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With summer In full swing, why not take the time to check out what the art world has to offer? Here’s a look at five current displays that are sure to keep your month interesting!

Sculpture in the City

Botanic, Jennifer Steinkamp, 2015-16 

Now celebrating its 9th edition, sculpture in the City has shown over 112 artworks to date.

Take advantage of the sunny weather and wander the City’s public spaces to discover a brand-new selection of artworks by internationally acclaimed and emerging artists.

This year’s offerings include the likes of Do Ho Suh’s ambitious installation, Bridging Home, in which a to-scale replica of the traditional Hankok- style Korean House perches atop of Footway Bridge as if it landed there by fluke. You can also find Jennifer Steinkamp’s Botanic, which is a screening of animated flowers in a constant state of collision, blown by an unseen force.

This brilliant project demands a re-examination of our urban landscape and confronts us with new ways in which we can engage with public spaces.

Showing until: April 2020

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Space Odyssey

Space Odyssey

Space Odyssey, Warrington Museum 

Curated in-house by Roger Jeffrey, Space Odyssey is a visual and immersive exhibition using multiple projectors and unusual ambient sounds.

Warrington has played a significant role in all of Europe’s major space exhibitions for the past four and a half decades. The exhibition features real space hardware including the Solar Array Deployment Arm which has flown on the Hubble Space Telescope and has travelled 2,000,000,000 kilometres around the Earth. Also on display is a rare part of one of the four bi-stem booms that were used on Hubble’s first set of solar arrays; this item has orbited the earth for eight years.

Showing until: 21 September 2019

Location: Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, Bold Street, WA1 1DR

*Please note that the Museum and Library will be closed the first two week of September due to a refurbishment (please see their website for more details).

Space Steps

Space Steps: The Moon and Beyond, The Royal Photographic Society 

Curated by Debbie Ireland, this exhibition recognises the continued importance of space exploration and celebrates the Apollo 11 moon landing and the Gemini space missions through a series of remarkable images captured on film.

Space Steps presents Ascension, an interactive installation by Mexican-British photographer Monica Alcazar-Duarte, exploring how space scientists are engaging in a new space race. This was originally commissioned by Louise Fedotov-Clements, Artistic Director of FORMAT for the Discoveries programme at Les Recontres d’Arles, 2018.

Showing until:  29 September 2019

Location: The Royal Photographic Society, Bristol, BS4 3AR

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BEERS London Summer Marathon 2019

Rosanna LeFeuvre,  In situ July 2019

This revitalised approach to the traditional ‘group show’, presents 7 international artists back-to-back during the summer period. Catch the last three weeks of the Marathon showcasing Rosanna LeFeuvre, who ‘probes the entanglements between photography and textile’, Florence Hutchings, with an exploration of her studios’ paraphernalia and Jordan Kerwick, whose thick applications of paint delve into new dimensions.

Rosanna LeFeuvre: until 4 August
Florence Hutchings: 7 – 11 August
Jordan Kerwick: 14 – 18 August

Location: BEERS London, 1 Baldwin Street, EC1V 9NU

In My Shoes

Sarah Lucas, Self Portrait with Fried Eggs (from Self Portraits series 1990-98), 1996 © the artist / Courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London

This show explores approaches to self-portraiture by British Artists since the 1990s. Encompassing film, photography and sculpture, the exhibition includes works by Tracey Emin, Sarah Lucas, Gavin Turk, Rachel McLean and Bedwyr Williams.

Showing until: 22 September 2019

Location: The Harley Gallery, Nottinghamshire, S80 3LW 

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