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PEER and Large Glass, London presents OUT OF NOWHERE ÁKOS EZER - EXPEDITION IN THE BACKYARD
15 July - 17 September, 2016

A presentation of Jeremy Moon’s work by Neil Clements

Out of Nowhere features the work of British abstract painter Jeremy Moon (b.1934–1973). Amongst the first artists in Britain to interrogate the use of the shaped canvas, Moon was a significant figure in the 1960s London art scene, known for his playful use of colour and pattern while adhering to a practice that was rigorously non-representational. A mainstay of the exhibition programme at the Rowan Gallery his contemporaries included Bernard Cohen, John Hoyland and Phillip King.

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Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich presents VLASSIS CANIARIS ÁKOS EZER - EXPEDITION IN THE BACKYARD
11 June - 13 August, 2016

Galerie Peter Kilchmann is pleased to announce itsfirst solo exhibition with Greek artist Vlassis Caniaris (1928-2011). The exhibition marks the artist’s first solo show in Switzerland and brings together paintings, objects and sculptures from the 1960’s, 1970’s and 1980’s.

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Seacourt - The Centre for Contemporary Printmaking, Bangor, N.Ireland presents TEPPONG HONGSRIMUANG and JAKKEE KONGKAEW KATE BONNER: The other side of this side
9 June - 22 July, 2016

This is the first UK exhibition by Thai artists Teppong Hongsrimuang and Jakkee Kongkaew. Both artists create large scale woodcuts focusing on detailed observations of everyday life and landscape. Hongsrimuang has won numerous awards for his social realist depictions of temporary shacks that house construction workers on building sites. He seeks to reveal the labourer camp’s human stories through the careful rendering of objects which reveal the cultural origin of the workers, many of whom travel from the countryside to find employment. Utilising only tone Hongsrimuang manages to give the corrugated tin shacks a monumental quality, reflective of his respect for the workers who live in them.

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Latest Exhibition added:
Nanda/Hobbs Contemporary
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Anthony White: Crossing The Rubicon
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Latest Artist added:
Christopher Onorato
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POSITIONS BERLIN presents
Art Fair announces exhibitors 2016 POSITIONS BERLIN Art Fair announces exhibitors 2016 15-18 September 2016

For the third time Berlin’s youngest art fair POSITIONS BERLIN takes place during the Berlin Art Week. From 15?18 September, once again POSITIONS BERLIN Art Fair shows its visitors at Postbahnhof what is important for the international art scene: discovering and rediscovering, quality and a discourse that reaches both established collectors and a young audience that is enthusiastic about art.

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aspex, Portsmouth presents
BEN COVE Ben Cove, Dissenter, 2015 2 July - 29 August, 2016

Aspex is proud to present Double Dutch, the recent work of the artist Ben Cove. It is with a mixture of sadness and celebration that we honour the promised exhibition that was programmed before Ben’s unexpected and untimely death from a short illness.

Cove’s work explores the nature of painting and the object by installing paintings within large found images and sculptures. These investigate ideas of the constructed world, with reference to a broad range of influences, including 20th century modern architecture, art, design, museology and furniture,which Cove referred to looking at “out of the corner of my eye”.

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Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles presents
CARLA VAN DE PUTTELAAR Carla van de Puttelaar, Untitled, 2006 18 June - 27 August, 2016

Best known for her luminous nude studies characterized by their exquisite use of light and subtle color, Carla van de Puttelaar’s pictures engage the sense of touch almost as much as the sense of sight. Human skin becomes its own landscape ? a place where every freckle, crease, and mark is a noted event. Read On...