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Space In Between

This curatorial collective will impress you. With a quick turnover of exhibitions in temporary spaces, and a permanent space opening in the summer, they are definitely ones to keep an eye on.

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Artinavan // Bureau Detours Collaboration

Our friends Artinavan// jet-setted off to Denmark last week to collaborate with Bureau Detours. Hannah Little wrote a daily diary update on the groupís project for Art Licks.

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Marlene Haring

Solo Show. A bar for one guest at a time.

18 July - 9 August 2015
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm

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m-Health explores notions of social health and well-being and how these relate to our immediate environment, be it built or natural.

Preview: Saturday 25 July, from 12pm

30 July - 2 August 2015

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An exhibition of new works by Chloe Manasseh and Jennifer Campbell that brings together their common concerns for travel and transformation within landscape.

Preview: Friday 24 July, 6-9pm

25 July - 16 August 2015
Friday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Alien Sex Club

A vast installation by John Walter, exploring the relationship between visual art and HIV.

Preview: Thursday 23 July, 6-9pm

24 July - 14 August 2015
Wednesday to Friday, 11am-7pm
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm

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DIG presents a week-long festival to mark their move from 87 Old Rd.

Opening: Thursday 23 July, 7pm

23 July - 1 August 2015

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Date With Thyme

A new film work by London based artist Joseph Walsh.

18 July - 1 August 2015
Wednesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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29/50 POSTmatter

Online magazine POSTmatter is invited to produce an exhibition and a publication taking place in the physical premises at ICA Studio and on the digital platform activated by POSTmatter editor-in-chief Louise Benson.

Preview: Monday 20 July, 6-8pm
(access from Carlton House Terrace only)

20 - 26 July 2015
Tuesday to Sunday, 11am-6pm
Thursday, 11am-9pm

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Patrick Coyle & Francesco Pedraglio Performance

Patrick Coyle and Francesco Pedraglio host their second performance at fig-2, bookending the week and marking the close of their exhibition.

Event: Sunday 19 July, 4-5pm

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A bug that drinks rice wine

The last and final edition of Sunday Screenings presents two very special short films, 'Island' by South Korean artist Ellie Kyungran, and 'Return' by French artist Gabrielle Le Bayon.

Event: Sunday 19 July, 5-6.30pm

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Phantoms of the Avant-Garde

A screening event featuring work by Lucy Skaer, Laure Prouvost, Ursula Mayer, Mark Aerial Waller, Jimmy Robert and Beatrice Gibson.

Event: Saturday 18 July, 6-7pm

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Art Licks Tour: Peckham

Taking you on a tour of artist-led project spaces and independent galleries in the area, with the opportunity to meet the artists and curators behind them.

Event: Saturday 18 July, 2-4pm

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Asymmetric Grief

The end of the horizon is upon us. The moralism of a universal queer condition cannot persist while bodies of difference are systemically devalued and delegitimised.

Preview: Friday 17 July, 6-9pm

18 - 25 July 2015
Thursday to Saturday, 12-5pm

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Solo exhibition by London based artist Margot Sanders.

Preview: Friday 17 July, 6-9pm

18 - 26 July 2015
Open Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
(weekdays by appointment)

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Bread and Jam

An exhibition of 11 contemporary artists in a yet to be refurbished house showcasing new work in a unique exhibition setting over three floors.

Private view: Friday 17 July, 6-9pm

18 - 26 July 2015
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm

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A collaborative exhibition by Fiona Grady, Hannah Luxton, Brigitte Parusel, Zoe Schoenherr and Cecily Tattersall, that investigates approaches to negotiating space.

Preview: Thursday 16 July, 6.30-8.30pm

16 - 19 July 2015
Daily, 12-5pm

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Young Castle of the Elder Sun

'Young Castle of the Elder Sun' is a video document of a performance by AAS, shown unedited in its original broadcast format.

Event: Thursday 16 July, 7-9pm

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Schizo-culture and the politics of the downtown scene

Professor Tim Lawrence examines the special Semiotext(e) issue dedicated to Schizo-culture, exploring the relationship between participants in the downtown NY arts scene and developing strains in post-Marxist theory.

Event: Thursday 16 July, 6.30-8.30pm

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Relational Geographies

An exhibition of emerging and established UAL artists whose work explores relationships between measurement, movement, distance, and time.

Preview: Thursday 16 July, 6-8pm

13 July - 18 October 2015
Monday to Friday, 9am-8pm
Saturday and Sunday, 9am-6pm

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