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    • 06.07.2019 - Bruce Conner: A MOVIE, Screening, The Catskill Art Society, New York

      06.07.2019 - Bruce Conner: A MOVIE, Screening, The Catskill Art Society, New York

      Bruce Conner: A MOVIE, Screening, Catskill Art Society, New York

       

      Saturday, 6 July

      12-1pm

       

      The Catskill Art Society 

      Laundry King

      65 Main St

      Livingston Manor,

      NY 12758

       

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    • 27.06.2019 - Phillip King: New public sculpture commission for Guangzhou, China

      27.06.2019 - Phillip King: New public sculpture commission for Guangzhou, China

      Phillip King: New public sculpture commission for Guangzhou, China

       

      A new public sculpture commission by Phillip King will be unveiled on the West Square of Taikoo Hui in Guangzhou, China. The work, named after celebrated biologist Charles Darwin who attended the same college at Cambridge as King, will be the artist’s second permanent public sculpture installed in China.

       

      Opening: Thursday, 27 June, 2pm
      West Square, Taikoo Hui Guangzhou 

    • 12.06.2019 - Abraham Cruzvillegas, Anya Gallaccio, John Gerrard,  Jean-Luc Moulène: The Aerodrome, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

      12.06.2019 - Abraham Cruzvillegas, Anya Gallaccio, John Gerrard, Jean-Luc Moulène: The Aerodrome, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

      Abraham Cruzvillegas, Anya Gallaccio, John Gerrard,  Jean-Luc Moulène: The Aerodrome, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

       

      This exhibition is dedicated to the memory of Michael Stanley, Curator of Ikon before becoming Director of Milton Keynes Gallery and then Modern Art Oxford, who died tragically in 2012. Co-curated with David Austen and George Shaw and structured loosely on Rex Warner’s 1941 wartime novel The Aerodrome, a book that made a great impression on Stanley, it includes many of the artists he worked with.

       

      Ikon Gallery

      1 Oozells Square

      Brindleyplace

      Birmingham 

       

      12 June - 8 September 2019 

       

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    • 11.06.2019 - Anthea Hamilton, Glenn Ligon, Hurvin Anderson, Steve McQueen: Get Up, Stand Up, Now, Somerset House, London

      11.06.2019 - Anthea Hamilton, Glenn Ligon, Hurvin Anderson, Steve McQueen: Get Up, Stand Up, Now, Somerset House, London

      Anthea Hamilton, Glenn Ligon, Hurvin Anderson, Steve McQueen: Get Up, Stand Up, Now, Somerset House, London

       

      A major new exhibition celebrating the past 50 years of Black creativity in Britain and beyond.

       

      West Wing Galleries

      Somerset House

      Strand

      London

       

      12 June - 15 September 2019

       

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    • 11.06.2019 - Catherine Opie: Kiss My Genders, Hayward Gallery, London

      11.06.2019 - Catherine Opie: Kiss My Genders, Hayward Gallery, London

      Catherine Opie: Kiss My Genders, Hayward Gallery, London

       

      Spanning the past 50 years, Kiss My Genders brings together over 100 artworks by artists from around the world who employ a wide range of approaches to articulate and engage with gender fluidity, as well as with non-binary, trans and intersex identities.

       

      Hayward Gallery

      337-338 Belvedere Rd

      Lambeth

      London

       

      12 June - 8 September 2019

       

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    • 10.06.2019 - Akram Zaatari: Art Basel Unlimited 2019

      10.06.2019 - Akram Zaatari: Art Basel Unlimited 2019

      Akram Zaatari: Art Basel Unlimited 2019 

       

      Akram Zaatari's The End of Love is on display for Art Basel Unlimited, with Thomas Dane Gallery and Sfeir-Semler Gallery.

      Stand: K19 

       

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    • 10.06.2019 - John Gerrard: Art and Politics Seminar, IMMA Summer School 2019

      10.06.2019 - John Gerrard: Art and Politics Seminar, IMMA Summer School 2019

      John Gerrard: Art and Politics Seminar, IMMA Summer School 2019 

       

      As part of its Summer Shcool, the Irish Museum of Modern Art hosts an all day public seminar, featuring presentations by a range of national and international artists, theorists and critics, focusing on the interface between art and politics.

       

      Tuesday 11 June 

      9:15-5pm

       

      Irish Museum of Modern Art

      Royal Hospital Kilmainham
      Dublin 8

       

       

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    • 07.06.2019 - Ella Kruglyanskaya: 33rd Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts

      07.06.2019 - Ella Kruglyanskaya: 33rd Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts

      Ella Kruglyanskaya: 33rd Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts

       

      The 33rd Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts will present a cross-section of artists from the region (Slovenia, Poland, Ukraine, Georgia and Bulgaria) as well as further afield (China, Iran, Great Britain and the United States) who use graphic languages as part of their diverse practices. In addition to the historical part, the exhibition will also present works by contemporary artists, publishers, theoreticians, activists, new media personalities, stand-up comedians and others.

       

      7 June - 29 September 2019 

      Multiple venues

       

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    • 06.06.2019 - Amy Sillman: Symposium, Manchester Metropolitan University

      06.06.2019 - Amy Sillman: Symposium, Manchester Metropolitan University

      Amy Sillman: Symposium, Manchester Metropolitan University 

       

      Amy Sillman will particiapte in Funny Peculiar, a symposium that explores contemporary ideas in painting connected to shape, humour and diagrammatic thought.

       

      Thursday 6 June 

      1-5:30pm 

       

      Lecture Theatre BS G33

      Manchester Metropolitan University Campus

      Oxford Road

       

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    • 05.06.2019 - Thomas Dane Gallery at Art Basel

      05.06.2019 - Thomas Dane Gallery at Art Basel

      Art Basel - Stand: R18

       

      Featuring works by: Terry Adkins, Hurvin Anderson, Lynda Benglis, Walead Beshty, John Gerrard, Anthea Hamilton, Arturo Herrera, Barbara Kasten, Glenn Ligon, Jean-Luc Moulène, Caragh Thuring, Kelley Walker, and Akram Zaatari. 

      Preview: 11-12 June 2019 
      Public days: 13-16 June 2019

       

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