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GALLERIES NOVEMBER 2016
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BARBICAN ART GALLERY
Barbican Centre, Silk Street London EC2Y 8DS
The Vulgar:
Fashion Redefined. Until Feb 5.
Major exhibition exploring the idea of taste in fashion,
featuring Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Vivienne Westwood
and many more.
Bedwyr Williams:
TheGulch. Until Jan 8.
Welsh artist Bedwyr Williams’ quest into The Gulch.
see website for opening times
t0845 1207550
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THE EAGLE GALLERY/EMH ARTS
159 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3AL
Harry Adams:
Water Springs Eternal From the Impossible
Garden of Light and other Imperfect Constructions
Demonstrating the Mechanics of Our Own Revolt.
Until Nov 5.
Harry Adams is the pseudonym used to present the
collaborativepaintings of Adam Wood and SteveLowe.
The exhibition is curated by John Marchant.
Matt Magee:
On Language and Marking Time. Dec 2–Jan 14.
Wed–Fri 11–6, Sat11–4 & by apptt020 7833 2674
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ESTORICK COLLECTION OF MODERN ITALIAN ART
39a Canonbury Square, London N1 2AN
Temporary closure of museum.
Until Jan 2017 theEstorick Collection is closed whilethe
building and garden undergo comprehensive renovation.
t020 7704 9522
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FLOWERS
82 Kingsland Road, London E2 8DP
John Keane:
If You Knew Me. If You Knew Yourself. You
Would Not Kill Me. New paintings by the former Official
British War Artist, addressing the commemoration of the
1994 genocide in Rwanda.
see also Cork Street map
tube Liverpool Street, Old Street and Hoxton
buses 55, 48, 149, 67, 242, 26
Tue–Sat10–6
t020 7920 7777
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MAP 28 LONDON
CITY, KING’S CROSS, ISLINGTON & EAST END
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FLUX
Old Truman Brewery, entrance via Ely’s Yard
91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QR
Flux Exhibition.
Nov 2–6.
The most exciting event of contemporary art represents a
rare opportunity to gain access to 140 talented artists, on
thepath to being thebig names of tomorrow.
PV Nov 3, 6.30–9.30.
Wed/Fri 11–7, Thu 11–5, Sat/Sun 11–6
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MERCERS’ HALL – NOA
2 Ironmongers Lane, London EC2V 8HE
The National Open Art Exhibition:
NOA 16. Until Nov 4.
Now in its 20th year, The National Open Art Exhibition,
(sponsored by London Wall Partners) is an annual open
competition which aims to nurture creative talent from
around the UK and Republic of Ireland.
see website for opening times, free admn
t07986 697693
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THE MILLINERY WORKS
85/87 Southgate Road, London N1 3JS
In Situ IV.
Nov 15–Dec 18.
High quality Modern Art (Phelan Gibbs, John Melville,
Edward Wolfe RA) together with John Allen FRCA carpets
and Contemporary Ceramics exhibited in room settings
with High Quality
Arts & Crafts and Cotswold School furniture.
Tue–Sat11–6, Sun 12–5, free admn
t020 7359 2019
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PANGOLIN LONDON
Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG
Ann Christopher:
All theCages haveOpen Doors.
Until Dec 23.
To celebrate the publication of Ann Christopher’s recent
monograph, Pangolin London is proud to present a
selection of sculptures and works on paper spanning all
four decades of her oeuvre.
Mon–Sat10–6
t020 7520 1480
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