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CHROMA: Blue Issue

CHROMA presents the second in a series of curatorial experiments, showing over 50 works from both national and international artists.

Preview: Thursday 21 April, 6-10pm

22 April - 24 April 2016
Friday & Saturday, 12-6pm
Sunday, 11am-3pm

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New Scottish Artists

A selection of graduate work from the 2015 degree shows of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design (Dundee), Edinburgh College of Art, Glasgow School of Art and Gray's School of Art (Aberdeen).

21 April - 6 May 2016
Thursday-Saturday, 12-6pm

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The Bin Bag Variations

An exhibition of dictated drawing, hopeless mimicry, and sad lumps by Jack Sutherland.

Preview: Thursday 21 April, 6-9pm

22 - 28 April 2016,
Daily, 10am-4pm

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Harry Conway & Katie Eleanor

Two solo shows featuring Harry Conway and Katie Eleanor, both of whom are recent photography graduates from London College of Communication and the University of Westminster respectively.

Preview: Thursday 21 April, 6-9pm

22 April - 28 May, 2016
Wednesday to Friday, 12-7pm
Saturday, 12-6pm

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The Shift: Eight Years of Flat Time House

An extensive and overflowing selection of artwork that has been inspired by and conceived over the eight years since Flat Time House opened.

Preview: Wednesday 20 April, 6.30-8.30pm

21 April - 29 May 2016
Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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Fat on Lean

New paintings by Max Wade.

Preview: Wednesday 20 April, 6-9pm

23 April - 1 May 2016
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm

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After Projects curate a group exhibition, showcasing work from some of the most exciting recent graduates working with photography, video and installation.

Preview: Wednesday 20 April, 6-9pm

21 - 29 April 2016
Thursday to Sunday, 11am-6pm

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DM/1978 Talks to DM/2010

Curated by Hana Noorali and Lynton Talbot.

Preview: Tuesday 19 April 2016

20 April - 20 May 2016
Wednesday to Friday, 11am-5pm

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The Grounds We Tread

An ambitious performative exhibition of international artists taking on ideas of public space.

Preview: Tuesday 19 April, 6.30-8.30pm

20 April - 19 June 2016
(gallery closed for exhibition changeover)

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PEER Reopens

PEER reopens its doors with an Angela de la Cruz exhibition and two new public art commissions by Chris Ofili and London Fieldworks.

Preview: Saturday 16 April, 2-5pm

16 April - 21 May 2016
Wednesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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The Art of Bots

We live in a world of bots that allusively infiltrate our online lives; from social bots to surveillance bots, joke bots to news bots.

Preview: Friday 15 April, 12-8pm

Saturday 16 April, 10am-6pm

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discursive foundations of sunsight

Narrative projects presents a solo exhibition by Carlos Noronha Feio.

Preview: Friday 15 April, 6-8pm

16 April - 4 June 2016
Tuesday to Saturday, 11am-6pm

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Owen Hatherley, 'Monetising the Ruin: Batterseas New and Old'

In this talk, Owen Hatherley will discuss the architecture and afterlife of Battersea Power Station and its industrial hinterland.

Event: Friday 15 April, 7-8.30pm

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Footnotes to a Long Distance Telephone Call

For this exhibition, Kihlberg & Henry have invited the Disembodied Voice research group to show new work and host a series of events.

Preview: Friday 15 April, 6-9pm

16 April - 22 May 2016
Friday to Sunday, 2-6pm

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Fake Sun

Mette Boel generates a semi tropical atmosphere in the gallery space by facilitating a feeling of a temporary warmness.

Preview: Thursday 14 April, 7-9pm

15 April - 1 May 2016
Friday to Sunday, 11am-5pm

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Double Take

A two-venue exhibition exploring the relationship between drawing and photography, taking place at Drawing Room and The Photographer's Gallery, London.

Preview: Wednesday 13 April, 6-8pm

14 April - 5 June 2016
Tuesday to Friday, 11am-6pm
Saturday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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Sensational Images: Visual Vocabularies of Gendered Affect

To provide context for her current exhibition, Sidsel Meineche Hansen has invited Helen Hester to present a paper exploring how artists are developing strategies for visually representing erotic affects.

Event: Wednesday 13 April, 7pm

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Wyrd Then: Weird Now

Featuring the work of Sol Bailey Barker, Tom Hatton and Joe Farley.

Preview: Wednesday 13 April, 6-9pm

14 April - 5 May 2016
Monday to Friday, 10am-6pm
Saturday, 11am-6pm

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Spatial Practices and the Urban Commons

The event series will take shape in variety of formats over the course of 8 weeks, including talks, discussions, seminars, workshops, tours and publication launches.

13 April - 4 June 2016
Wednesday to Saturday 2-6pm

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Heel Bar

A solo exhibition of Joby Williamson's new work.

Preview: Wednesday 13 April, 6.30-8.30pm

14 April - 7 May 2016
Wednesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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