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Friday Salon: Drama in the Gallery

This Friday Salon considers artists' use of writing and the dramatic form as part of their practice.

Event: Friday 5 December, 3-4.30pm

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SHADE

Featuring Christian Newby, Phil Root, Ben Sansbury, Nick Jensen, and Fred Sorrel.

Preview: Friday 5 December, 6.30-9pm

6 December - 14 December 2014

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The Last Breath

A Rented by the Hour, one night event. An exhibition where artists celebrate, commemorate and consecrate the life and death of an unusually rich visual landscape.

Preview: Thursday 4 December, 6pm-late

4 December 2014 - One night only
Thursday 4 December 6pm-late

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Loughton to Lambourne End

Book launch of Allotrope Press edition thirteen, 'Loughton to Lambourne End' by Yuki Nishimura.

Event: Thursday 4 December, 6-9pm

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The Tiny Lag

Using the unique configuration of the Acme Project Space, George Charman (Fire Station Work/Live Programme 4: 2010-15) and Adam Knight will show a series of recent works that engage with 'the screen' as a kind of border.

28 November - 21 December
Thursday to Sunday, 1-6pm

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Self Centered Yet Seductive

Candice Jacobs' work responds to the particular context of the DKUK salon environment, and explores a new sense of collective consciousness driven by advertising, television, the internet, gender and the workplace.

29 November - 24 December 2014
Wednesday to Sunday, 1-6pm

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In Conversation

Curator of 'Jerwood Encounters: Suspicion', Dan Coombs, in conversation with artist, John Stezaker.

Event: Monday 1 December, 6.30-8.30pm

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Takk Fyrir

Photographing the Icelandic geography, the harsh and constantly changing weather systems, the pure and isolated nature of the island, formed part of Marc Sethi's journey to a balanced state of mind.

Preview: Sunday 30 November 2014

27 November - 4 December 2014
Thursday to Monday, 11am-6pm

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"IT'S A CAR CRASH!"

William Hunt in conversation with Ellen Mara De Wachter.

Event: Saturday 29 November, 3pm

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Quake II

Exhibition by Marian Tubbs and Andre Piguet; curated by Holly Childs.

Preview: Friday 28 November, 6-9pm

29 November - 12 December 2014
Thursday to Saturday, 12-5pm

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Early Confessions

Artist Rob Lye will be discussing the work at his current show 'Early Confessions'.

Event: Friday 28 November, 6-8pm

15 November - 19 December 2014
Monday to Saturday, 1.30-5pm

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Kwartz Kapital Konstruction Kollider

Material Conjectures have designed a symposium to bring contemporary curatorial debates into a public arena, presented in the context of the artist-led entity Beaconsfield.

Event: Friday 28 November, 6.30-8.30pm

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In Conversation

Caragh Thuring in conversation with Jennifer Higgie, novelist, screenwriter, critic and co-editor of frieze.

Event: Friday 28 November, 7pm

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Draw The Curtains

A (support) group exhibition by young practicing London artists, both post and undergraduates, responding to shifts in perspective, questioning display and the concealment of information.

Preview: Friday 28 November, 6-9pm

28 - 30 November 2014
Friday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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MULTIPLEXING

LUX Associate Artist Programme 2012/13, Final Project.

Event: Friday 28 November, 12-2pm

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Of What Remains (Final Iteration: Within Moments of Reach)

Marks the end of Fabiola Paz's Occupation (artist residency) as part of the PAF programme at ]performance s p a c e [.

28 November - 3 December 2014
Daily, 10am-6pm

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Mr & Mrs Andrews

'Mr & Mrs Andrews' refers directly to Gainsborough's 1750 masterpiece in order to excavate layer-by-layer how ten contemporary painters think.

Preview: Friday 28 November, 6-9pm

29 November - 21 December 2014
Friday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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Monodramas

The debut presentation of Byron Peters' ongoing documentation of resistance movements centered around digital labour.

Preview: Friday 28 November, 7-9pm

29 November - 1 December 2014
Daily, 12-5pm

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An Image Is No Substitute For Anything

Eight artists working across video, installation, painting, text and sculpture respond to the premise that an image is a surrogate perspective.

Preview: Friday 28 November, 6-9pm

29 November - 3 December 2014
Saturday to Wednesday, 12-6pm

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"there was an opening, the carpet was squishy"

A group exhibition organised by 7 students on the MA Culture, Criticism & Curation programme at Central Saint Martins in partnership with Flat Time House's Education programme.

Preview: Friday 28 November, 6-9pm

29 November - 11 December 2014
Saturday 29 November, 12-7pm
Thursday 4 December and Friday 5 December, 12-6pm
Thursday 11 December 12-6pm

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