Following Prudence’s penchant for linguistic brevity, the exhibition is enigmatically titled; The Call. Who or what calls, or calls upon, whom?
In this exhibition Howard returns to colour with zeal, presenting paintings that endeavour to express the instability of life, the absurd, along with fantasies of an unknowable future.
ON VIEW UNTIL 14 NOVEMBERRead More
Brook Hsu folds time, death, love, and desire into the malachite surfaces and tufts of her paintings.
ON VIEW UNTIL 1 NOVEMBERRead More
In Soothsayers, the viewers are confronted with an installation focused on materiality and light that induces a meditative, trance-like state.
ON VIEW UNTIL 27 NOVEMBERRead More
For his site-specific installation, the artist assembles hundred old wheelbarrows that he collected from workers in Ghana in exchange for new models.
ON VIEW UNTIL 19 SEPTEMBERRead More
For the video work, the artist left the production to a film crew in Lahore. In the film, Mahmood makes the instructions from the director, cameraman, and assistant audible, so that the production process develops a reality of its own.
ON VIEW UNTIL 27 FEBRUARY 2022Read More
Metal, sand, oil and minerals are alchemically combined, taking on new forms and grounding the viewers in the immediate.
ON VIEW UNTIL 1 OCTOBERRead More
The Poet-Engineers, a group exhibitionon view at both of the gallery’s locations, 88 Eldridge Street & 36 Orchard Street.
On view until September 25Read More
This exhibition traces the fascinating timelines of individual objects as they passed through hands and sites before, during, and after World War II, bringing forward their myriad stories.
On view until January 9, 2022Read More
“Nora Turato is a punchline critter. There is no phrase of hers I haven’t heard before …”Read More
Early works of paper, stone and wood made in Japan by American artist James Lee Byars, along with ceramic works by world-renowned Japanese potter Shōji Hamada.Read More
This exhibition of Louise Bourgeois’s art and writings explores her complex relationship with Freudian psychoanalysis.
On view until September 12Read More
Atkins tracks forms of feeling, living, and communicating hidden behind or curtailed by technological representation, which unfold into sensitive and often somber narratives.
On view until October 3Read More
Emma Stern paints virtual women, taking avatars as her muses.
On view until 14 AugustRead More
A major survey of British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, whose career spans six decades, two continents and numerous photographic genres.
ON VIEW UNTIL 24 OCTOBERRead More
An exciting new force in painting, Michael Armitage draws from Titian, Goya, Manet and Gauguin to explore East African culture and folklore.
On view until 19 SeptemberRead More
These assemblages take their visual and conceptual cues from the informal archive of her late grandfather, architect Clive Entwistle (1916-1976) a manipulative figure whose numerous female lovers were drawn into often masochistic dynamics.
On view until 28 AugustRead More
An exhibition curated by London-based racial advocacy and community organisation, Tottenham Rights, together with independent curators Kamara Scott and Rianna Jade Parker.
On view until 26 SeptemberRead More