New Exhibitions at Modern Art Oxford

Modern Art Oxford  

EXHIBITION: Josh Kline Freedom

Until 18 October 2015
Free Entry

Visit the first UK solo show for American artist Josh Kline and experience this darkly compelling exhibition.

“From Teletubby riot police to jailed politicians weeping over the war in Iraq, Josh Kline offers a nightmarish dystopia of recent Western folly”. Tim Adams, The Guardian.

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Kiki Kogelnik Fly Me to the Moon

EXHIBITION: Kiki Kogelnik Fly Me to the Moon

Until 18 October 2015
Free Entry

Working in New York in the 1960s, Kiki Kogelnik was a well-known artist and contemporary of figures such as Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. Fly Me to the Moon surveys her diverse practice and includes paintings, sculptures and never-before-seen drawings reflecting the tumult of the Cold War era.

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EXHIBITION- PLATFORM

 

EXHIBITION: PLATFORM

Laurien Ash: Dead End Drive
Until 6 September 2015
Free Entry

Platform is an annual award designed to nurture new artistic talent by selecting and exhibiting work from art school graduates from the south east of England.

Laurien Ash (Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford), creates work that is concerned with the intersection between human experience and technology. For Modern Art Oxford, Ash has created virtual worlds and narratives for the viewer to explore using familiar tools such as a mouse or a screen.

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TALK: Laurien Ash

3 September 2015, 7pm
Free Entry

Join artist Laurien Ash for a discussion on her work in which she creates gaming environments and spaces for exploration.

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Lowws

GIG: ONE NOTE FOREVER RESIDENCY

Lowws + Catalano + Kid Kin + Henry Dartnall DJ set (Young Knives)

1 September 2015, 7.30pm
£6 (£4 concessions), Booking Essential

One Note Forever presents the first of their three-night residency at Modern Art Oxford with an evening of guitar reverb-pop, dreamy electro and shoe-gaze soundscapes from some of Oxford’s best.

Also featuring Henry Dartnall (Young Knives) playing a DJ set between each performance.

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Modern Art Oxford Recommends:

Dancing Lines

4 September – 11 October 2015 at Cornerstone, Oxford

Capturing the energy of live movement, the Dancing Lines artist collective produce work in direct response to Egyptian style belly dancing.  Dancer Aimée Payton has evolved the project through a series of experimental drawing workshops in which artists draw, paint and mark-make to emulate the experience of watching of live dance and the movements made.

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Modern Art Oxford Recommends:

Sender / Empfänger

28 – 30 August 2015 at OVADA, Oxford

Six artists from OVADA visited Galerie Herold, Bremen, Germany, to exhibit new work. Visit OVADA this week to view the works made on the journey between Oxford and Bremen, and during the artists’ exchange visits.

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