Sculpture
May
31
to 23 Aug

Sculpture

This summer, Gagosian will present new works by Michael Craig-Martin in their Britannia Street gallery. This is the first time his sculptures have been shown indoors, and the first time they have been exhibited as a group in London.

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The George Michael Collection
Mar
11
to 15 Mar

The George Michael Collection

The George Michael Collection Auction presents over 150 works from the legendary recording artist’s private collection. The collection represents a unique dialogue between George Michael and his British contemporaries in the visual arts, with highlights including works by Michael Craig-Martin, Tracey Emin, Jake and Dinos Chapman and Matt Collishaw.

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Present Sense
Jan
29
to 25 Apr

Present Sense

In 2019, The Gallery at Windsor will present the most comprehensive exhibition of Michael Craig-Martin’s work in the Unites States to date. Comprising more than 30 paintings, sculptures and prints, the exhibition entitled, Present Sense is the second annual exhibition at Windsor in a three-year collaboration with the Royal Academy of Arts (RA), London.

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Quotidian
Oct
4
to 17 Oct

Quotidian

The Alan Cristea Gallery presents Quotidian an exhibition of new editions, including screen, digital, and relief prints, laser etched panels, and tape drawings by Michael Craig-Martin.

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Folkestone Triennial
Sep
2
to 5 Oct

Folkestone Triennial

  • 3-7 Tontine Street Folkestone, England, CT20 United Kingdom (map)
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Folkestone Lightbulb stands over the junction of the two most important streets in Folkestone’s old town: the Old High Street and Tontine Street, at the gateway to the Creative Quarter.

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ArtZuid International Sculpture Route
May
22
to 22 Sep

ArtZuid International Sculpture Route

ArtZuid 2015 is the fourth edition of the biennial sculpture festival in Amsterdam. Curated by Rudi Fuchs of the Stedelijk Museum, the festival will feature 18 'stages' throughout the open spaces of the city. Participating artists will arrange monumental sculptures over the stages.

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