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Openings This Week


February 20, 2018-  March 24, 2018 |  Free
Annka Kultys Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of works by two London-based Danish artists, Stine Deja and Marie Munk. This is the first time the pair have worked together. Munks recent series of sculptural work will work along side with Deja’s moving image pieces. The exhibition, entitled Synthetic Seduction, questions and explores fundamental emotions, such as love, empathy, attraction and repulsion, within our increasingly virtual and cybernetics-influenced world. Stine Deja will be presenting a video featuring an android singing “I wanna know what love is”, (the 1984 UK and US smash hit by the pop group Foreigner) to...
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Equal Voices

February 22, 2018-  March 2, 2018 |  Free
Equal Voices is a temporary training centre and group exhibition generated by a collective of artists from across the RCA school with diverging practices that intersect ideas of shifting and destabilising the centre ground. Power centres are provoked in a myriad of contexts from the hegemony of western-centred views in contemporary art to questioning why the role of the speaker is so valued and the role of the listener is devalued in educational contexts. With a range of artistic practices, the group investigates the voice through vocal practices as well as non-speaking forms of communication. Whilst borrowing non-hierarchical methods from...
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But I think it’s for the best

February 22, 2018-  February 23, 2018 |  Free
An exhibition that explores the pain of having loved or lost. Having grown up in Colombia, Viviana’s video installation is heavily influenced by what magic realism can offer to portray how beauty can be found in solitude. The birth of love does not mean the death of loneliness. So, alone or not come grab a drink.  
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Hardeep Pandhal – Liar Hydrant

February 22, 2018-  April 8, 2018 |  Free
The next exhibition at Cubitt will be a solo show by Hardeep Pandhal. The works in the show span a year’s production, culminating in Pandhal’s most recent video work Pool Party Pilot Episode which is showing both at Cubitt and at the New Museum, New York as part of their 2018 Triennial “Songs for Sabotage”. Pandal’s work employs lurid colour and content to create work in an array of media. His sketches and texts borrow from a variety of sources such as comic books and political satire and collaborations span crochet, knitting and embroidery with his mum and musical partnerships...
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A Journey Through Brutalism

February 22, 2018-  March 31, 2018 |  Free
Brutalism – Utopia or Dystopia? A style that flourished from the 1950s to the mid-1970s, and has more recently seen a rebirth, Brutalism continues to divide people to this day; you either love or you hate it!   ‘A Journey Through Brutalism’ is an exhibition presenting artistic homages to the versatile and majestic architectural form through a wide range of media.   With artwork, tours, film screenings and special talks, this month-long ode to Brutalism is sure to give you a fresh perspective on those towering monoliths of concrete you may avert your eyes from on your morning commute!  ...
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Post-Soviet Visions

February 22, 2018-  April 15, 2018 |  Free
Post-Soviet Visions: image and identity in the new Eastern Europe is a group show of photography exploring new visual representations of lifestyle and landscape in Eastern Europe. The exhibition gathers the work of a young generation of artists rising to prominence a quarter century after the end of Communism. The photographers in Post-Soviet Visions come from Georgia, Germany, Latvia, Poland, Russia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. Although the personal circumstances of the photographers born in Eastern Europe differ, they share a common past with either they, or their parents, growing up in countries that once existed under Communist rule. Today, they live...
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tate lates

Uniqlo Tate Lates February

February 23, 2018 |  Free
2018 marks 100 years since the Representation of the People Act, which granted some women the right to vote for the first time in British parliamentary elections. Our February Uniqlo Tate Lates will celebrate women in the arts with a vibrant mix of art, music, film, drop in workshops, pop up talks and street food.  
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Wulu screening

February 23, 2018 |  £5.00
South by South, the SLG’s quarterly screening of innovative African cinema, presents the award-winning film Wùlu (2016), directed by Daouda Coulibaly. This “constantly absorbing thriller” (Variety) follows a young man who begins trafficking drugs and quickly becomes embroiled in a Malian drug ring. The film is accompanied by a filmmaking materclass at 4pm with Director Sarmad Masud, attendees of the masterclass can view the film for free.  
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An idea for a scene in a uk gangster film

February 24, 2018-  February 25, 2018 |  Free
Interested and excited by 2 works I saw recently by Ba students at Chelsea College of Art -Sam Sun and Mitch Vowles both controversial works in their own right. The works stirred up lots of conversation, I found the works standing alone had no context or allowed the viewer to set a context, that may not have been the intention of the work. Taking another controversial Artist whose works set their own undeniable context, Ellie Pennick. Who is also the director of The Take Courage Gallery (a very apt name). By curating a show for this space, ensued a challenge...
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Feminism & Tech: Feminist Consciousness

February 24, 2018 |  Free
We open this year’s Feminism & Tech series with a focus on the importance of Feminist Consciousness in the conversation, with an introduction to the concept of Consciousness Raising (CR) and feminist critique of technology from Feminist Library’s* / Breaking the Frame’s** Gail Chester and Magda Oldziejewska. We are also inviting researchers from Met University, and speakers from inspirational #womenintech initiatives, including Inspiring Women’s*** Laura de Silva and’s Assel Altayeva. We are inviting you to join the discussions and help us design new initiatives for tackling the problems that women still face in tech.   Schedule of the day:...