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National Gallery Extends Titian Exhibition in London

The National Gallery has announced that the universally acclaimed exhibition Titian: Love, Desire, Death will be extended due to the generosity of its partners and lenders. The show will reopen when the National Gallery does. The gallery was forced to shut on 18 March 2020 due to COVID-19.  

4 June 2020

Joe Machine Avalonian Orchard

Joe Machine Unseen Spring A Virtual Exhibition – Edward Lucie Smith

Joe Machine The London Magazine Online: The pandemic, for all its woes, has brought a few benefits with it. In the art world, one of the most conspicuous of these is the multiplication and diversification of the places where you can see images, as opposed to having to trek to a gallery of some kind where you can see the supposedly ‘real thing’.

27 May 2020

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Hauser & Wirth Menorca Space

Outside The Box: Hauser & Wirth Launch First VR Exhibition 

In its Future Menorca Space Using New HWVR Technology Hauser & Wirth have announced their first VR exhibition in the new space. The exhibition features works by Louise Bourgeois, Mark Bradford, Charles Gaines, Ellen Gallagher, Jenny Holzer, Roni Horn, Luchita Hurtado, Mike Kelley, Glenn Ligon, Damon McCarthy, Paul McCarthy, Bruce Nauman, Lorna Simpson and Lawrence Weiner.

23 April 2020

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Nancy Atakan and Kalliopi Lemos: It still is as it always was

Atakan, French and Cj Hendry Three London Previews

Pi Artworks has announced ‘It still is as it always was’, the first joint exhibition by Nancy Atakan and Kalliopi Lemos; artists who have reputations for work rooted in storytelling, identity and the female experience. The show will feature the premiere of the collaborative film, ‘Necklace of Time’, several new individual works, as well as an exceptional performance based on ‘Necklace of Time’ to be staged at the opening.

20 February 2020

Marcia Kure: Under Skin

Marcia Kure: Under Skin – Royal Institute of Art Stockholm

Mixed-media installation Under Skin by United States-based Nigerian artist Marcia Kure opens on 12 December at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm, presenting a new chapter in the artist’s ongoing investigation into identities and power structures across geography and community. 

16 December 2019

Kiki Smith

Kiki Smith: Embodied Art – Revd Jonathan Evens

Kiki Smith creates an embodied art. She chose the human body as her subject because it is the one form that we all share; something with which each one of us has our own authentic experience. Her choice was informed by undertaking training to become an Emergency Medical Technician and also by the Catholicism of her upbringing.

26 November 2019

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