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10 Exhibitions To See This Week

© The Artist, Image Courtesy of White Cube, London

Louise Giovanelli: As If, Almost

8 July – 11 September, 2022

White Cube is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by Louise Giovanelli, her first with the gallery. Taken from the Latin word ‘quasi’’ to mean ‘as if’, the title of the exhibition suggests images that carry the potential for further narratives and multiple ways of seeing.

© The Artist, Image Courtesy of Lisson Gallery, London

Christopher Le Brun: Momentarium

6 July – 20 August, 2022

For the artist’s third exhibition with Lisson Gallery, Christopher Le Brun presents a comprehensive show that can be seen as a culmination of his work to date. The exhibition features some of his most ambitious work, including monumental triptychs and diptychs, providing an opportunity to see the development of modular compositions from singular pieces through to large and highly complex canvases.

Philip Guston, Story, 1978. © Philip Guston, Image Courtesy of Timothy Taylor, London

A Thing for the Mind

7 July – 19 August, 2022

PV: 7 July, 6-8PM

Timothy Taylor is delighted to announce our summer group exhibition, A Thing for the Mind. Taking one of Guston’s most celebrated paintings – his 1978 masterpiece Story – as the heart of the exhibition, A Thing for the Mind presents work by twelve contemporary artists whose work continues to be influenced by Guston’s ideas: Louise Bonnet, George Condo, Woody de Othello, Carroll Dunham, Armen Eloyan, Maria Lassnig, Chris Martin, Eddie Martinez, Daisy Parris, Walter Price, George Rouy, and Antonia Showering. As Guston declared of his artistic credo, paraphrasing Leonardo da Vinci: ‘A painting should be a thing for the mind.’

Larry Stanton, Untitled, c.1980. Drawing on paper, 42.5 x 34.8 cm, 16 3/4 x 13 3/4 ins, © The Artist, Image Courtesy of The Artist Room London

The Male Gaze From Larry Stanton to Now

5 July – 30 July, 2022

PV: Tuesday, 5 July, 6-8PM

The Artist Room is pleased to present The Male Gaze From Larry Stanton to Now, a group exhibition featuring works by Kenneth Bergfeld, Jimmy DeSana, Cary Kwok, Paul P., Leon Pozniakow, Larry Stanton and David Weishaar.

Rinella Alfonso, Foot Fetish, 2022, Oil on canvas, 132 x 110 x 3 cm (52 x 43 1/4 x 1 1/8 in), © The Artist, Image Courtesy of Project Native Informant, London

Rinella Alfonso: Deep Nap

6 July – 6 August, 2022

PV: 6 July, 6-8PM

Project Native Informant proudly presents Deep Nap, a solo exhibition by Curaçaoan artist Rinella Alfonso. In her first UK exhibition, Alfonso constructs poetic, biomorphic abstract channels between misty memories and hallucinatory fictions. Using imagery informed by archives that she has collected over the years, rendering ordinary objects and personal symbols, her paintings become evocations, carrying knowledge we cannot fully understand but intuitively feel, speaking in a decentered and transformative language.

© The Artist, Image Courtesy of Bosse & Baum London

Kostas Sklavenitis: The moment you see it, it is already gone baby

9 July – 6 August, 2022

PV: 8 July, 5-8PM

Bosse & Baum is pleased to present The moment you see, it is already gone baby, a solo exhibition with paintings by Kostas Sklavenitis.

Cheri Smith, Writhe (detail), 2022, 65 x 42.4 cm, Oil on canvas, Courtesy of the artist and Tabula Rasa Gallery

It Is Better To Be Cats Than Be Loved

7 July – 6 August, 2022

PV: 7 July, 6-8PM

Tabula Rasa Gallery is pleased to announce the summer show “It is Better to be Cats than Loved”, opening this Thursday 7th July, 6-8pm. Bringing together paintings and ceramic works by five artists, this exhibition highlights a new generation of talents upcoming in London: Katarina Caserman, Anousha Payne, Sophie Ruigrok, Cheri Smith and Shafei Xia.

© The Artist, Image Courtesy of Jack Bell Gallery London

Mo Shaolong: Spiritual Politicians

7 July – 29 July, 2022

PV: Thursday, 7 July, 1-3PM

Jack Bell Gallery is pleased to present a solo show of new paintings by Mo Shaolong. This will be the artist’s first exhibition in the UK. Shaolong (b.1989, Henan, China) currently lives and works in Shanghai. Through his use and reflection of cinema4D software, Mo seeks to redefine the long-standing genre of portraiture. Mo sees himself as belonging to the generation informed by globalisation, the Internet, and digital technology. In this sense, his work hints at the fact that every present-day individual is a cyborg, whose ethos exhibits a human-computer hybridity.

Max Maxwell, Proteus Collection (2022), Mixed media on aluminium, 20 x 20 cm (each), © The Artist, Image Courtesy of No. 20 Arts London

Max Maxwell: PROTEAN

8 July – 3 September, 2022

PV: 7 July (RSVP Only)

PROTEAN. A solo exhibition of new works by Max Maxwell. Four years after his last solo show at No 20 Arts, the exhibition presents an exciting continuation of Maxwell’s central interests: materiality, transformation and alchemy.


© The Artist, Image Courtesy of Niru Ratnam, London

Through a Glass, Darkly: Vilte Fuller, Farnaz Gholami & Naira Mushtaq

PV: 7 July, 6-8PM

Through a Glass, Darkly’ features the works of three artists who make paintings that draw on but deliberately mis-remember, nudge and alter photographic source material that purportedly speaks of authentic cultural histories, memories and the ‘authentic’.

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