Exhibitions Closing This Week

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Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty

17 May - 22 August, 2021

An exhibition celebrating French artist Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985), one of the most singular and provocative voices in postwar modern art. 

Jennifer Packer: The Eye Is Not Satisfied With Seeing

19 May - 22 August, 2021

“My inclination to paint, especially from life, is a completely political one. We belong here. We deserve to be seen and acknowledged in real time. We deserve to be heard and to be imaged with shameless generosity and accuracy.” – Jennifer Packer

This exhibition, the artist’s first outside of the US, includes paintings and drawings from the past decade alongside recent work.

Sedrick Chisom: Twenty Thousand Years of Fire and Snow

15 July - 21 August, 2021

Pilar Corrias is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Sedrick Chisom, running 15 July – 20 August 2021 at the Eastcastle Street gallery. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition in the UK, showing paintings and drawings portraying a post-apocalyptic America. Sitting within the Afrofuturist tradition, Chisom’s imagined future is a mystical, speculative narrative which considers the histories of racism and otherness.

IRL (In Real Life)

8 July - 21 August, 2021

Timothy Taylor is delighted to present IRL (In Real Life), a group exhibition of paintings, sculptures and textile-based works. The title of the exhibition draws from a phrase popularised on the Internet in the mid-1990s, which refers to the division in social relationships between life online and offline—the ‘real one’. Yet in the context of a pandemic that profoundly reduced human contact, cyberspace has come to dominate the ways we work, socialise and connect with the world, blurring the distinction between real and virtual experiences. IRL features work by Kesewa Aboah, Rebecca Ackroyd, Alma Berrow, Lily Bertrand-Webb, Will Brickel, Sahara Longe, Lydia Pettit, Jiab Prachakul, Alexis Ralaivao, Erin M. Riley, Antonia Showering and Honor Titus.

Poetic Sustenance: Ryan Christopher, Miranda Forrester, Joseph Olisaemeka Wilson

5 July - 21 August, 2021

Tiwani Contemporary is pleased to present a three-person exhibition of work by a group of new, emerging voices in contemporary art including Ryan Christopher (UK), Miranda Forrester (UK) and Joseph Olisaemeka Wilson (USA). Poetic Sustenance marks the debut showing of these artists at the gallery.

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