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A collection of work by Wimbledon College of Art second year Fine Art Sculpture students.

Preview: Friday 24 April, 6-9pm

Saturday 25 April, 11am-6pm
Sunday 26 April, 11am-3pm

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Eternal Soup, Sudden Clarity

Freddy Dewe Mathews presents a series of responses to the very particular cultural resonance of the Swiss Alps; in particular, the legacy of health tourism in the high Alps at the turn of the Twentieth Century.

Preview: Thursday 23 April, 6-9pm

24 April - 22 May 2015
Monday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Uttering the Spectacle: Exhibition as Score, Costume as Movement

Realised on the occasion of Jacopo Miliani's solo exhibition, a discussion event with the artist, academic Marketa Uhlirova, and fig-2 curator Fatos Ustek.

Event: Thursday 23 April, 7-8.30pm

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Solo show by Ben Nathan that explores the symbols, objects and viewpoints discovered in the urban landscape of Seoul.

Preview: Thursday 23 April, 6.30-8.30pm

24 April - 28 May 2015
Saturday, 12-5pm

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'What Will They See of Me?' Reading Group

An informal reading group session, which will act as an opportunity to reflect on Jerwood/FVU Awards exhibition, 'What Will They See of Me?'.

Event: Thursday 23 April 2015, 6.30-7.45pm

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Home recordings: first iteration

A lecture-performance work from Noah Angell.

Event: Thursday 23 April, 7pm

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The show features Wiktor Dyndo's new and recent oil paintings which explore political, social and cultural motifs.

Preview: Thursday, 23 April, 7-9pm

24 April - 21 May 2015
Monday to Friday, 11am-6pm
Saturday, 10am-3pm

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A one night exhibition of a critical video collaboration by students of the Royal College of Art.

Event: Thursday 23 April, 6-9pm

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A one-night-only two-person exhibition in an empty three bedroomed family home in Fulham.

Event: Wednesday 22 April, 6pm-midnight

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The Other Garden

A group show inspired by Hieronymus Bosch's 'The Garden of Earthly Delights'.

Preview: Wednesday 22 April, 6-8pm

20 - 25 April 2015
Monday to Friday, 10am-6pm
Saturday, 12-4pm

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Guides to Elsewhere

Book artist Linda Toigo presents imaginary landscapes carved into books, displayed in the evocative setting of Westminster Reference Library.

Preview: Tuesday 21 April, 6.30-8.30pm

21 April - 9 May 2015
Monday to Friday, 10am-8pm
Saturday, 10am-5pm

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16/50 Jacopo Miliani

Jacopo Miliani creates a choreographic score as exhibition, responding to fig-2's performative and time based structure.

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

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

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In Conversation

Artists Lucy Clout and Marianna Simnett in conversation with Esther Leslie, Professor of Political Aesthetics at Birkbeck, University of London.

Event: Monday 20 April, 6.30-7.45pm

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Screening No. 5, It is Rocket Science

The fifth Sunday Screening is taking us on a journey to Space.

Event: Sunday 19 April, 5-6.30pm

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Taste of Flesh/Bite Me I'm Yours

New performance work by Martin O'Brien, presented as part of the ongoing European project, 'Trust me, I'm an Artist: towards an ethics of art/science collaboration'.

Event: Saturday 18 April, 3-8.30pm

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Tyrants & Sirens

Sculpture and painting by Yana Naidenov and Sofia Stevi, curated by Paddy Butler and Jelena Seng.

16 - 26 April 2015
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm
(during the week by appointment)

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The Naturalness of Strange Things, the line that(...)

Considers four artists' approaches to translation and alternative meaning. The exhibition will unfold with new interventions on consecutive weeks.

10 - 26 April 2015
Friday to Sunday, 1-6pm

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Crow Town

The launch of the new publication by Drew Forrest Hoad featuring new text and drawings, published by Ladette Space.

Event: Friday 17 April, 7.30-9pm

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Roman Remains

Six international artists, who were resident at the British School at Rome in 2014, reunite to consider how their time in the city has influenced their individual practices.

Preview: Friday 17 April, 6-9pm

18 April - 17 May 2015

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A group show of work that explores both the limits and intrinsic materiality of paint, whether through line, gesture or form.

Preview: Thursday 16. April 6-9pm

17 - 25 April 2015
Wednesday to Saturday, 2-6pm

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