Eastside Projects presents the first UK solo show by Amsterdam-based artist Jennifer Tee, including existing sculptures, and a 3.5 metre tall carved marble column that will be a long-term work in the gallery, eventually to be located in a permanent site in the Eastside area.
Ikon Eastside presents Hitchcock Hallway, an installation by Danish artist duo AVPD, whose work typically consists of complex spatial and perceptual experiments that analyse the ways in which people respond to their environments.
Grand Union is proud to present an exhibition of new work by London-based artist Jamie Shovlin. His latest project Hiker Meat examines the degree to which a film director (or artist) has control over their works’ intended message, exploring the inherent tension within any creative endeavour.
An artist’s talk with Jamie Shovlin will take place on 12 November.
While I’m at it, I may as well give a mention to the other exhibitions which have recently opened at Ikon Brindley Place, Kitagawa Utamaro, Donald Judd and Anthony Goicolea, which are also running until 14 November.