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Rise Art's pick of upcoming events.

The Lisson gallery opens in Milan with a group show curated by Ryan Gander as the Thomas Struth show at the Whitechapel comes to an end with special 'Dusk till Dawn' opening hours. Heres our selection of the weeks events.

By David Smith | 13 Sept 2011


Thomas Struth's incredible show is ending at the Whitechapel at the end of this week. Whilst The Lisson gallery opens its new space in Milan with a group show curated by Ryan Gander including new works by Corey Archangel and Haroon Mirza. Richard Serra's new show at the Gagosian in New York City opens on Wednesday, with what has been said to be Serra's most challenging work yet. All that and more in this weeks events you shouldn't miss. 

Last Chance ending Friday the 16th of September.

Thomas Struth: Photographs 1978-2010 at the Whitechapel Gallery, London.

Open from 11am till 6pm daily. With a late opening till 9pm on Thursday the 15th and 'Dusk Till Dawn' opening times from 8.30am till Midnight on Friday the 16th. 

 Life-sized images of tourists enraptured by art, intimate family portraits, epic panoramas of colossal technology projects and quiet pictures of empty streets, are all in the first UK survey of German artist Thomas Struth, one of the most important photographers of the late 20th century.

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Richard Serra, Junction / Cycle at the Gagaosian Gallery, New York. 

Private View on Wednesday September the 14th from 6-8pm, open daily from the 15th from 10am till 6pm.  

Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present Junction (2011) and Cycle (2010), two new sculptures by Richard Serra. Serra has pushed the unique sculptural syntax that he developed over the last fifteen years to arrive at entirely new forms in two of his most complex and challenging works to date.

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Sonia Boyce, Network at Peckham Space, London. 

Launch event with the Artist on the 13th of September from 6-8pm. Open from Tuesday till Fri 11am till 5pm, and on Saturday from 11am till 4pm.

Peckham Space presents Network, a specially commissioned film from artist Sonia Boyce, which explores how forms of social communication such as mobile phones and social networking sites like Facebook have become the most popular ways for young people to maintain their relationships with friends and family.

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Julian Charrière, Horizons at Dittrich & Schlechtriem, Berlin. 
Open from Tuesday till Sunday 11am till 6pm. 
Dittrich & Schlechtriem is pleased to announce its inaugural exhibition, HORIZONS, the first solo-exhibition of works by Julian Charrière. Charrière has described HORIZONS as an oasis for urbanites who yearn for a glimpse of nature. It may be suggested, however, that he is exposing the oasis that already surrounds us. It is the revelation of the obscured, a reversal of the illusion: Charrière erases the visible, leaving only the invisible to be seen. In Charrière's works we see time progressing, we see the mountain ranges on our doorstep, we see the forests covering our cities.
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I know about creative block and I know not to call it by name at the Lisson Gallery, Milan. 
Private View on 15th from 6 till 9pm. Open daily from the 16th of September to the 5th of November.
Lisson Gallery Milan is pleased to announce a group show of ten Lisson artists, curated by Ryan Gander. The exhibition marks the opening of Lisson Gallery’s new space in Milan, bringing its international programme directly to the Italian contemporary art scene for the first time. With newly created works by Cory Arcangel, Ryan Gander, Haroon Mirza and Jonathan Monk as well as existing works by Allora & Calzadilla, Art & Language, Gerard Byrne, Spencer Finch, Giulio Paolini and Lawrence Weiner, the exhibition exemplifies the gallery’s cross-generational and innovative programme over its 44-year history.
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