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Two shows by two Great Western Artists open on the same night, September 14th. Yukako Shibata (pictured) has a show at the Atrium Gallery at Price Waterhouse, this is Yukako's second solo show and runs until October 27th.

Neal Tait's show 'Now is the discount of our winter tents' at White Cube opens on the same night and runs until October 21st. Neal also has a show at the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens in Belgium which runs concurrently with a Jon Baldessari show until December 3rd. In the meantime Neal will also be taking part in the talks programme at Tate Britain on the evening of Friday October 6th together with Martin Maloney and Charlotte Mullins; the talk is entitled 'Painting and Illusion' and will take place within the Holbein in England exhibition. It is part of the monthly Late at Tate event where exhibitions are half price and a bar serves drinks in the gallery.

Jan Coutts is showing new work in a show at The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, W1. The show opens on September 19th and runs until the 23rd. For more information, opening times etc it's best to check out her website.

Ex Great Western-er Toby Ziegler has a new show of painting and sculpture at the Simon Lee Gallery, it opened last week and runs until October 4th. Another ex-studio holder Gabriela Trzebinski also has a show running at the George Adams Gallery in New York, you can read more about Gabriela's work and see pictures of her new base in Houston here.

Everyone's favourite animator, Gordon Langley, has been hard at work for the past 14 months working on a secret project which is set to be appearing on BBC2 every Saturday morning at 10.30. The show has been 2 years in the making, over which time Gordon has been one of 50 animators working on 52 episodes of the show.

Design Week will soon be upon us. Fromental will be exhibiting at 100% Design in Earl's Court and Bombarock will be showing at No More Grey on Redchurch Street. Also before Design Week comes London Fashion Week and Shöfolk have produced a capsule collection for the design label Berube which will get their catwalk airing on September 20th.  

Lima Hotel can now be bought on line from rockett st george. If you watch Living TV's Britain's Next Top Model closely you may also spot Lima Hotel mirrors on the wall, as well as works by Katherine Lubar, Tommy Penton and Sean Alexander.  

Bestival has just taken place on the Isle of Wight and Folk linked up with the Bestival team to provide some specific merchandise. The limited edition knitwear can still be purchased online, and you can find the link in this website.  

Dan Hopwood has recently completed the design of a suite at the Berkeley Hotel, if funds prohibit you from booking the suite for a night - the image to the right provides a preview of what you might be missing.

The Bahamas host two events featuring Great Western artists this month. The National Gallery of the Bahamas is exhibiting Blue Curry's work in the exhibition Funky Nassau: Recovering an Identity, and Lynn Parotti (pictured) has work in another show in Nassau at Popop Studios, where she will be exhibiting the work below.

Finally a bit of news that you may, or may not, want to take with a pinch of salt: Will Borrell is the subject of a bidding war between Sony and Universal. Don't say you weren't warned!  


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