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July 2018

MEDIUM:OIL (part 3) Abstract Realities

July 10, 2018 - July 28, 2018

  ABSTRACT REALITIES Stephen Newton 10 - 28 July   Newton is not a realist, but a new kind of surrealist. Psychoanalytic theory has moved away from drive theory towards relational theory, and so has the most subtle and sophisticated surreal art, Newton’s paintings being exemplary. All the more so because they incorporate drive, as their excited painterliness indicates, into their realism. That is, their rendering of objects – the desolate and isolated objects – in his empty space, sometimes…

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Sophie Morrish – Island Time: North Uist Works

July 31, 2018 - September 1, 2018

Island Time: North Uist Works Sophie Morrish 31 JULY - 1 SEPTEMBER Curated by Mel Gooding For ten years artist Sophie Morrish has lived and worked on the remote Outer Hebridean island of North Uist. During that period her artistic practice has been continuous with her life: walking, finding, photographing, identifying and collecting the natural objects cast by the Atlantic upon the island’s shore, and registering the changing skies and clouds, the rhythm of the tides, the littoral light and…

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September 2018

Claudia De Grandi: Waves and Horizons

September 4, 2018 - September 8, 2018

Waves and Horizons Claudia de Grandi 4 - 8 SEPTEMBER Curated by Alan Rankle Private View Wednesday 5th September 6 – 9 pm   Claudia De Grandi brings an impressive suite of new works to Bermondsey Project Space – a venue recognized for exhibitions of challenging cutting-edge contemporary art. As the first artist to be invited to present works on all three floors of the gallery, De Grandi’s installation Waves & Horizons comprises Paintings, Photographs, Prints and Videos. There is…

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Debbie Castro — I – CUT

September 11, 2018 - September 15, 2018

I-CUT Debbie Castro 11 - 15  September Private View Thursday  13th September 6 – 9 pm   I have an overwhelming need to document key changes and turning points in my life and to capture those moments and memories in image, thus when my husband and I were planning pregnancy I needed a specific document of my body before all the changes that were about to happen to it - my way to be in control and to consciously choose…

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Philip Volkers: Dust to Dawn – A Photographic Adventure at Burning Man

September 11, 2018 - September 15, 2018

Dust to Dawn A photographic Adventure at Burning Man Philip Volkers 11 - 15 September 2018 Renegade photographer Philip Volkers’ book “Dust to Dawn” which is to be published by Kehrer Verlag, at the end of August, documents his visual adventures at Nevada’s notorious Burning Man Festival over a 10-year period. Every year 75,000 people descend on an alkaline lake bed in Nevada for The Burning Man Festival, a highly influential festival and heaven for enquiring minds. Few people are…

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Maryam Eisler: Adventures & Obsession

September 18, 2018 - September 29, 2018

Adventure & Obsession Maryam Eisler 18 - 30 SEPTEMBER Private View Thursday  20th September 6 – 9 pm   Photographer Maryam Eisler presents images from two series #She and Havana: Beauty and Dereliction over the two floors of the gallery.   Gallery 1 - Ground Floor #She Across cultures, the Sublime Feminine or in the context of this exhibition SHE, has been associated with a spiritual force best ennobled through creative expression — beautiful, soulful, sensual and intellectual; a force which at its crux carries the…

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October 2018

The Discontents

October 2, 2018 - October 13, 2018

The Discontents Matthew Collings, Tommaso Corvi-Mora, Zavier Ellis, Matthew Higgs, Max Presneill 2 – 13 October Private View Tuesday  2nd October 6 – 9 pm     The Discontents brings together five artworld protagonists who are recognised for their work in the industry including art criticism, journalism, running galleries and museums, educating and curating. Whilst establishing themselves in their respective capacities Matthew Collings, Tommaso Corvi-Mora, Zavier Ellis, Matthew Higgs and Max Presneill have refused to navigate a singular path through…

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Drawn to London

October 16, 2018 - November 3, 2018

Drawn to London Within the shadow of the Tower   16 October – 3 November Curated by: Philippa Beale   Artists: Alexandra Blum, Philippa Beale, John Blandy, Stella Carr, Paul Cosquieri, Paul Finn, Sue Hackney, Susannah Hubert, Martin Harrison-Priestman, Maryellen Lamb, Mark Long, Natasha Lien, Fiona McIntyre, Seema Manchanda, Emma Perring, Pat Phippard PRofit, Karen Summers, Jacqueline Wedlake-Hatton, Marion Wilcocks, Alice White, Les Williams, Sandra Wroe     "Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is…

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November 2018

Nick Malone: The Disappearance of Makepeace – A Tale of Two Lives

November 6, 2018 - November 10, 2018

The Disappearance of Makepeace A Tale of Two Lives NICK MALONE 6-10 November 2018       The exhibition follows on from an earlier solo at BPS, which acted as a springboard in developing this particular way of working. It interacts with the text of a graphic novel concerning the mysterious disappearance of its eponymous hero James Makepeace that sets the exhibition within a wider context of narrative, adventure and dream. The exhibition will combine installation, images, animation, and soundscape to enable words and images…

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Christina Reihill: Glad I Did It

November 14, 2018 - December 1, 2018

Glad I Did It Christina Reihill 14 November - 1 December     Night club manageress Ruth Ellis (1926 - 1955) poses for one Captain Ritchie, 1954. The setting is probably the flat above her club on the Brompton Road in Knightsbridge, London. In 1955, Ellis was convicted of the murder of her lover, David Blakely, and hanged at Holloway Prison, becoming the last woman to receive the death penalty in Britain. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)     This…

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