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.

On view until 6 February
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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 February
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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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The Gee’s Bend Quiltmakers at ALISON JACQUES GALLERY

The first solo exhibition in Europe devoted to three generations of women artists living in Gee’s Bend, officially known as Boykin, a remote black community situated on a U-turn in the Alabama River.

On view until 6 February
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