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Arts Listings for Autumn 2016

 

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ANISE GALLERY
13a SHAD THAMES
SE1 2PU

I Saw It Whole: A Virtual Deconstruction, Scarlet Mueller
17 September to 15 October 2016
By incorporating virtual reality, we are challenging the traditional binary of different media, in the hope of merging technological and fine art, while providing an exciting opportunity to get close to Scarlet Mueller’s intricate woodcut prints.

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EAMES ART GALLERY
58 BERMONDSEY STREET
SE1 3UD

Some Hebridean Islands, Norman Ackroyd
7 September – 2 October
A wonderful selection of etchings and paintings from Norman’s visits to the Hebrides and North West coast of Scotland. While half of the exhibition features new works from Norman’s latest trip to the area this year, there is also an important collection of older works from previous visits.

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NEWPORT STREET GALLERY
NEWPORT STREET
SE11 6AJ

Jeff Koons: Now
To 16 October
Having begun his career focusing on the status of the object, ‘Now’ demonstrates how Koons quickly embarked on his lifelong investigation into the means by which objects are represented and communicated. With his sculptures cast in stainless steel, he returned to the inflatable; seductively replicating pre-existing objects in the gleaming, simulated opulence of the proletarian material.

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TATE BRITAIN
MILLBANK
SW1P 4RG

Painting with Light
To 25 September
Art and Photography from the Pre-Raphaelites to the modern age
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TATE MODERN
BANKSIDE
SE1 9TG
020 7887 8888

Georgia O’Keeffe
To 30 October 2016
Georgia O’Keeffe is best known for her paintings of magnified flowers, animal skulls, and New Mexico desert landscapes. This exhibition brings together some of her most important works, including Jimson Weed/White Flower No. 1 1932, the most expensive painting by a female artist ever sold at auction.

Bhupen Khakhar
To 6 November 2016
Renowned for his unique figurative style and incisive observations of class and sexuality, Bhupen Khakhar (1934-2003) played a central role in modern Indian art and was a key international figure in 20th century painting. This landmark exhibition showcases vivid works on canvas, luminous watercolour paintings and experimental ceramics.


	
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