Stan Douglas at Victoria Miro, London

 Victoria Miro is pleased to announce the first gallery exhibition of Canadian artist Stan Douglas. Since the 1980s Stan Douglas has reappropriated key moments from history, precisely examining political, social and racial shifts, in an effort to deconstruct and reimagine their presupposed and foregone outcomes. Douglas appropriates the fantastical and hyper-real from Hollywood; murder mysteries,

Martin Westwood at The Approach, London

The Approach is pleased to announce an exhibition of a new sculptural works by Martin Westwood. Westwood has populated the gallery space with a grouping of sculptures that take as their source material types of superfluous, peripheral objects that are readily found in everyday day life. Plucked from the realms of office industry, commerce and

Andreas Slominski at Sadie Coles, London

Andreas Slominski’s latest show at Sadie Coles HQ centres on a new series of sculptures of flowers. The show’s truncated or “broken” title, Europ, alludes obliquely to the financial cuts and the economic and social unrest around Europe, for which the plucked, fragmentary flowers serve as metaphors. Wrought from metal, the sculptures also replicate the stylised,

Michail Pirgelis at Sprüth Magers, London

Sprüth Magers London is pleased to present ‘Los Angeles’ featuring new work by the German-born, Greek artist Michail Pirgelis in his first solo exhibition in the U.K. A graduate of the prestigious Düsseldorf Academy and former Master student of Rosemarie Trockel, Pirgelis’ artistic practice explores the sculptural possibilities of decommissioned airplane parts. Since 2003, Pirgelis

Aleana Egan at Drawing Room, London

The Drawing Room is delighted to announce Aleana Egan’s first solo exhibition in London. Egan will make a new body of work in response to the architectural space and the immediate environs of the Drawing Room. Drawing forms the starting point of Egan’s work, with a sketchbook providing a repository for the noting down of

José Damasceno at Thomas Dane, London

 Thomas Dane Gallery is pleased to announce ‘Integrated Circuit’, our second exhibition of Brazilian sculptor, José Damasceno, four years after his solo debut in London. Best known for his playful manipulation of diverse materials from the mundane to the classical, he has created a series of sculptures and installations that probe the properties of scale,