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November 2019

06
November
Wednesday

Sally Moore @ Martin Tinney Gallery

6 November 2019 - 21 November 2019
Martin Tinney Gallery,

Sally Moore explores mood, memory and states of mind through the use of surreal metaphor in this exhibition, which marks the publication of a major new book about her work. The book, titled Sally Moore: Acting Up, shows her paintings as a kind of demonstration, taking back control from the hidden worries and fantasies that plague most of us.

06
November
Wednesday

Varvara Shavora @ Patrick Heide Contemporary

6 November 2019 - 20 December 2019
Patrick Heide Contemporary,

Inna's Dream is a continuation of Varvara Shavora's ongoing quest into her family’s history, asking questions about power, authority and male and female representation as well as the interface between individual and collective history.

07
November
Thursday

Chloe Freemantle RWS & others @ Piers Feetham Gallery

7 November 2019 - 30 November 2019
Piers Feetham Gallery,

‘Variations on a theme’ refers to the ways in which these three artists: Chloe Freemantle, Janet Patterson and Ruth Stage, select from the various sources that feed their imagination; choose the form of language with which to express themselves so as to enable the metamorphosis from idea to painted object, in three different painting styles.

08
November
Friday

Nina Pandolfo @ JD Malat Gallery

8 November 2019 - 7 December 2019
JD Malat Gallery,

This exhibition, a project that has been over a year in the making, is closely connected with Nina Pandolfo herself – a reflection of her personal experiences and the vibrantly multicultural world around her. Heavily inspired by women who embrace and embody different cultures, the women in her works are greater than their race-specific traits and instead are more universal. One thing unites these women, their strength and delicacy which form an integral role in Pandolfo’s signature style.

08
November
Friday

Patricia Treib @ Kate Macgarry

8 November 2019 - 14 December 2019
Kate Macgarry,

Patricia Treib works at an immersive scale, one that feels closer to the size of a bed than a door. Nearly all her paintings are executed in the span of a single day. Working quickly but deliberately, Treib lays the canvas on the floor and then uses wide hake brushes to sweep paint over the surface, wiping out a gesture and repeating it until each trace is both immediate and precise. The mobility of these gestures determines the mobility of…

09
November
Saturday

Bea Forshall @ The Bowie Gallery

9 November 2019 - 23 November 2019
The Bowie Gallery,

Engravings of endangered species - birds, beetles, moths, by Bea Forshall.  

09
November
Saturday

Emma Stibbons RA @ Rabley Gallery

9 November 2019 - 21 December 2019
Rabley Drawing Centre & Gallery,

In Territories of Printmaking, 1994 – 2019,  Emma Stibbon is ‘artist as witness’ to our landscape and environment on the cusp of change: polar regions; volcanoes; deserts; coastal and urban. Through the alchemy of printmaking Stibbon envelops us in her experiences with monumental woodcuts and tactile intaglio prints, where volcanic ash is embedded into the printing plate. There is a seriousness that underpins this endeavour; a combination of craft and emotion that is unflinching, raw and questioning.

10
November
Sunday

Ruth Beloe @ The Old Fire Engine House, Ely

10 November 2019 - 1 December 2019
The Old Fire Engine House, Ely,

Ruth Beloe specialises in portrait and figurative drawing and sculpting using the 'sight-size' technique.  

13
November
Wednesday

Celia Paul @ Victoria Miro

13 November 2019 - 20 December 2019
Victoria Miro,

The exhibition coincides with the publication of Celia Paul’s memoir, Self-Portrait, and the release of a documentary film about the artist by Jake Auerbach. The exhibition, focuses on the two key tenets of her work: portraiture and landscape. Alongside a body of new paintings, curated by Hilton Als.  These works address the abiding themes of Paul’s art – memory and family, the gulf between outward appearance and inner life – while offering touchstones for wider thoughts about time, transience, spirituality and…

13
November
Wednesday

Annabel Pope @ Owen Mumford Gallery

13 November 2019 - 12 January 2020

Annabel Pope is a leading wildlife artist who travels the world to visualize and witness wildlife in its natural environment, which is the inspiration for all her work.

14
November
Thursday

Nana Goldin @ Marian Goodman Gallery

14 November 2019 - 11 January 2020
Marian Goodman Gallery,

This major exhibition, Sirens consists of an important range of historical works together with three new video works presented for the first time. Over the past year Nan Goldin has been working on a significant new digital slideshow titled Memory Lost (2019), recounting a life lived through a lens of drug addiction. This captivating, beautiful and haunting journey unfolds through an assemblage of intimate and personal imagery to offer a poignant reflection on memory and the darkness of addiction.  

