Gallery run 21st September

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Mary Webb at Hales Gallery with explorations of colour using rectangles as a recurring motif.

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Heidi Bucher at Parasol Unit with latex castings of interior spaces.

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Bit of a litter problem on Regent Street.

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Martine Syms at Sadie Coles with a wall piece that reads in the clockwise direction around the gallery and creates a stream of consciousness revealing amusing moments of self doubt.

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Kemang Wa Lehulere at Marian Goodman with images and sculpture based on South African strife.

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Bob And Roberta Smith at Royal Academy Of Arts with some large scale works, including these door pieces.

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Harold Ancart at David Zwirner with sublime paintings of glaciers.

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Daniel Richter of Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac with paintings inspired by figures and abstraction.

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Gary Simmons of Simon Lee with images that suggest the cinema. Names of black actors and their films have undergone a process of partial erasure.

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Gallery run 20th January

Plinth shortlist and along Thames.

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Andrea Zittel at Sadie Coles HQ in a group show exploring rooms as psychic spaces. This is part flotation tank and part survival space.

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Michael Andrews at Gagosian Gallery with 5 series of paintings including one of Uluru or AyersRock.

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Charles Avery at Pilar Corrias with more drawings from his imaginary island.

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Bright sun today casting a mysterious green glow thanks to a nearby building.

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Huma Bahbah of Stephen Friedman Gallery showing as a short-listed artist for the 4th plinth. The artist is inspired by science fiction and ancient cities.

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Heidi Bucher who shows at the Approach Gallery featured here in a group show at Sadie Coles HQ featuring rooms as psychic spaces. This is a latex imprint of her father’s study.

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Adrian Paci at Frith Street Gallery with a series of drawings on found black board materials.

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Sarah Lucas at Sadie Coles HQ with a smoking room fashioned from tabloids headlines many of which I remember from the 90’s.

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Photograph of the The Shard placed by Tom Wolseley in the entrance hall of his exhibition. Two hall mirrors make for an interesting viewpoint. Vertical Horizons is the title of his work.