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  • Singapore

    Art. Exhibition. The Making of an Institution. Singapore

    11 Feb - 7 May

    The Making of an Institution

    NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore

    Three years since the official inauguration of the NTU CCA Singapore, the Centre reflects on its recent past in the format of a “public report”

  • Nottingham

    Art. Exhibition. Katrina Cowling | Pale Lithics. Nottingham

    10 Feb - 26 Mar

    Katrina Cowling | Pale Lithics

    Arts & Crafts at Malt Cross

    As part of Light Night Nottingham 2017, Arts & Crafts at Malt Cross presents a new solo show by Katrina Cowling made up of newly commissioned installations that will take over our gallery space. The exhibition will run from 10th Feburary to 26th March.

  • Bath

    Art. Exhibition. James Capper - Sculpture and Hydraulics. Bath

    10 Feb - 8 Apr

    James Capper - Sculpture and Hydraulics

    The Edge

    The works of sculptor James Capper separate into what he calls ‘DIVISIONS’ as follows: EARTH MARKING, CARVING, OFFSHORE, MATERIAL HANDLING and AVIATION.

  • London

    Art. Exhibition. Transfashional Lab. London

    9 Feb - 4 Apr

    Transfashional Lab

    Austrian Cultural Forum

    Artists and designers from Austria, Poland and the UK explores the ways in which art and fashion can shape new positions and contribute to current social, economic, cultural and environmental debates.

  • Baltimore

    Art. Exhibition. Black Box: Tamar Guimarães & Kasper Akhøj. Baltimore
  • Nottingham

    Art. Exhibition. The Place Is Here. Nottingham

    4 Feb - 30 Apr

    The Place Is Here

    Nottingham Contemporary

    A major survey of painting, sculpture, film and archives, bringing together works by more than 25 artists associated with the Black Arts Movement.

  • Hastings

    Art. Exhibition. Keith Tyson Turn Back Now. Hastings

    28 Jan - 4 Jun

    Keith Tyson Turn Back Now

    Jerwood Gallery

    Jerwood Gallery is delighted to welcome Turner Prize Winner (2002) Keith Tyson to the gallery in January to launch our 2017 exhibition programme.

  • Basel

    Art. Exhibition. Regula Mathys-Hänggi. Tagebuchbilder. Basel
  • London

    Art. Exhibition. Meditations on the Anthropocene. London

    28 Jan - 23 Apr

    Meditations on the Anthropocene


    Meditations on the Anthropocene continues an ongoing relationship between London’s Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall (BGV) and IC-98, the artists that represented Finland at La Biennale di Venice, 2015.

  • Southend-on-sea

    Art. Exhibition. Volker Eichelmann: On Peacock Island (featuring Stephen Tennant). Southend-on-sea

    28 Jan - 23 Apr

    Volker Eichelmann: On Peacock Island (featuring Stephen Tennant)

    Focal Point Gallery

    Focal Point Gallery is pleased to present ‘On Peacock Island’, the first major solo exhibition of the German artist Volker Eichelmann. The exhibition features a series of new work by the artist, incorporating a curated display of drawings by Stephen Tennant.

  • Liverpool

    Art. Exhibition. Art at the Heart of Bluecoat. Liverpool

    28 Jan - 29 Apr

    Art at the Heart of Bluecoat

    The Bluecoat

    This exhibition explores the central role of art at Bluecoat, which started over a century ago, through key personalities, exhibitions and organisations that found a home here, contributing to the unique history of the UK’s oldest arts centre.

  • New York

    Art. Exhibition. Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change. New York

    27 Jan - 7 May

    Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change

    International Center of Photography

    Today, viewers are barraged by seemingly endless streams of new kinds of media images on an unprecedented scale. Perpetual Revolution explores the relation between the overwhelming image world that confronts us, and the volatile, provocative, and often-violent social world it mirrors.

  • London

    Art. Exhibition. Future Shock: 40 Years of 2000 A.D.. London
  • Brussels

    Art. Exhibition. Philippe Leblanc. Lights and Motion. Brussels

    23 Jan - 23 Apr

    Philippe Leblanc. Lights and Motion

    Hotel Metropole

    For this first event, Hôtel Métropole has invited artist Philippe Leblanc to embellish the public areas of the building.

  • Zuid-Holland

    Art. Exhibition. Martin Creed - SAY CHEESE. Zuid-Holland

    21 Jan - 7 May

    Martin Creed - SAY CHEESE

    Voorlinden museum & gardens

    A room filled with balloons kicks off the exhibition ‘Martin Creed - SAY CHEESE!’, the second exhibition at the new Museum Voorlinden.

  • Nottingham

    Art. Exhibition. Brick Wonders - Ancient, Modern & Natural Wonders made in LEGO® bricks. Nottingham

    21 Jan - 2 Apr

    Brick Wonders - Ancient, Modern & Natural Wonders made in LEGO® bricks

    The Harley Gallery

    Warren Elsmore has recreated the Seven Wonders of the world and more using only standard LEGO® bricks.

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