15 Mar 2019 – 5 May 2019
A display of works by Whitney Bedford, Peter Linde Busk, Mia Feuer, Laura Buckley, Pierre Carreau, Tom Howse, Florence Hutchings, Tillman Kaiser, Benedetto Pietromarchi.
15 Mar 2019 – 17 Mar 2019
As part of the LCF MA19 season, Fashioned Worlds, will present work from a new generation of talent in fashion media, communication & performance. Encompassing MA work in fashion photography, media production, curation, fashion cultures and costume, this exhibition will take you on a journey through many worlds exploring themes such as mental health, sustainability and sub-cultures. The exhibition wil take place on the Southbank in the warehouse space Bargehouse.
How Chicago! Imagists 1960s & 70s
15 Mar 2019 – 26 May 2019
Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art
Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art presents How Chicago! Imagists 1960s & 70s, 15 March – 26 May 2019, the first significant UK exhibition in almost 40 years of work by the group of artists who have become known as the Chicago Imagists.
In the mid-1960s, Chicago saw an explosion of artistic activity centred around a small group of artists who would later become known as the Chicago Imagists. Their distinct and lively visual style would go on to influence some of the most important artists of the 20th century. Co-curated with Rosie Cooper (De La Warr Pavilion), and organised by Hayward Gallery Touring, Southbank Centre, this exhibition will focus on 14 artists and will feature painting, objects, drawings, prints and ephemera, highlighting their individual styles as well as their shared references and moments of connection.
Spencer Finch: No Ordinary Blue
15 Mar 2019 – 4 May 2019
Lisson Gallery | 67 Lisson Street
In March, Spencer Finch opens his sixth exhibition with Lisson Gallery, presenting a thematic show focusing on three central preoccupations in his work: subjectivity, gravity and light.
Following the artist’s involvement in recent large-scale public projects – from Trying To Remember the Color of the Sky on That September Morning (2014) at the National September 11 Memorial Museum in New York, to his latest commission, A Cloud Index, suspended above Crossrail’s new Paddington Station (2019) – this intimate exhibition sees Finch return to the studio, presenting a series of new works alongside recent and historic work.
Alice Anderson. Body Disruptions
12 Mar 2019 – 10 May 2019
Waddington Custot is pleased to present Body Disruptions, a solo exhibition of works by London-based performer and artist Alice Anderson.
Bringing together sculptures and drawings from solo and collective performances, the exhibition will include regular performances of Anderson’s new and unseen work,Transitional Dances (2019), for which she will be joined by performers and drummers.
Charlotte Mayer. The Space Between
13 Mar 2019 – 18 Apr 2019
To celebrate her 90th birthday, Pangolin London is proud to present a major solo show of sculpture and works on paper by Charlotte Mayer. With an array of both early and new work, the exhibition highlights Mayer’s exceptional craftsmanship and relentless dedication to making sculpture.
Born in Prague and emigrating to the UK in 1939 at the age of 10, Charlotte Mayer was one of only a few women to study at Goldsmiths and the Royal College of Art in the late 40s, at a time when women were not always welcomed into the sculpture studio. Her unquenchable energy and resilience however put her in a good stead and she started creating forms that were both visually arresting and emotionally expressive.