Yto Barrada @ Barbican

The Barbican’s Curve Gallery is almost a piece of architectural art in its own right. Its sweeping structure is therefore the perfect space in which to exhibit artwork that comments on structure and form. Yto Barrada’s current show, Agadir, considers how the city and its citizens respond to reinvention – a process that inevitably involves […]

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Azeri Art @ Gazelli

Amongst dozens of white-cube style Mayfair galleries filled with contemporary, modern and old-master art that predominantly originates from Europe and North America, one of the exhibition spaces has been taken over by work from a location that does not often become part of the conversation of the London art scene. her shey qayidacaq* at Gazelli […]

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Jason Noushin @ Susan Eley

Long-limbed women composed of cigarette packaging, torn-up comic books and thick layers of paint sit with their legs crossed and their striking, angular faces turned away from their viewer. These mysterious ladies are part of a series of paintings, drawings and sculptures by Jason Noushin currently on display at Susan Eley Fine Art that are […]

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Alex Da Corte @ Josh Lilley

Somewhere in the heart of Fitzrovia lies a gallery that has been given a psychedelic makeover. Neon signs, fluorescent lighting and 90s style box-televisions have taken over the traditional gallery environment so that not an inch of white wall space at Josh Lilley remains in sight. This surreal utopia is what makes up BAD LAND, […]

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Rose Wylie @ Serpentine Sackler

Many of us will have memories of going to the river to feed the ducks as children. It might seem apt then, that Rose Wylie’s current exhibition at the Serpentine Sackler in the middle of Hyde Park, and a stone’s throw from the Serpentine River, has been titled Quack Quack. Rose Wylie received her MA […]

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Latif Al Ani @ Coningsby

Imagine Iraq between the years 1950 and 1970. What does it look like to you? In the west our idea of the country is of a hostile place, ravaged with war. But Iraq is an ancient place. Historically, what we now know as Iraq was Mesopotamia, it was known as the cradle of civilisation, where […]

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Love in a Cold Climate @ The Dot Project

The title given to Flora Alexandra Ogilvy and India Whalley’s co-curated exhibition at The Dot Project would suggest for a downcast room full of wintery landscapes populated by pining figures. In reality, the gallery in Fulham has become home to a series of abstract paintings made by artists that the duo found on social media. […]

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