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The annual Frieze art fair was held in Regents Park this past October for blue-chip galleries to display their most lucrative, exciting, artworks for sale. As per each year, it was hyper-commercial, conservative, and chaste. Thankfully Bruce LaBruce’s exhibition “The Visitor” at a/political came as a full-frontal antidote.
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An eclectic experience where art and music collide in an unique moment. The hyper-digital music festival is organised in two major annual events: LEV Festival (27 - 30 April) in Gijón and LEV Matadero (21 - 24 September) in Madrid.
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In conversation with Saló, the mystifying fusion of noise, prog rock and psychedelic tunes attempting to imagine a “dreamy and decadent” Roman renaissance.
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A retrospective examining Marina Abramovic’s work in London.
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“Black + Light Theater – the Takeover III” from Anticlone Gallery. In partnership with Mandrake for Frieze Art Week London. It featured a week-long programme of events showcasing multidisciplinary artists specialising in sound, performance, moving image and interactive installations. It was curated by Sade English and Maria Abramenko.
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As summer renders to fall, the streets of London have been filled with a compelling poster campaign that invites passersby to pause and ponder. Titled "Woman Life Freedom," in collaboration with UNCLE, queer artist Sepehr Badiei showcased an evoking narrative of resilience and unity through their unique art project, dedicated to women's empowerment.
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UK house duo Gorgon City is gearing up to host their celebrated event series, REALM, at London's innovative new venue, DRUMSHEDS, on October 14th spanning on three expansive rooms within the venue, with a lineup of established and emerging talent from the UK and around the world
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Hailing from the eastern part of France and shaped by the vibrant surroundings of Paris, Alban's unique background in art philosophy and semiotics has had a profound influence on his artistic endeavors.
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Antony Gormley is one of Britain’s most important contemporary sculptors, and installations of his work have taken place worldwide. Deeply charmed by the phenomena of the body such as the unseeable space the body occupies and its relationship to architecture, he creates works that replicate the memories of our bodies with sculptures that range from the semi-realistic to the semi-abstract.
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The exhibition curated by SADE ENGLISH promises to be an immersive and thought-provoking experience celebrating the diversity and non-conformity of contemporary art.
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Curated by Karen and Christian Boros, twenty-five contemporary artists reflect upon the marginal times we live in alongside the consequences of an ever-digitising world on our bodies and social dynamics
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Founder member of The Horrors, in demand video director, visual artist and sound artist in his own right. We talk to Tom Furse about all that the future holds.