Victoria Miro presents an exhibition of newly conceived photographic works by Isaac Julien, focusing on his latest work, Once Again… (Statues Never Die).
Hernan Bas is celebrated for works that, permeated by an aura of eroticism and decadence and loaded with codes and double meanings,
Isaac Julien’s nine-screen installation, premiering at Victoria Miro, traverses a collection of Lina Bo Bardi’s most iconic buildings.
An exhibition by the Copenhagen-based artist John Kørner, featuring new and recent paintings, and sculptural elements including a climbing frame that also functions as a bar.
London: Tuesday–Saturday: 10am–6pm
An exhibition of new works by Conrad Shawcross marks a significant development of the artist’s Paradigm sculptures and features two new mechanical works in addition to a unique new sequence of photographic prints created by firing a laser through a series of faults in glass fragments.
Tuesday - Saturday: 10.00am - 6.00pm Monday: By appointment
Sze explores our sense of time, place and distance, and the construction of memory, through the never-ending stream of images – personal, searched, researched and found – that we negotiate daily.
This is Victoria Miro’s first exhibition by Avery since announcing its representation of the Milton Avery Estate, and also the first exhibition of the artist’s work in London for ten years, features paintings and works on paper from throughout his career.
Tuesday - Saturday: 10:00am - 6:00pm
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