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If you were tuned in to Radio 4 between just after New Year you may have heard Emily Young's appearance on Saturday Live. Inbetween discussions on the ramifications of being a sperm donor, Emily talked about the works that she has made for her exhibition at Salisbury Cathedral and how she arrived at creating the work that she does.


Claudia Carr has work in a forthcoming exhibition at Beverley Knowles Fine Art, just off Golborne Rd. Entitled Grove Women, the show opens on January 28th and runs through until February 28th.


The Royal British Society of Sculptors is hosting an exhibition of Sean Henry's work this month at their salon gallery and their sculpture forecourt on Brompton Road. The Salon Gallery show runs from January 21st until January 31st and the Sculpture Forecourt show runs from January 21st through to April 9th.


The London Art Fair happened between January 14th and 18th at the Business Design Centre in Islington. Mary Grant exhibited works with Jill George Gallery, Rachel Schwalm was showing with Beaux Arts.


Darren Almond has work in the Tate Triennial Show, Altermodern, which opens on February 3rd and runs until April 26th. There's a remarkable lack of information about the triennial on the Tate website - but, other artists in the exhibition include Gustav Metzger, Franz Ackermann amd Tacita Dean.

 

The December issue of Creative Review that made it's way into subscriber's hands contained a monograph on Kate Gibb. This monthly production for subscribers to the magazine showcases a personal project or body of work.


Our overseas friends are busy this month - while we have taken to hibernation they are up and about. Kate Banazi has some silkscreen prints in an exhibition at Lamington Drive in Melbourne.

Gabriela Trzebinski has work in a group show at Box 13 Artspace in Houston titled, Disturbance of Distance. She is presenting a video installation examining the struggle against poaching in Africa.

I've been intending to include Katherine Smyth's exhibition in Wellington, NZ for at least the past 2 months and have finally got around to it - admittedly a bit late in the day now. Anyway, back in November last year, Katherine Smyth had an exhibition of new work at the Avid Gallery.


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