Ed Atkins: ENTROPY OF A BIASED COIN at Cabinet

Ed Atkin’s new show at Cabinet – is a two-channel real-time 3D simulation, authored in a custom version of the Unreal Engine: a software development environment used to make video games.

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Charline Tyberghein: many drops make a puddle at Castor Gallery

A baseball, pair of pants, a pretzel, the internet explorer logo are just some of the symbols used within Tyberghein’s paintings. In this new series of works, these small silhouetted icons sit in a border framing the floating central motif, perhaps confronting us with some form of code to unlock the piece.

On view until 13 March
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Edmund de Waal: some winter pots at Gagosian

This is the first time in sixteen years that de Waal has made single works that are not parts of installations. They are specifically designed to be touched and held in the hand.

On view until 30 January
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Gerasimos Floratos: Nodes at Pilar Corrias

The artist’s second solo exhibition at the gallery, comprising eleven paintings and five works on paper made in 2020.

On view until 16 January 2021
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In Nature at Stephen Friedman

Communion with nature is ever more sharply highlighted for its existential importance – seeking solace and balance in nature is a time-tested way to recalibrate and regenerate the human condition.

On view until 4 January, 2021
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Chiharu Shiota: Navigating the Unknown — at KÖNIG LONDON

“The boats float within the space, like a body floating in water. Each line is like an emotion. Using threads, lines and rope is something that allows me to explore breath and space like a line in a painting.” — Chiharu Shiota

On view until 19 December
Temporarily closed

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Chiharu Shiota: Navigating the Unknown — at KÖNIG LONDON

“The boats float within the space, like a body floating in water. Each line is like an emotion. Using threads, lines and rope is something that allows me to explore breath and space like a line in a painting.” — Chiharu Shiota

On view until 19 December
Appointment required

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Rashid Johnson: Waves at Hauser & Wirth

With these new, ever-complex mosaics, the artist pushes the anxiety of the figures, both metaphorically and physically, to breaking point. Whether grouped or solitary, these ‘broken men’ speak to the collective and individual identities in the midst of shifting social realities.

On view until 19 December

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/online exhibition/ Felix Gonzalez TORRES — at David Zwirner Gallery

The exhibition recognizes this unique moment in history and reflects the ever-relevant and flexible nature of the work of Felix Gonzalez-Torres. Many of Gonzalez-Torres’s works addresses the capacity for immortality through regeneration, heightened by the experience of loss within these works.

On view until July 5, 2020

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/online exhibition/ About TIME — at White Cube Gallery

Time is a concept embedded in everyday experience. Within the fields of philosophy, science and phenomenology, it has long been analysed as a rational construct, a mechanistic means of spatial measurement, as well as an abstract idea of indivisibly flowing movement dependant on consciousness.

On view (online) until July 16

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/LOCKDOWN PROGRAMME/ — GOLDSMITHS CCA

In response to the temporary closure of the gallery Goldsmiths CCA have launched a programme that allows for ongoing contact with art and artists, and can be enjoyed from home.

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/ONLINE VIEWING ROOM/ Harold Ancart: Pools — David Zwirner

“My assistant and I were sweating a lot, complaining about the fact that almost nobody has a swimming pool in New York City. It is because of the real estate—the price per square foot, and the density of the population—that no one has one. But what if they were smaller? …” — Harold Ancart

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