PICK OF THE WEEK

Posted by Charlotte Broomfield on 01st July 2013

STURTEVANT @ THE SERPENTINE

Elaine Sturtevant's Leaps Jumps and Bumps opened last week and we can't wait to take a look. Sturtevant is best known for her replication of other artists, with the relationship between repetition and difference central to her thinking. Leaps Jumps and Bumps will showcase Sturtevant's work since the 1970s, including core works that demonstrate the wide variety of media she has embraced. The exhibition is showing until 26th August and admission is free.

Foucault Fold 2006 Photograph: Loren Muzzey

Foucalt Fold 2006, Photograph: Loren Muzzey

STEPHEN WALTER PREVIEW SHOW @ LONDONEWCASTLE PROJECT SPACE, REDCHURCH STREET

Our partners Tag Fine Arts present Stephen Walter's Anthropocene exhibition at the Londonewcastle Project space in Redchurch Street, Shoreditch. The exhibition will showcase Walter's drawings, photographs and prints from the last four years, including his iconic London maps, The Island and London Subterranea. The actual exhibition opens July 3rd however register and attend here if you want to attend the preview show that we'll be going to on July 2nd.

Subterranea, Stephen Walter

Subterranea, Stephen Walter

EDUARDO PAOLOZZI @ PALLANT HOUSE GALLERY

Also debuting this week is Eduardo Paolozzi's  Collaging Culture at the Pallant House Gallery. Sir Eduardo Paolozzi RA was one of the most inventive British artists to come to prominence after the Second World War. Although he was best-known as a sculptor, this fascinating book reveals the extraordinary versatility of Paolozzi's approach to making art, including printmaking, drawing, textiles, ceramics, jewellery! The exhibition runs from July 6th to October 14th. Adult tickets cost £9 and can be bought here.

Eduardo Paolozzi: Collaging Culture Front Cover

Eduardo Paolozzi, Collaging Culture

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