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Bloomsbury and Fitzrovia Art Shows.
Underground: Tottenham Court Road, Russell Square, Holborn, Goodge Street
Apr 1-30
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ABBOTT & HOLDER
ADAM GALLERY - LONDON
AUSTIN/DESMOND FINE ART
CONTEMPORARY CERAMICS CENTRE
DÉBUT ART & THE CONINGSBY GALLERY
GALLERY DIFFERENT
OCTOBER GALLERY
REBECCA HOSSACK ART GALLERY
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    ADAM GALLERY - LONDON
    67 Mortimer Street, W1W 7SE
    Eduardo Chillida: Graphic Works. Apr 1-25.
    Collection of Graphic Works by this internationally renowned Basque artist.
    Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-3
    e-m info@adamgallery.com
    web http://www.adamgallery.com
    t 020 7580 4360




























 
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    AUSTIN/DESMOND FINE ART
    Pied Bull Yard, 68/69 Great Russell Street, WC1B 3BN
    Specialist in Modern British, International and Contemporary Art.
    Viennese Season: Actionism. Until Apr 4.
    Examines, in collaboration with Richard Saltoun Gallery, this sensational movement born out of expressive action painting in Vienna in the late 1950s, focusing on the work of Günter Brus, Otto Mühl, Hermann Nitsch and Rudolf Schwarzkogler.
    Mon-Fri 10.30-5.30
    e-m gallery@austindesmond.com
    web http://www.austindesmond.com
    t 020 7242 4443 f 020 7404 4480

























 
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    CONTEMPORARY CERAMICS CENTRE
    63 Great Russell Street, WC1B 3BF
    Tony Laverick - Fired Alchemy. Mar 27-Apr 26.
    Through a combination of human judgment and specialist technique, Tony Laverick achieves layers of interest with colour and texture and creates beautiful porcelain vessels. Modern age alchemy and art in harmony.
    Mon-Sat 10.30-6
    e-m info@cpaceramics.com
    web http://www.cpaceramics.com
    t 020 7242 9644


























 
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    DÉBUT ART & THE CONINGSBY GALLERY
    30 Tottenham Street, W1T 4RJ
    Fireworks for Dead Men. Mar 24-Apr 4.
    New works by renowned illustrator Joe Wilson, influenced by the ideas and practice of Memento Mori.
    Euphoric Trumps. Apr 22-May 3.
    Exhibition of Anglo-Mexican influenced computer generated characters by leading artist Craig Robinson.
    9-6 weekdays
    e-m info@coningsbygallery.com
    web http://www.debutart.com
    web http://www.coningsbygallery.com
    t 020 7636 7478


























 
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    GALLERY DIFFERENT
    14 Percy Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 1DR
    In Parallel. Painting by Paul Lisak and photography by Noushin Ourmazd exploring themes of identity in Iran and in London within a context of religious, cultural and political tension.
    My Point of View. Until Apr 22.
    An Exhibition of landscapes by Gallery Artists.
    Tue-Fri 10.30-6, Thur 10.30-8, Sat 11-5
    e-m info@gallerydifferent.co.uk
    web http://www.gallerydifferent.co.uk
    t 020 7637 3775


























 
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    OCTOBER GALLERY
    24 Old Gloucester Street, WC1N 3AL
    Tian Wei. Feb 5-Apr 5.
    Chinese artist's first solo exhibition in the UK.
    35 Years of Transvangarde: Contemporary art from around the planet. Apr 10-May 3.
    October Gallery celebrates its 35th anniversary with an exhibition of works by some of the most outstanding artists from around the world: El Anatsui, Kenji Yoshida, William S. Burroughs, Laila Shawa, Gerald Wilde and Aubrey Williams.
    Tue-Sat 12.30-5.30, or by appt, admn free
    tube Holborn/Russell Square
    e-m art@octobergallery.co.uk
    web http://www.octobergallery.co.uk
    t 020 7242 7367
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    REBECCA HOSSACK ART GALLERY
    2a Conway Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 6BA
    Peter Clark: Remix. Mar 31-May 3.
    His 8th exhibition at the Gallery, displaying a collection of collages alongside his latest work using watercolour.
    Mon-Sat 10-6
    web http://www.rebeccahossack.com
    t 020 7436 4899
    REBECCA HOSSACK ART GALLERY AT CHARLOTTE STREET
    28 Charlotte Street, W1T 2NA
    Emma Haworth: Spring. Mar 31-May 3.
    Her 7th solo at the Gallery, exploring her fascination with the seasons, using oil on linen and watercolour.
    Mon-Sat 10-6
    e-m info@rebeccahossack.com
    web http://www.rebeccahossack.com
    t 020 7255 2828

























 
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    WOOLFF GALLERY
    89 Charlotte Street, W1T 4PU
    Keith Haynes. Mar 28-May 2.
    Presents a precious collection of vinyl, re-worked and re-shaped into colourful, bold and familiar snapshots of popular culture, resulting in a playful and nostalgic exploration of popular music culture from his past to the present day.
    e-m info@woolffgallery.co.uk
    web http://www.woolffgallery.co.uk
    t 020 7631 0551


























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