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The 2017 Collyer Bristow Graduate Art Exhibition and Award showcasing emerging contemporary talent.

Preview: Tuesday 21 February, 6-8pm

22 February - 14 June 2017
open by appointment

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Native Tongue Reading Group 2

Anna Bunting-Branch uses science fiction as a methodology to re-vision feminism and its histories, remixing elements from a range of sources to generate new and imaginative resonances.

Event: Monday 20 February, 6.30-08pm

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Screening: Richard Serra

Beginning a.m London's new season of films, with a screening of early 16mm prints by Richard Serra.

Event: Saturday 18 February, 4pm

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Art is Not a Commodity: Examining Economic Exceptionalism in Art

This symposium will contextualise this idea through theories and practices of economic exceptionalism discussed in Dave Beech's book 'Art and Value' (Brill 2015).

Event: Saturday 18 February, 11am-5pm

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A Return to Old Certainties

A solo show by Mark Woods.

Preview: Friday 17 February, 6-9pm

18 February - 12 March 2017
Thursday to Sunday 12-6pm

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Exhibition by Jala Wahid: an artist based in London, currently studying at the Royal Academy of Arts.

10 February - 5 March 2017
Friday to Sunday, 2-8pm

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The launch of the 20th issue of Control Magazine alongside a group exhibition featuring participating artists.

Magazine Launch & Preview: Friday 17 February, 6-9pm

18 February - 8 April 2017
Wednesday to Saturday, 1-6pm

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Art is Not a Commodity

Seminar with Dave Beech. Elucidate new ideas about the relationship of art and the commodity that are presented in his book 'Art and Value' and their implications for the theory and practice of art.

Event: Friday 17 February, 3-5pm

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A Life Loving Art

This exhibition features the work and sketchbooks of Fauzia Akbar, a Camberwell College of Arts BA (Hons) Drawing student who passed away last year.

Preview: Thursday 16 February, 5-8pm

16 - 24 February 2017

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Do Zombies Dance to Love in C Minor?

New works by Barry Reigate. Produced simply with an airbrush on canvas, these large scale paintings sit somewhere between the digital and a seemingly naive primal act of doodling.

Preview: Thursday 16 February, 6-9pm

17 February - 25 March
Friday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Cinenova Now Showing: Kathryn Elkin & Sarah Turner

The 'Cinenova: Now Showing' series intends to materialise relationships between contemporary artist moving image practice and the feminist and organising legacies present in the Cinenova collection.

Event: Thursday 16 February, 7-9pm

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Jack Killick / Gerard Taylor

Project developed by Maria do Carmo M. P. de Pontes in response to an invitation by A---Z, who has been running the Studio RCA Riverlight since March 2016.

Preview: Thursday 16 February, 7-9pm

17 February - 12 March 2017
Open 24/7

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A performance and in-conversation that stands as a culmination of Paul Maheke's current show 'What Flows Through and Across'.

Event: Thursday 16 February, 7-9pm

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Potash Lesson

A performance by Jamie Crewe, first presented at Tramway Artists' Moving Image Festival 2016, will now be presented at Gasworks.

Event: Wednesday 15 February, 7pm

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A Place For You To Dream

Reflections on the aesthetics of digital architecture in rendering and advertisement and its impact on our experience of real built environments and domestic spaces.

Preview: Tuesday 14 February, 6.30-9pm

15 - 26 February 2017
Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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An exhibition of painting: its purpose is to render the exhibition space into a temporary state of irrelevance and negativity.

Preview: Saturday 12 February, 6-10pm

Viewings by appointment only

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Blinding Pleasures

This group exhibition will study the dangers and potentials of a conscious use of the mechanisms behind the False Consensus effect and its marketing-driven son, the so-called "Filter Bubble".

Preview: Friday 10 February, 6-9pm

10 February - 18 March 2017
Thursday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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[Symposium] Book Club Marx: The Fetishism of the Commodity and its Secret

Monthly reading group for artists, curators, writers, researchers and anyone interested in the intersections between art practice and critical theory.

Event: Friday 10 February, 6-8.30pm

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Ears For The Eye

A group show looking at the ear as a design, signifier, analogy or symbol, and always with the sense that there is something beyond what we see.

10 February - 4 March 2017
Friday and Saturday, 12-6pm

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Through materiality, process and form, Tess Williams' work explores what a painting can be beyond its surface.

Preview: Thursday 9 February, 6-9pm

10 - 12 February 2017
Daily, 12-6pm

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