Exhibitions

Lisson Gallery x The Vinyl Factory: Everything at Once by Aleksandra Art

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Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda's data manipulated installation 'Test Pattern [N°12]' presented alongside 'Everything at Once'

 

Exploring the group show for Lisson Gallery's 50th anniversary titled 'Everything at Once'. In partnership with The Vinyl Factory the gallery presents 25 contemporary artists with 45 works including Ai Wei Wei, Marina Abramovic, Lee Ufan, Anish Kapoor across three floors on 180 The Strand. In the video below first are the observers of artist Laure Prouvost 'Lick in the Past' 2016 film and the second part is digital artist's Cory Arcangel piece 'MIG 29 Soviet Fighter Plane and clouds' 2005. 

Susan Hiller 'Channels'

To be continued..

#artlookingatpeople by Aleksandra Art

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Art was everywhere including the outfits of the attendees and if this week you had a mandatory daily outing to Frieze at some point I'm sure you shifted your focus towards the devil in the detail. After all, we did spot a Putin sweater on his bday. 

Lights, Glitter & Play Time by Aleksandra Art

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Lights, Glitter and Play Time 

With Frieze Week approaching, it's the time of the year not to skip an overdue gallery visit and explore what hot picks of contemporary art the dealers prepared for this October. Opening today, White Cube at Bermondsey, the larger minimalist space of the gallery presents works of 3 contemporary artists: Cerith Wyn Evans, Ann Veronica Janssens and Damian Ortega.                                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Without further ado here are some the highlights of my visit, the works are on display until 12th November.

Following the grand appearance of ‘Forms in Space…by light (in time)'  at Tate Britain this summer, Welsh conceptual artist Cerith Wyn Evans light installation of dancing neon forms greets the visitors in a separate space in one of the first halls.  

Dancing Neon Forms

Dancing Neon Forms

Shifting away from materiality of objects, Ann Veronica Janssens art focuses on the viewers perception and brings a sensory experience. Using colour and light it invited visitors to immerse among the variety of mediums the artist used to achieve an illuminating journey through her hall. 

The illuminated room with Brussels based artist Ann Veronica Janssens works

The illuminated room with Brussels based artist Ann Veronica Janssens works

Ann Veronica Janssens colourful glitter sand waves (and Art World Fall-Winter 2017 collection? Noting to stick to yellow shades on my next visit) 

Ann Veronica Janssens colourful glitter sand waves (and Art World Fall-Winter 2017 collection? Noting to stick to yellow shades on my next visit) 

The third hall presents works by Mexico City based artist Damian Ortega with show titled ‘Play Time'. Interestingly he began his career as a political cartoonist and then shifted towards working with everyday objects to create incredible large scale installations. 

Damian Ortega's centre piece

Damian Ortega's centre piece

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The exhibition is open for public from 27th September '17 until 12th November '17

@White Cube

144-152 Bermondsey St, London SE1 3TQ

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