Galleries - October 2016

56 GALLERIES OCTOBER 2016 a BARBICAN ART GALLERY Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined. Oct 13–Feb 5. Major exhibition exploring the idea of taste in fashion, featuring Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Vivienne Westwood and many more. Bedwyr Williams: The Gulch. Until Jan 8. Welsh artist Bedwyr Williams’ quest into The Gulch. see website for opening times t 0845 1207550 t @BarbicanCentre f BarbicanCentre b 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. Oct 6–Nov 5. Harry Adams is the pseudonym used to present the collaborative paintings of Adam Wood and Steve Lowe. The exhibition is curated by John Marchant. Wed–Fri 11–6, Sat 11–4 & by appt t 020 7833 2674 c ESTORICK COLLECTION OF MODERN ITALIAN ART 39a Canonbury Square, London N1 2AN Temporary closure of museum. From Aug 2016 to Jan 2017 the Estorick Collection is closed while the building and garden undergo comprehensive renovation. t 020 7704 9522 t @Estorick f estorickcollection d FLOWERS 82 Kingsland Road, London E2 8DP Edward Burtynsky: Salt Pans. Until Oct 29. New large-scale aerial photographs produced this year in the Little Rann of Kutch, India. Edward Burtynsky: Essential Elements. Until Oct 29. Works from the past four decades addressing the impact of human activity upon urban and natural environments. see also Cork Street map tube Liverpool Street, Old Street, Hoxton buses 55, 48, 149, 67, 242, 26 Tue–Sat 10–6 t 020 7920 7777 t @flowersgallery MES EVER S H O LT RD B L A C K W A L L T U N N E L N O R T H E R N A P P R O P A N C R A S R O A D C A M D E N R H S T P E T E R ' S S T FA RRI N G D O N RD G O S W E L L R D RO S E B E R Y A VE BR I C K L A N E Q UE E NSBR I DG E R D R I C HM O ND R D S O U T H G A T E R D W OB U R N R D G RA Y' S I N N RD ST JOH N S T L O N D ON W AL L H O X T O N S T K I N G S L A N D R O A D K I N GR AH A M ROA D M A R E S T R E E T R O M A N R D E ESSEX ROAD N E W N O R T H R O A D U P P E R S T R OA D B A L L S P O N D R O A D YORK W AY A L E D O N I A N R O A D L I V E R P O O L R O A D H A C K N E Y RO A D B E T H N A L G R E E N R D V I C T O R I A P A R K R O A D F E N C H URC H S T B I S H O P S G A T E CI TY R D F L E E T S T T R A N D N EW G A T E S T F A I R F IE L D R D N H I G M O R I N G L A N E P E N T O N V I L L E E U S T O N R O A D R D C I T Y R O A D T HE HIGHWAY C O MM ERCI AL ROAD C T O R I A E M B A N K M E N T O X F O R D S T R E E T H O L B O R N C L E R K E N W E L L R D O L D S T R E E T W H I T E C H A P E L H I G H S T B O W R D B Liverpool Street Moorgate Aldgate East Temple Angel Old Street Tower Hill King's Cross Bethnal Green Highbury & Isl. Whitechapel Chancery Lane Bl kf i Barbican Cannon St Dalston Junction Hackney Wick a g f b h e c d MAP 30 LONDON CITY, KING’S CROSS, ISLINGTON & EAST END e FLUX Old Truman Brewery, entrance via Ely’s Yard, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QR Flux Exhibition. Nov 2–6. *ad The most exciting event of contemporary art represents a rare opportunity to gain access to 140 talented artists, on the path to being the big names of tomorrow. PV Nov 3, 6.30–9.30. Wed/Fri 11–7, Thu 11–5, Sat/Sun 11–6 t @fluxexhibition f FLUXexhibition f MERCERS’ HALL – NOA 2 Ironmongers Lane, London EC2V 8HE The National Open Art Exhibition: NOA 16. Oct 27–Nov 4. *ad 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 t 07986 697693 g THE MILLINERY WORKS 85/87 Southgate Road, London N1 3JS Arts & Crafts: Furniture and Artefacts. Oct 1–31. Showing for sale with Modern Paintings and Contemporary Art and Craft. Tue–Sat 11–6, Sun 12–5, free admn t 020 7359 2019 t @21stCFurniture f MillineryWorks h PANGOLIN LONDON Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG Ralph Brown: The Figure in the Fifties & Sixties. Until Oct 22. Deeply rooted in the figurative tradition, Pangolin London casts a new light on Ralph Brown’s early work and its influences and inspirations on other Modern British Sculptors. Mon–Sat 10–6 t 020 7520 1480 t @pangolinlondon f pangolinlondon