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Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2017

Since 1949, New Contemporaries has organised an annual, open submission, touring exhibition for current and recent graduates.

Preview: Friday 26 January, 7-9pm

27 January - 3 March 2018
Wednesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Alembic l: Mystic Body

Exhibition that includes historical artist books, scrolls, drawings and textile work by Faith Wilding from 1969 - 1992, alongside a new commission by Orlando based artist and herbalist Elizabeth Mputu.

Preview: Friday 26 January, 6.30-9.30pm

27 January - 10 March 2018
Wednesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Little Clown, My Heart

A exhibition curated by Laura Smith and Poppy Whatmore with a feast of paintings, sculptures, video and photographic works, exploring love in its myriad forms.

Preview: Thursday 25 January, 6.30-8.30pm

26 January - 18 February 2018
Thursday to Sunday, 3-7pm

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The you in us

A new commission and the first solo exhibition in an institution by London and Oran-based artist Lydia Ourahmane.

Preview: Thursday 25 January, 6.30-8.30pm

26 January - 25 March 2018
Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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Interlocutor

A new commission by Rachal Bradley, produced by Gasworks through the Freelands Artist Programme, and in partnership with Kunstlerhaus Stuttgart.

Preview: Wednesday 24 January, 6.30-8.30pm

25 January - 18 March 2018
Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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Stranger than Paradise

Vanessa da Silva presents a new performance in collaboration with the choreographer Mary Feliciano activating the space and engaging with the sculptures and the structure of her show, programmed by A- - -Z.

Event: Wednesday 24 January, 7pm

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BREAKING SHELLS

A group exhibition curated by Justine Do Espirito Santo, and bringing together nine contemporary artists around the theme of the body from a female perspective.

Preview: Wednesday 24 January, 6-8pm

25 January - 10 March 2018
The Hive: Monday to Friday, 10am-6pm
Baker Street: Monday to Saturday, 10am-6pm

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After BUTT

A new film by Ian Giles exploring the cultural and social legacy of BUTT magazine (2001-2011); a publication made by and for gay men, noted for its iconic pink pages and candid interviews.

Preview: Tuesday 23 January, 6-8.30pm

24 January - 2 March 2017
Wednesday to Friday, 11am-5pm

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Acts of disruption

An exhibition of eight international artists whom address socio-political issues.

19 January - 24 February 2018
Tuesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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Milk, Gluck, Handel, Fame

An exhibition by Sue Tompkins at DKUK, followed by a free performance of new live work 'Mob de Mob' at Four Quarters.

Preview: Tuesday 23 January, 6.30-8.30pm

24 January - 25 February 2018
Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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Benefit Supervisor Sleeping

A new large-scale work from Charlotte Colbert's series of anthropomorphic video sculptures, which explore contemporary approaches to portraiture through moving image.

Preview: Tuesday 23 January, 6-9pm

23 January - 18 February 2018

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Personare

Personare by Nicole Bachmann. Performed by Anna Procter and Patricia Langa. Dance choreography by Patricia Langa.

Event: Saturday 20 January, 5pm, 6pm & 7pm

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Some Islands

Using a small Dieter Roth etching as its central motif, this group exhibition features works on paper that collectively offer an expansive reading of the term 'drawing'.

Preview: Friday 19 January, 6-9.30pm

20 January - 11 February 2018
Friday to Sunday, 12-5pm

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The Drowned

David Austen's solo presentation is the inaugural exhibition at Matt's Gallery's new space at Ron Henocq Fine Art, 92 Webster Road, Bermondsey.

Preview: Friday 19 January, 6-9pm

20 January - 18 February 2018
Wednesday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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Pressure Head

Exhibition of new work by Milly Peck, presenting a new sculptural installation in direct response to the gallery space, parodying DIY culture in the domestic sphere.

Preview: Thursday 18 January, 6-9pm

19 January - 24 February 2018
Wednesday to Friday, 12-6pm
Saturday, 12-5pm

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A History of Drawing

Exhibition that surveys the practice and teaching of drawing at Camberwell College of Arts over an eighty year period.

Preview: Thursday 18 January, 6-8pm

16 January - 16 February 2018
Tuesday to Friday, 11am-6pm
Saturday, 12pm-4pm

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Folkloric Wormhole

Expect wassailing, woodworm, a bulls head, cider and a talking medieval donkey. Exhibition by Arianne Churchman.

Preview: Thursday 18 January, 7-9pm

20 January - 11 February 2018
Saturday to Sunday, 12-6pm

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The space consists of a circle that travels in time

To celebrate 50 years of SPACE, artist duo J&K (Janne Schafer & Kristine Agergaard) have created a six channel sound piece and a multifaceted installation exploring the notion of time travel.

Preview: Thursday 18 January, 6-9pm

19 January - 17 March 2018
Monday to Friday, 10am-5pm
Saturday, 1-6pm

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Writing Worlds/Writing Time

An artist talk and speculative writing workshop by Alex Ressel and Kerri Meehan on nuclear power.

Event: Wednesday 17 January, 6-8pm

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Mykki Blanco Talk

The first of the 2018 RCA School of Arts & Humanities Talk series welcomes Mykki Blanco.

Event: Tuesday 16 January, 6.30-8pm

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