Art Weekly Digest: London 27 February - 5 March 2017
Every week The Art Partners will post a carefully curated selection of cultural events to see in London.
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Opening Of The Week
Throughout his career, John Latham (1921-2006) has created an astonishingly large number of artistic work including painting, film, sculpture and engineering. In "A World View" exhibition, the Serpentine gallery brings together the most important objects from the artist’s collection including iconic spray and roller paintings and some of his films. John Latham influenced many artistic movements however his most important role is seen in developing the first phase of conceptual art in the 1960s.
The exhibition will be on show until 21 May at the Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, W2 3XA
Last Chance To See
Hales Gallery is hosting the first ever solo exhibition of Virginia Jaramillo’s works in the UK. Experimenting with materials, colours and geometrical forms she celebrates in her paintings the human perception of reality. The ‘Where the Heavens Touch the Earth’ exhibition brings together Virginia’s large-scale canvases with her ‘Visual Theorems’ works - which explore the relationship between expression, reality and perception and were created in New York between the early 1970s and the end of that decade.
The exhibition is on view until 4 March at the Hales Gallery, 7 Bethnal Green Road, E1 6LA.
Time To Book
Star Child is a mono spectacle, the original idea of which comes from the Oscar Wilde classic story and turns into a fairy-tale for adults. Dina Korzun, the only actress in this show, will take 27 roles in 60 minutes. She says that this story is very modern and realistic, it is about the every-day choice for Good or Evil that people make. This play helps the spectators to face the eternal fight between the Love and the Hate, the Spiritual and the Material.
This performance is in Russian with English subtitles: 11 March, 7.30 pm.
As part of the on-going exhibition “Revolution. Russian Art 1917-32” the Royal Academy of Arts offers its’ visitors to find out more about the leading avant-garde painter Kazimir Malevich. Led by Maria Mileeva (co-director of the Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre) this talk is built around the most important paintings of the Malevich room of 1932 which is recreated within the framework of the exhibition. Malevich’ legacy influenced many later artists who produced abstract, avant-garde and figurative works.
The talk is taking place on Wednesday, March 1, at 2.30 pm at the Royal Academy of Arts and is free with an exhibition ticket.
Hymn For The Weekend
David Hockney – an artist with “relentless commitment to experimentation”– is celebrating his 80th birthday together with Tate Britain. The most iconic images of his paintings and photographs (such as the Los Angeles swimming pools and Yorkshire landscapes) are now being shown in the gallery, some of them for the first time. This is a rare opportunity to enjoy a careful selection of work of one of the most influential British pop-art artists.
The exhibition will be shown until 29 May at Tate Britain, Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG