Galleries - July 2010

57. GALLERIES JULY 10 the exact site ofPatrice Lumumba assassination in January 1961. Theatre with Milk Please Presents: One cock. No balls. Four hands. Two heads. Let’s play. Jul 15–17. Wed–Sun 12–6 Admn free, fully accessible, sign posted from Canada Water station www.cafegalleryprojects t 020 7237 1230 f THE HAYWARD GALLERY Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, SE1 Ernesto Neto: The Edges ofthe World. Jun 19–Sep 5. Brazilian artist transforms the upper galleries and sculpture terraces with new site-specific commission and new sculptural works. The New Décor. Jun 19–Sep 5. International survey of30 contemporary artists who explore interior design as a means ofengaging with contemporary culture. Admn £10, allows entry both shows. t 0871 663 2500, tickets 0871 663 2519 g IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM Lambeth Road, SE1 6HZ Outbreak 1939. Until Sep 5. Admn free. Exploring the build-up to and preparations and an overview ofSep 3 and the early months ofthe Second World War. Remembering Fromelles. From Jul 1. Explore History Centre and Explore History 1940. From May 21. Breakthrough: Selection from IWM’s British Art Collection – Nash, Nevinson, Piper, Woodrow, etc. Admn free. Transformed – Artists’ Books and Bookworks. May 1–Jul 25. Intriguing pieces examining the experience ofwar in new, unusual forms. The Children’s War: the impact ofthe Second World War looking through the eyes ofBritish children. Admn free. The Ministry of Food. Until Jan 3 2011. Admn charge. Open daily 10–6 t 020 7416 5320 h LLEWELLYN ALEXANDER GALLERY 124–126 The Cut, Waterloo, SE1 8LN (opposite The Old Vic Theatre) Not The Royal Academy 2010. Jun 14–Aug 21. A ‘Salon des Refusés’ – constantly changing exhibition of some ofthe best work rejected by this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Mon–Sat 10–7.30 inclusive t 020 7620 1322/24 f 020 7928 9469 i SKYLARK GALLERIES - Artist-Run 1.09 Oxo Tower Wharf (first floor riverside), SE1 9PH Tue–Sun 11–6 t 020 7401 9666 1 Gabriel’s Wharf, SE1 9PP Daily 11–6 t 020 7928 4005 Two friendly galleries on London’s South Bank present an exciting range ofcontemporary paintings, prints, ceramics, sculpture and photography. Admn free. j SOUTHBANK PRINTMAKERS Unit 12, Gabriel’s Wharf, (near the Oxo Tower) 56 Upper Ground, SE1 9PP Showing the work ofleading contemporary Printmakers. Artists in Focus: Libby Carreck. Jul 5–18. Lillian Chow. Jul 19–Aug 1. Mary Cossey. Aug 2–15. Diana Croft. Aug 16–29. Mon–Fri 11.30–6.30, Sat/Sun 10–8 tube Southwark, Waterloo t 020 7928 8184 k TATE MODERN Bankside, SE1 9TG Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera. May 28–Oct 3. Admn £10, concs £8.50. Photography exhibition ofpictures made on the sly, from the late 19th C. to today. Francis Alÿs: A Story ofDeception. Jun 15–Sep 5. Admn £10, concs £8.50. The most comprehensive exhibition ofhis work to date. Haris Epaminonda. May 29–Aug 30. Admn free. Martin Karlsson: London – An Imagery. Until Dec 31. Sun–Thurs 10–6, Fri–Sat 10–10 t 020 7887 8888 (advance tickets and information) Janine ‘après’. A doodle by sculptor Fm-Hirshfield, circa 1969 Comme toujour à