21
November
Thursday

Selma Parlour @ Pi Artworks

21 November 2019 - 11 January 2020
Pi Artworks,

Selma Parlour is known for her oil paintings that look as though they are drawn, dyed, or printed.  Activities for the Abyss showcases the artist’s soft films of luminescent colour, her delicately-rendered pencil-like oil-made lines and sumptuously refined matt surfaces, her diagrammatic approach that stresses painting’s two-dimensionality, her units of colour inlaid as though through a process of marquetry, her fascination with homeless representation, trompe-l’oeil illusion, multi-stable perception, and cognitive completion, her emphasis on mise en abyme, repetition (with variation and displacement), and the…

21
November
Thursday

Hilary Lloyd @ Sadie Coles Hq

21 November 2019 - 20 December 2019
Sadie Coles Hq,

Hilary Lloyd’s new exhibition Car Park features a body of work – spanning video, painting and installation – in which she captures the sights and sounds of an urban landscape. Most of the videos in the exhibition were shot in Thamesmead in southeast London, close to her studio. Focusing on small, seemingly incidental details (a car park, geese on a lake, leaves) Lloyd has distilled everyday spectacles and experiences into an array of painted images, video sequences and overlapping sounds.

22
November
Friday

Michaela Yearwood-Dan @ Tiwani Contemporary

22 November 2019 - 11 January 2020
Tiwani Contemporary,

'After Euphoria', is an exhibition by Michaela Yearwood-Dan, which reflects on subjectivity and individual identity as forms of self-determination. Through painting, she explores how selfhood and personal experience – especially love and loss – marks of existence – constitute a vital and highly personal process of self-historicization vis-à-vis identity formation. 'After Euphoria' draws heavily on the vicissitudes of the artist's own romantic life – past and present - exploring what the artist calls the ‘bitter-sweet reality’ that arrives in the aftermath of heightened…

22
November
Friday

Helen Johnson @ Pilar Corrias

22 November 2019 - 4 January 2020
Pilar Corrias,

Paintings by Helen Johnson that represent contemporary issues, based on the spasming of stock market graphs; fragments of texts from bygone days of pre-mechanical mining and logging; desert islands; and the layout of the Australian Parliament House.

28
November
Thursday

Jacqueline De Jong @ Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

28 November 2019 - 18 January 2020
The Box, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, 6 Heddon St
London, W1B 4BT United Kingdom

Jacqueline de Jong’s exhibition Resilience(s) focusses on paintings made in the 1980s and early 1990s, and brings together key works from her Upstairs Downstairs and Paysages Dramatiques series. Exuberant, sensual, violent and contradictory, Resilience(s) manifests the defiance and adaptability inherent in de Jong’s practice.

30
November
Saturday

Marion Fink @ Beers, London

30 November 2019 - 21 December 2019
Beers, London,

Marion Fink's, monotype* figures find themselves in surreal scenarios, sublimely interacting with rudimentary features of our world, like rocks, water concrete or steel constructions. Their motives or supposed ruminations (or perhaps those are meditations belonging to the artist) are scrawled, like ‘automatic writing’* across the painted surface. Fink’s works are personalized studies on her perception of reality, her awareness of space, ideology, and practice as it develops and unfolds around her.  Joint exhibition with Sebastian Neeb

December 2019

04
December
Wednesday

Sara Armstrong-Jones @ Redfern Gallery

4 December 2019 - 10 January 2020
Redfern Gallery,

In this exhibition, Pathways, here is what Sara Armstrong-Jones says of her work: “A particular quality of light or the natural shapes and patterns formed by stones and leaves scattered on the path often catch my eye whilst out walking. A few quick informative marks in my drawing book and gathered pieces of rock, fallen leaves or lichen hold an invaluable memory which can be the start of a new subject.”  

05
December
Thursday

Julie Ann Steward @ Hundred Years Gallery

5 December 2019 - 15 January 2020
Hundred Years Gallery,

A submission by, Julie Ann Steward  to the Gallery's Open Call 2019 – Change: For better or worse. For richer or poorer. The resulting exhibition, Timespan St Pancras (from gasometer to champagne bar) 2014-2019, (charcoal on paper), is an effort to convey in a single work the sense of dramatic transformation that began over twenty years ago. Timespan Liverpool Street 2015-2019(charcoal, pastel and collage on paper) is a similar piece. These and two other works are notional milestones marking the passage of time and…

16
December
Monday

Rachel Louise Bailey @ Alice Black Gallery

16 December 2019 - 21 December 2019
Alice Black Gallery,

‘Resurrect’, is a monumental new installation by Rachael Louise Bailey  and Johnny Woodford. The collaborative work shows a large section of a fallen oak tree resurrected in the gallery.

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