Current Events #34. A selection of UK art exhibitions and events for week 34 of 2017.
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Landscape as a Peopled World
14 July – 2 September 2017
Paintings and drawings by Hannah Murgatroyd.
Bradninch Place, Gandy Street
Michael Armitage: Peace Coma
26 May – 24 September 2017
This exhibition by Michael Armitage brings together a group of approximately 20 new and recent works. Armitage’s powerful and lyrical paintings on Ugandan lubugo bark cloth draw on personal and collective memories of life in Kenya, news and images circulating online, as well as Western art history.
Kent CT9 1HG
2 – 31 August 2017
Featured artists include: Frank Auerbach, Werner Büttner, John Davies, Pamela Golden, Bill Jacklin, Ken Kiff, Nina Murdoch, Hughie O’Donoghue, Victor Pasmore, Paula Rego. Graphic works by featured artists include: Polly Apfelbaum, Paul Hodgson, Beatriz Milhazes.
6 Albemarle Street
19 August – 30 September 2017
An exhibition of work by painters, printmakers and ceramicists that have been inspired by the both British & European landscapes.
229 Mary Vale Road
4 – 27 August 2017
David Small’s abstract paintings are exhibited upon the severe optic disruptions of Jeremy Willett’s black and white wallpapers, themselves abstracted from photographs of brutalist walls. I found the combination strikingly effective, I really enjoyed the feeling of optical illusion and was surprised that they didn’t overwhelm each other..
57a Redchurch Street
Art Will Find A Way
15-26 August 2017
The Ajags Gallery is pleased to present ‘Art Will Find A Way’, an exhibition that includes painting, photography, sculpture, and installation by Mayowa Ajagunna (of the Ajags Gallery), Saman Gedara, Mary Osinibi and Princess Idowu.
159 Bethnal Green Road
London E2 7DG
(Just off Brick Lane in East London)
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all images are copyright of the artist
The image at the top is:
Oil on Lubugo bark cloth, 150x196cm, 2015.
by Michael Armitage who is showing at Turner Contemporary.
© Michael Armitage. Image © White Cube (George Darrell).