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exhibition

28 Sep – 10 Dec 17

Zach Blas: Contra-Internet

Contra-Internet is the first institutional solo exhibition by London-based artist Zach Blas.    More

residency

3 Apr – 26 Jun 17

Claudia Pagès

Claudia Pagès works across spoken word/music performances, publications and objects ... More

residency

3 Apr – 26 Jun 17

Aleš Čermák

Aleš Čermák creates publications, exhibitions and performances that follow the ... More

event

23 Mar 17

Screening: Cinenova | Now Showing

As part of Cinenova’s Now Showing series, Jamie Crewe presents a moving image work from Cinenova’s collection alongside a work of their own. More

residency

9 Jan – 27 Mar 17

Cocoy Lumbao

Cocoy Lumbao works primarily with video to explore the medium’s ... More

residency

9 Jan – 27 Mar 17

Catarina de Oliveira

Catarina de Oliveira works with performance, video, and textiles. Her ... More

residency

9 Jan – 27 Mar 17

Adriana Minoliti

Adriana Minoliti creates pictorial work from a mix of geometry ... More

residency

9 Jan – 27 Mar 17

Ben Rosenthal

Working across performance, film, and sculpture, Ben Rosenthal’s practice seeks ... More

event

10 Dec 16

Winter Open Studios

Drop by and get to know the visiting artists at this free event offering London audiences a unique opportunity to see, hear about and discuss the research and work-in-progress that they have been developing over the past three months. More

event

12 Nov 16

Eating the Edifice

In this illustrated lecture/demonstration, food historian and artist Ivan Day outlines the evolution of edible table art from the early Renaissance to the 19th century. From gilded sugar coins distributed at 15th-century Italian wedding feasts to edible models of Victorian London omnibuses, edible table art has been of interest to people for hundreds of years. Day will introduce the materials, equipment, and moulds used by past masters of such edible ephemera.  More

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9 Nov 16

Ethics and Ethnicity in Latin American Contemporary Art

In this presentation, Guatemalan curator and political theorist Pablo José Ramírez will speak about Latin American artists operating in situations where enunciation is difficult or uncomfortable, or whose practices challenge dominant or official discourses that often sanitise forms of cultural production that don’t fit with a white mestizaje or neoliberal-multicultural worldview. More