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Rise Art's pick of upcoming events

The exceptional 'London Street Photography' show closes in a few days, Claude Cahun mesmerizes Paris and Jack Addis takes part in an exciting group show. Check out Rise Art's pick of the events you shouldn't miss.

By David Smith | 01 Sept 2011

September is upon us, the Rise Art team is excited by the number of seminal art exhibitions taking place prior to October's fair season. If your in London, make sure to visit the Museum of London and check out the London Street Photography exhibit, which ends this Sunday. Heres our pick of 5 must see exhibitions to visit over the week ahead.

Last Chance ending Sunday 4th of September:

London Street Photography at The Museum of London.

Finishes Sunday 4th of September. Open Daily 10am - 6pm

This fantastic exhibition showcases the streets of London from 1860 to the present. From horse drawn carrages, to war time footage and scenes from everyday life across the decades, it is easy to get lost for hours viewing the over 200 photographs on display. A worthwhile visit for any Londoner or tourist.

See Time Out London for a preview of the exhibition.

Details and further information on the Rise Art event page.


System History at 9 Waring House, Bristol. 

Jean Michel Basquiat by Jack Addis

Private View Thursday 8th of September, 6-9pm.

Show open daily from 11am-5pm from the 8th to the 11th of September.

Check out the Rise Art event listing here for details and times.

System History draws together three artists who have considered the position of humanity from within these urban-landscapes, from the physical to the virtual, through the petro-plastic to the packaged and pixelated. Vibrant. Ecstatic. Eclectic. Immediate. The exhibit features Rise Art artist Jack Addis.


Claude Cahun at Jeu de Paume, Paris.

Show open daily from 12-7pm from the 24th of May to the 25th of September .

This exhibition at Jeu de Paume, the first one on such scale to be held in France for sixteen years, brings together a broad ensemble of major works, some of which are little known or have seldom been exhibited. It highlights both the diversity and the unity of the photographic work of Claude Cahun (1894-1954).

Details and further information on the Rise Art event page


Ostalgia at the New Museum, NYC. 

Show open daily from 11am-6pm, from the 7th of June to the 25th of September. 

“Ostalgia” brings together the work of more than fifty artists from twenty countries across Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Republics. Many of the works offer a series of reportages on aspects of life and art under Communism and in the new post-Soviet countries.

Details and further information on the Rise Art event page.


Andrea Zittel, Pattern of Habit at Sprüth Magers Berlin.

Open daily from 11am - 6pm, from the 8th of June till the 10th of September. 

New work from California's Andrea Zittel. an exploration of the patterns and systems and their connection to human psychology. 

Details and further information on the Rise Art event page.

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