Id, Ego, Superego @ Omer Tiroche

In a new investigation of self-portraiture at Omer Tiroche in London, a mix of paintings and photographs explore a psycho-analytical theory of personality. 

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Et Dieu Crea La Femme @ Catherine Prevost

In Et Dieu Crea La Femme at Catherine Prevost in London, three contemporary artists re-position the female form, under an honest, sympathetic, feminine lens.

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Peggy Guggenheim @ Ordovas

Peggy Guggenheim (1898-1979) is probably best known for her Venice collection, but the American born socialite turned art collector actually first exhibited her pieces in London and New York before settling in Italy. In fact, she even established a gallery in Britain, Guggenheim Jeune, which ran between 1938 and 1939, and which is now the […]

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Tomaso Binga @ Mimosa House

Binga’s solo-exhibition prompts the viewer to question the gendered nature of language, using poetry, performance, collage and painting to dissect the patriarchal nature of communication.

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Wardha Shabbir @ Grosvenor Gallery

Best-known in London for her intricate miniature paintings of leaves and natural life – having been shortlisted for the Jameel Prize and subsequently exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum last year –Wardha Shabbir is now using this imagery to comment on the paths we take in life. In her new exhibition Free State at […]

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Matthew Fisher @ Taymour Grahne

Matthew Fisher’s new body of work has a surreal quality to it, comprised mostly of barren land and seascapes, questioning the relationship between reality and illusion.

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