‘In Abstraction’: Adam Pendleton. Pace Gallery Geneve

In Abstraction, Adam Pendleton’s first solo exhibition in Geneva, features eight new paintings and four new drawings that capture a microhistory of marks and impressions: drips, splatters, strokes, erasures, shapes, word fragments. These are the accumulated remnants left over from work undertaken in Pendleton’s painting studio, remnants that have been…

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Thirty-six Views of Lion Rock by Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze

Blue Lotus Gallery is pleased to share our new upcoming book launch and solo exhibition with Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze: ‘Thirty-six Views of Lion Rock’on 8th September 2022. This is the first photo-book published by Blue Lotus Editions, the newly established publication arm of Blue Lotus Gallery. The book will also be the first in a…

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‘Embrace’ Reina. JPS Gallery

JPS Gallery is pleased to present Embrace, a solo exhibition of Japanese artist Reina, on view at the gallery’s Hong Kong location. Following her previous exhibition Mythology at the gallery’s location in Tokyo earlier this year, Reina continues to explore the theme of mythologies and references a complex range of…

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‘Women of Paradise’ – Farwa Moledina. Ikon Gallery

Ikon shows a new work, Women of Paradise (2022) by Birmingham-based artist Farwa Moledina (9 September – 13 November 2022). It is a study of the four women promised paradise in Islamic tradition, including Maryam (a.s), mother of Isa (a.s), otherwise known as Mary, mother of Jesus. Farwa Moledina’s work is often a…

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‘Let me live’ – Mayunkiki Siknure. Ikon Gallery

Ikon presents Siknure – Let me live by Ainu artist and musician Mayunkiki (9 September – 13 November 2022). It is the first solo exhibition by an Ainu artist in the UK. Born in 1980 in Asahikawa, on the island of Hokkaid? in Japan, Mayunkiki’s artistic practice arises from her Indigenous identity.…

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‘Manhattan Universe’ – Keiichi Tanaami. Venus Over Manhattan

(New York, NY) – Venus Over Manhattan is pleased to announce its first exhibition with revered Tokyo-based artist Keiichi Tanaami (b. 1936). Breaking rank by bridging traditions of manga and ukiyo-e with Pop in the postwar period, Tanaami shocked the collective nervous system by incorporating Western contemporary cultural references drawn from animated cartoons and commercial…

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Play and Loop IV. Blindspot Gallery

SCENE 3: 16 – 27 August 2022Spotlight: Christian Jankowski and Wang Tuo Blindspot Gallery is pleased to present Scene 3 of Play and Loop IV, which spotlights the practices of Christian Jankowski and Wang Tuo. On one side, we will feature a selection of video works from Christian Jankowski’s expansive…

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Hayward Gallery’s New Outdoor sculpture by Monira Al Qadiri

A new and striking commission from artist Monira Al Qadiri is unveiled on the Southbank Centre’s iconic Riverside Terrace, launching the second year of a three-year commissioning partnership with the Bagri Foundation.  Monira’s iridescent sculpture Devonian, which portrays the exploitation of nature and fragility of our reliance on fossil fuels, continues this year’s programme of…

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