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Royal College of Art Degree Show | London

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Opening times:

23 June 2018 to 1 July 2018


Closed 29 June 2018

Sackler Building | Battersea Campus | Howie Street |London SW11 3AN

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Greetings from a Place in my Heart | London

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Greetings from a Place in my Heart
New works by Magdalena Blasinska

Private View: Saturday 18th November 6 – 9pm
Sunday 19th of November 10 – 5pm

Pinch Project Space
60 Bloomsbury Street

UNSHOWABLE/UNTHROWABLE | Hockney Gallery | RCA | London

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Magdalena Blasinska | Rosanna Dean | Lucie de Palau | Russell Terry

Acting on impulses, compelled to ‘realise’ ideas, we leave all kinds of curious fragments in our wake. Our studios are full of remains, mistakes, tests, exercises, spare or abandoned components and by-products of processes. We keep these things (possibly forever) without expecting them to ever leave the studio.
This exhibition presents the ‘work’ of four artists – Oil sketches on found postcards, accidental drawings on cutting boards, spray painted paper that appears like a masking tool, unexpected by-products of printmaking, digital sketches/rejected commissions, etc.
Work is the most important word of this show. That is to say work as activity, which is opposed to or ahead of products. The real work. The things we’re happy to make when no one is looking. Usually unshowable and somehow unthrowable.

Unshowable / unthrowable
26 – 30 October 2017
Private View Thursday 26th October 6-8 pm
Hockney Gallery | RCA | Kensington

Politickle Action / GIF it a rest mate

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7th June 2017
Private View at the Studio RCA Riverlight 7:00 – 8:30pm followed by performances from 8:30 -11:00pm at the Battersea Barge Politickle action
GIF it a rest mate…

Magdalena Blasinska | Yuting Cai | Joel Chan | Alasdair Doyle | Sadie Edginton | Louise Long | Qian Ma | George Rae | Victor Seaward | Russell Terry | Lewk Wilmshurst | George Yarker Exhibition Continues:
8th to the 16th of June 2017

Unit F1 | 1 Riverlight Quay | Nine Elms Lane | London | SW8 5AU

Closest tube/Train: Vauxhall or Battersea Park Station For Politickle action, twelve artists made a GIF in relation to the forthcoming elections. The GIFs will be available to share and download on this page: on the night of the event. StudioRCA Riverlight will host showreels of the works running 24/7 in the space from the 8th to the 15th of June 2017.

Forthcoming Exhibition: A Century of Polish Artists in Britain

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A Century of Polish Artists in Britain
28th June – 17th September 2017

Ben Uri Gallery and Museum
108A Boundary Road

Forthcoming Exhibition: Work in Progress | Royal College of Art | Battersea

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Work in Progress | Royal College of Art
20 January 2017 to 22 January 2017

opening times:
Friday: 12–7pm, Saturday & Sunday: 12–5pm

Sackler Building
14 Howie Street
London SW11 4AY


Admission Free



mirror up to nature | solo exhibition of new works | london

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21 May – 12 June 2016
(Viewing by appointment)

Private View: 20th May 6.30 – 9pm


new publication | A Decade of Change | The Royal Scottish Academy

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I am pleased to announce that my work has been included in a book ‘A DECADE OF CHANGE’ published by The Royal Scottish Academy | Edinburgh | 2015

The publication summarises the last ten years of work of The Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh, Scotland.


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This month I will be leaving my studio to participate in artists’ workshop Popty 2015.

Popty 2015 is an art residency and workshop for twenty international artists from Southern Africa, Wales and the UK. The project brings artist together for two weeks of intensive, residential experimentation and creativity. The artists bring skills and ideas to share while working with unfamiliar materials in unfamiliar ways, prioritising process over product and ultimately working towards an Open Day to show the results of the creative experimentation. Its location is accessible to a wide audience across south west Wales and includes universities with HE and MA art faculties in Swansea, Aberystwyth and Carmarthen.

Popty 2015 workshop is open to visitors from Saturday 17th October, daily from 10am-6pm, until the Open day on Saturday 24th October.
There are two evenings of public slideshow presentations by participating artists:

Wednesday 14th October at Oriel Q Gallery in Narberth
Friday 16th October at Oriel Myrddin Gallery in Carmarthen

The project is supported by Arts Council of Wales and it is a part of Triangular Network.

Shortlisted for Beers Lambert Contemporary Visions V Prize

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