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London Gallery Day 2014 London Gallery Day 2014
Friday 25th April (6 – 8pm)
Saturday 26th April (12noon – 8pm)

After a successful first edition London Gallery Day returns in 2014 bringing together over twenty contemporary art spaces in EC1 and WC1. This central area of London has quietly but steadily gathered a strong presence of commercial and not-for-profit galleries, among them internationally renowned dealers and young organisations that create a dynamic environment. London Gallery Day is an excellent occasion to explore the area and discover new spaces while attending special events and visiting a varied range of art projects.

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CUE Art Foundation, New York presents MARGARET COGSWELL Margaret Cogswell, Wyoming River Fugues, installation detail
26 April - 31 May, 2014

RIVER FUGUES: Moving the Water(s) interfaces elements of Margaret Cogswell’s previous project, Wyoming River Fugues with Ashokan Fugues, a new component that explores the New York City water supply system and the Catskill Watershed. Each River Fugues project is an individually unique installation which utilizes the musical structure of a fugue to weave together video, audio, and sculptural components into exhibitions exploring the interdependency of people, industry, and rivers.

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dm contemporary New York presents STEVEN BARIS Steven Baris, Geometries of Flow D11, 2013
5 April - 7 June, 2014

In the paintings from the Geometries of Flow series, the artist focuses particularly on what he sees as "new kinds of landscapes - highly engineered and intensely geometric," rapidly expanding and fundamentally transforming the traditional American landscape. Of particular interest is the proliferation of horizontal, massive box-like structures in low density areas beyond metropolitan areas and their suburbs - usually at the intersection of major highways.

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Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne presents IMI KNOEBEL Imi Knoebel: Raum 19 IV, Installation view, Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne, 2014
5 April - 7 June, 2014

“Despite its sculptural-installative presence, Imi Knoebel’s Raum 19 alludes to fundamental questions of painting. This is made clear by an arsenal of stretchers and its parts, that have acquit themselves of their function as picture carriers but still refer to painting at the same time.” (Bernhard Bürgi, 1989)

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Galerie Stefan Röpke presents AITOR ORTIZ Aitor Ortiz, Umbral 005, 006, 007 (Triptychon), 2014
11 April - 7 June, 2014

Transcending documentary photography of architecture and foregrounding photographic representation’s propensity to dissolve and transmute the real, Aitor Ortiz works with space, architecture and the object as a starting point to deal with a series of visual and cognitive issues.

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Diane Rosenstein Fine Art presents ELEANOR ANTIN Eleanor Antin, Constructing Helen (from Helen's Odyssey), 2007
12 April - 31 May, 2014

Eleanor Antin, who is based in San Diego, uses fictional characters, autobiography, and theatrical narrative to examine the ways that history takes shape, and also to scrutinize the role that visual representation plays in that process. For this show, the artist reflects on recurring motifs in her work to design an installation that engages the existential themes that run through her historical narratives.

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Latest Exhibition added:
Modern Art
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Eva Rothschild - What the Eye Wants
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Latest Artist added:
Christian Sawalski
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CGP London presents MARK TITCHNER Mark Titchner 'ROSE' Dilston Grove 2014, photo Miyako Narita Until 4 May, 2014

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the opening of Cafe Gallery and the 15th anniversary of the opening Dilston Grove, CGP London has commissioned a single artist to present works across it?s two spaces.

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PROJECT ANYWHERE PROJECT ANYWHERE Deadline for proposals for 2015: 1 September, 2014

Project Anywhere is an expanded exhibition model encompassing the entire globe in which the role of curator is replaced with a peer review system comparable with a refereed journal. Emphasizing research outside conventional exhibition circuits, Project Anywhere is specifically dedicated to promoting art at the outermost limits of location-specificity.

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Tate St Ives Artists Programme Tate St Ives Artists Programme Deadline for submissions: 28 April, 2014

Continuing the legacy of the artists' colony in St Ives, we are offering a number of residencies for artists and creative practitioners from between five days and six months. The Artists Programme will provide an opportunity to engage with Tate St Ives, our communities, as well as our learning and public programmes.

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PINTA LONDON 12-15 June 2014 PINTA LONDON 12-15 June 2014 12-15 June 2014

Immerse yourself in the spirit of Latin America.

Europe's only art fair dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese art.

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Galeria Fucares, Almagro presents
HOWARD URSULIAK Howard Ursuliak, Shore, 2008 22 March - 30 May, 2014

That the world appears of its own accord, there, in an intimate opening on to the world: an irretrievable spacing of the body. Not a world already turned picture but this ground that accepts the weight of the body and accommodates its posture in a displacement with what surrounds it...

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