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A.L.T. launch night

Art Licks are very excited to launch the A.L.T. pop-up space to fundraise for its annual London festival, the Art Licks Weekend. A.L.T. is a collection of functional items designed and made for the home by a select group of artists.

Launch: Wednesday 1 June, 5-9pm

2 - 6 June 2016
Daily, 11am-7pm

Performance evening: Friday 3 June, 7-9pm

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Art Licks Issue 19

Art Licks launches the summer issue of its magazine at the A.L.T. pop-up shop.

Event: Wednesday 1 June, 5-9pm

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We are delighted to release Issue 19 of Art Licks magazine.

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Bringing together the work of seven artists, it is the curiosity of the physical at the forefront.

Preview: Friday 27 May, 5-10.30pm

28 - 29 May 2016
Saturday and Sunday, 11am-6pm

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Maria Gorodeckaya

First solo show by in London by Goldsmiths MFA graduate Maria Gorodeckaya, and the first show at Almanac's new space in Bermondsey.

Preview: Friday 27 May, 6-9pm

28 May - 18 June 2016
Wednesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Sickly Revelations*

A solo exhibition by John Lawrence and a new light box commission by Zoe Williams.

Preview: Friday 27 May, 6.30-9pm

28 May - 19 June 2016
Saturdays and Sundays, 12-6pm

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Taking Apart Togetherness: The Art and Science of Being a Group

A lecture demonstration of a collaborative research project that investigates moving together in groups.

Event: Friday 27 May, 7-10pm

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Bread and Jam V: To Be Converted

For its fifth and final incarnation, Bread & Jam will be hosting To Be Converted, an exhibition inviting artists to challenge the spaces offered at 52 Whitbread Road.

Preview: Friday 27 May, 6.30-8.30pm

28 May - 5 June 2016
Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm

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Ana Genoves has made a site-specific installation in a response to the architecture and social site that is the MOCA Project Space wooden floor.

15 May - 11 June 2016
Thursday to Saturday, 2-6pm

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London-based artist collective XAP will inhabit the Geddes Gallery, a former Italian deli in Kings Cross, taking as a point of departure ideas around time; making (un)subtle interventions with and around the leftovers from the last occupants of the building.

Preview: Thursday 26 May, 6-9pm

26 - 29 May 2016
Thursday to Saturday, 11am-7pm
Sunday, 11am-5pm

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Simon Callery

Simon Callery will be responding to the DOLPH brief by moving into the space in order to make new works based on the Streatham area.

Preview: Wednesday 25 May, 6-9pm

26 - 29 May 2016
Thursday to Sunday, 11am-5pm

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Your Double My Double Our Ghost

Australian-British artist Sally Golding presents two new audiovisual installations exploring perception and phenomenology.

25 - 29 May 2016
Wednesday to Sunday, 11am-6pm

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The Mystery of Picasso

An evening screening of 'The Mystery of Picasso', a 1956 French documentary film directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot about the painter Pablo Picasso.

Event: Tuesday 24 May, 6.45-8.15pm

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The Grounds We Tread

A new multimedia performance and installation by Ilona Sagar, part of an ambitious performative exhibition of international artists taking on ideas of public space.

Preview: Tuesday 24 May, 6.30-8.30pm

25 - 31 May 2016
Daily, 11am-5pm

Performances: 27 - 29 May 2016

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ARC20 Launch

This diverse and discursive event will launch the online platform which will form ACR20. It will display the work submitted so far. Expect a night of performance, painting, film, discussion and music.

Event: Tuesday 24 May, 6-9pm

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An exhibition bringing together all four years, past & present of the School of the Damned.

Preview: Tuesday 24 May, 6-9.30pm

25 - 30 May 2016
Wednesday to Monday, 12-6pm

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Keira Greene: Un-ion On-ion In-ion

Jerwood Visual Arts presents a new commission by Keira Greene in its project space.

9 May - 27 August 2016

Monday to Friday, 10am-5pm
Saturday, 10am-2pm

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What remains... Anatomy of an Artist: a festival of 10 new works

Independent Dance (ID) and Siobhan Davies Dance present the sixth edition of WHAT festival, featuring work by some of the UK's most exciting contemporary dance artists.

Saturday 21 May, 2-9pm
Sunday 22 May, 12-6pm

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One Or Two Things They Know About Her

A play by Sharon Kivland.

Event: Friday 20 May, 7-9pm

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Regeneration: Who is it For?

This artist talk and open floor discussion will be led by finalists of The 3rd John Ruskin Prize, Jessie Brennan (2nd Prize winner) and Hilary Powell. Eric Reynolds, Founding Director of Urban Space Management, will join the panel for localised discussion on Trinity Buoy Wharf and Tower Hamlets.

Event: Thursday 19 May, 6.30-9.30pm

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