Gallery run 25th November

Regent’s Canal to Hackney and Old St.

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Patricia Treib at Kate MacGarry with delicate paintings using repeated motifs.

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Matthew Darbyshire at Herald Street with images of his partner and muse made from extruded clay tubing bent to the contours of the figure.

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Anselm Kiefer at White Cube with vitrines and sculptures using lead sheet and the iconic sunflower.

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Goshka Macuga at Kate MacGarry. The pipes symbolise exchanges of ideas.

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Thierry Noir

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Alex Hartley at Victoria Miro.

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Bojan Sarcevic at Stuart Shave Modern Art.

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Fergal Stapleton at Carl Freedman Gallery with lit objects against dark backgrounds.

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Joachim Schmid at Hollybush Gardens showing a series of Brazilian football pitches with irregular dimensions due to encroaching roads and houses. Aerial photograph.

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Gallery run 10th June

Listened to Mary Heilman about her exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery the day before. North over Lambeth Bridge to Rob Tufnell. Cafe, bread, meeting about cycle trip to York and on to Hollybush Gardens. Then North East to Regent’s Canal. Wilkinson Gallery, The Approach and South to Brick Lane Bagel-Bake. Opening at Kate Macgarry and back South over Tower Bridge.

231Evan Holloway at The Approach. He usually creates coloured arrays of natural forms. Here is something different.

232Ketty la Rocca at Wilkinson Gallery was a 60’s Italian artist who explored personal identity. Her beautiful black i sculptures are shown here, actually photographed through a separate mirror installation of hers.

233I saw this on Wharf Road.

234Lubaina Himid at Hollybush Gardens with decorated trolleys.

235Mary Heilmann at Whitechapel Gallery with images that are gridded yet expressionist.

236Goshka Macuga at Kate Macgarry with a wool tapestry originally shown at the Berlin Biennale 2014.

237Reto Pulfer at Hollybush Gardens with casually stitched fabrics and dyed canvas.

238Knut Henrik Henriksen at Hollybush Gardens with artwork inspired by packaging.

239Will Benedict at Rob Tufnell with work inspired by a scientist’s battle with the pesticide industry.