholm; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and the Impulse Festival, where he received a Goethe Institute Award for The Host. His solo project Already Unmade was commissioned by the Boghossian Foundation, and has recently been performed at BOZAR Museum, Brussels; The Whitney Museum, New York City; the Rockbund Museum, Shanghai; and Fondation Galeries Lafayette, Paris. He recently completed two collaborative performances with Will Rawls, The Tony Cokes Remixes for the 10th Berlin Biennial, and See-Saw an original reinterpretation of Simone Forti’s piece in the Judson Dance exhibition at MoMA, New York. Atlas Unlimited, his collaboration with visual artist Karthik Pandian has been presented in Belgium and Chicago and recently opened at 80WSE gallery in New York City.
Intermittent performances throughout the day.
 
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BERNARD JACOBSON GALLERY

28 Duke Street, St. James's, SW1Y 6AG
020 7734 3431

www.jacobsongallery.com
mail@jacobsongallery.com

Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-2

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Click to enlargeROBYN DENNY : WORKS ON PAPER
Oct 11 - Nov 16, 2019 FINAL WEEK
An exhibition of works on paper by the celebrated British artist Robyn Denny, one of the most original and significant painters of the post-war era and the youngest ever to be given a retrospective at the Tate (1973). This exhibition is an opportunity to discover this rarely-seen aspect of Denny’s practice, spanning his entire working career and featuring more than 30 works on paper, including many exhibited for the first time.

MARC VAUX : NEW PAINTINGS
Nov 22, 2019 - Jan 4, 2020
Private view Thu Nov 21 6pm - 8pm

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JD MALAT GALLERY

30 Davies St, W1K 4NB
020 3746 6830

www.jdmalat.com
info@jdmalat.com

Mon-Sat 10-6

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NINA PANDOLFO : GRATITUDE
Nov 8 - Dec 7, 2019
JD Malat Gallery is proud to present their first solo exhibition by internationally recognised artist Nina Pandolfo, best known for the wide-eyed characters who inhabit her fantastical canvasses and
graffitied murals worldwide.
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JERWOOD ARTS

171 Union St, SE1 0LN
020 7654 0171

www.jerwoodarts.org/exhibitionsandevents
gallery@jerwoodarts.org

Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-5 (& until 8pm on the last Friday of every month)

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JERWOOD COLLABORATE!
Oct 2 - Dec 15, 2019
A major new group exhibition presenting commissions by early-career artists working in collaborative and collective practices based across the UK.
 
jerwoodarts.org/exhibitionsandevents/exhibitions/jerwood-collaborate
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JERWOOD LATES: TOWARDS A BLACK TESTIMONY WITH LANGUID HANDS
Nov 29, 2019 5:00pm - 8:00pm talk/event
Jerwood Lates: Towards a Black Testimony with Languid Hands
 
Languid Hands present an intimate, drop-in programme of performance, discussion, listening and reading responding to their work Towards a Black Testimony: Prayer, Protest, Peace commissioned for Jerwood Collaborate!.
This event is free and drop in, register your interest in attending by visiting our website: jerwoodarts.org/exhibitionsandevents/events/jerwood-lates-towards-a-black-testimony-with-languid-hands/

SYMPOSIUM:IF YOU DON’T PLAY THE GAME, DON’T MAKE THE RULES
Dec 9, 2019 6:30pm - 8:30pm talk/event
This symposium expands on Array’s commission As Others See Us in Jerwood Collaborate! and their collective research into current activism in Northern Ireland around LGBTQ+ rights, feminism and anticolonialism.
 
They invite artists and activists from different generations to directly address current and future issues within Northern Ireland, platforming voices that fall outside current sectarian narratives.
 
This symposium will also be broadcast live and documented for posterity on thisistomorrow.info.
This symposium is free to attend but capacity is limited, book your tickets on our website:
jerwoodarts.org/exhibitionsandevents/events/symposium-array-presents-if-you-dont-play-the-game-dont-make-the-rules/

Click to enlargeJERWOOD COLLABORATE! CLOSING EVENT: CURATOR TOUR
Dec 15, 2019 3:00pm - 4:30pm talk/event
For the final day of Jerwood Collaborate! join curator and Head of Visual Arts, Harriet Cooper for a curator tour and festive drink to gain insight into the works, processes and curatorial decisions behind the exhibition.
 
About Jerwood Collaborate!
 
A major group exhibition presenting four new commissions by early-career artists working in collaborative and collective practices across the UK; Array, Keiken + George Jasper Stone, Languid Hands and Shy Bairns. Using moving image, activism, installation and publishing, the exhibiting artists interrogate essential subjects that affect us as a society today and in the future. It includes considerations of the im/possibility of Black Testimony, socio-political issues in Northern Ireland, fictional futures in the context of inequality and climate change, and demystifying creativity and the role of the artist today.
This tour is free to attend but capacity is limited, book you tickets on our website:
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JILL GEORGE GALLERY

At 30 Tottenham Street, Off Charlotte Street, W1T 4RJ
020 7439 7319

www.jillgeorgegallery.co.uk
info@jillgeorgegallery.co.uk

Mon-Sat 10.00 - 7.00 Sun 11.00 - 6.00

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Click to enlargeWINTER DELIGHTS
Nov 24 - Dec 6, 2019
Group Show: Paintings, drawings and prints by Gallery Artists.
With Gareth Edwards, David Mach RA, Mark Firth, Alison Orchard, Mary Grant, Chris Orr RA, Alessandro Gallo, Kelly Ratchford, John Hainsworth, Gro Thorsen, Alison Lambert, Tomas Watson.

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JOSH LILLEY GALLERY

44-46 Riding House Street, W1W 7EX
020 7580 5677

www.joshlilleygallery.com
info@joshlilleygallery.com

Tue-Sat 11-6 & by appt

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DEREK FORDJOUR : THE HOUSE ALWAYS WINS
Oct 4 - Nov 16, 2019 FINAL WEEK
Derek Fordjour’s first full solo exhibition in the UK. The exhibition comprises a new series of paintings across the two floors of the 44-46 Riding House Street galleries, an immersive installation entitled 'In Memoriam' inaugurating our new 40-42 Riding House Street space, and Storefront, a street-facing sculpture spanning the gallery’s extended picture windows, transforming the neighborhood.

PETER LINDE BUSK
Nov 28, 2019 - Jan 8, 2020
Private view Wed Nov 27 6pm - 8pm

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