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Lisa Oppenheim

Oppenheim delves into the history of photography and redefines its laws of materiality using new technologies. Read more
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Miriam Austin

Austin creates stunning sculptural objects that possess an enchanting and impending presence, whilst also retaining a peaceful quality in their idle state. Read more
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Gareth Nyandoro

Nyandoro has developed a unique technique called 'Kucheka cheka' to create his large works that spill out of their two-dimensional frame and into installations on the floor around them. Read more
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Thomas Hutton

Thomas Hutton (b. 1983, London) is definitely one to watch. His exhibition Stone Anchor at Hunter/Whitfield in Marylebone is a brilliant opportunity to understand the potential of this artist, who first trained as an architectural historian Read more

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Mary Reid Kelley

Mary Reid Kelley (b. 1979, Greenville, South Carolina, USA) combines painting, performance, and a distinctive wordplay-rich poetry in her polemical, graphically stylised videos. Performing as a First World War soldier, a grisette in revolutionary Paris, or the Minotaur, Read more

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Magali Reus

Magali Reus’ (b. 1981, Den Haag) sculptural installations derive from ideas of compartmentalised privacy often experienced in bathrooms and kitchens. Motifs of filling and emptying, stuffing and purging, Reus’ sculptures allude to fridges, toilet seats and cooking pots. Read more

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Helen Marten

Helen Marten uses sculptural assemblage and video to reflect upon the relationship between two and three dimensional form. Taking as a starting point the contemporary image world, the flattened digital space through which associations between the disparate are often Read more

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Raphael Hefti

Raphael Hefti (b.1978) engages with industrial and natural processes which are pushed and manipulated to their limits to create arresting works across a range of media including photography, sculpture and performance. From a series of beautifully coloured photograms, Lycopodium Read more

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Heather Phillipson

Heather Phillipson works with sculpture, moving image, text and sound, creating video installations and ‘talking pictures’ (video with live voice) that weave the viewer through a collage of fragmentary and evolving ideas and narratives in multi-sensory environments. As Adrian Read more

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Anna Barham

With a practice that incorporates writing, video, drawing, sculpture and performance, Anna Barham’s work interrogates language’s endless and unruly potential through the bodily and technological operations that act upon it.

Earlier projects have particularly concentrated on the structural Read more

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Oscar Murillo

Oscar Murillo works across a wide range of media and techniques, including paint, printmaking, sculpture, installation, video and events. The materials Murillo uses often inhabit his studio for a long period of time, where they accumulate the traces of Read more

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Eddie Peake

As part of our continuing Artist to Watch series we are pleased to introduce you this month to the practice of artist Eddie Peake. Read more
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Matthew Darbyshire

As part of our continuing Artist to Watch series we are pleased to introduce you this month to the practice of artist Matthew Darbyshire. Read more
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Rose Wylie

As part of our continuing Artist to Watch series we are pleased to introduce you this month to the practice of artist Rose Wylie. Read more
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Sarah Pickstone

As part of our continuing Artist to Watch series we are pleased to introduce you this month to the practice of British artist Sarah Pickstone. Read more
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Ed Atkins

As part of our continuing Artist to Watch series, we are pleased to introduce you this month to the practice of British artist, Ed Atkins. Read more
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Alice Channer

As part of our continuing Artist to Watch series, we are pleased to introduce you this month to the practice of British artist, Alice Channer. Read more
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Lindsay Seers

Our Artist to Watch for October is British artist, Lindsay Seers. Her critically acclaimed commission by Artangel, Nowhere Less Now, is currently showing at the Tin Tabenacle in London until 21 October 2012. Read more
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Jess Flood-Paddock

Our Artist To Watch for September is young British artist, Jess Flood Paddock who has a solo show at Tate Britain opening on 17 September 2012 Read more
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Nathaniel Mellors

Our Artist To Watch for August is British artist, Nathaniel Mellors, recently shortlisted for the prestigious Jarman Award 2012 Read more
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Laure Prouvost

Artist Laure Provost is primarily interested in translation, misinterpretation and linguistic misdirection. Read more
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Elizabeth Price

The work of Elizabeth Price constructs a universe in which humans are known only by the objects they leave behind. Read more
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Christina Mackie

We are delighted to announce an exciting new benefit for Contemporary Art Society members. Read more
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