Entertainments – Arts

Listings of Art Events this season
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Daniel Mullen, Retroactive at Anise Gallery

ANISE GALLERY
13a SHAD THAMES
SE1 2PU

Daniel Mullen Constructing the Future
8 June to 15 July 2016
Mullen’s work transcends the flat space of the canvas and invites the viewer into a new realm which is not explicit, creating access into a wider spectrum of the possible, and the imaginary. Again employing concepts developed by the likes of Mondrian in the De Stijl movement, we see the artist’s work materialising the term ‘neo-plasticism’, referring to a branch of abstraction which uses horizontal and vertical lines and mostly primary colours.

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DESIGN MUSEUM
28 SHAD THAMES
SE1 2YD
020 7403 6933

Cycle Revolution
to 30 June
Cycle Revolution celebrates the diversity of cycling in Britain from every day commuting to Olympic competition and looks at where innovation may take riders of the future

The Design Museum will be closing at its current site on 30 June 2016 and will relocate to the former Commonwealth Institute building in Kensington and open on 24 November 2016.

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EAMES ART GALLERY
58 BERMONDSEY STREET
SE1 3UD

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St Kilda (Diptych) by Jason Hicklin on show at The Eames Gallery, Bermondsey Street

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The plastic world of ‘Now’ as described by Jeff Koons in Newport Street Gallery (Photo by Prudence Cuming Associates, © Victor Mara Ltd)

Jason Hicklin: St Kilda
16 June – 10 July
Hicklin’s paintings and etchings capture the feel of the weather and its effect on the landscape. All Jason’s work is begun outdoors. Carrying the minimum of equipment, he will walk and climb the desired area for days and sometimes nights, usually in extreme weather. Hicklin describes working outdoors in these tense and exciting conditions as a tremendously connecting experience – feeling a part of the land itself.

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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
11 May – 25 September
Art and Photography from the Pre-Raphaelites to the modern age

Conceptual Art in Britain 1964–1979
12 April – 29 August
In the 1960s artists began to abandon traditional approaches and made ideas the essence of their work. This fascinating exhibition explores this pivotal period in British history, which changed the way we think about art to this day.

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TATE MODERN
BANKSIDE
SE1 9TG
020 7887 8888

Mona Hatoum
To 21 August
This is the first major survey of Mona Hatoum’s work in the UK, covering 35 years from her early radical performances and video pieces, to sculptures and large-scale installations.

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UGLY DUCK
47/49 TANNER STREET
SE1 3PL

EU Immigrants EU Citizens – Chapter 3: A Building
18 June – 19 June
The final step of an on-going project, ‘EU Immigrants EU Citizens – Chapter 3: A Building’ is a composition of scenography-led site responsive performances, installations and participatory interventions, devised and directed by Performing Architectures – Andreas Skourtis. A multinational diverse team of EU-born London-based artists will use all spaces of 47-49 Tanner Street creating a scenographic metaphor in a durational immersive event on 18th and 19th June 2016, the weekend before the ‘EU remain-leave’ national referendum.

Classes at Ugly Duck
Vinyasa flow yoga
Mondays 6.30-7.45pm | £10

Life Drawing
Wednesdays 7.00-9.00pm

Mechanical Drawing
Second Wednesday of the month

AcroYogaDance
Tuesdays 7.00-9.00pm

Table Tennis Fight Club
Thursdays 6.30-9pm

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