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asim Magdy, Cecilia Brunson Projects Basim Magdy: The Many Colours of the Sky Radiate Forgetfulness
Gowri Balasegaram |

    Diogenes of Sinope, the Greek philosopher, was one of the founders of the Cynic philosophy. An irascible yet formidable character, Diogenes displayed his disdain of Athenian convention by living a spartan lifestyle and …

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Ryan Trecartin, Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin, Priority Innfield, 2013. Installation view Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2014.  Photo: Stuart Whipps. Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin at Zabludowicz Collection London
Manu Buttiglione |

Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin transform the space of the Zabludowicz Collection in an open air suburban cinema with ‘Priority Innfield’, their first exhibition in the UK, reconfiguring their untitled work first commissioned for the …

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After the Flash. Photography from the Atomic Archive at WORK, London Photography from the Atomic Archive at WORK, London
Droste Effect |

After The Flash: Photography from the Atomic Archive at WORK, London, showcases photo documents from the age of The Bomb. All photographs are taken from the wide archive of art historian and curator John O’Brian. …

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Frieze London 2014 A Walk Through The Art. Frieze London 2014
Droste Effect |

Frieze London 2014 was held on October 14-17, 2014. Below you can find a photographic walk-through of the Frieze contemporary art fair, with exhibition views of a selection of the most interesting artwork and galleries …

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Amy Gadney, Painting Palettes (1-12), 2014, courtesy of Cecilia Brunson Projects Amy Gadney, Ghost Load at Cecilia Brunson Projects, London
Gowri Balasegaram |

A light box with an almost silent motor creates a movement reminiscent of sunlight dappling through a tree; a door recreated with frosted acrylic, a black ring where the handle used to be, is both …

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Adriano Costa, Sam Falls, Samara Scott, Micheal E. Smith. Zabludowicz Collection London Four oustanding solo shows at Zabludowicz Collection London
Droste Effect |

The Zabludowicz Collection’s London project space is a very unique location – a former Methodist chapel from 1870. This time the Collection has decided to present the work of 4 contemporary artists. The exhibition space is big …

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The Human Factor at Hayward Gallery London About Life, Death… and other stories. The Human Factor at Hayward Gallery
Manu Buttiglione |

The Hayward Gallery dedicates its Summer exhibition to the art of sculpture with “The Human Factor,” a show exploring new ways of using the figure in contemporary art, until 7th September at Southbank Centre, London. …

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Nina Katchadourian, Cecilia Brunson Projects, London Nina Katchadourian at Cecilia Brunson Projects, London
Gowri Balasegaram |

Flying elicits a smorgasbord of responses. Most people’s reactions tend to languish somewhere between fear and boredom; for some travellers, being buoyed thousands of feet in the air free from the constraints of place and …

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The Kills. Great Double Acts, Tate Films New Tate film series 6. Unlock Art: Great Double Acts
Gowri Balasegaram |

      I have to admit, when I heard that the mighty Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince of the Kills were presenting Tate’s latest film series on art, I thought they would be tackling …

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Jealous Prize Artists London J.P.A. – Jealous Prize Artists
Caterina Berardi |

Sometimes I wonder if nowadays art should be called contemporary. Sure, will argue the most, because we are living through it. Not so sure, I would say. How comes the YBAs are ‘young’ British artists, …

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Luna Montenegro and Adrian Fisher at Cecilia Brunson Projects Rites for Gods and Dogs by Luna Montenegro & Adrian Fisher at Cecilia Brunson Projects
Gowri Balasegaram |

The opening performance by Luna Montenegro and Adrian Fisher, Rites for Gods and Dogs, Cecilia Brunson Projects, photo by Patrick Dodds     In 1471, after obtaining leave from the Pope to live in solitude …

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Martin Creed, Hayward Gallery Having a laugh with Martin Creed
Caterina Berardi |

It catches the attention even before entering the door. Like a child, I found myself peeping in to get a glimpse of what I would have anyway seen in a few minutes. As I got …

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