Modern Art Oxford: Last Chance Exhibitions + Recommendations

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EXHIBITION: Josh Kline Freedom

Until 18 October 2015
Free Entry

At the centre of Freedom is a major installation from which the exhibition takes its title. Four towering ‘Police Teletubbies’ dressed in SWAT gear guard a space modelled after Zuccotti Park, the privately owned public space in New York City and site of the Occupy Wall Street protest camp in 2011.

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EXHIBITION: Kiki Kogelnik Fly Me to the Moon

Until 18 October 2015
Free Entry

Fly Me to the Moon surveys the diverse practice of Kiki Kogelnik, focusing in particular on the works produced from her time in New York in the 1960s and 1970s.

Throughout her career, Kogelnik employed an exuberant palette, which belied its often apocalyptic subjects; from macabre skulls and severed limbs to disembowelled figures.

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Oxford Art Teach (OAT)- Teacher's Network Evening

TALK & WORKSHOP
Oxford Art Teach (OAT): Teacher’s Network Evening

Fri 9 Oct, 5 – 7.30pm
Tickets £8

An evening of talks, workshops and an exclusive tour of our current exhibitions. The event includes speakers from the National Society for Education in Art & Design, the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford and the Story Museum.

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One Note Forever present Sauna Youth & Mutes & Poledo & Telegrapher

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One Note Forever present Sauna Youth & Mutes & Poledo & Telegrapher

Fri 9 Oct, 7.30 – 11pm
Tickets £6 – £8

London garage-punks Sauna Youth headline a night of thrashy guitar noise at Modern Art Oxford. Support comes from up-and-coming Birmingham noise-rock band Mutes and two of Oxford’s finest exponents of high-octane fuzz: Poledo and Telegrapher.

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EXHIBITION
Young Women’s Music Project: Track Me – Music for Documentary

13 – 18 October 2015
Free Entry

For Film Studio, the Young Women’s Music Project investigate the meaning behind the word privilege. They do so by exploring how creativity and self-destructive behaviour can sometimes go hand in hand.

Young artists from Oxfordshire come together to create a changing wall installation – providing a visual backdrop for the workshops, lectures and recording sessions taking place throughout the week.

The project will culminate in a new film, documenting the installation of the wall, the events and workshops. New pieces of music created by the participants will form a soundtrack to the film. Expect live sampling, lyric writing, beat making, discussions and deep thinking.

For the full programme of events, click here.


Modern Art Oxford Recommends:

OCM presents Collectress

Sat 10 Oct 2015, 7.30pm
£10 (£7 conc.)

Collectress fill their music with stories and pictures, drawing you gently into an eccentric world of experimental chamber music. With a nod to Philip Glass, Bach and John Adams, and improvisers like The Necks and lo-fi chamber groups such as Rachel’s.

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Modern Art Oxford Recommends:

Donald Robertson Is Not A Stand-Up Comedian
At The Northwall

Wed 14 Oct 2015, 8pm
£13 (£5 conc.)

What would you do if everyone in the world hated you? Would you run? Would you fight? Or would you try to make them laugh?

Donald Robertson has no mates and he isn’t funny. But with guidance from his new mentor Gary, he hopes that this is all about to change.

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Lawrence Weiner Within a Realm of Distance

Modern Art Oxford Recommends:

Lawrence Weiner: Within a Realm of Distance

10 Oct – 20 Dec 2015
(Palace, park & gardens ticket required to visit the exhibition)

Blenheim Art Foundation is delighted to announce a new exhibition by American artist and founding figure of Conceptual Art, Lawrence Weiner, to be held at Blenheim Palace.

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