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ISSUE 15

We are delighted to release Issue 15 of the Art Licks magazine for Autumn.

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In the future we will all be modern

A salon presentation of works by Arcadia Missa studio artists.

Preview: Friday 26 September, 6-9pm

27 September - 30 September 2014
Thursday to Saturday, 12-5pm

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Summer Artists in Residence 2014

Howard Dyke and Clare Price are both painters working in London. They are completing a collaborative residency in response to the gallery space, which has culminated in a final outcome for September 2014.

Preview: Friday 26 September, 6-9.30pm

26 July - 4 October 2014
Thursday to Saturday, 12.30-5.30pm

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Art Licks, Issue 15 launch

September's V&A Friday Late will see the launch of Art Licks, Issue 15.

Event: Friday 26 September, 6.30-10pm

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V&A Friday Late: Art Licks Weekend

Emerging artists, upcoming artist-run spaces and independent curatorial projects take over the Museum for the night as a prelude to the Art Licks Weekend.

Event: Friday 26 September, 6.30-9pm

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ISSUE 15 launch

As part of the Friday Late at the V&A, Art Licks will launch Issue 15 of its magazine for Autumn.

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Cultural Activism/Cultural Diplomacy

Artists Karl Ingar Roys and San Zaw Htway will be in conversation, looking at the role of artistic activism in transitional societies.

Event: Thursday 25 September, 6.30pm

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Nostos

An installation of new works by Liadin Cooke, concerning the modernist ideology of combining art and life.

Preview: Thursday 25 September, 6.30-8.30pm

26 September - 25 October 2014
Friday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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ALL IN DUE COURSE

Lawrence Weiner presents a series of recent sculptures spanning interior and exterior spaces across the SLG and off-site on the facade of the former Peckham Road Fire Station.

Preview: Thursday 25 September, 6.30-8.30pm

26 September - 23 November 2014
Tuesday to Sunday, 11am-6pm

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Scaffold see Scaffold

Patrick Staff presents three public discussion events exploring disabled and queer identity, austerity, illness and flexibility.

Events: Thursday 25 September, 3-5.30pm
Friday 26 September, 6-8.30pm
Saturday 27 September, 3-5.30pm

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Beware Wet Paint

A group show of individual paintings by artists for whom painting forms a single strand within a multidisciplinary practice.

24 September - 16 November 2014
Tuesday to Sunday, 11am-9pm

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Counting on People

This first UK institutional exhibition of Neil Beloufa, shows a selection of his latest works on film alongside recent sculptural works.

24 September - 16 November 2014
Tuesday to Sunday, 11am-9pm

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KP Brehmer: Real Capital - Production

Protagonist of political pop art in Germany in the 60s, who during the 70s pioneered an art that visualised capitalism.

Preview: Wednesday 24 September, 6.30-8.30pm

25 September - 30 November 2014
Wednesday to Sunday, 11am-6pm

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Crepuscular

The Milk Platform, a collective of 11 women artists present a collection of eclectic and innovative contemporary artworks in various media created specifically for this exhibition.

Preview: Tuesday 23 September, 6-9pm

23 - 28 September 2014

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Telephone

Four artists create new sound works for the first red telephone kiosk on Piccadilly.

19 September 2014 - 3 May 2015

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The Mechanical Garden and Other Long Encores

A speculative diagram drawn by the late pyrotechnic sculptor Stephen Cripps is re-imagined by artists Ben Burgis, Stuart Middleton and Richard Sides as an immersive site-specific installation.

Preview: Sunday 21 September, 3-5pm

22 September - 26 October 2014
Friday to Sunday, 11am-5pm

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Low Animal Spirits

An algorithm by Ami Clarke and Richard Cochrane that is driven by real time data, scripted as a live onscreen score and audio work with automated 'readers'.

Preview: Friday 19 September, 6.30-9pm

18 September - 30 November 2014
Tuesday to Thursday, 8am-11am
Friday, 8am-6pm
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm

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I wish I could be a stone

Louisa Fairclough brings a 16mm choral film-sculpture with a sound installation and a series of medium format photographs.

Preview: Friday 19 September, 6-9pm

20 September - 26 October 2014
Friday to Sunday, 2-6pm

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In The City

An exhibition of contemporary painters whose work explores the experience of living in a city.

Preview: Friday 19 September, 6.30-11pm

20 September - 11 October 2014
Monday to Friday, 1-11pm
Saturday, 12-11pm
Sunday, 3-10pm

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(detail)

Featuring the work of 118 international artists, who have each selected a detail from one of their paintings, which are displayed together to give both a tantalising glimpse into each artwork, and create a huge collage of images.


Preview: Friday 19 September, 6-9pm

20 September - 12 October 2014
Friday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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