Exhibitions

Feb15

WATERCOLOUR AT TATE

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WATERCOLOUR AT TATE

Watercolour

Tate Britain February 16 - August 21, 2011

Watercolour at Tate Britain invites you to challenge your preconceptions of what watercolour is. The most ambitious exhibition about watercolour ever to be staged, with works spanning 800 years, this boundary-breaking survey celebrates the full variety of ...

Feb10

CERITH WYN EVANS

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CERITH WYN EVANS Cerith Wyn Evans 4 February – 27 March 2011 Bergen Kunsthall Cerith Wyn Evans' exhibitions often combine an all-round sensory experience with intricate juxtapositions of fragments of meaning. With a background in experimental film and video art in the 1980s, he has primarily worked since the 1990s with spectacular installations where ...

Feb09

SHADOW CATCHERS

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SHADOW CATCHERS Adam Fuss & Garry Fabian Miller Shadow Catchers: Camera-less Photography Victoria & Albert Museum, London until 20 February 2011 The essence of photography lies in its seemingly magical ability to fix shadows on light-sensitive surfaces. Normally, this requires a camera. Shadow Catchers, however, ...

Feb08

BRIDGET RILEY

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BRIDGET RILEY

Bridget Riley Paintings and Related Works Sunley room, National Gallery, London, UK until 22 May 2010

Bridget Riley is one of the most significant and original painters of our time. This exhibition, now on view at the National Gallery London, enables visitors to investigate how Riley’s

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Feb03

MODERN BRITISH SCULPTURE

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MODERN BRITISH SCULPTURE

Modern British Sculpture Royal Academy of Arts, London

January 22 – April 7, 2011

The Royal Academy of Arts is currently presenting the first exhibition for 30 years to examine British sculpture of the twentieth century. The show represents a unique view of the ...

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