In the coming week there is:
<h6><span style=”color: #7b68aa;”>We have rounded up a selection of upcoming shows for you to see brought to you in a regular weekly snapshot</span></h6>
<address> </address><address>In the coming week there is:</address><address> </address><span style=”color: #7b68aa;”>Carsten Nicolai & The Vinyl Factory Present: Unicolor</span>
Brewer Street Car Park
Opening 24 June – 2 August 2015
This large scale installation continues Carsten Nicolai’s fascination with the boundaries between audio and visual art forms. It is presented in the form of a wide-scale panoramic wavelengths of blue, red, green and grey through to infinity. The viewer is confronted with a visceral expanse of colour and sound that tests the limits of perception.
<strong><a href=”http://www.thevinylfactory.com/vinyl-factory-exhibitions/carsten-nicolai-the-vinyl-factory-present-unicolor-an-immersive-installation-at-brewer-street-car-park-24-june-2-august/” target=”_blank”>http://www.thevinylfactory.com/vinyl-factory-exhibitions/carsten-nicolai-the-vinyl-factory-present-unicolor-an-immersive-installation-at-brewer-street-car-park-24-june-2-august/</a></strong>
Brewer Street Car Park Top Floor
<span style=”color: #7b68aa;”>Yto Barrada: Faux Guide</span>
Opening 26 June – 8 August 2015
Faux Guide is an exhibition of new work by Moroccan artist Yto Barrada. It delves into Barrada’s research on Moroccan fossils and dinosaurs, museology and natural history in Morocco. She studies the notions of the imprint, the trace, the archive and the industries that drive them. The show includes photographs of dinosaur footprints, children’s toys from the 1930s and Berber carpets.
<strong><a href=”http://www.pacegallery.com/london/exhibitions/12748/faux-guide” target=”_blank”>http://www.pacegallery.com/london/exhibitions/12748/faux-guide</a></strong>
6 Burlington Gardens
<span style=”color: #7b68aa;”>The Unbearable Lightness of Being</span>
Opening 11 June – 31 August 2015
Bringing together four artists from the Middle East and North Africa, this exhibition explores the relationship between memory, home and identity. Expressed through the medium of photography, each artist delves into their personal history, revisiting family traditions, trade and cultural relations.
<strong><a href=”http://www.yaygallery.com/en/exhibitions/the-unbearable-lightness-of-being-group-exhibition-in-collaboration-with-cu” target=”_blank”>http://www.yaygallery.com/en/exhibitions/the-unbearable-lightness-of-being-group-exhibition-in-collaboration-with-cu</a></strong>
5 Kichik Qala Street
<span style=”color: #7b68aa;”>Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon</span>
National Portrait Gallery
Opening 2 July – 18 October 2015
This photographic exhibition illustrates the life of actress and fashion icon Audrey Hepburn. Hepburn is considered as one of the world’s most photographed and recognizable stars. The show displays over seventy images which define Hepburn’s iconography, including classic and rarely seen prints from leading twentieth-century photographers such as Richard Avedon, Terry O’Neill and Norman Parkinson. Alongside the photographs are an array of vintage magazine covers, film stills and extraordinary archival material, offering a fuller and more captivating story.
<strong><a href=”http://www.npg.org.uk/whatson/hepburn/home.php” target=”_blank”>http://www.npg.org.uk/whatson/hepburn/home.php</a></strong>
National Portrait Gallery
St Martin’s Place
<span style=”color: #7b68aa;”>Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World</span>
Opening 24 June – 25 October 2015
This exhibition presents Hepworth in a broad light and spans her whole career. Her work touched upon abstract forms in the 1930s, where eafter her move to Cornwall, U.K, Hepworth began to respond more explicitly to the experience of her new landscape. The exhibition offers fresh ways of thinking about her art, including an understanding of the different spaces in which Hepworth presented her work. Alongside her sculptures, the show features fascinating photographs that have never been seen before in public, rarely seen textiles, collages, films and selected works by her peers.
<strong><a href=”http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/barbara-hepworth-sculpture-modern-world” target=”_blank”>http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/barbara-hepworth-sculpture-modern-world</a></strong>
<span style=”color: #7b68aa;”>Indigenous Australia: Enduring Civilisation</span>
The British Museum
Opening 23 April – 2 August 2015
This is the first major exhibition in the UK to present a history of Indigenous Australia. Through objects drawn from the British Museum’s unparalleled collection, many of which were collected in the early colonial period (1770-1850) and have never been on display to the public before. The exhibition includes important loans from Australian museums and specially commissioned artworks. Enduring Civilisations looks at one of the oldest cultures in the world which has continued for over 60,00 years. The show also features the oldest continuing art traditions – Aboriginal Art.
<strong><a href=”http://www.britishmuseum.org/whats_on/exhibitions/indigenous_australia.aspx” target=”_blank”>http://www.britishmuseum.org/whats_on/exhibitions/indigenous_australia.aspx</a></strong>
The British Museum
Great Russell Street