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A Faggot at Sea. Nothing We Could Build Would Be As Impressive

A performance by Garrett Nelson inside the exhibition YGRG14X: reading with the single hand V.

Event: Wednesday 11 July, 6-7pm

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Invasive Behaviour

This group exhibition explores the intersection between nature and culture, reflecting an invasive behaviour that encompasses new technological and aesthetic attributes.

Preview: Wednesday 11 July, 6-9pm
12 - 15 July 2018
Daily, 12-7pm

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Reclaiming the Curatorial 2018

An intensive, practical course for individuals interested in developing self-organised platforms for curating and presenting contemporary visual art practice and activism.

10 - 13 July 2018

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In Conversation

Dinu Li and independent curator Indra Khanna in conversation, revolving around Li's solo exhibition at Danielle Arnaud, 'The Anatomy of Place'.

Event: Tuesday 10 July, 6.30pm

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Becoming Plant

Group exhibition with Victoria Adam, Julia Crabtree & William Evans, Ingela Ihrman, Paloma Proudfoot, André Romão.

Preview: Tuesday 10 July, 7-9pm
11 July - 22 September 2018
Wednesday to Saturday, 2-6pm

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Healing Exercises for Limitless Potential. H.E.L.P

A performance by Evan Ifekoya and Hannah Catherine Jones, as part of Art Night 2018.

Event: Saturday 7 July, 8pm

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Pixel Perpetual


A---Z presents Larry Achiampong's new performance and installation at StudioRCA Riverlight for Art Night London 2018.

Preview: Saturday 7 July, 6pm-1am (performance at 10pm)
8 July - 1 August 2018
Saturday, 2-6pm

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The Floor is Lava

A group exhibition interrogating the homes and habitats of Bonnington Square, Vauxhall.

Event: Saturday 7 July, 6pm-2.30am

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On Land

Exhibition by Alex Crocker and Ian Homerston.

Preview: Friday 6 July, 6-9pm
7 - 15 July 2018
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm

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Capital Crime

An exhibition of recent works by painter Nicola Bealing.

Preview: Friday 6 July, 6-9pm
7 - 15 July 2018
Monday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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If We Were Houses...

Helen Scalway's exhibition aims to put different people's visual ideas of themselves as built structures or places, into physical proximity.

5 - 8 July 2018
Thursday, 2-6pm
Friday and Saturday, 11am-6pm
Sunday, 11am-5pm

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F L O W

Caroline Mackenzie creates a futuristic theatre-type set which includes the medium of film and performative sculpture to transport her audience away from reality and into a world of playful illusion.

Preview: Thursday 5 July, 6-9pm
6 - 8 July 2018
Friday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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Hannah Luxton

An exhibition of new paintings, drawings and works on paper alongside earlier pieces.

Preview: Thursday 5 July, 6-8pm
6 - 22 July 2018
Sunday, 2-6pm

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Home Girls: Women Redefining the Domestic Sphere

For this evening event, Calvert 22 Foundation and Contemporary Lynx explore domesticity, private space, the Internet, and gender with a new generation of women artists.

Event: Thursday 5 July, 7-9pm

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Dumb Listening's

The first international solo exhibition from Irish artist Richard Carr.

2 - 31 July 2018
Thursday and Friday, 2-6pm
Saturday, 12-4pm

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Queering the Art Classroom

Exhibition considering how to develop an art curriculum that allows students to explore gender and sexuality.

Preview: Thursday 5 July, 6-9pm
2 - 13 July 2018

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The Tamer, The Charmer, The Terraformer

Invited by Dorota Gawęda & Eglė Kulbokaitė, Matilda Tjäder will perform inside the current exhibition YGRG14X: reading with the single hand V.

Event: Wednesday 4 July, 7pm

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Evan Ifekoya

A solo exhibition and major new commission by London-based artist Evan Ifekoya.

Preview: Wednesday 4 July, 6.30-8.30pm
5 July - 2 September 2018

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Getting Away

Kate Palmer and David MacDiarmid explore the void - the gap between marks or forms, fractures and collapse.

Preview: Tuesday 3 July, 6.30-8.30pm
5 - 28 July 2018
Thursday to Sunday, 3-7pm

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Practice in Dialogue - In Whose Eyes?

How can feminist art intervene in dominant culture when the conditions of female representation are so overly determined by the constraints of objectification, sexualisation, violence and racism? This, for artists, is the vexed question.

Preview: Tuesday 3 July, 6.30-8.30pm
4 July - 5 August 2018
Wednesday to Sunday, 11am-5pm

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